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    30 KB Vampire Bride Quest Undead Monstrosity 01/26/10(Tue)23:43 No.7787876  
    Previous thread: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/7782070/

    A few months ago, you were the girlfriend of a hero, frustrated with his inattention to you and constant focus on fighting evil and determined to do something about it. You became an aspiring sorceress, learning magic in the hopes of becoming a villain and forcing your love to finally focus on you fully.

    A few weeks ago, you were a terrified and abused vampire bride, watching in horror as you were frequently tortured by the older vampire Adrienne and committing one dire sin after another in your injuries and desperate hunger. The stress and pain changed you quickly, and after attacking and killing Adrienne you have been moved by your master to the city of Itonia, where you have amicably met his other scions and slaughtered dozens of the living for your own benefit.

    And now, after a rash of theft, murder, kidnapping, and blackmail, you have finally created a lesser summoning circle and established two hidden lairs. You are the dark sorceress that you once wished to be, although the price is more than you ever thought you would pay.
    >> Undead Monstrosity 01/26/10(Tue)23:45 No.7787913
    Sheryl, a young streetwalker you recruited to your service with gold and promises, has proven herself quite useful as your agent amongst the living. As she was pound by a fae pact to serve you, you have no fear that she will turn against you in any but the most egregious circumstances.

    Numerous summoned servitors, each with their own set of abilities, are ready to do whatever you ask of them. Their magical and mundane skills can do what yours cannot, and have proven invaluable in almost all your successes thus far.

    Sarai, an older vampire who described herself as an assassin and mercenary, allowed you to use some of her supplies and stay in her concealed crypt in the merchant's district for the first few days you were in the city.

    Bryden, a much older vampire who has apparently attempted repeated rebellion against your lord, has secured himself a position as a noble in the city and provided you with some information and contacts.


    >>7787411 >>7787426 >>7787438
    You doubt that it will come to much, but you look to Mobuion. "Is there any chance that we can disable or dispel these?"

    He shakes his translucent head. [Eater-of-Skulls is not powerful enough to dispel it on his own, and neither you nor I have such skills.]

    Blast. Well, there was nothing for it, then; you weren't leaving without your planned take. You move the unconscious people to the far side of the store and glance over the books and valuables, removing anything that catches your eye. Once you have a modest pile, you distribute the lighter items to your servants, place the rest into a convenient sack, and prepare to order your summons to take cover as you-

    >>7787510 >>7787548
    -wait. The pawnbroker can obviously open the strongbox without a problem, and unless you miss your guess, the man lying naked against the wall is he. That presents an obvious solution. You move over to him and focus your will in your voice. "Open the strongbox."
    >> Anonymous 01/26/10(Tue)23:45 No.7787923
    Well we could probably use our mental powers to compel him to answer. Then, we eat him.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/10(Tue)23:46 No.7787935
    I'm confused with these fairy names
    >> Undead Monstrosity 01/26/10(Tue)23:46 No.7787943
    The man doesn't stir. You look at your imp. "Can you wake him up?"

    It looks down uncomfortably. "Well, I, that is... hadn't really planned on it."

    You sigh. How annoying. But you suppose you're in no incredible rush. "Go fetch something to awaken him, then." You raise your hand to your ear and attempt to contact Sheryl so that she can tell the sprite what to gather, but though you feel the tingle of magic activate there is no response to your words. Perhaps the earring isn't working?

    Frustrated, you wave a hand at the imp. "Go!" It flies off.

    You settle in to wait, and the minutes pass in silence. Even the broken lock on the door attracts no attention; luck must be with- or possibly Adept Vaesh is handling that again. It takes perhaps twenty minutes for Rafael to return with a small vial. "This'll wake 'em, Mistress."

    You frown at it. "Sheryl was fine, and wearing her earring?"

    The imp nods, looking puzzled. "Sure, Mistress."
    >> Undead Monstrosity 01/26/10(Tue)23:47 No.7787962
    Well, that's annoying. Either the earring is defective, or it has limited range, or some other matter is at work here. Regardless, you have more pressing concerns. You empty the vial into the man's mouth, and he coughs awake a few moment later. "Wha-"

    "Open the strongbox." You put all your will into your voice, and he moves before he even realizes what's going on. It takes him but a few seconds to place his hand on it and murmur a nonsense phrase, then turn a key he pulls from a nearby drawer.

    He hardly has time to stiffen in shock before you strike him in the back of the head and he collapses to the floor. He's breathing, but it's shallow; you suspect that you may have killed him accidentally. Your lack of martial skill strikes again.

    Leaving him for a moment, you pull the strongbox open the rest of the way. There are several small bags inside; each clinks with coins as you heft it. Just what you wanted. You quickly transfer each to your sack, then pause as you turn to leave.

    What should you do with the man on the floor? He's seen your face, and might not live anyway... you've fed recently, but the beating of his heart still calls to you and it seems awfully practical. For that matter, the woman might be able to put something together- at least that she was drugged. With the guards at the warehouse telling a similar story, it could conceivably be traced to a common source somehow. If they both disappeared, it might look like they just cashed in and left the city.

    What will you do?
    >> Anonymous 01/26/10(Tue)23:48 No.7787986
    I guess it's too late to ask for Vaesh to disguise us before we deal with the broker ?
    >> Anonymous 01/26/10(Tue)23:49 No.7788001
    And why the hell didn't we just have the Imp put him to sleep again? Instead of cracking his skull?
    >> Anonymous 01/26/10(Tue)23:50 No.7788010

    slit the man's throat, leave the girl there.

    do not drink any of their blood.

    We have a food source caged and waiting, should be become hungry. There is no need to leave behind yet another bloodless set of corpses behind the trail of 'that slasher chick'.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/10(Tue)23:50 No.7788016

    Pragmatism seems the best course at the moment. Take them back to our cave-prison, or, failing that, slit their throats and dump then somewhere dark and deep. Regrettable, yes, but we must survive, at least until we can see our beloved again.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/10(Tue)23:51 No.7788034
    Oh, and we were stupid enough to do this from where he would see us? I know I said that we should do it from behind a counter or something so that he wouldn't see our face.

    Fucking railroad.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/10(Tue)23:51 No.7788040
    We kidnap them both. I don't like it, but they'll have to stay with the kid.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/10(Tue)23:52 No.7788066
    Cut open his throat with a knife and eat a little. Then place the knife in the woman's hands and hit her on the head with something hard, just to leave a dent. Then place the blunt object in the dead man's hands. Remove the empty lockbox so it looks like a simple robbery gone terribly wrong.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/10(Tue)23:53 No.7788076

    It is what we do best
    >> Anonymous 01/26/10(Tue)23:54 No.7788092
    1) fetch dagger.
    2) put in hand of chick the guy is fucking.
    3) use the ancient art of "stop hitting yourself" to make her stab him.
    4) leave.
    5) utilize ????---->profit meme.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/10(Tue)23:54 No.7788099
    >> Anonymous 01/26/10(Tue)23:57 No.7788166
    it is obvious that within the limits set by our superiors, we have no moral qualms anymore. just feed.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/10(Tue)23:58 No.7788170
    No. It's too noticeable.

    Take them, the coins, and the valuables, and don't forget their personal stuff so that might look like they fled.
    Vaesh could make us look like them carrying stuff, while we leave the shop and the city.
    >> Anonymous 01/26/10(Tue)23:58 No.7788179

    Eat them, take the bodies away.
    Maybe burn the place.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:01 No.7788226
    I can see UM rubbing his rust-as-planned hands already at this turn of events.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:01 No.7788229
    Transporting two limp bodies out of the city might be to much for Vaesh to do,but she can handle one. Slit the man's throat, take the empty lockbox and the passed out woman and her clothes. Make it look like she killed him, stole the lockbox. Hold her for maybe a day, eat her, then plop her body into the harbor. People will just assume Trudan got his revenge on the woman who, ultimately, stole from him.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:02 No.7788239
    Don't feed there. Blood on the ground will bust our cover story. Don't need to make it seem like they killed each other either, it's too far-fetched.

    Oh shit, the broken door. We need to do something about that.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:05 No.7788299
    Have the imp keep watch on the street.
    Ask Mobuion if he can repair the door magically, or if eater of skulls can do it.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:08 No.7788347
    Alternatively, we could kill both of them and leave a note saying, "The Baron sends his regards." That might start off a full blown gang war, but that might be profitable for us.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:09 No.7788353
    Anyway we shouldn't leave them there. Being paralyzed somehow before anyone breaks in ? Stinks "a wizard did it". Too dangerous. Bring them to our cave.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:09 No.7788366
    Put them back in the fucking position and stab them both to death. Make it look like an insider waited until they were having sex, burst in, cut them down before they could react, emptied the lockbox then left.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:10 No.7788380
    Also, is raising people something that happens often in this world ?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:11 No.7788394
    They'll see that the wards haven't been triggered.

    This is interesting, I suppose if someone cared enough he could use necromancy on one of our victims.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:14 No.7788434

    Maybe someone else knew the password, or had an anti-ward zapper or something. They'll find it odd, but, that doesn't mean they'll leap to the conclusion that we did it.

    Plus we can also burn the place down.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:16 No.7788461

    Let's kill the man, then take the woman back to our cave.
    Our captive could use some companionship.
    Also, he'll be distracted while having sex. Excellent time for personality-rewriting.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:17 No.7788480
    Didn't we capture him because he was trying to rape us? I don't think punishing rape and then giving him someone and saying 'rape away' is such a good idea. Very conflicting directions.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:18 No.7788498

    It's a reward that only Steve can have!
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:19 No.7788508
    So much facepalming.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:19 No.7788511

    We never mentioned that to him.
    It'll also be fun to see how they get along. Maybe we could mindfuck him into not raping people.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:19 No.7788531
    we must make an army of steves!
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:20 No.7788536
    Exactly! We have her put on a show for him, but Daniel is unable to touch. Only Steve can.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:21 No.7788554
    We captured him because we needed a victim we could pass to our conscience as something else. We didn't plan on punishing him or reform him.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:23 No.7788593
    We captured him so we could touch him. Deeply.
    >> Undead Monstrosity 01/27/10(Wed)00:24 No.7788610
    >>7787986 >>7788001 >>7788034
    Your spend a moment cursing yourself. You should have had the faeling disguise you, should have had the imp be the one to knock the pawnbroker out again, should have hidden yourself somehow... but it's too late now. Mistakes have been made; some you could have perhaps avoided, others not. You can dwell on them after you make your next move.

    >>7788010 >>7788016 >>7788066
    >>7788170 >>7788229 >>7788299
    The more you think about it, the more leaving them alive seems like a bad plan. But carrying them both out of the city while also transporting the valuables you've stolen would be horribly awkward. Since the man is dying anyway, you'll just drain him and leave him here. You are about to open your mouth and clamp down on his neck when a better plan comes to you- you'll try to make it look like his lover killed him and fled. A flimsy story, but better than nothing. You point to her clothes and tell your servants to get her dressed, then move to the man.

    A little quick bladework and his neck is a fountain of ambrosia. It's delicious enough that you almost don't stop when your imp reminds you to, but then you pull back. The plan won't work if there's no blood left.

    After that, you wipe your face, throw a bit of cloth across the strongbox to hold it open, and lift it up. No problems thus far. All your selected valuables are quickly placed inside it, making a rather convenient container, and you lay the woman's body across its top. The resulting position would be utterly unbalanced and impossible for anyone without your absurd strength, but you manage to make it work.

    As you leave, you look at the shade. "I don't suppose that you can fix the door?"

    Eater-of-Skulls squeaks at you, and the apprentice shade nods. [He can. Not well enough to hold up to scrutiny, should they look for damage on the lock, but if no one checks it will be functional.] You nod. It'll have to do; better than nothing. "Do it."
    >> Undead Monstrosity 01/27/10(Wed)00:25 No.7788633
    With that, you move through the streets in the darkness cloaked by faeling illusion. You're forced to make two trips over the walls, waiting in the darkness while the guards pass, but manage it eventually. When the woman begins to stir, you have the imp drug her a second time.

    You drop the take back at your home and tell Sheryl to take inventory and communicate the results over her earring while you move off. You don't let her see the woman; some things should be kept separate from one another. You get most of the way to the cave before Sheryl's voice over the earring cuts off; it must be a distance thing.

    In the cave, your prisoner is sleeping. There's only a single cell, so you open it and gently place the woman inside. She'll keep, you suppose. Though you know that your prisoner is awake, he doesn't say anything to you, and you don't bother to speak to him either before moving off.

    Back at the house, you find that you've acquired nearly three hundred gold, half that in silver, several rather valuable-looking trinkets, and a fine dagger with a red jewel set into the hilt. Your also got a set of magical bells, which you are told by your servants will produce flashes of light colored differently based upon which bell is struck, as directed by the user. Excellent for entertainment, you suppose. You also have a book on the history of the region, a book on the nature of the aetheric planes, and a book on the theory of combat magic.

    All that in one night; you're quite productive. Dawn is getting close, though, perhaps three hours off. What should you do before daybreak?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:28 No.7788677

    Cursory readthrough of combat magic book, the continue binding spell. We need that done before anything else if we wish to NOT have ourselves revealed by pissed off smugglers.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:29 No.7788698

    Entertainment and SIGNALING. Perhaps we should work out a color-flash signal language at some point.
    Now... perhaps the binding spell...
    What about that tome of elemental animation?
    We may want to work on that skill since the bindings are not all that pressing.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:30 No.7788720

    Send a message to blade that if the prisoners fight or attack each other, or attempt to escape, he is to use any method short of killing them to prevent this.

    We don't want them to join forces and escape or hurt each other.

    We need to get the ingredients for a gelatinous cube of body disposal together, have the earth spirit dig a pit in the cave and keep the cube there so we have a more convenient place to dissolve corpses.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:30 No.7788724

    Hang the crystal that makes music in sunlight just above the inside of your crypt door.

    If anyone attempts to enter during the daytime, you should be able to hear it and at least have a moment of advanced warning prior to your coffin lid being pried open.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:31 No.7788750
    Ask an earth elemental to build a barrier between our two prisonners.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:31 No.7788752

    Also, try to see if it's possible to sleep outside of a coffin during the day.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:32 No.7788761

    What if the gelatinous cube turns on us?!
    Or... what if it is actually just made of gelatin...
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:32 No.7788775
    Get the sprite working on copying magical tomes. It could prove profitable, and might add another angle in dealing with the smugglers, offering the mage books instead of gold.

    Then work on the binding spell.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:33 No.7788791
    There's a sliding stone door behind the wooden one, too heavy for a human to move.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:34 No.7788810
    All the more reason to have some warning if someone or something manages to get past it.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:34 No.7788812

    A single human perhaps, but not a group of them or a mage.

    We are starting to piss off a city full of crime lords, preparing for the worst is not a bad idea.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:35 No.7788822
    >Implying sunlight shines anywhere near the basement door, ever.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:36 No.7788833
    Even then, I don't think the music would wake us during the day, more than the stone door being opened.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:36 No.7788841

    Depends on the layout of the house, bro.

    I've been in plenty that would have sunlight entering the basement door.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:36 No.7788850
    study combat magic book.
    never lose in melee again.

    someone please advicewolf that.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:36 No.7788851
    Well, during the day I usually can see any door in my house, even far from a window.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:37 No.7788860
    >Implying your personal basement experience has something to do with vampire girl's basement.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:38 No.7788873
    >implying that vampire girl's basement layout has anything to do with your suggestion
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:38 No.7788877
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:38 No.7788885
    >Implying I made a suggestion.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:39 No.7788893
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:44 No.7788950
    Ask our sprite if he can cook up some amnesia potion for prisoners.

    It's not ideal but with it we could get rid of them once and for all, just dump them some where; people will ask questions, but nothing that might lead back to us.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:45 No.7788959
    Based upon descriptions of the house, it has been implied that the basement and it's door is within the windowless stone foundation of the house.
    Which implies that it is down a flight of stairs.
    Implying that sunlight does not reach the bottom of those stairs.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:48 No.7789007
    >it has been implied
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:49 No.7789021
    >Implying it has been.
    >> Undead Monstrosity 01/27/10(Wed)00:49 No.7789022
    It occurs to you, perhaps belatedly, that you should perhaps establish some ground rules for what should and should not happen in your cave's prison. You order your air spirit to tell Blade that it should stop the prisoners from fighting one another or attempting escape, and send an earth spirit to separate their cell into two. It'll be a bit more cramped, but you imagine that they'll have bigger things to worry about. You can fix that later, anyway.

    Contemplating your old miniature gelatinous cube for a moment, you recall that you'd ordered the sprite to prepare the ingredients for one. Upon your inquiry, he quickly informs you that he has prepared everything. You tell him to set up everything that is necessary for its creation by tomorrow evening, and he assures you that it will be done.

    With that done, you go to the basement and spend a brief time flipping through the text on combat magic. It spends a lot of time on principles and very little on methods of application except to discuss their results, but you think that you can probably make some use of it, should you decide to put some serious time into learning blasting spells.
    >> Undead Monstrosity 01/27/10(Wed)00:50 No.7789033
    >>7788724 >>7788752
    At the moment, however, binding is your focus, and you put in a couple more hours on your spell, managing to resolve one particularly thorny problem, before dawn.

    As sunrise approaches, you hang the prism outside the basement on a whim, at the top of the stairs where the sun could hit it, and fetch a blanket and pillow. Perhaps you'll be able to sleep outside your coffin? You've never tried.

    You await sunrise. You can feel it coming, as always, and when it finally hits a wave of exhaustion strikes you. You lean back on your blanket and pillow, letting sleep take you.

    It doesn't. The minutes pass in silence, and before too long you hear the soft sound of ethereally beautiful harps echoing from the top of the stairs, even though the stone door. It must be quite loud when not so muffled. Sunrise has come, and you're awake to see- well, hear- it. You force yourself to stand, but it's difficult; your limbs feel pitifully weak, like a small child's, and each step you take seems the one which will bring you pitching forward into a collapse.

    It is all you can do to move to your coffin, shove aside the lid, and let yourself fall inside. You don't even get it closed again before darkness takes you.


    Another night as one of the undead. What will you do?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:52 No.7789067

    Make the prism less conspicuous. It must have been playing all day.
    We hang it where it can play only when a door is opened.
    A door that should not be opened.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:53 No.7789087
    Since its ready, cook up our new cube.

    After that, pure research for binding spell.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:54 No.7789105
    I go to bed and pray that you fools don't get us killed.

    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)00:59 No.7789170

    We should make sure they both have a toilet.

    Create the cube, install it as a feature in the cave.

    Practice mind controlling both captives at once. See if we even can or how much more difficult it is. Mass hypnosis would be a very useful trick.

    We probably shouldn't let the woman speak to us. She'll probably guilt trip us fairly badly.

    Once we're back have our shade and Eater-of-Skulls show us how to go about dismantling the ward, that'd be a very useful trick for us to learn.

    Did the sprite get the message to our boyfriend?

    How long until we have to meet him?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)01:01 No.7789200
    Go about preparing the gelatinous cube. I'd also like us to check in our two prisoners, make sure they have food and water. Then work the binding spell, and maybe examine the ward on the box from the warehouse.

    Again, I suggest we get the sprite working on those counterfeit magical tomes. I feel like a broken record, but it is good plan, we have the stuff for it, we had Sheryl pick it all up, and we have the sprite, who is a capable scribe. The idea is we keep stealing books from the currently unoccupied mage's library, copy them and then return them. This will allow us to expand our library while lessoning the chance someone will notice the books have gone missing. Just saying, we can do it and it would involve no investment in time on our part. Just a sprite working 24/7 and an air spirit for delivery.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)01:05 No.7789250
    After going and practicing our mental control on the prisoners we need to consider what is to be done with our boyfriend. He is an epic warrior and we aren't really in the position to tangle with that. I suggest we use the faeling as an intermediary.

    Speaking of the faeling, we need to call her and tell her thanks for trying to help us. Even though it might have been outside our expectations we are glad she is here and without her our unlife would be a great deal more difficult. Ask her if there is anything she wants that you could provide her. This faeling is possibly our most powerful servant yet and we need her to like us binding or not.

    As for the boyfriend, I think we should begin accepting that he is now different from us and there will be no going back. This is something we have to do to live... one more thing that we didn't want to happen, but our love was obviously not strong enough in life. Even less so in death. We must find some way to get him off the trail.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)01:06 No.7789265
    >Again, I suggest we get the sprite working on those counterfeit magical tomes.

    Seconding this, but we should set up a neutral third location for our sprite and air spirit to use for this.

    We do not want anyone scrying them and tracking them back to our main lair.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)01:07 No.7789279
    >He is an epic warrior

    Was this ever confirmed? In Sarai's note, the priest travelling with him was stated to be fairly incompetent.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)01:08 No.7789301
    Bear in mind Rhiannon controlled you and Adrienne like puppets without so much as the mental version of breathing hard, plus a sorceress. She could well be a vampire fit for challenging epic level fighters.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)01:12 No.7789346
    Well, Tir the Pixie used to work for a lich that our boyfriend defeated. So we can use that to help gauge where he is at in terms of power.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)01:14 No.7789366
    >a lich that our boyfriend defeated.


    Well then, carry on.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)01:14 No.7789368
    I still say our final goal should be the same as our initial goal.

    Get married to epic warrior bf.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)01:17 No.7789425
    I hate this goal with the burning passion of a thousand suns.

    Not really, but it seems pretty lame. I think we can do better. If we are going to get married it should be to the terminally bored Lord. Best plan would be to not get married, or get married after we become Undead Doctor Doomette -- without the Reed Richards Vampire Lord, due to knocking him off and taking his place.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)01:18 No.7789445
    EPIC warrior.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)01:19 No.7789448
    While we're talking to our sprite, lets have him answer >>7788950
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)01:20 No.7789465
    I partly agree, right now getting married should be the very last thing on our mind.
    >> Undead Monstrosity 01/27/10(Wed)01:31 No.7789607
    You go upstairs and find the prism still hanging where you'd left it, balanced on a subtle wall-hook which you suspect once held a picture. You won't be able to position it so that it lights when the basement door is opened without a mirror or something, unfortunately, so you set the matter aside for now. You have other concerns.

    >>7789200 >>7789170 >>7789087
    Specifically, the creation of a gelatinous cube is next on your to-do list. You order an earth spirit to craft a pit against one of the walls in your cave to keep it in, then spend several hours in a chamber near the entrance carefully boiling several different mixtures of herbs to the mimir's helpful accusations of incompetence. As the time nears midnight, the formula is finished. You leave it to simmer; the cube should be animate shortly before dawn.

    The stench in the cooking room is terrible, anyway. It's fairly pungent. The woman in the other room has been complaining about it for hours to muttered responses from your first prisoner.

    With that done, you decide that you've been putting your sprite to other tasks long enough. You order him to set to copying one of the arcane tomes you're not using- the one on elemental animation- and tell you when he's finished. It will likely take him several days to do so, perhaps as long as a week; some of those diagrams looked exceedingly complex.

    Before he sets to work, you inquire as to the possibility of an amnesia potion; he looks dubious. Unless you want to render the drinker insensible or simple, it seems that such things are highly unreliable, particularly in the long term. The closest he can come is a potion that will prevent memories from being formed for a short while after drinking it, which will hardly accomplish your purpose.
    >> Undead Monstrosity 01/27/10(Wed)01:31 No.7789616
    Your sprite successfully delivered your message, he assures you. He found your boyfriend several days away, on the obvious route from Rhiannon's castle. The note you'd written promised to meet your boyfriend in a week, and two nights have passed since then.

    To pass the time, you decide to experiment with your mental control further. You repeat your earlier experimentation, attempting this time to control both of your prisoners instead of just one. Unfortunately, you meet with dismal failure; you can't focus your will on both of them at once with enough strength to compel. You know it's possible, as you've seen Rhiannon do it, but you don't seem to be able to grasp the trick.

    The fact that you're distracted by constantly telling the new prisoner to be silent hardly helps. At least Steve, or Daniel, or whatever his name was, doesn't talk much anymore. You're not sure if that's a lingering effect of your mental manipulations or if he's just decided to be silent.

    In any case, you do a bit of work on your binding spell while keeping one eye on the incubating cube, and eventually the pot lurches. It's animate. You move towards it with a grin, remembering your old cube, and-

    -it lashes with a pseudopod for your hand, scoring it with acid. It stings quite a bit. You order it to stop, but it shows no signs of obeying. Startled, you back up. "Sahib, why won't the cube obey my commands?"
    >> Undead Monstrosity 01/27/10(Wed)01:32 No.7789633
    The skull stares at you sightlessly. You'd swear that you hear laughter in its voice. "You thought that it would obey you? Why? Gelatinous cubes are mindless. They don't obey anything but their instincts."

    "But I had one before that-"

    "-that wasn't actually a gelatinous cube, if it followed orders," the mimir snaps. "You got what you asked for. Now deal with it."

    This is seriously annoying. It's not what you wanted... but you suppose it'll have to do. You grab one of the larger pots and sweep the tiny ooze up in it, then empty it into the pit you'd prepared for its dwelling.

    You have a small acid burn on your left hand, but it's nothing serious. The mimir has- well, not exactly betrayed you, but you certainly feel deceived. These summons are getting somewhat frustrating with their habit of not doing exactly what you want.

    An hour or so is left before dawn. What will you do?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)01:33 No.7789651

    Tir the pixie?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)01:35 No.7789678

    Ask the Mimir what kind of ooze would obey commands.

    Work more on long term binding spell.

    Study the combat magic tome, we need some combat spells.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)01:36 No.7789687
    dangle the mimir on a rope above the ooze pit. take him down the next night. that should fix his attitude.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)01:36 No.7789689

    Marriage and a normal life is the last thing on our mind right now, but only because we have so many intermediate goals! Like developing magic powers, freeing ourselves from the Lord (remember, he EXPECTS us to rebel sooner or later, meaning he's ready to smack us down any time) amd if possible reverse this curse of undeath.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)01:36 No.7789695
    I suggest this again.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)01:39 No.7789731
    The pixie from Girlfriend Quest, its name was Tir.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)01:40 No.7789738
    what the fuck
    the pixie specifically said the recipe was for a gelatinous cube
    and Ginny obeyed us :(
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)01:41 No.7789765

    One wonders if we can get the faeling to have the ex-BF agree to a binding oath that he will not harm us.
    Actually harm us as we are. None of that "It's not hurting her, I'm doing it to save her."
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)01:43 No.7789785

    do this do this do this
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)01:43 No.7789795
    Considering the trouble we've had with a strongly bound fae, I'm guessing UM will play that off as a trick from an unbound pixie. Teaching us a recipe that we can't replicate properly sounds like something a trickster would do.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)01:43 No.7789798

    Where applicable, we should be as specific as possible.
    Getting djinned repeatedly will be very troublesome.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)01:44 No.7789801

    he'll take the oath.. but his companions won't...
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)01:45 No.7789818

    should have paid attention when we made the first cube .. I miss it. I miss going to the market and buying meat for it.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)01:46 No.7789839
    Yeah well, that's just one less guy we won't have to fight when the time comes. Better yet, ask the faeling to extract the most cutting and useful oaths possible from him and his party using the regret and sorrow over our situation as leverage.

    They are our past, and we don't want to kill them if we can help it. But some insurance doesn't hurt.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)01:48 No.7789854

    well I don't know how UM will play this, but the bf's party mage said we were demon posessed (still human then) and they were attacking our poor cube ;___;

    BF party members are DICKS
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)01:50 No.7789879
    It shouldn't be to hard for us to deal with our boyfriend, though I agree we should get ready for it; maybe buy some nice clothes, put on some jewellery, get our hair done, put on some make up so he isn't physically repulsed by us - that's what girls do before they met their boyfriends, right?

    Anyway, that aside, I don't think he knows exactly where we are living so if he does try to kill us we can probably retreat away from him.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)01:50 No.7789885

    Fuck you, pixie, I thought we were friends :( I'm going to take a piss on your fucking grave.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)01:52 No.7789916

    >> Undead Monstrosity 01/27/10(Wed)01:57 No.7789970
    You pause a long moment in thought, then turn to the skull. "Mimir, what kind of ooze would obey commands?"

    It remains silent for a minute, so you ask again. "Answer, mimir, and no more of your tricks. What would make an ooze obey me?"

    A muttered curse precedes it answer. "An ooze would have to be ensorcelled for that to happen. Either affected with a specialized compulsion, or crafted using ingredients or a vessel specifically designed to result in an obedient creation. Obviously, you fool."

    You sigh. Could that be why your last... you don't know. You should focus on the present now. "I'm sick of your crap, skull." You loosen one of the cauldron's handles, your strength easily bending the metal. Then you slip it through the mimir's eye sockets until the skull dangles and call an earth spirit.

    You bend over to the ooze's pit and hold the skull suspended above it. "Spirit, mold the earth so that this handle remains in place." It takes a few minutes over the mimir's shouted protests, but the stone shifts and eventually solidly holds the skull above the ooze.

    You turn and leave. "Next time, endeavor to be more helpful. I'll be back next time I'm willing to put up with you."

    You go back home, feeling somewhat out of sorts. You'd really been looking forward to having a cube again... if only for the nostalgia value to one of the only times that you'd felt like you were free and in control. It seems all too like your life these days to rob you of that little happiness.
    >> Undead Monstrosity 01/27/10(Wed)01:58 No.7789979
    As you arrive at the house, you notice that the faeling and Sheryl are sitting up in the predawn hours, conversing by candlelight on some topic of bloodlines and nobility. Adept Vaesh has a remarkably effective air of an instructor, for all that she's a mere two feet high.

    You move to sit with them, and their conversation slows to a halt. Both look to you, and the faeling speaks. "Do you wish something of us, Lady?"

    Waving away her comment, you shake your head. "No, not really. I just... thought I should tell you that I appreciate your help. Both of you. Adept, I was angry at first, but I know you meant well, and my unlife would be a great deal more miserable without people like you in it."

    Both of them are staring at you. Sentimentality must have been the last thing they'd expected you to bring forward. "Thank you, Lady." "It is my honor to serve."

    You sigh. Not really what you wanted, but you have trouble expressing it. "Don't... I... do you need or want anything?"

    Sheryl shakes her head- you guess that she's already more than content with what she has, and basically has access to all you own anyway- but the faeling looks thoughtful. "A few minor things, perhaps. Additional clothing, furniture. Another of my order to keep me company would be most pleasant."

    You nod and rise. "I'll think on it." With that, you leave them to their conversation and return to the basement, where the fine art of binding occupies your mind until dawn.


    The sun sets and you rise, as always. Now what?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:04 No.7790043

    Try summoning another faeling, tell Sheryl and the faeling to take a few coins and buy themselves whatever they need to gussy up the place.

    See if our minions have found anything interesting in their searches, in particular how last nights festivities affected the situation in the city.

    Work on long term binding spell for the first little bit of the evening.

    Go back to cave and work on mind powers for the next little while.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:05 No.7790047
    Oshit, we just let slip to Sheryl that we are dead.

    Guys, I've been thinking on the subject of our ex-bf's party... we don't have to deal with it. If he found the note then he knows Bryden is a vampire in this city with you. The last thing Bryden wants is to be outed, and he's old and powerful and connected. Send our Imp to inform him that we have a very valuable peice of information for him and we would like to arrange a mutual exchange of favors.

    After all, we might be able to stop this threat to us and get something out of it at the same time.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:07 No.7790071

    We don't want to betray our boyfriend just yet I don't think.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:08 No.7790094
    When we go back to the cave we need to interrogate the prisoners. We don't want them to have gotten any information we don't wish them to have from our mimir. They can talk to him after all...

    At least he can't teach spells.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:09 No.7790105
    Phew. Finally done reading tonight's quest from where I left when I went to bed.

    Summon a new Mimir, loyal this time. We're kind of fed up with the old one, no?
    Also, ask the other servants if they need anything, too. Then send Sheryl to town for a bit of shopping on the next day to fullfill the reasonable requests.
    Try to find out from your summons/Sheryl if your robbery had an effect on the political landscape of the city.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:09 No.7790106
    I concur. Maybe, after receiving the reports, send Mobuion out with an air spirit to retrieve another magical text. After summoning the faeling, maybe summon another sprite to double the books we can be copying.

    Beyond sending out orders, we should try and get the long term binding spell finished.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:10 No.7790117
    It's only a matter of time before he gets here and raises an unholy stink about vampires. With all the murders and crap lately it might even be heeded by someone powerful. I think we should.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:11 No.7790126
    The fuck are you going on about?

    Killing our longstanding lover is WAY ooc.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:12 No.7790149

    well a lot of players wants us to go ALL EVIL ALL THE TIME. and even in character, it's pretty tempting to fall to darkness..
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:14 No.7790170
    > Oshit, we just let slip to Sheryl that we are dead.

    fortunately she's bound to absolute and total loyalty. smart fae we have, eh?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:14 No.7790172
    What do you propose we do then? He is coming. He knows what we are. If he lets it slip then not only will we be in deep poop but Bryden and Sarai will go for him anyway. This is like a freight train headed in our direction and we are simply NOT powerful enough to do anything to stop them by ourselves. We simply can't. Magic? Killed a fucking lich. Vampire powers? They managed to steal shit from RHIANNON.

    Shit is about to get real and we need to be realistic with what we can do about it.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:16 No.7790194
    Yesss... we should mentally enslave our boyfriend. We'll break his spirit by having him watch as we slaughter his friends, then use our mind powers to erode his personality until he turns into our personal Igor. Muahahahaha~~~~
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:17 No.7790203

    Maybe he's found a solution. Maybe he has a way out. Maybe this is all a setup so the master can cut his throat and brutally rape us in front of him while he slowly bleeds out and everything goes black.

    We're not cold blooded enough to set a trap for him, and we're not stupid enough to believe it's going to be happily ever after. Right now we're drifting towards suicide by adventurer, and trying very hard not to think about it.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:17 No.7790204
    We could have the price of the information be that he leaves our bf alive.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:21 No.7790266
    Or maybe we are about to get steamrolled and know it. One thing that has been established far stronger and with far more actual player interaction rather than GM fiat is that we are willing to do what it takes to survive. Does this include having a backup plan wherein we can take out our bf? I think so.

    We could tell Bryden about it and then if things go swimmingly with the bf we can warn him about this incoming vampire ambush that we so totally are here to save him from, because we love him so much.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:27 No.7790347

    Bryden probably won't stick his neck out for us. If he does fight it's going to be via minion.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:33 No.7790413
    Yeah, Bryden would probably rather sit it out unless it became a problem he absolutely had to deal with, I'd presume he'd be preparing for the oncoming gang war anyway.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:35 No.7790440
    Our boyfriend probably doesn't really want to kill us, and if we can show him that we're trying to summon something we can feed on instead of people then that might knock the any CLEAVE AND SMITH he has going.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:37 No.7790456
    Everyone knows BIG DAMN HEROES take background characters being abducted and turned against them as steppingstones to even greater heights. I feel a heart attack via stake coming on in the next week or two.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:38 No.7790468


    See the archive for which order it is. We should remember. Hopefully.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:39 No.7790477
    We can always ask the Fae before the summoning, just in case.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:40 No.7790489
    Well then, that means we have a few minions as support when we go to meet them. Better than what we have currently.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:41 No.7790496
    No, BIG DAMN HEROES want to save the people turned against them, and can't bear to hurt them. If we showed him that we weren't a threat maybe he won't try to kill us.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:42 No.7790522
    Yes, but unfortunately it doesn't usually work out that way.
    >> Undead Monstrosity 01/27/10(Wed)02:43 No.7790525
    You start the night by calling to your shade for news of the city. He informs you that the pawnbroker's place was discovered and completely ransacked by thugs and rivals working for the other bosses long before dawn, neatly covering your tracks on that matter. The warehouse was a different matter- the city guard were called in on that one, and apparently at least some of what you stole were legitimate goods for which the trader storing them is demanding recompense from the warehouse's owner if their return cannot be accomplished. The guard has launched an investigation, but a lot of investigations are running with the ongoing underworld conflict and Mobuion expects little to come of it.

    >>7790043 >>7790105 >>7790106
    The night seems to be a good one for summoning, to you. The faeling's request from yesterday seems reasonable and she's proven herself highly useful, so you decide to try for another, one similar to her. You picture her in your mind, and let the image blur- black dress, blue skin, elfin features, black staff... as you chant, the face holding these qualities gradually comes into focus in your mind, until with a flash of light she appears before you just as you pictured her, strongly bound and curtsying as formally as Adept Vaesh.
    >> Undead Monstrosity 01/27/10(Wed)02:44 No.7790532
    That was strange. You've never had a binding go that... cleanly, before. You almost knew exactly what would appear before it came. Is this some feature of the spell you hadn't previously known of, either due to lack of skill or lack of experience? Regardless, you have no complaints.

    You walk your new faeling upstairs, and call for Adept Vaesh, who seems greatly pleased in spite of her formal bearing. She gives a respectful nod to the new arrival. "Sister, it is delightful to have you here. There is a great deal to do that your presence will make ever so much easier. I am Adept Vaesh."

    The new faeling nods back to her in an almost mirrored fashion. But for the cut of her dress and slightly different facial features, they could truly be mirrors of one another. "Then I shall be Adept Lirran, here. I am honored to greet you."

    You leave them to their introductions and go to find Sheryl, who you inform that she should go to the city when convenient and purchase relatively minor things for your servants, should their requests be reasonable. A mention that you trust that she will show discretion with your funds leaves her nodding, and you return to the basement.

    You've had enough of having your best source of decent arcane advice be insolent and offensive. You focus on another mimir- a different one. It takes as long as ever, but when the flash comes it's hardly bound at all- not what you wanted. You dismiss it and redo the spell. This time, a cheerful skull pops into existence. When it sees you, it immediately begins chattering about vampire mages throughout history, somehow segues into a commentary on Itonian fashion, and shortly thereafter has somehow reached the mating habits of the common badger and firmly established itself in your mind as an exceedingly talkative and somewhat scatterbrained mimir.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:44 No.7790535
    Wait, what the fuck am I saying? Of course he's going to try to kill us.

    The only person we know who we could convince to kill him is Sarai, best get our gold out ;_;
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    >> Undead Monstrosity 01/27/10(Wed)02:45 No.7790542
    But at least it's strongly bound and will strive to obey you because of it. You call your apprentice shade and ask it to fill in the new mimir on your recent activities, which at least keeps the skull occupied for a while.

    With that done, your next project comes to mind- another scribe. The sprite has proven most useful, but his skill combination is rare in his type- they are not known for producing scribes. Still, you'll try anyway.

    Chanting and candles follow, and eventually another sprite appears with a flash, but it's bound only weakly and you dismiss it. A second attempt brings the same results, to your frustration, and it's only on the third time that your mind forms a clear picture, as with the faeling, and you manage to successfully get a strong binding on the newly summoned sprite.

    Yet when you ask about his skills, being a scribe is not one of them- this sprite is the more typical hunter, as evidenced by the tiny bow on its back. Frustrating, but you'll take it, you suppose.

    Most of the night is spent, so you discard plans to return to the cave and instead focus on your binding spell. Your new mimir is distracting and distractable, but just as helpful as the old for all that. By the time dawn comes, you're fairly certain that another full night of work will bring it to the point where you can perform a test.


    Yet another night. The meeting with your boyfriend creeps gradually closer. What should you do?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:47 No.7790559
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    >This time, a cheerful skull pops into existence. When it sees you, it immediately begins chattering about vampire mages throughout history, somehow segues into a commentary on Itonian fashion, and shortly thereafter has somehow reached the mating habits of the common badger and firmly established itself in your mind as an exceedingly talkative and somewhat scatterbrained mimir.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:53 No.7790614
    Visit the cave. Interrogate the prisoners about the Mimir and anything he might have told them. Work on your mental powers for several hours, both ability to command others and ability to telepathically communicate and/or influence their thoughts. Dismiss the old Mimir. Return and work on the binding spell until dawn provided no issues come up. Try to remember when the next shipment of silver from the mine will come through.

    Dispatch the Imp with a message about important information to Bryden. We really will need help here, one way or another. But if all the other anons are against it I guess we can just be suicidal instead. Sigh.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:55 No.7790634

    well bf is very fucking high level. he's known throughout the land. killed a lich. has a fucking WISH scroll in the basement (and probably has no idea how to use it)

    that's our main problem. he's such a good adventurer he pays no attention to us.

    on the other hand if he can kill a lich, he can hurt the Vampire Lord and maybe help free us.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:56 No.7790645
    I am against telling Bryden, mainly because he isn't going to help us and it will just sound like we're running to him every time we get in trouble.

    Lets prepare ourselves, but not commit to anything until we see our boyfriend.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:57 No.7790649

    Let's finish the binding spell and start testing.

    We don't have anyone who can fight our boyfriend, so we're going to have to get by on our wits and on his affections.

    If we live at least we'll have our spell.

    If we die well, then it doesn't much matter now does it?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:57 No.7790651

    Thread archived.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)02:58 No.7790654
    Which is why charging in headlong is going to get us killed. He might want to put us out of our misery due to loving memories, or some such. Problem is that while not pleasant we like being (un)alive more than being ash at this moment.

    I think the threat of an incoming epic level adventurer party that knows about vampires in this city will be enough to highly motivate both of our kin here.
    >> Duskull !!8LCSE0Zp1mL 01/27/10(Wed)02:59 No.7790663
    dunk the old skull into the acid, then

    the new one seems just as useful while being less likely to betray or deceive us

    alternatively, we could simply dismiss it, couldn't we?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:00 No.7790676
    Just dismiss it. Remember that otherworld summons know some of what goes on in this world. We don't want more enemies at this point... we have quite enough bearing down on us already.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:02 No.7790702
    I don't know about that. This particular Vampire Lord seems to be really really fucking powerful. Quite possibly more powerful than a "young" lich, or maybe even an older one.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:07 No.7790742
    Look, at this point as long as help is forthcoming we don't need to be picky about how it sounds. We have what is very possibly a short introduction to a long blade coming, and it will be both magic and silver.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:08 No.7790756

    We're probably going to be the ones who have to go all heroic sacrifice if it comes down to Master V Boyfriend no holds barred one fall no submission.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:10 No.7790783
    Depends on the circumstances. It might be better to just wait it out and see who wins.

    Almost assuredly the Lord, but hey. Maybe they have some epic loots from the last adventure or a Human Wizard in the party.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:11 No.7790797
    Oh god. We have summoned a talking wikipedia stroll.
    Maybe we can use it as a weapon, or sell it as an implement of torture?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:12 No.7790805
    Next up: TVTropes Mimir.

    Give it to the Lord and recieve freedom for curing his boredom.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:15 No.7790822

    We should keep the old one around. Just in case.
    >> Undead Monstrosity 01/27/10(Wed)03:15 No.7790826
    >>7790614 >>7790663 >>7790676
    You decide to begin the night with a trip to the cave. You move past the warling sentinel, which silently salutes, to the sounds of the mimir loudly talking. It appears to be telling some sort of tale about the stupidity of a past master to your prisoners.

    Enough of that skull; you've put up with it for too long. You walk over to the pit above which it hangs as it pointedly ignores you and continues with its tale. "I've had enough of you. Begone." You wave a hand, and the mimir vanishes back to the aether from which it came.

    The woman gasps. "Did you... did you kill him?"

    It's easy to ignore that kind of foolishness. A quick mental order to silence, and she shut up before she says something which might actually be inclined to stir some sympathy in you.

    >>7790614 >>7790649
    After a few minutes of mentally toying with your prisoners, you abandon them and return to your house. You're not going to learn much more unless you spend several nights on them, you suspect, and that will hardly be conducive to finishing your binding spell.
    >> Undead Monstrosity 01/27/10(Wed)03:16 No.7790836
    That spell consumes your focus for the remainder of the night. When you think it is finally finished, with neither your mimir nor your shade able to point out any flaws, almost an hour is still left before dawn. Tomorrow will be the fifth night, and you are to meet your boyfriend on the seventh.

    >>7790614 >>7790645
    >>7790649 >>7790654
    The thought of your boyfriend brings you more fear than ever before, where once it only brought hope. The more you think about him, the more convinced you become that he and his companions will be planning to destroy you. Should you meet him at all? Should you flee? Should you send someone in your stead, or set a trap?

    Should you tell Bryden and Sarai that someone, a slayer of liches and dragons, is coming to town to look for and maybe kill his vampire girlfriend?

    You don't know. But if you want to call on them for help, you should probably do so before dawn; Bryden at least is unlikely to appreciate being notified of such a threat any later than that. And what exactly would you say? How should you phrase it?

    What should you do? You must make a decision.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:18 No.7790848
    I'm beginning to get highly suspicious about that faeling. It seems to be up to something, and I don't like it. Are fae the same sneaky bastards as they in folklore in this setting? If so, maybe they found some loophole in the binding and are working towards their own agenda?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:24 No.7790887

    Bryden won't want to kill him. If anything he'll want to aim our boyfriend straight at the vampire lord and hope our stalwart hero can cut him down.

    Sarai won't fight him for us. She's not bad to us, but she has no interest compelling enough to fight him.

    Telling Bryden just complicates the situation, hell it makes it likely we get turned into a pawn in his game. I think we should just watch and wait and see what happens.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:29 No.7790932
    I like our faeling.

    I am afraid that I have come into posession of some extremely disturbing information that could result both in revelations that you, S, and I would all find most unfortunate as well as in personal danger to all of us. I will have a small request regarding the handling of this matter but will otherwise defer to your more experienced judgement. To assure you of magnitude; the threat is of such a scale that your sister was unable to prevent some of her possessions from being taken and was forced to personally intervene to usher her people to safety.

    You might wish to involve S in this matter as well, I will leave the choice to you."
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:32 No.7790958
    I say we send our boyfriend another message. It should read that we want to meet him at the tavern near the docks where we met the smugglers, alone. Find out what he wants, what he intends to do. Also we should send him on a total guilt trip and make him feel like all this is his fault, and that he failed to protect us. We should probably cry at some point. If he intends to stake us, we cann make a scene, cry out that he intends to murder us and our "unborn baby" and then run away. If the situation goes south, then we inform our fellow vamps.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:33 No.7790967

    "Please be more ambiguous. I'll make sure to give you an opportunity. Soon."
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:34 No.7790978

    It may be prudent to simply ignore the ex-BF and simply not meet him.
    He will assume we have been waylaid. Probably will kill Bryden.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:34 No.7790982
    It just means we want to talk to him, christ. What do you want us to write? "Hey, some heros are coming and know we are vampires."

    Yeah, that would surely go well if it somehow fell into the wrong hands.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:35 No.7790990

    Yeah... no.

    We keep him out of the city and out of the way of the other vampires. That way we don't get caught up in any plots, he doesn't start a vampire panic that winds us getting us killed even if we survive, and we have exactly the same chance of getting through this on our wits.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:37 No.7791015

    And if he doesn't? Vengeful Bryden.

    Hell if he does? Vampire Panic.

    If our boyfreind goes to Itonia it will cause trouble for us. We need to head him off.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:38 No.7791027
    We aren't going to tell any other vampires, they are not our "brethren" and would just get in our way or not act in our best interest.

    Our boyfriend isn't the enemy yet. For now we just have to safely discern his motives, perhaps by utilizing illusions by the fae.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:38 No.7791031
    I think I figured out what Sheryl wants. What any Cinderella would want, to marry a prince. That's why Vaesh was talking bloodlines and other stuff the previous night, to figure out who to marry. Guess what guys, we just turned into a motherfucking fairy godmother. Well, our faelings did, but still, pretty damn cool.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:39 No.7791044
    With orders to our servants to warn out allies and customers should we not return after the meeting should have taken place.
    Tell Sheryl about the upcoming meeting, and ask if she would like to accompany us to it.

    Have the Earth Spirit and the extra Sprite fashion a meeting place out in the woods that would be fitting and comfortable for us to meet, yet secretly provide us favorable advantage for a quick getaway (unusually thick, maze-like branches/hedges/thorns with an escape path we can memorize)
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:40 No.7791054
    He might be, or might not. Hope for the best case but prepare for the worst. We get Bryden in on it and have him promise not to kill our ex then go meet with them ourselves before time for the ambush. If it turns out they won't be MAIM KILL BURN on us then we can tell them about the ambush or whatever we want from there. If they want to CLEAVE AND SMITE we just duck out and let the ambush happen.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:41 No.7791063
    And we have to convince him not to hunt the the other vampires, as it is dangerous to him AND you.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:43 No.7791076
    what is he going to do, alert all the priests in town to go on a vampire hunt?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:43 No.7791080

    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:43 No.7791084
    Do you people hear yourselves? Yeah, sure, let's get him to give up on avenging his bride and freeing her from her vampiric curse through PRETTY WORDS. He's not a fucking hero or anything. He hasn't slain dragons and liches or whatever for reasons less personal to him. Oh no.

    He'll give up if we ask nice and we won't need a confrontation.

    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:44 No.7791092
    I still don't like this. It's double-dealing and manipulative. WITH OUR OWN LOVE. I thought we were trying to NOT be evil.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:46 No.7791120
    We don't need to involve Bryden, if we do, it's out of our hands. We're capable of dealing with this ourselves. Boyfriend doesn't even know what we're capable of short of being a newly sired vampire.

    And we would absolutely not just "let an ambush happen", we are not out to kill him- even if he wants to kill us.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:46 No.7791122

    we're ALREADY EVIL.

    We are superior to humans now. We need not love, when we can obtain POWER. One day, even Lichdom!
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:47 No.7791133
    He isn't our love anymore. He ignored us and now look at where we are. We've always been ignored and put down. Boyfriend, Vampire Lord, whatever. But now we aren't just a helpless little girl. Now we can show him that he can't just ignore us!

    We always disliked his adeventuring party anyway. If they die it will serve them right. He will be fine, and that's what matters. He will be able to see what has happened to us because of him, and how we won't just stand around like a wallflower anymore!

    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:47 No.7791138

    He's a hero. It's not inconceivable he's going to find a way to fix us either.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:47 No.7791139
    We can tell him what we are and how it happened to us. Tell him that it's everything we can do to keep ahold of our humanity. We want to be free, we want to be rid of this. Can the Wish scroll do that? At the very least, can it stop us from becoming a total monster?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:48 No.7791149
    Okay, kidding aside, I'd like to point out that this confrontation is what we've been hoping for since we started this quest. We finally have his attention and now everyone wants to what, abandon the overarching goal of this entire quest? I saw we go in and meet him, face to face. No ambushes, no treachery, just a escape route in mind should the cleric in his party get any ideas.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:49 No.7791160
    >We're capable of dealing with this ourselves.
    >implying we could even annoy a lich, much less kill one
    >implying there isn't a good chance he might cleave and smite us to "free" us of the curse

    Oh wow. No. We need backup.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:49 No.7791162

    How about no.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:50 No.7791179
    I think after all of this he would never take us for granted ever again. Ever. I mean, Jesus fuck.

    And the minute you start thinking you are above humans is the moment you sink beneath them.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:50 No.7791182
    What is preventing us from meeting him personally BUT STILL HAVING ALLIES AS A BACKUP IF IT SHOULD FAIL?

    Jesus. Plan ahead and if we can deal with it ourselves good. If we can't then we aren't completely screwed when shit hits the fan.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:51 No.7791192

    I would like to say that since Girlfriend Quest turned into Vampire Quest, our overarching goal has changed. Sure, back in the castle it would have been nice if he rescued us from Andy.

    Where the fuck was he? We had to fix her ourselves. Now we're on the path to POWER and our overall goals in un-life should change as well. Sure we need to be free of the Vampire Lord but we can do that by ourselves.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:51 No.7791195
    This. We have to meet him face to face in order to find out his reaction to all of this, and to sway him if we have to. Doing things by proxy will just make him that much more suspicious and think much less of us.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:53 No.7791208

    Because our allies are not our allies! Bryden, Sarai and the Master ARE NOT OUR ALLIES! We can maybe trust our summons. Keep the faeling perhaps, but not any of the others.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:53 No.7791212
    The problem is a lot of the allies we have to choose from don't give to craps about our love. In fact, they'll probably rip him to shreds regardless of what we wish.

    Besides, the Vampire Lord is going to crash our meeting anyway.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:54 No.7791218
    Fine. We meet him. We and our KATANA IMP ARMY
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:54 No.7791222
    I actually agree with this.

    This is not Girlfriend Quest. It has evolved into something else. Vampire Survival Quest maybe? Hell if I know, but this meeting with our Ex-BF is going to be a major turning point. We don't have to rely on him anymore. When we did it in the past it got us ignored. When he had the chance to save us he wasn't there. You can't tell me our heroine wouldn't be bitter about all this. She would be fucking seething if not for, you know, being dead and emo.

    This is where we finally break away from him and become our own person. Vampire. Whatever.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:54 No.7791226
    He isn't going to go through the city trying to root out vampires. It's not like he needs to know about any besides us and the Vampire Lord.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:56 No.7791233
    How do you know this? Vampires killed and enslaved his "true love". Motherfucker is going to be a hate-fueled vampire raping machine.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:56 No.7791240

    I would like to remind you that our boyfriend and his party managed to kill a fucking LICH. And kept his pixie servant in a glass bottle for god knows how long. And he's famous enough to know the King back home. He can fucking marry a noble or even a princess if he really wanted to.

    He's still coming for YOU.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:58 No.7791255
    Well yeah, it's a quest hook. Of course he is.

    And then he's going to go marry a princess after he's done smiting. Fucking bastard. We should have equipped some Vagina Dentata when we had the chance.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)03:59 No.7791271

    if they didn't get the phylactery, it doesn't count as a lich-kill
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:00 No.7791277
    >implying we're trying to kill him
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:00 No.7791281
    > Besides, the Vampire Lord is going to crash our meeting anyway.

    Knowing the DM... but at least that'll end the quest!
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:02 No.7791295
    Actually a "vampire", not "vampires". Why would he go after anyone but the Vampire Lord.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:02 No.7791297
    But does love not conquer all in the end?

    Somewhere inside there must surely be the little girl that believes that love is still the strongest force in this world...
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:05 No.7791323
    That little girl died a little bit every time her prince ignored her in favor of more questan.

    Then she died for real when a vampire sucked out her blood.

    Then she became seriously bitter and depressed when she was tortured for weeks on end and her prince didn't rescue her.

    Now that prince finally shows up and is expecting... what? Us to lay down and die? A happy ending? We can't know, and we really don't care.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:05 No.7791325
    I vote that we become embittered toward him and meet him to tell him that it's over and get the fuck out of our un-life. We'll sort things out the vampire way.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:06 No.7791330
    High five, vampire bro.
    >> Duskull !!8LCSE0Zp1mL 01/27/10(Wed)04:07 No.7791339
    voting for direct verbal confrontation

    if shit goes down he'll have some minions to go through before he gets to us
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:10 No.7791358
    Where do you people get the idea that he's coming to kill us? His last message said he'll try to fix it. maybe he'll go on a quest for a wish scroll to cure us?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:12 No.7791368
    I'd like to think he's not, but "I'll make this right" could very well be epic fighter for "Cut her head off with a magic sword".
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:14 No.7791389
    Fine, we're going to have to meet him anyway. I vote we at least dress up in something pretty, but we don't hide what we are. Show him we're not the same girl he left behind but there's still a place in our heart for him.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:15 No.7791398

    Adventurer party vs Imps and little fairies AHAHAHAHAH OH WOW
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:16 No.7791402
    And have a back-up plan to bug out.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:17 No.7791412
    If all else fails, we can throw our mimir at them. They'll get mesmerized by his scintillating conversation.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:18 No.7791421

    Have the faelings cast illusions and run like hell.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:20 No.7791439
    UM went to bed.
    >> Duskull !!8LCSE0Zp1mL 01/27/10(Wed)04:21 No.7791450
    no consensus :/
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:21 No.7791451
    How many groups have you played with that didn't mean that when they said "I'll make this right!"?

    It always fucking involves smiting. No exceptions.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:22 No.7791463
    I doubt we will get any more consensus than we already have. Too many people simply fixated on the idea that he is still our loving boyfriend who will cure us of our affliction with his manly essence. Not enough people who understand that as an undead abomination you need backup plans even if you hope things go well.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:23 No.7791473
    We're making this too complicated for him. He has to try to appease all of us.
    >> Undead Monstrosity 01/27/10(Wed)04:23 No.7791477
    >>7791015 >>7791027
    Thoughts run through your mind, tumbling one after another.

    You can't meet your boyfriend alone. If he tries to kill you, you need to be ready. You should contact Bryden, Sarai, anyone else you can get your hands on and tell them to be ready in case something goes wrong.

    But... If you tell Bryden, what would he do? Send minions after your boyfriend? Try and get him to attack the vampire lord who made you all in another of his rebellions? As much as you feel like you need help, you just can't see Bryden helping you for your own sake, and can't think of a reason that doing things your way would be in his interests- even if you knew what your way was! He has his own motives, and they're not yours. Sarai, likewise; she might be friendly, but she's not going to put her neck on the line for you without a very compelling reason that you simply can't provide. They're hardly the sort of allies that you need.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:24 No.7791483

    well DM's job is to sort it out if there's no consensus
    >> Undead Monstrosity 01/27/10(Wed)04:24 No.7791485
    With a laugh, you decide: You'll face the music alone. Oh, your servants might be with you, but you'll be the one running things. Tell anyone else, and the decision making might leave your hands, and you won't let that happen. Your boyfriend, your past, your problem. You won't let him reach the city and cause a panic like Bryden fears; you'll handle this with your wits and your emotions, and win or lose on your own merits.

    You lie back on the roof of your home and stare at the stars. Win or lose, you'd thought. What would win this for you? Vague dreams of becoming human again are too wispy for you to grasp or really believe. The thought that your boyfriend might love you even as a vampire is too impossible- he's spent too much of his life smiting evil. Unless he can fix your condition completely, he'll merely see destroying you as putting to rest the body of his beloved, who died more than a month ago when bitten in an alley.

    The more you think on it, the more you realize that you're circling around the same idea again and again.

    A win would be to get your ex-boyfriend, because he's not your current boyfriend in any meaningful sense, to go away.

    If he had come a month ago, you'd have embraced him with open arms. But you've been through too much. Your new thoughts and dreams are full of darkness, power, and blood, and he has no part in them except as the one who failed to save you long ago.
    >> Undead Monstrosity 01/27/10(Wed)04:25 No.7791492
    But you need a clean cut. You need to be free of your past. You're going to meet with him, face to face, and tell him your story as best you can... at least, the parts that are relevant... and break up with him.

    The sheer boldness of your plan strikes you, and for a moment you are convinced that it's lunacy, but you shake it off. If you don't get this done, then one way or another it'll be the end of you- on your ex's sword as he chases you to the ends of the earth or by your own hand as you walk into the sun, pining for what you've lost. The fact that he faces dragons and liches doesn't matter, the fact that you're hardly a child by vampire standards doesn't matter, the fact that you know all of a half-dozen spells doesn't matter.

    You'll face him alone, and you'll declare yourself a true vampiress, a dark sorceress like you once aspired to be.

    And one way or another, things will end.

    ((This concludes tonight's Vampire Bride Quest. Tune in next time- tomorrow, 1200-1500 and continuing for many hours!- for what may or may not turn out to be the exciting conclusion!))
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:25 No.7791495


    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:25 No.7791500
    Actually, "I'll make this right" usually follows someone fucking up royally. Tends to happen after someone rolls a one or someone gets killed because the damn thief wanted to see what was behind the giant golden door.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:26 No.7791504

    Nice. Thank you.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:27 No.7791510
    >Not enough people who understand that as an undead abomination you need backup plans even if you hope things go well.

    Uh, I'm pretty sure having a back-up plan has been suggested by everyone; varying in degrees of "ambush with our vampire clan" to "bug out with illusion magic".
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:27 No.7791516
    >With orders to our servants to warn out allies and customers should we not return after the meeting should have taken place.
    Tell Sheryl about the upcoming meeting, and ask if she would like to accompany us to it.
    >Have the Earth Spirit and the extra Sprite fashion a meeting place out in the woods that would be fitting and comfortable for us to meet, yet secretly provide us favorable advantage for a quick getaway (unusually thick, maze-like branches/hedges/thorns with an escape path we can memorize)

    I stand by my words. I want Sheryl with us to non-verbally hint at him that we aren't all evil, and that we are trying.
    I want a place made for the meeting to show how much we care about this meeting, and him.
    I want a secret getaway because I personally like our pale, pretty, collective necks.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:30 No.7791539
    I think that will please everyone, good job.

    Now I can sleep... maybe.

    Can't sleep, class will get me. Can't sleep, class will get me. Can't sleep, class will get me.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:30 No.7791546
    >You're going to meet with him, face to face, and tell him your story as best you can... at least, the parts that are relevant... and break up with him.

    Dun, dun, DUUUN.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:31 No.7791550
    we're officially evil ;____;
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:32 No.7791566
    No, we are just non-good.

    Well. Maybe a little evil. But hey, shit happens.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:32 No.7791567

    Ozfag here. Now you know how I feel when UM starts this quest thread at 3 fucking AM Adelaide time when I was supposed to go to bed :(
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:34 No.7791585
    Hey UM, just posting to say "thank-you" and that you're a very competent DM.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:35 No.7791598
    >And he's famous enough to know the King back home.

    It's decided. King must die!
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:36 No.7791615

    >> Undead Monstrosity 01/27/10(Wed)04:38 No.7791630
    ...at least I kept it running until you woke up, right? I mean, it's now 0330 here. I would think that a ~12-hour schedule would have some compatibility with most time zones.

    I do hope it pleases everyone; for a while there I thought I wasn't going to be able to come up with anything, but eventually things coalesced a bit.

    No, thank you. Really, the willingness of the players to take this quest seriously is what's made it possible as much as my inexplicable tendency towards excessive wordage and staying online doing little but this for a day at a time.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:40 No.7791644
    So we can replace him with brainwashed crown prince married to Sheryl.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:42 No.7791667
    >...at least I kept it running until you woke up, right? I mean, it's now 0330 here. I would think that a ~12-hour schedule would have some compatibility with most time zones.

    How do you manage that? Freelancer, unemployed or just taking care of little child?
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:43 No.7791679
    The Vampires are growing ever bolder, Sire.
    In fact... they are in this room!
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:44 No.7791685
    you guys are assholes..
    when this was girlfriend quest, I played it because it was the only fucking quest thread where the ultimate goal isn't to acquire more power - it's to get married.

    now we're just another generic /tg/ quest thread, except that we have boobs and look like Winry.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:49 No.7791748
    Obviously, he's an undead monstrosity. Or he's insane. Or awesome. Or all three.
    >> Undead Monstrosity 01/27/10(Wed)04:56 No.7791829
    >>7791667 >>7791748
    Just unemployed. No one will give me a job, the bastards. I spend most of my time looking when I'm not doing this, these days.

    I admit, this quest has taken a turn for the more standard over the past few threads. But no one can sustain continual emotional trauma forever without breaking or becoming numb to it, and I didn't think I could write the first in a manner which would remain interesting and appealing to play.

    That said, even at this point I was uncertain how the last decision here would turn out. Even now you could have gone for a "please love me even though I've done such horrible things" end. Our nameless protagonist is pretty bloodstained at this point, so "I'm still trying to be good and love you" was pretty much out the window as an option. But there are much worse roads that you could be walking; every thread it seems like at least one person is urging for the total psychopath route.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)04:58 No.7791859
    We could turn the bf into a vampire
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)05:00 No.7791885

    this idea, it is made of genius and win
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)05:02 No.7791911
    > the willingness of the players to take this quest seriously

    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)05:04 No.7791929

    Yeah, there are all those legends about vampires carrying off women, turning them into vampires and then marrying.
    Why not do that with the roles reveresed.

    This would keep the people wanting the marriage happy and the people wanting absolute power happy.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)09:16 No.7793879

    We meet with the BF one last time without pretensions. If he can turn us human again - or even, if he's willing to live with us despite our being a vampire - then we take him back and go back to being lovers.

    If he's unwilling to accept us, or help us to try and turn human again, then the relationship is over.

    And if he attacks us despite our overtures and attempts to help/warn him, then we feel betrayed, and might just try to eat/drain/turn him.
    >> Anonymous 01/27/10(Wed)09:18 No.7793894

    I surely hope that the next time will be exciting but not the last. You are currently the only reason for me to visit /tg/.
    >> Undead Monstrosity 01/27/10(Wed)13:55 No.7796353
    My sincerest apologies to all my dedicated players, but I will not be able to run Vampire Bride Quest today as initially planned. The session will have to be delayed until either Friday or sometime early next week.

    I regret any confusion this causes, but unfortunately can't do anything about it.

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