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    65 KB Rogue Trader Quest part 10 Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/12/10(Fri)16:53 No.12773523  
    Previous Thread: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/12743608/

    Beyond the bounds of Imperial space, the only law is the word of Rogue Traders such as Dolemite Dead- wait what’s going on? You aren’t Dolemite Deadlift, Rogue Trader of the Imperium. No, you are an acolyte of the Inquisition, Ordos Hereticus.

    Currently, you’re waiting in at your cell’s safe house on guard, waiting for the rest of the cell to return. An old, moldy motel that no one would think to bother bugging, it’s just what you need to stay on the down low for the duration of the mission. Holes in the walls, unidentified stains in the remains of the carpet, wall paper falling off the wall, and best of all, there’s…. something growing in the fridge that no one has been brave enough to try to eat. At least you get a torn up couch to sleep on. Oh, and there’s the fact you have so many goddamn guns that the things literally lines the walls.

    Struggling to wake from that wonderful dream about anywhere but here, you roll off the couch and fall onto the floor. Definitely not your most graceful, no? Slowly but surely you manage to stumble to your feet and make your way to the bathroom, where you promptly find the water in the sink to spew some rust colored filth. Oh man, you just love how you’re job takes you to new and exciting places, don’t you? Disgusted, you rub your eyes in a near futile attempt to wake up and find yourself looking in the mirror. Isn’t it a wonderful day to be…

    >What’s your name?
    >> Anonymous 11/12/10(Fri)16:56 No.12773553
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/12/10(Fri)17:03 No.12773602
    Bob. Right. Damn, you knew you shouldn’t have picked your codename while you were hung over. ‘I mean, what kind of idiot names themselves Bob in the right state of mind?’ you mentally ask yourself. Thinking about the subject, you should have picked something cool, like Ghost, or Scarecrow. Really, what’s the point of being a part of some scary, super-secret organization if you don’t get an awesome code name? Still, it has its uses. At the very least, you can blend into the crowd, and who suspects a guy named Bob of being capable bringing down an evil cult?

    Finishing up your morning routine, you walk back to the couch, when you hear the secret knock and code word for entrance coming from the front door. But it’s a little early for the team to be back already…

    >what do you do?
    >> Anonymous 11/12/10(Fri)17:12 No.12773693
    Grab an auto stubber, and answer the door with bullets. Cell mates would have phoned ahead if they were back early.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/10(Fri)17:20 No.12773805
    Answer the door, but not with bullets. Do have a weapon ready though.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/10(Fri)17:25 No.12773887
    Also, take a second to remember the events that lead you to this crappy hotel and what your mission is.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/12/10(Fri)17:27 No.12773908
    You grab the nearest gun you can find, a hellpistol. Damn, as shitty as your lodging is, your boss sure does know how to arm you. Silently, you make your way to the door, and look through the peephole. On the otherside you see three figures, each covered in plain, drab clothing while the one in the middle has a hood over his head. They seem to be hiding in the dark, obscuring your ability to see them. For a moment, you’re unsure if they’re your team, until you see Jack’s tell tale bright orange beard. You’re relieved, because no one else on this damn planet would even think of braiding their beard.

    You open the door just a crack and ask for the password, when Jack says, “Open the damn door boy, we’re ain’t got all day. We have shit to do today.”

    >What do you do?
    >> Anonymous 11/12/10(Fri)17:29 No.12773944

    "Password or I open fire"
    >> Wolesz 11/12/10(Fri)17:31 No.12773975
    If Jack's our equal:
    "Well what the hell, Jack? Have some manners and stick to the protocol."
    If not:
    "Course m'lord, but why such a hurry?" and open cautiously, with the hellpistol readied.
    >> Wolesz 11/12/10(Fri)17:33 No.12773993
    Change the second option to pretending we're struggling with the lock instead of opening.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/10(Fri)17:33 No.12774005
    >"Open the damn door boy,

    Just how old are we? Were they wearing the robes when they left earlier? What are the ranks here, and should he be talking to us like that?

    Ask for that password.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/12/10(Fri)17:42 No.12774121
    Jack is visibly flustered, saying, “Damn it, boy the password’s defenestrate. Like what I’m going to do if you don’t let me us in. I swear, you keep this up and I won’t take you get you anymore of Eire Fire to drink.”

    With the password and the threat of alcohol withdrawl floating above your head, you allow the trio to enter. Jack bulrushes his way in, shoving the door open and you along with it, while the other two follow him inside. Picking yourself up off the floor, the hooded one walks past you and offers a soft apology for Jack’s behavior.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/12/10(Fri)17:43 No.12774135
    Once inside where the threat of identification is gone, the three get out of their disguises. Jack, the loud and boisterous man he is, throws his disguise to the wall, thankful to be in his kilt and regular shirt once more. After berating you for leaving them out on the door step once more, he walks into the kitchen to grab a drink. The other unhooded figure sits down on the couch, and carefully begins to remove her wig and make up to reveal herself as Katherine, a lithe black haired bomb shell who continuously threatens to cut your throat in your sleep whenever you try to hit on her.

    Last but not least in Lily, who removes her hood to reveal her stark white hair in a bob haircut. Ever shy, she moves into the girl’s joint room to remove her disguise.

    >What do you do?
    >> Anonymous 11/12/10(Fri)17:48 No.12774213
    Well without knowing what the mission is or what the others were off doing, our lines of questioning and suggesting actions is somewhat limited.

    A little help with info here?
    >> Wolesz 11/12/10(Fri)17:49 No.12774232
    Guess we need some information on Bob and his team: Where are they, what's the mission, what's the specialization of each team member(Bob included). I assume Bob's gotta know at least SOME of this.

    Anyways, ask them where they were and how did it go. And get yourself a beer.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/12/10(Fri)18:10 No.12774434

    You walk into the kitchen to grab something to drink too, only to find Jack took the last Eire Fire, leaving you with a fifth of rotgut. Eh, better than nothing. Grabbing a shot glass, you take a hit, and wander back to the couch, wondering how you ended up in this shit hole.

    Guess it has something to do you not being a very smart man. Clearly, you have made some bad decisions in life. Admittedly, not all of them were yours. Honestly, you would have preferred not to been an orphan and sent off to the Schola Progenium. Gotta play the cards you were dealt, you guess. No, your decisions really went south while you were there. Top scores at fencing, marksmanship, and small team tactics earned you a place as a storm trooper. Low scores in just about anything else made damn sure you we’re going any higher. Armed with the knowledge that you wouldn’t rise above, and the how to get away with shit turned you into a man black ops team of a teenager, hellbent on having fun. After almost getting thrown out (i.e. executed) for sneaking into the Sister’s dorm after hours, you drew the attention of a visiting Inquisitor. In hindsight, the worst mistake you’ve ever made.

    It’s been five years since then, and you’ve made a life out of doing shit people don’t need to know about. Assisinations, Intrigue, Drugs, Psykers, Xeno and Deamon cults, you’ve dealt with it all. The Fall of the Obsidian Empire? You pulled the trigger. The Burning Pyre of the newly renamed Hive Repentance? You light the match. That messy affair with the Tau back on Gammalon 5? You didn’t have shit to do with it, but you did put chunky end to the rebellion on Gammalon 6.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/12/10(Fri)18:11 No.12774437
    What are you doing here? Apparently some minor official in the tech cult has been sabotaging the sewers here, which could end badly for the city above if the underground explodes from the backed up pressure. You’ve got to find him, find out why he’s doing this, and find the pipe and fix it.


    >What do you do?
    >> Anonymous 11/12/10(Fri)18:14 No.12774464
    take another shot and see what the team was up to
    >> Wolesz 11/12/10(Fri)18:17 No.12774482
    "So, why so early home? Got anything?"
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/12/10(Fri)18:33 No.12774624

    You take another shot of rotgut, and ask the team how they fared. Jack, ever the elegant one, answers you with a belch. The two of you share a small laugh, while Katherine mutters something derogatory about your gender. Removing the last fake eyelash, your sharp-witted compatriot moves her raven haired head in your direction, and says, “We went down to the slums where our contact was going to meet us. After a bribe, she divulged that some short little whiskered men had been seen in the underground lately, apparently going off towards the pipe. Thanking her for her time, we went to meet up with Mark’s part of the cell, and exchange information. Apparently, they had heard similar things.”

    “Once more, they had apparently found some shocking news. An alchemical plant had been raided the night before. Apparently those robbed freight transports you had found out about were from the same company. They stolen material seems to add up to make a bomb. Nero and Lily figure that they’re done waiting for pressure and are trying to speed up the explosion date. Jack decided to look into this personally, and went down underground to look into this. He says he flashed his badge and got the suspect to cooperate. Given that he came back with the suspect in a burlap sack unconscious, I doubt this was the truth, though given that it’s Jack, he could have done that even if the guy was cooperating. Long story short, we have the suspect unconscious tied to a chair back at the warehouse,” she explains with a not so inconsiderate amount of passive aggressive spite being thrown at Jack.

    Jack, for his part, doesn’t seem to notice. Turning her attention back to you, she inquires with a barb, “So, how was house sitting?”
    >> Wolesz 11/12/10(Fri)18:48 No.12774773
    "Friggin' awesome. No, really. Did you come here for a drink and a makeover, or am I supposed to beat the crap out of someone properly?"
    >> Anonymous 11/12/10(Fri)19:20 No.12775145
    "As exciting as could be expected."

    So hey Bob, your team doesn't happen to have a psyker, does it?

    Also, calling that we are playing the Seneschal's background.
    >> back Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/12/10(Fri)20:06 No.12775727
    “Yeah, yeah. Well, after we get changed we’re going down to the warehouse to interrogate the son of a bitch. I haven’t worked with you before, but Jack and Lily say you can be one cruel asshole when you need to be. So, you wanna be good arbiter or bad arbite?” Katherine responds.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/10(Fri)22:53 No.12777661

    >bad arbite

    A drunk space FBI agent. Just what I've always wanted to be.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/10(Fri)23:03 No.12777780
    yeah its time to crack some heads let do bad arbite
    >> Anonymous 11/12/10(Fri)23:04 No.12777806
    No, we're playing our background. We were in an inquisitorial acolyte cell, remember? That's how we got cheated out of planetary governorship.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/12/10(Fri)23:17 No.12777981
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/12/10(Fri)23:26 No.12778094
    Katherine smirks at you’re statement, “Figures.” You switch into your full gear which includes, but is not limited to carapace armor, Krak and frag grenades, a built in hud, grapnel gun, hell gun, hell pistol, and a mono-molecular edge knife. Ah, the perks of duty. Throwing a cloak over the top of it, you prepare to exit when Lily exits her room.

    “Lily, as radiant as ever,” you note as she exits. It’s true, too. While Katherine is has a sexy, dangerous feel, Lily has a touch of youth and innocence. Dressed in her miniature power armor, and a hand flamer at her side, you’re surprised to see her wait supported by this shit hole’s floors. Best not to think about it really. Cerulean eyes gaze at you, and her pale skin blushes as she says quietly, “…Thanks.”
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/12/10(Fri)23:40 No.12778292
    Katherine, Lily, and you exit the room, leaving Jack behind to watch the safe house. An hour later, after several winding turns, back alleys, and underground segments, you have arrived at the warehouse. Sneaking inside, the three of you walk in the darkness towards the captives cell. Well, more like ten be ten concrete room where he’s been stashed. Taking a look inside from a security camera, you spy him tied to a wooden chair, with a burlap sack secured over his head.

    “Well, he’s secured,” you say to yourself. In fact, he’s still unconscious.

    “So, you want to go first,” Katherine asks.
    >> Anonymous 11/12/10(Fri)23:43 No.12778339

    Walk over and wake him up with a smack across the head. Don't take the bag off yet, the disorientation and sensory deprivation will make things worse for him.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/12/10(Fri)23:55 No.12778483
    You nod affirmative, and enter the room silently. Shutting the door quietly, you move about the room without making a sound. He seems to be still out, but you know the answer to that. With a quick smack you knock him and his chair onto the floor. He lands on the floor with a resounding whack, and slamming his head to the ground. His scream alert you to his regaining consciousness.

    >What next?
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)00:01 No.12778538
    shoot him in the foot. It'll cauterize
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)00:03 No.12778556
    Moving too fast. The next step is a rough greeting and a declaration of "how it's gonna be". Save the shooting in the foot for his first sign of defiance.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/13/10(Sat)00:30 No.12778852
    “You put on your dangerous voice, and declare to him, “Listen up. We’re going to do this one way, and one way only. I’m going to ask questions, and you’re going to answer them. If you don’t, I start hurting you. The less you answer, the more I hurt you. You understand?”

    You only response is a femine, “…please *cough*… let me go.”
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)00:31 No.12778859
    Well, we warned her.
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)00:33 No.12778873

    Drag them back onto the chair and slap them hard in the stomach. "Your choices were Yes or No. I don't recommend no. Understood?"
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/13/10(Sat)00:40 No.12778924

    He is a she? Meh, a job’s a job. You set the chair back up, and punch her in the stomach, saying, “Your choices were Yes or No. I don't recommend no. Understood?"

    You only response is a wimper.

    >What do you do?
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)00:42 No.12778936
    Lets start asking questions. Probably should figure out what they want to bomb.
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)00:43 No.12778944
    "What was that?" Short pause. "We'll default to 'no' and go from there, then. I've always supported the school of thought that said understanding was improved by beating the correct answers in."
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/13/10(Sat)00:44 No.12778955
    You grab her by the neck, pulling her hidden face towards yours and saying, “We know about the raids. What are you planning!?”

    >Roll a 1d100
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)00:45 No.12778961
    rolled 70 = 70

    /tg/ dice? In my quest? It's more likely than you think.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/13/10(Sat)00:48 No.12778978
    She struggles to breathe, and coughs up on the burlap sack from inside it. “P-please, I, I don’t know any *gasp* anything.”

    Not working.
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)00:50 No.12779004
    Take a glance at Katherine, since if we're playing bad cop I'd have expected the good cop to come in by now, then shrug and continue if she's not helping out, I guess. "That is a damned shame for you." Break a pinky. "Does that provide any inspiration?"
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)00:50 No.12779005
    Well then, if that's the case then she's not much use to us, is she?

    I think it's our civil duty to inform her of that fact.
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)00:55 No.12779042
    We should probably inform her that we have a flamer at our disposal, be rude really not to.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/13/10(Sat)01:01 No.12779107
    You glance up at the security camera where the girls are watching from, and then back at the woman. "That is a damned shame for you," you say, as you grab her hand. She wimpers, and says something like no, or mercy, but you don’t care enough to pay attention. If it isn’t information about the bombs, you couldn’t give a crap. You take her pinky, and slowly break it, saying, "Does that provide any inspiration? If it doesn’t, well, I guess you just must know anything. I mean, if that’s the case, I’ll be happy to let you go."

    Her head looks up towards your general direction, almost hopeful under the sound of the tears streaming down her face. You squash this hope, by saying, “Of course, I just can’t let you leave though. You’d be a loose end. We do have that new flamer I’ve wanted to try out….. Yeah, that’ll get rid of evidence nicely.”

    >Roll for intimidation again
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)01:07 No.12779163
    rolled 16 = 16


    Come on low rolls
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/13/10(Sat)01:14 No.12779223
    She snaps at the combination of pain and terror, saying, “I-I-I saw something. Rat-men. I don’t what they wanted, they were, um, taking barrels of stuff. The barrels had dangerous looking stuff in them, judging by the signs they had on them. I, um, don’t know much else.”

    She is crying, clearly in tears under her burlap sack. Hunched over in the chair, she strikes a pitiful image. As you contemplate this new information, you hear the door open behind you. Training kicks in, and you snap around, raising your hell pistol. Instead of an enemy though, its Katherine. Walking over to the burlap woman, she says, “Leave her alone! Can’t you see she’s in pain!” Once in front of the prisoner, Latherin kneels down and rest her palm on the uninjured hand, cooing, “Hush now, it’ll be ok.”

    >What next?
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)01:18 No.12779262
    "Dammit, bitch, she's holding out! I should just start cutting pieces off, right now!"
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)01:24 No.12779319
    Then leave and get a cup of very hot recaf. You'll see why.
    >> Tabler !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/13/10(Sat)02:05 No.12779729
    Katherine turns back to you and smiles, but her voice gives off a much different tone. “Leave her alone you prick! She’s been through enough.” Turning her back to the woman, Katherine quietly inquires, “Isn’t it right?” Please, tell us as anything else that you can. I promise, if you tell us everything you know, it’ll be alright.” The prisoner perks up slightly at this, and through all the sobs you begin to think Katherine go through to her.

    >Any questions?
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)02:11 No.12779800
    "Give me ONE good reason I should let you live. ONE. If you can remember ANYTHING, you'd better tell me."
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)02:12 No.12779809

    Say to Katherine "You're always soft on them." Ten say to the woman "Fine then, I see I'm not wanted. I'm heading out, but if you don't talk I'm coming back with the flamer."
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)02:12 No.12779811

    Punch the wall and mutter angrily, then leave the room.
    >> Tabler !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/13/10(Sat)02:18 No.12779881
    You give the woman your final threat, before sexiting the room. Taking great care to slam the door so that the prisoner knows that you’re gone, you leave the holding cell and join Lily in the ‘command center.’ Joining her at the command consol, the two of you watch as Katherine systematically rips aparts all of the prisoner’s defenses, and slowly but surely gets answers. “Damn, she’s a freaking sociopath,” you say aloud, to which Lily can only uncomfortably nod.

    >Talk to Lily
    >Go back to prisoner
    >Time skip till end of interrogation
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)02:19 No.12779897
    Talk to Lily.
    Ask her if she thinks I overdid it.
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)02:20 No.12779902
    Come back with a spaceball bat (you see what I did there) and a pound of grox meat.
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)02:24 No.12779935

    Why not, let's make some conversation.

    Watch Katherine's technique too. As long as the answers keep coming, we're better off outside
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)02:28 No.12779990
    Thirding this

    >yescar THE
    interesting captcha, are you saying we'll be going into a car soon?
    >> Tabler !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/13/10(Sat)02:33 No.12780035
    Lily is almost stunned that you actually spoke to her, before getting over her chronic shyness and saying with conviction, “I think you did great. If she’s a heretic, she deserves exactly what she has coming to her. We must be ever vigilant, for the enemies of mankind come in many forms.” Caught off guard by her own enthusiasm, she stands up and says, “The enemies of mankind, be they within, without, or beyond, will have no mercy on us, so we shouldn’t on them. They may appear weak and fragile, but it is a terrible truth to know their true horrors. We carry this burden, and with it wield it as a torch in the darkness.”

    Her speech finished, she is surprised to find herself standing up, with you staring at her, and quickly sits down, trying to make herself as small as possible.
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)02:36 No.12780061
    >>sexiting the room

    I hope this is not a typo and Bob was, in fact, sexily exiting the room.
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)02:41 No.12780106
    "Damn straight. Where's the damn rotgut?"
    >> Tabler !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/13/10(Sat)02:42 No.12780110

    You're right, it wasn't. Bob has a nat forty in fel, and can just sexily exit the room.
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)02:42 No.12780115
    That was actually pretty good. Slight applause might be in order.

    Also, shamelessly hit on her. At least she won't threaten to slit our throat in our sleep. Hopefully.
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)02:43 No.12780123

    Nod approvingly and congratulate her on her enthusiasm.

    I really like this chick.
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)02:44 No.12780131

    Seconding the shamelessly hit on her part.
    >> Tabler !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/13/10(Sat)02:52 No.12780183
    “I, um, didn’t bring any. Katherine says from the after action reports she read that your not allowed to any during active duty because of the hive spiring blowing up last time,” Lily meekly explains. Damn, you were really hoping no one read that report. Ah well, you might as well make this half hour worth while. Removing your helmet so you can have a face to face conversation, you start talking to her about relatively innocent things, like what she thought about the last mission, or what her favorite hymn is. In between rplies, you manage to flirt with her shamlessly, all the while Katherine interrogates the subject.

    Just as Katherine is about to exit the cell, Lily is bright red in her face, while you keep laying on the compliments and flirts. Noticing your time is about up, you..

    >Ask her out to dinner
    >Ask her to the shooting range
    >Give her one last harmless flirt

    In any case other than nothing, make a 1d100 charm check
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)02:56 No.12780205
    rolled 92 = 92


    here we go...
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)02:58 No.12780222
    rolled 74 = 74


    Let's ask her to the shooting range. Going straight to asking her to dinner would be a bit too direct, I think. This is a semi-professional thing that shouldn't require too big a charm success thing to get. (I hope).
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)02:59 No.12780226
    You didn't actually specify what we were going to do though.

    So my vote is that since Katherine is on her way up, and the last thing we want is for her to walk in on us asking Lily out (she'll probably manhandle us in unpleasant ways), we should make a speedy retreat.
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)02:59 No.12780227
    welp there is always next time
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)03:00 No.12780233
    rolled 6 = 6

    What the fuck does she DO?
    Anyways, try dinner.
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)03:01 No.12780240
    Leave, hopefully that poor roll can be burned on us turning around and getting a door opened in our face.
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)03:01 No.12780244

    This is why I hate leaving things up to the tender mercy of /tg/'s dice roller.

    What say you, OP, I think a professional date like a shooting range thing shouldn't require much lower than a 35 base, and with our nat 40 Fel even that poor roll just works out.
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)03:06 No.12780294
    what fun is there if every roll is a success.

    clearly we fumbled some words and since she's a sororita she's a bit shocked at our attempt to ask her out on a date.

    Maybe she'll warm up to us later.
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)03:07 No.12780304

    I knew we shouldn't have asked about the rotgut first.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/13/10(Sat)03:11 No.12780349
    She gives you a stunned look, her face more red than the armor of a Blood Angel. For a moment, you think you broke her, before she begins to regain basic functions, replying, “You mean, like a date?”
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)03:14 No.12780370

    "For official purposes, it'd just two colleagues exchanging tips on close quarters marksmanship, and getting to know each other." Smile "Besides, a woman like you deserves to go somewhere much nicer for a date."
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)03:15 No.12780388

    Smooth. We might save this one yet.

    >hobarway Floated

    That seems promising, captcha.
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)03:20 No.12780433
    I like this, though I worry we might actually break her this time.
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)03:23 No.12780458

    On the upside, it allows us to see if people really can spontaneously combust.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/13/10(Sat)03:33 No.12780550
    “Oh, well in that case-“ Lily responds, only to be cut off by Katherine exiting the holding cell. The fierce looking interrogator turns towards the two of you, her demeanor demanding respect. Lily and you shoot straight up, both ready for anything.

    Her face drawn into a vicious smile, Katherine peers at the two of you, saying, “Alright, I’ve found out the following: there seems to be an ab-human race of sorts in the underground. Bob, you’ve served with ratlings before, right?”

    “Small, thieving little buggers who are devils with sniper rifles?” you ask, hoping this isn’t going where you think it is.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/13/10(Sat)03:34 No.12780553
    “Those are the ones. Apparently, some had gotten on the planet a couple centuries back or so, and set up a breeding population in the underground. They’ve adapted to the environment, becoming, bigger, stronger, and a hell of a lot more vicious. In addition, or probably because, of that, they’ve set up alliances with local mutant cults and other recidivists, to bring this city down under its wait. They figure if they can’t show their face up here, they’ll bring the capitol of the planet down to their level. Now, this place might not be that big, but it’ll crumble under its own weight all the same, and the amount of economic power lost to the planet and consequently the sector because of it will be greatly harmful. Unfortunately, we can’t completely alert the government to this because of sell outs and traitors, not to mention the panic it would cause,” Katherine explains with a murderous look.

    “Well, it can’t be all bad, can it?” Lily asks hopefully.
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)03:39 No.12780587
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    >Ratlings are short and squat, although not strong. They are idle, hedonistic, gregarious, over-friendly and sexually promiscuous.
    And how the fuck do they have actual whiskers?
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)03:41 No.12780598

    "Do you think we could just gas the entire damn underground? Wouldn't even need to be military grade, just vent enough factory exhaust down there and it'll do the trick soon enough"
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/13/10(Sat)03:41 No.12780603
    Turning her full attentions towards the Sister, Katherine says with a wristful look, “Thankfully not. We can still get some allies. In addition, we have a good idea of what’s going on now. While we don’t know who the traitor tech-priest is, we also have a general idea where the damage is. The prisoner over there isn’t a heretic, and was more than willing to tell me everything she knew.”

    “Speaking of which,” she says thoughtfully, before turning around. Drawing her laspistol Katherine opens the door, and pulls the trigger once. You immediately hear an all too familiar sizzle, and know the prisoner has been taken care of. A content smile on her face, Katherine turns back to the two of you, saying, “Alright, lets meet up with Jack and decide on a plan of action.”
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)03:42 No.12780606

    These are Ratling CHUDS.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/13/10(Sat)03:42 No.12780609
    Her eyes flash, revealing how intent she is thinking about the mission, and she walks off. In the awkward silence of it all, you begin to put your helmet on, only to be interrupted by Lily approaching you and whispering in your ear, “I look forward to going to the shooting range when this is all done.” Dumbfounded, you can only watch as she giggles like a school girl and rushes on after Katherine. Snapping your helmet back on with a grunt, you begin to follow them, taking your time.

    Nobody pays notice to the corpse of the innocent in the cell. In this world, there is no innocence, only guilt. People go on with their lives, fighting for every scrap of happiness. Some people get screwed, like her. Some people get lucky, like Bob. At the end of the day, it’s what you do with your life, what you fight for, that matters.
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)03:44 No.12780615
    CHUDs did not have whiskers.
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)03:45 No.12780622
    Yeah, we get that. The point of this being?
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/13/10(Sat)03:46 No.12780628
    End part 10
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/13/10(Sat)03:47 No.12780638
    Alright, I know post wise this was a pretty short one, but given how long it's been going, I'll probably have to call it a night unless you guys want to keep going.

    Any questions? Suggestions? Requests?
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)03:50 No.12780653
    So who's Bob?
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)03:52 No.12780666
    Was there a point to this, or...?
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/13/10(Sat)03:53 No.12780675
    The guy who you're playing. I assure you, he will have an impact of Dolemite and the rest of the main crew soon enough.
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)04:00 No.12780717
    You have a thing for shy, submissive girls, don't you?
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/13/10(Sat)04:01 No.12780727
    No, but I do know what /tg/ likes. Anyway, can someone archive this?
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)04:01 No.12780731
    Given how quickly /tg/ homed in on both Invidia and Lily, I think it's a fa/tg/uy thing in general.
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)04:02 No.12780742
    I enjoyed it, though you seemed to be preoccupied.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/13/10(Sat)04:06 No.12780763
    Slightly. I will have this going smoothly either tomorrow night or sunday. I am not a fan of all day quest threads, personally. Nothing wrong with long ones, but I have class and stuff
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)04:06 No.12780765
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/13/10(Sat)04:07 No.12780775
    Thank you. Now, any other questions or suggestions? If you have any request for the quest, I'll take them now.
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)04:10 No.12780787
    Can you explore the past of the crew a bit more, or let us play as them? I can't be the only one who would like to play as H1256-J47
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)04:10 No.12780789
    I'm really loving these I don't know what to call them maybe prequel quests.

    Be awesome to switch between dolemite and bob.

    One has the more politican life of a rogue trader while we can get the pew pew of a acolyte of an inquisitor.
    >> Tablet !!0fEYB5hrFn3 11/13/10(Sat)04:19 No.12780827
    Hm. I think that might be nice.

    Thanks. I thought for Bob there would be soul crushing despair mixed with utter baddassery, while Dolemite gets to be utterly crazy awesome
    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)04:37 No.12780931
    Here's the sup/tg/ page

    >> Anonymous 11/13/10(Sat)09:45 No.12782302

    >soul-crushing despair

    Between the rotgut and Lily, we should be able to stop our world from getting too grimdark to handle.

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