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/tg/ - Traditional Games - Over(Human)Limit Quest: S2 Episode 14

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Over(Human)Limit Quest: S2 Episode 14 Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)01:07 UTC+1 No.35593742 Report

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>www.youtube.com/watch?v=UEBIsUsvheA

Previous threads:
>http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=Over%28Human%29Limit%20Quest
Mis-archived 7th
>http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/29814791/

Twitter
>https://twitter.com/Overhuman_Quest

Asher's Sheet
>http://pastebin.com/kmsL31FP

Encyclopedia/Characters
>http://pastebin.com/n7kNbtwG

Contracts
>http://pastebin.com/9xWXHDMX

Previously:
San Diego is wiped out by a tidal wave, a young man caught in the deluge as the city is erased by what some might consider the very wrath of god in a world with a sky of endless colors. Snatched from the brunt of the wave, the young man faces an inhuman creature of humanoid form that strikes out his eye to deliver onto him the gift of magic by means of the followers.

Praise be to Susej they say. These followers.

Selfish in his means of survival, a young man rallies with these people for his own safety as the government seeks to keep the truth of the world under wraps, that magic exists and that people like the followers are throwing it into chaos.

Sent on a mission to liberate people captured for conscription based on their awakening to magic, he journeys with others to meet with a woman planted for this very purpose, finding adversity on the way.

Having left a trail all too easy to follow, he's been captured and taken to the very place he'd been looking to gain access, though not exactly on his own terms...

Recently rescued by unknown allies, the young man takes on a new alias “Faust” to help him lay low.

You are Asher Faust, welcome to Over(human)Limit S2
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)01:12 UTC+1 No.35593825 Report

>>35593742
>That pastebin.

Well, here's the updated version. Doubt it will matter this thread.
http://pastebin.com/0N40mTn9

http://pastebin.com/1HG3j4EA
This one is the same thing, but has the glow as smooky red+black instead of ember red.
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)01:13 UTC+1 No.35593841 Report

>>35593825
Sorry about that, had a lot the past few days, most questions were answered at work.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)01:14 UTC+1 No.35593866 Report

>>35593825
Why is there red in the cyan parts of that pic?
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)01:16 UTC+1 No.35593916 Report

Days pass as you go through a similar routine, waking up in the wood, being greeted by Emilia as she comes through the door. Sometimes XIX coming with her to give you blood and watch you work.
By your effort, the trees of this wood have returned to green, enchanted against flame and cold, and that had only been the first couple days. The blood of beasts is strong with magic, a single line of blood being all that's necessary it embed and strengthen the enchantment.
More would certainly make this last beyond just winter, yet the trees are many and the blood of beasts must be used sparingly. The wood is grateful, yet conflicted by the offerings.

During the nights, Fae dance in your dreams, curious as to what the man with the wooden arm is doing. You haven't much spoken with Faust either, and you've yet to see your sister again.

Emilia says that she's still working on some of the finer points of integrating the suits together, some kind of blockage of progress. It's been just about a week, but you're seeing a similar blockage in your own works. Even if you make the trees grow without faltering, even if they're resistant to the blade of an axe or a chainsaw. Who would protect their children? You will need to move on from here eventually. And even so these enchantments will eventually need to be restored. The power of blood is great, yet not infinite.

You meditate under a tree you feel that is particularly long-lived, its green leave standing against the chill of autumn even as the wind howls admirably to bring it down.

Searching your mind for an answer, it comes to you from the glimpses of your dreams. Fae. The old protectors.

Therein lies the same issue though. Eventually they will need to be restored.

Unless. They truly exist in this world...

Who would you ask for guidance in seeing this through?
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)01:16 UTC+1 No.35593924 Report

>>35593841
It's cool.
Sometimes I feel bad, like I'm spaming/pestering you about this stuff. If I'm being too much of an ass about it at some point, feel free to tell me to knock it off.
>>35593866
Because Asher's soul got cracked and the RB flowed into it. It's mostly in the part that used to be the Luci/pyromancy parts, but I figured the cyan Asher parts got some leaking into it too.
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)01:17 UTC+1 No.35593940 Report

>>35593916


>[] Lucia, it was her goal. The grounds between you should be neutral now.
>[] Faust. A long-lived alchemist. He assisted you with your arm. A solution should be simple, yes?
>[] Dorothy. She is strange and old, but she seems to know a thing or two when it comes to magic.
>[] Saphira. If she has a solution, it would likely be to the benefit of the others as well. You're all in this together.
>[] Search for the answer yourself within other astral realities.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)01:19 UTC+1 No.35593981 Report

>>35593940
>[] Search for the answer yourself within other astral realities.
I don't realy see any of the others having much knowledge of that.
And no Lucia that's a trap
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)01:20 UTC+1 No.35594007 Report

>>35593940
>[] Saphira. If she has a solution, it would likely be to the benefit of the others as well. You're all in this together.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)01:20 UTC+1 No.35594009 Report

>>35593940
>[] Faust. A long-lived alchemist. He assisted you with your arm. A solution should be simple, yes?
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)01:20 UTC+1 No.35594010 Report

>>35593940
>[] Search for the answer yourself within other astral realities.
or
>[] Faust. A long-lived alchemist. He assisted you with your arm. A solution should be simple, yes?
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)01:20 UTC+1 No.35594011 Report

>>35593924
Nah, it's good. I'm kind of scatterbrained when it comes to my notes and pastes.
Honestly, I've been thinking of you as "Secretary-san"

I'd probably make the cyan line thicker and stagger it with the dark/red. Like it's unstable.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)01:23 UTC+1 No.35594056 Report

>>35593940
>>[] Search for the answer yourself within other astral realities.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)01:25 UTC+1 No.35594095 Report

>>35593940
>[] Search for the answer yourself within other astral realities.
I wonder who we will find.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)01:26 UTC+1 No.35594121 Report

>>35593940
I don't really want to talk to Lucia until we're strong enough that she can't just curbstomp us on a whim.

Also, $20 says that she went and offered our replacement a bonus if they kill us.

>[x] Faust. A long-lived alchemist. He assisted you with your arm. A solution should be simple, yes?
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)01:27 UTC+1 No.35594137 Report

Alright. Time to do some searching...
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)01:27 UTC+1 No.35594138 Report

>>35593940
>[] Search for the answer yourself within other astral realities.
And noone fell for the trap option yet
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)01:28 UTC+1 No.35594154 Report

>>35593940
>grounds between you should be neutral now
I knew she still wanted the D.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)01:34 UTC+1 No.35594288 Report

>>35594137
Bad preparation Dran
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)01:36 UTC+1 No.35594315 Report

>>35594288
That was confirmation of a vote you silly-billy.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)01:37 UTC+1 No.35594343 Report

>>35594315
I am deeply sorry Dran-sama
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)01:38 UTC+1 No.35594355 Report

Plant parasites when?
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)01:41 UTC+1 No.35594431 Report

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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)01:44 UTC+1 No.35594480 Report

>Asher gets a wand thing
>Whenever he uses it, the spells refuse to harm plants
>Wand explodes and takes his arm with it
>He replaces his arm with a tree
>He goes and spends a few days doing nothing but enchanting trees to resist cold, heat, and physical damage

Do you think any of the ZG members are starting to put 2 and 2 together?
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)01:44 UTC+1 No.35594505 Report

Fae?
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)01:46 UTC+1 No.35594546 Report

>>35594480
> put 2 and 2 together
That Asher is a scrub? Yeah, they can probably tell.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)01:46 UTC+1 No.35594549 Report

>>35594480
Are there realy so many who would notice?
I mean everyone is freaking insane.
I wonder what Gertrude-quest players think at the moment
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)01:48 UTC+1 No.35594597 Report

>>35594565
>they must think we're crazy at least
So nothing changed at all?
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)01:49 UTC+1 No.35594611 Report

>>35594565
They already thought Asher was crazy. Remember, you're talking about the nigger that thought it was a good idea to join the crazy magic terrorists, organize a church slaughter at Pahrump, and work for Lucifer for a bit. Then there's the whole Rage Beast thing, which from everyone else's point of view, looks like he decided to just randomly summon a giant flaming death monster and start screaming at it in the middle of a 3-way fight between giant robots and wizards.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)01:51 UTC+1 No.35594655 Report

>>35594611
>he decided to just randomly summon a giant flaming death monster and start screaming at it in the middle of a 3-way fight between giant robots and wizards.
They must realy think that Asher is the stereotype for wizards
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)01:51 UTC+1 No.35594666 Report

>>35594546
It's really funny. Back in the first couple threads Asher was the strongest in his little group of Emilia, Hunter, and him and he was all smug and happy about it.

Now he's the weakest of the three and Emilia's probably the strongest. She's got Expert Geo and 7 points unspent, so she's pretty close to hitting a master rank spell and potentially getting crazy gravity powers associated with it.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)01:52 UTC+1 No.35594688 Report

>>35594666
I was never a fan of branching out as much as we did.
It's just fucking stupid to not specialise.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)01:53 UTC+1 No.35594698 Report

>>35593916
Dran, is this a phase we are going through after a bad breakup? Like, where most dudes hit the gym, Asher becomes a druid?
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)01:54 UTC+1 No.35594729 Report

>>35594549
>I wonder what Gertrude-quest players think at the moment
They probably think Faust finally snapped completly
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)01:55 UTC+1 No.35594758 Report

>>35594688
>as we did
I thought we were golden when we got alchemy, but then floramancy came along...
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)01:59 UTC+1 No.35594862 Report

>>35593916


At the dawn of the world, God made many creatures before mankind. Some, like the angels that followed Lucifer, wanted to make their own abode and burst out of heaven, leaving the gates ajar.
The force was so great that many other beings fell from heaven with the rebellious angels and other various beings. When God became aware of what was happening, he shut those gates, forbidding traversal to and from heaven. The rebels made their home in hell, while those that had been caught in the tide settled upon earth, becoming the fairies.

You open your eyes to the astral, and a displeased Morgan waits for you, the lusterous green dress matching that of her eyes, a miasma of violet shadows hanging about her.
“Why are you here? Guiding me to something?” You say, of equivalent dismay. Her Unseelie of misfortune nearly killed Cora in Vegas. As much as you might feel a tinge of guilt, it's this bitch's fault.

“You seek the courts of the fae, yes?” She says, turning her head as a road of light framed by flourishing trees is presented before your astral walk. “As an Unseelie, I have little business with the Seelie, yet they are the ones you seek.”
As she turns back to you, she smiles, long canines glinting with the colors of the ether, “I will show you the way. They call you as they've noticed your work thus far.”

“How nice of them to notice.” You step forward, and without further delay, the two of you walk down the path. “What should I expect.”

“Many children, both young and old, so many catering to be summoned.”

“Children young and old?” You ask, but then you smile and hold up a hand, pausing her from answering, “Right, immortal fae. Forever young, yet old. Forever childish, yet mature.”

“Exactly. Even more so for the Seelie.”

“Are you going to leave if I make a deal with them?”
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:00 UTC+1 No.35594888 Report

>>35594688
The thing is, not branching out was never an option. Even if we had stayed pure Hydromancer, Ice and Steam would have stayed as separate spells, and we likely would have had to take Materia Firma to be effective at all, so we'd have been split between 3 or 4 spells then anyway. Right now, we're split between Summoning, Alchemy, and I guess Flora as our main 3 with the other prereq/misc spells all totaling up to cost about the same as a single Expert spell. So really Asher effectively has 4 spells; summoning and alchemy are two high-tier spells at medium ranks, the pile of prereqs/misc spells is like a low-tier power but high-tier diversity at a high rank, and flora is I guess a med-tier spell at a low rank.

The whole thing is kind of a clusterfuck, really.
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)02:03 UTC+1 No.35594957 Report

>>35594862


Morgan purses her lips together, eyes fluttering them out into a smile, “Yes. I've got my own business to take care of. Other people are rediscovering Arthurian lore and the true king of England must make his return soon.”

“Your brother?”

“Our legend ends with his departure to Avalon for healing. During my life I had not the power to bring him back, then people turned me into a figure of evil. How they demonized women in my time.” She shakes her head at the memory.

You stare at her for a moment, “You lived?”

Morgan gives you a coy grin, her eyes turning ahead to a blinding light, “Come, we are almost there.”

As you pass through the threshold, you are greeted by a world of distinct smells. Loamy soil, flowers in full bloom, and thousands of colors coalescing into distinct and vibrant, solid forms.

"You can keep the beast." She whispers.
Yet when you turn around, Morgan is nowhere to be found. Calling out her name, yields no answer.

She was serious. Gone, she's left you. And so easily.
Perhaps you'll find her someday in England?
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:04 UTC+1 No.35594998 Report

>>35594957
Well that was unexpected
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:05 UTC+1 No.35595011 Report

>>35594957
Shame she's gone, but at least she was cool about it. Morgan was pretty based.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:07 UTC+1 No.35595051 Report

>>35594957
A shame I liked Morgan.
If we survive long enough it surely brought us some point with King Arthur should we meet him
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:07 UTC+1 No.35595066 Report

>>35594957
>>35594862
Huh. I guess she really was the summon that was most like Asher. Fucked right off when better deals were to be found elsewhere.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:08 UTC+1 No.35595094 Report

>>35594957
>"You can keep the beast." She whispers.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:10 UTC+1 No.35595129 Report

>>35595051
My thoughts exactly. She's probably the first mythos figure we've left (or has left us, in this case) on good terms.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:10 UTC+1 No.35595154 Report

>>35594758
Floramancy+Alchemy together is the shit.

That arm we made is apparently an Expert/Master thing if you only have Floramancy. And we got it at Apprentice.

Imagine what we can make with both of them at Master.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:11 UTC+1 No.35595160 Report

>>35595129
I'm kinda glad that it went like that instead of turning into Luci 2.0
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:12 UTC+1 No.35595209 Report

>>35594957
>Do shit with your power Asher
>Demonstrate your power Asher
>Use your FUCKING POWER ASHER
>I want to MAKE you use your power Asher
Hmmmm... I think I'm going to use my power to become god of the forest...
>Yeah, I'm gonna fuck off to England now, bye
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:13 UTC+1 No.35595215 Report

I'm kinda happy that she's gone even though she was probably my favorite character in the quest. Her powers really weren't suited to direct combat at all and if we're going to be turning into some kind of a plant hybrid thing, her healing magic wouldn't work on us anyway.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:14 UTC+1 No.35595247 Report

>>35595215
And it was starting to look like her staying around for much longer would have just resulted in some bad shit happening.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:14 UTC+1 No.35595249 Report

>>35595154
I'm not disagreeing, but the concern would be that we will continue to suck since we have no skills above adept. With luck, floramancy will be the last branch we make in spending our LIMIT.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:15 UTC+1 No.35595264 Report

>>35595215
I didn't trust her at all, and she did as much harm for us as good, though I did like her.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:17 UTC+1 No.35595323 Report

>>35595249
I kinda wanted to get Flora to Adept for the big boost that gives and then rush either Alchemy or Summoning to Master rank. Alchemy would get nukes and SCIENCE! matter that does crazy stuff, Summoning would let us summon crazy summons that do crazy summons stuff.

Leaning more towards wanting Alchemy, myself, but I'd be fine with summoning.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:19 UTC+1 No.35595374 Report

>>35595323
Alchemy should be our focus, it improves all our other magic
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)02:20 UTC+1 No.35595382 Report

>>35594957


“Hello?” You wander through the trees for some time, a surreal facsimile of the wood your real body sleeps in. Things can be heard moving in the verdant brush. “Anyone there?” Pushing back a bush and you see a faerie grinning at you stupidly, a smile of sharp little teeth.
You blink, “He-”

“Human!” It screams and flies off. “Human! Human! Human! It's a child of Adam! It's a child of man! Woman! A huuuuman!” It screeches for the whole faewood to hear.

With fingers in your ears, you walk on, tromping in nearly the opposite direction. Honestly, this place feels different from your other trips to the astral. This isn't like the bedroom with Lucia, or Asherah's beach. No- it's actually more like Asherah's beach... Just. More.
There's a life here and there are denizens. You can hear a rousing interest from far away as the fae alarms others. This is more like another plane.

As you carry on, you see crystalline trees breaching through the canopy of the woods.
The way there, you find a bridge granting passage over a running river. You scratch your chin to think. Something's giving you pause, yet you can't quite put your finger on it...

>[] Cross the bridge.
>[] Head downriver.
>[] Cross the river... Though it's moving a bit fast.
>[] (Other)
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:22 UTC+1 No.35595419 Report

>>35595382
I feel like I should hit up wikipedia for fae and bridges before I vote...
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:22 UTC+1 No.35595426 Report

>>35595382
Take a look under the bridge, see if there's anything hiding underneath it, and if it all seems clear then cross the bridge.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:23 UTC+1 No.35595449 Report

>>35595382
Look under the bridge
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:24 UTC+1 No.35595463 Report

>>35595382
>[] Head downriver.
Don't drink or eat anything.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:25 UTC+1 No.35595490 Report

>>35595382
Isn't there something like a spirit can't cross running water? Does that apply to us as well?
If so, don't go in the river...

Also, is our magic disabled here?
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:25 UTC+1 No.35595501 Report

>>35595374
More the other way around - our Alchemy is improved by all our other magic. Alch does help the other spells, but it gets a bigger buff itself than it gives.

Also it doesn't really interact with summoning much at all beyond the whole real bodies thing.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:27 UTC+1 No.35595528 Report

>>35595490
Pretty sure we can magic in the astral, but I don't really feel like testing our stuff against this place. Seems like it'd go poorly at best.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:30 UTC+1 No.35595611 Report

>>35595382
>[] Head downriver.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:32 UTC+1 No.35595681 Report

>>35595382
Seems like we've entered Tír na nÓg. Nice last gesture of Morgan to lead us here.
>[] Head downriver.
The bridge seems suspicious
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)02:35 UTC+1 No.35595742 Report

>>35595382


With your intuition bleats at you, and with that little thought in mind, you head to the side of the bridge, going prone and peering around to the underside. There you see a troll dozing off beneath the bridge.

Huh, well that figures. Every bridge have a troll under it or something?

Well, maybe you could ask it for directions to the fae court...

>[] Fuck that shit, head downriver.
>[] Walk over the bridge very carefully.
>[] Talk to the troll.
>[] Try asking a faerie for directions... preferably one that isn't screaming.
>[] (other)
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:37 UTC+1 No.35595766 Report

>>35595742
>[] Talk to the troll.
or
>[] Try asking a faerie for directions... preferably one that isn't screaming.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:37 UTC+1 No.35595788 Report

>>35595742
>[] Fuck that shit, head downriver.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:38 UTC+1 No.35595797 Report

>>35595742
>[] Talk to the troll.

Don't get too close to it though.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:40 UTC+1 No.35595851 Report

>>35595742
>[] Fuck that shit, head downriver.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:41 UTC+1 No.35595878 Report

>>35595742
>[] Fuck that shit, head downriver.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:41 UTC+1 No.35595880 Report

>>35595742
>>[] Talk to the troll.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:42 UTC+1 No.35595887 Report

>>35595742
>[] Fuck that shit, head downriver.
or
>[] Fuck that shit, head downriver.
Asking a fae for direction doesn't seem like the smartest plan
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:44 UTC+1 No.35595954 Report

>>35595887
second one was supposed to be
>[] Talk to the troll.
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)02:50 UTC+1 No.35596082 Report

>>35595887
Trolls are also a type of fae, kind of like goblins are.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:51 UTC+1 No.35596108 Report

>>35595742
>[] Try asking a faerie for directions... preferably one that isn't screaming.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)02:53 UTC+1 No.35596146 Report

>>35596082
Yes but the troll will want something to let us pass the bridge while a random fairy might send us into a completly wrong direction.
Also If I remember correctly one has to repay every favour one gets from a fae
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)03:12 UTC+1 No.35596628 Report

>>35596082
Still alive Dran?
Also confirmation whether we are in Tir na nOg or not?
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)03:16 UTC+1 No.35596774 Report

>>35596628
Korean RPGs
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)03:17 UTC+1 No.35596797 Report

>>35595742

You stare at the sleeping troll, a thug of thick skin, long horns, and gangly features. It's a safe bet that it could dash your body here with a single swing...

Hoisting yourself up, you're ready to run downriver at a moment's notice, “Hey there.” You say aloud, “You with the face.”

The dark green monster rustles in its sleeping habit, a loud wretched snore tearing through the air.

With a deep breath, you yell “I SAID YOU WITH THE FACE!”

The thing swings out, waking up, large yellow eyes snapping open with veins popping. “Ho?! Who goes thar? Ye be want'n cross me bridge? Need a toll t' keep it nice an' fixed fer da passersby.”

You dig in your pockets, turning them out to find them empty. Figures. “No money, but I do need to pass.”

“An' ware might ye be goin' lad?” It grumbles, hoisting itself up, and swinging its long arms upon the underside of the bridge, flipping up topside like a monkey, stretching out, cracking and popping joints, “Oh, me old bones be sore 's a whore... Ware ye be goin? An'...” The thing squints, “Aint ye be a human?”

“Looking for the Seelie Court. And yes, I am.” Hopefully that gets you some special priviledge. “By the way, where am I?”

“Queshtun fer an answer lad...” The monster scratches wiry whiskers sprouting from its chin, “Ye be in Tir Na Nog, land o' th' immortul Fae. An what might a human be look'n fer th' court fer? Been a long time since y' kind been to ourland.”

>[] “Looking to make a deal.”
>[] “Looking for an alliance.”
>[] “Training and knowledge.”
>[] “None of your business.”
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)03:20 UTC+1 No.35596861 Report

>>35596797
>[] “Looking for an alliance.”
or
>[] “Training and knowledge.”
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)03:21 UTC+1 No.35596878 Report

>>35596797
We came here to figure out how to better protect the trees in a more permanent way than the enchantments give.
>[] “Training and knowledge.”
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)03:23 UTC+1 No.35596924 Report

>>35596797
>[] “Training and knowledge.”
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)03:25 UTC+1 No.35596964 Report

>>35596797
>[] “Training and knowledge.”
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)03:27 UTC+1 No.35597013 Report

>>35596797
>[] “Looking to make a deal.”
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)03:28 UTC+1 No.35597028 Report

>>35596797
>[] “Looking for an alliance.”
We want to bring the spirits of the forest into the world now, right?
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)03:29 UTC+1 No.35597061 Report

>>35597028
We want a whole lot of things.
But that too
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)03:30 UTC+1 No.35597088 Report

>>35597028
Something like that? I think we want to figure out how to make the forest spirits real in addition to figuring out how to make new plant monster life things.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)03:32 UTC+1 No.35597136 Report

>>35597028
That + Training and Knowledge
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)03:42 UTC+1 No.35597377 Report

>>35596797


“Knowledge, though an alliance might be alright too.” You admit, the troll, gripping his chin ponderously.

“Well, that be one o' the nob-ler causes lad. An' wish me could help ya. But see, me bridge, “He taps his foot upon the ragged wood, “Has a toll. No coin, no passage.”

“I could make a deal with you. Summon you into the real world.” You bargain, yet the troll laughs.

“See, 's much 's tha's nice, me can' do it. Bridge 'as a toll, an' me be troll. Law o' th' fae. If y' try t' pass, I'll need t' eat ya.”

“Right...” You look on down the river.

“It ends kin' o' far. Too fas' t' cross wit'out getting' swept t' the pond. Take time but y' might be right on getting' round.”

“Sounds fine by me.” You start to walk off.

“Good luck wit' 'em girlies human!”

You give a backwards wave. At least the troll was somewhat pleasant.

Downriver, you find yourself at a clearing with a pond, the water slowly foaming and lapping at the shores, pooling with etheric forces, spurts of magic and life glistening amongst the surface. Lillypads in full bloom, and dragonflies darting about, dipping into the water. Further and up is a sheer cliff face, though there seems to be a thin ledge that's passable between the water and cliff face.

Your feet are kind of tired.. and you find yourself a bit parched.

>[] Lay down to rest against a tree.
>[] Get a drink from the pond.
>[] Go for a swim.
>[] Stay the course, and walk along the slippery ledge.
>[] (other)
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)03:45 UTC+1 No.35597434 Report

>>35597377
>[] Stay the course, and walk along the slippery ledge.
Doesn't time pass something like 100X faster in here? I'd rather not fuck around.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)03:45 UTC+1 No.35597436 Report

>>35597377
>[] Stay the course, and walk along the slippery ledge.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)03:47 UTC+1 No.35597494 Report

>>35597377
>[] Stay the course, and walk along the slippery ledge.
Let's not fall into the generic faeryland traps
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)03:49 UTC+1 No.35597543 Report

>>35597377
Use the ice board idea to get around
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)03:49 UTC+1 No.35597544 Report

>>35597494
This is a chance to meet a variety of summons before contracting.
That rapport yo.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)03:50 UTC+1 No.35597575 Report

>>35597544
Oh. Not even the anon you're replying to, but I thought this was a pile of generic trap option too.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)03:51 UTC+1 No.35597602 Report

>>35597544
Well than change >>35597494 to
>[] Lay down to rest against a tree.
Because I'm still against drinking anything here
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)03:52 UTC+1 No.35597646 Report

>>35597377
>[] Lay down to rest against a tree.
I realy don't want to drink something around here.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)03:53 UTC+1 No.35597666 Report

>>35597377
>[] Lay down to rest against a tree.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)03:56 UTC+1 No.35597756 Report

>>35595742
Is the bridge in a state of disrepair? Can we fix it with magic?
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)03:59 UTC+1 No.35597840 Report

>>35597377
>[] Lay down to rest against a tree.
Let's find us a dryad!
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)04:09 UTC+1 No.35598100 Report

>>35597840
Hope you like getting stabbed
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)04:15 UTC+1 No.35598249 Report

>>35597756
We would have to pay.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)04:18 UTC+1 No.35598306 Report

>>35597840
Probably not going to look anything like this
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)04:21 UTC+1 No.35598397 Report

>>35598306
I've been with this quest for so long that I was honestly surprised when there wasn't a huge bulge on that chick.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)04:25 UTC+1 No.35598501 Report

>>35598397
Camille was the best fuckbuddy option and you know it.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)04:27 UTC+1 No.35598519 Report

>>35598501
Go away trap fetishist.
I hope Ebola-chan gets your eye
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)04:28 UTC+1 No.35598547 Report

>>35598501
But that'd be gay. I admit Dran has some issues with women, but that just means lolis are the real solution.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)04:29 UTC+1 No.35598569 Report

>>35598501
Asher likes women anon.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)04:30 UTC+1 No.35598609 Report

>>35598569
Camille was more effeminate than Emilia was.

Which is kinda a thing I'm noticing with traps. They tend to be more girly than actual girls.
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)04:32 UTC+1 No.35598644 Report

>>35597377


With a blink, you find yourself a bit more tired than you thought. Seeing a tree that seems just right to lean against, you slide down, get comfortable and stare at the burbling water for a bit. Little wisps fly across the pond, chasing fireflies. Slowly, you doze off...

After a while, you hear voices.
“A human...”

“Evie was right!

“Shush Xera, you'll wake it up!”

“Shaddup Sappa, YOU'LL wake it up!”

“Shhh, Quiet you, he's napping.” This one hums from the tree you're snug up against.

Cracking your eyes open slowly, you're met with the little faces of a small flock of faeries.

“It's awake! Scram!” A red-haired one shouts, and the they all zip away.

Getting up, you feel a touch on your shoulder and look back to see a woman of wood halfway out of the tree, “Good morning, I tried to get them to leave you be. By chance, you are unwed?”

Gently and warily, you pull away, brushing the feeling of the touch off your shoulder, “No, I'm not. I was just going actually.” In a bit of a hurry, you start to head for the cliff.

“Wait! Wait! Those rocks are slippery!”

You look back, “And?”

“When something is slippery, you're bound to slip.” The dryad smiles, green hair falling over part of her face. She's part of a willow tree.

You stare at her blankly, “Okay, isn't that common sense?”

“Of course it is. That's why you shouldn't walk on those rocks.”

You turn to her and tromp up, looking her up and down. Long willowy hair covers her face, obscuring her eyes, yet revealing enough for a friendly little smile to pass through. The vines cover her chest which you presume to be otherwise bare. She has her hands before her, gingerly fidgeting with her fingers.

“So, what do you propose I do?”

The dryad points out to the water, “Should ask the nymphs for safe passage...

“Alright, thank you.” You begin to turn again, when-

“But first! C-could I... Erm... Could I have a hug?”
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)04:32 UTC+1 No.35598666 Report

>>35598609

They're actively trying to be girls, as opposed to simply being a girl, so... yeah. Turns out when you have unrealistic fantasies and expectations, the people actively trying to live up to the same unrealistic fantasies and expectations will, in fact, be closer that ideal.
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)04:33 UTC+1 No.35598671 Report

>>35598644


She opens her arms up, looking away ever so slightly. From where you can see her cheeks through the willowvine, she's blushing a bit. She seems.. bashful?

>[] Give the dryad a hug.
>[] Turn her down, and try talking to the nymphs.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)04:35 UTC+1 No.35598717 Report

>>35598666
I meant in a passive sense.

Camille likes painting flowers, and Emilia likes shanking robots with a magic spear.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)04:35 UTC+1 No.35598729 Report

>>35598671
Does anyone know if there's some kind of "don't hug the dryads" thing going on in this place? Or if hugging her means we have to marry her or something?
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)04:35 UTC+1 No.35598733 Report

>>35598671
>Hug that slut
I know the hug is a trap, but I'm hoping it is a fun trap.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)04:36 UTC+1 No.35598764 Report

>>35598671
>[] Give the dryad a hug.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)04:37 UTC+1 No.35598769 Report

>>35598729
She might be an alraune, looking for her fix of human blood.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)04:37 UTC+1 No.35598771 Report

>>35598671
I have no Clue whether that's a trap or not
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)04:37 UTC+1 No.35598786 Report

>>35598671
>[] Give the dryad a hug.
Asher has become a hippie tree hugger in every possible way
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)04:37 UTC+1 No.35598787 Report

>>35598671
>[] Give the dryad a hug.

We've got a forest in us, we're down with dryads.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)04:38 UTC+1 No.35598793 Report

Is it the ragebeast's influence that we're not getting pissed off at these creatures? For example
>At least the troll was somewhat pleasant.
instead of
>this dumbass brute thinks it can get in my way!? (attack)
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)04:40 UTC+1 No.35598844 Report

>>35598793
He's not in a real bad mood.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)04:41 UTC+1 No.35598878 Report

>>35598793
I think it might just be that Asher's gotten his ass kicked by astral shit enough times and has read enough books about fae and stuff to know to just deal with it and not piss off the forest.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)04:41 UTC+1 No.35598892 Report

>>35598769
It could be a Skogsra or something no idea. They are always looking for dudes
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)04:43 UTC+1 No.35598932 Report

>>35598892
We're in Arthurian context, so I don't think explicitly Celtic shit would fly. Then again, there are dryads and water nymphs...
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)04:43 UTC+1 No.35598941 Report

>>35598892
>>35598769
Are those in Tir Na Nog, though? I don't think they are.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)04:44 UTC+1 No.35598945 Report

>>35598932
We are in Tir na nOg.
You don't get more celtic
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)04:45 UTC+1 No.35598974 Report

>>35598729
>The dryads of ash trees were called the Meliai
> Nymphs associated with apple trees were the Epimeliad, and those associated with walnut-trees were the Caryatids.
>Querquetulanae, Roman nymphs of the oak

No willow here. I'm not sure if I should be more or less worried

>contracter seBacwe
Looks like captcha is in the mood for some summoning
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)04:47 UTC+1 No.35599031 Report

I'm just waiting for Saph to start ripping her hair out when we walk back through the door covered in forest grime with a dozen fae in tow.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)04:48 UTC+1 No.35599053 Report

>>35599031
>Only a dozen
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)04:50 UTC+1 No.35599096 Report

>>35598793
Getting angry for no reason, as opposed to getting angry at stupid shit, makes you giggly. The troll will be the troll, and getting mad at the troll for being the troll isn't helpful, so there's no reason to be mad, so you won't stay mad very long.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)04:50 UTC+1 No.35599115 Report

>>35599096
I'm surprised the troll didn't try to troll us
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)04:51 UTC+1 No.35599126 Report

>>35599031
He probably looks like a clusterfuck to anyone with astral sight.
>Look at Asher in the astral
>All cracked and stuck together with angry-looking fire
>Fae everywhere
>Plants everywhere
>Alchemic circles everywhere
>Donneth just kinda standing there looking out of place
>Legna standing there like Norse secret service agent.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)04:56 UTC+1 No.35599256 Report

>>35599126
This makes me wonder, is it possible to combine two whole mythos together? Like celtic and norse come together in some sort of fusion...
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:01 UTC+1 No.35599359 Report

>>35599256
What's Donneth?

Native American wendigo + Arthurian unseelie fae knight/hunting enthusiast
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:03 UTC+1 No.35599408 Report

>>35599359
>hunting enthusiast
I lost it
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)05:06 UTC+1 No.35599457 Report

>>35598671


A bit wary at first, you step forward, “No tricks, okay?” and put your arm around her. As you embrace her, she returns it, laying her head upon your shoulder amputated shoulder and taking in a deep breath.

“You smell like an old burnt wood... Lots of anger, but there is peace for you here...” She pulls away, “You should ask the Queen Titania for healing, surely she could heal the anger as it rests in your-”

You bat her off, “I'm fine.” You make to leave at last, “The anger is good. It is my tool for justice. I will protect the trees.”

“It sounds more like vengeance...”

“Mind your own, okay?” You stop, thinking for a moment, “Though I may need someone like you. To protect the trees... If you could help them protect themselves, would you?”

“A b-body? In your world? I.. I don't know. I've been here for so long..”

“You've only been in Tir Na Nog for a few years, you know how time passes for us.” A little red-headed faerie peeps out from the dryad's vines.

“Xera, but that's.”

“Hey, human, why not make me and the girls that kind of offer? We'd love to go to the human world! The sights, the smells, the life!”

Staring at the fae for a moment, you walk off to the pond's side without another word.

“-eyyyyyy!” The Faerie zips in front of your face as you squat beside the water. “Hey! Listen! Me and the girls-”
You move the faerie out of the way, as you go to scratch your head, wondering what to do with the pond.
“Listen, Hey! We can help yo-” You grab the faerie, and throw her backward as you raise an eyebrow.

“I SAID HEY!” She darts back in front, and grabs your hand as you make to bat her out of the way.

Looking at the back of your hand, you grimace at the faerie, “What do you want? Got anything useful to say?”

“Me and the gi-” You tense up, ready to swing her off, “YOU SHOULD KNOCK!”
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)05:07 UTC+1 No.35599484 Report

>>35599457
You stop. “What?

“If you knock on someone's home, they answer. Faerie rule. Twice for bathroom, three times for friends or familial affairs, four for business!”

“Uh, huh. And what about five, six, seven, or eight?”

“You don't need to knock that many times!” She cries.

>[] Fling her off.
>[] Give her the time of day.
>[] Go ahead and knock while she's still on the back of your hand.

>How many times will you knock?
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:10 UTC+1 No.35599551 Report

>>35599484
Technically, we haven't met them yet. This will be a business discussion, though if it ends on a good note we might knock three times.

>Give her the time of day
If she doesn't have anything else interesting to say
>Knock four times while she's still on your hand.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:11 UTC+1 No.35599553 Report

>>35599484
>[] Give her the time of day.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:11 UTC+1 No.35599557 Report

>>35599484
>[] Go ahead and knock while she's still on the back of your hand.
4times I guess?
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:13 UTC+1 No.35599592 Report

>>35599484
>[] Go ahead and knock while she's still on the back of your hand.
Twice, lel
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:13 UTC+1 No.35599602 Report

>>35599484
>[] Go ahead and knock while she's still on the back of your hand.
It's buisness I guess since we haven't met before
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:14 UTC+1 No.35599617 Report

>>35599484
>[] Give her the time of day.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:14 UTC+1 No.35599635 Report

>>35599484
>>[] Give her the time of day.
She gave us advice, so we'll here her out.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:14 UTC+1 No.35599637 Report

>>35599484
>[] Give her the time of day.
Knock 4 times
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:15 UTC+1 No.35599642 Report

>>35599484
>[] Go ahead and knock while she's still on the back of your hand.
4times
Saph will have a psychic breakdown when we bring them with us
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)05:15 UTC+1 No.35599651 Report

Surprised you guys don't want to try 5+...
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:15 UTC+1 No.35599668 Report

>>35599651
We can knock a hundred million times if you want.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:16 UTC+1 No.35599674 Report

>>35599484
>[] Give her the time of day.

7 times, because 7 is lucky.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:21 UTC+1 No.35599785 Report

>>35599674
7 is also 3+4, so it's like friend business.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:25 UTC+1 No.35599856 Report

>The Fairy Queen is said to pay a tithe to Hell every seven years, and her mortal lovers often provide this sacrifice.
So, uh, don't fuck the fairy queen.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:27 UTC+1 No.35599925 Report

>>35599856
Why would a pagan deity/mythos pay tribute to the christian satan?
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:28 UTC+1 No.35599956 Report

>>35599925
Fuck if I know. I'd rather not end up finding out, though.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:28 UTC+1 No.35599964 Report

>>35599256
Aztec mythology does that.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:29 UTC+1 No.35599970 Report

>>35599925
Not that guy but sometimes mythos mix and people make shit up that change myths over time.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:31 UTC+1 No.35600018 Report

>>35599925
Because people think she does.
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)05:38 UTC+1 No.35600207 Report

>>35599484


“Alright, what do you want?”

The Fae finally sighs, and flits off of your hand, “Finally, you're gonna listen! Oh, I'm so excited!” She sees some of the other faeries looking at her, immediately locking up and adjusting her position, straight and haughty.
“I am Xera, a fire Godde-”

“Bullshit.” You look away, ready to knock.

“Wait, wait, wait!” She pleads, and you give her attention again, a scrutinizing look.

“Okay, I'm Xera, and my sisters heard about boundary between our worlds becoming all thin again! We were hoping that- since you're hear- that you could pretty please summon us so we can do things and have fun?” She clasps her hands together, squeezing her eyes shut.

You roll your own, had your own fill of little faeries. But... “You can do fire magic?”

“A little...- I mean, a lot! I can totally do a lot!” She zips around, before you, puffing out her chest, “I'm a fire goddess after all!”

“Right... And the girls?” You point a thumb back at the other fae that are peeking out of hiding.

“Oi, come here, I think the human is cool!”

“You sure Xera?”

“Yeah! It totally doesn't want to eat us!”

For some reason, you feel vaguely dramatized as a monster.

The other faeries come out. One with yellow hair, another with blue, and the last with green.

Xera points out each one in turn, “Evi!”

The one with a troubled smile, long ears, a crook in her nose and blobde hair pulled back into a bun waves back shyly,” H-hello...”

“Sappa!”

One with long curly blue hair and downcast eyes waves back, “Hello...”

“And Sara!”

The one in green that you actually recognize from the bushes earlier, growls at you with her hands out like claws, “Rawr, human!”
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)05:39 UTC+1 No.35600228 Report

>>35600207


The quartet of faes gather in front of you.
“So you're going to summon us?”
“I expected taller.”
“Wonder what that bulge is in his pants.”
“What happened to his arm?”
“He smells like smoke.”

The faes chatter about, incessantly as they get more comfortable...

>[] Ignore them and knock...
>[] Try to set up some kind of contract... with the four of them.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:41 UTC+1 No.35600253 Report

>>35600207
Wait a second.
This seems familiar...

Are these the fairies from pic related that I posed back months ago?
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:41 UTC+1 No.35600257 Report

>>35600228
>[] Ignore them and knock...
We haven't knocked yet have we?
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:41 UTC+1 No.35600259 Report

>>35600228
>[] Try to set up some kind of contract... with the four of them.
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)05:41 UTC+1 No.35600261 Report

>>35600207

>Edit: The Green one's name is Lunn
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:42 UTC+1 No.35600271 Report

>>35600207
>“I'm a fire goddess after all!”
Let me guess she's a minor one.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:42 UTC+1 No.35600281 Report

>>35600228
>Ignore them and knock...
That's how buisness is done her and I feel like something horrible will happen if we don't follow that procedure
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)05:42 UTC+1 No.35600282 Report

>>35600253
They are elemental, but they don't look like that.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:43 UTC+1 No.35600314 Report

>>35600228
>[x] Ignore them and knock...
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:43 UTC+1 No.35600318 Report

>>35600228
>[] Ignore them and knock...
3+4 times ?
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:44 UTC+1 No.35600323 Report

>>35600228
"I'll...consider it. It might be useful having a few lesser fae helping out, but you'd have to work for your keep. For now, though..."
>Ignore them and knock
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:54 UTC+1 No.35600526 Report

>>35600228
>[] Try to set up some kind of contract... with the four of them.
You guys are no fun.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:54 UTC+1 No.35600532 Report

Guys? I remembered we can create TNT.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:54 UTC+1 No.35600540 Report

>>35598671
>>[] Give the dryad a hug.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)05:55 UTC+1 No.35600562 Report

>>35600540
you're a bit late
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)05:59 UTC+1 No.35600621 Report

>>35600228


Ignoring them, you turn to knock on the surface of the water. To your surprise, knuckles against water have a sudden firmness, giving the implication and sound of an actual knock.

You knock once.

“Hey, what are you doing?”

You knock again.

“Wait, he's knocking.”

And a third time.

“Hey, we were-”

You knock a fourth and final time.

“No! He knocked four times for the nymph!”

You knock four times, and look away for a moment to stare at the annoying faeries, “What? I have business with her.”

“The nymph in the water, business is-”

You hear a sudden splash and arms encircling you. Without another moment wasted, you're drawn into the pond, struggling against the unknown assailant's supernatural strength. Suddenly, you experience vivid flashbacks of when you were swept up by the San Diego wave. In a panic, you kick, and pull, trying to scream, thrash away, gag and choke. The watery nymph looks into your eyes with a predatory glint as she pulls you in close and kisses you deeply, pulling you further down into the deceptively deep pond...

>[End Thread]

Next time, Sunday at 22:00!
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:01 UTC+1 No.35600642 Report

>>35600621
God damnit.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:01 UTC+1 No.35600645 Report

>>35600621
Fucking Tir na nOg.
Reminder to summon those 4 later on
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:02 UTC+1 No.35600659 Report

>>35600621
Is she planning on making us her rape slave?
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:02 UTC+1 No.35600665 Report

>>35600621
Dran....
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:03 UTC+1 No.35600685 Report

>>35600642
It seems like every single thread ends with a "God damnit" moment.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:04 UTC+1 No.35600703 Report

>>35600685
That's how you know you're in Overhuman.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:06 UTC+1 No.35600731 Report

>>35600621
If we meet those 4 on the way out we have to make a contract.
Combined casting with 4 elementals would be glorious
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:07 UTC+1 No.35600748 Report

>>35600731
This.
Too bad I can't be in the next thread because of University Monday.
Your Quest kills my sleep schedule Dran the times are realy bad for europeans
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:09 UTC+1 No.35600774 Report

We need to make some Octanitrocubane.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:09 UTC+1 No.35600781 Report

>>35600685
How did the last thread end again?
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:10 UTC+1 No.35600798 Report

>>35600781
Asher speaking in tongues while casting explodey fire magic with his own body as a center for the blasts.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:10 UTC+1 No.35600803 Report

>>35600781
Asher speaking tongues and referring to himself as we
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:15 UTC+1 No.35600878 Report

>>35600803
No, I think he was speaking moss.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:17 UTC+1 No.35600910 Report

>>35600621
Water nymph? I thought we were knocking on a door to go see queen whats her face.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:21 UTC+1 No.35600986 Report

>Salmacis forced the youth Hermaphroditus into a carnal embrace and, when he sought to get away, fused with him.
Salmacis is a water nymph, by the way.

This is gonna be... interesting.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:23 UTC+1 No.35601010 Report

>>35600986
>In Greek mythology, Hermaphroditus or Hermaphroditos Listeni/h?r?mæf.r??daJ.t?s/ (Ancient Greek: ????????????) was the son of Aphrodite and Hermes. According to Ovid, born a remarkably handsome boy, he was transformed into an androgynous being by union with the water nymph Salmacis.[1] His name is the basis for the word hermaphrodite.
Fucking kek I think Asher just got trap-ified.

Asher is going to end up look like an absolute abomination.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:24 UTC+1 No.35601028 Report

>>35600986
>Salmacis is a rapist
So we are going to be a rape slave.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:24 UTC+1 No.35601035 Report

>>35601010
Only in the astral sight, and it's not like he didn't already probably look ridiculous.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:24 UTC+1 No.35601045 Report

>>35601010
Damn I hope this doesn't happen.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:25 UTC+1 No.35601062 Report

>>35601010
stereotypicalwizard.jpg
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:27 UTC+1 No.35601082 Report

>>35601045
What if it gets rid of Emilia's thing for him?
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:28 UTC+1 No.35601095 Report

>>35601010
>>35600986
After shit happening every day in Asher's life I just have no fucks to give. If Asher acually turns into a hermaphrodite that could be a boon with the occasional magic hermaphrodites that run around in myths.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:30 UTC+1 No.35601126 Report

>>35601095
Same here. The dude is already part TREE. I couldn't give less of a fuck if a water nymph wants to move in too.

Could honestly end up being interesting with Asher being some kind of horrifying amalgam of damn near every mythos stuffed into one dude who wanders around fucking up.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:30 UTC+1 No.35601133 Report

>>35601082>>35601095
Genderbending and traps are the fucking worst.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:32 UTC+1 No.35601157 Report

>>35601095
I don't think it'd actually affect his physical body since he isn't a bone. It'd probably just affect the astral self, which would honestly be hilarious.

>Walk into Dorothy's shop
>Solace quirks an eyebrow
>"...customer?"
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:39 UTC+1 No.35601296 Report

>>35601133
Well that's what happens when people mess with summons or astral entities, Nothing but trouble
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)06:41 UTC+1 No.35601333 Report

>>35601296
>Saph: "THAT'S WHAT I'VE BEEN SAYING!
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:43 UTC+1 No.35601370 Report

>>35601333
Sorry, Saph. We suck too much on our own to be useful without bumblefucking through the astral. We'll just have to bumblefuck harder and try to minimize the consequences.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:44 UTC+1 No.35601383 Report

>>35601333
Saph's crazy and nobody cares what she thinks.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:44 UTC+1 No.35601390 Report

>>35601333
Do you have to be somewhere early tomorrow or something? Thread ended kinda earlier than usual.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:45 UTC+1 No.35601404 Report

>>35601333
Please tell me Asher isn't actually getting genderbent.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:45 UTC+1 No.35601409 Report

We can convert water to air via alchemy, so I say we get some nymph pussy and get on with the quest.
>inb4 Magic doesn't work
>inb4 you shouldn't fuck a nymph
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)06:45 UTC+1 No.35601415 Report

>>35601404
No. But there is imminent rape.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:46 UTC+1 No.35601417 Report

>>35601333
>implying Saph is right
If we mess with summons and astral entities hard enough, eventually it will become such a tangled mess of trouble that our enemies will become stuck in it and die.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:46 UTC+1 No.35601423 Report

>>35601370
Well look at the bright side we probably just being dragged down to her abode to drown if it pleases that anon who hates traps and gender bending.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:47 UTC+1 No.35601435 Report

>>35601415
>implying Asher wasn't asking for it
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:47 UTC+1 No.35601436 Report

>>35601415
>No. But there is imminent rape.
Called it.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:47 UTC+1 No.35601442 Report

>>35601415
Shame. I was kinda hoping shit would get weird just to piss off /pol/anon. Maybe he'd finally leave.
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)06:50 UTC+1 No.35601497 Report

So.
Are you guys really so surprised you got hit with the Fae rules lawyering+semantics?

Because I really smiled when it happened.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:50 UTC+1 No.35601504 Report

>>35601417
Asher's ultimate goal: Become Magic Tangela
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:51 UTC+1 No.35601524 Report

>>35601497
I was surprised when he started knocking on the river. I thought Asher walked more than 20ft.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:52 UTC+1 No.35601533 Report

>>35601497
Not really Asher gets fucked with summons and astral entities like every other thread. It's par for the course at this point.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:52 UTC+1 No.35601536 Report

>>35601497
Well yeah, I'm not really sure how we could predict that business was a bad thing. Except maybe the fact that family and friends had a different knock but that was a subtle hint at best
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:54 UTC+1 No.35601559 Report

>>35601497
Yes
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:55 UTC+1 No.35601575 Report

>>35601497
I knew we were about to get fucked from the second the number of knocks got stressed like it did. I can't say I expected to literally get fucked, but I'm not really surprised by it either.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:56 UTC+1 No.35601590 Report

>>35601575
It's better than, say, Luci. I don't think we should stick around any one specific woman long enough for her to go crazy again, though.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)06:57 UTC+1 No.35601607 Report

>>35601497
Why does everything want the D? Is the D really that powerful, Dran-Sama?
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)07:01 UTC+1 No.35601663 Report

Shoulda talked to Faust.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)07:03 UTC+1 No.35601702 Report

>>35601663
But we need fairies, Anonymous! Don't you believe in fairies?
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)07:09 UTC+1 No.35601791 Report

>>35601702
Best believe in fairies.

Btw, the trolls the dryad, the faeries, and the nymph are all recruitable.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)07:11 UTC+1 No.35601832 Report

>>35601791
I like the fairies. They're annoying, but they did try to help us. I guess. Coulda been quicker on the draw with the whole "It's a rape-lake" thing, but I suppose they didn't expect someone to knock on the rape lake 4 times either.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)07:11 UTC+1 No.35601839 Report

>>35601791
We need all the faeries. They're the best.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)07:15 UTC+1 No.35601892 Report

>>35601791
>trolls
>plural
I thought we just saw one?
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)07:18 UTC+1 No.35601948 Report

>>35601892
Yeah, just the one.
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)07:19 UTC+1 No.35601967 Report

>>35601892
I'm also glad you guys didn't try to brute force the troll. Gotta follow faerie law.

Like the natural order of things.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)07:25 UTC+1 No.35602079 Report

>>35601791
I honestly can't see any of them being useful to what we want to do. I'd rather just shunt assloads of power into Legna and having her tear things apart.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)07:28 UTC+1 No.35602113 Report

>>35602079
Last thread Asher had an understanding about creating worlds and this entire endeavor was about bringing magical creatures back to nature.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)07:31 UTC+1 No.35602160 Report

>>35602113
There's a difference between recruitable astral beings and potential candidates to be given bodies and dumped in the woods somewhere.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)07:36 UTC+1 No.35602227 Report

>>35602160
Both of which are valuable things Asher wants to have on hand.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)07:38 UTC+1 No.35602254 Report

>>35602227
Not so much. The dryad especially doesn't seem like it'd be down with Asher's brand of work.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)07:44 UTC+1 No.35602317 Report

>>35602254
Hang around in forests, grow shit, and kill people that try to stop you?
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)07:46 UTC+1 No.35602351 Report

>>35602317
You not read the conversation with her? She didn't seem all that receptive to the idea.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)07:48 UTC+1 No.35602379 Report

>>35602351
Okay, I guess so. She could still be useful, though. If a fucking dryad can't grow a forest, nobody can.
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)07:52 UTC+1 No.35602429 Report

So, uh, how was this thread?
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)07:53 UTC+1 No.35602442 Report

>>35602429
Felt incredibly short, but it was alright I guess.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)07:56 UTC+1 No.35602482 Report

>>35602429
I think all the fae here are annoying as fuck and I wish we'd done pretty much any of the other options instead .
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)07:58 UTC+1 No.35602511 Report

>>35602429
Now that he mentioned it, it did feel kind of short. It could just be in my head, though. It's unfortunate that Morgan left, but it's fine, and we got somewhere good for it. I hope she didn't just leave because she was mad at us, though.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)08:05 UTC+1 No.35602605 Report

Adversary could be Father Assrape.
Deadeye and Duelist could both either be Jackie or Hunter.
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)08:09 UTC+1 No.35602648 Report

>>35602605
Neat.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)08:09 UTC+1 No.35602653 Report

>>35602605
Well, we got Hunter two things; a gun, and a purpose. So Deadeye sounds pretty likely, unless he decided to purge what little he got from the Followers. If we assume he jumped for a new leaf, I'd suspect it was Stag.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)08:13 UTC+1 No.35602702 Report

>>35602687
...
Fucked up copying it again.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)08:18 UTC+1 No.35602767 Report

>>35602702
Hey, wait, where's our good friend Tony?
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)08:18 UTC+1 No.35602771 Report

>>35602653
Hunter's actually a different thing.

I'd call him either "The Predator" "The Nimrod" or "The Stalker"
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)08:19 UTC+1 No.35602785 Report

>>35602771
So what you're saying is that you fancy Hunter something of a hunter?
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)08:19 UTC+1 No.35602787 Report

>>35602767
Tony is "The Keeper."
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)08:20 UTC+1 No.35602797 Report

>>35602767
We don't know what he is. I thought he was Lovely Shadow at first, but Dran said that's not him.
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)08:20 UTC+1 No.35602801 Report

>>35602785
And that "The Stag" doesn't refer to a cervine.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)08:21 UTC+1 No.35602819 Report

>>35602787
>>35602771
Aaaaand updated.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)08:23 UTC+1 No.35602845 Report

>>35602787
What about Eshe and Jackie? They dead now, so it's not like it matters if we know.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)08:27 UTC+1 No.35602882 Report

>>35602845
For that matter, we were The Alchemist, right?
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)08:27 UTC+1 No.35602886 Report

>>35602845
Eshe: The Marine (Though I'll likely be recycling the general theme of her power,
And Jackie is the Vector. She's so tough to deal with...
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)08:31 UTC+1 No.35602950 Report

>>35602886
>(Though I'll likely be recycling the general theme of her power
Then I guess I'll just leave The Marine blacked out on the chart.

>>35602882
I left Asher off because his is changing like crazy.
Started Cold Ocean, then it went to Hell King, then The Alchemist/Faustian Summoner, and now it's potentially changing to Wyld Lord/Wooden Einherjar.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)08:36 UTC+1 No.35602995 Report

>>35602950
Asher really is fucking crazy, isn't he?
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)08:36 UTC+1 No.35602999 Report

>>35602886
>And Jackie is the Vector. She's so tough to deal with...
Man, I wonder how bullshit she'd have gotten if her spine had remained inside her body.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)08:37 UTC+1 No.35603002 Report

>>35602886
Hey can a cartoon character become a god if people worship one? People join all sorts of crazy cults.
http://englishrussia.com/2010/02/17/russian-gadget-hackwrench-religion/
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Dranzy 10/18/14(Sat)08:39 UTC+1 No.35603023 Report

>>35603002
That's amazing.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)08:41 UTC+1 No.35603036 Report

>>35603023
post >yfw "Daedalus" is actually Hackwrench
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)08:41 UTC+1 No.35603044 Report

>>35603023
I thought you would like it. Here's some more.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iglesia_Maradoniana

The Iglesia Maradoniana (English: Church of Maradona; literally Maradonian Church ) is a religion, created by fans of the retired Argentine football player Diego Maradona, who they believe to be the best player of all time.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)08:46 UTC+1 No.35603082 Report

>>35603044
Although I pretty sure that one was a joke but it's still kinda funny. Might have a dozen people who would take that seriously though. What's the number needed to become a minor god anyways?
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)08:47 UTC+1 No.35603088 Report

>>35603082
I don't think a dozen is enough to become a full-blown god, but it probably gets them a meager astral presence.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)09:25 UTC+1 No.35603328 Report

So, Morgan was alive at some point. I'm going to guess that she was actually a human when she was alive and not a fae.

I wonder if Asher's muh treeees thing will result in him getting astral-fied as some kind of fae forest lord thing.
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Anonymous 10/18/14(Sat)14:27 UTC+1 No.35605432 Report

>>35603328
So, who votes for opening up with rage beast next thread?
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