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    today marks the end of scheduled maintenance—two guys with two weeks to kill and a few hundred hours later, we're finally [mostly] done.
    page loads/image downloads should be dramatically faster. until we hit 1gbps, at least. to all of my wonderful and ungrateful users: "you're welcome."
    (note: there are still a few other things i'll be working on so expect intermittent downtime)
    ps: thanks so much to mvb for all of the help and support.

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    The video playback continues on the monitor.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:20 No.3381700

    Ruby: Use convincing, but wholly unsatisfying lies on Tom
    >> Dr. Baron von Evilsatan 01/12/09(Mon)09:20 No.3381701
    Is that the tray of surgical instruments she's reaching for?
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:20 No.3381702
    in before horrible shock moment
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:20 No.3381704
    Oh shit.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:21 No.3381706
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:21 No.3381709
    >>The fucking garbage continues on /tg/
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:21 No.3381710
    Good point Ceaser, now lets go have dinner with good old Brutus.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:21 No.3381711

    I don't even want to watch I'm afraid of bad things happening!
    >> Weaver !!t1PjjQn4qVX 01/12/09(Mon)09:21 No.3381712
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    >> Radical Inquisitor Gene !!5DHr+X02Frt 01/12/09(Mon)09:22 No.3381713
    BA ZING!
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:22 No.3381714
    Yeah, she'd've stabbed him by now.

    Well done you two!
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    it gets to here before she shanks him
    >> Weaver !!t1PjjQn4qVX 01/12/09(Mon)09:22 No.3381717
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    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:22 No.3381718
    That's right Tom! Fight for breath! knee her in the ribs! escape her deadly mandibles!
    >> Dr. Baron von Evilsatan 01/12/09(Mon)09:23 No.3381723

    >> Radical Inquisitor Gene !!5DHr+X02Frt 01/12/09(Mon)09:23 No.3381724
    Better don't be an ice pick
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:23 No.3381725
    Ruby, Hold Tom's hand
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:23 No.3381726
    eh heh... heh. heeeeeeooooooboy.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:24 No.3381735

    There's a scalpel in her hand.
    That is the only reason there would be another panel of them making out... that one tiny detail.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:24 No.3381736
    Missing out of fappan?
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:25 No.3381737
    Ruby: "If I don't remember stabbing you, and you don't remember being stabbed, who can truly say it ever happened?"
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:25 No.3381738
    NOW is the time to tell Ruby about the message inside the locker.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:25 No.3381740
    Talk about railroadan games, this fucker just draws shit up before hand and then waits for you to say the "right answer" then posts the next page.

    What a shallow, meaningless experience. Is "Weaver" a 4e writer?
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:25 No.3381741

    I know Weaver doesn't like this, but... Seconded.

    They can trust each other right now. That's what matters.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:25 No.3381742
    Ruby: Give Tom the scalpel, handle first
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:26 No.3381743
    TOM: Tell Ruby about "don't trust".
    RUBY: Tell Tom that you don't know why you did it and you don't want to do it again. But you might.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:26 No.3381748
    It's time for DRAMA.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:26 No.3381749
    yaff lol
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:26 No.3381750
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    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:27 No.3381754
    It's... It's split-up time. They have the walkie-talkies, and they should definitely still have escaping together as a goal.

    But Ruby wouldn't want to endanger poor Tom anymore; even though she cares for him right now she can't trust herself.

    Ruby gives Tom a good-bye kiss and then they split up.
    >> Radical Inquisitor Gene !!5DHr+X02Frt 01/12/09(Mon)09:27 No.3381755
    that would be so lame
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:27 No.3381760

    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:27 No.3381762
    That's some hymen.
    >> Weaver !!t1PjjQn4qVX 01/12/09(Mon)09:27 No.3381764
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    The video finally ends.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:27 No.3381765
    That day tom learned no means no..
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:27 No.3381766
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    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:28 No.3381769
    Love is dead
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:28 No.3381773
    This is a video I made, I call it "my bloody valentine".
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:28 No.3381774


    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:28 No.3381775
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:28 No.3381776
    Can I get a link to previous threads?
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:29 No.3381778

    tom ... I ... maybe you should go ... I don't want to hurt you ...
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:29 No.3381780
    Yes, like how we went up the blue pipe instead of the fucking stairs and all the other random shit /tg/ pulls. Just kill yourself now.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:29 No.3381781
    Tell tom you're better now
    >> Radical Inquisitor Gene !!5DHr+X02Frt 01/12/09(Mon)09:29 No.3381782
    Oh shit
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:30 No.3381784
    railroaded or not, I don't care; the suspense has go me hooked
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:30 No.3381785
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:30 No.3381786
    Ruby: Kiss Tom.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:30 No.3381787
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:30 No.3381788
    Don't abandon her now, Tom. Don't.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:31 No.3381791

    You've never played a point and click or text adventure game, have you?

    The only difference here is the apparent absence of grues.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:32 No.3381793
    Spoiler - Red was a grue
    >> Weaver !!t1PjjQn4qVX 01/12/09(Mon)09:35 No.3381802
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    Tom backs away, clutching the caneshovel he forgot to return.

    He seems angry.
    He also seems very scared.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:36 No.3381804
    TOM! NO!

    RAILROADING! This is the first time I say so... RAILROADING!

    Tom can't abandon her! She needs him!
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:36 No.3381805
    Slide tom the scapel across the floor, talk him down, do not approach him.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:36 No.3381806
    Ruby: Cry, apologize, and leave Tom alone.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:36 No.3381807
    ruby: hug tom and say you're sorry
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:36 No.3381808
    I'm guessing we can no longer control Tom directly then?
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:37 No.3381809

    Just say you're sorry and walk away, Ruby.

    It's probably better for both of you now.
    >> Weaver !!t1PjjQn4qVX 01/12/09(Mon)09:37 No.3381812
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    That's the end for tonight, folks. Sorry it was something of a short session.

    I wasn't working as fast as I usually do, and I apologize for that. You guys kind of threw me for a loop with some of your actions, but all in all I'm interested with where they went.

    Hope you enjoyed it.
    More to come, as always.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:37 No.3381813
    Ruby: say "Tom.. I.." then break down and cry in the courner
    >> Dr. Baron von Evilsatan 01/12/09(Mon)09:37 No.3381815

    Pfft, 'forgot'.

    Ask Ruby to hand over her weapons, and if she does keep going.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:37 No.3381816
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:37 No.3381817
    Ruby: Try to calm down Tom, drop the scalpel.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:37 No.3381818
    ...........Where's the dummy?
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:37 No.3381819
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:37 No.3381821
    Links? Previous threads? I'm so damn confused T.T
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:37 No.3381822
    Ruby should tell Tom that she understands perfectly that he is horrified, and that even though she cares for him and wants all violent tendencies out of her, she doesn't trust herself either, and doesn't want to endanger him.

    Split up, continue using walkie-talkies.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:37 No.3381823
    Tom: Rape
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:37 No.3381825

    Unless Ruby can talk her out of that.


    Ruby should give away everything and try not to be hostile.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:38 No.3381826
    Amazing session, Weaver, despite the short length... and the TOTAL MINDFUCKING.
    >> Dr. Baron von Evilsatan 01/12/09(Mon)09:38 No.3381827

    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:38 No.3381828
    You're awesome.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:38 No.3381829
    I really think you should consider moving this to some free hosting or something so that we don't constantly get assholes
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:38 No.3381830
    love you~
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:38 No.3381832
    I'm not sorry about the short session: More about the really nasty cliffhanger.

    You better make it better Weaver.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:38 No.3381834

    Thanks for an awesome thread Weaver.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:38 No.3381835


    The archive of the entire RubyQuest series.
    Read on.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:38 No.3381836
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:38 No.3381837

    Thanks, Weaver, a great show, as always.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:39 No.3381839
    Cheers Weaver
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:39 No.3381843
    Oh god. I can't pry myself away.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:40 No.3381852
    Ruby: *Hands up* "I'm going to take my scalpel now. I'm putting it on the floor and kicking it to you."

    *Do as you said*

    Ruby: "I'm unarmed now. I'm going to give away to my feelings and start crying."

    *Break down crying*

    Remember this for the next thread, folks.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:40 No.3381854
    ... MOTHER FUCK.

    Mad props, Weaver. Mad props.
    >> Badger 01/12/09(Mon)09:42 No.3381858
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    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:42 No.3381861
    yes, let's cry railroading because weaver won't give in to our demands and turn this into some kind of bizare love story
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:42 No.3381862


    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:43 No.3381866
    I guess Tom runs away and we're left all alone again.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:43 No.3381867

    No, let's cry railroading because everyone else yelled exactly to the contrary of what Tom did.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:44 No.3381868
    With you. Crying is important now. Also big bunny eyes.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:45 No.3381872
    Doesn't a single one of you lackluster motherfuckers have a private site to host this garbage heap on?
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:46 No.3381879
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:46 No.3381880
    Even though you're a complete ass, I sorta agree that both your problem with us and our problem with you would be solved if this got moved to a site. Who wants to donate to Weaver?

    Weaver, post your paypal!
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:47 No.3381882
    you sure are persistent, you've been hounding these threads all night.
    poor kid, you must be bushed.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:47 No.3381884
    Nice job, weaver, i'm really enjoying this.

    Also, to all the people responding to the railroad troll (assuming it's not just responding to itself), can i just say: FFS! You should know how trolls work by now. "Railroad" is just another button that it's learned to press.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:47 No.3381885

    Also after that:

    Ruby: *Step aside* "If you want to leave me, then go ahead. I'm not going to stop you. But if you do, leave the scalpel so that I can cut myself and die."
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:48 No.3381886
    this is more /tg/ than 40k and d0rf fortress.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:48 No.3381887
    Jesus Christ, you stupid fucks. It's a PAC adventure, minus the pointing and clicking. There absolutely is a finite number of possible outcomes here, that's how this kind of game works. If this were Hugo's House of Horrors you'd be bitching up a storm because you got mauled by a dog and weren't able to attack it with a candlestick. If this were Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis, you would've ragequit after realizing the puzzles only have one possible solution each.

    If we were actually roleplaying, it'd be a different story. If we were playing as Tom, Ruby, and the rest of the cast Weaver would be railroading the fuck out of this show. Guess what we're not doing.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:49 No.3381892
    There's nothing /tg/ about point and click adventure games.

    Fuck you and fuck this garbage.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:49 No.3381893
    I like how you sage this shit even though it really does belong in TG.

    This is a style of story telling, and role playing. It is certainly considered a traditional game, only the means of performing the story, and roleplaying is modern. It's a traditional style of game, turned modern.

    So stop saging shit that belongs already. dumbfuck.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:49 No.3381895
    screw that, he just spent 7 hours trolling, clearly we're doing something right hosting it here.
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    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:52 No.3381908
    I'm saging you.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:53 No.3381911
    I for one don't really want to be associated with this lowbrow tug of war. The only thing this site has done for this experience is overfill it with low quality participation and flaming.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:53 No.3381912

    You cant say Traditional Games without Games
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:54 No.3381918
    ITT our troll is trying too hard.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:54 No.3381919

    i report yu

    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:55 No.3381920
    Read the note
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:55 No.3381921
    I agree, basically this is more of an interactive story than a role play. Enjoy the story for what it is and stop complaning that it's not happening like you want. I mean, come on, do you people shout at the TV when a show doens't unfold how you'd want it to?
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:55 No.3381924
    Ruby: "I just wish you hadn't kissed me back then... Maybe then this wouldn't be so hard."
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:56 No.3381925
    /tg/-related, fuck your shit, we're having fun playing a communal game with Weaver as GM

    Just because it doesn't involve miniatures or alignment charts doesn't mean it's not /tg/.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:57 No.3381929
    >we're having fun
    That's the fucking keyphrase right here, sagefag.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:57 No.3381932
    well, sometimes.
    but it doesn't change anything.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:58 No.3381933
    Toms Guro fetish kicks in, and seeing himself get slaughtered makes him hot for action.

    Tom rapes Ruby.

    Ruby cries and takes it as her just punishment.

    Ace enters room, rapes tom.

    Tom Enjoys it because hes good like that.

    Ruby commits suicide by leaving the room, and jumping into the pit in the split room, the gravity ripping her apart.

    Tom faps to more guro, Ace leaves in disgust at Toms feitsh.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:58 No.3381934
    What makes it not /tg/ is probably a better question to ask.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)09:59 No.3381937
    Good job encouraging him. If you really have that much trouble ignoring an obvious troll use http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/8265 but stop shitting up the thread.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:00 No.3381946
    requesting fan art of this.
    >> Balrog !.FvYxWfkmU 01/12/09(Mon)10:00 No.3381947
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    "It's okay, Tom! The voices in my head are in control now!"
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:01 No.3381948
    It's neither traditional, nor is it a game by the common definition of the word. It can be construed as a "play" activity, but that is the absolute outer limit of it's likeness to a game of any kind.

    Not to weigh in on a pre-existing argument with logic or anything.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:01 No.3381950
    The threads over...
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:02 No.3381955
    please don't.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:05 No.3381960
    It and every thread preceding it was fucked up by these dumbshits because they're too thick in the head to recognize a troll. Sagefags can do shit all to destroy a thread without people replying to them.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:07 No.3381968
    That's exactly why I was saying that we should get Weaver to set up a paypal. I'd donate a couple bucks towards a private site that hosts an image board where we can avoid the bullshit
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:08 No.3381971
    At least we know how Red got his crazy-ass laugh jaws. It seems likely that the regeneration coffins or whatever they are cause insanity, but maybe they've fixed that since then. Stitches is marked as extremely dangerous and is clearly unwillingly homicidal, Red PUMMELS RUBY INTO THE GROUND and shoves her into a DO NOT OPEN box after having his jaw fixed up, the Hound is possibly more nutso than Stitches (guess we'll never know) and Ace appears to be some sort of all-purpose android, successful experiment or whatever the fuck.

    It's worth pointing out that at this point Ace has done nothing 'wrong'. He could easily have been operating on prior orders, possibly including "Ruby is dangerous, protect Red from Ruby". The second he discovers Red's corpse, he ignores everything else and goes straight for it. Presumably he's trying to help him but doesn't understand that stakes jammed through brain = not getting back up. Then, later on (i.e. once the bomb incinerates Red's corpse), he appears and tries to grab Ruby. Note that we don't know that he was trying to kill her; he could simply be on orders to find and secure Ruby inside her cubicle to make sure that she doesn't hurt anyone else.

    Why is Red afraid of Ace? We don't know. He might not be; chances are he's afraid of the guy giving ORDERS to Ace.

    Goddamn Weaver why is this so interesting god damn
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:09 No.3381976

    According to the stated rules for the board, since it's not relevant to a non-electronic game it technically shouldn't be here.

    That doesn't change the fact that (especially over the past year) we've seen a growing amount of flexibility here regarding what is and isn't relevant, and digital equivalents of 'analog' games or electronic games from franchises that have produced predominantly 'analog' entertainment were the first additions to the board's scope of relevancy. Now we have Dungeon Crawl (which, as a roguelike, is essentially a simulation of a tabletop game), Dwarf Fortress (an extremely complex simulation with no 'analog' equivalent other than simply playing pretend with an imaginary village), Dawn of War (which is a real-time strategy game and thus not an approximation of any tabletop game due to it being real-time), and now this. If any of those were a problem to the mods, we would have heard about it by now.

    Simply put, the face of the board is changing. Some people don't like it. Most of those people also think that this is /40k/ or /GW/, but that's really beside the point. If we were really strict about topic, about half the threads that start here on a given day would result in bans.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:09 No.3381979
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    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:09 No.3381980
    The symbol at the top of the eye poster is the same as on the pipe above the lockers.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:12 No.3381986
    ..What were those coffins in stargate that healed people but also turned them evil?
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:12 No.3381987
    And the audience? Everything else about 4chan might be shit, but it has the userbase.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:14 No.3381990
    Someone should drawfag Red as Joker explaining to Tom how he got his smile.

    Y SO SRS?
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:15 No.3381991
    That's it, I'm adding Ruby Quest to the Keen list. Ruby Quest is adequately /tg/ for it to hang around here so long as there aren't 5 threads about it up at the same time.
    If you disagree, you disagree with Commander Keen, and that automatically makes you a furfag.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:15 No.3381992
    The lost playerbase will be filled with furries who are already accustomed to picking up their ball and going elsewhere.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:15 No.3381993
    I think that if Weaver just posted the new site address hidden inside something so that only the people who actually READ the thread see it, everyone would be there.
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    Hm, let's see... an interactive CYOA phenomenon that took the board by storm, with regularly scheduled 200+ post threads nearly every day, but was soon railed against due to not actually being all that related to the board. You know what this sounds like? /jp/'s incident with the You Wake Up in Gensokyo CYOA for the Touhou sector over there. They solved it by setting up their own board for Touhou CYOAs (www.touhouproject.com/th) so they could have interactive adventures in peace.

    I don't see why that shouldn't work for things like RubyQuest and DorfQuest.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:15 No.3381997
    Uh, Commander Keen had several furry friends whom he was later reported to have had a very close relationship with.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:16 No.3381999
    It would work absolutely dandily.

    Every party is equally pleased
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:17 No.3382000
    Actually, DorfQuest IS completely /tg/ related. It doesn't even have the point and click connotations Ruby Quest does - it is cimpletely free form DM'ing.

    But that is neither here nor there.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:17 No.3382001
    Wait. What's DorfQuest?
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:17 No.3382002
    Those were aliens... and or monsters
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:17 No.3382005
    You can use the looming threat of furries to change /tg/'s opinion about anything
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:18 No.3382007
    Lets just remove Rubyquest, Dorfquest, Spacequest, Spaceghost, Spadeghost and everything else with ghost and spade or Ruby in it from /tg/
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:18 No.3382010
    But the world refused to change...
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    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:19 No.3382016

    Part 1:

    Part 2:

    Part 3:

    Part 4:
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:21 No.3382022

    because this is actually /tg/ related.

    if Ruby and Tom were.. Lil'E and Lofn, you fags would be all over it.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:21 No.3382025
    We should talk to the guy running TouhouProject.com (Holy) and get him to make a board for Ruby, where we can take ironic refuge in: www.touhouproject.com/ruby/
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:21 No.3382026
    Or one person claimed to be 5 people with the same fear.

    Also we got any bets on who the BBEG is?
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:22 No.3382030
    I'm betting Subject #6.
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    The difference is that King Faggot said he likes RQ. He and his coterie stopped YWIG themselves.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:23 No.3382032

    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:23 No.3382033
    Well that wouldnt make sense unless it was an elaborate troll.

    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:24 No.3382038
    ITT /tg/ is all furries in denial.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:25 No.3382042
    Furry witchhunts
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:25 No.3382044
    And the CYoA's on /jp/ were related, but the mods didn't care. banned it anyways, so it got shunted away. To a better place where it could thrive, yes, but still, it was related to /jp/ material. I belive the excuse the mods used was "Fanfiction does not belong on the boards period."
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:25 No.3382047

    My guess is subject #6, ?, or an Unholy fusion thereof.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:25 No.3382048
    Kill it with fire?
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:26 No.3382050
    There's also the issue of trolls deliberately making stupid decisions. Wouldn't that lead to banning for things like you know..legitimately making stupid decisions (We put the hand in the goddamn tube D:)
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:26 No.3382051
    Actually, roleplaying in general is not allowed on any of the boards outside of /b/, /r9k/, and, you guessed it, /tg/.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:27 No.3382056
    ? and Ace are the same person; read the fine print on the very last note we got.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:28 No.3382057

    Since Weaver assumes the role of command parser, if a stupid decision is actually possible to make within the parameters of the game, it should be parsed accordingly.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:28 No.3382058
    I'm thinking subject 6 might be the Dummy.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:29 No.3382067
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    >Red PUMMELS RUBY INTO THE GROUND and shoves her into a DO NOT OPEN box after having his jaw fixed up
    We only saw the left side of Red's face in the video where he assaults Ruby. His mouth could still be fucked up.

    It only happened 2 days before the beatdown. Remember Red's notes:

    "And things were going so well.
    What happened today [Ruby attacking Red] changes everything. Everything that happened since the new treatment started. I had hoped the death of patient #1 could be overlooked. That is no longer an option.
    I know what must be done. I do not welcome it."

    Red killed (or attempted to kill) her because he felt he HAD to, not out of revenge. Her homicidal tendencies were indicative of... something MORE.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:30 No.3382071
    Still pisses me off that the mods listened to a very vocal minority in that case. I mean, ever since then, the board has been shit boring. it's like they neutered the board and stunted its growth.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:32 No.3382078
    well you know what they say about /tg/

    its the one board mods stopped trying to moderate..
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:32 No.3382079
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    Our drawfags are awesome.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:34 No.3382081
    Yeah, I really am sorry to hear that. I don't go to /jp/, but I can sympathize.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:35 No.3382082

    I thought that was /v/.

    At least the Jim Profit fiasco proved that if you E-mail the mods (moot in particular) about problem users enough times you're bound to get some kind of response.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:37 No.3382090
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    This is my candidate for BBEG.

    Who is he? A surviving staff member? The overseeing officer? The director of the facility turned mad scientist by his devotion to see his project succeed at any cost?

    Or is Subject 6 the BBEG?

    Or perhaps this IS Subject 6, holed up in Lab B with broadcasting/monitoring equipment, keeping tabs on the entire facility from his holding area.
    That'd actually be pretty poignant... controlling everything, watching everyone, pulling the strings... but in the end, he's even more of a prisoner than anyone else.

    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:37 No.3382093
    Now I'm going to be in a horrible depression for a few days, until Weaver continues this.

    I'll just have to hope it won't go even worse.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:37 No.3382095
    Ruby must have killed stitches too.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:38 No.3382101
    well that, and its part of this boards identity. You guys can do things like Ruby here because its what /tg/ does. Each board has an identity that it grows into with time and its user base. /tg/ has games. /co/ is love. /v/ is rage. /a/ has Anime. Creativity floods these boards sometimes.

    Basically what happened in /jp/ was that the users took the VN fandom to the next level by running one on the board, the mods decided they didn't like it and basically crushed the boards identity. now what do you have in /jp/? When was the last time you saw anything creative there? /jp/ has no drawfags, no writefags. its very... blah.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:38 No.3382103

    >Note that we don't know that he was trying to kill her

    The second time he appears, he's carrying a weapon. Seems a little threatening to me.

    Also, we don't know about Ace motivations. Maybe he's trying to kill everyone who had any relation with the experiments,to cover it all up, a la Half-Life. We don't know.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:39 No.3382105
    I think he's Tortimer.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:39 No.3382106
    That reminds me of the Dummy for some reason...
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:39 No.3382108
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    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:39 No.3382110
    Well, we DID stab him the first time.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:40 No.3382111
    You know..using a dm screen with sliding panels,story outline and a keen drawing hand. You could probably do a ruby-quest style adventure game tabletop style.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:40 No.3382112

    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:40 No.3382116
    Hypothesis: Stitches regenerated fairly well but not entirely (hence the, uh.. stitches.) and then went absolutely batshit. They changed the method of treatment, and all was going well until Ruby began to show similarly psychotic behaviour and so Red attempted to murder her (OR possibly just lock her up out of the way, but murder seems more likely) to prevent her a) harming anyone else in the facility or b) causing 'the board' to pull the plug on his research.
    A lot depends on whether Red had undergone treatment himself at this point (which he could have done), as if he was starting to go nuts at this point himself it could well be that he only intended to knock Ruby unconscious and then lock her up in the trunk, but found himself pummeling her to death instead.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:43 No.3382125

    Depending on how freeform you wanted it to be, you could prepare most of your stuff beforehand and just use a collection of backdrops and paper dolls for the rest.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:43 No.3382126
    well he tried to grab us. shit's spooky.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:45 No.3382133
    Ace is probably trying to finish the experiments,and has probably gone a little crazy himself. Which would explain why everyone keeps coming back to life and wandering around. (He keeps putting them in the regeneration coffins, which apparently have buttons to let you out)
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:45 No.3382135

    fff... now i have to do it D:
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:47 No.3382140
    We need a fucking timeline here.

    What are the important dates?
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:52 No.3382163
    From what we've seen, it seems likely that Ace is a construct. He seems to be impervious to pain and they refer to changing his name in the same offhand manner as they refer to changing a font. he is clearly intelligent or trained up to a point as he can write and uses words such as 'deceased' rather than 'dead', although he has yet to speak. He also seems to act as general 'muscle' for the facility; in the security feed we see him repairing the pipe while Red sits around reading, and then we see him apprehending and leading Ruby away a few seconds later. Successful experiment pressed into service as all-purpose maintenance and security, perhaps.

    Also: Dummy is F? Hand was found in the same room, essentially, and we know that the Dummy contains something 'alive'. Possibly a new version of the regeneration cubicles for severe cases; regenerating from a pile of guts in a cubicle would probably not end well, seeing as Stitches had most of his body left and had to be nailed to the damn wall.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:53 No.3382168

    I'd suggest using thin cardboard and the smallest brads you can find to make the dolls and moving props. (With brads, the parts can rotate. You might remember doing something like this in oh, first grade or kindergarten.) You can use generic dolls and just let people draw their characters on them in marker, and then mark on them or add/remove parts to reflect changes to the character.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:55 No.3382186

    Maybe the flesh in the jar has something to do with him.

    Also, hypothesis: The statuette is a 'stone baby'. (Look it up, they're creepy as hell and real.)
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:55 No.3382188

    Ruby attacked Tom AFTER Red attacked Ruby!

    This is getting weirder and weirder
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:55 No.3382191
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    we never saw ruby stabbing tom, it is very likely but not certian.

    poor nan. or is it sven?

    god damn this is more fucked than i ever could have imagined.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:56 No.3382198

    ~late may: (blank)testing procedures begin
    October 2: Tom's Hands Damaged
    October 3: Red recommends alternative
    treatments as traditional treatments fail (implied for multiple subjets, not just Tom)
    October 7: Red hears whispered voices 'a second time,' alternative treatments approved and put into action.
    before october 27: Official Death of Stitches
    October 27: Ruby seriouses Red and is detained, 'Everything Changes.' Potential source of blood behind poster?
    October 29: Red Clubs Ruby, Ruby declared dead. May god forgive Red.
    November 1: Red takes actions leading to his detainment in cell 6. Subject 6 already in brig. 'spade' becomes '?'
    November 8: Ruby attacks Tom in the medical room. This blood is never cleaned.
    November 23: Subject #6 Isolated in upper Lab B. Only ? authorized to allow contact.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:57 No.3382203
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    it was said to be a statue. i think green stone was mentioned.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)10:59 No.3382214
    Putting this in the wiki.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)11:00 No.3382218

    Wrong post.

    But seriously they look like statues, and are basically calcified fetuses.

    Scary. Shit.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)11:00 No.3382219
    shit just got quad lovecraftian.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)11:00 No.3382222
    It is worth noting that the game can not have begun before Nov 23, as Subject 6 was kept in the brig until that date, and Tom was there when Ruby got out of her cell.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)11:00 No.3382223
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    October 3 : Traditional treatments aren't working and one of the patients has been injured. Red tries to convince F to implement his own "experimental" treatment.
    October 7 : Experimental treatments, assumedly developed by Red, begin. Of importance is that Red is already hallucinating -- BEFORE treatments begin.
    [Oct 8 - Oct 26 : (Conjecture.) Patient 1, "Stitches", suffers a fatal accident and dies. Otherwise, treatments appear to be working (?) as evidenced by Red's "and things were going so well".]
    October 27 : Ruby attacks Red, slicing open the right half of his mouth with a longshoreman's hook. Red realizes what this means, assumedly that the treatment that HE recommended is having irreversibly terrible side effects. Perhaps it was this guilt which motivated him to duty, and he makes a plan.
    October 29 : Red "kills" Ruby. She wasn't dead when Ace found her body stashed in the packing crate. However, whether she actually died after Ace discovered her, or whether her pronouncement of death was a means to something else* is unknown. (*Lulling Red into a false sense of security? Perhaps they knew what he did and wanted him to think he succeeded?)
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)11:01 No.3382227
    -writes that down, files it under "totally sweet projects"- :D
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)11:01 No.3382228
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    November 1 : An unknown "incident". Red is relocated to the now-vacant Cell #6 to replace Subject 6, who was (at some point?) moved to the brig. It is unknown what the incident is, however apparently it was serious enough for Red to shift from being a staff member to being a patient.
    November 8 : Ruby, who appears to be ALIVE only 10 days after being declared dead, attacks Tom with a scalpel. Their actions prior to the attack (making out) suggest they were already familiar with each other, perhaps even romantically entangled. (This date also lends credibility to the theory that Ruby's declaration of death was staged to fool Red, and once he became a patient, Ruby was once again publicly declared "alive", which is why Tom isn't surprised when she enters.)
    November 23 : Subject 6 becomes too hostile and dangerous to be kept in the brig, and is quarantined in Lab B. Who or what Subject 6 is, and exactly how dangerous they are, is still unknown.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)11:02 No.3382232
    You should probably be more worried about the missing dummy thing.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)11:03 No.3382233
    IRC has been PANICKING over it.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)11:08 No.3382250
    Subject 6 = Dummy
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)11:13 No.3382270
    Subject 6 is contained, in solitary confinement, in Lab B because he's phenomenally dangerous. Dummy is neither in Lab B or dangerous. If they could make him safe to be around by wrapping him up in a dummy skin they wouldn't have had to confine him in the first place.

    In b4 horrible cthulthulian abomination that attacks using tentacles spread throughout the entirety of Lab B, while Tom and Ruby make their perilous way towards the center and the heart of the monster.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)11:16 No.3382284
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    You know, with all the horrible, fucked-up zombies roaming around, the gigantic eight-foot-tall behemoth-bird with a harpoon, the psychotic visions, and the ominous shadows, the idea that there's something that, EVEN RELATIVE TO THESE THINGS, can be considered "PHENOMENALLY DANGEROUS" makes me shit a fucking HOUSE.

    Subject 6 scares the ever-loving shit out of me and I don't know one fucking significant thing about him.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)11:17 No.3382287
    Also: My vote goes for Ace removing the dummy to protect it from Ruby, who is known to be insane and has attempted murder twice. It doesn't necessarily follow that the dummy has gone all BEWARE I LIVE on us.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)11:17 No.3382290
    Ruby is crazy and should give her self up to the local authorities.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)11:22 No.3382307
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    Red's notes officially identify two rooms. The "newly-excavated" Brig, which I assume is where we first met Tom.
    The other room is the "Patient Break Room".
    Anyone else willing to bet this is the break room?
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)11:24 No.3382313

    A break room where you have to crawl to get in to it?

    I am guessing the break room is the cafeteria
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)11:30 No.3382328
    wouldn't that be the staff break room? i'd say anything behind a hidden door is for the staff and not the paitients.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)11:42 No.3382363
    Maybe there's some other entrance. We've seen Ace there and I doubt he would fit through the Z-hatch.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)11:44 No.3382369

    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)11:56 No.3382418

    Not really an option.

    What she will do is, after seeing that the only person whom she trusts and can protect her is now afraid and angry with her, and he's not wrong to do so, is to start crying and run as far away from Tom as possible.

    She might try to find stitches, to find out more, and to commiserate over their mutual "o noes im a monster" dilemma; alternately, she may try to find Ace, asking him to lock her away again.

    Either way, we lose control of Ruby, and play as just Tom for a while.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)12:00 No.3382437

    Maybe he just likes Motorhead...
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)12:21 No.3382560
    Ace just wanted to save Tom from Ruby.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)12:33 No.3382612
    One thing I've been wondering...

    Why don't Ruby and Tom ever share every single theory and speculation we've done here? That might explain a lot of things, clean up the mess a little, and perhaps reinforce their trust a wee bit as well.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)12:34 No.3382623
    Also take a look at Ruby's blank face when she's doing crazy shit. No angry face, no maniacial laughter, nothing. Clearly she isn't herself in those moments.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)12:42 No.3382675
    i think ruby is pretty cool guy. seh stab people and doesn't remember of anything
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)13:26 No.3382916
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    >this entire sentance
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)13:34 No.3382960
    because everyone in an strange science facility full of murderous creatures is a great forum of discussion for numerous theories contrived by dozens of people.

    Because it's a stupid idea is the answer you're looking for, and they don't HAVE every thought we have had, or meta knowledge that Weaver tells us, and certainly not the poem.
    >> Anonymous 01/12/09(Mon)15:29 No.3383819

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