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    26 KB Slug Quest 9 Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)21:01 No.6598071  
    Previous thread: >>6595851

    You break free from your cocoon of debris and filth. Despite the fact that you expected little growth of yourself, you're surprisingly large. About two foot tall! Wait, tall? Oh yes. You're bipedal now - although your new gait is rather clumsy, like that of an ape. It doesn't help that one of your legs possesses a permanant limp.
    Your mouth is less of a shapeless more and slightly more doglike. You also have a long, thin tail - like that of an emaciated, starve cat, the skin clinging the bone. It definitely helps for balance. Despite the new tail, you're still capable of using your spinnerets - they're simply much smaller now, and large operations now take several hours. It's quite inefficient. Your front legs - or now arms - are still quite animalistic, savage and webbed, with retractable claws. Your previously deformed arms of your chest, however, now have articulated claws with opposable thumbs and can fold outwards. Although these arms have no true strength, they are capable of dextrous function.
    You now only have two eyes and your body has become strange. Although you still have bones, once more, your skin has hardened into very, very thin, malleable chitin, a smooth yet resilient protective layer. As for your tongue? It still possesses that lethal harpoon, even more wicked than ever - although the poison that previous existed is lacking.

    So, now that you have evolved and you have hatched, what action do you wish to take?
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)21:02 No.6598079
    Ignore obvious typing mistakes, please.

    It's late.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:03 No.6598087

    Seek out our young, and see what they've evolved into.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:03 No.6598094
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:04 No.6598097
    If I recall we went elsewhere to evolve, perhaps we should return to our brood and see how they turned out, maybe even eat some of the 'leftovers'
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:04 No.6598100
    Take a look around and get a look at our surroundings. Check on our children and rats.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:04 No.6598102
    Shit, permanent limp.

    Consume wats left of the cat, dog and human.
    >> Hoenhighn !!alD249M91Cc 11/06/09(Fri)21:04 No.6598103
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:05 No.6598108
    How long have we been out?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:05 No.6598112
    Then search for children.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:05 No.6598115
    Go check on the kids! Declare a thumb war with Swimmer!
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:08 No.6598141
    Arms are a good thing for our limp. Is our web strong enough to grab onto the ceiling, and is brachiation possible?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:09 No.6598149
    why do I imagine ourselves as demented, insectoid kobolds now.
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)21:11 No.6598169
    Working on evolution, give me a second.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:12 No.6598173
    I was thinking more freaky Gollum like creature with a tail and elongated mouth.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:12 No.6598176
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    Sup /tg/, just wondering why I was brutally murdered in a dank dirty sewer.
    >> MadSlug 11/06/09(Fri)21:14 No.6598193
    For evolution.
    For my young.
    For the future.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:14 No.6598194
    You made the mistake ...

    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:16 No.6598211
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:16 No.6598220
    personally, I keep wondering how spacious these sewers are. What fucking city are we under, France?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:17 No.6598224
    What's great is that with the amount of food left, we may be able to hit another evolution period if we consume the rest ourselves.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:17 No.6598225
    You know that hobo corpse probably attracted a large variety of delicious insects we can use for genetic material we didn't have before, better check on him soon.
    >> Firstquest 11/06/09(Fri)21:18 No.6598237
    >You know that hobo corpse probably attracted a large variety of delicious insects we can use for genetic material we didn't have before, better check on him soon

    This is how you know you're in an interesting quest.
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)21:18 No.6598245
    The rats have gone. They haven't really cared to stay and have left. Your children didn't work as hard on them as you did on Runt, the poor guy.

    Swimmer has focused on its – no, her talents. With an equal focus between evolution and size, and human and carp, Swimmer now looks surprisingly humanoid. Think a slimmer deep one.
    Tank on the other hand, has clearly focused entirely on dog and has gone for growth. He’s the same size as you, and has deformed the hiding place with his size. Looks like an insectoid Schmahkah.
    Scout has focused on cat and dog and has gone for evolution. Large ears, long maw, barely a foot long. Small, but all of the senses are heavily advanced. Still an it.
    You now have an even better swimmer than... well, Swimmer. One of your fin slugs has gone completely carp, and is now practically designed for the water. Gone for growth, same size as Swimmer. Let’s call it Fish.
    Another fin slug has gone completely fly and completely evolution. As a result, you’ve got what looks like a fat, pinkish dragonfly, with a curved tail. Let’s call him Flyer.
    A pair of your fin slugs have focused on human and gone between evolution and growth. They’re basically slug men. One female, one male. Slug Guy and Slug Girl.
    Sadly, the remaining fin slug died of illness during gestation.
    This leaves you with:
    Swimmer (F), Tank (M), Scout (H), Fish (H), Flyer (M), Slug Guy (M), Slug Girl (F)
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:21 No.6598261
    Each of them is carrying an egg sac which all together gives us about 200 upcoming spawn (considering one died), right?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:21 No.6598265
    Eat the rest of the human ourselves.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:22 No.6598269

    We should have taken 100% human.

    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:22 No.6598272
    Consume remains!
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:23 No.6598282
    So when is the drawfag that was here earlier gonna draw up us some reference pics?
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)21:23 No.6598283
    The ones that have evolved into males have remove their ability to produce young.
    So, four are pregnant and need to lay their eggs almost immediately. Each carries enough eggs to produce an average of thirty spawn each.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:26 No.6598297
    Get a report from the offspring - who hatched out first, how long ago, how long we've been gestating, and so on. Any sign of the remains of the hobo? Any more human activity in here since we started gestating? How are our psychic abilities doing now compared to beforehand?
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)21:26 No.6598300
    Don't be so demanding.

    In any case, you proceed to chow down on the human - well, the parts that aren't rotten. The rest of them feed on the cat. Although you become full, you're still not quite at the stage of gestation. Neither are they.

    Swimmer, Scout, Fish and Slug Girl and quite desperate to lay eggs.
    >> MadSlug 11/06/09(Fri)21:26 No.6598305
    Eat the human!
    And his culture!
    Eat the human!
    Eat him all!
    >> DeliciousSlug 11/06/09(Fri)21:26 No.6598306
    This place has been pretty handy to us, so I'd say we fortify it. Let the females lay their eggs here, keep tank and the girls here.

    Take a few others scouting for a 2nd "base" possibly just outside the sewers.

    After a big meal for everyone and some rewarding praise to Swimmer, to make sure they know that is how you work as a team.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:27 No.6598311
    We should build a nest then, but I want to start moving.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:28 No.6598318
    Did we get any new insects? Something should have lain a couple eggs in the meat or be pecking at it.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:28 No.6598321
    Have them lay their eggs in the hobo corpse.
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)21:28 No.6598322
    Swimmer hatched first, two hours ago. Removed the grate and took out Tank before he hatched and killed them all with his size and weight. Tank hatched second, then Flyer, then Scout, then Slug Guy, then Fish, then Slug Girl. They ate some of the stuff while they were waiting for you.
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)21:29 No.6598332
    Small spider. Blow fly. Silverfish. A few ants.

    You've seen it all before.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:30 No.6598340
    Bah, take it we've pretty much sampled the range of insect life in the sewers then.
    >> MadSlug 11/06/09(Fri)21:31 No.6598343
    I agree... we need a breeding ground and this place seems suitable. Do we know how close it is to the surface and entrances? We need somewhere deep, dark and secluded... but roomy enough. Once we have a Hive set up we can begin our explorations properly.

    Maybe we should work on remotely communicating with our primary offspring over greater distances so we can remotely direct their explorations when it finally comes to the point when we have to "split the party"
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:31 No.6598347
    ......are we male? :D
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:32 No.6598352
    We must test our psychic powers. That human should have enhanced our cerebral functions to some degree.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:32 No.6598355
    We NEED to fix that damn leg.

    I say next gestation we focus on making our bones stronger and more flexible.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:32 No.6598356
    We need to find some regenerative species to heal our bum leg and face for when we gestate again. I recommend we go for an earthworm or some parasite because those are probably the most readily available.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:32 No.6598357
    Spiders intrigue me.

    Utilize Scouts small size and advanced senses, have his spawn ingest spiders.

    Venomous Scout type wall crawlers.
    >> Original Plague Doctor !!JajszWhpsyf 11/06/09(Fri)21:33 No.6598360
    >What were to happen if we ate all our children...?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:34 No.6598372
    We need to find a bigger lair, someplace we can make ours long-term. Somewhere deeper in the sewers.

    I propose we start hunting more proactively - but make sure that we're finding most of our prey someplace further afield than our lair, as it doesn't pay to make trouble right on our doorstep.

    I vote for putting out another summoning beacon, now that we're easily big enough to take down cats.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:34 No.6598374
    I don't suggest this, but good question.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:35 No.6598381
    We'd be down a bunch of loyal, strong followers and only gain the ability to evolve into their hybrid forms.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:35 No.6598384
    Cats will make good growing food for the brood.
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)21:36 No.6598389
    You'd be able to have access to their unique genetics.
    You've previously consumed samples of giant house spider, hence your spinnerets.
    It's... proved very useful.
    Locate something suitable.
    Swimmer, Scout and Slug Girl lay their eggs in the tunnel.
    Fish lays its eggs in the water, concealing them beneath some refuse. Fish's disadvantage is that it isn't land capable - but water? Perfect.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:36 No.6598391
    >deeper in the sewers
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:37 No.6598401
    The thought occurred to me too. They'd probably resist though, and do a decent amount of harm to us before we were able to kill/eat them. Unless we had some of them kill each other, so that there was only one for us to take out.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:37 No.6598403
    Lay children.

    Hunt for food, find decent "Scout base" or "2nd lair".

    Fill the egg cave with food and leave Swimmer and tank with them, as we set up another hive.
    >> MadSlug 11/06/09(Fri)21:37 No.6598404
    Why not?
    Hide the hive. Then strike out towards the surface.
    >> That crap drawfag from Slugquest 3 11/06/09(Fri)21:38 No.6598406
    Bleh, I'd lay bait for a real drawfag, but it's nearly 3a.m. here and my mouse drawing gets even worse when im tired.

    However, I suggest that we send Scout, and probably Fish for a quick look around to see what's changed. While we wait, moniter their progress telepathically if possible, and have a light snack on the hobo.
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)21:40 No.6598417
    Oh, and by the way:
    - You know that the sewers led into a large body of saltwater. You are all immune to saltwater - although it still irritates Slug Guy and Slug Girl.
    - You're free to go further into the sewers if you wish, and deeper into the city.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:40 No.6598420
    Fine, mine base will be hidden. But damnit, I want to start moving toward to surface, not away.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:40 No.6598424
    Once our eggs hatch we'll go for the earthworms on the surface, for now let's test ourselves out and see what our brain/hands can do.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:41 No.6598432
    Get them set up with a system that lets them be self sustaining. Fish catches fish, trash and anything it can get it's .."hands" on.

    Slug Guy and girl get us more rats to control and use as delicious bio mass dinner.

    Scout and Fly scout for us. Tank guards the eggs.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:41 No.6598433
    Salt waters small time until we get big enough to take on some sharks.

    I say we head inward and deeper.
    >> PrometheuSlug 11/06/09(Fri)21:43 No.6598453
    I say we take Swimmer, Tank, Scout and Flyer and start towards the city and more varied LIFE!

    Guy and Girl can stay here... and attempt to breed us up some reinforcements.

    Fish can go explore deeper into the sewers as best it can searching for a good large chamber for our central hive.

    This will also allow us to test the range limits of our psychic communication.
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)21:43 No.6598456
    Are you folks okay with this?
    Also, you seem to want to scout deeper into the sewers to find another hive. I hope I am correct, but I want confirmation before I actually do it.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:45 No.6598465

    Cautious scouting deeper, yes.

    I still think we should have a fairly close hand in the spawning of our descendants so we can psychically imprint them with loyalty to us as soon as they hatch.
    >> DeliciousSlug 11/06/09(Fri)21:47 No.6598490
    Yeah I think a base for "Active" Slug monsters, and a "breeding ground" sound good for us.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:48 No.6598498
    Wait shouldn't we have Tank and any of the other males fertilize the eggs that are laid, or are they already fertilized?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:49 No.6598505
    We need to somehow devour some bees. STINGERS FUCK YEAH
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:50 No.6598514
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    Trying to make draw these as fast as possible, they look pretty bad since it's 3 in the morning where I am.

    >> Sauber !f1v85QnTcU 11/06/09(Fri)21:50 No.6598523
    I feel a BANTEES scenario coming on
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)21:51 No.6598532
    You take Swimmer, Scout and Flyer with you as you go deeper into the sewers.
    Fish collects various items and pieces of food in the water near your initial hive.
    Tank guards the initial hive.
    Slug Guy and Slug Girl begin the location of rats. They begin to train the rats as soon as they locate them.

    Minutes pass and eventually hours. Finally, you come across an optimal location. It filled with everything that you could ever need for a hive - piles of refuse, a flow of fetid water for fish, debris, all sorts of things! Heck, it even already has egg sacs there, just waiting to hatch!
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:51 No.6598533
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    Tank (Oh god it's so bad my eyes are bleeding)
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:52 No.6598535
    Wait...egg sacs already there?
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)21:53 No.6598539
    >> DeliciousSlug 11/06/09(Fri)21:53 No.6598546
    Are they OUR kind of egg sacs? Can we tell if they are "Slug people brand"?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:54 No.6598551
    ... There are already eggsacs?
    Our species? Ohgod. Ohgod. There might be a warlord, and we just dscovered hishomeandnowhesgoingtoeatusohgodshit.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:54 No.6598555
    Wait but wha-OH NO!

    How's the range on our communication? Can we alert our other children? Bring in reinforcements if required?
    How big are these eggs?
    How many?!
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)21:54 No.6598556
    They are definitely your kind of egg sacs.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:55 No.6598564
    >> DeliciousSlug 11/06/09(Fri)21:55 No.6598565
    Send out a calm, soothing mental call, and try to bring in whatever might of made them. Make sure they know we wish to talk and understand, not eat them.
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)21:56 No.6598572
    You can't tell just from smell them. However, you lean forward, extend your tongue and lick.

    Let's see... There's some fin slug in there. In this batch, there's also some spider, some fox and some...
    ... Schmahkah?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:56 No.6598573

    I guess we've found our missing offspring.

    Get Scout to check out the surrounding area as closely as possible, sound and scent. Check for piles of refuse that might contain a gestating slugmonster. We need to find out who this is.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:56 No.6598575
    I take it that this is the work of the child we couldn't find/remember from our initial brood.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:57 No.6598579
    have scout collect the mystery eggs and head back to the nursery. We can imprint them when hey hatch, and get free babies/soldiers out of it.

    Keep fly in the air and wait. We're big as hell now and if there's another warlord he won't be a match for us. Keep in mind that we don' want to outright kill this other slug-dude. We should send a psychic signal out and "feel" for the presence of one of our own. See if we can locate the owner of these mystery eggs
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:57 No.6598581
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    I'm freaking out right now.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:57 No.6598582
    iii dooont knooow whaaat Schmahkah iiiiiiiisssssssss

    But i vote we go with >>6598565 unless we know this Schmahkah thing is hostile... in which case DEVOUR THE EGGS!
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)21:57 No.6598583
    They're about same size as yours. Each egg sac has an average of thirty spawn.

    There are twelve egg sacs.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:58 No.6598593
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    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)21:59 No.6598603
    Schmahkah was our smartest child to date. A little too smart for his own good, as he captured us while we were gestating and tried to make us subservient to him.

    He tasted delicious.
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)21:59 No.6598607
    Schmahkah is the name of one of your children. He was in the same generation as your current children but he was a bit of a rebel. He basically ruined everything you created and as a result, you killed him and ate him.

    Apparently these eggs are his young.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:00 No.6598614

    Schmahkah was our strongest and eldest offspring, who tried to eat us and usurp our place as patriarch. We fought him in an epic battle, killed him, and ate him.

    So, these eggs are from a slug who's also eaten Schmahkah, or is descended from us after we ate Schmahkah. Either way we need to be careful, and find out where the parent is.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:01 No.6598623
    Alright, let's put this together, if they taste like Schmahkah then it obviously bred with this new warlord and the warlord carried it's offspring. It's only a couple days younger then we are an has been on the scene long enough to kill a fox. It also possibly has more children then we do, who the hell knows what it thinks of us if it was in relations with Schmankah.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:01 No.6598629
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:02 No.6598632
    We haven't even established that there IS a new warlord. These may just be Scmahkah's eggs, ripe for our taking.
    >> MadSlug 11/06/09(Fri)22:02 No.6598634
    Eat the eggs!
    GO TO WAR!
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)22:02 No.6598636
    As you recall, when you fought Schmahkah, there were twelve fin slugs there.

    Or maybe thirteen.

    You're not sure, you don't quite remember.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:03 No.6598640

    Wow. He really was busy while we were out.

    Though these can't be Schmahkah's young directly, can they? There's been too much time since we defeated him, they should've hatched by now. Unless Schmahkah had a mate who's still out here in the tunnels somewhere?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:03 No.6598642
    psychic sense?
    Remember, whatever this new offspring is, it hasn't had manflesh.

    We should be able to dominate, provided it's a one on one situation.

    See if we can focus our thoughts and "listen" for the thoughts of the mystery slug nearby. Also, it would probably be a good time to make sure we can communicate with our offspring back at the pad.
    >> DeliciousSlug 11/06/09(Fri)22:03 No.6598643
    Take the eggs in as our own, but don't place them with the others to keep them safe till we know what is inside and if it will be hostile or friendly.

    Collect food for both hives, try to find out if these are left over eggs with no living parents or see if we need to make a pact, or show someone out pimp claw.
    >> PrometheuSlug 11/06/09(Fri)22:03 No.6598651
    Put out signals to try and sense this Hive's patriarch.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:05 No.6598661
    It's entirely possible. Our eggs take quite a while to hatch, as was evidenced by Schmahkah himself. In the time it took his generation to hatch, we had tamed rats, hunted some things, and gestated twice (or just once)
    >> PrometheuSlug 11/06/09(Fri)22:05 No.6598669
    Hmm... so... thirteen probably ate some Schmahkah and then cheesed it... Cunning little bugger.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:06 No.6598674
    They are the spawn of the BETRAYER. Eat them. Make sure none of your other spawn eats any. Else his rebellious ways might spread.
    Pimp-claw up in this bitch.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:07 No.6598679
    They are the spawn of something that ate the betrayer. They are probably the spawn of a deserter.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:07 No.6598683
    I vote this.

    Burn the traitors memory from the pages of history. Let none of his line survive. Utterly erase every last piece of his legacy. There can be only one.
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)22:07 No.6598685
    You decide that it’s a good idea to claim this are as your own – as for the eggs, you currently decide to raise them as your own, but you don’t remain adverse the idea of eating them if you have to.

    Your new hive is a particularly large and tall chamber, a separate room – perhaps it used to be used for maintenance or something. In any case, it is long abandoned. The mothers and fathers of these egg sacs used to live here, but they haven’t been here for days.

    They’ve moved on, apparently. Any attempt to sense another patriarch results in failure. You are the only one in the vicinity.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:07 No.6598688
    Either way, I agree they should be eaten.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:08 No.6598690

    Hmm... I dont think we should trust these eggs. I say we don't even deign to consume such blasphemy. Destroy the eggs!
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:09 No.6598709
    We should eat some of the eggs, we don't know if they will be dangerous to our other spawn and eating them (unless they've got spider in them) can only benefit us since we've got a couple hundred of our spawn waiting at the nest. We can take some and try to imprint them, but we shouldn't take the whole clutch and expect loyal followers.
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)22:09 No.6598710
    You ate the betrayer.
    You ate every trace of the betrayer.

    If something came near the corpse while you were eating it, you probably ate it too.

    There was nothing left for anyone else to consume.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:10 No.6598719
    Eating them may prove a bad idea. Theyre a genetic slot-machine. No telling what the fuck we'll get.
    >> PrometheuSlug 11/06/09(Fri)22:11 No.6598721
    Hmmm. Can we still communicate with the rest of our brood? If so; have them join us here.

    Also... can we chemically mark these eggs? Some form of pheremone brand to both symbolically claim them as our own and also to easily identify the spawn within them in case they turn traitor.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:11 No.6598723
    We're gonna have a hive-war on our hands soon.
    These eggs, even if we do manage to make them loyal to us, still carry the possibility of betrayal. They have no use. As infiltraitors, they could be easily picked out, from smell. I say we eat them, to be safe, and claim the room as our own.
    Since the couple left their eggs, it means two things:
    a) they are at least second generation, as there are two of them
    b) they left hastily, as any good parent would protect the eggs
    Eat them.
    Pimp claw.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:11 No.6598728
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    And Flyer.

    Too tired to draw anything else.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:12 No.6598733
    I say send scout swimmer and flyer out in search of more hives like these, theres a chance if not a slim one that more of these exist. If thats true we could be outnumbered and surrounded on all fronts in a short time.

    Also whats the status on communications with our offspring in the hive, can we talk that far?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:12 No.6598736
    Thanks for the great work.
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)22:13 No.6598737
    You sir, are a gentleman and a scholar.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:13 No.6598744
    there's a lot of them, 12 egg sacks of 30 each is 3x what we have coming

    destroy half? of them and take the rest to raise as our own, i dont think we should risk 360 hostile slug babies coming out

    i dont think we should eat them either, the way they have been seemingly abandoned is suspicious, they might be poisoned or contain some kind of bad genetic material or something
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:14 No.6598757
    Eat the eggs, we can't afford to have this come bite us in the ass and any benefit we could gain from the eggs could easily be replicated by another round of breeding.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:14 No.6598759
    I didn't follow this quest before, Bioplasma, because I wasn't aware that it was you running it.

    Yet again I am impressed by your ability to throw your players for a loop, while making everything a logical progression of what occurred previously.
    >> DeliciousSlug 11/06/09(Fri)22:14 No.6598760
    I say we keep them. If they are his children, We have a small army of really nasty, cat sized killing machines, that we can feed, gain the loyalty of and and shape in our thought process.

    If we just eat them, we are throwing away a lot. And risking the chance of whoever laying them still being alive and taking revenge later.
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)22:15 No.6598761
    There are twelve egg sacs, take that as you will.

    In any case, how about this course of action:
    1) Destroy 11 of the egg sacs however you wish (consume or crush?)
    2) Raise the remaining one.
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)22:16 No.6598778
    Was there another person called Bioplasma or are you referencing the fact that I also did Corp Quest?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:16 No.6598784
    Sounds acceptable, and we will eat the egg sacs.
    >> PrometheuSlug 11/06/09(Fri)22:16 No.6598788
    i agree with eating some of the eggs. Might help us get a sense of how evolved these things are. I do think we need to find out HOW this new hive has cropped up... just assuming Schmahkah somehow magiced it into existence isn't going to help us if this happens AGAIN!

    But setting up a main base here and sending fish and flyer out to scout for more of these other-hives seems wise.
    >> PrometheuSlug 11/06/09(Fri)22:18 No.6598801
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:18 No.6598804
    Eat 11 sacs, save one, and as soon as they hatch be ready to basically obliterate their will and make them our slug-slaves.

    We need to do a more thorough sweep and scout of the sewers, and find out where these renegades are. They are a threat to us.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:19 No.6598811
    The second.
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)22:19 No.6598816
    You crush a large portion of the egg sacs and consume another large portion. You do not taste any poison. You're feeling quite bloated - close to gestation, but not just yet.You leave a single egg sac there.
    >> Bill Murray !!WYG9L8p7tJh 11/06/09(Fri)22:20 No.6598821




    So we have at least 12 or 13 spawn that aren't under our control.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:20 No.6598824
    I vote we eat all but two of the eggsacs, and instruct our most loyal child (Scout?) to raise the remaining two egg-sacs, to delegate some of our work-load.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:21 No.6598827
    raise two of them, that's still few enough that we can deal with them if they're any trouble

    can we delve any insight from eating them? if not just crush them to be safe
    >> Bill Murray !!WYG9L8p7tJh 11/06/09(Fri)22:22 No.6598835
    Oh man, Bio PLASMA. I just put that together. I am retarded.

    I was one of the subcontractors in Plasma quest. THAT WAS FUN AS FUCK!
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:22 No.6598838
    What traits can we taste from this egg sac, if it's varied then give us a list.
    >> DeliciousSlug 11/06/09(Fri)22:22 No.6598839
    Well, lets keep him away from the hive, since he might hatch and start going RIP TEAR on everyone.

    Lets hunt some food for our kids when they hatch, and get Hive 2 under construction with webbing, extra refuse, and whatever.
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)22:22 No.6598845

    You call everyone to you, excluding Tank - Tank must guard the eggs.

    Swimmer, Scout, Fish, Flyer and the Guy and Girl are present.

    What do you wish to have them do - and do you want Tank to join you or continue guarding?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:24 No.6598856
    Keep tank planted by those eggs until they hatch, we don't want any scavengers to come along and steal our clutch away.
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)22:24 No.6598857
    Fin Slug.
    >> Bill Murray !!WYG9L8p7tJh 11/06/09(Fri)22:24 No.6598860
    Keep him guarding the eggs.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:26 No.6598880
    I still propose we eat them. It might be passed on if we let them breed with our brood.
    >> Bill Murray !!WYG9L8p7tJh 11/06/09(Fri)22:26 No.6598883
    Ask our little brood if they know whether or not Schmahkah impregnated anyone before we returned.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:27 No.6598889

    Tank stays at the new hive, as a guard. Scout remains to imprint upon the children (her enhanced perception should help keep them safe if their parents return) and to get them started foraging, looking for food, etc.

    Fish and Swimmer go to the saltwater and hunt for new, powerful additions to our genetic manifesto.

    Flyer, Guy and Girl accompany ourselves on a raid toward the surface.
    >> Bill Murray !!WYG9L8p7tJh 11/06/09(Fri)22:27 No.6598893
    Schmahkah's DNA is in us already. It's all there.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:27 No.6598894
    Tank guard the old hive. We need to keep things slightly split up, and/or a back up hive If one falls there is still a chance our breed lives on.

    Basicly split up our forces between guarding the two egg places, making them nice and hive-esque and grabbing lots and lots of food.

    We walk back and forth with Swimmer and keep everyone in line and over see until hatch day cometh.
    >> PrometheuSlug 11/06/09(Fri)22:27 No.6598896
    We need to begin scouting to determine if the Schmahkbrood have more hives in the area.

    Should we try and make sure that we'll be here when the Schmahk-egg hatches so we can personally impose our will on the new spawns? If so; how long should this thing take to hatch?
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)22:28 No.6598902
    "We do not know. He favoured one of our kind more than the others. He might have impregntated it. It's a possibility."
    They are already eaten.
    >> Bill Murray !!WYG9L8p7tJh 11/06/09(Fri)22:29 No.6598917

    SO the situations is at least this:

    Us and our brood.

    Enemies? brood: at least 12.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:30 No.6598925
    But the trait hasn't reappeared. It's possible that it was a random mutation, and if we let it continue, we'd be fuxxord.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:30 No.6598930
    1. betrayal isn't genetic

    2. as much as we hate Schmahkah for defying us, if you look at things from his point of view, how could he have really known? we were in a cocoon when he came into existence, that group had no idea about us until we told them, we would do well to be more understanding in these situations. While we do need to deal with the remaining children that have been alive to be indoctrinated by Schmahkah's other betrayers, this brood poses no inherent threat. we should be honest with them and tell them that their parents betrayed us, but we are the parents of their parents, and will accept them as our own until they give us reason not to. show them the benefits of working with us.
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)22:31 No.6598932
    Which options, /tg/?
    Make a choice!
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:31 No.6598933

    I realised I forgot about the old hive/eggs. Send Guy/Girl back to guard the old hive, and go with Flyer as a companion on our surface raid.
    >> Bill Murray !!WYG9L8p7tJh 11/06/09(Fri)22:31 No.6598935
    The "trait" you're talking about happened because we weren't there when he hatched to imprint our dominance.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:33 No.6598962
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:34 No.6598963
    It just occurred to me, we havent been properly praising Slul-Hugoth lately.
    >> PrometheuSlug 11/06/09(Fri)22:34 No.6598965
    Send Fish and Flyer out scouting for other hives. Maintain contact with them and make sure they return at the first sign of trouble.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:34 No.6598969
    Correct on the first point, but Schmankh did prove to be a treacherous little bastard when we talked with him during the final battle.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:34 No.6598970
    We can't know that for certain.
    But I think we can wait to see if they DO have a rebellious trait. If they do: pimp claw.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:35 No.6598977

    Scout and Flyer run patrols, watching for any evidence of the Schmahkah brood. Tank, Guy and Girl guard the old hive, we guard the new one. Swimmer patrols the water, being wary of roaming carp. As soon as any broods hatch we need to be there to bend them to our will.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:36 No.6598980


    you didn't read a damn word of what I said
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:36 No.6598985
    the incredibly large egg yields means that the most important thing to us, as an individual, and a colony, are our eggs. every successive generation is going to see exponential growth, if we've managed to hold the Schmahkahs back a generation we have a decisive advantage over them PROVIDED we don't lose ours.
    protecting our eggs is #1 priority.
    i think that thinking about the next generation after that should probably be the #2 priority, this means figuring out logistics, space and food for them
    the Schmahkahs are the #3 priority, if we can get our new generation hatched and combat ready before they can get a new one laid we should be able to crush them without any trouble
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:36 No.6598987
    Fully agree
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:37 No.6598999
    You're being paranoid, there's no reason to believe there are more hives. The Betrayer created this spawn before we dispatched him, that's all.

    We should split up and look for more genetic material. Gestation is close.
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)22:38 No.6599000
    Two votes on one idea, at last. Going with this, if no one minds.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:38 No.6599004

    Stop being a Schmankhfag. He was traitorous, and you can't conclusively prove that it wasn't a genetic mutation. Therefore, we have to assume that it could be, and act with caution. If nothing else, they might be immune to our mind-bending powers.
    >> DeliciousSlug 11/06/09(Fri)22:38 No.6599005
    Fortify the two hives. Hunt food. move back and forth between them till hatch day.

    We should Gestate one more time before hatch, but only us and maybe swimmer. Everyone else needs to play babysitter. And we need to come out of the cacoon before they all hatch.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:40 No.6599017
    Spreading out our bases isn't such a good idea. Let's consolidate, so that they can't be destroyed by one thing very easily. Otherwise a big enough predator to kill Tank will destroy that one, then move to the one with Guy/Girl and destroy that one too. All of them together can fight better than a lot of tiny bases.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:40 No.6599023

    Alright, but he forgot Fish - send Fish out with Swimmer.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:41 No.6599028
    how muchcontrol do we have over our offspring? is it really a matter of imprinting once they're born? can we trust any of our 1st generation kids totally? can we give, say, swimmer, a group of 10 or 15 2nd gens and tell him to take them, explore, found a new colony and report back after they're established?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:41 No.6599033
    Also, if possible, eat more spiders before we gestate. Reinforcing our spinnerets would be good, they've been vastly useful in the past.
    >> Bill Murray !!WYG9L8p7tJh 11/06/09(Fri)22:42 No.6599035



    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:43 No.6599051
    Please control your capslock.
    He's the only one that has said this, everyone else already knows.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:45 No.6599059
    Good point. Given our vulnerabilities, it may be best to think about moving our old eggs into this new hive, and then fortifying it.

    Honestly, I think we need to begin trusting them until we have a reason not to. If we distrust all our offspring, we'll be inefficient and weak.
    >> Bill Murray !!WYG9L8p7tJh 11/06/09(Fri)22:46 No.6599065
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:47 No.6599074

    hell, technically speaking he didn't even betray anyone because as far as he knew we didn't exist when he was born. none of our other children knew any better so you're arguing that magically he did? he did exactly what he did, he just tried to kill us when we pointed out that we were the actual original. his words clearly show that he didn't believe that we were the original, NOT that he knew and was deliberately betraying us

    that shows that its merely a matter of putting the offspring on the right track when they hatch, not some kind of bizarre genetic warfare because we didn't take bio's warning about not being around when our children hatched because we chose to gestate.


    its not really imprinting them its just telling them our story instead of letting the others indoctrinate them with the betrayer's version of the story.
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)22:48 No.6599079
    You send Scout and Flyer to patrol, while Tank, Guy and Girl guard the original hive. Swimmer patrols the water with Fish while you look after the new hive.

    Days past and you consider the various results. Scout and Flyer have found a rather curious discovery – a recent human corpse, deeper inside of the tunnel. It’s another rather ragged looking individual, a poor, sorry excuse for a human. It appears to have died from blunt trauma to the head. They also located a small pride of wild cats, as well as several nests of much smaller creatures.
    The nest back at your original hive is beginning to grow and grow and grow – the eggs are close to hatching, over a hundred of them.
    Swimmer and Fish report all sorts of strange, mystical wonders near the saltwater body. They dare not venture into it but when they scout near the various openings, they report all sorts of strange and wonderful creatures - all sorts of strange things that they do not recognize.

    That was the past. This is the present. The eggs in the new hive are hatching. Thirty tiny little Schmahkah imitations emerge, with various different alterations. Rather than single claws, they have large, spread clawed paws. They have spinnerets and they also appear to have poison glands. They also have long, rat-like tails. They stare up at you curiously, all of them ever so tiny, still crawling along.
    >> DeliciousSlug 11/06/09(Fri)22:48 No.6599082
    We've all ready killed and ate their young. And took their home, if they have not set up another hive or died to something in the tunnels.

    They know where this one is, they could be hunting for our hive. Or something of the sort. All we do know is that they know exactly where this place is.

    So moving OUR eggs here is stupid.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:51 No.6599098
    >Honestly, I think we need to begin trusting them until we have a reason not to.
    They are the progeny of a CRAFTY betrayer. By the time we have a reason not to, it may be too late. I'm not advocating we eat them immediately, but after a short amount of time, if they don't behave like all of our "normal" children: feed.
    >If we distrust all our offspring, we'll be inefficient and weak.
    Why on earth would we distrust our normal offspring? You don't suspect ALL the space marines after only a few turned to chaos.

    Stop trying to play to our sympathies.
    Are. They. Traitorous. At. All?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:51 No.6599100
    Why do they all seem so cute?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:52 No.6599106
    I'm just saying, being spread out at this point isn't a great idea. I don't care where we actually make a base.

    Let's go and eat that human after indoctrinating the new hatchlings. Let's take them with us to get their first food.
    >> Firstquest 11/06/09(Fri)22:52 No.6599111
    Tell them who their Daddy is. Tell them that what happened to the last betrayer. Tell them mentally... show them if possible what they could become with your guidance and their loyalty.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:52 No.6599113
    We need to put more thought into controlling our children. We've lately just been belting out orders with the only real reward being food. We need to remind them of Slul-Hugoth, of their bond to us, and more importantly to project happy and proud thoughts into their minds when they do something properly.
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)22:53 No.6599114
    You can't tell yet. They haven't attempted communication. They're still recovering from, you know, being born.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:53 No.6599116
    are the shmahkah's hatching at the same time as the other eggs? if so dont give them any indication that they're different, treat them all as one brood, dont treat them with any distinction by parent, even the ones that are all ours, just tell them that they are the third generation of Slug and that you are their greatfather
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:54 No.6599122

    assess any immediate threat the offspring can pose, and choose action based on result:

    if not at all threatening: explain the truth. their parents betrayed us out of ignorance and will have to pay for their crimes, but as the children of our children, they are the same as the rest of us, and are to join us and work with us as brothers and sisters.

    if a potential threat: tell them they are our children, and will follow our instructions as part of our family
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:56 No.6599132
    They seem built for combat, so we should utilise that. We tell them our noble heritage, and tell them that they are destined to be the warriors of our mighty empire. We leave them in Tank's charge (Tank being a pretty good role-model for aspiring warriors).

    We order all our children (and the new babies) to return to our old hive, and disguise its presence/fortify it as best they can. They're to be doubly vigilant for intruders. If the eggs somehow hatch before we return, they're to tell our story to the newborn and make sure they understand that we are the leader. And Tank has to keep an eye on the new warriors, and make sure they don't try eating the other babies.

    Meanwhile, we take Scout and go to the human corpse we've recently disovered, to spread its ingestion between the two of us; we need to improve our minions' minds.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:56 No.6599133

    The human corpse is of concern to us. Has anything been eating it? Can we tell what? Scout can have a sniff at it, maybe pick up some trace of the other brood if any remains.

    The cats we can hunt and eat, if need be - catch them alone, one at a time, and bring them back for food.

    The baby Schmahkahs, though... let them feel awe at the sight of their ultimate progenitor, swamp their tiny minds with feelings of reverential dread. We are the First, we are the Oldest, and we are to be respected and obeyed. We provide food to those who are loyal, we dispense swift retribution to those who are not.

    With any luck, if we can imprint such an impression firmly enough upon them at this early stage in their lives they will carry it with them henceforth.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:56 No.6599135
    whether or not its true we should act as if their genealogy is irrelevant,
    they really are our descendants, so we're not lying to them, act like they're not different or apart from the rest of the hatchlings, and hopefully they wont be
    >> DeliciousSlug 11/06/09(Fri)22:56 No.6599136
    Imprint in their minds while they are still fresh and impressionable
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)22:56 No.6599139
    The captured spawn have hatched first. This is your encounter with them.

    In any case, it's your choice. They're not talking yet. They just seem dazed and confused and are getting accustomed to reality.

    What do you do?
    >> PrometheuSlug 11/06/09(Fri)22:57 No.6599140
    Was the human corpse consumed? If not... I hope our scouts tucked in.

    Once our first-hives eggs have hatched we can use this larger space for our next batch.

    Right now we must seek new genetic diversity. Have Swimmer and Fish lay in wait for one of the creatures to stray too close to an opening... then catch, kill and return it to the hive for all to devour. Unless of course it is too large for them to attack or too small to be of any real use.

    In the meantime we should form a scouting party of ourself, scout, flyer to press on towards to the city looking for more non-aquatic meat to consume.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:57 No.6599149

    I agree with this except that on the off chance that the betrayer's children do betray us, they might be able to out-number and kill tank on his own, and I don't think guy and girl are really that powerful offensively

    needs more discussion
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)22:59 No.6599158
    Tell them our story. Impress upon their minds the majesty of Slul-Hugoth, the power we command as prophet and patriarch, and the rewards of proper obeisance.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:00 No.6599168

    I vote we explain to them the broader points of what has happened, not emphasizing the betrayer more than is necessary so that we don't give them the impression that we expect them to betray us

    truth is the best inoculation against propaganda, and our enemies are the result of propaganda more or less
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:01 No.6599170
    You are fucking retarded.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:02 No.6599177

    Swimmer, Flyer, and Fish will be there too. I'm pretty sure the lot of them could handle the newborns - only us and Scout would be away.
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)23:02 No.6599183
    It's skeletal. As for what has been eating it, just about everything that's living in the sewers. It's difficult to get a smell.

    As for the hatchlings, you impress upon them the majesty of Slul-Huggoth, and that you are ultimately their father, one way or another. They come from you. You are the first, the one and the only, the true. You continue to chide and talk to them, instructing them in the ways of your people, informing them that they must always follow you. They seem to listen blindly, taking in every single bit of it but...

    "But how do you Slul-Huggoth is watching us?"

    One of them speaks, staring up at you curiously.

    "Where's the proof?"
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:03 No.6599189
    No need for that at all.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:04 No.6599191
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:04 No.6599193
    Spike and eat the curious one.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:04 No.6599194

    The fact that we have survived and prospered is proof enough. Those that turned aside from Slul-Hugoth have perished and been consumed by the faithful, as is the way of things.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:04 No.6599196
    Get out athiest.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:04 No.6599198
    Tell them the proof is our success. Through the power of Slul-Hugoth we have overcome foes of greater size and power (humans, dogs, carp, etc) and thrived!
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:04 No.6599199

    NOW we get mistrust them, although its not their fault that they're smart
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:05 No.6599200
    Godamn religionslug. I knew that was a bad idea. Thou shalt have no God above ME...
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:05 No.6599201
    death to the heretics?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:05 No.6599203
    Spear the one who questioned us with our harpoon tongue.

    'You dare to question? My word is law! It is truth! It is unquestionable! The rest of you would do well to remember that.'

    Give the other hatchlings our best 'I could spear you too if I wanted to' scowl.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:06 No.6599204
    eat them
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:06 No.6599209

    thirded, violent approach is just going to make it that much easier for them to betray us if/when their side is shown to be larger than anticipated
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:07 No.6599214
    Eat the one who questions us. See if any questions show up.
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)23:07 No.6599216
    2 for Eat Them All
    2 for Eat the Heretic
    2 for Brow Beating

    Next post voting will be the tie breaker.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:07 No.6599218
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:07 No.6599223
    "If Slul-Huggoth does not exist then at the highest point of potential power there is only Me. And there is plenty of proof of Me."
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:08 No.6599224
    Eat the heretic.
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)23:08 No.6599228
    3 for Brow Beating
    3 for Eat the Heretic
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:08 No.6599229

    Eat the heretic, psychic-bitchslap the rest.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:08 No.6599230
    It's unfortunate, but none can be spared.
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)23:09 No.6599237
    Final count:
    3 for brow beat
    3 for eat them all
    4 for eat the heretic.

    Posting eat the heretic update.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:10 No.6599239
    This just turned into a pretty retarded clusterfuck. KILL THE HERETICS! FOR THE EMPRAH!
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:10 No.6599243

    eat them all but only once we can be absolutely positive that none will escape.

    while it was good to hope they would be useful, we can absolutely not tolerate potential infighting
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:11 No.6599257
    I'm not entirely sure how well oppression is going to go when theyre smart enough to question our words...we could have some hard feelings and dissent brewing. Unless we can mind control them perfectly at all times this could be a bad move.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:12 No.6599258
    There were four for browbeat if you count the post verbalising the response.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:13 No.6599264
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)23:13 No.6599267
    You stare at the one who dared to speak out. You step forward, opening your mouth wide. The brat stares insolently up at you, not understanding that it is staring at its death. The harpoon comes shooting out and with a squeal; the hatchling is suddenly impaled, and snatched into your mouth.
    You chew one.
    You chew twice.
    You swallow.
    “That is all the proof you shall ever need that Slul-Huggoth exists. I am the enforcer of Slul-Huggoth and the priest of Slul-Huggoth. Those who do not believe answer to me. Are there any amongst you who do not believe?”
    There is no response.
    “Good. Now where was I?”
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:14 No.6599281
    Damn.... I want to join Schmahkah now... where do I sign up?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:15 No.6599283
    setting ourselves up for failure because we're too stupid to pick between befriend and antagonize and instead try to befriend them by antagonizing them
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:15 No.6599286
    If they're really so smart, they're going to call our bullshit. (lol atheism)
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)23:16 No.6599288
    What's your next course of action then?
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:16 No.6599289
    Excellent. Now the next step is to get them all addicted to mind-altering substances and place ourselves in total control of the supply of said substances...

    Oh wait, we're slugs. Well, >>6599132 seemed a good plan.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:17 No.6599293

    We should eat all of them now, and try again with the next batch we find.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:17 No.6599295
    Theyre not now, not after we ate the first one to question us. Instead they'll scheme and kill us in our sleep or something.
    This oppression bit worked fine enough when our offspring werent smart enough to question us, but now theyre going to resent our autocratic rule.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:18 No.6599303
    Continue indoctrination!
    If it fails ONE MORE TIME, eat the whole lot.
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)23:19 No.6599308
    After indoctrination is continued, not one of them speaks out against you.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:19 No.6599311
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    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:19 No.6599312

    Pff, like they'd've had it any better if Schmahkah was in charge.

    Do we still have our psi-blast powers? Because swamping these little broodlings with appropriately devoted feelings would be really good about now.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:20 No.6599321
    We can't afford to throw this away. Shak's babies are valuable in terms of both strength and intelligence, and eating them because we're afraid we've upset them (honestly, did slave-owners stop whippings because they were afraid they'd make the slaves mad?) would throw all that away.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:20 No.6599325
    Well, now we're committed to trying to force them under our will.

    So, Use all the mental power we have to blast their minds. Fill them with crushing amounts of obedience and filial love. Worst case scenario, we crush their minds and they become mindless drones.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:21 No.6599327

    If it works, leave them with Tank, visit other soon-to-be-hatchlings.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:21 No.6599331

    Have Swimmer and Fish lay in wait for one of the creatures to stray too close to an opening... then catch, kill and return it to the hive for all to devour. Unless of course it is too large for them to attack or too small to be of any real use.

    In the meantime we should form a scouting party of ourself, scout, flyer to press on towards to the city looking for more non-aquatic meat to consume.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:22 No.6599333

    well if we're going to play the evil self-promoting priest we might as well play it out

    apologize for the necessity of their brother's death, but explain that such measures must be taken in a time of war, and that our enemies lurk in the shadows, ready to prey on doubt in order to turn our children into unwitting slaves, Slul-Huggoth makes us a family, and as a family we must fight for each other and preserve each other's lives so that we might prosper and succeed. to this end tasks are divided amongst our family, and our newest children must work under Tank in order to ensure peace for coming generations.
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)23:22 No.6599339
    Fuck it. It's time to resort to heavy handed tactics. With a full blown psychic blast, you impress upon them your zealotry, your worship, your praise of Slul-Huggoth.

    "Praise Slul-Huggoth! Death to the Traitor!"

    They repeat you, word for word, all of them with these emotions burned into their brains by the sudden psychic wave.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:24 No.6599352

    Need to make sure we're blasting them with loyalty to US... generic feelings of love and loyalty may fuck us over.

    Other than that I support this plan.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:24 No.6599353

    propaganda hax works too

    assign them to tank and have them use their intellects to develop some form of group orientated combat designed to have them all work together
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:25 No.6599355
    Now let's go visit our other eggs.
    It might be good to designate a single room as a hatchery, with a dedicated "teacher", so we don't have to run around everywhere.
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)23:25 No.6599357
    I'll be starting the third and final thread of the night with an all-around update. So, give what orders that you want to now and they shall be done.
    Then your own brood will hatch.
    >> Bill Murray !!WYG9L8p7tJh 11/06/09(Fri)23:28 No.6599370
    We've gotta be there for the hatching. The newly hatched guard and build up the new area. Resting areas, webbing to block the entryways + early signals.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:28 No.6599371
    Assign the new converts to Tank, he is our general. He will oversee that they follow our orders and can act as a cohesive fighting unit.
    Then report to our unhatched brood. We must be present for all hatchings, to ensure loyalty and proper indoctrination. Also to inspect the results of our genetic labors.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:28 No.6599373
    Divide the Schmahkaspawn up between tank, the scouters and the aquatics (if they can swim)

    Tank keeps guard with Guy and Girl.

    Scouts search closer to the city to try and find more creatures.

    Have the aquatic ones try and catch us a new creature.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:28 No.6599378
    Assign Tank to teach the newly hatched.
    Go visit our our hatching eggs.
    Designate the newly discovered room as a hatchery/learning environment, with a dedicated "teacher", so we don't have to return to
    Since it appears that the new spawn carry the intelligence gene, RESTRICT THEIR MATING. They are loyal now (hopefully) and will follow the command to NOT FUCKING FUCK UNLESS WE FUCKING TELL THEM TO FUCKING FUCK.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:30 No.6599386

    General hunting and food-gathering, rats and cats for bulk, new samples of sea-life for variety. Scout should be ranging further afield, specifically seeking evidence of the renegade brood. Meanwhile we can dig in, keep indoctrinating the found brood and wait for the other eggs to hatch.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:30 No.6599388
    I like the early signals part, especially.
    A web-alarm.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:30 No.6599389

    And while they're still burning with religious zeal, we should send Flyer, Tank and the soldierlings to lure out a wild cat and eat it.

    The rest of us should return to the old hive to await the hatching of the eggs.
    >> Firstquest 11/06/09(Fri)23:30 No.6599390
    Get people prepared for evolution after hatching. We also want the new guys watched at all times. Do not show the new guys where the old hive is.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:30 No.6599392
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    reading the first thread and am awestruck by our humble origins
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:30 No.6599393

    seconding slug version of west point (learning area) to develop rudimentary tactics
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)23:33 No.6599407
    Preparing new thread then.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:34 No.6599419
    Are these threads archived anywhere? I hate worrying about missing one.
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:34 No.6599421
    Shit better be getting archived.
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)23:35 No.6599423
    New thread: >>6599420
    >> Anonymous 11/06/09(Fri)23:35 No.6599424
    Theyre on sup/tg/, but Slug Quest 3 seems to be missing. Thats unfortunate, it was one of my favorites. When we introduced the commandments of Slul-Hugoth to our children.
    >> Bioplasma !LzFfkxZBAY 11/06/09(Fri)23:36 No.6599427
    Slug Quest 3 needs to be located manually.
    >> Anonymous 11/07/09(Sat)02:27 No.6601170
    Well Schmahkah is Horus to our EMPRAH

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