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Last time on EDQ, thread died because my laptop broke and I lacked a way to post without mobile cancer posting.

Money.

Carnage.

Reading that book of poems Charlemagne got you for your 27th birthday.

All of these are the things you think about while curled up on the bed, sorely missing your powerful dragon form while dealing with these uneducated cretins.

And you are particularly angered, as in the great battle against the pirates, you broke down and decided to stay in your bedroom. Which has led to the fleet's failure, as you hide and consider your options as the pirates scour the ships for survivors as you think.

God, why did you leave home? At least there you were comforted by your husband, had a nice pile of money, and didn't have to worry about pirates of all things.

What do you want to do as Elizabeth anons?

>Hide! You aren't strong enough to take on the pirates.
>You know what? You'll take them on. All of them. Attack!
>You know what you have? Psionics, charm, and most of all, a civilized and modern education. Perhaps you can persuade these pirates to work for you somehow...
>...Disguise yourself as a pirate. The British have a long lineage of proud privateers and pirates you can be proud to take inspiration from!
>Shapshift!
>>
>You know what you have? Psionics, charm, and most of all, a civilized and modern education. Perhaps you can persuade these pirates to work for you somehow...
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>>2136025
>>You know what you have? Psionics, charm, and most of all, a civilized and modern education. Perhaps you can persuade these pirates to work for you somehow...
>>
You of course, decide to come up with a plan somehow...

What do you want to focus on?

>Try to charm the convincing officers!
>Try to charm the pirates themselves! (Very Hard!)
>Try to lure them one at a time back here...
>Try to use your pheromones!
>Cast a spell!
>Cast veil to appear as a pirate temporarily!
>>
>>2137463
>>Try to charm the pirates themselves! (Very Hard!)
>>
Roll me a 1d20+5 anon.

+3 for ideas on how to use your magic or psionics to get the edge.
+2 for ideas on how to mass charm them.
>>
Rolled 11 + 10 (1d20 + 10)

>>2137496
>Elizabeth has an idea, a particulate idea for they have a weakness quite exploitable, a desire for grog and booty
>She has to be quick and careful or the end of a blade shall rend her head
>Elizabeth picks up a random charm in an attempt to gain attention of one of the pirates, her mind lashing out into his to figure out his desires
>Once successful, she has the pirate take her to the rest of the crew
"I have delights and treasures of all kinds, but only those that give me their minds...."
>she begins to use magic, and psionics to her advantage and finally tops it off with her servile pheromones.
>>
Allowing a samefag for trying to either use more magic, or more arguments that they should just give up to her wiles...
>>
Rolled 13 + 12 (1d20 + 12)

>>2137532
>Elizabeth uses Major Image to contour a giant pile of gold
"Look how it sparkles, and how it glitters. You know, it's a girls best friend. Don't you get sick of being carried in seasalt breeze, or never haven enough to eat? Stick with me. and you'll never go hungry again."
>she saunters between each pirate, rubbing them to scent them with herself
>>
Ooh, both. Success.

13+12=15

Your wiles are enough to entice a few of the pirates to come back to the kitchen, where you begin to seduce them with promises of gold, company, and good food...

It takes about three hours to get a sizable amount of the crew, who seems a bit weirded out at the lack of their comrade's presence...

You have about 30% of the pirates charmed.

What do?

>Send the charmed pirates out to mingle and lower suspicion of their disappearance. (You might lose some of the charmed pirates, however.)
>...Keep mind charming them.
>Reveal your presence and begin the coup!
>Write-in
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>>2137578
>>...Keep mind charming them.
just a tad more.
>>
Roll me a 1d20+5 for further charming anon.

+4 for further creative ideas on charming.
+2 for encouraging loyalty among the charmed pirates... (+1 for finding another way to magically keep them charmed.)

If everything's done decently, autosuccess.
>>
Rolled 14 + 11 (1d20 + 11)

>>2137693
>Elizabeth prepares to further allure the seamen
>seamen, hehehehe, she giggles to herself
>she drags the pirates below while the others loot the ship
"So here's what we're gonna do, Henrik, you're going to go into the stowaway and begin looking around. Frederick, you're going to go give the first mate a round and keep him busy, mean while. I'm going to take the rest of our lovelies and have a fine speech while our dear helmsman brings out the grog.
>Which will be tainted by the power of Elizabeth, she seeks to corrupt them from with in
"Now, let's go you buccaneers."
>perhaps losing the battle wasn't the first thing, thought Liz.
>>
Rolled 7 + 5 (1d20 + 5)

>>2137693

DARK GODS GRANT ME A 20
>>
Do anons want to spike the drinks?

>Yes. (Specify with what.)
>No.
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>>2137800
>>Yes. (Specify with what.)
D. All of the Above.
>>
You decide to throw in whatever you can find.

Roll me a 1d20 for whatever the fuck you end up with.

+2 for thinking about the desired effects you want out of this.
+1 for of course, thinking how to deal with the rest of the pirate ships, and of course, being angry at yourself for falling prey to emotion rather then getting the job done.
>>
Rolled 19 + 3 (1d20 + 3)

>>2137856
>Liz mixes in a variety of citrus based fruits. Vitamin C would be the power over these pirates, less scurvy take them.
>Though Liz can't synthesize much from what's around, she hopes that inbirated pirates would be far easier to manage and sway
>though she's unsure how to deal with the other ships
>Perhaps she should target the captains of the other ships. Perhaps she should never have been in this situation. But she mustn't dwell on it.
>>
Very successful in making some homemade juice, she spikes a bit of the pirate's drinks with Vitamin C, as she cares just that much. Of course, the alcoholic drinks take on a good, fruity flavor, and she passes them out to the crew...

Now of course, with over 60% of the crew following her whims, the rest should fall into line at your speech quite easily...

Of course, you hear some yelling. You poke out to see the captain demanding to know why his men are passing out drinks when they aren't even to port yet...

Hm.

If he's not taken care of, this plan might go to shit...

>Reveal yourself!
>Shapeshift!
>Psionically mess with him! (Hard)
>Cast a spell... Perhaps you can get the crew to think he's a monster via casting a forced mutation on him, or even just cause him to hallucinate...
>Have your charmed crew deal with him...
>Lure him over... And deal with him. For good.
>Write-in
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>>2137913
>>Psionically mess with him! (Hard)
>>
>>2137913
>Psionically mess with him! (Hard)
>>
Roll me a 1d20+5 anons.

+3 for psionically influencing his thoughts to be attracted towards you.
+2 for of course, also using one of your magic spells to entice him further?
+2 for being very assertive, queenly, and dominant with him... You are after all, a Queen.
>>
Rolled 15 + 5 (1d20 + 5)

>>2138006
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Rolled 16 + 12 (1d20 + 12)

>>2138006
>>
16+12=28

You of course, manage to get into his mind with a bit of difficulty... Soon enough, like the others, he's completely charmed, though he does put up a fair amount of resistance...

You have successfully charmed the entire crew...

What do you want to do?

>...Have them annoit you as captain, of course... The old captain is no longer neccessary.
>Control everything from the shadows...
>...Muahahaha... Use your captain as a puppet. Perhaps you can get a meeting of these fleet's collective captains and subject them all to your will... (...Try to charm the fleet's captains!)
>...Get them to sail you back to Athens, of course.
>Write-in
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>>2138140
>>...Have them annoit you as captain, of course... The old captain is no longer neccessary.
>>
>>2138140
>...Have them annoit you as captain, of course... The old captain is no longer neccessary.
>>
Of course, you push the captain to give you full authority over the ship. It's not hard at all, and he demotes himself to your "first mate".

As if. You demote him all the way back down to crewman.

Now of course, what should be your first action on your newly acquired trireme?

You have a crew of 80 out of 140.
You have about 15% hull damage, with 30% sail damage.
You have enough food for a month's journey.
Your crew is loyal, but lacks any discipline.

>Rename it!
>Try to discipline the pirates. You'll make this ship exemplary! A shining example of the Royal Navy, with you as her captain...
>Sail somewhere (The other pirate ships might get suspicious.) (You can sail to the pirate's fortress, to Athens, or elsewhere.)
>Make a plot to take control over the rest of the pirates...
>Well... You are indeed a pirate now... So why don't you get into the habit of being like one? It could be rather fun.
>...See about actually preforming some piracy. You could do rather well!
>Write-in
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>>2138215
>Make a plot to take control over the rest of the pirates...
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>>2138233
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You of course, come up with a plot...

What do?

>Incriminate the fleet's captains as monsters, traitors, or whatever you can think of.
>Charm the captains all at once...
>Write-in for ideas. (Good enough ideas might just result in a free upgrade of Webweaver..)
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>>2138302
>>Write-in for ideas. (Good enough ideas might just result in a free upgrade of Webweaver..)
Take in a rotation of he said she saids. Have the first captain tell the helmsman who tells the quartermaster and rearange the orientation of all of the ships crew. And do this in such a way that each captain is exactly where you want them to be for mind control.
>>
You attempt to rely on logistical confusion...

Roll me a 1d20+7 to see how well this plan goes.

+3 for ideas on how to charm the captains quickly, and without much effort.
+1 for of course, thinking ambitiously about what to do with an entire flotilla of pirates under your control...
>>
Rolled 9 + 11 (1d20 + 11)

>>2138310
>While the officers are off to cause much social dismay, Liz thinks of how to charm the captains, they were a salty lot and not ones whom haven't seen the charms of sirens and wily women, she'd have to be quick to make her way, perhaps she can cast them in a way that traps them without response, perhaps a quick kiss or sultry tone, then, then she could unleash her pirate armada
>>
Allowing samefagging for ambitious, greedy, and slightly egotistical thoughts about having your very own pirate armada in order to encourage yourself to work twice as hard.

Bonus if you can think how Ren might also enjoy having some pirates? They're sort of his type to hang around with, right?
>>
Rolled 14 + 12 (1d20 + 12)

>>2138345
>Liz dotes on the idea of her lost fleet, but what is a fleet to an armada, to an empire?! She could rule the seas once more being the saltiest sea dog.
>And Ren loves to play with his privates, I mean, he loves to play with pirates
>>
Choose one thing to upgrade for Liz's webweaver.

>Frequency (Once per week, rather then once per month.)
>Scope (Elizabeth's plots can take on an even grander form, allowing for full diplomatic annexation of moderate-sized countries, such as Poland or Mexico.)
>Effectiveness (Elizabeth's webweaver plots are now practically guaranteed, with a refund if the plot fails.)
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>>2138382
>>Scope (Elizabeth's plots can take on an even grander form, allowing for full diplomatic annexation of moderate-sized countries, such as Poland or Mexico.)
>>
You now have an even greater scope with Webweaver plots...

Elizabeth has managed to get 8 out of the 20 captains on her side, the rest having started growing suspicious of the strange behaviors of some of their men, frequently coming onto your boat, hoping to get a look at you or simply to talk, or otherwise be in your presence...

Roll me a 1d20+3 to see if you can keep the charmed suspicious behavior in check.

+3 for either threatening the charmed, convicing them, or bribing them and trying to cut out their behavior.
+2 for of course, getting your own ego up a bit.

If everything's done, autosuccess.
>>
Rolled 3 + 8 (1d20 + 8)

>>2138407
>Liz detests the idea of having to tell her subjects to stop visiting her, but it seems that this would have to cease. She orders them all in a line and gives them a long speech about containing their selves. Holding it all in. or else there won't be enough to go around. Perhaps a bitch harsh for both parties.
>>
Allowing samefagging for of course, continuing the ego train, and pointing out why it isn't good to constantly seek her attention.
>>
Rolled 19 + 12 (1d20 + 12)

>>2138450
>Just a little bit of patience means that she can have a whole fleet pampering her as a queen
"Now, now, now, I need my beuity sleep. you wouldn't like me when I don't get it."
>>
Rolled 7 + 8 (1d20 + 8)

>>2138407

>"Now now men, I know that you might want to spend more time with me, but your captains haven't quite seen the light yet, and if you keep up this frequency, they'll try to stop you entirely. Now, you know what you have to do. Yes, yes, it's bide your time and wait patiently until it's time to leave with me."
>"It's so nice to know that I'm still both desired and desirable. I've still got it!"
>>
19+12=31

Elizabeth gets the pirates to knock it off, and turns her attention to the rest of the captains, now suspicious of what might be going on...

Elizabeth continues her plan...

By the end of the day, 14 out of 20 captains belong to her and her charms, and the last few captains seem to be growing increasingly suspicious...

Roll me a 1d20+4 for converting the last few remnants of the fleet...

+3 for of course, getting a bit more brash and bold with your "conversion" of the captains. Most of their crews love you anyways, as it is.
+2 for otherwise making preparations for the crew to treat you like a queen... A proper, draconic queen.
+1 for also boosting the crew's morale in this final struggle of converting their fellows. They should understand the necessaries that this brings, of course.
>>
Rolled 17 + 9 (1d20 + 9)

>>2138462
>At this point, it matters not if the other captains know of Liz's actions or not. The only to save there crew is to purge them. The unwilling will come to her in time. Soon it will be that if they don't join her, they will go into the drink.
>Liz walks around on ships she doesn't belong looking up and down at them, looking for which one would make for a fine boat. The biggest mast, bow, and a fine chair to command from.
>>
Elizabeth practically converts the entire armada to her... There's likely to be a few stragglers among the crew, but no doubt remains that all the captains are now of course, under your domain...

What is your first action?

>Come up with your goal... (Amass a massive fleet, gain an absurd amount of wealth, take control of Greece, or find your husband.)
>Give yourself a fancy title?
>Find a flagship...
>...Settle the debate if you'll be a pirate, or a legitimate captain. (Choose to either take a life a crime, or try to become legitimate.)
>Try to get the crew used to your... Other forms, it'll make life much easier.
>...Well, you already look akin to Helen of Troy... Perhaps you should crown yourself the Queen of the Pirates, or something along those lines... (Attempt to declare yourself the queen of pirates?)
>Write-in

Also, specify a form to upgrade.

>Specify Form
>>
>>2138475

>Come up with your goal... (Amass a massive fleet, gain an absurd amount of wealth, take control of Greece, or find your husband.)

Half-Dragon
>>
>>2138476
Could you specify or make up a goal?
>>
>>2138479

Gain an absurd amount of wealth while finding our husband.
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>>2138475
>>Come up with your goal... (Amass a massive fleet, gain an absurd amount of wealth, take control of Greece, or find your husband.)
Obtain an artifact, perhaps expand our Byzantine powers.
Dragon
>>
You of course, set your new goal to be gaining an absurd amount of wealth while finding your husband...

Now of course, for upgrades for half-dragon form.

>Winged (Elizabeth's half-dragon form gets stubby wings, allowing her to drift. It will not let her fly, however. +1 Agility)
>Resistant (Insert Element) While in Half-Dragon Form, anons can choose an element to become Resistant to, such as Fire, Lightning, etc.)
>Enhanced Mutation (Choose a mutation to become Enhanced in Elizabeth's half-dragon form. While in half-dragon form, it becomes better.)
>Aerial Assault (When above an enemy, or otherwise looking down at them, Elizabeth's damage and to-hit is doubled. This applies even with ranged weapons.)
>Commanding (Upgrade to Assertive) While in Half-Dragon Form, Elizabeth becomes quite commanding, and finds it easier to tell people to do something or otherwise follow her orders, and to stick up for herself. She gets a +2 to Intimidation as well.)
>Aura of Mending (Elizabeth's half-dragon form has a passive heal on it, regenerating health slowly in combat. This can be upgraded.)
>Specify another race
>>
>>2138489
>>Commanding (Upgrade to Assertive) While in Half-Dragon Form, Elizabeth becomes quite commanding, and finds it easier to tell people to do something or otherwise follow her orders, and to stick up for herself. She gets a +2 to Intimidation as well.)
>>
>>2138489

>Aerial Assault (When above an enemy, or otherwise looking down at them, Elizabeth's damage and to-hit is doubled. This applies even with ranged weapons.)
>>
Rolled 2 (1d2)

Rolling

1=Commanding
2=Aerial Assault
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Elizabeth now is more effective on heights.

Of course, Elizabeth begins to choose her flagship...

>The Lesbos (Largest ship, holds 220 men, and has 20% damage to sails and hull. Is quite slow. Armed with two Scorpio ballistas and a small onager.)
>Holkos (Moderate ship. Holds 140 men, has 30% damage to hull and 10% damage to it's sails, moderate speed. Uses two a Scorpio Balistia.)
>The Paralus (Small ship, holds 100 men, has 50% damage to it's hull, but had no damage to it's sails. Is extremely fast. Uses archers.)

Also, what preferred form would you like to be in while as captain?
>>
>>2138508

>Holkos (Moderate ship. Holds 140 men, has 30% damage to hull and 10% damage to it's sails, moderate speed. Uses two a Scorpio Balistia.)
>>
>>2138508
>>Holkos (Moderate ship. Holds 140 men, has 30% damage to hull and 10% damage to it's sails, moderate speed. Uses two a Scorpio Balistia.)
human
>>
Holkos it is, and human it is too.

You of course, begin to set up your flagship as the Holkos...

Two interesting questions come to mind...

How will you demand you be treated as?

>As a practical queen! (Elizabeth will greatly enjoy this and upgrades will come much faster... Not to mention you'll have a fancy as fuck place, but the crew won't exactly like having to basically be your servants... Unless you wanted slaves that is.)
>As their superior captain. (Normal.)
>As their equal. (You'll practically live with the pirates, as disgusting as it might sound. Though it surely won't be hygienic, the pirates might appreciate it. Liz's ego might suffer a bit though, along with upgrade speed.)

How should you distribute your wealth in the fleet?

>Hoard Mode (Elizabeth's wealth is all in her private chambers or a designated treasure ship. This might end up weighing the ship down, but at the very least, Liz will like this. Upgrades will come faster, but the crew will be quite grouchy about having to put all their loot on one ship that can just run off...)
>Distributed (Each ship carries a portion of the fleet's gold. This tends to cause the pirates to feel a bit secure in knowing they have a bit of wealth, but be warned, if a ship sinks or is captured, you lose a portion of the fleet's wealth, and by extension, Elizabeth's wealth! Note, that Liz won't exactly like this.)

Lastly...

Pay? (Current Gold: 15,000)

>Yes. Of course you'll pay them. (...This of course, will result in Liz having to pay them. This is about 5000 gold per month.)
>No, your affection is enough. (Pirates, unless severely charmed or otherwised inducted into an absolute cult of personality, will get very, very grouchy.)
>>
>>2138517
>>As a practical queen! (Elizabeth will greatly enjoy this and upgrades will come much faster... Not to mention you'll have a fancy as fuck place, but the crew won't exactly like having to basically be your servants... Unless you wanted slaves that is.)
>>2138517
>>Distributed (Each ship carries a portion of the fleet's gold. This tends to cause the pirates to feel a bit secure in knowing they have a bit of wealth, but be warned, if a ship sinks or is captured, you lose a portion of the fleet's wealth, and by extension, Elizabeth's wealth! Note, that Liz won't exactly like this.)
>>2138517
>>Yes. Of course you'll pay them. (...This of course, will result in Liz having to pay them. This is about 5000 gold per month.)
>>
>>2138517

>As a practical queen! (Elizabeth will greatly enjoy this and upgrades will come much faster... Not to mention you'll have a fancy as fuck place, but the crew won't exactly like having to basically be your servants... Unless you wanted slaves that is.)
Pirate Queen or bust

>Distributed (Each ship carries a portion of the fleet's gold. This tends to cause the pirates to feel a bit secure in knowing they have a bit of wealth, but be warned, if a ship sinks or is captured, you lose a portion of the fleet's wealth, and by extension, Elizabeth's wealth! Note, that Liz won't exactly like this.)

>Yes. Of course you'll pay them. (...This of course, will result in Liz having to pay them. This is about 5000 gold per month.)
Pay them, because if we don't, we'll have a revolt later.
>>
Of course, you make reservations for... Oh, most of the ship to become your personal lair... Floating, lair.

You'd greatly prefer solid ground, honestly.

Elizabeth, due to being a green dragon, will get the most out of her lair if it reminds her of land, ore, minerals, and other nature related things...

Now of course, what to have in your flagship...

You have room for 3 things. A large ship has enough for 4, and a small ship for 2.

>An alchemy lab.
>An armory and barracks for your most dedicated fighters. (You'll be able to recruit special infantry, about 30 per space.)
>A siege weapon. (You'll need to make or buy one.)
>A carpentry workshop. (You can make repairs at sea far easier, along with construct things, or even renovate the ship at some point.)
>The Brig (Hold prisoners and rowdy crewmembers. Improves discipline a bit.)
>Latrines (Basic hygiene! Not to mention of course, a good way to start introducing plumbing to the ship... Prevents disease.)
>Expand Liz's Quarters (Expands Elizabeth's quarters. Simply boosts her rate of upgrades, and personal satisifaction with the ship.)
>Bar (Improve the crew's morale and happiness with a dedicated bar! Really hurts discipline however.)
>Personal Shrine (...What? Having a shrine dedicated to oneself? Awfully dragony... Of course you wouldn't have one officially... The pirates would set one up for you. Helps enforce a cult of personality among the pirates, if you so desire starting a cult to yourself... Though expect none of them to leap at it.)
>Chapel (...You know, you're a good honest Christian, and by God, your men should follow suit. (Convert your crew to Chrisitanity, and make Liz happy at having a chapel on her ship.)
>Put it off... You can decide later.
>Write-in
>>
>>2138527
>>An armory and barracks for your most dedicated fighters. (You'll be able to recruit special infantry, about 30 per space.)
>>2138527
>>The Brig (Hold prisoners and rowdy crewmembers. Improves discipline a bit.)
>>2138527
>>Chapel (...You know, you're a good honest Christian, and by God, your men should follow suit. (Convert your crew to Chrisitanity, and make Liz happy at having a chapel on her ship.)
>>
Elizabeth orders an armory, a brig, and a chapel to be built on board...

Now for the final question...

Will you reveal your draconic presence, or keep it hidden?

>Keep it hidden.
>Reveal it ONLY to the captains.
>Reveal it.
>Hint at it, maybe.
>>
>>2138535

>Hint at it, maybe.

Gotta wait for the most dramatic, clutch moment before we do the Big Reveal.
>>
You decide to keep it on the down low, and hint at it. Mostly by using your dragonblood form.

Now of course...You have your first challenge.

Some of the ship's crew is already suspicious of some would-be mutineers in some of the crews, who haven't exactly caught onto your charms... Of course, you likely have nothing to fear, but still...

What to do with the remnants?

>...Offer them pardons if they come out and submit to your charms...
>...Ignore them, they'll simply just not see you in your full glory, of course.
>...Actively call rank. You'll leave no threat left to linger...
>...Order the personal meeting of any would-be mutineers, for "re-education" so to speak.
>...Order execution of any mutineers found conspiring.
>Write-in

The projected remnant mutineer strength is at 5%, it's practically harmless unless they get too close to you.
>>
>>2138539

>...Offer them pardons if they come out and submit to your charms...

They'll submit willingly, or we'll use harsher methods.
>>
Roll me a 1d20+4 to see if you can get the remnants to come out of hiding and willingly surrender...

+3 for ideas on how to get the last few remnants out of hiding... And of course, make it worth their while to give up some of the free will. Partially, of course.
+2 for of course, alluding to threats or otherwise threatening them.
+1 for also making them serving you sound pleasant, and good.
>>
Rolled 11 + 4 (1d20 + 4)

>>2138548
>>
Rolled 5 + 10 (1d20 + 10)

>>2138548

>Offer a special dinner for those who would like to talk about the current management, where Liz will hear out the 'concerns' and be more willing to 'accommodate' some of the ideas, if the ideas are sound.
>Of course, if they refuse the dinner invitation, then anyone who won't swear an oath of loyalty is going to be in for some....unsavory tasks. Unpleasant activities. Scrubbing the barnacles off the bottom of the boat as they're being keelhauled. That kind of thing.
>It's far better to work for me than for anyone else anyway. With competitive wages, good food, warm lodgings, and a caring boss, what more could you want?
>>
Allowing a samefagging for ideas on other ways to convert the remnants.
>>
Rolled 20 + 10 (1d20 + 10)

>>2138573

>Offer a bit of power and autonomy to those willing to bend the knee to us.
>Offer the opportunity to leave us at next port if they are quiet and simply work until we hit port. No hard feelings, assuming they don't plan a betrayal and tell no one of our activities.
>>
Welp... Erh.

Choose one.

>Upgrade a form!
>Liz gets the entire crew converted, AND more loyal to her.
>Liz starts to get tribute from non-charmed? (Non-charmed crew members of your ship pay you to not brain-wash them, basically. This will reduce ship income.)
>Write-in
>>
>>2138581

>Upgrade a form!
>>
>>2138584

Half-dragon form, specifically
>>
Choose one.

>Mentor (Elizabeth becomes exceedingly good in all forms at mentoring and teaching people, though has a habit of getting too involved in a subject. If she tutors someone, even Ren, they'll learn something twice as fast then usual.)
>Healing Hands (Elizabeth can slowly heal surface wounds via touch.)
>Eye for Aesthetic (All Forms. Elizabeth's lair becomes noticeably better looking, organized, and has a habit of sprucing places up and spending a bit more for aesthetic's sake. She does however, grant a small happiness boost to anyone dwelling in her lair, such as Ren, or any place she spruces up. Additionally, chances for diseases go down slightly when she's around and tidying up.)
>Draconic Adept (Elizabeth's spells become more powerful and drain less energy when in a draconic form, and especially in Half-Dragon form.)
>Mirage (When in Half-Dragon form, Elizabeth has a "Mirage" casted over her, making weak-willed and unperceptive people believe she looks human. Charmed allies will have an even smaller chance of noticing, about half as much.)
>Savant (When in Half-Dragon form, choose one thing to be an expert at doing. This grants you a +5 whenever doing that specific action.)
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>>2138594
>Eye for Aesthetic (All Forms. Elizabeth's lair becomes noticeably better looking, organized, and has a habit of sprucing places up and spending a bit more for aesthetic's sake. She does however, grant a small happiness boost to anyone dwelling in her lair, such as Ren, or any place she spruces up. Additionally, chances for diseases go down slightly when she's around and tidying up.)
A E S T H E T I C
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>>2138594

>Draconic Adept (Elizabeth's spells become more powerful and drain less energy when in a draconic form, and especially in Half-Dragon form.)
>>
Switch to mentor
>>
Going to wait until everyone comes to an agreement. Gotta take a bus.
>>
Rolled 1 (1d2)

Alright, going to roll for this.

1=Draconic Adept
2=Mentor
>>
Elizabeth is now a Draconic Adept.

Choose one spell in particular to become 3x better at.

>Hallucinate: This spell may be cast at any group or individual within 50 feet of the caster.
>Destroy Illusions: When this spell is cast, all illusions within 1,200 feet currently maintained by any and all casters are instantly dispelled.
>Obscuring Mist (Applies for 1d24 hours.)
>Veil (Change appearance of a group of creatures/people.)
>Invisibility (Applies for 1d4 hours.)
>Major Image (Illusion which mimics all of the sense, even thermal!)
>Read Emotions(Can read the emotions of anyone Elizabeth is looking at.)
>Read Thoughts (Can read the thoughts of anyone Elizabeth is looking at.)
>Influence Thoughts. (Can influence thoughts within 1d200 meters.)
>Create Sound (Elizabeth creates any sound she wants, coming from anywhere in a 600 foot distance.)
>Alter Earth (Can change the terrain, soil fertility and formation of the ground in a 1d600 meter range.)
>Construction Materials (Reduces costs of building by half, thanks to Elizabeth providing free magical resources.)
>Stone to Flesh/Flesh to Stone (Elizabeth can now forcibly turn flesh into stone. The spell is non-lethal, unless the "stoned" person is broken apart.)
>Rock Armor (In every form, Elizabeth can now summon rock armor which buffs her armor by 2x. This armor, if anons want to, can be CUSTOMIZED TO LOOK NICE. And yes, it applies to her dragon form.)
>Earthquake. (In her dragon form, Elizabeth can summon a earthquake. It's range is based off a 1d1000 in meters.
>Enlarge Person (Applies to sentient creatures. Even dragons. Applies for 1d8 hours.)
>Enlarge Animal (Applies to non-sentient creatures. Applies for 1d8 hours.)
>Reduce Person/Animal (1d8 hours)
>Polymorph (Change shape of target. Permanent or temporary.)
>Alter Shape (Change shape of self. Yes, you can make chimera forms out of this.)
>Stat Buff (Adds a +4 to a stat temporarily for 1d24 hours.)
>Disintegrate
>Control Weather
>Forced Mutation (Can force a target to undergo mutation into something else. Said mutation is linked to mutagens already made, such as making a human into a half-dragon. Is temporary.)

By the way, this is what they currently do. Upgrading effects are unknown.
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>>2138679

>Influence Thoughts. (Can influence thoughts within 1d200 meters.)
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>>2138680
Alright, so sorry to confuse you, but there's enough spells and this is important enough that as you list a spell, I'll simply tell you what the upgrade does.

>Influence Thoughts (Distance increases to 600 meters. Elizabeth can instantly influence someone via touch unless they're particularly strong, and if already charmed, can change thoughts at will without a save on touch.)

Continue?

>Yes.
>No
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>>2138684

Yeah, sounds good to me.
>>
>>2138685
Any others your curious about, or simply continue?
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>>2138684
>>Yes.
>>
You continue on.

Elizabeth converts the last few remnants, and of course, begins to plot what her first goal is, as a small pile of gold is massed in her cabin...

Actions

>...Piracy!
>...Take it to a specific location (Athens, the pirate fortress... Somewhere else?)
>Search for your husband...
>...Perhaps you should take up trading?
>Write-in
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>>2138717
>>Search for your husband...
>>
Elizabeth begins her search for her husband...

Meanwhile as....

>Claw, who's currently leading an invasion army to the Byzantine Empire and is close to his destination.
>Renexizious, who's just gotten back with his loot to the Saxons.
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>>2138722
>>Renexizious, who's just gotten back with his loot to the Saxons.
>>
Meanwhile, as Renexizious.

You idly wait outside of the king's tent while Flames explains the situation that most of his men ran off.

"What do you mean, most of your men retreated?"

"Well, that's exactly what happened. I mean, we set fire to the camp, but most of them ran off without as much of a trace."

"...I suppose we still have the war chest from the Burgundii?"

'Yes, my lord."

"...I suppose that should make up for it, I suppose. Give the remnants of your men a portion too. Tell the men that we're setting sail to Briton at dawn."

Flames quickly walks out.

"So uh... Well, he's not pissed..."

"I suppose. Anyways, money?"

"...You pocketed most of it, come on."

"Doesn't count, actually... I mean, you pocketed some too."

"...Fine, fine..."

He fishes a bit of gold out, and hands you it.

100 gold. That's fucking nothing, really.

"Wow, thanks."

"No problem."

Welp, there you go. One-hundred gold. Great.

Yay.

You'd still like some more...

Actions

>...Press/bully Flames for more gold.
>Just get some sleep for the morning.
>...Sneak into the chief's hut and try to steal a bit...
>Write-in
>>
>>2138734
>>Just get some sleep for the morning.
>>
>>2138734


>...Press/bully Flames for more gold.
>>
You decide to press a tiny bit for some more gold.

Roll me a 1d20

+3 for putting out your wild rampage and ripping and tearing. And doing all the work.
+2 for slight amounts of bullying.
>>
Rolled 8 + 5 (1d20 + 5)

>>2138858

>"That's it? Come on, if it wasn't for my awesome combat skills, battlerage, and distinct lack of giving a shit, we wouldn't have gotten nearly as much as we did. Face it, I did all the work while you ran after the men like a mother hen."
>"I mean, why'd he even put you in charge of the men, anyway? I always was the better fighter, you were always the bureaucrat who stayed where it was safe and counted beans."
>>
Rolled 14 + 12 (1d20 + 12)

>>2138858
>>
After telling the bean-counter this, he sighs.

"Come on, I'm not just a bean counter. I'm the dragon head that breathes fire and also doesn't give a shit."

"Really now? Come on, you didn't do anything though besides try to "organize everyone"...

"I mean... Well, yeah. That's kind of my job. Until you know, you raged out and kind of scared everyone off."

"Especially you."

"...I mean, well, I'm not sticking around to get turned into werewolf chow..."

"...Well, if you give me a bit, I promise I won't shift into werewolf form and tear up your tent. How about that?"

Flames grits his teeth, clearly displeased by this.

"...Fine, how about another hundred?"

"Deal."

With that, you and Flames get ready for the journey off tommorow...

Eventually, you get up, and get ready to raid...


The journey itself is long, hard, and no doubt difficult, as waves crash against the longboat. However, you and Flames manage to see the Briton shoreline after a few hours of sailing...

What do you want to aim for? The rest of the raiders have set upon Londonium, but your given leave to raid the countryside, so long as you meet up with the main force relatively intact in a day or two.

>Villages.
>Roman forts.
>Join the main force at Londonium.
>Write-in
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>>2138898
>>Roman forts.
>>
>>2138898

>Roman forts.
>>
You of course, sail up to the nearest Roman fort on the shoreline...

Roll me a 1d20 to see if you do indeed get the element of surprise or not.

+3 for encouraging yourself for the main assault on the fort! (+1 for of course, pumping yourself up for combat... While also bullying Flames for probably going to slink behind you while you get all the glory.)
+2 for of course, encouraging your men!
>>
Rolled 19 + 5 (1d20 + 5)

>>2138909

>"Roman gold, Roman mosaics, Roman wine, Roman gold...this is going to be so ripe for plunder! Going to rip right through those puny ranks, no problem! Try not to fall too far behind Flames, I can't loot properly, kick ass, drink on the run AND keep you from getting a spear to the gut at the same time."
>"MEN! TODAY, WE RAID FOR THE GLORY AND HONOR OF THE GODS! DO NOT DISAPPOINT!"
>>
Crit Success!

Choose one.

> Kick Roman ass.
> ...Ha, plot twist... Surprise attack and then surprise betray the Saxons!
>...Tell the men to hold back, you got them. All.
> Write in
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>>2138933
>> Kick Roman ass.
>>
You of course, land the longboats ashore and begin to scale the walls where Roman s entries are.

After mauling them with a large axe, you begin to sneak properly into the base...

Now of course...

Where to sneak into...

Who to send where?

> Flames
> Renexizious
> Raiders

Places

> Officer Barracks
> Infantry Barracks
> Archer Barracks
>>
>>2138963

> Renexizious
> Officer Barracks

> Raiders
> Infantry Barracks
> Archer Barracks

> Flames
>Behind Ren, for further lessons on how raiding is actually done.
>>
Roll me a 1d20+3 for sneak raiding.

+3 for suitably stealthy but powerful form idea.
+3 for ideas on stealth killing or capturing with a uckhueg axe.
+1 for bullying Flames a bit.
>>
Rolled 1 + 3 (1d20 + 3)

>>2138971
>>
So. Barbaric?

> Yes
> No
>>
>>2138971
>>2138982
>> Yes
>>
Roll me a 1d20

+3 for Shapeshifting barbarically ormaking up for it somehow
+3 for getting yourself into a rage.
+3 for bullying Flames extremely. Like a brother. An autistic one you can probably bench press.
>>
Rolled 18 + 12 (1d20 + 12)

>>2138988
"WE NEED TO GET INSIDE NOW!"
>shouts an autistic Ren has he transforms into a BBM, the idea being that longer legs meant less noisy steps
"WE NEED A DISTRACTION!"
>Flames faceplams at the yelling tard shortly before being grabbed
>Ren hurls his 'kin' well over the way to distract the enemy and smashes straight through whatever lies in his way
>it was...surprising.
>>
>>2138991
Well, roll me a 1d20+4 for casualties in this berserk rampage.
+3 for fueling Ren's rage.
+2 for minotaur puns or anything comedic like that.
+2 for bully Flames, but congratulate him for being easily thrown.
>>
Rolled 1 + 12 (1d20 + 12)

>>2139047
>>
Rolled 11 (1d20)

>>
...Huh.

As you pick up Flames, and hurl him akin to a ballista bolt, he smashes through the door, and hits the ground and comes to a skid, being quite injured.

The officers however, seem to be wide awake, and in the middle of playing somesort of board game. The quickly draw their weapons, but notice your... Well, bull-like stature, and large mauling axe your holding like it's a toothpick, practically.

"Barbarians at the walls! Drive them back!"

Great. You probably have a matter of time before the alarm goes off, AND Flames is recovering on the ground.

The Roman officers seem to bunch up together, armed with shield and gladius, clearly wanting to not exactly be on the recieving end of your axe, fists, or horns.

What do?

>ATTACK!
>DODGE!
>SPECIAL ATTACK!
>SHOW OFF HOW MANLY YOU ARE, AND FORCE THEM TO SURRENDER! (Intimidate, Hard!)
>TRY TO GET THAT PUSSY FLAMES BACK UP!
>Write-In
>>
>>2139896
>>SPECIAL ATTACK!
ROCK BEATS PAPER
>>
You of course, get a rather clever idea. You lower your head, and get ready to charge right into the Romans...

In theory, your body weight is far, far higher then theirs, and not to mention those sharp horns on your head could greatly assist in your charge...

So of course, you charge right in their, horns first, and ram headfirst into a roman officer's shield, stabbing through it with your horns and right into the officers head, killing him instantly. However, you don't stop there, and you jump suddenly, arm first, to the right, knocking an officer to the ground as you dodge a javelin. After this, one of the Roman officers rushes to take a stab at you, but you counter-charge him, and like the first officer, end up impaling him slightly and throwing him over your head...

The rest of the officers certainly seem demoralized by your charge, and are scattering to attack you in various directions...

What do?

>Special Attack!
>Dodge!
>Attack!
>Try to get Flames!
>Intimidate!
>>
>>2139913
>>Attack!
No Russian.
>>
You continue to press your attack, but the Romans seem effective in scattering as you swing your axe or swing your fist, and begin to attack you from multiple directions... You even get a javelin in the back for your troubles, and one pesky Roman even stabs you in the thigh multiple times before you swat him away...

It certainly seems like your too big and slow to be effective at dodging while attacking.

-1000 HP

Current HP: 9000

The Romans seem to be continuing their tactics of skirmishing you.

What do?

>Special Attack
>Dodge!
>Attack!
>Intimidate!
>Get Flames up!

Flames is starting to get up, it'll be only about 2 more turns.
>>
>>2139919
>>Dodge!
>>
You of course, begin to focus entirely on dodging... However, your having some difficult in the whole "Counter-Attack" due to your low dexterity...

You give up on counter-attacking, but successful manage to block, avoid, or otherwise tank most of the attacks done by the Romans, who are getting more aggressive.

You lose 200 HP due to ranged attacks from pilas.

Current HP: 880

The Romans seem to be trying to form up and surround you and attack at the same time... You're starting to get in a dangerous situation here...

What do?

>Special Attack
>Dodge
>Attack
>Intimidate!
>Get Flames back up!
>>
>>2139924
>>Attack
>>
You continue with your attack, which is ineffective. The Romans keep on skirmishing you and dodging your blows, and throwing javelins into your side... It's simply impossible to catch one as they surround you on all sides... They continue their tactics of skirmishing.

-1000 HP.

Current HP: 7800

FLames is about to recover. What form should he take? Specify please.

Also, as for you...

>Attack
>Special Attack
>Dodge
>Intimidate
>Cast a spell.
>Get Flames up.
>>
>>2139930
>>Special Attack
I have no idea what the fuck I'm doing.
Flames, I dunno something useful?
>>
You of course, similar to before, charge forward, scattering the Romans throughout the room. You manage to injure many of them, and they regroup on the other side of the room...

Flames gets back up, and draws his sword and shield. You mostly just tell him to be whatever, and he rushes to join you in his half-dragon form...

"I see your getting your ass kicked?"

"CAN YOU FUCKING KILL THEM OR NOT SMARTASS?" You say, briefly lifting him by the neck.

"...You know, you are a really shit friend."

"DON'T MAKE ME REGRET NOT THROWING YOU."

You set him back down, and you both get back to fighting...

The Romans have regrouped on the other side of the room.

"Hey, Ren, I got this, don't worry about it." Flames says.

...Is he really trying to steal your glory?

Actions

>Fine, stand back. Might as well let Flames have some fun.
>CHARGE, he's not stealing your fucking glory.
>Grab Flames as a makeshift weapon/flamethrower.
>Write-in
>>
>>2139940
>>Fine, stand back. Might as well let Flames have some fun.
Time to Ninja loot.
>>
Flames of course, being a practical walking flamethrower, begins to breathe fire on the Romans, while you slink off to loot...

Roll me a 1d20+5 for stealing loot, and making sure Flames gets jack shit.

+3 for bullying Flames even more. Still a beta male.
+2 for of course, trying to keep Flames attention on finishing the Romans off while your busy.
>>
Rolled 17 + 12 (1d20 + 12)

>>2139945
>>
17+12=29

You of course, let Flames do all the work while you loot bodies and break open chests.

Of course, you find something particularly interesting... A roman eagle standard. If you remember right, it's quite an accomplishment to take one of these...

You take it, and of course, you find about 800 gold...

How much do you want to set aside for Flames?

>He's your... Kinsman, brother, or whatever, he won't mind if you take the money. Give him nothing.
>100
>200
>300
>Be generous. 400
>Write-in?
>>
>>2140122
>>300
hide 200, say it was a 50/50 split.
>>
So 300 gold in total, while you pocket 500. Seems like a very "Renexizious" move, I like it.

You of course, pocket 200 more for yourself, and once Flames finishes up burning the romans, you give him a bit of gold and tell him to basically fuck off.

Now of course, the rest of your men try to sneak into the infantry and archer barracks...

Roll me a 1d100 anon.

+10 for simply bullying Flames.
>>
Rolled 80 + 10 (1d100 + 10)

>>2140155
"Well, look at that Flames, people who can move with their face off the ground. Maybe they'll actually find something."
>>
80+10=90

Your men prove extremely successful in beating the shit out of the Romans, and you end up with maybe five prisoners...

Also, of course, your men begin to loot the fort, having taken care of it's inhabitants...

"Alright, so uh... 50/50, right?"

"Yeah, that's the way we're doing it, aren't we?"

Flame's men give you a large sack of gold, about 800.

However, there seems to be four prisoners...

"I say we just kind of let them go. They can't really do anything, after all."[/]i

Actions

>Kill them.
>...Well, maybe some slaves wouldn't hurt. Or thralls, whatever they're called.
>Best idea, force them to pay for their freedom.
>Yeah, just release them.
>>
>>2140534
>>...Well, maybe some slaves wouldn't hurt. Or thralls, whatever they're called.
Viking's took the useful ones. They actually treated slaves pretty well. Beside the whole slave thing.
>>
You take them as slaves...

Meanwhile as...

> Claw (shift PoV)
> Liz (Shift PoV)
>>
>>2140583
> Claw (shift PoV)
>>
Claw of course, is leading the Sassanid army to Antioch, and has at night, finally arrived.

His men take rest in the camp site as Claw panics over what he's supposed to do, let alone besiege and conquer this place. He's lucky that the Roman garrison has failed to really notice his forces of 20,000 men...

Of course, Claw's rather poor commanding and general delegation is evident among his lieutenants, but luckily his men haven't really caught on... Not yet, anyways.

"Prince, we must attack from below. Tunneling will surely grant us victory in this siege." One of Claw's lieutenants says.

"No, that is foolish. If the Romans catch on, we will be buried alive. We must strike before they notice, we must make some ladders and scale the walls before our camp is detected..." Another one says...

"...You are all fools! We must dig in for a prolonged siege. Siege towers offer the greatest chance to safely scale the walls and take the fight to the Romans, combined with rams to open the gates for our cavalry could grant us victory!"

Of course, as you rest in the command tent, you're sweating a bit nervously, trying to hope no one really catches on to the fact that you have no idea what your doing... Though uh, it's sort of hard to hide as your hands have have the jitters.

"Prince? You must surely agree with one of us on this matter!"

"I erh... Well... Can I get any other opinions? I'd like to know all the options ahead of us."

God, these guys know way more then I do regarding this stuff...

"...The Romans are likely to send reinforcements if we settle in for a prolonged siege..."

"No roman army could surely defeat us! Most of their forces are fighting the Goths. The path for conquest is clear for us!"

You sweat a bit more as more of the lieutenants attempt to assert themselves on you.

"Prince! I demand you side with me! The rest of these cretins know nothing about strateg-"

"Ha! You have yet to earn any experience in the field of battle, let alone understand how sieges work. Your woman's stratagem of throwing things at them simply won't work! We lack the ammunition or the supplies!"

...It's pretty evident that the lieutenants simply want your vocal support of them, and paper is practically being thrown all around... God, this is infuriating...

Should Claw continue to deal with this?

>Yes, your job as a commander is to deal with hard-to-deal with idiots sometimes...
>Attempt to assert yourself! You're a behemoth for God's sake!
>(Anger Issues) You are VERY FUCKING TIRED of having these lieutenants argue and attempt to have the glory for themselves! Dominate them!
>...You know, you can always just nom them and get more agreeable commanders. (You might get more or less efficent commanders who are more loyal... Though uh, you might need to be a bit sneaky about nomming your own officers.)
>Write-in
>>
>>2140781
>Yes, your job as a commander is to deal with hard-to-deal with idiots sometimes...
>>
>>2140794

...I mean, I kind of want a second opinion before I do anything... Like eat them, or ignore their advice. Or both.
>>
>>2140794
>>2140809
Shut the fuck up Claw.
>>
...Alright, alright...

Claw of course, begins to try and listen in on his commanders and try to settle the arguments...

Roll me a 1d20-4 for Claw successfully doing this.

+2 for trying to assert yourself?
+2 for trying to stay calm and not get angry at the fact they're ignoring you.
>>
Rolled 17 (1d20)

>>2141645
Claw, get your shit in and get your shit out. One solid strike.
"We-we bang em in and out."
"L-l-like a shadow."
Oh my god Claw. Just hit them like a ghost.
>>
Claw takes it a bit literally, punching one of his lieutenants in the nose.

"Alright, alri-alright, here's the plan... Listen up, ok?"

Claw manages to get his men's attention, if only for a time.

"So... What were the plans again?"

The lieutenants tell him the plans...

>Lightning Strike, build some ladders and attack over the walls in the middle of the night!
>Prolonged Siege, build some siege towers and onagers and siege them out.
>Monster Assault (Claw can indeed attack the city in his monsterous Wolf and Gelatin Wolf forms. Practically certain to win.)
>Tunneling (Assault from below! Takes a while, but a huge advantage to bypass the walls with no casulties.
>Write-in
>>
>>2141683
>>Lightning Strike, build some ladders and attack over the walls in the middle of the night!
>>
Claw orders some ladders to be built in a night assault...

How does Claw want to participate?

>Armchair General, you'll be safe and managing the battle!
>...Frontline! You can handle a sword, right? It's totally like D&D probably.
>...Sneaky Assault! (Optionally shapeshift for better results!)
>Write-in
>>
>>2141700
>>Armchair General, you'll be safe and managing the battle!
>>
...I mean, I kind of remember the last time I stayed back while commanding. It didn't really end so well... Are you sure you want me to?
>>
>>2141707
Stop being gay.
>>
...I'm not gay...

Claw of course, decide however, to stay in the back. Likely not wanting to be casted as gay.

Now of course, hopefully this plan goes according to... Well, plan.

Roll me a 1d20+2 for how well the sudden strike goes!

+2 if Claw can try to encourage his troops with what lays on the other side! Loot, plunder, glory!
+2 for bullying Claw to stay and not follow his khornate instincts.
>>
Rolled 3 + 4 (1d20 + 4)

>>2141732
God claw, you are such a battle slut.
>Behold the ultimate insult
Sit boy! Sit!
>>
...What the hell do you mean I'm a battle slut? I don't even fight that often, and right now I have the chance to nom, rip, and melt people. And I don't just sit for anyone, like a dog, you know!

Allowing samefagging for simply talking back to Claw, and continuing the bulli
>>
Rolled 3 (1d20)

>>2141741
I'll give you a bone.
>>
>>2141744
I don't even like bones... I mean, maybe t-bone,
but that's not really bone, just steak. Steak's great, honestly... But uh, you didn't really answer the question...
>>
>>2141748
Oh I'm sorry. i didn't realize I was the guy that talks to himself. You're telling me that you're not thinking of all the glory and honor that the men have right now?
>>
>>2141753
I mean, yeah. I kind of feel a bit let out sort of. I'd rather be there then in this stuffy tent.
>>
>>2141760
that sounded so gay
>>
>>2141769
...How does that even sound gay? I mean, I just want to kill stuff and that sounds gay?

One final good response and you get the last samefag.
>>
>>2141772
Ren kills stuff and fucks girls. You just kill stuff. Totes gay.
>>
I'M NOT GAY! Seriously, I can kill stuff, but women don't really go for... I mean, well, you know, giant werewolves that eat people and stuff.

If you want to, you can continue to also try and get him to man up by talking to him.

Alright, roll one last time.
>>
Rolled 8 + 12 (1d20 + 12)

>>2141786
>>
>>2141786
And you cry because Ren wouldn't let you live with him.
>>
Hey, he didn't even give me a week's notice... Besides, he basically kicked his best friend out of his own home. Kind of. You know, you're an asshole for a self-conscious or whatever.

8+6=14

Claw hangs back, and his men successfully get on the walls, and have begun to remove the sentries. It seems like phase one is complete...

Do you want to move up?

>Yes.
>No, stay back.
>>
>>2141798
>>Yes.
>>
>>2141798
Yeah, well I wouldn't be an asshole if I was in someone useful, like Ren or Liz, but I'm stuck with the guy that can't even live on his own.
>>
>>2141813
...Wait what? So are you even a part of my subconsciousness or just kind of wishing you were a part of someone else?

Claw's somewhat suspicious that you might not actually be a part of his subconscious.

Claw moves up to the walls, while his men begin to move onto the barracks by the walls...

Roll me a 1d20+4 anons.

+2 for continuing to remind Claw to not get in the combat... Or tell him to go assist.
+1 for making fun of Claw some more, or reassuring him of his usefulness.

You also probably don't want to reveal yourself to Claw anon.
>>
Rolled 4 + 7 (1d20 + 7)

>>2141817
Psh, what do you think I am? Some guy watching you from the TV? No, you're in the fucking past you dingus.Now go grab some loot, or kill some peeps.
>>
>>2141825
...Wait, me from the past, or are you someone from the past? Or are you in the future and telling me what to do?

Also, thank fuck. I was kind of bored just waiting around. Any preferred form?


Allowing a samefag, no writing needed, but you might still want to tell Claw what form preferably.
>>
>>2141828
smoll swole
>>
4+7=11

Claw of course, eager to show off that he is indeed a real man, not gay, and also not a crybaby, practically runs off to battle as soon as you give him the chance, slightly abandoning his role as a commander.

Of course, his lieutenants aren't particularly happy about this, and give slight chase, demanding that he appoint a secondary commander or something while he runs into battle...

God, I wish I could just punch these miserable cunts.

Claw, quite angry at being held back from rippng, tearing, and nomming, quickly thinks about what to do.

Actions

>...Tell them to fuck off and run off.
>Punch one in the face.
>Fine, fine, whatever, appoint a lieutenant as the temp commander.
>Fuck it, your isolated from everyone o nthe walls, just tell them to wait a moment, shift to smol swole form, and RIP AND TEAR them to shreds. Bam, no more paperwork, no more bullshit.
>Write-in
>>
>>2141864
>>Punch one in the face.
>>Fine, fine, whatever, appoint a lieutenant as the temp commander
lesson's must be taught.
>>
Claw sighs, and punches one of his lieutenants in the gut.

"Listen, back the hell off. I'm going to help the men... So uh, oldest guy's in charge, ok?"

You promptly run off, as one of the Lieutenants breathes for air and the others are more focused on figuring out who's oldest...

Now of course, time to decide where you'll head to, as you shift into your muscular and chisled wolf form. Only slightly ruined by your sedentary lifestlye and general overconsumption of snackfoods and soft drinks.

Where to go?

>The barracks! (That's where all your men are at...)
>Rampage throughout the city! Money, loot, and maybe women might even be yours!
>Rush straight to the central barracks! You can take them all on!
>Write-in
>>
>>2141906
>>The barracks! (That's where all your men are at...)
>>
>>2141911
Hey uh... Not to really be gay or anything, but uh, that's kind of where all my men are at and I don't exactly think they'd like having me around. As you know, a giant werewolf. Who can flex.
>>
>>2141919
Ugh, fine. Go to the central barraks when you show off your big gay muscles.
>>
Rolled 15 + 8 (1d20 + 8)

>>2141923
...What the fuck did you just fucking say about my muscles, you little bitch? I’ll have you know I'm at the top of my game as a behemoth and I’ve been involved in numerous assaults and raids, and I have over 12,000 confirmed kills. I am trained in gorilla warfare and I’m the top behemoth in the entire Swedish armed forces. You are nothing to me but just another envious little shit. I will wipe you the fuck out with precision the likes of which has never been seen before on this Earth, mark my fucking words. You think you can get away with saying that shit to me over my thoughts? Think again, fucker. As we speak or talk or whatever, I'm making a note to kick your ass when I meet you in the future, so you better prepare for the storm, maggot. The storm that wipes out the pathetic little thing you call your life. You’re fucking dead, kid. I can be anywhere, anytime, and I can kill you in over seven thousand ways, and that’s just with my bare muscles. Not only am I extensively trained in unarmed combat, but I have access to the entire arsenal of the Swedish Army and I will use it to its full extent to wipe your miserable ass off the face of the continent, you little shit. If only you could have known what unholy retribution your little “clever” comment about my FUCKING MUSCLES was about to bring down upon you, maybe you would have held your fucking tongue. But you couldn’t, you didn’t, and now you'll be paying the price, you goddamn idiot. I will shit fury all over you and you will drown in it. You’re fucking dead, kiddo. NEVER CALL MY MUSCLES GAY FUCKING AGAIN OR I WILL FUCKING DESTROY YOU Y-

Claw at this point, practically can't control his anger and goes to find SOMETHING to break.

Ignore my roll.
>>
Practically screaming at the top of his lungs about homosexuality, his anger issues become anger manifested as he grows in size and begins to rampage among the civilian population, looking for an easy target to bully around, and overall destroy and crush.

Do you want to just leave Claw's rampage to himself, or try and wrangle him under control? Additionally, he's a bit taller then a bus currently.

>Wrangle him under control.
>Direct his rampage somewhere...
>Nah, leave him be. Switch to someone else and come back in the morning.
>Fuel his rampage further. (...Not the smartest idea... But still, it's an idea...)
>>
>>2141933
>>Nah, leave him be. Switch to someone else and come back in the morning.
>>
Rolled 16 + 12 (1d20 + 12)

>>2141936
Could you specify?

Also, ignore roll
>>
>>2141947
Ren.
>>
Claw is now temporarily blocked until his rage ends. Which might be a while.

Oh, and also, choose one minor thing for getting Claw so, so angry.

>Head
>Anger
>Eyes
>Muscle
>>
>>2141955
>>Eyes
>>
Claw's eyes take on a strange tone of color, becoming red, and dangerous looking.

Claw can now see in the infrared and heat spectrum, making enemies far, far easier detected if they give off heat, and has boosted his sense of sight... And also gives a tiny bonus to intimidation.
He can additionally follow heat traces and sources, but his heat vision suffers in hot areas.

Now, as Renexizious.

You and your longboat meet up at Londonium, landing ashore at the siege party. However, it's quickly given that you and your men will not have any rest.

"...So, uh... Apparently the king kind of wants us to uh... Go through the dungeons and clear them out beforehand."

"...Excuse me?"

"...He wants the main force to sail in via river, but he's having us take vanguard in the dungeons beneath the city... He's uh... Also boosted our salaries. A ton. Like uh... 10x as much."

"What do you mea-"

Flames drops a large sack of 1000 gold.

"That was uh, our reward for capturing the Roman standard and taking the fort... And is also supposed to be our monthly pay now. Just uh, split between us though."

Holy shit. This is pretty good... If you can get that full thousand, that's practically an easy 10$ million...

What do?

>...Split it 50/50
>...Split it 70% in favor of you.
>Split it 90% in favor of you.
>Split it 100% in favor of you.
>Split it 70% in favor of Flames
>Split it 90% in favor of Flames
>Split it 100% in favor of Flames.
>Write-in
>>
>>2141964
>>...Split it 50/50
>>
You get a nice sum of 500 gold...

With that done, you and Flames begin to discuss how you're supposed to go through the dungeons and get to the surface.

Quickly, Flames says that it was reserved as a job for the king's finest warriors, and judging from how both of you soloed an entire Burgundii tribe, Roman officers, and took their standard, you've been proven more up to the task then originally thought of... So in a few hours, you and Flames will be crawling into a dungeon's entrance and clearing it out to surprise the defenders...

Do you want to accept or deny this honor?

>Accept.
>Seek an audience with the king.
>Deny. (You'll likely be outcasted and lose quite a bit of money.)
>>
>>2141975
>>Accept.
>>
You of course, accept this honor.

Both of you get some shut eye, and wake up in the morning fairly rejuvinated. Soon afterwards, you get dressed in your armor and weapons, and move up to the entrance to the dungeon...

You enter via a small cavern by the ocean, and you crawl through the cavern, with some old mosiacs on the wall, long since faded. The floor itself is of a rough cavern floor, which as you follow, turns to old stone bricks.

The first room you enter, is surprisingly majestic, a large open room with a large altar resting in the center of the room, elevated above all with a large mosiac painted on the back of it... Which as you begin to approach, glows a faint, etheral blue color.

"You don't see stuff like this every day."

The glow however, begins more intense, and soon enough, thanks to your high intellect, you notice it's making something out...

In particular, a large, four-headed blue dragon towering above the ocean floor, head practically in the clouds with a mighty look about him. Or her.

...Which as far as you know, is not you, as you don't exactly have four heads.

Upon further investigation, a slab reveals itself, surprisingly enough, written in Draconic.

>Those who reign upon the skies, land, sea, fire, note this
>The power is bound in this world, grafted to normality as one of their outposts
>Those who bind the ancients to serve their will, and to pervert their sacred duty as the harbringers of a new age
>The Followers of Tiamat follow them, and clear the way against the lord of this realm, the Platinum One
>May this shrine to Her and Her Children, and the Children's chosen provide utmost sanctity upon them, and rejuvenate them to their former self.

...This is quite strange. It seems you've stumbled into a shrine of Tiamat, quite unexpectedly. The glow itself still remains on the mosiac, and you recognize the five-headed dragon to indeed, be Tiamat.

You feel a strange warmth around it, slightly reminding you of your first lair. It's one of comfort, of tranquility, and of... Peace. No wild temptations in your mind, anxiousness... Not even stress. Even a bit of... Well, emotion at fondly calling back memories of Tiamat... Not that you have any, but it just feels... Strange to not have her image not in your mind.

Even Flames is visibly at ease in here, and your finding it hard to not want to sit and meditate.

>...Continue into the dungeon.
>...Maybe you should pray a bit... If only for power's sake... (...Convert to Tiamatism, and potentially regain your draconic powers (to an extent) in this realm.
>Nope, hell no, nope, head back out.
>Write-in
>>
>>2141993
>>...Continue into the dungeon.
>>
Important enough I'll wait for one more vote.
>>
>>2142087
Let's have Flames pray
>>
>>2141993
>...Maybe you should pray a bit... If only for power's sake... (...Convert to Tiamatism, and potentially regain your draconic powers (to an extent) in this realm.
>>
You of course, wrap your arm around Flames neck while he isn't looking, and slightly choke him.

"So, little brother... Why don't you see if prayer actually works and pray to Tiamat?"

"A-a-aren't... Yo..."

"I know you fucking twatwaffle, yeah, I'm catholic, but in this case, I want to get some fucking science done, so stop being a bitch, and pray."

You squeeze his neck until he lifts his finger up, to say he'll do it. You let him go, and he begrudingly begins to pray.

You know, it's way more fun to bully him in person since you got here... And far more satisfying.

Though you swear you weren't really ever this aggressive before. Oh well, it's better he knows who's actually at the top.

Flames of course, begins prayer, and of course, the room begins to glow slightly. Whatever he's doing, it's working...

Actions

>Join in.
>Let him continue.
>Tell him to stop.
>Write-in
>>
>>2142091
>>Let him continue.
We're friends with none catholics so it's cool. It's not like he's super devout anyways. This is just science that the lord allows.
>>
Rolled 5 (1d20)

"Just keep doing what your doing Flames!"

"For fucks sake I'm glowing!"

"Yeah, just continue, everything is fine."

Flames soon after this Shapeshifts to his half dragon form. Then of course begins to levitate above the floor...

Ignore my roll.
>>
Flames of course, catches on fire with an ethereal blue flame. And uh, seems to be screaming in pain.

"So uh... You still good?"

He promptly continues scream in pain, but soon, it comes to a halt. Soon enough, you noticr his figure... Changing. It seems to be morphing into a proper dragon.

And he of course, collapses in the floor in convulsions.

He seems to be a... Fairly tiny dragon, only marginally larger then a human...

You feel enticed to approach next.

Actions

> Refuse to do so.
>...Go ahead.
> Write In
>>
>>2142104
>...Go ahead.
>>
You approach, and pray.

You too, begin to levitate, and ascend...

You blink.


You open them, finding yourself surrounded in darkness. Similar to a large cave, with a stone floor.

Complete with a fancy red velvet chair. Which you are sitting in, and you notice someone approach you from the shadows. A large, five headed dragon, towering above what you feel to be a skyscraper.

"Ah, Renexizious, yes? I've been quite expecting you for some time." She says, in a calm, fairly reserved voice.

"...Uh, hi. Tiamat?"

"Yes, you quite nailed it on the head."

"Good. So uh, you need something?"

"Well, actually, it is you who needs something from me, no?"

"...I suppose."

"Ah, I see. Normally I would be quite spiteful, so many prayers and so many useless children... Infuriating really. Though I must say child, I am... Satisfied with you. It is a strange feeling."

"...What so you mean?"

"You've probably noticed your siblings failure to do much, even with their awesome power granted to them at birth. Hiding in caves, attempting to vainly gather spoils rivaling my own..."

"A bit, yes."

"Good. Now, for the heart of the matter before we continue... I want a few answers I could not scry."

"Such as?"

"Well... Why do you fail to worship me? I am indeed a bit curious to know, if you'd indulge my curiosity."

She lowers her heads, listening intently.


Actions

> Never really raised to be like that?
> My wife would kill me.
> I just prefer God, honestly.
>...I don't even know where to start?
>>
>>2142119
> Never really raised to be like that?
> My wife would kill me.
>>
>>2142119

> Never really raised to be like that?
> My wife would kill me.

>"Well, I suppose it starts with not really ever being exposed to you when I was still in the process of finding myself in the world I was in. You have no influence in my world, thus no way that I could even learn your name, much less that other dragons worshiped you as a god. You could call it ignorance of my bloodline heritage. However, on the other side of the coin, I've taken rather strongly to human ways and customs. I share religion with my wife, partly because of the way it helped bond us together, and partly because it works well for controlling my people. My wife takes to it more tightly than I, and I am loathe to upset her by changing. 'The female is often the most savage of the species' thing and all that, I'm sure you know what I mean."
>>
"Well, I was never really raised to be like that. My wife would kill me too. Also, well, I suppose it starts with not really ever being exposed to you when I was still in the process of finding myself in the world I was in. You have no influence in my world, thus no way that I could even learn your name, much less that other dragons worshiped you as a god. You could call it ignorance of my bloodline heritage. However, on the other side of the coin, I've taken rather strongly to human ways and customs. I share religion with my wife, partly because of the way it helped bond us together, and partly because it works well for controlling my people. My wife takes to it more tightly than I, and I am loathe to upset her by changing. 'The female is often the most savage of the species' thing and all that, I'm sure you know what I mean"

"Oh, your wife couldn't hurt a fly. If that fly was you, of course. But still, you shouldn't be like all those special snowflakes that run off to join Bahamut simply because slavery's wrong or whatever they like saying now."

"Yeah, don't worry, I won't."

"I'll hold you to it then. But yes, I understand your dimension's lack of draconic presence, and of course, your desire to impress your mate, all those mortal things you go through. I have to say though, I've never quite seen a dragon court another dragon."

"...Erh..."

"It's surprisingly sweet, actually. But enough about that, I could go on for a long time about how you are actually quite very useful to me, and my far one my most successful descendents, and most... Strange. Then again, your lineage in particular is strange about their children, keeping them close, that sort of thing."

"...Oh."

"But really, I'd like to encourage you at some point to at least set aside tribute for me. Now, now, I know what your thinking, but the truth of the matter is that I've practically given you more favor then all of my other children, and I'd at least like something for my troubles in making sure you triumph over the mortals."

"...What do you mean?"

"Oh, mutations. I rarely doll them out, but to you and your wife, it's a practical investement goldmine. So, could you at the very least consider paying tribute or at least worshipping me?"

Actions

>...Well, I mean, how about I do it in secret then? (Convert to Tiamat in secret.)
>...Listen, I'll pay you a bit of tribute for helping me out so far, ok? (Give tribute to Tiamat. This is a small sum deducted at the end of every year, and keeps you in her good graces.)
>...I'm not going to risk my wife's favor for yours, Tiamat.
>...Listen, what do you even want with my tribute?
>Write-in
>>
>>2142178
>>...Well, I mean, how about I do it in secret then? (Convert to Tiamat in secret.)
I mean, it's just not like a random person. She's a god, our god, like an ancient grand mother. And we're quite family. It wouldn't do to ignore her.
>>
>>2142178
>...Listen, what do you even want with my tribute?
>...Listen, I'll pay you a bit of tribute for helping me out so far, ok? (Give tribute to Tiamat. This is a small sum deducted at the end of every year, and keeps you in her good graces.)

I want to know what she intends to gain from our tribute BEFORE we agree to give it to her. Is she getting metaphysical power from having tribute gifted to her, or is it just lining her coffers? If it seems like she might start demanding more and more tribute to keep the mutations flowing, then we won't pay tribute, but if it's just something small to say 'we acknowledge your presence with this small gift', then that's ok.
>>
>>2142178
>...Listen, what do you even want with my tribute?
>>
"Listen, what do you want with my tribute firstly?

"...Oh, well, mostly to fill up the hoard so my brother can't really claim to have a larger one. We're neck and neck, you know, and every pence helps. Also, it really establishes who's at the top, you know, and really cuts down on would-be vanity usurpers."

Actions

>Fine, you can pay tribute. (This is about 2% per year of your treasury.)
>No, you aren't going to acknowledge her as "above you".
>...You know, you can do better. Convert to her. (Choose to either fully convert or basically recognize her up there with God.)
>Write-in
>>
>>2142287
>Fine, you can pay tribute. (This is about 2% per year of your treasury.)
>>
>>2142287
>>Fine, you can pay tribute. (This is about 2% per year of your treasury.)
>>
>>2142287
>basically recognize her up there with God.)
She at least deserves this. desu
>>
>>2142287

>Fine, you can pay tribute. (This is about 2% per year of your treasury.)
>>
"I mean, sure."

"Ah, great to hear. You know, you have quite a bright future ahead of you at this rate, Renexizious. I will say, it disappoints me a bit you won't worship me, but that will come in later."

"Oh."

"Yes... So, about another topic. .. You have a hobby of turning lesser mortals into dragons and such, yes?"

"Well, a bit. Mostly my wife and son."

"And you'll keep that way, hm?"

Actions

> Ask why she wants you to tone down turning people into dragons?
> I mean, I'll keep it to my relatives, alright?
> Why do you care?
> I think I can do whatever I want, alright?
> Write In
>>
>>2142769
>> I think I can do whatever I want, alright?
Let's remind her why we're not one of her dragon cucks.
>>
>>2142769
> I mean, I'll keep it to my relatives, alright?
> Why do you care?
I mean I’ll do it but I at least wanna know why.
>>
"Why exactly do you care?'

"Well, when a mortal gets plenty of power, it's so often they'll try to make it go towards good things, or join Bahamut in some misguided attempt to save their people, or whatever run of the mil thing is going on, and all too often it ends up that the human cultist I turned into a half-dragon or so, just went off and became a hero and converted to Bahamut or whatnot. It's absolutely infuriating, embarrassing, and downright annoying to deal with "heroes" who refuse to accept the proper of place of things...."

She shakes her head.

"Now, if you had a way of making such mortals into adamant worshippers, I would assuredly not particularly care, but so long as they aren't, it's a problem I'd prefer to nip in the bud before I have goody-two-shoes dragons lining up at recruitment stands."

"...I mean, I'm not really sure. I'm not one of your disciples or anything."

"...Well, consider it keeping the blood in the family. So long as they're artificially a dragon, it's quite hard to indeed establish the proper morals and empathy one has from birth."

Hm...

Actions

>Hell no, you aren't one of her worshippers. Tell her this flat out.
>Fine, I can keep it to my relatives, ok?
>...It's their right to choose if they want to worship you or not.
>Fine... If I make draconic mutagens lean to worship you, is that good?
>Write-in
>>
>>2142871
>>...It's their right to choose if they want to worship you or not.
Else their worship means nothing. It's just logical.
>>
>>2142871
>Fine, I can keep it to my relatives, ok?
>If I make draconic mutagens lean to worship you, is that good?
>>
"Well, it's their right to choose..."

She... Laughs?

"Oh, that is so sweet! Rights mean nothing if not backed up with force, and it is not a "right" to worship me. I merely tolerate the lack of worship you give me thanks to your use, and well, general lack of awareness about me. However, it is not a "right" to worship me, either you are with Bahamut or me, middle ground is fleeting, let me assure you."

"...God... Well... Maybe if I make them lean towards worshipping you?"

"...I'd absolutely adore it, you know. Legions of half-dragons, worshiping me adamantly? My brother could hardly say the same. Such is the weakness of dealing with mortals like they are equals."

Actions

>...Fine, I'll see about getting them to worship you.
>Hell no, I'm not going to do that.
>...It's up to them, I'm not doing anything, I'm firmly neutral.
>Write-in
>>
>>2142915
>>...It's up to them, I'm not doing anything, I'm firmly neutral.
>>
>>2142915
>...Fine, I'll see about getting them to worship you.
No promises though
>>
"...I won't promise anything."

"...Disappointing, I have to say."

"...Yes... Is there anything else?"

"No, no... Not really. You still are above my expectations however, and I have to say, you do well asserting yourself. Very well! Unlike that weakling Flames or that closet-Bahamutian Solaire... I find it a miracle you tolerate them so."

Actions

>I don't really.
>I prefer bullying them, honestly...
>...Well, they're my siblings
>They're great people. I'm not sure what your talking about./
>>
>>2142959
>write in
"They have uses."
>>
>>2142961
This
>>
"They have uses."

"Ah, yes, you could say that for many people... Or dragons, or whatnot. You know, speaking of dragons... Why did you choose a human?"

"Why did I?"

"...I couldn't help but notice more and more of my descendents are picking humans over other dragons. You in this case turned her into one, and have... Been together for a startling amount of time. Longer then many."

Actions

>...I mean, I've never found another dragon which caught my eye...
>...I mean, I kind of wish I didn't, if that makes sense.
>How long do dragons usually stay together anyways?
>...She's hot, but I mean, all the other women, you know?
>She's perfect, in my opinion.
>Write-in
>>
>>2142981
>...I mean, I've never found another dragon which caught my eye...

>How long do dragons usually stay together anyways?
>>
>>2142981
"Because you know, there was an extreme amount of dragons just prowling around at the time."
Let's be honest. I was there when we did it. That's really there was too it.
>>
"Just because, really, no other dragons either. How long do they stay together?"

"A few very... Intimate and lovey-dovey days, you know."

"Ah."

"Now... Do you have any questions for me?

>Yes.
>No.
>>
>>2142998
>Yes.
“Who are my parents?”
>>
>>2142998
Yes
"So can I be a dragon again or something?"
>>
"Who are my parents?"

"Ah, a good question. I'd look carefully in that D&D dimension. They're closer then you think, really."

"No specific answer?"

"No, not really."

"...Great. So can I be a dragon again, or something?"

"Well, since you aren't as weak as your brothers are, yes, I will be... Not some tiny version either... Didn't really realize I was keeping you for so long. Is there anything else?"

>Yes
>No (Leave Tiamat...)
>>
>>2143044
>>No (Leave Tiamat...)
I've got nothing.
>>
>>2143044
>>No (Leave Tiamat...)
>>
"Eh, not really."

"Ah, I see. Well, I hope you enjoy yourself, don't cause any trouble for me, and of course, continue your escapades further."

She winks one of her eyes at you, and you return to reality.

You gently float to cold hard ground, unscatched.

Flames however, is in the corner of the room as a tiny dragon, the size of a mere man, and is recovering from his burns...

Meanwhile, you feel HUGE. BIG. POWERFUL.

You feel like you can shift to your dragon form, which you are a bit scared of testing, as due to the fact you feel bigger and bulkier overall.

You are also still in your human form.

"So um... I don't think Tiamat really likes me, honestly."

Actions

>...Well, I think she adores me, really...
>...That's because your a fucking pussy, and I'm the fucking alpha dragon here.
>...Hey uh, why don't we just turn around, or go deeper?
>Write-in
>>
>>2143553
>>2143553
>...Well, I think she adores me, really...
>...Hey uh, why don't we just turn around, or go deeper?
>>
>>2143844
>>
"You know, I think she adores me, really... Unlike some beta-male like you, Flames. Hell, Claw's probably more of an alpha then you. Now, where to go... Back or forward?"

Actions

>Go back to the surface... It's not too far, and you have your dragon form with you...
>...Press deeper.
>Write-in
>>
>>2143850
>>...Press deeper.
>>
>>2143850
>...Press deeper.
>>
You decide to press deeper into the dungeon.

Flames shifts to his half-dragon form, and you continue in your human form down...

In the next room you enter, you find what seems to be prison cells, of a sort. All abandoned and empty, but cells none the less.

You continue on pass them, coming into a large room...

It seems to be a sort of office, sort of similar to a warden's office.

You notice there seems to be a chest, and what seems to be a logbook on a long-weathered desk.

Actions

>Check out the desk.
>Check out the chest.
>Continue further.
>Write-in
>>
>>2143853
>>Check out the desk.
>>
You begin to read the logbook and take 50 gold from the desk.

It is a rather standard logbook, with a few entries by the warden.

It's rather simply detailed, with the Warden evidently discovered the cavern leading to Tiamat's shrine, and apparently the dungeon cells were moved further up

You find a key in between one of the pages, apparently unlocking the chest.

Which you open and there seems to be a set of lorica segmesta inside.

You take it for later though.

Of course, now comes the boring part of non magical dungeons, actually getting somewhere.

So, do you want to do a brief check up on one of the characters?

> Claw
> Elizabeth
>>
>>2143883
>Elizabeth
>>
Elizabeth it is.

Elizabeth wakes up from a rather strange dream of England, vikings, and of course, strangely enough, seeing her husband's face in somesort of... Shrine?

Her dream however, quickly shifts to a middle-eastern Roman city, under assault by an invading force, with somesort of... Large, furry monster tearing apart buildings, attacking civilians, and generally causing a mess...

...He reminds you of Claw, but far, far less awkward, and seems to be in a heavy bloodlust...

Finally, her dream concludes with the image of a five-headed dragon as a star constellation... That... Sort of winks back?

After that, you wake up from your dream, quite confused and dazed.

What to do?

>Follow your dreams. Investigate the middle east.
>Follow your dreams, sail up to Britain.
>...Ignore them, dreams are meaningless, stay in Greece.
>Write-in
>>
>>2143923
>Investigate the middle east
>>
Elizabeth of course, decides to check out the middle east first, and has her small fleet begin to head to Jerusalem as a starting point...

With that done...

Check in with Claw, or go back to Ren?

>Go back to Ren, boring part is over.
>Check in with Claw.
>>
>>2143936
>>Check in with Claw.
>>
>>2143937
>>
Well, roll me a 1d20+10 for total damages

+2 for bullying Claw or encouraging his bloodlust/anger.
+2 for ideas on how to make a more bloody rampage.
+1 for NOM related thoughts.

If it's above 32, Antioch will be entirely destroyed.
>>
Rolled 8 + 10 (1d20 + 10)

>>2143958
>>
Rolled 10 + 10 (1d20 + 10)

>>2143958
>>
Rolled 19 + 15 (1d20 + 15)

>>2143958

>You call THAT leveling a building? You SAT on it! Bowl it over with your shoulder, charge, spit lava, anything but goddamn SITTING on things like some fat MMO-no-lifer.
>You should make the streets run red with lava. Then the buildings lining them will slowly tilt forward and fall in, and you can suck up the resulting slurry for more size, so you can do more shit.
>And don't forget to take a break to eat a building once in a while or something. Keep up that stamina, and all that.
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19+15=34

Welp.

Claw's rampage has been ABSOLUTELY DESTRUCTIVE, as Claw's rampage decimates the civilian population, as the streets turn to lava, the buildings get sucked up one by one...

Safely said, only a tiny handful of the civilian population avoids death via lava/nomming, but luckily most of Claw's soldiers avoided death.

Claw lets out a guttural roar of victory, at the now ruined city, his thermal vision detecting few signs of life. Save for his own army, of course...

He also burps soon after this, and dwells on his anger, brooding... Thinking about his army, those shitty lieutenants, the soldiers not even wanting to follow him...

The hunger.

However, uniquely enough, his men seem... Absolutely terrified, at the 12 story wolf towering above the walls...

Should Claw try to calm down, or continue the rampage?

>RAMPAGE ACROSS THE DESERT, IT WILL ALL BE YOURS!
>Calm down! Now!
>Insult Claw to continue his anger. (Insulting or otherwise bullying Claw increases his anger, making him even more powerful. He's calmed down to starting to be a tiny bit rational.)
>Write-in
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>>2144054

>Calm down! Now!

Down boy, you've done well. Don't want to be attacking your own men now, do you? Destroying what's rightfully yours is a terrible thing, and you shouldn't do it.
>>
By the way, if you want to avoid rolling, just talk to Claw and try to calm him/anger him.
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oh, huh.

Claw takes a deep, steamy breath, calming down a bit.

Just a bit.

His men however, begin to break out of their terrified stance...

How should I act towards these tiny weaklings?!

Actions

>Take a calm, rational approach, and try to be... Neutral.
>...Take the not sane option. Be really happy and friendly.
>...Take the less sane option. Scare them into submission!
>...Take the Khornate option. DEMAND BLOOD AND SACRIFICES FOR YOURSELF!
>Write-in

This will set a precedent for how Claw acts in the future after massive rampages.
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>>2144067

>Take a calm, rational approach, and try to be... Neutral.

Remember, weaklings though they may be, they could be very useful in the future in ways that don't involve rampaging across a city unhindered. Never throw away a useful tool, Claw. You keep them for as long as they are of use, and then when they can give nothing more, you dispose of them quietly, and with honor.

Although, if your emotions right now are riding too high to be calm, sane, and rational, by all means, be jubilant and friendly. But do NOT seek their approval. They are underlings, they seek approval from YOU, not the other way around. Seeking approval from them gives them power over you, and you don't want that.
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>>2144074
YES!

Claw of course, decides to be quite pleased with himself, and in joyful mood. Tail wagging too. Splashing some lava in unfortunate already melted bulidings, but still, happy all the same.

He does however, briefly consider how long it'll take for his own troops to be useless, and therefor, tasty kibble snacks.

Soon.

Of course, his men react to this sudden mood shift.

Roll me a 1d20+5 for how well your men take the very happy, but still bloodthirsty giant lava werewolf.

+3 for telling Claw how to act properly to avoid... Well, bloodshed of useful lemmings, and overall gain their loyalty?
+2 for keeping Claw's natural lust for delicious kibble in check, and remind him what he can do with useful soldiers.
+2 for tips on how to interact, and gain their submissiveness!
+1 for ANGER TOWARDS INCOMPETENT LIEUTENANTS WHO BICKER ABOUT POLITICS LIKE SISSIES!

If everything's done, I might just do something a bit unique.
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Rolled 1 + 13 (1d20 + 13)

>>2144085

>Look Claw, you have to look at your men like Ren looks at coins in his hoard. Each one is useful, therefore each one is precious, and should be valued and treated as such. Remember that people always like to feel like their contributions to something meant something, and were noticed. Give them credit for something like keeping any enemy saboteurs off your flank or something.
>And, once again, those are useful men who owe their lives to you. Not tasty kibble snacks. Save the feast of flesh for those who stand against you, so that the ones who must bear witness to your acts learn the price of crossing you. Besides, soldiers are useful for many things in addition to fighting. They can keep the peace, guard things, enforce law, etc.
>Now, don't fraternize with them TOO much, but also don't be so aloof you're unapproachable. You want them to be able to sympathize with you, and want to follow you. So do what others have done, and promise them glory, honor, and riches to bring back for both the exaltations of their family name, and for greater glory of Persia.
>And let's not forget those 'classy' little 'helpers' who were so intent on getting glory for themselves, that they couldn't come to an agreement on what to do and wasted your goddamn time on inane horseshit. Now, they are annoying as fuck, but they are STILL your men. Scare the shit right out of them, until they're begging to demoted down to the rank and file soldier. This will gain you loyalty from the men, who will see you taking charge of and punishing incompetance, and loyalty from the lieutenants, who will see sparing their lives as a mercy.
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Claw's overly happy, cheerful, but bloodlust nature terrifies his men, as he accidently steps on one poor man, or as he tries to talk to them melts their faces with a unpleasant belch.

Claw seems to be terrifying his own men with his happy demeanor, and causing a few casualties...

Your men are just about ready to say fuck it and either attack you or run off.

Do you want to switch to intimidation, or continue being the happy werewolf of accidental death?

>...Continue the positive vibes.
>HOW DARE THEY IMPLY THIS IS YOUR FAULT! Intimidate them into staying!
>Write-in
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>>2144122

>...Continue the positive vibes.

In for the penny, in for the pound, I guess.
>>
Claw of course, continues his wide smile while causing much in terms of damages, "questionable" nommings, and terrifying people with a bright, happy smile on his very, very sharp teeth and fangs.

Roll me a 1d20+3 for being a happy werewolf of accidents and death.

+3 for trying to help Claw with the whole... Being so happy his own men want to follow?
+3 for celebration (And accidentally intimidating your own men!)
+2 for HAPPY BLOODLUST
+1 for of course, mentioning to the soldiers how well they'll serve (and taste!) under you!

If you can actually make Claw into somewhat of a happy sociopath, I'll be both impressed and continue favoritism.

By the way, if you want to, you can do something COMPLETELY DIFFERENT like give a happy speech to his men or something, if you can't think of anything, or whatever you want.
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>>2144143

Claw, Claw, seriously, what the hell, man?? You're not making them want to follow you by being a paragon of strength and bringing stability and prosperity to the land, you're jumping around like that time you were chugging sugar silos, killing your men, and making the others think they might get a reward if they slay the beast that brought ruin to Antioch. You can keep being happy that you were successful, but for fuck's sake, stop acting like some fucking puppy, and act more like the combat-hardened wolf who's seen some shit that you are! Control yourself, damn it! If you can't keep control over your own emotions, how can you expect to control your men? This kind of dumb-shittery is why Ren doesn't fucking love you.

Get your shit together, get your maturity together, and learn to act your fucking age and rank. You're a leader now, not some 12 year old at a weapons range firing a weapon for the first time. Ren, Liz, and especially us, your subconscious, all expect better than this from you.
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Rolled 16 + 3 (1d20 + 3)

>>2144167
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16+8=24

Claw whines a bit uncomfortably at the verbal assault.

...I mean, I guess your a bit right, but I'd rather not have Ren love me. That'd be pretty fucking gay if you ask me.

Claw of course, uncomfortably shifts to trying to not be so energetic, and gets his soldiers to not... Well, think he's out to kill them. Now it's a bit awkward as Claw's happy bloodlust and battle-high lowers itself back down to normal...

So uh... Yeah... Um. What now?

Roll me a 1d20+5 for the final roll in your men's attitudes towards you.

+3 for telling Claw how to gain his men's respect.
+2 for trying to keep Claw's happiness a bit up to a tolerable level, and try to project it as confidence.
+2 for Claw trying to come up with a long-term plan after destroying Antioch for him and his men?
+1 for also kind of uh... Commenting on exterminating an entire city.
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>>2144184

...Before we get any further down that line of thought, it's the no-homo style of love. Like brotherly love, or platonic love. Seriously, the guy's been a serial philanderer, and he's never once looked at dudes with an appraising eye, and he's not going to start with you.

>Now, hold your shoulders back, chest out, spine straight, and sit upright. Look like something that demands courtesy and respect.
>Now, you just single-handedly melted a town. That's a feat to be proud of, for sure. But don't let that pride leak out in giddy happiness. Instead, try to project it as confidence, like you've done this before, and you'll do this again, like clockwork.
>Now, you've got a couple ways things can go from here. You can either return to Persia and see what else needs doing, or you can travel to another town outside of Persian territory and bring it to heel. What your long-term plans are, will stem from that choice. Will you be reactive, or proactive?
>And...uh...while you did a good job utterly wrecking that city, maybe next time you should save the merchants and rich districts for your men to sack? Men love sacking the spoils of war, and you kinda...turned it all to ash and glass.
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Rolled 14 + 13 (1d20 + 13)

>>2144207
>>
14+13=27

With that, your men give somesort of half-cheer, not really wanting to get in your way, and hoping for perhaps, spoils of war. Most of the men however... Oddly worship you?

They seem to be more along the lines of so terrified they're worshipping you for mercy.

It seems some of the men see you as an avatar of their god for destroying the city, but uh... Most of them are focused on not getting nommed and are still worried about you.

...Hm.

Actions

>Hey, come on. You aren't some evil god... Or a god, maybe. You should probably at least get your little cult to think of you as a pretty cool guy!
>Force your men to worship you! A great idea!
>...Maybe you should support this tiny cult of yourself? It's only a small handful.
>...Nah, nah... Just ignore it.
>You shouldn't anger the gods. Tell the few worshippers of you to get off their feet.
>Write-in
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>>2144217

>...Maybe you should support this tiny cult of yourself? It's only a small handful.

While it'd be interesting to see what happens organically if we let them do as they would, it's probably better to guide it away from sacrificing innocents in your name.
>>
>>2144224
g
>>
Claw of course, decides to later that night, support that tiny cult and make sure it doesn't get too bad.

So of course, while your men start scavenging through the ruins, you tell the worshippers of yourself to follow you for a ways, careful to not really kill or scare them off...

"So uh, hey. You're um, those guys that worship me, right?"

"Yes, great avatar of Zoroaster!"

"Yeah, um... So that's cool. Never had a cult before. So uh, you guys sounds cool... Sacrificng innocents or anything?"

"...No?"

"Oh. Uh, good. Yeah. So uh, I was thinking about helping you..."

Roll me a 1d20+3 for starting your own cult!

+3 for of course, trying to... Either really establish yourself as the avatar of Zoroaster or an entirely different deity?
+2 for maybe some basic tenets?
+2 for also ideas on how to get the men to convert or something like that.
+2 for trying to tie a "divine message" to why you destroyed/nommed Antioch?

If everything's done, you can try to make your guys zealous or rational in their belief.
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Rolled 15 + 12 (1d20 + 12)

>>2144236
too cold to write fag.
>>
Rolled 3 + 12 (1d20 + 12)

>>2144236

>"Um...yes, I'm...I'm totally that guy you said. Zoamelgustar, or Zoroaster, or whatever. Um...however you spell it."
>Tell them that spilling the blood of the innocent is wrong, basic moralfagging, etc etc. You may be worshipped as an aspect of war and vengeance, but you can still demand that your followers conduct themselves with some sort of honor.
>Promise victory and protection in times of war. Most men just want to get home to their families in one piece, hopefully with some loot. Should be an easy starting point.
>Those people were fuckers who denied the glory of Persia, and were plotting against them. No one tries to attack places under YOUR divine protection!

Make them rational. The overly-zealous tend to distort holy texts to suit their own power plays, and that always leads to horseshit and shenanigans.
>>
15+12=27

Of course, you set down some pretty basic stuff, and get them sorted out pretty alright...

Soon after that, you decide to also take a stance on how they should act...

>Rational (Slow conversion rate, and cynicalism sort of ruins your authority... But they won't do anything crazy.)
>Moderate (Moderate conversion rate, and your word is likely to be interperted truth... They won't really get along with other faiths though.)
>Zealous (High conversion rate, and your word is as good as divine law. They'll persecute other religions though.)
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>>2144303
>Moderate (Moderate conversion rate, and your word is likely to be interperted truth... They won't really get along with other faiths though.)
>>
Moderate it is.

Claw of course, makes his cult right in the middle, and of course, the cult is firmly implanted...

Now of course, Claw comes up with where to go next...

>Jerusalem
>Aleppo
>Cairo
>Damascus
>Ankara
>Armenia
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>>2144394
>Aleppo
>>
Claw begins to march to Aleppo.

Switch back to Ren?

> Yes
> Switch to Liz
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>>2144473
>switch to Liz
>>
>>2144473
>>2144575
This
>>
You are now Elizabeth, and of course, you're dealing with a bit of a discpline problem.

Firstly, having a crew head-over-heels for you is really, really nice. Willing to do whatever you want, and so forth. The only real problem, is that it's beginning to breed some jealousy among the charmed crew over WHO has the most favor.

Which has resulted in of course, plenty of brawling among the crew for who can have that.

You should probably deal with this before it becomes a problem...

Actions

>...Attempt to discipline the hard way.
>Take the softer way. Perhaps charm them into a better sort of behavior?
>...You have to admit, it's quite amusing to see them fight for you... Perhaps organize it in such a way that you can judge who the victor is, and so forth. Sort of an arena... (...Organize the brawling for your favor.)
>>
>>2146480
>>Take the softer way. Perhaps charm them into a better sort of behavior?
>>
>>2146480
>Take the softer way. Perhaps charm them into a better sort of behavior?
>>
You decide to take the soft approach to this matter.

Roll me a 1d20+7 for further charming your own men into not bickering.

+3 for ideas on how to remove conflict for your favor among your charmed crew?
+2 for ideas on how to charm the crew into not doing this.
+1 for expressing an opinion on all these men wanting to win your heart.
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Rolled 1 (1d20)

>>2146594
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Rolled 9 (1d20)

>>2146594
>>
W E W

Somehow, Elizabeth's attempts at charming simply make the men even more envious of one another, and soon after a speech the men positively are seething with anger at each other...

The men's envy however, quickly turns into anger at their comrades, and they begin to physically attack one in another in an attempt to earn your favor, in somesort of... Mutiny for love?

So, do anons want to use... Scottish Rage?

>...Yes.
>....No.

If you want to, also you can shapeshift.
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>>2146604
>>...Yes.
>>
Elizabeth, frustrated by her men bickering and fighting among themselves for her love, gets quite angry about this.

Roll me a 1d20 to intimidate your men to stop bickering for you!

+3 for ASSERTING YOURSELF LIKE A STRONG INDEPENDENT PIRATE QUEEN!
+3 for INTIMIDATING THEM SOMEHOW!

Shapeshifting may grant a bonus, but it's optional depending on what form.
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Rolled 6 + 12 (1d20 + 12)

>>2146607
>>
Allowing a samefagging for ASSERTION
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Rolled 6 + 12 (1d20 + 12)

>>2146609
"Just do it"
>have to leave soon
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Rolled 84 (1d100)

Great Failure!

Elizabeth... Well, Elizabeth flounders in an attempt to control her own men, attempting to assert herself to no real avail.

Eventually, Elizabeth, unable to corral her men, retreats into her cabin to formulate a strategy to get them back under control..

God, how hard can it be to simply get them to stop fighting? Do they even know I'm married for God's sake?

It seems so far that assertion has failed, and charming them has simply made things worse...

You sigh, and decide to wait this whole thing out...

Ignore my roll.
>>
It erh...

It sounds like the situation is only intensifying on the deck, and as you peek out a door, you see the men are in a full-fledged deck brawl. Luckily without weapons, but the entire ship is fighting itself.

Elizabeth is really unsure on how to go about this.

Actions

>...Try to assert herself again?
>Charm more? Though uh, that might make the situation worse..
>Pheromones/Spells?
>Let them just uh... Go at that for a while, while you wait in your cabin.
>...Encourage this aggressive loyalty towards you?
>Shapeshift.
>Write-in
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>>2146614
>...Encourage this aggressive loyalty towards you?
What can you do? Just let it settle itself out.
>>
>>2146614
>shapeshift
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Rolled 17 (1d20)

Rolling.
>>
Shit, well, someone else posted.

Long story short, most of thr crew continues the brawling until morning.

What could even be causing this?

Careful to examine, you wait until dark when the brawling concludes. In order to make yourself more safe, you Shapeshift...

Any specific form?

> No, no Shapeshift
> Specify
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>>2146624
half-dragon form
>>
Elizabeth of course, exits her personal cabin to examine the crew.

While they sleep, Liz carefully closes up to one of the sailors in particular, jotting down notes mentally as she examines him...
However, as she draws closer, she notices he grows increasingly restless in his sleep.

"...I... I'll have that woman, one day..."

Strange.

As she lowers herself to his head, looking for signs of sleep deprivation, he starts to cough, and small puffs of green... Well, smoke, exit his mouth.

You grab him quickly by the mouth to silence him, and you can't help but notice his eyes have grown... Very, very dilated.

And rather then resist, he patiently holds your hand. Which of course, you push him away, and tell him to get back to sleep. Which he does so immediately.


You carefully chalk up the facts, and move to another man to see if similar effects. This time, careful to grab a vial... The same thing repeats itself, and you capture some of that green smoke coming out of his mouth.

You head back to your cabin, carefully examining the green smoke, but with your lack of equipment, you have to do with some rudimentary tools...

All you manage to really learn from it, is that it seems to eminant constantly from you... Sort of like a gaseous pheromone. In fact, that's exactly what it is, you think, after attempting to condense more of the pheromonic gas in another vial.

There seems to be tons of this stuff coming off of you, constantly.

A bit weirded out by this, you go to examine yourself in a mirror, and notice that uh...


You seem to have a green aura around you, of this pheromonic material. This was absolutely not there a few hours ago.

Deciding to boldly investigate further, you inhale some of the pheromone from the vial... And feel... Great. You feel like you could take on the world, with your great body, great mind, and more importantly, these powerful pheromones.

Your ego is now 200, it previously was 100.
>>
After this, Elizabeth decides to investigate a bit closer, and looks over her body for anything causing this particular increase in pheromone production.
The erh... Only real difference seems to be in a strange birthmark on her arms, that of a five-headed dragon. Like the one from her dreams.

In her half dragon form she shifts to, she notices that... Well, the pheromones begin to clog up the room extremely fast, and Elizabeth begins to get a big of an ego-high, but shifts quickly enough to avoid this.

Elizabeth's pheromones have... Upgraded?

If Elizabeth is in a indoor enviroment, her pheromones will condense quite fast, becoming extremely effective and can even slightly effect herself. Her pheromones can also be used as a drug/material in potion making.
Elizabeth's pheromones have seemingly begun to change.

Unable to really do anything else, Elizabeth monitors her body for the next few hours, and erh... Well, beyond her room becoming chalk-full of pheromone smog, smelling like a wonderful mix of incense and mystifying her room, she can't help but notice her skin becoming rough, and her eyes even becoming slit, and that strange birthmark growing slightly... Becoming more of a tatoo.
Elizabeth also cannot breathe at this point in her room, without taking in mouthfuls of her ego-boosting pheromone, which is progressively making her more and more attracted to herself and how great she is.

Elizabeth's ego is now 350.

Actions

>Investigate to the max!
>...Let whatever happening just uh... Happen. It might be good?
>Attempt to pray and meditate on it.
>...Experiment with the men. Perhaps you can discover more of what's going on.
>...You know, you should bottle up more of that pheromone... It SMELLS great, and smells like VICTORY AND POWER!
>Leave the room! You shouldn't be breathing this stuff...
>Try to experiment how this works in your other forms?
>Write-in
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>>2146651
>Investigate to the max!
>>
>>2146651
>Experiment with the men.Perhaps you can discover more of what's going on.
>>
Roll me a 1d20+8 to INVESTIGATE YOURSELF first!

+3 for ideas on how to do so.
+2 for trying to think of something to take notes on beyond your mind. Paper doesn't exist yet...
+1 for theories?

If everything's done, autosuccess.

Then we'll move on to see what effects this has on other people beyond yourself!
>>
Rolled 3 + 8 (1d20 + 8)

>>2146665
>2cool2write
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>>2146667
No wonder your tag basically says Edgy

Anyways, allowing a samefag for theories.
>>
3+8=11

Elizabeth fails to do much beyond take in too many pheromones, as she begins to get a ego-high.

Elizabeth's ego is now 500.

Elizabeth can't help but lay down in her gold hoard, thinking about all the grandiose things she could get one day... A nice, huge cave the size of a skyscraper, with a few hundred canvas paintings of her in various poses... And admirers as far as the eye can see, giving her all sorts of tribute...

She however, shakes out of it. She's far too important to waste time, that's for those of lower class, blood, and most importantly, size.

God, it's nice being large and important. Larger then life, almost.

Elizabeth goes out to examine the effects her clustered up pheromones have on others...

Do you want to take them to your personal quarters, where it's dense enough to be a thick fog, or go out actively?

>Take them into your quarters.
>Examine gradual effects. Get closer to one of the crewmen and examine the effects over time.
>>
>>2146674
>Take them into your quarters.
>>
>>2146676
>>
Positively glowing with pride, you simply grab the closest crewman, and gently put him in your room.

The effects are... Practically instant. You notice his eyes turn dilated practically instantly, his body has gone slump with relaxation. He's instantly charmed, it seems, and unable to resist anything you say... You even manage to get him to clean up your room and pay extra attention to doing so!

It seems Elizabeth's pheromones instantly charm someone without a save if they're clustered up like this...

Of course, you detect his thoughts become more and more idolizing of you as he's exposed to a slowly increasing amount of pheromones...

Actions

>Shapeshift. See if that changes anything.
>Wait an hour and see the effects.
>...Take him out. He's been exposed enough.
>Wait outside. You'd rather not get more influenced by your own pheromones...
>Write-in
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>>2146686
>Wait an hour and see the effects.
>Shapeshift. See if that changes anything.
Human
>>
>>2146686
>>Wait an hour and see the effects.
let's see if it becomes fatal
>>
>>2146690
Already in human form.
>>
You decide to wait an hour.

Elizabeth's ego is now 750. Her head, in her 8 foot cabin, has hit the roof. And she's in human form to boot.

You can't help but smile prestigiously at this. Of course, you deserved this, after all you do.

The man seems to grow increasingly idolizing of Elizabeth, to an alarming degree. He thinks of her as being unable to do anything wrong, let alone wrong him. He's however, beginning to have respiratory problems, but it doesn't seem too difficult.

Like a good crewman, he fetches you some wine and grapes, and you decide to rest on your gold pile, ordering him around to do various tasks, such as filing your nails or other such trivial things for a dragon such as yourself... Even if your disguised in your human form. Such a poor-fitting form.

Do anons want to wait further?

>Yes.
>...Wait a minute, switch pheromones.
>Examine yourself more closely.
>No.
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>>2146698
>Yes.
>>
Liz's ego hits 900.

She grows increasingly larger, to the point her tiny bed of gold feels... So small.

She also begins to refer to the crew as "serfs", and as herself as a "dragon" fully now.

"...Serf, tell me, why do we have such poor vintage wine? Surely, we don't have anything older?"

"...Sorry m'lady, there was nothing else."

"Ah... Well, your service is apperciated anyways, serf. Tell the rest of the crew that when we get to harbor to requisition some from the local winery. Finest vintage only, this disgusting vintage is not suitable for my tongue."

"...I'll make sure to tell the crew."

"Ah, yes, yes... Thank you. Tell them that they can... Oh, drink this. I won't sully my tongue with such rot."

He eagerly takes the barrel of wine to the crew, while you lord over the cabin in it's entirely.

When he comes back, he's still very eager to serve. Like the good human serf he is.

"...Tell me, how far is Jerusalem?"

"A week's travel, your beautiful highness."

"Ah, good. Good... Do they know we are coming, perchance?"

"No."

"Tis' a shame then, they'd be entertaining the highest class of nobility..."

You tap your claw-like finger on your throne... Or bed, rather.

You can't help but observe your subject's thoughts, and he's practically thinking of you as his direct, sole leader, no matter what. Nothing else.

How lovely. You tell him to reward himself with double rations, and mention how he's an paragon of loyalty compared to the rest of the crew, who find it so strange to even bow at your mere presence! How insulting! Sure, they might think of you as lovely, but you are FAR more then that. You are their master, for God's sake, and such an insult...

You calm yourself. They've merely have yet to adjust to your glorious reign. Long may you live, indeed.

Actions

>...Maybe it's time to go out and exert yourself by getting the crew to accept your position.
>...No, no... It is time to relax. You should rest while you can. (Wait another hour.)
>Shapeshift to another one of your glorious forms...
>Write-in
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>>2146716
>...Maybe it's time to go out and exert yourself by getting the crew to accept your position.
>>
Welp.

Choose a way to do this.

>Intimidate them gloriously.
>Gloriously charm them.
>Shed your human form for something more... Glorious.
>Clearly, your glorious pheromones must be responsible for your correct assertion that you are indeed, glorious. Gloriously gas the decks.
>Write-in
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>>2146731
>Gloriously charm them.
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>>2146731

>Clearly, your glorious pheromones must be responsible for your correct assertion that you are indeed, glorious. Gloriously gas the decks.

The most glorious of crop-dustings?
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Elizabeth begins to GLORIOUSLY CHARM her lesser subjects into absolute loyalty!

Roll me a 1d20+8 for GLORIOUS CHARM!

+3 for amazing ideas for charming the serfs into absolute loyalty of you! Nothing less!
+1 for prolonging your men's exposure to your pheromones.
+1 for egotistically asserting yourself among the men. Of course they need to see you as a natural leader, and truly, their greatest liege they could ever hope to serve.
+1 for being a nice feudal liege pirate queen to those who follow you, of course!
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Rolled 12 + 8 (1d20 + 8)

>>2146857
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Rolled 6 + 14 (1d20 + 14)

>>2146857

>"Loyalty to me shall include balms for all your ills! No longer shall you or your wives and children be stricken and laid low by scourges such as cholera, scurvy and rickets! As well as time to spend with them, for what point is plundering the seas if you never stop to enjoy the booty? And the ability to live comfortably in your older years, when you are no longer able to rig the mizzenmasts, or draw the anchor!"
>Line the men up in a straight line on the deck, and march up and down that line, exuding pheromones as she marches.
>Make sure to fluff up their egos a little for being smart enough to recognize you as a great leader and be your loyal followers, but remind them that being in the presence of greatness is also a reward on its own. Whatever Liz sees fit to give them in addition to being in her glorious presence is mere sprinkles atop the ice cream.
>Make sure to put the one pirate who's been serving you the last few hours front and center for what they can achieve as well, if they put their minds to it and try hard enough.
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Allowing samefagging for more ideas for prolonging exposure to your glory/pheromones and of course, making them do some tasks to make you extra /comfy/ and also help them come to love you.
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Rolled 16 + 14 (1d20 + 14)

>>2146902

>Have them draw you up a comfortable pile of cushions and pillows to sit upon while addressing them, and some fans to fan you with, both to keep you comfortably cool, and to push your pheromones around everywhere.
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16+14=30

Elizabeth of course, gets her loyal serfs absolutely enamored with her by the time she's tired out from speaking. The crew seems even more enamored, if that was even possible.

Elizabeth retires to her chambers soon after...

Do you want to do any more experimentation?

>Shift to another form! Perhaps your different in that one?
>Use a different pheromone.
>Sleep, you're exhausted.
>Write-in
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>>2146916
>Use a different pheromone.
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>>2146916

>Shift to another form! Perhaps your different in that one?
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>>2146933
>>2146937
Specify please.
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>>2146937

Half dragon, specifically.
And try some calming pheromones, that should be 'fun'.
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Rolled 21, 99, 42, 47 = 209 (4d100)

Elizabeth switches to her half-dragon form, and carefully moves out of the way of the tiny ceiling.

It seems like her ego contributing to size has slighty led to her having to basically crawl in her own room. It's so tiny...

You also feel the boat tip a bit over towards your side...

Luckily, nothing really happens.

You however, can't help but notice something...

Your tattoo of the dragon is now at arm's length! Huh.

Also, ignore my rolling.
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Elizabeth sort of uh...

Well, she notices that firstly, she has wings on her back. Curled up, but seem quite effective at getting flight!

Secondly, she uh... She notices that her scales are... Exceptionally thick. A bullet certainly would have a problem penetrating her heavy scales now! (Elizabeth's armor has permanetly increased!)

Elizabeth is unsure of what the third mutation is.

Elizabeth has a splitting headache for some reason.

Elizabeth's pheromones also are SEEPING throughout the room, turning it from a dark green to a light green... Smelling of mint. It really is relaxing...

Her ego doesn't increase, and she feels at extreme ease. Like all the stress in the world is gone.

Do anything else?

>Shapeshift.
>Take a nap.
>Use a different pheromone.
>...Meditate a bit. You have time, certainly...
>Write-in
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>>2146972

>...Meditate a bit. You have time, certainly...
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>>2147020
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Re-posting as asked by QM on Discord.

You well... Decide to meditate, actually. It's really, really soothing.

You soon pass out however.


"...Hello?"

You open your eyes to uh... A large, imposing five-headed dragon in front of you. Your ego seems to be back to normal here.

"...Hi. So, I see your the mortal I've heard so much about."

The absolutely towering dragon pierces your very soul with her stare.

"Erh... Hi."

"...I see you assume your just as good as a dragon, judging from your... Excessive ego."

"To be fair, I'm not normally like that. It was all those pheromones..."

"...I see, mortal."

Roll me a 1d20+2 to see how well this goes.

+1 for attempting to know WHAT this being is.
+1 for trying to get on good terms with it?
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Rolled 14 + 2 (1d20 + 2)

>>2147062
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Rolled 2 + 12 (1d20 + 12)

>>2147062
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Rolled 9 + 4 (1d20 + 4)

>>2147062


>"Weh-well, it certainly SEEMS similar to that constellation that winked at me in my dream...only this one is far more imposing, and I don't think that I'm exactly dreaming right now."
>Put on our best public relations and queenly smile, and try to be friendly. "How do you do? My name is Elizabeth, Queen of England and her colonies, wife to Renexious, and Empress of the Byzantine Empire. I assume that you have brought my consciousness here for some benefit to yourself, and I am delighted to be able to treat with you. I assume that you take offense to my dragon nature. Would it be presumptuous to assume it was because my dear husband made me this way, instead of being born as such? If you think me unfit to the task of being dragon, please, let me assure you that I am doing all that I can to act in proper dragon fashion, as learned from my dear husband, and am ever working forward towards the goals of increasing my land holdings, my monetary holdings, and the hearts, minds and loyalties of my people. As I understand it, these are the tenets of dragon-kind. Am I doing wrong in pursuing my goals? Are those not the ends to which dragons dream?"
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14+4=18

"...Well, I'm surprised you predicted my main problems. Now, it's not about how you act, it's more along the lines of your allegiance is on shaky ground... Along with your husbands."

"...Allegiance?"

"Ah, right. You may call me Tiamat, the Goddess of the Chromatics, so to speak. My brother is Bahamut, leader of the Metallic ones, that sort of deal. You yourself owe your loyalty to me, but we'll get to that in time..."

"What do you want?"

"Well, to get to know you a bit before coming to any... Harsh decisions, and of course, to see if I can't get you to agree on something."

"Oh... Wait, you said you were a... God?"

"...Yes?"

"...That's a... Bit strange."

"...Why? It's not p... Oh, right. Your lot of mortals aren't used to deities meddleing much. You should be very much assured that I am indeed, very real, and indeed, a very powerful ally if need be. You remember that pheromone dose you were emitting?"

"Yes? Was that you?"

"Yes. But rest assured, that was a mere example of my power... Additionally, I find your compatriots to be a smelly lot, and quite harsh on the nose. I didn't precisely want to subject you to a foul temper before we began these delicate topics..."

"Oh, I understand completely. The whiff gets all the way to my cabin."

"Oh, no kidding. How do you put up with such... Barbarians?"

"Oh, I've dealt with my husband and his kids, I'm used to people smelling like blood."

"Ah. Well, not that, I was referring to the body oder they constantly emit... Disgusting mammals."

"...Oh."

"...Now, anyways... I was talking about something..."

"Your power?"

"Ah, that, yes. Now... You and Ren get along well, is that correct?"

"Oh, yes, yes. Extremely well... Or at least, until recently."

She perks one of her... Eyescales or eyebrows or whatever in interest.

"Are you referring to that... Incident?"

"...Yes."

'...Oh, don't feel bad. Your husband does it plenty too, and your secret's safe with me."

She gives a bit of an understanding wink.

"...Oh... Erh, why?"

"...Well, if only so I can say you two are a better couple then any of Bahamut's children..."

"Ego, then."

"Yes, a bit of it. But also because the two of you are fulfilling your mission quite well..."

"Mission?"

"Well, it's the goal of every dragon to service me, in the end. Even you. It's practically hard-wired into your DNA now, and you two are fulfilling my plans well... Maybe not amazingly, but far better then most of my followers."

"...What do you mean?"

"...Well, young one, basically that our fates are intertwined a bit. You conquer your little blue ball of a world, that belongs to me now, understand? The first great world... It's about time, honestly."

"...Other gods have..."

"Yes, yes... Other gods indeed have other planets they own. Even Bahamut. However, I've always been stopped by heroes or fate or... Whatnot. Your world is unique in not having any of that nonsense.

Actions

>...Continue listening?
>Ask a question?
>Write-in
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>>2147780
>>...Continue listening?
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>>2147780

>Ask a question?

Can you elaborate some more on that? What planet does Bahamut have anyway?
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"...Can you elaborate more on that? What planet does Bahamut have anyways?"

"...Well, you see, it's a bit complicated. Essentially, think of a planet owned by a god as being a representation of said god... It's fairly simple, actually."

"What planet does Bahamut have anyways?"

"...I don't recall precisely, but it's somewhere out on the Outer Rim. No where near here."

"Oh."

"Now... As to something else, I was going to ask you... Would there be any chance you'd be willing to worship me?"

"What?"

"...Well, your husband refused for your sake, so I decided to ask you directly. It'd be quite helpful to my cause."

Actions

>...Hell no! I'd never convert!
>...How do I even know your real!?
>...Do you have any reason I should?
>...Erh... I'm not saying yes... But I mean... Does my husband want to?
>Write-in
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>>2147840
>>...Do you have any reason I should?
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>>2147840
>I can't really worship you,but I can pay a tribute to you
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>>2147840
>...Do you have any reason I should?
>I can't really worship you,but I can pay a tribute to you
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>>2147840
>>...Do you have any reason I should?
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>>2147840
>...Do you have any reason I should?
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"...Well, do you have any reason I should?"

"...Beyond it being the natural state of being?"

"...Yes?"

"Well, simply put, I'm the only real goddess who understands chromatics. Since I am after all, the progenitor. Any other real religion is a great way to end up in the fires of... Whatever afterlife they dislike, and honestly, I'm the only real goddess rewarding traditional, good, honest chromatic behavior. Which both you and your husband get up to plenty."

"...Ah, so afterlife?"

"Yes, a good comfortable one. Oh, and of course, ultimate power over your foes, etc, etc..."

"That's not very... Specific."

She sighs.

"Enchanted items, tasty adventurers, I'm not really sure what more you could want. All I expect is that you assert draconic supremacy, and recognize my ultimate dominance. Worship is... Overstated."

"...Overstated?"

"...Have you tried to get a dragon to pray? Bah, my prayers are mostly through action. Dominating mortals, slavery, turning them into chunky salsa, demanding excessive tribute, kidnapping princesses and princes..."

"...Oh."

"...Prayer is by far one of the things I want the least of. It's worthless. I'd much rather have lands conquered or mortals to dominate in their afterlives. Meanwhile, what I typically do for my champions is a good plan. Great dental... Oh, and a pact with kobolds. They for some reason, see me as their progenitor... Not really true, but still, they're fine cultists and servants. Oh, and finally, encouraging your body's natural mutation cycle a bit more."

Actions

>...Sounds... Pleasant?
>...I'm surprised Renexizious didn't just sign right up.
>...Why do you not need prayer?
>...No thanks.
>...Could I worship another god besides you?
>...You sound like a stereotypical villain.
>Write-in
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>>2148175
>...Sounds... Pleasant?
>...I'm surprised Renexizious didn't just sign right up.
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>>2148175
>>...Could I worship another god besides you?
>>...You sound like a stereotypical villain.
I mean, Liz has some Ego. But Tiamat is talking like a Saturday Morning Cartoon Villain.
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>>2148175
>...Sounds... Pleasant?
>...I'm surprised Renexizious didn't just sign right up.
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>>2148175
>...Sounds... Pleasant?
>...I'm surprised Renexizious didn't just sign right up.
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"...You sound like a saturday morning cartoon villian."

"...What?"

"You erh... You don't understand. Why exactly is this... Morally good?"

"...You're implying I actually do care about what you do in the first place. All I desire for is to usurp the Gods themselves, and the domination of all lesser species."

"...Erh..."

"Oh come on, don't tell me you're one of "those" dragons who think they're equal or something."

"Oh, erh... No, not really... You know, you really do sound like the type of god Ren would like."

She smiles a bit.

"Oh, thank you. If you told him that, and he took it to heart, I'd greatly enjoy it."

"...I mean, sure?"

"Great... But yes, in case you were wondering, the only reason he said no was because of you... So once again, I don't want to ferry myself back and forth..."

"So you want me to convert..."

"Yes, if you could. Besides, your "God" doesn't even exist outside of your dimension. Why, he even hates both you and Renexizious, and no doubt will hate what your children will become... So why not just simply join me? It's far easier, I won't judge if you decide to burn down some villages, we all do that sometimes... It's all understanding here. Not to mention of course, have I mentioned Chaos?"

"...Chaos?"

"Oh, yes. That pest you and Ren deal with so much... Well, I think you'll be happy to know that I'd be more then pleased to assist you in removing them, if you help me in my goals..."

"I see. Why are you reaching out like this?"

"...Mostly because I sense your starting to wrap up your little world conquest, and I think it was about high time I introduce myself. Besides, I too don't desire Chaos warping my home dimension or my followers... I'd prefer that for myself."

Actions

>...I suppose I can convert...
>Ask a question.
>...No, no... Tell Ren he can do it if he wants to, alright?
>...I refuse to! How dare you!
>Write-in
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>>2148374
>...I suppose I can convert...
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>>2148374
>...I suppose I can convert...
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>>2148374
>>...I refuse to! How dare you!
Guys, if you don't know. she's like super christian. Her husband was the pope.
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>>2148374
>...I suppose I can convert...
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>>2148404
Yeah, but God hates her. Not very tempting to go with him.
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>>2148374
>...I suppose I can convert...
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>>2148423
Cause you know. the sayings of one evil god over says everything.
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...She briefly considers this... Not going to hell would be good... But still...

She's not really sure, and somewhat worried.

"...Did I mention free priest titles? You know, such as high priestess? Cults? Oh, and also, don't worry about daemon summoning. It's all good."

"...I really don't feel comfortable with this..."

"...Come on, you'll feel so much better after. No original sin, nothing like that... You and Ren can dominate mortals for an eternity, and no God to intervene or tell you that's wrong..."

Tiamat is of course, getting closer to you, anticipating your answer...

Are anons really, really sure about converting?

>Yes. (Convert to Tiamet. (Lawful Evil. She's not really going to bother you unless you really fuck up or act really moralistic. Greatly enjoys pride, conquest, greed, and generally bullying weaklings and mortals. Bonuses: Kobolds are automatically loyal upon finding them, increased mutation rates, increased loot from raids... At the cost of 1% of your income every year, and severe hatred from Good and Neutral deities, and an eternal rivalship with Metallic Dragons.)
>No! (Remain Christian, a widespread religion in the world with no drawbacks or bonuses.)
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>>2148483
>Yes. (Convert to Tiamet. (Lawful Evil. She's not really going to bother you unless you really fuck up or act really moralistic. Greatly enjoys pride, conquest, greed, and generally bullying weaklings and mortals. Bonuses: Kobolds are automatically loyal upon finding them, increased mutation rates, increased loot from raids... At the cost of 1% of your income every year, and severe hatred from Good and Neutral deities, and an eternal rivalship with Metallic Dragons.)
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>>2148483
>Yes. (Convert to Tiamet. (Lawful Evil. She's not really going to bother you unless you really fuck up or act really moralistic. Greatly enjoys pride, conquest, greed, and generally bullying weaklings and mortals. Bonuses: Kobolds are automatically loyal upon finding them, increased mutation rates, increased loot from raids... At the cost of 1% of your income every year, and severe hatred from Good and Neutral deities, and an eternal rivalship with Metallic Dragons.)
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>>2148483
>Yes. (Convert to Tiamet. (Lawful Evil. She's not really going to bother you unless you really fuck up or act really moralistic. Greatly enjoys pride, conquest, greed, and generally bullying weaklings and mortals. Bonuses: Kobolds are automatically loyal upon finding them, increased mutation rates, increased loot from raids... At the cost of 1% of your income every year, and severe hatred from Good and Neutral deities, and an eternal rivalship with Metallic Dragons.)
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>>2148483
>>Yes. (Convert to Tiamet. (Lawful Evil. She's not really going to bother you unless you really fuck up or act really moralistic. Greatly enjoys pride, conquest, greed, and generally bullying weaklings and mortals. Bonuses: Kobolds are automatically loyal upon finding them, increased mutation rates, increased loot from raids... At the cost of 1% of your income every year, and severe hatred from Good and Neutral deities, and an eternal rivalship with Metallic Dragons.)
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Elizabeth, begrudingly agrees.

Tiamat gives a large smile.

"...Ah, wonderful... Now, as to your gift for being so... Well, compliant..."

"Gift?"

"Yes... Mostly for such a speedy conversion."

Actions

>...Ask if she could erh... Improve the relationship between you and Ren maybe?
>...Upgrade a specific mutation.
>Ask for guidance?
>Ask some questions.
>...Turn it down.
>Write-in for gift ideas?
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>>2148533
>...Ask if she could erh... Improve the relationship between you and Ren maybe?
>Ask for guidance?
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>>2148533
>...Upgrade a specific mutation.
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>>2148533
>...Upgrade a specific mutation.
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Could you specify mutation?

Like Pheromones,Attractive, Huge, etc?
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>>2148594
How would the pheromones improve? Doesn't her favor already increase them?
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>>2148594
>Huge
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>>2148594
Screw it, just mutate Huge.
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>>2148533
Take it from a veteran player, we want to upgrade one of her strongest mutations. Genius.
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>>2148669
This
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>>2148598
They'd get get impossibly good. In fact, it would max them out.

Looks like a tie, I'll give anons 15 minutes to decide before rolling.

Also, if you guys are new, welcome onboard the EDQ meme train.
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>>2148669
Voting for genius then.
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Choose one thing to upgrade in particular about Genius.

>Mutagenic Genius (Elizabeth gets access to some crazy biological/mutagenic stuff, and can go a bit crazy with them. She can also make mutagens on the fly or in poor conditions.)
>Technological Master (Futuristic technology doesn't require a roll to use, and in addition, Elizabeth gains a bonus when inventing.)
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>>2148720
>Mutagenic Genius (Elizabeth gets access to some crazy biological/mutagenic stuff, and can go a bit crazy with them. She can also make mutagens on the fly or in poor conditions.)
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>>2148720
>Mutagenic Genius (Elizabeth gets access to some crazy biological/mutagenic stuff, and can go a bit crazy with them. She can also make mutagens on the fly or in poor conditions.)
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Elizabeth is now a Mutagenic Geinus.

...Now, is there anything else?

Actions

>Press for... One more gift.
>...Ask a question?
>...Maybe you can see how Ren's doing? Ask her a bit about Ren.
>Ask to return back?
>Write-in
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>>2148786
>...Maybe you can see how Ren's doing? Ask her a bit about Ren.
>Ask to return back?
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>>2148801
This
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>>2148786
>>Press for... One more gift.
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>>2148801
>>2148808
We're like the most charisma person to ever charisma. We're more charismatic than the 2000 foot dragon is strong. Let's press this shit.
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>>2148786
>...Maybe you can see how Ren's doing? Ask her a bit about Ren.
>Press for... One more gift.
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Hey, just wondering, ddo we have any new anons? I'm not really used to running with 4 anons.

"...How's my husband doing?"

"Good, from what I know. Though I will say that he's quite good on the battlefield."

"He's fighting?"

"...Yes, he is."

"...God, I hope he doesn't get hurt."

"Goddess, you mean."

You sigh.

"...Well... Could I have one more gift?"

"...Interested in one more?"

"Yes..."

"...Well, I'll grant a second one to you, if you do something easy for me."

"...What is it?"

"...Simply make me the target of your chapel, and consecrate it with loot and force your men to attend.. I'd like a small shrine."

Actions

>...Sure, I suppose. (Specify one mutation to upgrade besides Genius!)
>No, no... I'm good.
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>>2148847
>...Sure, I suppose. (Specify one mutation to upgrade besides Genius!)
Max pheromones.
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I finished reading the archive a few hours ago. First thread.
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>>2148885
Hang on, crying over the fact I have a new anon in my quest, finally some new blood. If you to, you can also join the discord.

Anyways, continuing with this in 5 minutes, waiting to see if anyone's going to post.
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>>2148847
>...Sure, I suppose. (Specify one mutation to upgrade besides Genius!)

Upgrade draconic supremacy. It kinda feel so right since this run in with Tiamat.
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Alright, rolling in 10.

Draconic Supremacy Upgrade basically results in huge happiness bonuses from being a ruler and doing dragony things.
Pheromone Upgrade results in Liz's pheromones having ultimate power, basically.
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>>2148847
>...Sure, I suppose. (Specify one mutation to upgrade besides Genius!)
Draconic Supremacy
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>>2148945
>Draconic Supremacy Upgrade basically results in huge happiness bonuses from being a ruler and doing dragony things.
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>>2148945

Upgrade Huge Heart. Be contrarian! She doesn't control us!
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Draconic Supremacy has now been upgraded to Draconic Ultrasupremacy!

Elizabeth will no longer have a problem with turning people, willing or not, into draconic beings.
Elizabeth gets along twice as well with dragons.
Elizabeth gets giddy at the mere mention of "slaves" or "conquest" or "raiding", let alone ruling!

Elizabeth also now is a firm believer in spreading the draconic race.

"...Ah, you know.... You make far, far more sense now. I can see why I'd worship a being such as you."

"Ah, truly? Such a good gift you've chosen. Perhaps some day you'll come to idolize me. Of course, I assume you already get plenty of idolizing as it is. Both by dragons and humans, no?'

'...Dragons idolize me too?"

"Well, you have an absolutely absurd amount of children... You know, you've had more children born then other dragons have had in the last 40 years, total. Not to mention such a loving and open relationship. Both of you go see other people..."

"I don't, though."

"Well, you did at least once. Renexizious however, oh he's absolutely a serial seducer."

"...I know."

"...Why are you so annoyed by that? It's simple genetics. When have you ever met a dragon that's capable of being with only a single partner?"

"Myself?"

Tiamat laughs quite heavily at this.

"Oh my! That was well placed. Truth be told, you're in the end little different from him, save for seeking idolization rather then explicitly sex. Why, I bet he's quite annoyed with all of your idolizers, hm?"

"...It gets to him sometimes."

"So then you turn around and call him out on seducing a small handful of women, while you seduce the masses? I still remember your... Explicit lack of decency, you know."

"...Don't remind me."

"...Oh, I won't again. But still, both of you have an absolutely lovely relationship. Now of course, I know that your husband doesn't want any children..."

"...Yes... I mean, I'd prefer to not have any more for now."

"...Ah. It's just that desperate?"

"A bit, yes... It drives me crazy."

"Oh, I don't doubt it... But you know, both of you have done more for dragonkind then most of my current lineage has. So I have to say, I'm quite proud of Ren and to a lesser extent, you, for being such a faithful wife, and promoters of dragonkind."

"...Ah. Could we..."

"Talk about something else? If you so wish..."

"Yeah. So... I was wondering something... I erh... You can't help with the relationship, could you?"

She smiles a bit... Sweetly this time.

"You know, in all my years of existance, I've never played a matchmaker for any of my lineage... For Ren, yes?"

"Yes?"

"Oh, good. Is there anything in specific? I myself have a few ideas"

Actions

>...No, I'm curious in what you come up with.
>...I'd like him to stop sleeping around with others so much... Or at least think of me a bit more.
>...I'd like him to forgive me upon hearing of my... Mistake.
>...Nevermind, this is stupid...
>...I'd like him to be more... Assertive at home. Recently he's just so... Distant.
>Write-in
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>>2150134
>>...I'd like him to forgive me upon hearing of my... Mistake.
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Waiting for a few more votes.
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>>2150134
>...I'd like him to forgive me upon hearing of my... Mistake.
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You decide to ask for forgiveness.

"...I'll get the message along, alright?"

"Good. Thank you."

She nods, and you return back to reality.

Elizabeth feels... The same back in her half-dragon form, which is still teetering the ship a bit due to it's heavy weight.

As she wakes up, and bumps her head against the ceiling, causing a small dent, she realizes that her room is still chalk-full of pheromones... And she still feels really, really relaxed...

Elizabeth's ego is now 400.

Elizabeth ponders briefly over what to do now...

That's when she hears a knock on her door.

"Captain! We're coming up to Jerusalem now!"

"Ah, good... Good."

...Your voice is a bit... More intimidating now. Though still very calm and relaxed.

Huh.

Actions

>Shapeshift before leaving!
>...Dock in Jerusalem, and begin to search for Claw, or stock up. (Specify either one.)
>Switch PoVs.
>Change destinations to Britain.
>...Begin some piracy. Why not?
>...Raid the city.
>Write-in
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>>2150210
>...Raid the city.
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>>2150210
>>...Dock in Jerusalem, and begin to search for Claw, or stock up. (Specify either one.)
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>>2150210
>...Dock in Jerusalem, and begin to search for Claw, or stock up. (Specify either one.)
Search
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>>2150210
>>...Dock in Jerusalem, and begin to search for Claw, or stock up. (Specify either one.)
Search
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You decide to search for Claw in Jerusaelm, and begin your journey there...

Do anons want to switch PoVs while Liz searches?

>Switch to Claw at Aleppo
>Switch to Renexizious (You'll get to slightly influence how he'll take the whole "mistake" thing.
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>>2150238
>Switch to Renexizious (You'll get to slightly influence how he'll take the whole "mistake" thing.
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>>2150238
>Switch to Renexizious (You'll get to slightly influence how he'll take the whole "mistake" thing.
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You are now Renexizious, and have successfully traveled the rather dull dungeon, having snuck up on the command tent of the Romans...

Of course, there's not too many guards around, and you and Flames are considering how to best get in there...

"We should just charge in. There's no reinforcements and we don't really care about the alarm..."

"...I'd rather just go full dragon and stomp the tent. But well, I see the merit in wanting to take the hard way..."

...What do?

>...Go with your own plan. Shift to dragon form, and commence Operation: Stomp.
>...Go with Flames plan of charging in there and murdering them all.
>Shapeshift
>Cast a spell?
>Write-in
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>>2150254
>...Go with Flames plan of charging in there and murdering them all.
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>>2150254
>...Go with your own plan. Shift to dragon form, and commence Operation: Stomp.
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>>2150254
>...Go with your own plan. Shift to dragon form, and commence Operation: Stomp.
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...So, Dragon Stomp it is?

Keep in mind, dragon stomping will alert the mortals to a giant dragon, meaning it isn't exactly sneaky at all, not to mention your dragon form is a bit weakened due to lack of heads.

But however, it's a good way to start conquering lands for yourself etc.
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Alright, Dragon Stomp it is.

You of course, sneakily shift to your dragon form, trying to remain concealed...

Just curious...

Do you want to conquer London, or just stomp this one pesky commander tent?

>...You know what would be a great gift? Conquer London for Elizabeth.
>Conquer London for yourself.
>Conquer London for the Saxons.
>Stomp a command tent. It's overkill, but there's nothing like overkill.
>Write-in
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>>2150278
>...You know what would be a great gift? Conquer London for Elizabeth.
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>>2150278
>...You know what would be a great gift? Conquer London for Elizabeth.
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>>2150278
>...You know what would be a great gift? Conquer London for Elizabeth.
>>
...You know what? You haven't gotten Elizabeth a gift for a long time. She'd absolutely, positvely, LOVE to own a second London, right?

So of course, you STOMP the shit out of the command tent, and put your attention to the first set of affairs...

Actions

>Remove the Saxon Invaders.
>Remove the Roman Defenders.
>Try to get the Romans to join you?
>Try to get the Saxons to join you?
>...Just rampage around the city. Who cares about who you stomp?
>...Better yet, raze the city to the ground, and turn it into a city of marble. For Elizabeth, of course. She'd adore that, right?
>...You know what's great? Peaceful conquest. She'd absolutely go head-over-heels for that. See about intimidating the garrison and saxons into surrendering or leaving.
>Write-in for ideas on how to make London an even better gift. Like inscribing poetry into the ruins! Or well, something romantic like that.
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>>2150290
>Remove the Saxon Invaders.
>Try to get the Romans to join you?
I think this will leave the city most intact
>>
>>2150290
this
>>
Alright...

You of course, firstly decide to remove the Saxons from the beach. And by doing so, you take flight into the sky...

Roll me a 1d20+12 for destroying Saxons.

+3 for interesting ideas on how to do so.
+1 for thinking how to best romantically present this city to Liz...
>>
Rolled 17 + 12 (1d20 + 12)

>>2150315
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17+12=39

Taking to the skies, you swoop on down to the Saxons, and with your mighty claws, pluck a longship full of great, golden buttery goodness for yourself. As you swoop up, you carefully place it on the land for later, and you set about to your business. You swoop overhead once again, breathing ice upon the encampment and freezing a few men solid. You promptly follow up with picking up longships and dropping them over their own camp. Of course, they begin to flee and break at the sight of you, and the fact most of their longships are now practically all destroyed/soon to be searched.

Now of course, you set upon the Romans...

Roll me a 1d20+4!

+3 for persuasion and fear!
+2 for of course, showing off your yuge dragon form. You're quite proud of getting it back, after all.
+1 for terrorizing Saxons more.
>>
Rolled 8 + 4 (1d20 + 4)

>>2150328
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Rolled 12 + 4 (1d20 + 4)

>>2150328
>>
>>2150328
>>2150333
“You can either join me, in which case your city remains intact, or go against me in which case you shall share the same fate as those barbarians and their fleet.”
>>
Rolled 2 + 4 (1d20 + 4)

>>2150336
>>
Allowing samefagging for excuses to show off your yugeness.
>>
Rolled 12 + 12 (1d20 + 12)

>>2150328
>>
Ah, well.

12+7=19

Renexizious unleashes a roar at the city's Roman defenders. It certainly lowers their will to fight, but their officers encourage them to reform the ranks and all that...

Hmph. Of course, officers...

That's when an onager hits your face. You don't even flinch.

Good God, do they want to die?

-100 HP.

You have about 12,000 left.

Actions

>...Go after the officers. Let them see what happens for defying you.
>Go after the siege weapons. They're the only things capable of hurting you.
>...Continue your persuasion/intimidation tactics. (Hard!)
>Write-in
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>>2150377
>>Go after the siege weapons. They're the only things capable of hurting you.
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>>2150377
>Go after the officers.
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>>2150377
>Go after the siege weapons. They're the only things capable of hurting you.
>>
>>2150377
>Go after the siege weapons. They're the only things capable of hurting you.
>>
You of course, decide to go after the siege weapons.

Which is... Trivial, to say the least. You effortlessly dodge or at least minimize the damage their onagers can do, and the scorpio bolts are simply not powerful enough to puncture through your scales. You're practically unkillable at this rate.

So of course, it's only a mere few minutes before every single Roman siege weapon has been crushed, nommed, and otherwise evicerated.

The romans quickly lose heart at this process. Simply put, none of their mortal weaponry can even hope to damage you so long as your moving. And even then, to no avail.

So, after crushing a few other officers, the Romans have surrendered.

...Now, if only in your dimension it was that easy. You could conquer cities all the time!

Actions

>Be merciful. The Romans did surrender after their siege weapons, pilas, and other weapons did nothing to you.
>...Make some examples. Decimate the legion. (As in, 10% decimate. As in, decimate 10% of the legion.)
>...What? You're just getting started. Continue the raid.
>...You know, if it's just this easy here in London... Why don't you start conquering the next city? This could be profitable, fast, and easy. Hell, the mortals practically are in awe of you already!
>Write-in
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>>2150440
>Be merciful. The Romans did surrender after their siege weapons, pilas, and other weapons did nothing to you.
>>
>>2150440
>Be merciful. The Romans did surrender after their siege weapons, pilas, and other weapons did nothing to you.
>>
You decide to of course, be merciful... You let the Legionaries go, while you assess the city, still not even touched.

...You feel a bit wrong in the fact there's not even visible damage to mark your presence. It's not supposed to be this easy, is it?

...A bit unnerved by your own effectiveness, you decide to address the plebians shocked at seeing you...

Some evil part of you just wants to do what every other dragon does, and become a one dragon dictator with no legal laws in place at all. That sounds nice.

Though uh, on the other hand, you can't help but wonder if Elizabeth would like that. Maybe, she likes tough guys. Like you, but she probably doesn't like this applying to London.

Actions

>You know, mortals have quite literally no hope of even hurting you... So why hold back? Announce a tyrannical reign of glorious draconic terror. (...Evil, but effective!)
>...Just announce this belongs to you and your wife. And no one else, period, point blank.
>...Do what your wife does, attempt to be "nice" to these plebians and talk about how their lives will improve or else. (Good... But why bother? They're not exactly capable of fighting back.)
>Write-in
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>>2150440
>Be merciful. The Romans did surrender after their siege weapons, pilas, and other weapons did nothing to you.
>>
>>2150455
>You know, mortals have quite literally no hope of even hurting you... So why hold back? Announce a tyrannical reign of glorious draconic terror. (...Evil, but effective!)
>>
>>2150455
>You know, mortals have quite literally no hope of even hurting you... So why hold back? Announce a tyrannical reign of glorious draconic terror. (...Evil, but effective!)
>>
>>2150455
>You know, mortals have quite literally no hope of even hurting you... So why hold back? Announce a tyrannical reign of glorious draconic terror. (...Evil, but effective!)
>>
...Scale of evil?

>...Only enough to inspire fear, that sort of thing (...Basically just authoritarian, not even evil, really. Basically original dimension.)
>...Who needs laws? Your whim is enough. (...Sort of evil. You can basically do shit without needing an excuse to, such as nom, kill, imprison, etc. It's evil, but not too cartoonish, and isn't too "dire")
>...You know what's great? You. Do you want to know what sucks? Mortals, and their pesky laws. (...Literally Hitler evil. Humans are 100% lower then you at all times, your whim is literal law and should be taken as such, and mortals exist to serve you and your family.)
>You want to know what sucks? Not hearing jingling of chains. The best mortal servant, is a chained one. (...Mass slavery. Basically drop any pretense of "citizens" for literal slaves. This is extremely evil, and borderline cartoon evil.)
>Write-in?

The more evil you are, the more productive your cities/civilians are... Just uh, you'll be more unpopular unless you disguise it damn well.

Also, if you want to add something specific, such as "1 out of 10 mortals have to get covered with butter, and report directly to you" or "Outlaw boots" or something horrendously evil like that, go ahead.
>>
>>2150480
>...Who needs laws? Your whim is enough. (...Sort of evil. You can basically do shit without needing an excuse to, such as nom, kill, imprison, etc. It's evil, but not too cartoonish, and isn't too "dire")
>>
>>2150480
>...Who needs laws? Your whim is enough. (...Sort of evil. You can basically do shit without needing an excuse to, such as nom, kill, imprison, etc. It's evil, but not too cartoonish, and isn't too "dire")
>>
>>2150480
>...Who needs laws? Your whim is enough. (...Sort of evil. You can basically do shit without needing an excuse to, such as nom, kill, imprison, etc. It's evil, but not too cartoonish, and isn't too "dire")
>>
You decide that your whim is literal law. Anything else is irrelevant.

Now of course, after announcing your glorious, new evil reign over this city...

The city itself is rather... Poor, honestly, and not of good quality. The legion itself even is low discipline...

What is your first commands? (Choose up to 4)

>A lair, palace, or something like that!
>Discipline your legion into a fighting force.
>Laws. You need to establish some laws. Proper, draconic laws. (Helps lower unrest, and figure out how you'll rule in the future.)
>Money. You don't have much, and you sorely need it.
>Love. Get your citizens working immediately on beautifying the city and otherwise turning it into a piece of art Elizabeth would adore!
>Industry. You want to start churning out products, and thanks to your high intelligence, you can likely set up this world's first manufactory!
>CONQUEST. Fly off to conquer more lands!
>...Order Flames to handle this for you. He's a good bean counter. (Ignore all this ruling stuff and go off conquering!)
>Write-in
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>>2150501
>A lair, palace, or something like that!
>Laws. You need to establish some laws. Proper, draconic laws. (Helps lower unrest, and figure out how you'll rule in the future.)
>Love. Get your citizens working immediately on beautifying the city and otherwise turning it into a piece of art Elizabeth would adore!
>Industry. You want to start churning out products, and thanks to your high intelligence, you can likely set up this world's first manufactory!
>>
>>2150504
This
>>
>>2150504
This works.
>>
>>2150504
>>
What sort of lair?

>Steal the Roman Governor's manor. That should do for you.
>...Order the construction of a large palace for you.
>Order a huge lair be built for you underground.
>Order a castle be built. When have you ever LIVED in a castle? You're the one always tearing them down.
>Have a lair in Tiamat's shrine?
>Write-in for ideas.
>>
>>2150529
>...Order the construction of a large palace for you.
>>
>>2150529
>...Order the construction of a large palace for you.
>>
>>2150529
>...Order the construction of a large palace for you.
>>
You order the construction of a huge palace for you in the center of town, explicitly towering over all you see...

Secondly, Laws.

This one's a bit long, so...

Status of Religion

>Secular (No official religion.)
>Tiamat (0% popularity. Tiamat Worshippers enjoy draconic dominance and law.)
>Christian (50% Popular. Christians enjoy public charity, and other good things.)

Politics

>One Man Dragon Politician (There is no "Bureaucrats", only you. You will be heavily stressed out the larger your empire gets, but prevents any corruption, incompetence, or anything like that.)
>Elected Representives (Representatives of the people decide common law. Tends to go against you, a lot in practice, and will be a constant annoyance. Low corruption, but highly annoying.)
>Nobility (...Less annoying, and usual represent the values you want them to. High corruption, but not really too annoying.)
>Write-in for ideas.

You have about 7,000 coins.
Your civilians are Very Unhappy and discontent, having just been conquered.

Taxes

>Very High (Very low Happiness. You make 12,000 coins per month.)
>High (Low happiness. You make 9000 coins per month.)
>Moderate (Moderate. You make 6000 coins per month.)
>Low (High happiness! You make 3000 coins per month!)
>None (Very high happiness! However, you don't make any income!)

Draconic Supremacy Laws

>None. You aren't going to bias yourself at all.
>...Slight. You'll have some laws in there just because you're just that good. (...Tribute of butter and money on a monthly basis, of course... Slightly impacts happiness, but you'll be a bit more happier to boot.)
>...Moderate. Why not have it favoring yourself? (...Butter, real estate, and tribute on demand... Questioning you is a crime... Sounds great! Hurts happiness a bit, but YOUR happiness rises!)
>High. (...Daily butter and tributes to you, extravagant thank yous for liberating the Britons from the Romans, questioning you can result in a one-way-trip to Nomland... Civilians have no rights if you say so, education focuses on how awesome you are and so forth. You basically have extreme luxury at the expense of your citizens. Low civilian happiness, but high personal happiness!)
>>
>>2150586
>Tiamat (0% popularity. Tiamat Worshippers enjoy draconic dominance and law.)
>Elected Representives (Representatives of the people decide common law. Tends to go against you, a lot in practice, and will be a constant annoyance. Low corruption, but highly annoying.)
>Low (High happiness! You make 3000 coins per month!)
>...Slight. You'll have some laws in there just because you're just that good. (...Tribute of butter and money on a monthly basis, of course... Slightly impacts happiness, but you'll be a bit more happier to boot.)
>>
>>2150586
>Tiamat (0% popularity. Tiamat Worshippers enjoy draconic dominance and law.)
>Elected Representives (Representatives of the people decide common law. Tends to go against you, a lot in practice, and will be a constant annoyance. Low corruption, but highly annoying.)
>Low (High happiness! You make 3000 coins per month!)
>...Slight. You'll have some laws in there just because you're just that good. (...Tribute of butter and money on a monthly basis, of course... Slightly impacts happiness, but you'll be a bit more happier to boot.)
>>
>>2150586
>Tiamat (0% popularity. Tiamat Worshippers enjoy draconic dominance and law.)
>Elected Representives (Representatives of the people decide common law. Tends to go against you, a lot in practice, and will be a constant annoyance. Low corruption, but highly annoying.)
>Low (High happiness! You make 3000 coins per month!)
>...Slight. You'll have some laws in there just because you're just that good. (...Tribute of butter and money on a monthly basis, of course... Slightly impacts happiness, but you'll be a bit more happier to boot.)
>>
Alright.

Now, for Love...

What should you do?

>...Have some statues built of you and her?
>...Try to simply beautify the city with some flowers and stuff. She likes that, doesn't she?
>Write-in for ideas? (Note, this is way more effective then the other options! The grander, the better!)
>>
>>2150632
>...Have some statues built of you and her?
>...Try to simply beautify the city with some flowers and stuff. She likes that, doesn't she?
>>
>>2150632
>...Have some statues built of you and her?
>...Try to simply beautify the city with some flowers and stuff. She likes that, doesn't she?
>>
>>2150632
>...Have some statues built of you and her?
>...Try to simply beautify the city with some flowers and stuff. She likes that, doesn't she?
>>
You decide to keep it simple and basic. For now, at least.

Finally, you set aside some land to be used for a future manufactory you have ideas for...

Now, with that all done, you take a breather and rest for a moment. You've gotten everyone organized to do their job, and...

"Hey, Ren?"

You look to your side, and see Flames. Of course, just when you thought this day was going well...

"...What do you want Flames?"

"I was wondering if you wanted me to do anything..."

Actions

>Assign him to a specific task. (Flames will make sure it gets done fast and perfectly!)
>...Tell him to go sod off.
>...Tell him to go off trying to find Liz or something. Should be easy enough, and get you out of your scales for a while.
>...Tell him to find Claw. Should be easy too.
>Write-in
>>
>>2150670
>>2150670
>>2150670
Is there anything he wants to do or thinks he would be good at
>>
>>2150674
Ask him this.
>>
"Anything you want to do?"

"I mean, I think I'm pretty good at numbers. I've been doing it for a long time. I'm just not too good with people, haven't really talked to them much. Like uh... Do you need me to do any taxes or anything?"

"Hm..."


>Assign him to a specific task. (Flames will make sure it gets done fast and perfectly!)
>...He's good with numbers... Why don't you send him to min-max your taxes? (Increase your income by 25%.)
>...Tell him to go sod off.
>...Tell him to go off trying to find Liz or something. Should be easy enough, and get you out of your scales for a while.
>...Tell him to find Claw. Should be easy too.
>Write-in
>>
>>2150695
>...He's good with numbers... Why don't you send him to min-max your taxes? (Increase your income by 25%.)
>>
>>2150695
>...He's good with numbers... Why don't you send him to min-max your taxes? (Increase your income by 25%.)
>>
You send Flames to micro-manage your taxes.

You now get 3750 in income, with an additional 250 for monthly tribute.

Now of course, your job is done, and it's up to Flames and the humans to accomplish the rest...

Deciding to get some quick rest, you take a nap on the side of London, on a large hill.

That's when you wake up in a familiar place. Seeing Tiamat before you.

"Hi. Sorry for dropping in so soon, but I had to tell you something... Oh, and also, good job on conquering! You'll do just fine here, I know it."

"Oh, thanks. I already can tell."

"Oh, I know. I recommend you go fast though, before Bahamut tries to intervene or anything... Or a hero tries to kill you, or something. "

"Gotcha."

"...Now, I have something important from your wife, that she wanted you to know..."

Tiamat begins to tell Ren about the whole... Liz rampage as a minotaur thing, and being a bit too... Intoxicated for her own good.

Rolling in 30 minutes.

1-10=Violent Rage
11-40=Anger
41-50=Displeased
51-70=Possessive
71-80=Neutral
81-100=Acceptance?

Choose one for Ren to lean towards. This boosts the chance that get chosen. This requires 3 votes in order to specify what Ren should lean towards on his Reaction Roll.
>>
>>2150758
>Acceptance
>>
>>2150758
>Acceptance
>>
>>2150758
>Acceptance
>>
Alright.

1-10=Violent Rage
11-40=Anger
41-50=Possessive
51-70=Neutral
71-100=Acceptance

Go ahead?

>Yes
>No, switch out!

Note, this makes acceptance a precedent with this sort of thing.
>>
>>2150789
>Yes
>>
>>2150789
>Yes
>>
>>2150789
>Yes
>>
Rolled 49 (1d100)

Rolling
>>
Renexizious is not... Particularly pleased, but not angered. If anything, he grows increasingly worried.

"...I see... I see. Where is she now?"

"...Looking for you, I believe."

"God..."

Tiamat soon leaves after this, and Renexizious promptly begins to worry about if Liz is still interested in him, or what...

...What if she's seeing someone? That could explain why she's so distant...
Or what if she wanted to get away from you by traveling here?

Oh gods... What if she wants to leave you with the kids?
Did you forget the anniversary?

What damn it! What's causing her to act like this!

Actions

>...Go off searching for Liz?
>...Stay at home, and try to perfect the city. You'll make it the best damned present...
>Go off conquering. You need more lands to impress Elizabeth, damn it...
>...Try to convince yourself that Elizabeth surely isn't seeing other people or planning on leaving...
>Write-in
>>
>>2150827
>>...Go off searching for Liz?
>>
>>2150827
>...Try to convince yourself that Elizabeth surely isn't seeing other people or planning on leaving...
>>
>>2150827
>...Go off searching for Liz?
>>
>>2150827
>...Go off searching for Liz?
>>
Renexizious of course, goes off to search for Elizabeth...

Do you want to shift PoVs?

>Shift to Claw at Aleppo
>Remain Renexizious
>>
>>2150917
>Remain Renexizious
>>
>>2150917
>Remain Renexizious
>>
>>2150917
>Remain Renexizious
>>
Sorry anons, but I need to get off here for a few hours. I'll see you all later at probably 3 PM WST
>>
You remain Renexizious, and you begin to search for Elizabeth.

Where will your travels take you first?

>Search England.
>Search Germany.
>Search Italy.
>Search Northern Africa
>Search Scandinavia
>Write-in

Still busy anons, sorry.
>>
>>2151549
>Search Northern Africa
>>
>>2151549
>Search Northern Africa
>>
>>2151549
>Search Northern Africa
>>
You begin to fly over Northern Africa... Which is quite hot, and weakens you greatly here...

Flying around to little avail, and sweating enough to practically be a flying raincloud, you quickly think upon what to do.

>Disguise yourself as a local, and try to hear about world events.
>Conquer Northern Africa... Then you can get some information from them...
>...Head elsewhere, this is simply too hot for you...
>...Hijack a ship. Worldly merchants know plenty.
>...Find the Governor's Palace in this area. He's bound to know something...
>Write-in
>>
>>2151605
>...Hijack a ship. Worldly merchants know plenty.
>>
>>2151605
>...Hijack a ship. Worldly merchants know plenty.
>>
You of course, set about into scaring merchants and hijacking ships.

Roll me a 1d20+7 anons.

+3 for ideas on how to terrify merchant ships dramatically.
>>
Rolled 12 + 7 (1d20 + 7)

>>2151687
Grab the ships and pull them out of the water into the air, threaten to devour them if they're not compliant.
>>
Rolled 10 + 7 (1d20 + 7)

>>2151708
>>
12+9=21

Success!

...Renexizious of course, rips one ship straight out of the water, and threatens to nom if they're not on their best behavior.

Of course, the only thing the merchant offers is his goods for his life, but he DOES tell you about a large, wolf-like creature destroying an entire city in the middle east, and was said to be moving further in...

Hm...

Actions

>Investigate this!
>...Steal the merchant's cargo.
>Nom the merchant.
>...Continue investigating Northern Africa.
>Write-in
>>
>>2151742
>Investigate this!
>>
>>2151742
>>Investigate this!
>>
>>2151742
>Investigate this!
>>
You of course, begin to fly to investigate this...

Roll me a quick 1d20+2 anons.

+2 for thinking on what Claw is trying to do... And how to best get him on your side.
>>
Rolled 20 + 2 (1d20 + 2)

>>2152051
>>
Rolled 14 + 2 (1d20 + 2)

>>2152051
>>
Oh dear God.

Choose one.

>Find Claw instantly.
>Find Elizabeth instantly.
>>
>>2152169
>Find Elizabeth instantly.
>>
>>2152169
>Find Elizabeth instantly.
>>
>>2152169
>Find Elizabeth instantly.
>>
You of course, notice a large fleet in the middle of the sea...

And can't help but notice a startling smell. Smells sweet, sort of like your wife, even up here in the sky... Then of course, you see on the deck... A very attractive human woman...

Who just so happens to be your wife.

...Hm. And completely fails to notice you...

What to do?

>(Shrewd Mind)...Sneakily dive below the waves, and surprise Elizabeth via lifting the ship slowly off the sea...
>...You know, why don't you fly out into her ship's travel trajectory, and pretend to be a castaway? It'd be fairly interesting, to say the least.
>...Fly down, and say hi normally.
>Write-in for other ideas on how to say "hello".
>>
>>2152214
>>(Shrewd Mind)...Sneakily dive below the waves, and surprise Elizabeth via lifting the ship slowly off the sea...
>>
>>2152214
>(Shrewd Mind)...Sneakily dive below the waves, and surprise Elizabeth via lifting the ship slowly off the sea...
>>
>>2152214
>(Shrewd Mind)...Sneakily dive below the waves, and surprise Elizabeth via lifting the ship slowly off the sea...
>>
You decide to surprise Elizabeth a bit, and you dive below the waves stealthily coming up to her ship...

And slowly...
Slowly...

Slowly lifting it up.

Some of the mortal crew look off the ship in absolute awe of the ship "floating", but you're actually just carefully lifting it with your hand. Eventually however, your prize looks off the port side, also confused and stunned...

>(Shrewd Mind)...Surprise dragon kiss from the depths! Women love that.
>(Shrewd Mind)....Tip her overboard. Just in time for you to save her.
>(Genius, Shrewd Mind)...Hold your breath, but also breathe ice. Make a homemade mint, and get those extra bonus-points!)
>(Possessive, Shrewd Minded) Tip the crew over on the other side. Less competition that way...
>Continue to drive the ship upward.
>...Come out of the water, and say hi?
>Do something romantic?
>Let the ship go.
>Write-in
>>
>>2152307
>>(Genius, Shrewd Mind)...Hold your breath, but also breathe ice. Make a homemade mint, and get those extra bonus-points!)
>>
>>2152327
That can be chosen alongside another thing.
>>
>>2152307
>(Genius, Shrewd Mind)...Hold your breath, but also breathe ice. Make a homemade mint, and get those extra bonus-points!)
>(Shrewd Mind)...Surprise dragon kiss from the depths! Women love that.
>>
>>2152327
This
>>
>>2152307
>(Genius, Shrewd Mind)...Hold your breath, but also breathe ice. Make a homemade mint, and get those extra bonus-points!)
>>
Renexizious of course, gets ready to kiss, and makes sure to make his breath into a homemade mint...

Roll me a 1d20+8 for how well this goes!

+3 for ideas on how to best romance her after the smooch.
+2 for being quite possessive of her.
>>
Rolled 12 + 8 (1d20 + 8)

>>2152457
>>
Rolled 18 + 8 (1d20 + 8)

>>2152457
>>
Rolled 13 + 12 (1d20 + 12)

>>2152457
>>
18+8=26

You practically fly out of the water, and give Elizabeth a massive kiss on her head...

"Re-Ren!?"

"Hi. How are you doing?"

"What are you doing here?"

"Just saw you, and decide to say hi..."

Actions

>...Mention the gift you got her?
>Come aboard and shapeshift.
>...So, ask if she'd like to come with you?
>Tell her you'll meet up somewhere? You have to meet up with Ren.
>...Offer to go raiding with her?
>Write-in
>>
>>2152752
>Come aboard and shapeshift.
>...Mention the gift you got her?
>>
>>2152752
>...Mention the gift you got her?
>...Offer to go raiding with her?
>>
>>2152752
>...Mention the gift you got her?
>...Offer to go raiding with her?
>>
"So..."

You come aboard, shifting into your human form.

"You know, I got you a gift at home... You'd probably... What's that smell?"

"Oh, it's uh... Some of my pheromones. You might not want to breathe it in."

"...Smells great though. So... Did you want to go raiding?"

"...Raiding?"

"Well, basically... Did you want to go raiding with me?"

Roll me a 1d20+6 to see if she'd like to raid with you.

+3 for appealing to not really seeing her for a while.
+2 for trying to make the idea of raiding romantic?
>>
Rolled 12 + 6 (1d20 + 6)

>>2152870
>>
Rolled 14 + 6 (1d20 + 6)

>>2152870
It has been so long since you've been with her, you want to spend some quality time together.
Just the two of you, together, crushing anyone who dare oppose you.
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Rolled 8 + 6 (1d20 + 6)

>>2152906
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14+11=25

Elizabeth seems a bit flattered.

"Well, I suppose you're right... But I still don't have my dragon form."

"Ah, well, you can just ride on my back."

She smiles.

"I'd love to."

Elizabeth tells her fleet to wait for her at Jerusaelm, and you take to skies with her...

"So, where were you anyways?"

"Britain. I got you a little something... You know, we can check it out when we're done."

"...Oh, how sweet of you... Has erh... Has Tiamat told you of..."

"Yes, she has."

"...And you're not... Angry?"

Actions

>...You haven't considered leaving me, have you?
>...Just worried, that's all...
>...No, no... I'm fine.
>...Liz, I could never be mad at you.
>Change the topic.
>...You know, I'm glad you actually told me, ok?
>Write-in
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>>2153045
>...Liz, I could never be mad at you.
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>>2153045
>>2153045
>>2153045
>...Liz, I could never be mad at you.
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"Liz, I could never be mad at you... Never, in a million years."

"Ah... I erh... I heard you also wanted to convert to Tiamat?"

You sigh. Does Tiamat really have that big of a mouth?

"...A bit, really."

"...It's really sweet that you wouldn't of done so without me, Ren."

"...Really?"

"Well, yes... I mean, your willing to forsake your race's god for my own... I'm willing to forsake some of my race's values for yours... It's really sweet of you to do that for me, Ren."

"Yeah... It kind of sounds like you converted."

"...Well, I said I did, yes... If only so you could choose for yourself."

"...Hm?"

"...Well, apparently you think I'd kill you for converting to another religion..."

"...Wouldn't you?"

"I mean, I'd be disappointed, but I don't want to force you to do anything you don't want to do..."

"So you converted because of that?"

"...Also because I was a bit worried about myself, you, and the kids... You know, life after death... What's really real, you know?"

Actions

>...You know, this only means we should raid together MORE, right? Way more.
>Oh. I understand.
>...It's nice to see you put the kids and me first over what you believe in, Liz.
>...Come on, you should remain Christian Liz...
>...You know, you really are sweet.
>...Well, I can't really abandon you to yourself regarding Tiamat... So why don't we do it together?
>You know, you could try to be less... Corny. If that makes sense.
>Write-in
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>>2153195
>>2153195
>...You know, you really are sweet.
>...Well, I can't really abandon you to yourself regarding Tiamat... So why don't we do it together?
Time to convert to Tiamat
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>>2153195
>...You know, this only means we should raid together MORE, right? Way more.
>...You know, you really are sweet.
>...Well, I can't really abandon you to yourself regarding Tiamat... So why don't we do it together?
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>>2153195
This >>2153263
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"You know, you really are just the sweetest thing... And if you convert, I suppose I should too, right? And it'd make sense to raid together. Even more."[/re]d

She smiles.

"...Yes, I suppose that'd make sense, right? Though I think we do enough raiding as is...'

"Maybe for you..."

Roll me a 1d20+5 to entice Elizabeth on more raiding... With more personal time with you.

+3 for mentioning the romantic, sweet things the two of you can get up to while raiding...
+2 for enticing her with loot... She loves that.
+1 for appealing to her absolute adoration of raiding. She simply can't resist being a dragon.
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Rolled 9 + 5 (1d20 + 5)

>>2153282
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Rolled 8 + 5 (1d20 + 5)

>>2153282
Think: Just the two of us, soaring from city to city, leaving a trail of our love in our wake...
Not to mention all the precious loot that we'll gather. So much that no safe would be able to store.
Don't lie to yourself Liz, you adore raiding. It's in your blood after all.
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Rolled 11 + 5 (1d20 + 5)

>>2153329
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11+11=22

Elizabeth smiles at your words, touched a bit by them.

"Well... I suppose we can do a bit more..."

"Now, that's what I wanted to hear..."

You of course, begin to set upon the countryside...

Your first target in particular, is Jerusaelm...

Actions

>Rampage! Elizabeth might like to see you prove yourself as an absolute monster in combat.
>...Intimidate them into surrendering their valuables...
>...Fly elsewhere.
>Write-in
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>>2153367
>Rampage! Elizabeth might like to see you prove yourself as an absolute monster in combat.
>>
This time, rather then being out for money, your out for BLOOD.

Glory.

And of course, to prove yourself to Elizabeth.

And it's...

Pitifully easy.

As you fly over Jerusalem, you stomp on a section of the city's residedential section...

Elizabeth's new-found draconic-supremacy asserts itself...

Rolling in 30 minutes or so. I need 3 votes for anons for anons to influence the vote.

+10% increase in percent if you can come up with a way to make Elizabeth enjoy the rampage more.

1-30=Normal (...Liz remains still a bit emotional about raiding and pillaging, not wanting to go so far as to kill unneccessarily or whatnot.
41-60=Pleased (Elizabeth is easily satisified by raiding, pillaging, or rampaging. She finds it also more fun.)
61-80=Adoring (Elizabeth finds raiding and pillaging to be one of her most favorite hobbies. She gets a 2x to all loot found when raiding, and also does it far more often, and is usually very happy when doing so. She'll also tend to favor other draconic things
81-100=Lover (Elizabeth falls in love with raiding, pillaging, raiding, the whole draconic tradition itself. She gains 3x as much loot while raiding, and will find herself more easily attracted to other "traditional" draconic things.)
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>>2153438
81-100=Lover (Elizabeth falls in love with raiding, pillaging, raiding, the whole draconic tradition itself. She gains 3x as much loot while raiding, and will find herself more easily attracted to other "traditional" draconic things.)
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>>2154153
Just curious, why did you choose this?

Also, still waiting for two more votes.
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>>2153438
81-100=Lover (Elizabeth falls in love with raiding, pillaging, raiding, the whole draconic tradition itself. She gains 3x as much loot while raiding, and will find herself more easily attracted to other "traditional" draconic things.)
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>>2153438
81-100=Lover (Elizabeth falls in love with raiding, pillaging, raiding, the whole draconic tradition itself. She gains 3x as much loot while raiding, and will find herself more easily attracted to other "traditional" draconic things.)
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>>2153438
>41-60=Pleased (Elizabeth is easily satisified by raiding, pillaging, or rampaging. She finds it also more fun.)
>>
Huh.

Well...

1-20=Normal
21-40=Pleased
41-50=Adoring
51-100=Lover

Anons sure about this? Feel free to argue by the way.

>Yes.
>No.
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>>2154199
>Yes
Gains more loot, and makes dealing with Tiamat easier
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>>2154199
Yes
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>>2154199
>Yes.
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>>2154199
Yes
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Rolled 62 (1d100)

Rolling.
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Hey, if anyone's doing mobile posting can you tell me? I'm noticing a lot of new IDs.

Elizabeth practically swoons for you as you pillage, rampage, and generally destroy the city. She compliments you stomping on a rather bothersome onager, she kisses you after breaking into the governor's mansion and ripping out his treasury, and she faints after you freeze half of the garrison with only one blast of your minty ice breath.

She can't help but encourage you to crush a building, maybe set fire to a few, and finds this entire experience exhilarating and lovely.

You can't help but wonder if she's starting to enjoy this more then you.

Roll me a 1d20+7 for loot and Liz's happiness!

+3 for ideas on where a large amount of money might be in a Roman city...
+2 for of course, romantic gestures towards Liz, or simply showing off for her.
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Rolled 19 + 7 (1d20 + 7)

>>2154251
This is Jerusalem and Rome is Christian at this point. There are probably a number of holy relics that could be valuable.
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Rolled 16 + 12 (1d20 + 12)

>>2154251
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Holy sweet Jesus.

x3 just made you guys fucking WEALTHY as shit.

Choose one.

>150,000 Gold ($150 Million. Liz gets the other half $150 million. +50 Opinion with her.
>240,000 Gold (About... $240 Million. A shitload. Additional +20 opinion with Liz. Elizabeth takes 80$ Million for Britain.)
>300,000 Gold (...$300 Million. Literally enough to buy a country, probably. You don't give any money to Elizabeth.)

Also...

Enslave people?

>Yes, to sell.
>Yes, to have as labor.
>Yes, because you need slaves for... Dragony reasons.
>No. You don't really need them, per say...
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>>2154272
>>2154272
>150,000 Gold ($150 Million. Liz gets the other half $150 million. +50 Opinion with her.
>Yes, to have as labor.
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>>2154272
>150,000 Gold ($150 Million. Liz gets the other half $150 million. +50 Opinion with her.
>Yes, because you need slaves for... Dragony reasons
See? Everything turned out good.
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>>2154276
This is also good
>>
Welp... +50 Relations with Liz is enough to get relations to 170. 30 more and you get a relationship perk.

Elizabeth literally faints as you lift gold bar after gold bar onto your back. She simply can't handle seeing all this wealth in front of her, neatly collected...

"...Ren... By God... Or Tiamat, or whatever's above, I fucking love you."

Yep, she absolutely loves it...

So of course, you turn your attention to enslaving... For dragony reasons. Yes.

...Let's see if Liz's draconic supremacy has changed anything about her view towards slavery.

1-30=No Change, she dislikes slavery still.
31-50=Minor Change, she tolerates it.
61-70=Moderate Change. She doesn't particularly care about it.
71-90=Large Change. She likes it. She can get 2x as many slaves.
91-100=Huge Change, she loves it. She can get 3x as many slaves, and can sell them at twice the profit, and work them twice as hard.

Same as before anons. 3 votes to solidfy what to take.

Rolling in 20 minutes. Also, if anons want to get a bonus, +10% for either arguing with Liz to enjoy slavery.

Also, note, this won't change how she treats slaves, which is still quite nicely.
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>>2154288
>71-90=Large Change. She likes it. She can get 2x as many slaves.
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>>2154288
71-90=Large Change. She likes it. She can get 2x as many slaves.
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>>2154288
>71-90=Large Change. She likes it. She can get 2x as many slaves.
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Rolled 24 (1d100)

Rolling

1-20=No Change
21-40=Minor Change
41-60=Moderate Change
61-90=Large Change
91-100=Huge Change
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Elizabeth, previously disliking mass slavery... Well, tolerates it, it seems. She's not particularly against it, but it sort of is wearing on her mood a bit.

Roll me a 1d20+7 for slavery!

+3 for trying to get Liz to enjoy enslaving people with you.
+2 for great premium deals for the mortals! Become your slave now, and they might just survive, or at least not be fed to Claw or anything like that.
+2 for showing off and terrifying the mostly destroyed city some more.
+1 for trapping the people in the city.

If everything's done, you can specify how many slaves you want to grab, and if you really want to, attempt to reroll to see if she enjoys slavery more.
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Rolled 8 + 7 (1d20 + 7)

>>2154306
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Rolled 12 + 7 (1d20 + 7)

>>2154306
"Come on Liz, this is an activity we can enjoy as a couple! Think of all the fun things we can do if we have slaves to deal with the boring work.
Besides, they live awful lives already, we're doing them a favor really. It's better than dying off by starvation or illness."
Fly around the city, creating a wall of ice surrounding it, stopping anyone from escaping.
>>
Rolled 72 (1d100)

>>2154316
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>>2154319
Kek, I wasn't really planning that, but if anons want to, we can just skip the roll and go with this. It'd be a Large Change.

Also, allowing a samefagging for the roll for simply making some more good points on why it's so important to enjoy this as a couple!
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>>2154322
>"Think Liz, he two of us are the most powerful beings on this planet. We must do this together, to properly crush their hopes of ever being on the same level as dragons."
Appeal to her Draconic Supremacy.
>>
>>2154341
Good job. Don't forget to roll please.
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>>2154344
d20 or d100?
>>
d20.
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Rolled 13 (1d20)

>>2154348
watch this 1
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Alright.

13+7=20

72

Elizabeth begins to enjoy herself as you start to enslave the city's inhabitants...

Then, she begins to enjoy it.

She of course, evaluates the slaves while you capture them, and soon enough, you have about 8,000 slaves...

With that, the city has had practical everything worth of value stolen from it, quite a bit of it's populace killed or enslaved...

And an very happy Elizabeth.

"...God, I wish I could do this every day with you."

"...Really?'

"...It's just so liberating to be able to push people around, and not have to worry about what the end result might be... And it's so... Well, it's just so interesting to see you lord over them, towering literally above any of their buildings... You know, I'm surprised by how strong you can be if you aren't hiding it."

"Yeah?"

"...It's nice. Really. Back at home it felt like you weren't really asserting yourself as much. I remember the times I'd hear you making a mess of foreign relations because of a slight or an insult, or that one time someone gave me poetry and you..."

"...Right, that guy. Is he still down there?"

"No, no... He was let out."

"A shame."

"...Well, you can go a bit overboard sometimes with being assertive... But it's just nice to know that you really do care, and you can do so much I can't do without having to worry about the media or my family or... Anything like that."

"Come on, you don't have to worry too hard."

"...Ren, you can eat a handful of NATO ambassadors and you won't get so much as a fist shaken at, it's what people expect of you. If I even threatened them it'd be a scandal or worse..."

She sighs, frustrated.

"...By God, if anyone heard I was raiding with you, let alone supported it, it'd be a huge controversy..."

Actions

>...You shouldn't care what other people think, alright? Who cares if you enjoy slavery, raiding, pillaging, and ravaging? You're a dragon for Tiamat's sake!
>By Tiamat, that would suck... Well, at least you get to watch me, hm?
>...Why were you worried about me not being assertive anymore?
>(Draconic Supremacist)...That's the problem with mortals, God... They have such horrible double-standards. That's why we have each other.
>...See about taking this opportunity to flirt with her?
>Write-in for what to say?
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>>2154353
>...You shouldn't care what other people think, alright? Who cares if you enjoy slavery, raiding, pillaging, and ravaging? You're a dragon for Tiamat's sake!
>(Draconic Supremacist)...That's the problem with mortals, God... They have such horrible double-standards. That's why we have each other.
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>>2154353
>...You shouldn't care what other people think, alright? Who cares if you enjoy slavery, raiding, pillaging, and ravaging? You're a dragon for Tiamat's sake!
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>>2154359
This.
>>
"...God that's the problem with mortals. They have such horrible double-standards. At least we have each other."

"Well, that's certainly true... People can get on my nerves sometimes... It feels like sometimes you're really the only person who understands me, how I think, how I act... All the mortals... I mean, people, think I'm somesort of monster for simply pillaging or enslaving, when it just feels so... Right to do."

She sighs, frustrated.

"...I really shouldn't say the word mortals, it's just not really... Right."

Actions

>(Draconic Supremacist) You know what Liz? When we get back, we'll shut the media's dirty lying faces once in for all, and we'll force the population to accept our rule. I'm sick and tired of having to put up with mortal bullshit for so long...
>...Now you know how I feel with so many of those mortals...
>Come on. At least while we're away we can act like how we should, unbound by media and other such things...
>(Draconic Supremacist)...Elizabeth's opened up. Maybe you can get her to understand the true reason why mortals are at the bottom, and dragons are on the top...
>You shouldn't say mortal, Liz. I got in trouble for saying it, remember?
>Write-in
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>>2154377
>(Draconic Supremacist)...Elizabeth's opened up. Maybe you can get her to understand the true reason why mortals are at the bottom, and dragons are on the top...
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>>2154377
>(Draconic Supremacist)...Elizabeth's opened up. Maybe you can get her to understand the true reason why mortals are at the bottom, and dragons are on the top...
Oh boy.
>>
...Roll me a 1d20+7 anons.

+3 for talking to Elizabeth about how mortals deserve to be the lesser subjects of dragons... Such as their slaves, servants, or simple serfs...
+2 for trying to make her not afraid of using the word "mortal". It's proper to say, after all.
+2 for mentioning why the two of you are just so above just any mortal couple...
+2 for justifying the pillaging of mortals, and why it's the proper place of things.
+1 for mentioning how Tiamat wants dragons at the top, no matter what. She believes in Tiamat, doesn't she?

If everything's done, autosuccess and a +15 to opinion with Elizabeth. A free mutation too from Tiamat.
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Rolled 4 + 7 (1d20 + 7)

>>2154389
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Rolled 20 + 12 (1d20 + 12)

>>2154389
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Rolled 15 + 7 (1d20 + 7)

>>2154389
>Liz, please don't degrade yourself like that. Of course you should call them mortals, for that is what they truly are. They are inferior beings, whose purpose is serve our needs and wants, nothing more. You should call them mortals, for to not to would be a lie.
Besides, the two of us transcend the limitations of mortal couples, our love is far beyond that which they can even fathom.
They must be reminded of their place, and only the two of us can accomplish that.
It's what Tiamat would want, after all. You do believe in her don't you Liz? Show it.
>>
>>2154400
>>2154402
...Do these stack?
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>>2154405
Yes.

"...I... I think your right."

"...I know I am. Mortals are little more then cosmic specks of dirt, existing only to serve us."

"...Clearly... I don't understand why they resist so. It must be so empty, lacking a higher cause then one's self."

"...Of course. Now, tell me, do you understand?'

"...Yes. God, I feel so... Weak, to have been one... I'm happy I went with you, Renexizious."

"Of course. No other mortal could satisfy you as I can, no mortal can even hope to come between us."

Elizabeth seems to greatly indulge in what you say, but then seems... Recluse...

"...Ren... I'm sorry, but what you say sort of reminds me... Of Hitler."

"...Hitler?"

"...A bit, yes..."

She seems to feel quite guilty.

"Oh Elizabeth... Oh my sweet, sweet Elizabeth, Hitler was not a dragon. He is not inherently better. He was a simple, misguided mortal, led astray... But for us, we are on the right path..."

She nods.

"...I'm... I see..."

Elizabeth has taken it fairly well, but you feel like she's nervous, and thinking...

Do you want to establish anything?

Actions

>Let her interpert draconic supremacy on her own.
>...Go with that mortals are little more then slaves and servants to dragons.
>Go with the "holier-then-thou" approach. Mortal's lives are meanginless if not led by a dragon.
>...Go with the nice approach. Talk to her about how this shouldn't effect how she treats mortals. They're still people too... Just lesser in every way, shape, and form.
>Write-in

Also, about her mortal form...

>...Tell her that she was simply misguided when she was a mortal, but your here now... And forever.
>...Tell her that in such a disgusting form, she proved absolutely beautiful in.
>...Tell her that she shouldn't beat herself up over it.

Elizabeth's opinion has increased by +15. She'll also tend to ignore what mortals say about you as well, and greatly enjoy you doing "dragony" things, and raising your kids to be draconic.
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>>2154425
>...Go with that mortals are little more then slaves and servants to dragons.
>...Tell her that in such a disgusting form, she proved absolutely beautiful in.

I can change if others pick other things
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>>2154425

>...Go with the nice approach. Talk to her about how this shouldn't effect how she treats mortals. They're still people too... Just lesser in every way, shape, and form.

>...Tell her that she shouldn't beat herself up over it.
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>>2154444
This
>>
"Liz... Still though, you shouldn't beat yourself up over it, and mortals are still people too. Just lesser in every way."

She nods... It makes sense to her, at least...

Now, choose two mutations for Liz.

>Stable Mutation
>Unstable Mutation
>Extremely Unstable Mutation
>Upgrade Mutation (Such as Pheromones, Draconic Supremacy, etc.)
>Upgrade Form
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>>2154425
This >>2154444
Nice Quads
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>>2154472
>Upgrade Mutation (Draconic Supremacy)
>Extremely Unstable Mutation
>>
>>2154476
This
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>>2154476
This works.
>>
Ultra-Supremacy!

Elizabeth now has very uptight standards. She gets along twice as well with dragons but refuses to think of them as "superior" over her husband at any time, and thinks herself and Renexizious to be the "best" of dragonkind.

Elizabeth adores slavery, conquest, hoards, and practically anything and everything draconic. She'll quickly adopt anything you put a draconic label over.

Elizabeth finds turning people from the "lowest race" into a member of the lower draconic castes to be fufilling and something akin to charity.

Elizabeth will always believe you over a mortal, always prefer you over a mortal, and prefers you over anyone else.

Elizabeth finds you far more attractive, and gets a bonus of +5 opinion whenever opinion is earned.

Now, roll me a 1d100 for mutation.
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Rolled 37 (1d100)

>>2154519
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Rolled 29 (1d100)

>>2154519
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Rolled 72 (1d100)

>>2154519
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Elizabeth now has..

Huge Hoarder

(Upgrade to Hoarder)

Elizabeth now has a huge tendency to hoard valuables, things, and such. She'll get progressively less happy as she's farther away from her hoard, and will tend to grab bits and pieces for it... It may start being a problem.

Elizabeth also will be quite clingy.

Now, for Renexizious.

>Stable Mutation
>Unstable Mutation
>Extremely Unstable Mutation
>Upgrade Mutation
>Upgrade Form
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>>2154527
>Extremely Unstable Mutation
Why not.
>>
Forgot to mention, choose two please.
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>>2154529
>Extremely Unstable Mutation x2
What's the worst that could happen?
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>>2154536
This
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Roll me a 1d50 anons.
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Rolled 31 (1d50)

>>2154545
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Rolled 135 (1d150)

>>2154545
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Renexizious has...

Extremely Muscular (Double Upgrade to Muscular)

Renexizious's body is now extremely well toned. He gets an additional +4 to strength and +2 to Charisma, and an additional 10,000 HP in dragon form.

Roll me one more 1d50.
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Rolled 9 (1d50)

>>2154555
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Rolled 13 (1d50)

>>2154555
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Rolled 41 (1d50)

>>2154555
>>
Choose one.

>Eye for Opinion Renexizious nows JUST the right thing to say, or JUST the right thing to do for someone. You will get prompted once in a while for a "Eye for Opinion" action which is a very well timed social/romantic gesture. It will be labeled as either "Eye for Social/Romance" depending on what it'll lead to.)
>Eye for Destruction (Renexizious knows JUST the right way to attack, kill, or otherwise destroy something. He'll occassionally get opportunities while raiding or attacking to attack something very vunlerable and valuable.)

Now, with that done...

"...Ren? Is everything alright?"

"Yes... Yes... Just wondering, what did you want me to do to the city?"

"...Anything you want, Ren."

Great.

Actions

>...Destroy the city.
>Conquer the city.
>Leave the city.
>Write-in
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>>2154575
>Eye for Opinion
>Conquer the city.
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>>2154575
>>2154575
>Eye for Destruction (Renexizious knows JUST the right way to attack, kill, or otherwise destroy something. He'll occassionally get opportunities while raiding or attacking to attack something very vunlerable and valuable.)
>Leave the city.
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>>2154581
This.
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>>2154575
>Eye for Destruction
>Conquer the city
>>
Don't want to roll or wait.

You decide to simply leave the city... Right now it's right smack dab in Roman territory and is absolutely missing most of it's wealth and population.

Do you want to fly back to England, keep on raiding, or go find Claw?

>Go back to England!
>Keep on raiding!
>Find Claw!
>Write-in
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>>2154597
>Go back to England!
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>>2154597
Liz can't access her Dragon form right? Can we fix that?
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>>2154597
>Go back to England!
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>>2154604
Scratch that. Raid another city.
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>>2154603
Yes you can, likely back at Tiamat's Shrine.

By the way guys, if you want me to, I can just fast forward a straight month of looting and pillaging since none of these cities can defend against either Claw or Renexizious.
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>>2154614
We should turn Liz back first. So she can raid with us. 2 dragons carry more than 1.
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>>2154609
Scratch that. Go back to England.
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You decide to take Elizabeth back to England.

"So... I did something for you in England..."

"Oooh? What is it?"

"Something special."

As you get back, your careful to unload your loot and slaves, and she seems absolutely flattered by the fact you conquered London for her!

She gives you a kiss on the cheek, and a nice big hug...

+10 opinion with Liz for your gift of conquering London of her.

Now of course, you take Elizabeth to the shrine... She seems a bit nervous about her first time meditating and praying to Tiamat...

Roll me a 1d20+5 to see how much power she regains.

+3 for making a sacrifice, tribute, or otherwise honoring Tiamat.
+2 for reassuring Elizabeth. She's been an amazing dragon, and has finally caught onto the truth.
+1 for mentioning how the two of you can continue the romantic raiding soon after this, and other romantic activities.
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Rolled 7 + 5 (1d20 + 5)

>>2154636
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Rolled 13 + 5 (1d20 + 5)

>>2154636
>Sacrifice part of the slaves collected in Tiamat's honor, promising to continue to honor her.
>"Liz, you're nothing less than the image of what every dragon should strive to be. I'm glad you've finally realized this."
"After you've regained your Dragon form, we can go back to raiding, and this time you can be the one doing it.
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Rolled 11 + 5 (1d20 + 5)

>>2154636
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Rolled 17 + 5 (1d20 + 5)

>>2154652
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>>2154652
Are anons really sure about going so far as to human sacrifice? Elizabeth may be a supremacist, but even that's a bit too far.
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>>2154659
I was just doing it for the bonus. I guess we can just promise to raid more in her name instead.
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>>2154659
Offer gold.
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13+11=24

Elizabeth does exactly what you tell her, and a similar spell falls over her as she meditates...

Eventually, she falls back down to the floor.

"...Did it work, Elizabeth?"

She blinks her eyes for a moment.

"I erh... Yes... I feel like it did..."

"Great. See? You had nothing to worry about..."

"...I guess you were right..."

She gets up, and hugs you quite firmly...

"...You know, it's been so long since we've seen each other... Or at least felt like it..."

"Yeah... It feels like it, huh?"

She kisses you, you kiss back...

...The two of you kiss for quite a while...

An extreme while.

"...So... You remember how you told me to not care what other people think?"

"...Yeah?"

"...Well... Excuse my rashness... But would you like to erh... Well... How do I say this..."

"Hm?"

"...Tumble?" She blushes a bit, somewhat embarrassed to having to say that.

Actions

>...Refuse, you're trying to get away from that sort of thing.
>...Ask why?
>Tell her to not be embarrased about it. She's a dragon after all, and it's such a simple word...
>...Sure, why not? It's been a while...
>Tumble right here, right now.
>...How about we do it after raiding some more, ok?
>Write-in
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>>2154713
>Tell her to not be embarrased about it. She's a dragon after all, and it's such a simple word...
>Tumble right here, right now.
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>>2154713
>...Sure, why not? It's been a while...
>Tumble right here, right now.
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