Character Sheet: https://pastebin.com/3uJDKTSDPrevious Thread: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/qstarchive/2659994/You are Mick Frost, an Imagineer working at Walt Disney World. You were chosen to be the model of the first Disney Host Interactive, a holographic guide to the park. However, you discovered that there is a reason why you were chosen, as well as why the DHI was implemented in the first place: Disney characters are made real by the collective belief and imagination of the world- including the villains, who have banded together as the 'Overtakers', plotting to seize control of the park and eventually the whole world. When you fall asleep, your mind is transferred to your DHI self, armed with a weapon called the 'Keyblade'. You are the park's only hope to fight back against the Overtakers.---You come into work after waking up from your DHI body. Considering how badly you were injured by the Guard Armor, you're a bit surprised you don't feel hurt or fatigued in your physical form. With the DHI projectors set up in the Magic Kingdom, the rollout of the program is being planned for the other parks and attractions- Epcot is the next to get the projectors, and will have special audio for your DHI recorded in different languages. After Epcot comes Animal Kingdom and Disney's Hollywood Studios. There's currently no plan for DHI implementation at the water parks or the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. After yesterday's disastrous cavalcade of attraction failures (which you now know the cause of), Imagineers and crew members alike are on high alert, making sure nothing goes wrong. You're doing a walkthrough of Fantasyland. Because your face is now seen by thousands everyday, Wayne told you to wear a hat and hoodie so people don't see double Micks. >roll 1d100, bo3
Rolled 32 (1d100)>>2667030Sup man
Rolled 16 (1d100)>>2667030
Rolled 67 (1d100)>>2667030
>>2667067>67You get the feeling that someone's watching you. However, when you look behind you, you see nobody there. You continue walking around Fantasyland, watching as families ride the Mad Tea Party and meet with crew members dressed like the Disney Princesses at the Princess Fairytale Hall. You can see the joy in the children's eyes as they run around, smiles of wonder on their faces.However, your attention is seized by something out of the corner of your eye- something like smoke lingering around the building that leads into the Small World attraction.>Call Wayne>Investigate by yourself>Write in
>>2667090>Call Wayne2 head and whatnot
Anyone else voting?
>>2667044I'm mostly alright, but I had a tooth filled this morning and half my face is still numb.
>>2667092>>2667292>Call WayneYou feel like you're going to need another set of eyes on this one. "Mick? Something wrong?" asks Wayne."Can you come down to It's A Small World? Something weird's going on...""What kinda weird we talking about?""I saw some sort of black cloud near the entrance. Could be smoke or....something else."Wayne seems to get what you're implying. "Roger that. Lemme get a temporary shutdown authorized and I'll be right with ya."After a twenty minute wait, the attraction is shut down and the people in line are given FastPasses as consolation. Wayne walks up, looking concerned. "You sure you saw black smoke?" he asks. You nod."Hm. Never dealt with any smoke before..." Wayne says as the two of you walk into the attraction, walking along the sides of the ride that the animatronics are bolted down to. "The Overtakers might have some new trick up their sleeve, so stay sharp."You turn on your flashlight and inspect the animatronics. Everything seems to be in working order--and then you see something out of the corner of your eye: a sphere of black gas, with a jagged red mouth and two staring yellow dots for eyes. Just as you spot it, another one shows up...and another....and another."Wayne, we got a problem." you say. "Yeah," says Wayne. "I see 'em too."The Heartless begin to descend, and you assume they're coming for you- but then they seem to slip inside the animatronic dolls.The dolls suddenly turn, dead eyes staring directly at you. There's the sound of rivets popping as some of the dolls force themselves free from their anchoring bolts, skittering towards you as a miasma of darkness surrounds the possessed dolls.>Fight them off>Run away>Write in
Gonna go spend some time with my family. Will continue this tomorrow.
>>2667337>Fight them off
>>2667337>Fight them offWe can't let them go loose in an open park.>>2667187I see, last time I had a microcavity I went without anesthesia and still got numb from the sensation and the vibration.
>>2667337>>Fight them off
>>2667525>>2667675>>2668519>Roll 1d100, bo3
Rolled 6 (1d100)>>2669412Dropped your handle there DiZ.
Rolled 15 (1d100)>>2669412
>>2669461I get the feeling we won't be getting a clutch save.
Rolled 48 (1d100)>>2669412
>>2669490>48You try your best to fend off the dolls, but there's so many of them and you're unarmed. The dolls are small, but they have the numbers advantage. They swam you, clinging to your legs, arms and face. A Dutch boy positions itself over your eyes, effectively blinding you.The animatronics flail wildly, and you stumble against your will towards the edge of the ledge. You realize what they're trying to do- they're trying to push you into the water and weigh you down until you drown.>roll 1d100, bo3
Rolled 61 (1d100)>>2669506Time to die!
Rolled 1 (1d100)>>2669506
Rolled 93 (1d100)>>2669506
>>2669542>1You feel your feet cross over the precipice just before plummeting into the water. The water isn't deep, but it's deep enough to cover your face. You took a deep breath before they dragged you down, and now you're desperately trying not to panic as the dolls pin you down to the bottom of the canal. You start feeling light-headed, and for a moment, you think this could be the end for you.You hear something above you, but it's muffled by water. Suddenly, the weight is pulled off of you and you feel a hand pull you out of the water by the back of your shirt. You gasp, lungs burning from nearly drowning. Wayne hauls you back up to the ledge and out of the attraction."Breathe, just breathe." says Wayne. "If anyone asks, you slipped on some oil and got pinned under a boat.""Right," you wheeze. "We need to lock the ride down. Tonight, I'm gonna give those Chucky-wannabes the business end of a Keyblade."Wayne hands you a towel to dry off with, and after wiping your face, you swear you see someone from across the walkway, watching you from the shadows. You squint to make out the figure- a tattered red rode, a hood that concealed the figure's face, bony fingers, and a pair of horns jutting out of the hood."Hey, Wayne, do we have a cast member playing the Horned King?" you ask. Wayne looks at you, puzzled. "The Horned King? No, I don't think we've had a cast member play him-"He stops, and follows your gaze. The Horned King's eyes glow a sinister red before he vanishes into thin air. "I didn't know he was with the Overtakers..." Wayne muttered. "I'd bet you dollars to donuts he was the one who called up the Heartless in there.">"What should we do?">"Think he'll try to sabotage another attraction?">"The Horned King? Really? The Overtakers sent a D-List villain to take me out?">Write-in
>>2669562>"The Horned King? Really? The Overtakers sent a D-List villain to take me out?"
Any other votes?
>>2669691"The Horned King? Really?" you say, trying to make light of the situation. "The Overtakers sent a D-List villain to take me out?"Wayne doesn't look amused. "If they're sending someone as forgotten as the Horned King, they're likely playing it safe. We're going to need to be careful, too."The rest of the day, you try to keep an eye out for the Horned King. When you get home, you're ready to hunt him down.---Your DHI body materializes on Main Street, like it did the first time. You will your Keyblade to appear as you see Sarah and Wayne approach."You're going to want to take this." says Sarah, handing you what looks like an earpiece. "It'll allow us to keep in contact while your around the park. It's a projection made by the DHI system, so it should work for you."You put the earpiece in. "Alright, any activity in Small World?" you ask. Wayne shakes his head. "I don't know where those Heartless went, but they've seemed to have ditched It's A Small World. They're probably somewhere else in the park.""I'll keep my eyes peeled." you say. "If the Horned King really is controlling them, then those Heartless will be wherever he is."You begin your patrol of the Magic Kingdom.>roll 1d100, bo3
Rolled 82 (1d100)>>2669748
Rolled 22 (1d100)>>2669748
Rolled 25 (1d100)>>2669789Gonna roll to finish the set
>>2669788>82Your patrol leads you back to Fantasyland, and you hear a commotion near the Prince Charming Regal Carousel. You turn to look to see a strange and terrible sight- Cinderella, being pursued by the Horned King. The princess runs across the carousel platform and the skeletal fiend follows, dark miasma surging around his bony fingers. You look to see the control panel for the ride is nearby. Cinderella has cleared the platform, but the Horned King is following closely behind.>Turn on the carousel. >Throw your Keyblade at the Horned King>Cast Fire to launch a fireball (this may damage the carousel>Write in
...slow day, huh?
>>2670011I just got off work and am running errands. I'll be more active once I'm actually home.>Charge!
>>2669858Are we able to recall the keyblade?If so>Throw the keyblade as you close the distance
>>2670011Yeah, sorry I didn't post earlier man. Will probably be here for a while now tho.
>>2670087Yes, you can recall the keyblade>>2670090No worries.
>>2669858Back home! I'll switch from >>2670047 to >>2670087 to keep things moving.
>>2670087>>2670190You charge at the Horned King. If you can call up the Keyblade at will, you theorize it's a bit like Mjolnir in that you can throw it and make it come back."Leave her alone!" you shout as you wind up and throw your Keyblade at the villain. The Keyblade rapidly goes end over end, almost achieving a buzzsaw-like appearance as it blurs from the movement.>roll 1d100, bo3
Rolled 85 (1d100)>>2670228Strike Raid!
Rolled 42 (1d100)>>2670228
Rolled 58 (1d100)>>2670228
>>2670246There's a satisfying 'wham' as the Keyblade strikes the Horned King, who turned around to look at you, only to get a spinning Keyblade to the chest. The impact sends the Horned King sprawling."Oh my-!" exclaims Cinderella, looking startled by your appearance. "Your majesty, you need to run!" you say. You didn't mean to say 'your majesty', it just sort of slips out. However, the Horned King slowly rises back up. "Foolish man..." rasps the Horned King. "You think a magic key will stop me? My power is like an ocean, infinite in its depth and darkness. You nothing more than a candle...a faint light fated to be extinguished."The Horned King spreads his hands and a very familiar item materializes before him: a black cauldron- no, THE Black Cauldron. With a wave of his hand, the Horned King does something that causes inky blackness to boil and bubble up from the Cauldron. Cinderella runs off as you watch the imp-like Shadows begin to pour out of the Cauldron.>Focus on the Horned King>Focus on the Cauldron>Focus on the Heartless>Focus on getting Cinderella somewhere safe>Write in
>>2670294>Focus on the horned king
>>2670301Anyone else voting?
>>2670294>Focus on the King
>>2670294>Focus on the Horned King
>>2670301>>2670422You decide to focus your assault on the Horned King himself. After all, he can't summon more Heartless if he's distracted with fending you off.>roll 1d100, bo3
Rolled 74 (1d100)>>2670501
Rolled 22 (1d100)>>2670501
Rolled 43 (1d100)>>2670501
>>2670507>74You lay into the Horned King. While he may have presented himself as a formidable sorceror, he sure isn't much of a physical fighter. However, you're about to swing again, he grabs you by the wrist with a cold, lifeless hand."Enough," hisses the Horned King before flinging you aside. "You're nothing more than a pissant, a pathetic mortal who thinks he's some valiant hero. Cease this foolishness and submit to death, and perhaps I may make your end swift and merciful.""Bite me, Skeletor." you snarl. The Horned King roars and dark crimson energy erupts from his fingers, forming into a swarm of dark orbs. The eldritch spheres are closing in on you, and they seem to be homing projectiles>Outrun the spell>Block it>Write in(gonna take a walk for a bit, need to stretch my legs)
>>2670633>Hit them back
>>2670633Can we roll or side between his legs?
>>2670763I don't think you could slide between his legs because he's human-sized, but I guess rolling would be an option.
>>2670831I'll go with >>2670727
>>2670727>>2670844>roll 1d100, bo3
Rolled 30 (1d100)>>2670849
(Logging off for the night, will continue this tomorrow)
Rolled 27 (1d100)>>2670849
Rolled 56 (1d100)>>2670849
>>2671411>56(Screw it, can't sleep anyway)You try to deflect the salvo of dark magic, but you only manage to block a third of it before the others slam into you. The attack sends you careening into one of the carousel horses. You grunt as you get back up. >Fight magic with magic. Fire!>Throw the Keyblade >Go on the defensive until he exposes a weakness.>Write in
>>2671462>Go on the defensive until he exposes a weakness.
>>2671462changing to >>2671670
>>2671462>Go on the defensiveAlso>Be careful of nearby heartlessDon't want one of them biting us in the ass while we are distracted
>>2671670>>2671701>>2671991You dodge around swarming Heartless as you come back toward the Horned Cage, a little less cocky and a little more cautious. "Foolish Keybearer, you cannot hope to defeat me." cackles the Horned King. He waves his hands over the Cauldron, and more Shadow Heartless come surging out. All the collected Heartless begin to congregate, forming a tower that begins to turn into more of a cyclone of Heartless. Hoo boy.>Keep bludgeoning the Horned King>Time to fight magic with magic>See if the Cauldron will react to your magic>Take out the Demon Tower>Write in
>>2672194Goddammit, forgot my nick again.
>>2672194Could we aim our Fire spell between the King and the Cauldron? Knocking it off and negating him access would be optimal while we deal with the not-so-small-anymore fry.
>>2672253Otherwise going for the pool shot and hitting him with the Cauldron itself could buy us time too.
>>2672194I'll second >>2672253
>>2672253>>2672367>Roll 1d100, bo3
Rolled 2 (1d100)>>2672413
Rolled 41 (1d100)>>2672413
Rolled 48 (1d100)>>2672413
>>2672529>48"Fire!"You aim your Keyblade at the space between the Horned King and the Cauldron. However, you misjudge the angle and end up blasting just the Cauldron. The Cauldron gets sent flying, smashing against the pavement with a loud 'clang'. Toppled and with nobody in control, the Cauldron begins to glow an ominous red. It shakes and rattles as Shadows begin to flood out, and the Horned King seems alarmed."It would seem the fiend's control of the Heartless is limited to the ones he makes." says a posh British voice. You look around wildly, but don't see anyone."You're going to want to get airborne," advises the voice. "And I'd recommend you do it quickly.">Trust the voice, jump up onto the carousel.>Stay on the ground, try to fend off the Heartless>Write in
>>2672651>Trust the voice, jump up onto the carousel.
>>2672651>>Trust the voice, jump up onto the carousel.
>>2672662>>2672681>roll 1d100, bo3
Rolled 45 (1d100)>>2672738
Rolled 63 (1d100)>>2672738
Rolled 24 (1d100)Rolling to complete the set
>>2672752>63You decide to trust the voice and take a leap up, landing on top of the carousel. Just as you do, the Black Cauldron's seemingly unending torrent of Heartless meets the Heartless tower, and now it's just a flood of Heartless. It surges like it has a tide. The Horned King tries to retrieve the Black Cauldron, but the horde of Heartless is too dense to even push through. "No! I control you!" the Horned King screams furiously at the Heartless as they swarm him. "You will not destroy me! I FORBID IT!"A wave of dark crimson energy pulses out, but the Heartless just won't stop coming. You hear the Horned King scream in fury and pain as a literal tidal wave of Heartless comes down on him, the scream abruptly silence.Once more, the Horned King was undone by the Black Cauldron's power- but not the way you expected it.The Black Cauldron, no longer in possession of a master, seems to wink out of existence, along with the Heartless born from its depths. "Well, that was uncomfortably close." mutters the voice. You turn around to see a very small figure looking up at you- a brown mouse dressed in a brown overcoat."Excellent show, friend, though your aim with that pyrotechnic trick of yours could have been better." comments the mouse.>"Uh....thanks?">"Hey, I'd like to see you aim a fireball with a giant key in the middle of a horde of monsters.">Write in
>>2672924>I'm new at this.
>>2672941Seconded I really like that response
>>2672941>>2672962>>2673155You shrug. "I'm new at this." you say. "Well, it looks like you could use some help." says the mouse. "Basil of Baker Street, at your service. I've been doing some research on the Overtakers and their Heartless minions."You can hear Sarah's voice over the earpiece. "So that's the one who's been reading my files while I wasn't looking!" she yells indignantly. Basil seems to be able to hear her- the volume on your earpiece must be loud enough for him to hear it. You didn't think it was possible for a mouse to go red in the face with embarassment, but that's just what Basil does. "Yes, I did need to...'outsource' some of my investigations." Basil says awkwardly. "However, I did find something out on my own- the Overtakers are looking for something hidden in the park.""Something hidden?" asks Wayne. "Are you certain?""Correct," says Basil. "The Overtakers were very keen on keeping you occupied while they searched for whatever they're looking for. However, I couldn't figure out just what their coveted object was, for they realized someone had been listening in on them."Basil looks down, looking ashamed of himself. "I was careless and left evidence of my snooping. I barely made it out alive, and by the next day they'd completely moved their base of operations.">"Where were they operating from before?">"Got any ideas where they're hiding out now?">"Are you sure they didn't say anything about what they're looking for?">Write in
>>2673202>"Where were they operating from before?"
>>2673202>>"Where were they operating from before?"
>>2673219>>2673237"Where were they operating from before?" you ask. "A place called Discovery Island. Totally abandoned." answers Basil.That makes sense: Discovery Island was, until 1999, essentially a miniature zoo. Guests took boats over to Discovery Island, and here they could view a number of bird and animal species including flamingos, swans, tortoises, and much more. The animals were eventually moved to Disney’s Animal Kingdom, but otherwise much of the island has remained largely untouched."If the Overtakers are looking for something, we need to pay closer attention to their movements..." says Wayne.However, your attention is grabbed by something glittering on the ground...(Gonna stop for tonight, I gotta eat dinner and then run a D&D game)
>>2673327Have fun with D&D.Also nice thread, shame there weren't many players.
>>2673327(Continued)You hop down from the carousel to investigate. You pick up the glittering object. It looks like a pin or something similar, in the shape of an open storybook. >Pick it up>Leave it alone>Write in
>>2675352>Leave it alone>Call the others to look
>>2675352>Call WayneNot today Pooh Bear (I assume). Dropped your handle btw DiZ.
>>2675519>>2676062>Call the others"Hey, I've got something here...looks like a pin?" you say into your earpiece. Sarah chimes in."Ooh, that maybe a Keychain! You can equip those to your Keyblade to make it take on new and stronger forms!" she says excitedly.>Equip it>Save it for later
>>2676346>Try it out.
>>2676572You look at your Keyblade, trying to figure out where the Keychain would go. You find a Mickey Mouse symbol hanging from a chain on the back of your Keyblade, and you touch the Keychain to it. Immediately, your Keyblade glows and begins to shift its appearance. You watch as the blade lengthens and widens. The glow fades away, and your Keyblade looks radically different: the blade is shaped and colored to look like a castle tower with a green dragon coiled around it, mouth open in a roar. A jet of 'flame' sticks out of the dragon's mouth, forming the 'teeth' of the Key. The knuckleguards around the hilt vaguely form the outline of a shield.>You have obtained the Keyblade 'First Fantasy'.
>>2676585(First Fantasy: Though it only bestows a slight improvement to physical and magical power, it has a considerably farther reach.)You remember the Guard Armor dropped Spell Spheres upon its demise...maybe the Horned King did the same. You check around to see if there are any new Spheres.>roll 1d100, bo3
Rolled 9 (1d100)>>2676672
Rolled 46, 27 = 73 (2d100)Rolling to complete the set.
>>2676978>47You manage to find another Fire Spell Sphere, but that's about it.(Gonna wrap it up here, it's been a few days.)