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    30 KB Zerg Quest XXXIX Cerebrate Anon 04/20/11(Wed)21:30 No.14662402  

    Colonna, a former Terran outpost turned VoidGate construction site, squirms with Zerg. Olayhus, another former Terran world that fell to VoidGate, is now nothing more than a frightfully irradiated field of debris over an equally irradiated ball of rock. VoidGate's homeworld is still without power after our attack. Records show three more Terran worlds likely to house VoidGate complexes.

    On Xenta, our newest attempt at creating a cerebrate continues. The evolving creature writhes within its fleshy cocoon. We watch as it stretches upward, blood vessels bursting as the creature tears through its covering. The flesh collapses to the Creep for reabsorption as we look at the result.

    A new voice in our mind announces itself. It asks if it has a name.
    >> TUMCAMP 04/20/11(Wed)21:35 No.14662439
    >> TUMCAMP 04/20/11(Wed)21:37 No.14662464
    Also, lets send dropserves to the three other planets to check.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/20/11(Wed)21:40 No.14662498
    (Minecraft has ACHIEVEMENTS now? I don't stand a chance of leaving the house tomorrow, now.)
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/20/11(Wed)21:44 No.14662531
    (You want to name the newest cerebrate of the Swarm, destined to interface with a planet-sized computer...Clyde?)
    >> TUMCAMP 04/20/11(Wed)21:49 No.14662590
    You have a problem with the Cerabrate Logrithmic Yodeling Database Emulator?
    >> TUCAMP 04/20/11(Wed)21:50 No.14662603
    I can't spell my own name today
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/20/11(Wed)21:50 No.14662614
    (Logarithmic Yodeling? I don't know. Bernie might feel jealous of the audacity)
    >> Anonymous 04/20/11(Wed)21:53 No.14662653
    Seconding sending dropservers to suspected VoidGate-held worlds, also suggesting Cipher as the name for our new cerebrate.
    >> TUCAMP 04/20/11(Wed)21:53 No.14662659
    I was having trouble think of Y words. Though I do like the acronym idea.
    >> Rennac !!5oWag1SzNUs 04/20/11(Wed)21:57 No.14662699
    Zergputer. Easy.
    >> TUCAMP 04/20/11(Wed)21:57 No.14662701
    How about Ivan, Integrated Vernticles And Neurons
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/20/11(Wed)21:58 No.14662712
    We continue pondering names.

    Odd thoughts cross our mind, such as Clyde. More traditional computer-themed names like Cipher or Daemon filter through, as well. Zerg-centric ones occur to us. Cyberbrate. Robobrate. Digibrate. That sort of thing.
    >> TUCAMP 04/20/11(Wed)21:58 No.14662718
    Infested Video And Networks
    >> TUCAMP 04/20/11(Wed)22:03 No.14662759
    Maybe Boris, Big Original Registry Infestation Service
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/20/11(Wed)22:10 No.14662853
    Mental Operator Of Stupendous Non-Standard QUasi-Infinite Reckoning Laptop?
    >> Ken !TrollKenUE 04/20/11(Wed)22:12 No.14662876
    Obviously the new cerabrate is named Robobrate.
    >> Ken !TrollKenUE 04/20/11(Wed)22:12 No.14662884
    I second the first option that is not an acronym of any kind.
    >> Anonymous 04/20/11(Wed)22:13 No.14662895
    I am supporting Cypher as the name of this new cerebrate.
    >> TUCAMP 04/20/11(Wed)22:14 No.14662901
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/20/11(Wed)22:14 No.14662905
    (Sudden windfall of votes for Cipher?)
    >> Ken !TrollKenUE 04/20/11(Wed)22:15 No.14662913
    Yes, as long as it's not an acronym for anything.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/20/11(Wed)22:15 No.14662916
    Jes, Natasha. Vee get moosnsquirl.
    >> Rennac !!5oWag1SzNUs 04/20/11(Wed)22:15 No.14662917
    In hindsight... 100% in support of Cyberbrate.
    >> Anonymous 04/20/11(Wed)22:15 No.14662919

    We are NOT the Overmind, though we are creating pseudo/semi-cerebrates.

    Ask it what it thinks its name should be. It will be a test of its sapience and we might be able to get a rough feel for its personality. Also it might placate nargil a bit.
    >> Techbrate 04/20/11(Wed)22:15 No.14662921

    Obviously is must be named CAVE

    Cerebrate and virtual emulator.

    He must speak with a 50's american accent.
    >> TUCAMP 04/20/11(Wed)22:15 No.14662922
    But Cipher is a dull name,
    >> Anonymous 04/20/11(Wed)22:18 No.14662949
    Sure, let's go with that.
    >> TUCAMP 04/20/11(Wed)22:18 No.14662957
    The name will be Captain Wrong-Way Peachfuzz!
    That works too. But, adding "and Infested Networks" would make it "CAVE IN." Take that VoidGate.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/20/11(Wed)22:19 No.14662971
    In the interest of this entire thread not being an acronym contest, can we decisively vote on one of the names put forward so far?

    Clyde, Boris, Zergputer, Ivan, Boris, Robobrate, or Cyberbrate?
    >> cypher 04/20/11(Wed)22:20 No.14662985
    I live!
    Seriously, its been a long time since I have used this name.

    So Cypher for the new Cerabrate?
    works for me.
    >> Anonymous 04/20/11(Wed)22:23 No.14663022
    You did not include Cypher as one of the choices, even though it's currently leading in votes.
    >> Rennac !!5oWag1SzNUs 04/20/11(Wed)22:25 No.14663032
    >> TUCAMP 04/20/11(Wed)22:25 No.14663034
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/20/11(Wed)22:25 No.14663045
    Whoa. My bad. I must have seen Clyde and thought it was Cipher.
    >> Anonymous 04/20/11(Wed)22:26 No.14663046
    >> Ken !TrollKenUE 04/20/11(Wed)22:26 No.14663051
    I am in support of whatever is NOT an acronym.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/20/11(Wed)22:29 No.14663085
    That would be Cipher, or any of the ones that end in 'brate.
    >> Anonymous 04/20/11(Wed)22:31 No.14663097

    Cipherbrate, then.
    >> Anonymous 04/20/11(Wed)22:31 No.14663099
    >> Anonymous 04/20/11(Wed)22:32 No.14663116
    >> TUCAMP 04/20/11(Wed)22:33 No.14663120
    In the interest of compromise, how about we go with Unnameable as the name of the cerebrate.
    >> Anonymous 04/20/11(Wed)22:35 No.14663152
    No. I cannot support that decision.
    My vote is still to Cipher.
    >> TUCAMP 04/20/11(Wed)22:36 No.14663167
    I thought it was clever due to the Lovecraft reference.
    >> Anonymous 04/20/11(Wed)22:39 No.14663197
    Yeah, I saw the reference, but no. It's not a good name for something that is not a Bernie abomination.
    >> TUCAMP 04/20/11(Wed)22:43 No.14663247
    We're plopping a cerebrate onto a planet sized computer in the hopes of learning all of voidgate's stuff, if this goes wrong we will have made a horrible abomination, Nargil certainly thinks we've made one already.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/20/11(Wed)22:44 No.14663256

    Cyberbrate takes a moment to acclimatize itself with the world, then asks us what we wish of it.

    A dropserver arrives over what was once a Terran arsenal world, Brullant VI. This world's people and industry manufactured, stored, marketed, and sold a wide range of weapons for both the civilian and government markets. When it dropped off the grid, Fear gripped the Confederacy. It is obvious from our initial scans that VoidGate is here. The debris and slight nuclear fallout littering the star system are telltale signs by this point. Detector satellites are in orbit, so a close approach is inadvisable, but first reports indicated a LOT of movement on the surface.

    Conversely, Dufay II, the inhabited world in the Dufay Majora system, is missing entirely. The fallout and debris are there. The first planet is there. The planet...is not.
    >> Anonymous 04/20/11(Wed)22:48 No.14663300
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    go and like get all in that computer mainframe and integrate technology with our consciousness, bro. Shit will be awesome
    >> TUCAMP 04/20/11(Wed)22:50 No.14663324
    Well, at least it's what we all agreed to call it in the last thread. Let's check the last potential voidgate world, then air the dropserver footage of Brullant VI and the other one if voidgate is there. No reason to let kingston keep those nukes.
    >> Ken !TrollKenUE 04/20/11(Wed)22:51 No.14663326
    Project where the 2nd planet in Dufay Majora would be from navigational charts and past movement data. It's obviously still there, just cloaked.

    Brullant VI should be filmed on ZergTV and Kingston'd.
    >> Anonymous 04/20/11(Wed)22:54 No.14663370
    Cyberbrate is to be transported to Dagobah and integrated into the VoidGate computer system under the watchful ministrations of Labbrate and Internbrate.

    As for the Dufay Majora system, continue sweeping it and analyzing it to see what happened to Dufay II.

    What is the progress of Nuke World?
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/20/11(Wed)23:00 No.14663431
    Labbrate arranges for a Creep coverage to precede Cyberbrate, allowing it to take root over the processing center of Dagobah. It begins intertwining with the circuitry.

    Footage of Brullant is a little more vague than that of Olayhus was, since we can't get close, but one can tell that the world is no longer Terran, and the continents are still recognizable enough to confirm the location. If we decide to send this information to Kingston, we will need another story, though. We only goaded him into attacking before by claiming that the fleet in orbit was preparing to invade. There is no fleet, here.

    After some quick number crunching, Internbrate determines where Dufay II ought to be. As the dropserver pulls closer, the instruments suddenly indicate a massive cloaking field, and a gravity well. The ship turns sharply to avoid a fatal descent into an invisible atmosphere.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/20/11(Wed)23:02 No.14663451
    Toaster is happy to announce that we have 22 nuclear missiles ready to fire, with infrastructure laid for another 20 by the day's end.
    >> Anonymous 04/20/11(Wed)23:03 No.14663477
    Pull the Dropserver back from Dufay II, and send in a Cloaked Overlord in its place. We need to see just how VoidGate is able to generate such a massive cloak, and what it's doing.

    Also, we need a status on Nuke World and on our military production and resource stores.
    >> Anonymous 04/20/11(Wed)23:04 No.14663486
    Tell Toaster that it has done well. Continue non-stop production of nukes.
    >> TUCAMP 04/20/11(Wed)23:06 No.14663510
    Can we get a dropserver to the third potential planet?
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/20/11(Wed)23:07 No.14663517
    We...never actually built a third one.

    Which planet do you want to quit watching?
    >> Anonymous 04/20/11(Wed)23:08 No.14663522
    Well, let's build another Dropserver, then!
    >> TUCAMP 04/20/11(Wed)23:10 No.14663537
    >> Anonymous 04/20/11(Wed)23:14 No.14663578
    Pull the Dropserver from Dufay II, and send it to the third VoidGate candidate world.
    Have a cloaked Overlord take up duties on Dufay II, and attempt to penetrate the cloaking field.

    And construct more dropservers.
    >> Ken !TrollKenUE 04/20/11(Wed)23:16 No.14663593
    How expensive is a dropserver? We should try to have 8, so build an extra 6, if they're not extremely expensive.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/20/11(Wed)23:19 No.14663618
    It takes a few hours, but we churn out another of our bastardized machines.

    Aleman Beta, a former governmentally-unaffiliated colony (read: major pirate haven), was, militarily and fiscally, nearly as powerful as Umoja...before contact was lost. Despite the fear caused by such a powerful entity seemingly falling off the face of the galaxy, most of the Confederate citizenry was alright with the nuisance of this "pirate empire" being gone.

    Our first impression of the planet is that it is smaller than we expected. We confirm this to be caused by the four unique craft that appear to be tearing parts of the crust away from the planet and carrying it to a large facility orbiting the sun. We don't read any detector satellites.
    >> Anonymous 04/20/11(Wed)23:21 No.14663639
    Move the dropserver closer to one of those unique ships, and begin passive scanning. I want Labbrate to analyze the footage later.
    Follow the ship to the processing plant and see what's being constructed. Once we've collected all the useful passive data, begin active scanning.
    >> TUCAMP 04/20/11(Wed)23:21 No.14663640
    We must investigate this facility near the star.
    >> Ken !TrollKenUE 04/20/11(Wed)23:24 No.14663666
    Okay, so one planet is Massively Cloaked, one has Cloaked Detectors (or no detectors), and the other has Cloaked Detectors (or no detectors).
    Either their fleets are cloaked, or not present.

    I'd say, we need to orbital bombard the everloving shite out of one of the planets. I'd go for:
    Brullant VI first, since it's obviously already active
    Then Dufay II, since it's cloaked and we're not sure. The unknown is usualy not good
    Finally, Aleman Beta, since it'll take a long time for their sun facility to get up and running.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/20/11(Wed)23:27 No.14663690
    The craft are massive, but simple. They gather broad swathes of the planet's surface, break free of its gravity, and deliver their cargo to the satellite.

    The satellite is similarly massive, but appears incredibly complex. We aren't even sure exactly what it is doing, though it appears to have just recently begun operation. There are several massive panels nearby, being dragged into heliocentric orbits by what appear to be modified VoidGate combat craft.

    Labbrate feels awestruck.
    >> Ken !TrollKenUE 04/20/11(Wed)23:27 No.14663691
    Our production should focus on Space power - Orbital ships with the power to bombard a planet, and smaller ships that can defend the Big guns while in orbit. This seems to be where Google is weak.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/20/11(Wed)23:29 No.14663714
    (In case you missed it, Brullant has a fully functional detector satellite grid in place)
    >> TUCAMP 04/20/11(Wed)23:30 No.14663718
    I do not like Voidgate trying to reconstruct itself by rebuilding a planet.
    >> Anonymous 04/20/11(Wed)23:30 No.14663723
    No. Your plan is flawed and a waste of resources.

    Cerebrate, have the Dropserver in the Brullant system begin patrolling the system to see if there are any cloaked fleets.
    We need the cloaked Overlord in the Dufay system to penetrate Dufay II's cloaking field to see what's going on.
    Finally we need to see what the ships and orbital facility are in the Aleman Beta system.
    Since Aleman Beta is still under construction, it should be our first priority to attack its weak defenses and attempt to capture the facility.
    >> Ken !TrollKenUE 04/20/11(Wed)23:32 No.14663739
    Right, that makes sense. Alemann Beta first, and after we see through the cloaking field, we can choose which target to go after next.
    >> Anonymous 04/20/11(Wed)23:32 No.14663743
    VoidGate is trying to build a StarForge. We must not allow that to happen, and we must also capture it and take it for ourselves.

    Why do you keep on spouting terrible ideas and plans? Why don't you just shut up.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/20/11(Wed)23:32 No.14663747
    Plans so far:
    Attack Brullant: 1
    Attack Aleman: 1
    Try to get Kingston to attack Brullant: 1

    Am I missing anything?
    >> Ken !TrollKenUE 04/20/11(Wed)23:35 No.14663767
    These so-called "terrible" ideas and plans seem pretty good!
    Why are you so mad?
    >> Anonymous 04/20/11(Wed)23:35 No.14663768
    You need to put up the recon plans for Brullant and Dufay.
    >> TUCAMP 04/20/11(Wed)23:35 No.14663780
    I'm sure we can send a dozen cloaked overlord into the cloaked planet to see what's going on, no need to be particularly careful with cloaked overlords.
    >> Anonymous 04/20/11(Wed)23:36 No.14663788
    No one supports your ideas That should be an indication of whether your ideas are good ones or not.

    I've seen this trend in all of the quests that you post in; your ideas are generally considered ill-thought out and wasteful.
    You contribute nothing of value.
    >> TUCAMP 04/20/11(Wed)23:37 No.14663790
    Attack Aleman
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/20/11(Wed)23:37 No.14663791
    Attack Brullant: 0
    Attack Aleman: 2
    Try to get Kingston to attack Brullant: 1
    Fly all around Brullant to check for cloaked ships: 1
    Get closer to Dufay to see what's going on: 1
    >> Ken !TrollKenUE 04/20/11(Wed)23:37 No.14663807
    >your ideas are generally considered ill-thought out and wasteful
    By you, maybe. :P
    >> Anonymous 04/20/11(Wed)23:38 No.14663819
    Attack Aleman
    Fly around Brullant to find any cloaked fleets.
    Send in cloaked overlords to find out what's going on with Dufay.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/20/11(Wed)23:38 No.14663821
    Zerg Quest has a long and storied history of bad plans and bad decisions!

    He'll fit right in!
    >> Ken !TrollKenUE 04/20/11(Wed)23:39 No.14663833
    What would it take to convince Kingston to attack another planet? What did we do last time? Can it be redone, or are there differences between then and now? If so, what's different? Should be possible, with some thought.
    >> Ken !TrollKenUE 04/20/11(Wed)23:41 No.14663860
    Seems wise. Build 1 more Dropserver in case our current one gets picked off.

    What, in your opinion, was the biggest messup plan thus far this quest?
    >> TUCAMP 04/20/11(Wed)23:42 No.14663865
    >Fly all around Brullant to check for cloaked ships
    >Get closer to Dufay to see what's going on
    Cloaked overlords everywhere.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/20/11(Wed)23:43 No.14663879
    There was a gigantic fleet over that world that we didn't want to deal with. We broadcast to all of the remaining Confederates that it was an invasion force aimed at them (even though it wasn't) and that we were too busy striking at key staging points to devote resources to the battle (we weren't).

    There's no fleet, here. It's just a world with a serious amount of stuff going down on the surface that we can't quite make out because of the intense detection grid.

    Attack Aleman: 4 (Ok, then)
    Try to get Kingston to attack Brullant: 1
    Fly all around Brullant to check for cloaked ships: 2
    Get closer to Dufay to see what's going on: 2

    Should we go, or do you want simultaneous ops, here?
    >> Anonymous 04/20/11(Wed)23:45 No.14663904
    I want simultaneous ops. The attack on Aleman may provoke a response from the other planets and I want cloaked Overlords and dropservers ready to record everything.
    >> Ken !TrollKenUE 04/20/11(Wed)23:46 No.14663909
    Focus on one at a time, as long as we aren't pulling trump cards or surprise tactics. Better to concentrate our forces on one target at a time - it may give Voidgate more time to prepare, but while you can prepare for new technology or trickery, you can't exactly 'prepare' for SEVERAL FLEETS' WORTH OF RAW JOULES OF EXPLOSIVE AND LASER-RELATED ENERGY.
    >> TUCAMP 04/20/11(Wed)23:46 No.14663912
    1) Letting Kingston escape the Magellan
    2) Picking to wrong Void Seeker.
    3) Telling VoidGate the time
    >> TUCAMP 04/20/11(Wed)23:48 No.14663936
    I'm in favor of simultaneous ops and sending cloaked overlords at the other 2 planets, cloaked overlords everywhere.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/20/11(Wed)23:49 No.14663949
    >What was our biggest mistake?

    Not killing Kingston back when he was just an elusive sciency guy on a science vessel? I spent 45 minutes talking about something happening above the docking bay...

    The Void Ship wasn't your fault, really. You guys tried.

    Waking up VoidGate was pretty stupid...

    Anyway, brief lull in conversation while I type up the next message.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/20/11(Wed)23:59 No.14664062
    Multitudes of overlords arrive over Bullant and begin searching the system for cloaked ships. We cast a wide net, but find nothing nearby the planet. We slowly move further out, but still fail to find any aircraft of any kind.

    Just as our overlords begin to arrive near Dufay, we lose contact with the dropserver entirely. The overlords detect no ships, but are sensitive enough to notice severe changes in the gravitation of the system.

    Finally, our mutalisks and scourge arrive at Aleman. Screaming into combat fully cloaked, they begin disabling the planet-scooping craft moments before nuclear detonations begin. None of the explosions are close enough to the craft to damage them, but we lose a substantial number of forces in seconds. The dropserver traces the exhaust trails of the missiles back to empty space outside of sensor range.
    >> TUCAMP 04/21/11(Thu)00:02 No.14664088
    VoidGate, you are no friend, computer.
    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)00:05 No.14664111
    Drops a cloaked Overlord sensor net into the Aleman system to find those launchers. We need to take that StarForge offline.
    Prepare 3 nukes to launch and target the VoidGate nuke launcher as soon as we detect it.

    As for the Overlords in Dufay, see if they can examine the cloaked planet.
    >> Ken !TrollKenUE 04/21/11(Thu)00:05 No.14664112
    >we lose contact with the dropserver entirely
    Build a spare, but don't send it in, use cloaked overlords only.
    Right, so it seems they've put up a DECOY base, and have cloaked their real one.
    Perhaps the cloaked missile ship is a DOUBLE DECOY, and their REAL REAL one is still cloaked.

    We need to invent something that:
    Can detect cloaked objects at a long distance, in a narrow beam
    Can rotate, like a radar, to scan the entire systems for cloaked shit.
    Come to think of it, scan the previous 3 systems we were in - Dagobah and whatever the other ones were - for more cloak shenanigans. There may be more ships there.

    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)00:17 No.14664234
    Cerebrate, can we just go along with this >>14664111
    It's been 10 minutes without another valid suggestion for action.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/21/11(Thu)00:19 No.14664244
    We cease attacks, the units that remain huddling near the courier craft as they move from planet to station and back again. The overlords that arrive in the Aleman system near the launch point of the missiles detect one VoidGate ship flying out of their detection range. As they attempt to follow the faster ship, another comes from behind, on a similar path. On a hunch, we spread our overlords out and, after a few minutes, we determine that there are approximately two dozen of the craft, cloaked and flying in a large helical formation around the path of the other craft.

    The overlords in the Dufay system continue to detect large shifts in gravitation. Labbrate snaps out of its awe of the Aleman station to inform us, again with awe, that it has seen similar readings before: when we moved Zerg World.
    >> TUCAMP 04/21/11(Thu)00:19 No.14664250
    Alright I'll second
    and I think yours counts as a third.
    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)00:24 No.14664297
    First things first: Send cloaked Mutalisk squadrons to hunt down and destroy those nuke launchers in the Aleman system. Have their attacks synchronized to occur all at once. Our assault will continue once they have been dealt with. The Overlord sensor net is to stay in place to aid us in our attack.

    In the Dufay system, attempt to get at least one cloaked Overlord onto the Dufay II surface if it can as the planet Warps out. We want to at least find out where VoidGate is taking VoidWorld.

    How goes Cyberbrate's integration with the computer system?
    >> Ken !TrollKenUE 04/21/11(Thu)00:24 No.14664299
    Ask Warbrate on the likelihood of attacking Aleman Station, given what we know about its force composition.
    We obviously need to start building more detection, too.
    >> TUCAMP 04/21/11(Thu)00:25 No.14664304
    That infuriating AI, it keeps stealing our ideas... and makes them better... bastard...
    >> TUCAMP 04/21/11(Thu)00:29 No.14664343
    Sounds like a plan, seconded.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/21/11(Thu)00:31 No.14664362
    Warbrate is not a contented cerebrate. Those nuclear blasts took out a large portion of our already-depleted forces. It thanks the Overmind that we didn't send in our Protoss or Terran forces. It reminds us that we are still rebuilding basic defenses of our own colonies, after our total commitment attacks on Ash'Arak and Dagobah, which were right on the heels of our losses at Tyrador. It thinks we can destroy VoidGate's forces here, but we may not have any Zerg units left to attack anything for some time afterward.

    (Heh. About Zerg World...that was a long time ago, and the Quest was different back then. There wasn't any Warp engine. It was all old-fashioned kinetic pushing and pulling. It didn't make a lot of sense, which is part of why I made it so absurdly bulky. Same here, really. Which is why...)

    After a few tries, we notice that any overlords we send to where Dufay ought to be are incinerated completely.
    >> BERNIE 04/21/11(Thu)00:33 No.14664379
    hay guyz wats goin on in this thred?
    >> Ken !TrollKenUE 04/21/11(Thu)00:35 No.14664397
    Okay. So we NEED to convince the Terrans and the Protoss to help us in this attack.
    I suck at diplomacy, someone else do it. :P
    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)00:37 No.14664412
    Are any of the Overlords able to penetrate the cloaking field surrounding Dufay II? Also, according to the gravimetric readings, is Dufay II moving along on a set vector? If so, attempt one more time to send in an Overlord, this time at a perpendicular angle to VoidWorld's course.

    Assure Warbrate that we will scale back attacks once we have this massive facility secured.
    Did we detect any changes in the Brullant system?
    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)00:38 No.14664420

    Spread out the swarm: 1 scrouge every 50 metres ought to do it. Fly the swarm towards where we suspect the cloaked attackers are.

    We'll detects the bastards by crashing into them if we need to.

    In the mean-time, fill our transport-worms full of lurkers and ready them for warping. The lurker's orders are to burrow into the first non-zerg substrate they encounter, then burrow their way to the largest source of energy/movement/heat that they can.

    Place some of the nukes we have into overlords to be warped INTO whatever we locate if the target is too large for the lurkers to subdue.

    I don't know whether the cloaked attackers is the main Void-gate fleet or a some sort of super construct and it doesn't really matter.

    Void-gate is going to need to literally tear itself to pieces to dislodge the lurkers and he won't be able to cloak or warp away when there are living zerg still on board to give away his location/be beacons for further warp jumps.
    >> BERNIE 04/21/11(Thu)00:38 No.14664422
    i will do it

    my skills at diplomacy are unmatched
    >> TUCAMP 04/21/11(Thu)00:39 No.14664430
    We might be able to get Kingston to go after VoidWorld if we pitch it as a new protoss super weapon. Just done as a documentary mind you. At this point I think Kingston understands that we only point him at things when there is actually benefit towards him, and he used it as an opportunity to make us afraid of his new toys.
    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)00:43 No.14664464
    You're late; our Overlord sensor net in Aleman has already detected the nuke launchers.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/21/11(Thu)00:43 No.14664466
    So far, all of our attempts to see the planet have ended in a Zerg roast. Labbrate and Internbrate do some estimation and have an overlord jump to what they hope will be the path of the planet to wait. After a few minutes, the edge of the cloaking field ripples across the overlord, which is now attempting to enter the atmosphere without proper orientation points.

    Best of the first two replies with a 1d100 sees if it can keep itself alive during atmospheric entry to an invisible planet. DC 65.

    Aside from continuing readings of lots and lots of movement on the surface, no change in the Bullant system.
    >> TUCAMP 04/21/11(Thu)00:45 No.14664491
    rolled 100 = 100

    I don't like this computer.
    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)00:45 No.14664495
    rolled 66 = 66

    Come on, little Overlord! You can do it!
    >> TUCAMP 04/21/11(Thu)00:46 No.14664500
    rolled 71 = 71

    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)00:46 No.14664503

    Question 1: Is there a way to DIGITIZE Bernie into something that can be transmitted electronically?

    Question 2: If would we be able to fit the digitized essence of Bernie into the data-storage of a Protoss Carrier?

    Question 3: Did we sucessfully prevent Void-gate from downloading all Protoss technology last time?

    Question 4: How is Cyberbrate holding up?
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/21/11(Thu)00:46 No.14664504
    You son of a bitch.
    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)00:47 No.14664518
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    >> TUCAMP 04/21/11(Thu)00:48 No.14664528
    I love you too.
    I think voidgate got all the protoss unit designs.
    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)00:52 No.14664568

    I thought we managed to stop his ships from relaying the information.
    >> TUCAMP 04/21/11(Thu)00:52 No.14664571
    Come to think of it this reminds me of that time I suggested we have Kingston attack Shakurass.
    >> TUCAMP 04/21/11(Thu)00:55 No.14664594
    Voidgate was in the process of downloading the Protoss Science Archive or some such, unless I'm misremembering.
    >proverbs erbsti
    >> TUCAMP 04/21/11(Thu)00:58 No.14664624
    >Protoss unit design download complete.
    >Accessing Protoss Science directory.
    Hurray for the archives.
    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)00:58 No.14664628
    No, we were only able to prevent VoidGate from downloading the Protoss Science Archives.
    It's more important than it sounds: if VoidGate had gotten the Archives, not only would it be able to produce more Arbiters, but it would actually understand the time dilation theory that goes into their construction, and it would have been able to build such systems into its factories.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/21/11(Thu)01:00 No.14664649
    1 - No.
    2 - Extra no.
    3 - You'll know if Cyberbrate can access the Dagobah data cores, but that's probably going to be next week's opener.
    4 - See #3. There's nuclear devastation and an interstellar planet going on. Let him work in peace.

    (I can't imagine another situation where "interstellar planet" is actually a phrase you can use)

    The overlord pushes its piloting to the limit, flying right along the razor's edge of destruction. We will the unit not to look down, knowing that if it does, it will be finished. As wind shear bears down on it, we respond by dangerously throttling wide open, like a proverbial bat out of Hell. The cloaking field parts around the overlord as it crashes through the planet's atmosphere. We push the overlord to its limit (LIMIIIIIT!).

    And it survives. It survives, takes no damage, finds an equilibrium for continued flight, and even manages to maintain its cloak (which, considering that it is inside of another cloaking field, is approximately a one in a million coincidence).

    The planet below is little more than a series of large computing facilities attached to almost 2/3 of a planet's-worth of massive engines. Internbrate cautiously estimates that VoidGate has actually utilized the planet's molten core as fuel. Labbrate informs us that with this data, it can calculate that the planet will break free of the star system, slingshot into deep space, and then likely float, lost, for thousands or even millions of years without encountering another major celestial body.
    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)01:03 No.14664682
    This must be VoidGate's final fallback, it's last line of defense.
    I'm torn between nuking it, and taking it and going "U MAD" at VoidGate.
    >> TUCAMP 04/21/11(Thu)01:05 No.14664695
    So, Voidgate is ensuring its survival, not surprising. Let's capture the starforge then.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/21/11(Thu)01:06 No.14664700
    (Oh, StumbleUpon. You make my day, sometimes)

    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)01:06 No.14664703
    Does the Overlord see any defenses or weapon emplacements? With this Overlord acting as a beacon, would Labbrate be able to land science teams on VoidWorld to disable it?
    >> TUCAMP 04/21/11(Thu)01:09 No.14664735
    Plop down a couple hatcheries more like it.
    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)01:10 No.14664748
    You're right. We now have a beacon on VoidWorld, one that VoidGate is unaware of. We can attack it at our leisure.
    But for right now, the StarForge awaits!

    Cerebrate, are the cloaked mutalisk squadrons prepared to destroy the nuke launching ships in a simultaneous attack?
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/21/11(Thu)01:12 No.14664767
    The overlord is one of our standard overlords, different from the Overmind's old ones only in that this one has a cloaking harness with small shield capabilities, and the ability to use a psi-lash attack for small damage.

    The cloak will keep the overlord undetected for another 14 minutes. If we deactivate the overlord's shields, we can probably up that to around 30 minutes.

    The nature of our psionic link is such that, so long as a unit remains on this world, we will know its location.

    Some defensive weaponry is evident on the planet, but not a lot. We could easily disable them with a dedicated raid.
    >> TUCAMP 04/21/11(Thu)01:14 No.14664790
    Deactivate the overlord's shields and have it look for a place to hide when its cloak runs out. While that's going on we capture the starforge.
    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)01:17 No.14664802
    Deactivate its shield. Use the extra time where it can find some place on the planet surface that does not appear to be scanned or under surveillance, and sit tight until we can put together a force to take this world.

    Warbrate, how big of a force would you estimate would be required to subdue VoidWorld. If the answer is enough that it would cause the StarForge operation to fail, then we will wait for the StarForge to be ours and our numbers replenished.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/21/11(Thu)01:18 No.14664817

    Deactivate shields, attack Aleman: 1
    Screw that, attack Dufay now: 0

    Vote on that, and if you pick Aleman, come up with and/or vote on a strategy.
    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)01:19 No.14664828
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    We are in accord! Let's take that starforge!
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/21/11(Thu)01:20 No.14664835
    Deactivate shields, attack Aleman: 2
    Screw that, attack Dufay now: 0

    Warbrate can't say. If we choose a decent strategy and losses at Aleman are low, we could probably take Dufay. If things go badly, we may not even take Aleman.
    >> TUCAMP 04/21/11(Thu)01:22 No.14664850
    It's 2 for Aleman, but let's resweep the system to make sure we're tracking all of voidgate's cloaked assets, then destroy them all with zerg forces simultaneously, then we storm the starforge.
    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)01:23 No.14664857
    Deactivate Shields, Attack Aleman.

    A coordinated, synchronized assault on all VoidGate nuke launching ships by cloaked mutalisk squadrons. Have them bring the nuke defenses down in a single assault.

    As soon as the defenses are down, attack the StarForge and its attendant ships with a massive assault. Attack in waves, taking into account that VoidGate may have defensive nuke launchers aboard the StarForge. Board them and attempt to take them intact as possible. Search out and disable self-destruct devices.
    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)01:24 No.14664866
    Seconding on expanding our cloaked Overlord sensor net in the Aleman system. We found its patrolling nuke launchers; let's see if it has any cloaked detector satellites as well.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/21/11(Thu)01:24 No.14664871
    Aleman wins.

    Are you all alright with this mutalisk strategy?
    >> TUCAMP 04/21/11(Thu)01:26 No.14664886
    After another sweep of the system yes, bring in more overlords to get it done faster.
    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)01:29 No.14664895
    Yes, but only after we bring in more cloaked Overlords for a comprehensive sweep of the system to avoid other nasty surprises.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/21/11(Thu)01:40 No.14664960
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    After assembling a pretty impressive number of overlords, we become sure that we have in fact found all of VoidGate's ships in the Aleman system.

    Our mutalisks swarm away from their safe haven near the other ships, while our scourge idle, unused. The mutalisks gather in the paths of the ships and simultaneously attack. The ships immediately turn, sidewinding away from our detection net and their unseen attackers. All but two are destroyed, but we lose track of those two just before missiles fire out from it to the locations of four of the destroyed craft. Our losses are heavy in those areas, but we blanket the areas where the missiles came from with glave wurms until the overlords catch up. We quickly dispatch the ships.

    The system is ours, though VoidGate's ships continue their task around the sun.

    The battle was quick, but even fast warfare is lengthy. Our overlord on Dufay has a mere 8 minutes of power left in its cloaking harness, and no shields once its cloak drops.
    >> TUCAMP 04/21/11(Thu)01:43 No.14664985
    ...why do I keep forgetting about scourge? Alright lets assemble an assault force to take the starforge, and find a hiding place for that overlord, and if we cant find one well just warp in a replacement.
    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)01:46 No.14665002
    Was the Overlord in Dufay able to find a safe hiding place? It needs to find one as quickly as possible, perhaps landing on the surface somewhere.

    In the Aleman system, send the Scourge and Overlords towards the StarForge as Zerg troops are readied to board the station and capture it.
    The Scourge will hopefully be attacked by the station's defenses, which will highlight them for follow-up destruction by our surviving Mutalisks.

    In the case of the Overlord on Dufay II not being able to find a hiding place, have Warbrate prepare a raiding party in force using a mix of Zerg, Protoss, and Terran units to make up for our depleted Zerg forces. All communications systems are to be shutdown to prevent hacking.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/21/11(Thu)01:47 No.14665004
    Where would it hide on a computer complex/giant flaming engine world?

    Are you intending to destroy the station, or attempting to capture it?
    >> Ken !TrollKenUE 04/21/11(Thu)01:49 No.14665014
    How long will it take to get more forces to Dufay?
    Also, can we even GET forces onto the planet's surface? We can't get even cloaked overlords in, so won't everything else just vaporise?

    We should clear Aleman of Voidgate forces.

    What's the status on Brullant VI? I'm inclined to kill the entire planet with Orbital Bombardment if it doesn't have an airforce. Send only 2 or 3 ships to start, to check if it's a trap.
    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)01:52 No.14665030
    Presumably it could stay close to a structure, like an auxiliary computing facility and stay below the radar.
    Otherwise, have a Dropserver pulled from the Brullant system and have it park on VoidWorld, using the Overlord already on the planet to help guide it in using psychic coordination.

    As for the StarForge, we want to take it intact. Or at least, intact as can be expected.
    >> TUCAMP 04/21/11(Thu)01:53 No.14665039
    On a heatsink? Or is the entire planet in flames?
    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)01:53 No.14665040

    We need to warp something in whilst the overlord's location is still hidden, be it a single lurker or a zergling.

    After that, we can try to open up communications with Void-gate. Let's see if we can either bluff it into submission/surrender or get a few concessions from it in exchange for free passage from the sector.

    I'm hoping to get at least 75% of it's nuke stock-pile (if it's running into deep-space, it won't need nukes) the protoss unit schematics and some way to hack into the data-bases of other races like Void-gate did with the protoss.

    If Void-gate IS leaving and promising not to return, give Artisan-lord the task of thinking of some sort of 'no hard feelings' gift.
    >> Ken !TrollKenUE 04/21/11(Thu)01:53 No.14665041
    Also, would the Protoss or the Terrans find any threat in Voidgate stealing an entire f*cking planet? At the very least we should ZergTV that:
    (to terrans) Sentient malevolent AIs are STEALING ENTIRE TERRAN COLONY WORLDS.
    (to protoss) Sentient malevolent AIs that can hijack all of their technology are GETTING AWAY WITH AN ENTIRE FUCKING PLANET.

    At the very least we can throw someone ELSE into the grinder other than ourselves.
    >> Ken !TrollKenUE 04/21/11(Thu)01:54 No.14665047
    Combine these. If -we- make a peace treaty with it, that doesn't stop someone ELSE from blowing it up.

    Then again, Voidgate doesn't really go for peace. Doesn't hurt to try, though.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/21/11(Thu)01:56 No.14665056
    (Once again, Blizzard-like fudging will allow time to dilate such that you can send in troops right now, because I, like Blizzard, didn't quite think this part through. Oops. Maybe I shouldn't be so hard on them about that...)

    Internbrate chimes in that having a line of sight from within the cloaking field will allow us to enter the atmosphere properly, as we will see where we are going (which would be much more difficult for a species that could not be in two places at once in this way).

    So far, Brullant is still quiet. No aircraft of any kind, aside from the detection satellites.
    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)01:59 No.14665070
    If that's the case, have the Dropserver from Brullant pull out and get to VoidWorld. Once the Dropserver is secure on the world and we have a psionic presence on it, we can have the Overlord break atmosphere and Warp out.
    We will attack VoidWorld when we have finished conquering the StarForge.
    >> Ken !TrollKenUE 04/21/11(Thu)02:00 No.14665073
    Send 2 Cloaked Overlords in, unshielded, having 1 to act as a backup in case the first dies or something.
    Once these two are in orbit on Grand Theft Planet, crash the first overlord into the boiling molten surface before its cloak runs out (and gives away the location of its brothers).

    We can presumably buy time this way with minimal forces. Even the noobiest zerg can macro 2 overlords every 25 minutes.
    >> Ken !TrollKenUE 04/21/11(Thu)02:01 No.14665078
    >So far, Brullant is still quiet.
    This makes me worried.
    >> TUCAMP 04/21/11(Thu)02:01 No.14665083
    Then lets send a dropserver or 2 to wait on the planet until we decide what we're doing with it. I'd like to take the starforge first, and would prefer to find out what's happening on the other planet.
    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)02:02 No.14665092
    Goddamnit you stupid fuck! Overlord cloaking harnesses have a limited battery life; dropservers can maintain their cloak indefinitely!
    Why are you sending in Overlords whose cloaking fields will run out well before we can ready an invasion force?
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/21/11(Thu)02:04 No.14665104
    Quick vote:
    Cloaked overlords:

    Think carefully. One has an obvious benefit, but a less obvious drawback. The other has an obvious drawback, but a less obvious benefit.
    >> Ken !TrollKenUE 04/21/11(Thu)02:04 No.14665105
    Because they are less expensive than Dropservers, and they have a much lower chance of resulting in Voidgate stealing Dropserver technology.

    Also, quit getting mad at traditional games.
    >> Ken !TrollKenUE 04/21/11(Thu)02:05 No.14665109
    Obviously an endless stream of cloaked overlords in my opinion. No point risking a Dropserver on that.
    >> TUCAMP 04/21/11(Thu)02:07 No.14665116
    The dropserver has a weaker psionic connection with us? Ask labrate how long it will be before the planet leaves the sector.
    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)02:10 No.14665133
    We are using fingerlings to pilot our dropservers, so we should be able to maintain a psychic sense of where it is and control it, regardless of ECM. If we also shut down its communication systems and active scanners, it should be pretty much invisible.
    The only possible drawback I can think of, is if the metals on the dropserver get picked up by VoidWorld magnetic scanners.

    Do you even know what the dropserver is? It's all off-the-shelf technology from existing units. There's nothing new about it, except that we stuffed a second reactor in a dropship's cargo bay to power the cloaking field generator.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/21/11(Thu)02:10 No.14665136
    Cloaked overlords: 1
    Dropservers: 0


    The...Koprulu Sector? Quite some time. Say, 200 years?
    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)02:11 No.14665141
    Dropservers. TUCAMP and I have been voting for that for quite a while now.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/21/11(Thu)02:12 No.14665153
    Cloaked overlords: 1
    Dropservers: 1
    >> TUCAMP 04/21/11(Thu)02:14 No.14665160
    Actually since >>14665104 I've been trying to figure out what the drawback to the dropserver is and haven't actually made up my mind.
    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)02:16 No.14665178
    VoidGate could potentially have ferro-magnetic sensors, and the dropship would appear on those. There's also the chance that it could pick up any electronic signals from the dropserver's computer systems, but that's what putting everything on passive is supposed to do.
    There's also the point about it possibly needing to land, while the Overlord is capable of indefinite flight, however, with the extra energy of the dropserver's second reactor, it should need to land for quite a while.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/21/11(Thu)02:16 No.14665180
    Well, never mind that part, then. Vote, and I'll be generous. It's late-ish.
    >> TUCAMP 04/21/11(Thu)02:17 No.14665182
    Clearly we wont do anything regarding Voidworld until next week, so I'm actually going to have to er on the side of caution and vote for what we already know works, perpetual stream of overlords.
    >> Ken !TrollKenUE 04/21/11(Thu)02:21 No.14665216
    If Voidgate can cloak an entire planet, and use its BURNING MOLTEN CORE to power its shit, can we detect its infra-red emissions (heat) once it gets far enough away from its star to get it out of the background noise?
    If not, where is that heat going? Is it Heat-sinking the ENTIRE PLANET'S MOLTEN FURY and warping the CONCENTRATED MOLTEN FURY elsewhere?
    >> Ken !TrollKenUE 04/21/11(Thu)02:26 No.14665251
    or perhaps the infra-red emissions of an ENTIRE PLANET are being lensed and focused into a narrow beam - thus making it A. harder to see, and B. Incredibly destructive to anything in its path.
    Like a Giant Death Ray, but instead of a Giant Death Ray being built on a planet, THE ENTIRE PLANET IS A GIANT DEATH RAY?

    In any case, I think I have two ideas on what to do with some spare planets.
    >> TUCAMP 04/21/11(Thu)02:28 No.14665269
    If we build some orbital telescopes we could track it by the gravitation distortions it will cause, but that's a future problem.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/21/11(Thu)02:28 No.14665275
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    (Awesome! A choice is made!)

    We guide a second overlord into the atmosphere of Dufay as the first overlord makes its way to the massive engines moving the planet. Just before its cloak runs out, it burns up without a trace. Just as planned. As long as we don't screw anything up, we can keep this up indefinitely (despite Accountantbrate's protests, "THE EXPENSE!" is not all that bad).

    Meanwhile, in the Aleman system, our scourge disable the engines of the courier ships, leaving them dead in space while we storm the space station. Despite our massive aerospace losses, Warbrate is confident with our remaining ground forces. We swarm into the structure, slaughtering every cyborg and android we come across. The process is long and arduous, but after merely a few hours (and eight overlords), the station is ours. As soon as the last combat machine falls, VoidGate's background communication signal amplifies substantially for a few moments, and the station goes quiet. The power shuts off. All the screens go blank. All the lights go black.

    (NEXT WEEK, find out whether Cyberbrate can do the job we created it for, or if we sent an innocent cerebrate to its death! Deal with Dufay, VoidGate's runaway planet! Contemplate Brullant, the final stronghold in the malicious AI's inventory! Maybe get some kind of door prize for 40 threads or something!)
    >> Ken !TrollKenUE 04/21/11(Thu)02:31 No.14665304
    Just a question, what would have happened -if- we used a Dropserver?
    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)02:31 No.14665305
    I just hope that the idea of using a constant stream of Overlords doesn't come back to bite us in the ass like so many of our other plans have.
    >> TUCAMP 04/21/11(Thu)02:32 No.14665310
    You do know for 40 threads we get a free shawarma.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/21/11(Thu)02:35 No.14665344

    Archived. Personally, I'm pretty happy with all the crazy shit that's been happening the past few threads.

    I'm resisting the urge to work out the specifics behind actually strapping engines to a goddamn planet and driving it around. Pretty hard. Logistically, the core wouldn't provide enough fuel for that, the heat of the engines would melt anything on the surface, the destabilized orbit would likely crash the planet INTO the sun instead of get it free, etc etc etc.

    Just repeat to yourself, "it's just a show. I should really just relax."

    Galileo refuses to assist the vile xenomorphic threat!
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/21/11(Thu)02:36 No.14665353
    Sh...awar...what? I'm afraid to Google that...
    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)02:38 No.14665366
    It's another name for gyro.
    It's merely a food item.
    >> Ken !TrollKenUE 04/21/11(Thu)02:39 No.14665374
    True. It was total bullshit how in System Shock 2, a pod you Jettisoned in Jupiter's orbit lands on Tau Ceti.

    It escaped Jupiter's gravity well
    It escaped the SUN's gravity well
    And its propulsion was ... like, fuck all, it's a botany pod, it has no thrusters.

    I was like "What?"
    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)02:39 No.14665376
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    >despite Accountantbrate's protests, "THE EXPENSE!"

    Pic Related
    >> Ken !TrollKenUE 04/21/11(Thu)02:41 No.14665394
    Quit clicking the tornado button you chucklefuck

    If you could repeatedly click on the Simcity 2000 Roads advisor, what would its pissed.wav sounds be?
    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)02:43 No.14665416
    >> Cerebrate Anon 04/21/11(Thu)02:46 No.14665450
    That's the most accurate picture of Accountantbrate to date.
    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)02:47 No.14665459
    Your welcome, this OC was inspired by your comment.
    >> Kreetn 04/21/11(Thu)02:54 No.14665534

    holy shit the zerg are invading star wars in this quest?)
    >> Anonymous 04/21/11(Thu)03:09 No.14665646
    Looks like you missed a thread.

    CA gave us a choice of planets and a few rolls to choose a unique encounter. We had the chance to encounter Yoda, some parasitic species, the Terminators, or something else. We rolled terminators.

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