Around you was a world that seemed familiar yet entirely new. A world which entered with only the forklift on which you drove, and the safety helmet which you wore. A world which would recognize your distinguished skillset as a forklift operator.After a short and uneventful drive, you reached a fork in the road marked by a signpost.> Continue to the castle> Turn around and head to the port> Turn right and enter the forest in the distance> Write in
>>5112768>> Continue to the castle
>>5112768> Turn around and head to the portLet's show dockers how it's done.
>>5112768>> Turn around and head to the port
It's time to make that port be awed at your cargo placing skills!
>>5112768>portalso, quests themehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I5ku_m1sNuo
>>5112768> Turn right and enter the forest in the distance
>>5112768> Continue to the castleOPEN THY GATES!
>>5112768> Turn around and head to the port
You consider continuing to the castle, and even entertain the thought of exploring the forest. But in the end, you decide that the port is your calling. You turn your forklift 360 degrees and drive away. Surprisingly, the road is empty, and you reach the port without incident. There, however, you are surrounded by curious dock workers. "Who the hell are you, and what kind of damned steed is that?", one asks in a highly insulting tone.> Forgive the infraction, and offer to help them load and unload cargo.> Feign forgiveness, and steal valuable cargo at the first opportunity. > They dare disrespect the mightly forklift and its highly qualified operator? They shall pay with their lives! (FIGHT)> Write in
>>5113887>> Feign forgiveness, and steal valuable cargo at the first opportunity.
>>5113887>> Forgive the infraction, and offer to help them load and unload cargo.Then, if they turn into asshole mode> Feign forgiveness, and steal valuable cargo at the first opportunity.
>>5113887>> Forgive the infraction, and offer to help them load and unload cargo.We were made for this.
>Give these ignorant heathens a show of your transport's prowess!
>>5114069+1 DEMONSTRATE TO THEM THE POWER OF THE MIGHTY FORKLIFT.
>>5114069+1 SHOW THEM THAT YOU ARE THE KING OF THE WAREHOUSE HERE, BUDDY.
"I merely wish to help you with your honorable work", you half-truthfully assure the dockworkers. "This machine is perfect for the job of transporting items from point A to point B." The dockworkers shrug your shoulders, and allow you to begin helping them unload the ship. As your mighty forklift swiftly moves heavy barrels of wine and crates of metal goods from the ship to the pile, you keep an eye out for an opportunity to just steal something and drive away. However, you are not able to free yourself of attention, and thus are unable to steal anything. Besides, they like you now. "Oh shit, another shipment already?", one worker exclaims as he spots another vessel sailing in. "Good thing this guy arrived today", another says.When the ship gets close, however, the cargo turns out to be a band of raiders. Shouts fill the air as they rush off their ship and onto the port. "Oh fuck, it's the Swedes! Alert the guards!", one dock worker exclaims, and a group runs off along a path. Others flee in different directions, but some grab whatever is at hand and prepare to repel the attackers. One swings a long wooden pole at a raider, only to have his arm lopped off by his sword. "Swedish WIN!", the raider proudly proclaims as dock worker shrieks in agony. > Rush into battle to repel the raid> Rush into battle to help the raiders> Steal something while everyone is distracted> Write in
>>5115371>> Steal something while everyone is distractedShout, "Crime pays!" as you ride away.
>>5115371> Rush into battle to help the raidersFORKLIFT SIEGE QUEST INBOUND
>>5115371>Rush into battle to repel the raidIMPALE SOME MOTHERFVCKRS YEAH
>FEEL THE FORLIFT'S WRATH, VILE INVADERS!
>>5115371> Rush into battle to help the raiders
>>5115371remember to ride the tynes on the ground to sharpen them
>>5115371>Rush into battle to repel the raidlet's try to be a nice guy
>>5115371> Rush into battle to repel the raidOH FUCK IT'S IKEA WORKERS, GOOD THING THAT THEY DON'T KNOW THE POWER OF THE FORKLIFT YET, LET'S FUCK THEM UP.
>>5115371> Rush into battle to help the raidersImagine how much cargo you can transport during their raids
>>5115371> Rush into battle to repel the raidnever have we seen any man withstand the might of the forklift in our old life. these ruffians are nothing compared to the bucket trucks we dueled
>>5115371The Swedes are winning, but that doesn't matter. A single forklift can turn the tide of a battle! Your allies clear out of the way as you accelerate into the brawl, dragging the forklift's tines along the ground to sharpen them out. "I saw this in a LiveLeak video once", you muse as you swerve to face the leader of the group, the bastard who crippled your comrade by amputating his best hand. His comrades close in, but you'll deal with them later. You focus again on the Swede with the blood-covered sword and round shield, and give the accelerator pedal a firm press. "DIE, FUCKER!", you yell as you close in and he turns to face you.Roll 1d100. BO3
Rolled 97 (1d100)>>5116791
Rolled 61 (1d100)>>5116794an excellent start
Rolled 35 (1d100)>>5116794can't go better than this
Rolled 67, 98, 15, 61, 92, 12, 77, 15, 66 = 503 (9d100)>>5116794>>5116796>>5116808Now I roll for the enemies because I forgot to do that earlierFirst 3 rolls are for the swordman to attack youNext 6 are for torchboy and axeman to get closer to you
>>5116813Raising your tines, you strike your enemy head-on! You smile as your tines knock away his buckler and leave deep gashes on both of his sides. "HAHA! Swedish FAIL!", you exclaim, as the forklift threatens to crush him under its wheels. His two comrades rush to his aid, but the axeman gets left in the dust. The torchman, however, could be a threat."NO!", the barbarian shrieks, as he struggles to avoid being run over. You smile for a moment, but then realize that there is no desperation in his voice. "Not Swedish Fail! Swedish WIN!", he yells, as he pulls himself onto your tines, and prepares to climb over the forklift and run you through with his sword!> Throw him off the forklift by stomping on the brakes> Throw him off the forklift by drifting hard> Lower the tines to lower him> Drive quickly to your allies so that they can beat him to death> Write in
>>5116839> Throw him off the forklift by drifting hard
>>5116839>> Throw him off the forklift by drifting hard
>>5116839>>5116841>>5116874>>5116908>>5116932i'll do you one better: throw him onto the torchman by driving hard
>>5117489>>5117259>>5116932>>5116908>>5116874>>5116841Roll 1d100+5 (+5: unanimous vote) to throw the Swede off the forklift by drifting. DC is 80. 90 or higher will slam him into the torch guy as well.
Rolled 31 + 5 (1d100 + 5)>>5117652
Rolled 28 + 5 (1d100 + 5)>>5117652another
>>5117652Should have mentioned that it’s BO3 like before>>5117707>>51177061 roll/IP
Rolled 9 + 5 (1d100 + 5)>>5117652
stand aside, let me do it
Rolled 43 + 5 (1d100 + 5)>>5117721
Rolled 38, 20, 78, 29, 97, 90, 4, 33, 33 = 422 (9d100)>>5117706>>5117718>>511772348 lolRolling for enemies, same order as before but torchy can get a hit in with a good roll
>>5117805You drift hard to the side, with the intent of throwing the swordsman off of the forklift and onto the torch-bearer. However, the torch-bearer is faster, and closes the distance before you can finish. Hopefully he doesn-AWW FUCK THAT HURT!!! Nothing catches on fire, but it hurts pretty fucking bad. It's a good thing that your allies are moving in to back you up.As your forklift runs out of monentum, you notice that the swordswede has managed to stay on. He jumps onto the mast, intending to clear it and dive onto you!> Accelerate, then hit the brakes to throw him onto the axeman> Accelerate and run the axeman over> Abandon the forklift and return to it once the dockworkers finish off the raiders> Write in
>>5117817>Start doing burnouts while screaming autistically, this breeds fear into the heats of the swedes while flinging the swordswede off due to the centrifugal force generated
>>5117958+1If drifting didn’t solve the issue, the only solution is to drift harder.
>>5117958+1 This is so stupid that it has to work.
>>5117958+1 This will totally work!
>>5117958This probably isn't OSHA compliant. But OSHA isn't here right now.+1
Update should come out tomorrow or Saturday. In the meantime feel free to give feedback on the quest. >>5117958>>5118514>>5118585>>5118621>>5118626>>5120426Roll 1d100 BO3, DC is 60
>>5120543lord I hope this worksas for feedback:+: drawing/shoops are funny and I hope to see more of them-: feels inactive at times but maybe that's just due to the lessened interest of the quest.>>5120426OSHA can gargle my warehouse storeman balls
Rolled 12 (1d100)>>5120557fuck forgot my roll like a tard
Rolled 79 (1d100)>>5120543>>5120558Let me salvage this
>>5120564nice save bro
Rolled 57 (1d100)>>5120543Let's see if I can get better
>>5120557> Fuck OSHA How to spot a shitty foreman 101.
Rolled 41 (1d100)>>5120543Fun stuff-- I wanna win the ROOOLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL
>>5117817> capture the leader bringing the forks in on him.
>>5121139>what the foreman doesn't know can't hurt himplus forklift karting is too fun to give up
>>5120557>+: drawing/shoops are funny and I hope to see more of themUsually, I despise latter day wojacks, but for some reason the addition of the MSPaint background and stick figures just makes the whole thing charming, in a paste eating kind of way.
If drifting didn't work, then what will? More drifting! The din of war is overwhelmed by your ear-shattering shrieks as you turn the forklift right, right, and right some more! The swordman is soon thrown off, and onto his axe-wielding comrade. The dockworkers finish them and the torchbearer off before you can capture them. You turn to fight the remaining swedes, but see that they have already retreated, either scared off by you or by the incoming reinforcements. Probably by you, however. Fucking cowards. Either they are cowards, or they are smart enough to not mess with the king of the docks. As the dockworkers rush to rescue the burning cargo ship, the soldiers take a moment to chat with you. "What is your name, honorable knight?"> write in"We would like to thank you sincerely for your aid, sir. The king is sure to give you a warm welcome once he hears of your deeds"> Accept their offer and head to the castle> Decline. Take the ship and pursue the Swedes before they get too far away!> Write inQM note: I'll try to make the pace of the quest a lot faster from now on. Also, I hope that booru.top gets up again soon, otherwise it will be much harder to source gem 'jaks
>>5124329>Write in nameGolden Dorifto>Accept offer, go to castle, be anointed ForkKnight
>>5124415+1 I concur with the name
>>5124415>>5124329+1 A name this perfect is only suited for an epic protagonist
You accept the offer, and are brought to the King's hall. "Greetings, Golden Dorifto. I am King Cob", the king introduces himself as he steps down from his throne. "I have heard of your deeds, and would like to make you one of my knights""Forkknight""Fine. Now, Forkknight Golden Dorifto, I have several tasks that you can do for me..."> Transport the wine from the King's cellars. The servants that the king sent previously didn't return> Kill the witch living in the forest> Participate in the upcoming jousting tournament> Decline and do something else (write in)
>>5127156> Participate in the upcoming jousting tournament> Decline and do something else (Inquire about more invasions)
>>5127156> Transport the wine from the King's cellars. The servants that the king sent previously didn't returnMoving things from one place to another place is our highest calling.
>>5127156> Transport the wine from the King's cellars. The servants that the king sent previously didn't returnThen, > Participate in the upcoming jousting tournament
>>5127422Also,>Inquire about the lack of normal women. Haven't seen one since the beginning, and aren't Isekai supposed to be at least harem-compatible?
>>5127156> Transport the wine from the King's cellars. The servants that the king sent previously didn't return
>>5127156>Transport the wine from the King's cellars. The servants that the king sent previously didn't returnDuty calls, we were made for this moment
>>5127422+1 there is no greater calling than to transport goods from one location to another, somewhat close location.>>5127755I concur.>>5127423I support this too, there has to be at least someone we can catcall cmon now.
>>5128664I feel like we'll have to settle on the witch
>>5127156>Transport the wine from the King's cellars.This fucker is the size of our forklift, what!
>>5129161he's just big boned I wouldn't worry about it
>>5127156>Participate in the upcoming jousting tournamentGotta see what horses look like here.
>>5127156You think about joining the tournament, but decide to clear out the king's cellars first. It is your calling, after all!As you drive into the barely-lit tunnels, two thoughts sit on your mind. 1. I thought this was an isekai! Where are the waifus? Where the fuck is my catgirl sex slave?!2. Why did the king's other guys go missing?Your pondering comes to an abrupt end when you see a massive eight-legged creature scurrying towards you!> FIGHT!> Retreat!> Ask it to be your waifu> Ask it something else> Write in
>>5136004>> Ask it something elseBecome my sidekick friend! You're the first serious opponent deserving it.As an Isekai hero, bitches will be piling up soon.
>>5136013+1 We need a sidekick.
>>5136013+1 someone has to fetch gas and ass for us, like a good serf
>>5136013Support. Beat it into submission if it refuses, THEN befriend it, just like in anime.
>>5136013>>5136028>>5136091>>5137046>>5137072You ask the creature to become your sidekick. Roll 1d100 BO3
Rolled 42 (1d100)>>5137269
Rolled 81 (1d100)>>5137269
Rolled 27 (1d100)>>5137269
qm pls come back this quest had so much potential T_T
>>5137269QM, please, we need the spiderfriend!
"Become my sidekick friend!", you suggest to the creature. You're not sure if it really understands you, but it doesn't try to eat you, which is a good sign. Instead, it continues to grin, and follows you around without incident as you lift a wine barrel and turn around."Have you heard that the workers who went down here went missing?", you ask the creature as you drive back. "There's no sign of them, either. Strange, right?"Your spider thing friend's smug smile would be very unnverving at that moment if not for the fact that it had been smiling that way since you first saw it.You drive back from the cellar and into the hall. You tell your companion to wait as you transport the barrel to the dining room. It seems to understand.You return to find the king and his guards confronting your friend. "Go on!", the king yells at the guards, while the giant spider stares at them with its signature shit-eating grin. "Kill the fucker already!". The guards steady themselves and prepare to attack!> Help the guards kill the spider beast> Defend your dear friend from the despot's thugs> Watch the battle from the sidelines> Drive away before you get impaled or eaten> Write in>>5143482>>5143607Sorry for going away unexpectedly, had a busy week
>>5144857> Defend your dear friend from the despot's thugs
>>5144857>> Defend your dear friend from the despot's thugs>Captcha: 2HOOT
>>5144857>Try to resolve things pacificallyAs Golden Dorifto, the ForkKnight, I demand you immediately stop threatening my Squire Wojatula.Failure to comply will force me to defend my vassal and you don't want to inquire my righteous hidden art of the pallet jackIf eloquence doesn't work> Defend your dear friend from the despot's thugs>Kill the despot>Rise from ForkKnight to ForkKing>Go bang the witch
>>5144911+1 we’re in an isekai don’t forget, might as well take advantage of it
>>5144859>>5144867>>5144911>>5144993>>5146244Golden Dorifto shall first attempt diplomacy, then resort to violence if necessary.Roll 2d100 (first for persuasion, second for attack if persuasion fails). BO3 for both
Rolled 13, 92 = 105 (2d100)>>5146765on it
>>5146769holy shit looks like we're kicking some ass tonight
Rolled 41, 27 = 68 (2d100)>>5146765
Rolled 52, 46 = 98 (2d100)>>5146765Go!
Is the thread dead?
>>5155417Sadly, it seems so.
>>5112768I got fired because some bitch lied about my abilities. I was literally operating it fine on camera for hours.
>>5165608Is it normal to stack boxes of two three pallets high on top of each other?