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    350 KB Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)19:45 No.6665757  
    Fast Food Mafia Thread II:
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)19:47 No.6665778
    Also, let's stick to the finishing the main bosses before we add soda, supermarkets, etc.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)19:49 No.6665805
    Still, I think we should incorporate pizza hut/domino`s into it as another pair.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)19:53 No.6665842
    Panda Cherng:

    Half-Chinese princess of the Panda Express franchise, she's known for being both highly intelligent, and as emotionless as stone (her only outlet of individuality being her ever-present plastic Panda mask, which she wears like an odd hairpiece/hat). She went to Baker University as her family's legacy of Adam and Peggy Cherng.

    Rumored to have a nearly-genius IQ score, she and her franchise have an almost invisible presence on the market, however bringing in solid profits (a Honolulu branch bringing in $4 million USD yearly). This is due to their nearly-exclusive small-branch store system.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)19:57 No.6665870

    I can just picture The Colonel feeding the remains of someone he had killed to his pet chicken.

    "When I said that if you crossed me, you would end up as chicken feed, I doubt you expected me to be so literal, but I am nothing if not a man of my word, sir..."
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)19:58 No.6665889
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    Jollibee has 1,490 branches in the Philippines. 1,490 branches in an archipelago smaller than California. It has 228 branches elsewhere in the world too, including the U.S. It's not even owned by a Filipino, it's owned by a Chinese guy. I believe this is insane.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)19:59 No.6665898
    Panda herself is incredibly pragmatic, considering herself, to a fault, Chinese, eschewing her half-caucasian heritage as a stain upon her honor (and often her hold upon her spot as head of the franchise from her relatives), despite her franchise's long since lost true relation to being particularly Chinese in all but name.

    She herself is a perfectionist all that she does. This makes her a very powerful and incredibly ruthless manager and administrator within her organization. However, her greatest fear is failure, which causes her to outlash wildly without her usual calm intelligence, rendering her useless and even detrimental to her own best-laid plans should they not go off without a hitch until she recovers.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:02 No.6665918
    And Colonel Sanders got even more awesome than usual
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:03 No.6665940
    So, do we have anyone to fit russian mafia theme?
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:05 No.6665961
    Apart from the original picture, we need to add:

    "Timmy" Horton
    Arnold & Wesley "A&W" R. B.

    The only other fast food place around my area is "Opa!" some greek restaurant, that sucks shit.

    And we need to incorporate a bear into A&W.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:05 No.6665964

    Not really, but then there aren't any Russian fast food franchises either.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:07 No.6665983
    Obvious alliances:

    -Wendy & Timmy have fling

    -Chihuahua respects The Colonel, and The Colonel trusts Chihuahua.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:08 No.6665994
    Pan-Pan (his real name long since lost within the organization and unknown) is fanatically loyal to Panda, not only as her personal henchman/bodyguard as head of the franchise, but to her personally, knowing her since childhood. She, herself, considers him the only person left she can trust, after her parents died in the last family war over the place of head.

    He is greatly feared on the street (See last post in other thread about Pan-Pan), and for good reason. While his personal actions are few (him usually delegating Panda's orders to his hand-trained enforcers within the organization), when he does act, he acts without fail for Panda, leaving at times a wake of incredible yet evidence-less destruction across an entire city's Fast Food branches, or a single act of absolute and notorious skill and tact.

    His most famous act, ever present in the minds of all the Bosses?

    At the last meeting of the Bosses, the first ever Panda was attended, he silently incapacitated all Ronald "the Don" McDonald's guards outside the room, and pulled out his chair personally for him, Ronald noticing only as he looked about to shoo away what he believed was his guard.

    Pan-Pan then disobeyed the unspoken rules of guards remaining outside the meeting chamber, standing behind Panda throughout the meeting.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:09 No.6666017
    I came
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:10 No.6666032
    >>-Chihuahua respects The Colonel, and The Colonel trusts Chihuahua.

    That's good. I completely forgot that KFC and Taco Bell had merged stores occaisionally.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:11 No.6666050
    when you try to force awesome you end up looking stupid
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:12 No.6666052
    Pan Pan is now manly badass tier. Fuck.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:13 No.6666061
    Where's your sense of romance? This is a satirical setting of mafia/fast food drama.

    That's a ballsy move. What's forced about it?
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:13 No.6666067
    Its mary-sue crap that would start a gang war for the implied threat and disrespect.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:14 No.6666074
    Can we PLEASE let it be that the (Dairy Queen) Queen is a MAN?


    And the Colonel doesn't know.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:15 No.6666096
    The only bad part is that he stayed in the room after pulling out the chair for Ronald.

    The fact that he did is good. That's cool, nigger.

    Let's make him bow and leave after that though.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:16 No.6666107
    So (s)he would be every inch for keeping their relationship as platonic as can be? Colonel, being old timer and all certainly wouldn`t take it well if he`d ever found out.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:17 No.6666112

    god i hate this label
    Can you just say he's being too perfect or something? godamn.
    It's like /tg/ cant look at original content for once and not say MARY SUE GARY STU BOOOOOOOO.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:18 No.6666124

    True, but she'd have you dead within the hour if you ever mentioned it, unless you had some serious protection.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:18 No.6666127

    Queen isn't with Colonel, she's solo. She WAS with King, until King found out Queen was a post-op trap & tried to off her. After she survived, she went solo with he own business & is trying to show him up, siding with The Don, but can't bring herself to do anything against the King.

    Thanks, I guess. I only remembered because there's one I pass by on the walk from my apartment to the liquor store. Aside from KFC/Taco Bell & Wendy's/Tim Hortons, are there any other merged stores out there?
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:19 No.6666134
    He can't though. He's too gentlemanly. To a fault.

    He has a courtly love and adoration for her, seeing her as "Dave's woman", despite Dave's relationship with "her" never being that way, except in the Colonel's old-fashioned eyes.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:20 No.6666145
    Wasn`t she? In the eralier thread there was this idea, that colonel is now courting her after the death of her husband.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:21 No.6666155
    If you keep The Katie Trying to off Troy, The Relationship of Chihuahua with Birdie and Katie, Chihuahua being loud and sloppy and Then throw in an alliance with The Colonel, which means Wendy is involved somehow, then you've got yourself a setup for a grade A clusterfuck. Just have Carlito and Katie pay the PCs to kill Troy so she can take over his racket and marry Carlito so he can get a greencard.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:21 No.6666161
    I think the previous thread made them too good of friends/old enemies for that. He's probably need a binge-drinking session, or some other such ungentlemanly action to recover, but he'd recover.

    It would put an uncomfortable and awkward wedge completely in their relationship though. This would be a good plot point for clever PCs to use if they need to destabilize that bond.

    It'd be sad though... ;_;
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:23 No.6666179
    Dave was never married to the Queen. Remember, their personalities in this setting tie into their irl pop culture personalities. Wendy's and Dairy Queen don't seem to have any real relation to each other.

    The plot point here is that the Colonel THOUGHT they did.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:23 No.6666181

    Fuck man, the Sodas are the real powers. Everyone, every boss gives a cut to either the Coke or Pepsi Families. They are even too big for this setting, to them the Franchises are just battles in the eternal Cola Wars.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:25 No.6666194
    knocking out a guys guards and pulling out his chair for him is a goddamn threat and an insult and not anything to be ignored! that's the bad part. Him always being in the room is imposing, maybe unorthodox, but acceptable
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:27 No.6666223
    There's also a few KFC/Long John Silver's around.

    Perhaps the Colonel is John's father, providing an explanation for his perpetual good mood and their affable relationship.

    I suspect the reason >>6666050 is bitching is because he didn't think of it himself. Or because he's a troll. Possibly both.

    Anyway. Continue.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:27 No.6666225
    I love it.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:27 No.6666226
    Sodas are just suppliers. Like drug cartel they only provide the product. The franchises manage and distribute. Two different games.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:28 No.6666233
    I think the Subway Boys need to a big if subtle player. They are soft spoken, seemingly friend, but they are fucking everywhere. (there are a retarded amount of subways)
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:29 No.6666243
    If I was the DM there, that'd be an off-taste in my mouth if the PCs took that route. It's too easy to be mercenaries. That sort of action would earn bad blood and suspicion from the other bosses, as the PCs had the gall to off a Boss, no matter how minor, for his lieutenant's order.

    That would screw over believable or high-fidelity missions from Bosses, if I ran that game.

    Wendy could, however, throw a wrench into the assassination attempt for shits and giggles and screw it all up. This chaos (probably from an anonymous tip that something was about to happen to the Trojan) would make the PCs either try to complete it (resulting in phat lewts from Katie and Carlito, but little more good plot progression), or BS-ing it all up to the Trojan in a good roleplay sequence to see if they can make it NOT seem like they were trying to kill him (resulting in no lewts, but RP-level progression and the plot moving forward with the setting itself still thankfully status quo).
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:30 No.6666265
    or maybe you all are just jerking off to how awesome your ideas are and not thinking about context, cause or effect.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:30 No.6666269
    There used to be this guy... name of mr.sub. He tried muscling in on the subway brothers turf. Havnt heard much of him since.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:30 No.6666276
    I hate it. Fast food mascots are more fun and amusing.

    I seriously hate that idea.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:35 No.6666334
    GM here. I like this angle. Even if my plaeyers did break then apart, I'd have the Colonel trying to forgive the Queen (perhaps even proposing, had the sausage-smuggling not been revealed at all) as endgame approached, and the Fast Food war opened fully (culminating, as the last thread said, in a final BBEG fight with Ronald with his last screw gone). The Colonel would then die a manly death in a battle, and should Ronald himself be redeemed by the players (WONDERFUL plot point form the last thread), he'll actually still be alive, but simply hospitalized.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:35 No.6666337
    yeah, offing a boss is a pretty big thing. IT would have to be a beginning of the end kind of thing. The PC, Carlito and Katie don't get their happy ending. Off a Boss brings the rest of the Franchises down on them. They'd have to go hie with their only ally left, The Colonel. The Hunt puts stress on Wendy and The Colonel's relationship. Maybe the last straw even. IN the chaos and power vacuum other Bosses decide it time to make their plays. The city charbroils and the streets run red with ketchup.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:37 No.6666356
    I think I need a nap because there were way too many typos in that.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:37 No.6666360
    >>not thinking about context, cause or effect
    You seem to be forgetting that this is a satirical grimdark setting that pokes fun at things. The more TUFF it is, the more it can be shrugged off to mafioso-drama (a la Exalted). To a point, yes, you're right; but that doesn't change the fact that these things need to be not only as realistic, but as fun as possible.

    Therefore, a little bit of fluff embellishment is possible, as long as it doesn't happen in-game. It makes the setting GOOD.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:38 No.6666374

    The Sodas are background they don't dirty their hand directly, but even the the Don himself would pause if you role a natural 20 and claim to be an agent of Coke.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:41 No.6666411
    Coke? Coke? Do we look like we sell nose powder, boy? No. We represent Coca-Cola. Only two people call us 'coke' and live. The ignorant and the dead. which are you?
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:42 No.6666420
    See, now THAT'S good. That would be good thinking on a Bluff RP from my PCs. Even better if they proceeded to roll a natural 20.

    I'd reward them early on for that sort of ballsy BS and luck. That's the making of a fun game.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:43 No.6666454
    Aaaaaaaaaand that's if they FAIL their Bluff check. In fact, that's if they roll a 1: Coca-Cola representatives were actually waiting in the same room with Ronald.

    That is game-ending critical fail right there.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:45 No.6666487
    Please revise your post for grammar and spelling. You SEEM to have a good idea, but I can't tell under your elementary school writing.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:47 No.6666531
    I think "Papa" John and "Little" Caesar could be interesting. They are rivals but it is a 9 to 5 low impact rivalry. They hang out and occasionally have a few drinks and they always have each others backs. Why? Because they are both pizza. Pizza is old school. Pizza takes its time, gets the job done right. Pizza is a meal, not just food, it is about family and respect. It is the nature of business that pizza competes against pizza but against the rest of those flash-frying fuckers pizza has always got pizza's back.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:47 No.6666534
    oh fuck yeah
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:47 No.6666548
    I'm here for the get stealing?
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:48 No.6666584
    All your gets are belong to /b/.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:49 No.6666618
    /b/ is here to shit on your get. Good day sirs.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:50 No.6666717
    Oh look, it's getting closer; what's that, you ask? Why, it's the sound of /b/ taking your precious 6s away! Oh my!
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:53 No.6666836
    We have:
    Ronald + Grimace/Wendy/Hamburgler(Complete)

    The King (Done, but I personally don't find it very polished)

    Panda + PanPan (Done, but a tiny bit skimpy and a little too fluffy)

    Colonel (Good, but may need some more quirks or description)

    Taco Bell oh gods i cant spell that stupid dog name thingy damn mexicans (This is alright. He's a little bit without redeeming features, but early-on in the last thread was pretty good.)

    Jack in the box (NEEDS confirmation on what he REALLY is; last thread started off crazy mad genius, went to...something; also needs more backstory)

    Wendy (lots of quirks and fluff, but not a lot of concrete personality/business practice ironed-out, i.e. why square burger patties, etc.)

    Papa John, Little Caesar (good start in the last thread, but still no good backstory OR fluff for either to constitute enough for them to stand thematically)

    Trojan/Katie (Katie, the LIEUTENANT, has more story than her Boss, and no real redeeming features. Lots of work needed here.)

    Baby Face (nigh absolutely nothing concrete done)

    Subway Bros. (lots of fluff, no personality, except for the brotherly-hate-hook, which I personally don't like)

    the Queen (very intriguing flavor fluff, not a lot of personality/business practice, or a concrete backstory; needs a little work).
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:53 No.6666847

    Any Soda representative, if you have one at all, always must hidden in shadows and smoking.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:54 No.6666860

    They both have the whole American-Italian mafioso look about them, I could just imagine them both referring to themselves as "family run businesses", with "Papa" John and "Little" Caesar occasionally meeting up after work at some bar to drink a few beers and catch up on how the kids are doing, etc etc.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:55 No.6666871


    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:55 No.6666873
    Do we have the old thread archived?
    >> Christmas Ape 11/11/09(Wed)20:56 No.6666887
    It's over, the children have gone back to their ghetto.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:58 No.6666912
    No, no smoking. They're in "family restaurants". They'd be insulting the people that sell their own product to the mass market.

    They need to be incessantly drinking their own product in the restaurant. I'd see if my clever PCs learn to recognize their (the soda representatives) faction by the color (or should they be gutsy enough to try the reps' cups) of the soda they drink.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:58 No.6666927
    Oh thank god. /tg/ is the only place I can go if /a/ goes kaput (and has often lately). No other boards interest me.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:58 No.6666928

    take two. let me clear my throat.

    Yeah, killing a boss is pretty significant. It would have to be a beginning of the end kind of thing. The PCs, Carlito and Katie don't get to just take over for Troy. Offing a Boss brings the rest of the Franchises down on them. They'd have to go hide with their only ally left, The Colonel. The Hunt for the killers puts stress on Wendy and The Colonel's relationship. Maybe even the last straw between them as the truth of Dave‘s death finally comes out. In the ensuing chaos the other Bosses decide its time to make their plays for power. Everyone starts dieing. People just showing up dead everywhere like that scene in Goodfellas. Maybe the king swoops in to help/recruit the PCs in his bid for Ron’s seat and kick off the end fight.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:59 No.6666943
    >>No, no smoking. They're in "family restaurants". They'd be insulting the people that sell their own product to the mass market.
    Good call paying attention to the setting.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)20:59 No.6666945

    Make it something small but noticeable e.g. the colour of their ties or the colour of the cup they're drinking from.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:02 No.6666975
    I'd give the stupid player a level who went up to a may/may not be a high-level NPC and asked if they could try the soda they're drinking a level.

    Then, to keep it, they'd have to do the same in a real McDonalds or what have you in front of me.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:02 No.6666979
    I wish

    I wish

    I WISH I was part of this. My god this is badass. Is the last thread archived?
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:03 No.6666990
    I'd just like to point out that not everyone has to have redeeming features. Some people are just fucking crazy-ass pricks.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:04 No.6667001
    Well, if that's so, the color of the soda is a good start. They could make a Knowledge [Soda Products] check to see if they could characterize the soda by appearance alone (since that seems to be a valid and possibly important area of expertise in this setting).

    But also, Coca-Cola men should all have southern accents, since the company's based in Georgia.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:04 No.6667002

    I like this idea, but if the end was coming for the balance between the fast food mafias, wouldn't that be the ideal time for Ronald's vaguely nihilistic, "purge the world of my mistake" rampage to start? More and more and more employees dead on the streets, perhaps a couple of lower ranking bosses found dead with the Golden Arches carved into their chests... If the balance ends, it seems like the obvious catalyst for his eventual breakdown and rampage.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:06 No.6667029
    yes it is
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:09 No.6667053
    Not everybody, but also not everybody needs to be one-sidedly destructive/crazy/bad/etc.

    For mob drama to occur, no more than one or two need to be completely unredeemable. That's not to say you need to explain this to your PCs however. The full knowledge of the setting is of the GM. The PCs are only at "eye-level" of the setting.

    Like in the last thread, who's to say they don't suspect the Chinese, exotic-medicine-loving Panda as a cannibal, instead of Wendy, who PERSONALLY ASKED the PCs to look into such a investigation mission, yet is herself the culprit.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:10 No.6667069
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    Has no-one else ascertained something amiss with the Colonel's eyes?
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:10 No.6667073
    That's GOOD. That is gold, good sir.

    Goddamn. This is becoming less a very flavorful game setting, and more some sort of mob drama I'd actually watch or read. Wow.

    I love you /tg/. Stay fat and gentle forever.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:11 No.6667082
    The subway brothers are actually one guy who is very paranoid /multiple personality disorder. He goes to elaborate measures to make sure that everyone thinks there is only one of him. He figures that if people think there are two of them who hate eachother then he'll be able to play people against eachother and find out who his real enemies are. Imagine going to the fat one with some dirt on the skinny one. he thanks you and rewards you, but then goes about the buisness of making sure that you wind up dead for betraying his 'brother'. Its one of the ways his info is always so 'fresh' he winds up hearing both sides of the story and is able to differentiate the bullshit from the real deal.

    Of course up front they're some of the nicest people you'll meet. Always concerned about peoples health and making sure people try and eat right. He actually doesnt like the other bosses much on account of all the grease and dirty dealings they do. He may have his hands in a number of pockets, but he makes sure he's at least up front about it. If you know where to look you can actually watch him set stuff up right before your eyes without being able to do a damn thing about it.

    Hes also good with custom orders. you want a job done a certain way, he can do it for you no problem.. Thats one thing him, Harvey and the king have in common. They're fine with doing things your way.

    also he has a side racket in body disposal. 30k to make a body disapear no questions asked. 5k per foot long.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:11 No.6667088
    Good idea, but there should also be something more personal that makes the moment of him breaking down more memorable.

    Like for example he`ll at first try to preserve whatever balance there is, even if simply out of routine and habit, but once he learns of birdie`s death at the peak of the conflict,everything suddenly flashes back to him. Fully realizing the mistake he did, ronald finally snaps. Then he REALLY goes nuts and unleashes hell and mustard on the streets.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:12 No.6667098
    I got it from the filename.

    "Wait, this isn't a CG render, wat's the OP thinking; well lets open it up and save it since it's the colone--oh. Code Geass."
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:14 No.6667117
    > i cant spell that stupid dog name thingy
    chi - hua - hua

    sorta simple really
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:14 No.6667128
    I love everything about Ronald's new personality that /tg/ is making, even if I don't want Birdie to die (though I don't see a good reason for her to live :/ ).

    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:15 No.6667133
    >also he has a side racket in body disposal. 30k to make a body disapear no questions asked. 5k per foot long.

    fucking lol
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:16 No.6667143
    It wouldn`t even have to be birdie, it could be grimace dying while trying to defend some of ronalds assets from king`s bid for power.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:17 No.6667152

    Oh yeah there definitely needs to be something personal that causes the break, but the breakdown of the fragile balance would definitely make the break come all the sooner.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:17 No.6667155
    Papa Johns and Little Ceasar are both old itallian mobsters from rival famillies, sent to run the american side of their respective buisnesses. They keep the Pizza racket nailed down and have a tenious alliane with the rest of the fast food mafia, but they waste a lot of resources keeping the Hut gang and the Piazza Piazza duo down. Because of this they arent able to fully leverage a lot of old money that they would otherwise have at their disposal.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:18 No.6667163
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    >>30k to make a body disapear no questions asked. 5k per foot long.

    This is somewhat of a guess, but I'm somewhat sure a normal hit is about 5 to 10 thousand, depending on target. That gets higher and higher if its a full-bounty, but what I'm getting at is 5k a foot for body disposal is absolute robbery.

    The $5 foot long thing needs something else.

    pic unrelated, as I couldn't find a 5 dollar footlong macro I have
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:19 No.6667180
    But I LIKE Grimace. He's cool, even if in this setting he's black.

    His normal character is shaped like a goddamn purple chicken nugget/pear, and that's awesome.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:20 No.6667184

    Well, when one of them gets it, it becomes the perfect time for the Hamburglar to come back from rehab. He tried to get clear, get away from this life, but the death of his friend has drawn him back in. He is an unstable master of stealth consumed by his twin loves of vengeance and hamburgers.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:21 No.6667193
    Hamburgers is a euphemism. Mother fucker just loves fat chicks.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:21 No.6667198
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    Also, would you believe this is a cosplay-JAV whore?
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:21 No.6667200
    At first, he`d be more or less indifferent about it, his apathy still dimming everything. Then, as he sits in his office, suddenly, a realisation flashes through his mind "I killed him, it`s all my fault, this war, everything. There is only one way for it all to end. I`ll do it, I`ll put an end to this." Et voila, maniacal killing spree mode on.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:23 No.6667212

    1) Pizza is, of course, Mafia. What does this make, say, Olive Garden?
    2) Sizzler/Denny's/Ground Round/Red Lobster/other sit-down pseudochains. Y/N?
    3) Foreign fast food. Jollibee, et al-where do they fit in? Crime from those countries?
    4) The Colonel finds out The Queen has been budgie smuggling. (Urban Dictionary it.) What happens?
    5) Carls Jr. and Green Burrito. Where do they fit in?
    6) Likewise Casper's.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:24 No.6667225
    Hamburgler was killed off last thread (to explain more or less why he wasn't included in the OP pic).

    He was a poor kid that Ronald met in his youth. Hamburgler was doing a dine and dash, Ronald hid him in his tree house. They become friends, and Ronald lets him into his circle of friends with Grimace and Birdie.

    Everybody grows up, Ronald leads them all to success, until the Hamburgler starts fumbling in the company, culminating in him trying to embezzle and run because he thinks a lawsuit is going to bring the entire company down.

    Ronald gives a "supersized" order. He has Hamburgler hit.

    That's what sent Ronald over the deep end emotionally in the last thread.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:24 No.6667227
    Imagine Ronald at the head of his destroy my mistake rampage when the The King, with the PCs behind him, kick down his door and with a smug look on his face declare McDonald's reign is over It all belongs to the King now. He'd just start laughing. Laughing and Laughing like the fucking clown he is.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:26 No.6667240
    Dude was killed off last thread. Rather well too. Good flavor fluff.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:26 No.6667245
    It's Hardee's you ignorant West Coast fagots.

    Also, internal Carl's Jr./Hardee's (and Green Burrito/Red Burrito) civil war?
    And everybody's trying to take a piece of their business while their distracted.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:28 No.6667262
    Franchise sit down restaurants should be weapon smugglers or something. Black market dealers? Street gangs?
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:28 No.6667266

    "My reign is over, I'll agree. But I'll make sure no King reigns after me too!" Then he promptly kills The King with his bare hands, before turning on the players.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:28 No.6667267
    This is good stuff leading up to the final battle.

    I like the ending paths i nthe last thread best though. McDonalds can be redeemed, and rebuild with Birdie and Grimace, his fire for life back, the PCs saving the setting. Or they can kill him, and effectively end the setting, however PCs feeling good about having "beaten" the BBEG and being rewarded.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:29 No.6667273
    Has anyone brought Chik-Fil-A into this?
    >> girder 11/11/09(Wed)21:30 No.6667284
    A lot of Filipinos are of Chinese descent, dude.

    >In 2000, the company acquired Chowking, allowing Jollibee to be part of the Asian quick service restaurant segment.[7][8] In 2007, Jollibee acquired the Chinese fast-food chain Hongzhuangyuan.[9]

    Jollibee purchased 70% of Taipei restaurant Lao Dong in June and Chun Shui Tang tea house in 2006. In 2004, Jollibee acquired Chinese fast food chain Yonghe Dawang for $22.5 million. Jollibee entered into a joint-venture contract with US-based Chow Fun Holdings LLC, the developer and owner of Jinja Bar Bistro in New Mexico, in which Jollibee will have a 12% stake for $950,000.[10][11][12]

    >As of March, 2008, JFC has 1,466 stores in the Philippines namely, Jollibee (627), Chowking (377), Greenwich Pizza (236), Red Ribbon Bakeshop (194), Délifrance (28) and Manong Pepe's (4). According to its own web site, it has 23 stores overseas. [3] As of end-September, 2008, JFC has 1,490 local and 228 foreign stores in its portfolio.[4]

    Powerful regional player, but it's still trying to gain a foothold in the international scene.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:30 No.6667287
    Whatever happened to Mayor McCheese other than Family Guy cameos?
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:31 No.6667300
    what about Ihop?
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:31 No.6667303
    Disliked by the Colonel is all that comes to mind.

    Personally, I'd just leave 'em out, or make 'em a bit player.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:32 No.6667308
    No, the King can't really "die" per se at Ronald's hands. He probably runs off and abandons the PCs as the going gets tough. It's part of his personality quirk of pride. He can't totally invest all that he as in trying to defeat Ronald, and while he'll do everything just short of that, unless he can, he never will win. That's why Ronald won over the King, if the PCs can figure that out.

    Then cue PCs vs. Ronald FINAL FIGHT and assorted sub-boss(es, depending on whether Birdie or Grimace is dead).
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:32 No.6667311

    how about 30k for the hit AND body disposal, no questions asked. There wouldn't even be any sign of any foul play; as far as the authorities could tell the target literally disappeared one day. The subway brothers could have a secret, underground catacomb network connecting to the subway system. They just kidnap and entomb the victim in the moldy brick walls. Anyone unfortunate enough to walk in will likely die from mold spore infection, so the secret will never be discovered unless there is an organized effort with full hazard protection.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:33 No.6667325
    In the struggle Ronald tosses the king out a window. Peering out to watch The King fall, He Yells in a jovial tone "RAN RAN RUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU!"

    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:34 No.6667334
    These last batch of posts seem to be DERAILING AGAIN.


    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:35 No.6667348
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    Bringing our other major fast-food project into this.

    Unbeknownst to most, Grimace isn't just a thug-he's quite skilled with computers, and happens to keep Ronald's files quite secure.

    His draconian nature has earned him the name of "Friend Grimace" among those few others allowed into the less-legit side of the McD's networks.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:36 No.6667355
    There you go. That's good (even if hunting someone by how tall they are is weird; though, thinking about it, they need to accurately measure how to stuff someone into a subway tunnel wall, so yeah, that's actually good).
    >> girder 11/11/09(Wed)21:36 No.6667357
    Speaking of which, did the OP ever mention any details about the player characters? Any motivation as to why they'd be taking on the Fast Food Mafia?
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:37 No.6667373
    Some people seem to be preoccupied with making Soda/Family Restaurant/etc. splatbooks and supplements before the Core game is done. Just shrug them off.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:38 No.6667379

    True but it fits Ronald's nihilistic rampage to kill the King at that point in time. Plus, given the amount of effort the King has put in to reach that point, and with the final hurdle being Ronald himself, it would make for a suitable end for the King to be killed, face to face, by the one person he can't defeat. The King may even have been the one to strike 1st, trying to finally kill Ronald and take the number 1 spot, but ends up getting killed himself.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:38 No.6667387
    FBI agents originally, IIRC.

    Alternately, they could be aspiring career criminals seeking out the good life.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:39 No.6667393
    nope, no mention. I figured they'd be starting as low level mooks. Not actually setting out to take down the mafia. Their actions just cause everything to implode.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:39 No.6667396
    I think OP has long since left and stopped caring.

    /tg/ has actually taken this leagues beyond what he was probably imagining. In my mind, the PCs have the choices of either playing a (rather limited) game of inflitrating the Fast Food mafia for the Feds, or to actually eschew the government and fall into being made men by the Franchises.
    >> girder 11/11/09(Wed)21:42 No.6667432
    I see.

    Once the core details are done, is anyone else interested in seeing this thing incorporating the 'multinational corporation' aspect of the franchises. I mean, I know this this is big enough as it is, but it could get bigger still.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:43 No.6667443
    That's good, but it also throws a wrench into the works if the players go for the "True End" of redeeming Ronald amidst the wreckage he wrought in depressed madness. There's no one fit to take THE KING's place as his rival.

    I was THINKING, we could get Whopper and his son Whopper Jr. to do it, but then it just got stupid. The King is the man. Only he can lead his franchise if the players decide to not end the setting.
    >> No Man 11/11/09(Wed)21:45 No.6667478

    Also, deep undercover agents.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:45 No.6667480
    Core first. Don't give people ideas.

    Unfortunately, right now, I don't have too many.

    If anyone remembers the BK Kids, they need to be implemented. Laser-Guided Tykebomb? A team of highly trained mercenaries? Both?
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:46 No.6667485
    /tg/, this thread and the last thread are where wonderful games start.

    Eventually, the end up like GW if they do fly, but goddamn. I can see why games like these start.

    You're beautiful /tg/. I love you.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:48 No.6667506
    They're youngsters not actually in the King's bloodline (of which will fall to his son Whopper and his grandson Whopper Jr, should the King's delusions of a dynasty work out) whom he decided to take in when he was starting out.

    They've been raised into his loyal lieutenants/black-ops henchmen team.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:49 No.6667526
    Grimace in this setting: magical negro + bro + hardcore mobster

    Grimace is rather GAR in this setting.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:50 No.6667543
    >>I know this this is big enough as it is
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:51 No.6667556
    Can someone repost that OP picture from thread 1?
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:52 No.6667567
    Though they are young, they ARE very smart and each excels at one particular area.
    I'd create them if I could remember anyone other than Vid-Kid.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:52 No.6667569
    Not if the last thread still exists. It probably still does.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:52 No.6667578
    Ok, so what do we got so far?
    Ronald and his henchmen
    King(could use a little more detail)
    Colonel(same here)
    Subway bros
    anything else really detailed?
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:53 No.6667588
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    Nothing can kill the Grimace.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:55 No.6667615
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    >> girder 11/11/09(Wed)21:55 No.6667619
    I was referring to the scope of the main setting. One country is a large enough area for all this to take place in.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:58 No.6667643
    The King and the Queen (ironic, isn't it) have lots of good flavor, but it jumps all over the place. They don't seem to have concrete personalities per se; just a lot quirks and side-knowledge.

    The King is quite good. He just needs to be refined to what's important about him.

    The Queen has next to no personality conjecture/ideas however. Just a lot of surrounding relations.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)21:58 No.6667646
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    From Wikipedia:
    The members of the gang were:

    * Kid Vid, a Caucasian male who loves video games and technology (leader of the group);
    * Boomer, a sports loving Caucasian tomboy with red hair;
    * I.Q., male Caucasian nerd who wore red glasses, a green lab coat, and a pocket protector;
    * Jaws, A tall African-American male with an insatiable appetite;
    * J.D., a dog and the group's mascot;
    * Lingo, a multi-lingual, Hispanic male who likes art and carried an easel;
    * Snaps, a blonde Caucasian female who always carries her camera;
    * Wheels, a Caucasian paraplegic male in a wheelchair.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)22:00 No.6667666

    Ahh I see. Yes, The King's death would fit the "Bad End" better. I can see the good end ending with The King helping Ronald to the feet out of the ruins, explaining that he had to do something because he was worried about his rival.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)22:00 No.6667673
    This is rather focused on North America, since that's where the Bosses are (and America is fuckhuge enough). Even if the Franchises are all multi-national, it's the interpersonal jobs that the PCs get from (at first) affiliates of the Franchises, then direct jobs from the Bosses within a relatively small magically-existing Deus Ex neutral HQ territory.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)22:03 No.6667697
    No, that makes less sense.

    It's that the King survives a fall or whatever, and still wants to topple Ronald while, even if he miraculously lives, McDonald's stock is down and weak from Ronald's insanity spree.

    Eternal rivalry for those two.
    >> girder 11/11/09(Wed)22:05 No.6667736
    That's...what I said. Thought earlier I DID mention the possibility of an "international" expansion later on, the North American setting is big enough for /tg/'s purposes right now.
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    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)22:06 No.6667743
    It's not necessarily the Bad End. It's the Good End.

    The players kill Ronald, the King rises to the top of the business. Players get rewarded, but the setting can no longer continue. They beat the BBEG. The King can now consolidate power, since his greatest rival is now gone. Setting ends, as there's no more (believeable) Fast Food wars/conflict.

    The other thing is the TRUE End because while there is no concrete ending, it's that the Fast Food wars continue, even if the PCs are no longer directly a part of it after that (it's after the finale; they're not coming back as the same group of characters, if at all). They effectively "save the world" per se if they let Ronald live and/or redeem him.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)22:06 No.6667747
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    >> girder 11/11/09(Wed)22:08 No.6667761
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    Which reminds me, we need maps of all the mentioned groups' franchises in North America. Pic related.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)22:08 No.6667762
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    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)22:08 No.6667763

    I thought the Queen was repeatedly stated as being actually male, but being incredibly insecure about it? There also seems to be an edge of having been dragged into this whole conflict, whereas she'd prefer to stay on the sidelines: the more she's in the spotlight, the more likely it is that someone will find out that she's actually a man.
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    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)22:12 No.6667804
    New idea for a side-setting a la Pathfinders or what have you.

    CORE Fast Food Mafia. In Japan.

    It throws the PCs for a loop, as there are crazy "foreign" Franchises to deal with (ex. Mos Burger), and the powers that be are instead Japanese (also BATSHIT INSANE) Ronald, and a new Colonel.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)22:12 No.6667810
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    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)22:13 No.6667821
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    Arnold and Wesley need to have a pet Grizzly bear.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)22:15 No.6667839
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    There was the one in the wheelchair-I vote we make his "wheelchair" more like Mr. Ng's from Snow Crash. It's a fucking personnel carrier, and if you see it, you -will- shit bricks. Probably because you're about to die.


    Kid Vid is a master hacker, and responsible for the coding that makes Wheels' APC respond instantly. I.Q. is responsible for the skull-jack, as well as being head of Tactics and R&D for The King.
    Snaps is a master-or would that be mistress?-of the Honey Trap game, one infamous for the fact that -no one- has sampled the goods.
    Lingo is one of the few of the Club seen on a regular basis-he is the usually silent King's interpreter and translator.
    Jaws...saw a few too many James Bond movies. Due to IQ's assistance, he is nigh unstoppable due to large amounts of subdermal armor plating. His teeth still appear normal-much to the surprise of anyone who gets bitten, as they have long since been replaced with high-wear, high-durability ceramics. Despite his insatiable appetite, there's been no confirmation of whether or not he is, in fact, a cannibal.
    J.D. is the first in IQ's line of weaponized pets, and despite his successors-and the primitive, late-90s state of his mods-the genius keeps him around as an affectation, and, perhaps, a reminder of the early days.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)22:17 No.6667856
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    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)22:18 No.6667864
    feels too sci-fi
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)22:18 No.6667869
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    Couldn't find the picture of the female ronald mcDonald cannibal.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)22:18 No.6667872
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    >North America
    >picture of the USA
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    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)22:27 No.6667942
    I'd hit it.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)22:34 No.6667995
    So moe >.<
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)22:42 No.6668031
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    Well, I'm mostly familiar with ShadowRun, so...

    And if we make BK the high-tech contingent, then we have something to play with there. Not to mention that most of this stuff exists in some form IRL-ever hear of ceramic knives?

    Continuing from >>6667839

    Booster is an adrenaline junkie-her nickname comes from her gig before she and her friends were found by the King-a snatch-thief and joyrider. To this day, she -still- is; when the King needs something and fast, he'll send Booster for it. Unfortunately, she's grown bored with the lack of action, as the King is unwilling to waste some of his most valuable operatives on simple smash-and-grab jobs...and even less pleased with the new kid, Jazz.

    A high-level adventure could be getting Booster out of the rest of the Gang...or alternately, quietly "removing" Jazz on her request.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)22:58 No.6668157
    Bumping. And requesting another archive.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)22:59 No.6668174
    Shit, Autosage is upon us!

    But two threads in one day...good stuff.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)23:03 No.6668235
    Disregard; too quick.
    >> girder 11/11/09(Wed)23:04 No.6668251
    Well it's the only one I could find.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)23:05 No.6668267
    Cut that shit out before I come over and bop you.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)23:17 No.6668417
    So what's the King really like? Nobody knows. The guy is all artifice, always smiling, willing to let you have it your way, even that ridiculous nickname he's got. It's all about not revealing his personality.

    Because he really doesn't have one left at this point. He's nothing but ambition and a drive to take down The Don. All the rest are in it for the money and power, sure, but that's not all. The Colonel still thinks of himself as a gentleman, Papa John and Caesar think of themselves as family men, even Ronald wants to protect his legacy of being the genius that changed The Market and make sure his new methods endure into the future.

    The King? He just wants to be number one. If there was anything else it's long gone now. Replaced by dreams of his hands around Ronald's throat. You can deal with the King, you RESPECT the King, but nobody gets close to or understands the King.

    Rumor has it he came up from nothing with a crew. Bunch of kids some say, others a varied crew including a guy called the Duke of Doubt who trusted nobody and kept the King safe. Where are they now? Gone, vanished, like they never existed.

    The King keeps his secrets.
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)23:28 No.6668508
    The Queen on the other hand? Everybody knows about her history. Little Miss Good Time Gal, passed around by everybody. Not that I blame them, she's a real charmer.

    She was there at the beginning, when the Colonel was top dog and Dave was his right-hand man. Before The Don burst out of California like a blitzkrieg, using modern methods to take over territory and revolutionize The Market.

    She used to be big, but hasn't got much left, mostly rural territories the big boys aren't willing to fight over. She could have lost it all many times, but she always wound up close to a protector.

    When her husband got whacked, she went to Dave. Then Dave got whacked (and I for one don't believe the Colonel ordered that hit, Dave tried to warn him) she went to the Colonel. When the Colonel was beat she tried to go to Ronald, but The Don wasn't interested. He also didn't want a war to the death and let the other operations exist under him.

    At one time or another she's approached anyone who might help preserve her crumbling empire. Rumor has it that now she's buttering up The King now that The Don is starting to act erratic. But she's not the beauty she once was and The Market is starting to get tighter. She'll do anything to keep her operations afloat, but she's running out of favors to trade with. Maybe it's time for one big roll of the dice and end it all instead of this constant dancing?
    >> Anonymous 11/11/09(Wed)23:55 No.6668769
    this second thread archived? this is some good shit.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)00:02 No.6668853
    I like this, but it needs to inorporate that shes actually a dude.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)00:20 No.6668982
    I know /tg/ loves the cock, but it just seems silly. A transvestite mafia boss?

    You can keep it of course, or just have that be one of the stories floating about The Queen. Some people say she's a guy, others that she's a hermaphrodite like Jamie Lee Curtis, others that nobody knows because she kills everyone she sleeps with. That's why Ronald knew not to get involved.

    Most of the gunsels trading rumors have never met the woman and likely never will. There are a lot of stories, (ranging from the plausible to the absurd) surrounding her though as she has been in the game a long time.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)00:26 No.6669051
    She likes to keep the rumors floating around, but makes sure they don't interfere with buisness. The less her opponents know what to make of her the better.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)00:27 No.6669061
    So the YUM! brands (Kentucky Pizza Bell) are addressed.
    Jack's in, the McCrew's done, the Queen and King are in place, and we have the Panda Express folks.
    This leads to a pivotal question, given Wendy's newest acquisition...
    Where's the Red Hat come into play?

    I'm thinkin' Arby's, and I'm thinking that he's Wendy's 'go to' man for when bad things have to happen to people. Can disguise himself like you wouldn't believe, to the point of SPAH levels...but right after the mortal wound is delivered, and the target realizes their time is at an end...the hat is put on. And whatever snarky little 'send off' quip is given, it's made clear. "When you reach the Pearly Gates, right before they pull the lever on your ass and drop you where you belong, remember this; when you try to recall how you got to your final reward; you had a beef with my woman, and I had a beef with you."
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)00:28 No.6669076
    I knew /tg/ was full of fatasses, but personifying/fetishizing fast food franchises?

    For fuck sake.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)00:34 No.6669145
    I'm thinking he heads a group of street thugs known as the red hat gang in his off time. He himself is somewhat there with the big boys, but he never forgets his working class roots and manages to covertly fund a number of street gangs known for their distinctive graffiti. Any billboard, sign or poster is fair gain to have the red hat painted over it - a sign that your on the red hats' turf now, boy.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)00:36 No.6669167
    Hello, /tg/.

    I am the OP from the original Fast Food mafia thread. What's been going on, and does anybody have a link to the last thread/archive? I had to leave after it got to around 100 posts.

    Currently reading through what this thread has.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)00:38 No.6669187
    thread 1 - http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/6656019/
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)00:42 No.6669225
    Troy (Sonic) is just a schmuck. Not everyone in a mob story is going to be a Michael Coreleone. Most of them are going to be Sonny or Fredo. Troy is one of them.

    Oh he has a territory and it runs well enough, but even the Subway Brothers get more respect than him. He's a two-bit operator, barely above Carlito in the pecking order.

    That doesn't sit well with Katie. (Is Katie his wife lieutenant or both?) She's the one always stirring shit up, trying to promote the business now matter how many risks she has to take. Some people say she's just crazy, others that she's trying to get Troy killed so she can take his place. She thinks she has what it takes to be a major player, but her and Troy are nothing more than chop meat to be used of and thrown away by people higher up the food chain.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)00:46 No.6669260
    Not nearly enough info on ol' jack. whats his deal? Wheree does he fit into the politics of all this?
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)00:48 No.6669273
    Oh, and I just realized "Baby Face" Bob isn't Quiznos. He's Bob's Big...Boss. Don't call him Big Boy. He hates that.

    Sure he was just a kid when he rose to the top, and he still has a baby face, but he's an old man now. A man who spent most of his life in a Federal Prison.

    Bob got busted decades back and did hard time. Some people say he got sloppy, others that he was set up by Ronald or The King. But he's out now and he's taken over the scraps of his former organization. He's not much of a player anymore, but it would be foolish to ignore him. Rumor has it he's looking for revenge against one of the other players, and may just have the moxie to pull it off.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)00:53 No.6669315
    FFM (T1) OP here.

    All I can say is... Well, I don't really know what to say. A neat idea that I had to ease my players into d20 Modern, and it has become a full-blown /tg/ project. I must say, I am moved by the rapid popularity this has gained, and I am pleased that my little thread has spawned this level of epicness.

    However, therein lies the problem. Unfortunately, I have built many pre-conceptions about what the world I've been building will be like, and some things from the threads simply have no place in that world (a notable example being the people who keep insisting that D.Q. is Male). As such, while I give these threads my blessing and I will actively monitor them, as they are a good read, a lot of the stuff here really isn't my style.

    tl;dr: Thanks for the help and the interest, /tg/ but I'm too close-minded about the campaign I built to implement some of the cool and/or not so cool stuff I've been seeing. Keep up the good work, but due to creative differences, I'll be heading in my own direction with this campaign setting!
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)00:57 No.6669345
    He's a fuckin psycho. He gets shit done, but he's to unpredictable for the others to be comfortable working with him. He is kind of around the edges, he makes way to much for the others to get rid of him but nobody really trusts the guy.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)00:59 No.6669383
    I wonder, how do the cops fit in to all of this? How far up can they be bought out? Who controls what? Who's got ties where?

    And what about the Punisher (why not?)? Man, fast food, the Punisher, mafia...
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)01:05 No.6669448
    Don't let people tell you it was the head injury from that botched assassination that made Jack into a psycho. There was a reason somebody tried to supersize him.

    Of course now that he's wearing those freaky bandages all the time he's even creepier. But he gets the job done.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)01:11 No.6669524
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    These threads have been good and you should feel good, OP.

    Have an early christmas present.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)01:11 No.6669530
    Okay, just wanted to say this, since I'm an employee there:

    KFC, Long John Silver's, Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, and A&W are ONE COMPANY. Yum Brands. You've hit on the fact with Carlito respecting the Colonel, but there needs to be a deeper connection there.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)01:12 No.6669539
    I'm having a hard time seeing DQ as being anything other than tranny/male. I mean, it's just too perfect.

    Note the large shoulders. They just don't look right.

    Chest - Kind of broad and flat. Looks like a cross dresser, almost.

    Facial bone structure - Effeminate, but the cheek bones and chin are just a bit wide. Nose too.

    DQ - Dairy Queen? Or Drag Queen?

    That silly fucking feather - It's a distraction.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)01:15 No.6669564
    It's been touched upon, but outside of Carlito (who was in the original pic) they have been fluffed as pissant local crews. The Colonel is still friendly with them, but they are unlikely to play any role in the Fall of Ronald.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)01:18 No.6669590
    You never know, man. It's easy to get ambushed if you're not looking down...
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)01:27 No.6669678
    Yeah, man. I've been around a while. Worked for almost every crew worth mentioning. Stayed low on the chains, washed out when it was convenient.

    I started out working for Silver. He's a weird one, but man, I wish I was back in his crew nowadays. At least things were pretty quiet, and the guy was fair. If you fucked with him, you were a dead man, but mistakes? He could live with mistakes. As long as it wasn't major, he'd just slip you somewhere you couldn't make one again.

    Caesar, now there's a guy. Only real Sicilian in the biz, and he won't let you forget it. Yeah, the restaurants have gotten a lot lower-rent recently, but they're still surviving - and once he bumps off that douchebag John, you know they'll bounce back.

    And don't think he won't do it. John is one thing: ARROGANT. Bastard won't know what hit him when it finally does. `Course, I have a feeling that it'll be when he starts branching out to Papa John's Burgers that it happens. There's only so many people you can get mad atcha before you're a giant target.

    The Colonel... now there's a guy. Really cares about his food, which is a rarity. One time he heard that there was a restaurant of his that was underperforming - too many botched orders, underdone chicken - he flew out, took over the place for the weekend, and personally cooked free chicken for anyone that wanted it. Now granted, it all had the Special Ingredient in it, so it was more about getting more poor saps hooked, but still... the guy's got some pride. Not arrogance, but the real stuff.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)01:30 No.6669708
    I suggested that LJS is the Colonel's son, due to their franchises sharing buildings.

    Hmmm...why not make them all kids or relatives of The Colonel? Being an enterprising sort (and all too aware of mortality) he had a few kids, and adopted others that seemed promising.

    Possible post-Don Ron adventure: time has taken its toll, and the Colonel is on his last legs. Try and get IQ to stabilize him? Help one of his allies off him? Or try, in his last few years, to get on his good side?
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)01:31 No.6669722
    The level of wheels within wheels and just as planned between the relationships of these fast-food personalities is simply staggering. If I weren't sure this was about fast food, i'd say y'all were re-inventing A Game of Thrones.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)01:33 No.6669748
    Wendy is a scary little bitch, but I like her for one simple reason: she's got her priorities straight. When I was running with her crew, I had one duty. Monitor the neighborhoods. As soon as a blip came up on the Megan's Law sites, or I even heard rumors about something, I had to report to her. You just did not fuck around with kids on her turf. Ever. Damn satisfying work, I gotta say.

    The King... the less I say about him, the better. Mostly because he's all flash. I really can't know what there is beneath the surface, too many fronts. Hell, there might not be anything. Just a hollow mask, you know? The work was pretty generic, I never really got my hands on too much. I will say that he at least seemed to get that the customer is always right - except when he's not.

    Panda... I liked her crew. All honor and tradition, mingled with energy and innovation. Typical chink logic, I guess. Yeah, chink. They threw that word around like wannabe gangstas with 'nigger', except they did it with a sense of irony about it. I spent most of my time there as a driver. Pretty dull, really, but nice rides.

    I managed a week working for Baby Face. Let me put it this way: Secret Ingredient or not, I'll still eat at most places I've worked. Not at his place. Not ever. The recipes may be 1950's vintage, but so is the health code.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)01:42 No.6669858
    Carlito's boys are just damn fun. Most of them are family men that like their work a little wild, so I can empathize, y'know? And despite being a foul-mouthed little cuss with a Napoleonic complex, he's got the strong Hispanic sense of community going. Once you're one of Carlito's people, you're set for life, man. We parted on friendly terms, which is good - especially since he didn't know that I was going to work for the Don.

    And that was one freakish month. Worked me ragged, right to the bone, and the glimpse I got into his organization... it's huge. There are governments that are less complicated than Ronnyboy's web. And Ron? One scary-ass motherfucker. One day he pulled us all out onto the warehouse floor, and singled out one guy. Said that he had been passing info to the King. Then he walked over, grabbed him by the hair, and shoved his head into a fryer. Keep in mind, Ron's hand was in the boiling oil WITH THE GUY. And he didn't even flinch, just held him there until the guy stopped twitching, pulled him out, and dunked his hand in the sanitizer bucket.

    That's when I bailed - a week later, anyway. Made it clear that I was too dumb to do the work I was given, and moved on to the Queen's territory. She... yeah, I know she used to be a guy, so what? So was my Aunt Gert, and I still had the decency not to mention it. Yeesh. Anyway, she's classy. Old Mafia style, and her establishments are much the same. You know they still give free cones to any dogs that come up in the summer? That's class, straight up.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)01:46 No.6669886
    Now, right now I've been transferred out, a sort of a trade to Jack's crew. Why, I don't know. I think they got wind of my old activities back when I was working for Wendy. Hey, can I help it if I get enthusiastic when you give me a cleaver and stick me in the same room with a tied up pedo-freak? You get my point here! But anyway, he's a creepy mother, less in the way that Ron is, and more like Jason Motherfucking Voorhes. The head... I just don't get the head. But I guess it's not my place to. I'm just another thug, another hired arm in the Franchise Wars.

    And you know what? I couldn't care less who ends up on top when it's all over. Because no matter what, I'm going to survive. Savvy?
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)01:53 No.6669960
    Yeah, Wendy has a rep as a icy bitch. You follow her rules or you are gone. Probably due to her fucked up childhood. You never talk about the Colonel. You never act rude to a civilian in public. You take care of the neighborhoods you run. Hell one time she came out to our crew and told us to clean up the streets. No shit, a dozen stone-cold killers walking around the 'hood picking up trash. I'll tell you the place stayed spotless after that though. Plus that always watching out for kids thing of hers.

    But she's also a pro. One of the rules she kept drumming in was always never carry a dirty piece. You get a pat down? Dump it. You flash it to get some leverage? Dump it? You pull the trigger? Dump it. Never carry a weapon anybody knows about and ballistics can't do squat. As she used to say "Always fresh!"
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)02:09 No.6670163
    this made me laugh and laugh
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)02:13 No.6670211
    Nicely done.

    For extra win, read in a Brooklyn accent. Older than The Scout, though, mind.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)02:18 No.6670276
    I don't know why, but that's the accent I read it in. It just fits.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)02:32 No.6670431

    Scout's from Boston, sonny.
    >> Gnollbard !aDIap4MeRg 11/12/09(Thu)02:34 No.6670457
    Yeah, but his accent's Brooklyn.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)02:35 No.6670466

    >grabbed him by the hair, and shoved his head into a fryer
    >Ron's hand was in the boiling oil WITH THE GUY

    Fucking awesome.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)02:44 No.6670544
    He wasn't sure how long he'd been in the darkness. All he knew was that he had a hell of a headache. There was a click as someone flipped the light switch and he would've jumped if he hadn't been strapped to a chair. The bulb buzzed and flickered, casting ghostly shadows and yellow flashes on the bulbous white orb by the door.

    "You've been talking to Gwendolyn," it said simply.
    "No, no, Jack, I ain't never..."
    "She can't know how I make my shakes, Allen."
    "Jack, god, I swear I wouldn't dream of..."
    "I use real ice cream in them, Allen. Can you imagine what my ice cream would do for her Frosties?"
    "Please, Jack, please, I just wanna go home..."
    There was a thud. He screamed and looked at his hands, cuffed to the table, and the cleaver that had just sliced off his thumb.
    "You don't get to go home, Allen. You get to stay here with me for awhile."
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)02:47 No.6670591

    The fact that Queen is a crossdresser or post-op is a closely guarded secret. A common street thug wouldn't know.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)02:58 No.6670708
    Has this been archived?
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)03:04 No.6670764
    Doesn't matter if it's true or not. Rumors circulate. Some people say that Jack is dead. He got supersized a few years back and he didn't miraculously survive.

    That thing wearing those bandages? That's not Jack man. I don't know who or what is under the gauze, but it ain't the same guy he was before. I don't know if it's even human.

    That's the sort of rumor that spreads regardless of whether anyone would know or if it is true. Same with the Queen. Or The Don. Sure he wears warpaint when he's out on a job, that's his trademark. But you expect me to believe he wears it all the time now? That's just crazy.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)03:58 No.6671364
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    I think Quiznos needs to jump in on this to give the Subway Boys something to worry about. Like a small-scale turf war amongst the bigger one going on.

    Unfortunately, the only thing I can think of for their leader is along the lines of Jigsaw from the Punisher, only instead of flaunting his mangled face (perhaps the aftermath of a botched hit involving an oven), he wears an iron mask.

    Pic related
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)04:06 No.6671469

    The problem with DQ and Quiznos is that they don't have enough mythology to exploit. Ditto In'n'Out.

    The King has the Kids, Ron has a TON of mythology; hell, Little Caesar and company.

    But the rest...don't.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)04:09 No.6671501

    Have to read that in Jack's voice from the TV ads. Nightmare fuel.

    Also lots of interesting variations on slang. Some suggestions: "He got supersized" "Keep it fresh" "Fries with that?" etc.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)04:40 No.6671784

    Well, I'm mostly playing on the whole "Oven Toasted" thing they push. That and the fact that their only real "mascot" is that talking oven, which makes some sense in making the man have some sort of metallic visage.

    All in all, since there isn't a lot of mythology to play on, it can be easy to say that the oven incident happened while Mr. Q was still working a foothold into the bigger picture and the Subway Boys, wanting to stamp out other sub competition, tried to take him out before he had a chance to get big.

    Thus now in the setting, he's come back with an axe to grind and vengeance in his eyes. Not too concerned with the bigger going ons in relation to Ron and the others, he's out with the sole purpose of toppling the Subway Boys. With hopes of a shoddy alliance with small-timer Dan Domino (lolsubs), he'll slash and burn Subway to the ground.

    Mmm Mmm... Toasty.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)04:46 No.6671852
    Huh. An entire thread of good to excellent fluff, with little to no faggotry.

    Well done, /tg/.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)05:14 No.6672058

    From what I heard, Mr. Q was relatively normal when he was just starting out. He didn't have any extreme goals or grand schemes, he just wanted to carve out a little piece to call his own. The Subway Boys didn't like this sub-newcomer inching onto their turf, so they ordered a hit on him. It failed, though the aftermath left his face horribly burned. In turn he kicked the door open and latched onto his attacker and strangled him. Disposed of the body with the oven. This was a major setback, but a blessing in disguise. The pain of his injuries drove him to take massive measures in land gains, and made a somewhat shoddy alliance with now small-timer Dan Domino. Unlike most others, he prefers to do major dirty work himself. One time he showed up at a local Subway on a cold winter night. His face obscured by a scarf. When asked what he wanted on his sub, he simply said "Make me a sandwich you wish someone would order." He seemed like a normal customer...up until he got to the register. When told his total, he let out a ferocious, almost bestial roar as he leapt over the counter and grabbed the cashier by the neck, snapping it with almost effortless twists of his wrists. The other workers, unable to escape quickly enough due to the glass walls surrounding the areas where subs were constructed, were all killed with the man's bare hands in seconds.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)05:14 No.6672063
    Another man, just a common thug working for the Subway Boys, came out in reaction to the commotion. The savage turned to face him, the scarf falling from his face to reveal a grim, yet emotionless iron visage. The thug pulled his gun and shot him. This only caused the masked man to let out another roar as he charged the thug, who could only empty half of his clip into the man before meeting his demise. The last thing the thug probably saw was the keys of a cash register before the masked man slammed his head into it, crushing it in the process. His rampage followed into the back room. The startled thugs in the back didn't even have time to react before they were brutally beaten and/or maimed. Obviously, the Subway Boys weren't even there, which caused the guy to fly into another rage as he began smashing crates and twisting metal shelves like it was second nature. He suddenly left for a moment, only to return, following the trail of blood he left, with a can of gasoline in each hand pouring a stream as he walked. He slammed his foot against the back door, which caused it to tear clean off it's hinges, before he set the gas cans down and turned to face the building one last time. He dug into his pocket and produced a book of matches. He lit one and tossed it onto the gasoline. The fire took off like a bat out of hell and suddenly the whole place was up ablaze. Only thing he said as he admired his handiwork was "Mmm Mmm...Toasty."

    How do I know all of this? I was lucky enough to be outside having a smoke when he showed up.

    (o hai I just upgraded ur fluff)
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)06:34 No.6672636
    >Make the sandwich you wish someone would order.

    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)06:51 No.6672719

    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)07:35 No.6672994
    This is delicious /tg/

    I also like the idea of Queen being a man and it being a closely guarded secret. A lot of interesting RP and missions could arise from that.

    But I need something cleared up.

    Are the subway boys hitmen or fulltime mob guys?
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)12:14 No.6674862
    Full time mob boys. They run an information racket and that makes them powerful.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)16:09 No.6676770
    Is that so~
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)16:12 No.6676797
    So what about the French fast food chain Quick? It has terrible food and Burger king can't even go to countries with Quick or they get sood.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)16:15 No.6676837
    >So what about the French fast food chain Quick?
    >the French fast food chain Quick
    >the French
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)18:15 No.6677939
    Seems we're running low on ideas.

    Anyone else got any more?
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)18:36 No.6678141

    Dunno how I feel about that...too many masked psychos and this whole thing starts to feel like Gotham City: Fast Food Edition.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)19:34 No.6678638

    Here's the deviantart page. The artist has notes, and implies that DQ is a trap.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)22:01 No.6680138

    I wasn't going for psycho when it comes to Mr. Q. He's more or less hopped up on PCP and vengeance whenever he goes out to do his major dirty work.

    So essentially, it comes out being a masked arsonist on PCP.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)22:04 No.6680165
    Well fuck, lets get batman in here then. Who are the 'good guys' of this setting?
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)22:19 No.6680343

    I imagine the "good guys" could be anyone. Though if a game were run in this setting, I'd be too tempted to play as a Luchador who used to work with Carlito. Though they parted on friendly terms, he has no qualms in doing the occasional favor.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)22:25 No.6680417
    No Arby's? A Redneck Mafia would be awesome.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)22:30 No.6680468
    The 'good guys' are the health nuts. They're trying to bring down the fast food mafia and end the orruption it represents. They um... they arent doing a very good job of it... but they've been making ground in recent years.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)22:47 No.6680690
    maybe the sit down restaurants? Applebees, Chilis, TGIFridays, etc?
    >> Anonymous 11/12/09(Thu)22:51 No.6680745
    Who says there have to be good guys?

    I figure that there aren't any truly "good" sides; the best you can do is choose a lesser evil (like working for the Colonel instead of Don Ron). According to the first thread's OP the setting is Grimpunk Cyberdark, so that doesn't seem too far fetched.
    >> Anonymous 11/13/09(Fri)00:03 No.6681628
    There are no good guys. It's a mob setting. You either play a mobster trying to work your way up and stay alive, ala the Sopranos, or you play a deep-cover agent trying to work your way up and stay alive, ala Donnie Brasco.

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