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    47 KB The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)01:06 No.15054705  
    >Name: Titania Glass
    >Alignment: Lawful Evil

    You are the little girl.

    You are asleep in a four poster bed with a canopy.

    The bed is in your castle, which as of recently has expanded to cover the entire world. The world is about five miles from end to end, shaped irregularly, and flat. Your castle, aside from the main tower in which you live, contains two points of interest.

    The first is Penelope's castle, which is a small island utterly enclosed within your castle's borders. Walls have sprang up around it. A few days ago, your castles were the same size. A battle between creatures from your imaginations left Penelope unable to perform magic, and allowed your castle to expand to its current size. You much prefer it this way.

    The second is newer. It is a village of white, misshapen, fist sized, human shaped creatures. You were able to communicate with them by imagining a diplomat to pantomime actions. You imagined a house, appropriate clothes, musical instruments, and a water park for them. You also imagined walls to contain them, just in case, as well as a monster to live beyond the walls and frighten them. In response, they armed themselves and constructed a statue of you.
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)01:07 No.15054715
    For the first time you can remember, you are dreaming.

    In the dream, you are also in a bed. However, the similarity ends there. The room is smaller, with practical furnishings. In the next room, your parents are talking with a doctor. Their words are indecipherable, but their tone is calm, measured, and forced. You are cold. You are hot. You go to sleep.

    You do not wake up. Nevertheless, you are conscious, even if you are without the use of your senses. More than anything, you are aware of order, entropy, strength, and weakness. You are so absorbed by how real theseā€¦ you would have to call them THINGS, not ideas, are, that several minutes pass before you realize that you are unaware of having a body.

    As time passes, you become more aware of the sensation of being pulled. It starts as a weak, unreal feeling, but it grows. Soon, it overwhelms everything else.

    In the dream, you wake up in a new place, with no memory of the previous events.

    You wake up, feeling slightly different.

    >Spend 12 points to increase Imagination or Willpower.
    >Current stats: Imagination: 60 Willpower: 40
    >Metaknowledge: Imagination is used to will things/underlings into existence. Willpower is used to influence existing imagined summons, whether or not you are the original summoner.
    >Voting ends in 20 minutes, to allow regular posters time to show up.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)01:16 No.15054803
    Imagination. We can do more exciting things with it.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)01:18 No.15054827

    We've had trouble imposing our Will on things before.

    Put it all in Willpower.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)01:24 No.15054900
    6 and 6. I assume this game will have some sort of leveling system, and until we've gathered more metaknowledge we cannot know which is better.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)01:25 No.15054914
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    >Lawful Evil
    >Little girl
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)01:26 No.15054931

    Those go hand in hand more often than you think.
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)01:28 No.15054951
    >Unless there's a tie breaker vote in about two minutes I'm going to go with the 6/6 distribution as an average of all votes.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)01:28 No.15054956
    >never had sisters
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)01:29 No.15054962
    > The bed is in your castle, which as of recently has expanded to cover the entire world. The world is about five miles from end to end, shaped irregularly, and flat. Your castle, aside from the main tower in which you live, contains two points of interest.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)01:29 No.15054970
    Forgot the rest of my post.

    This was beautifully written.
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)01:30 No.15054987
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)01:39 No.15055084
    >Current stats: Imagination: 60+6 Willpower: 40+6

    You stretch. As you do every morning, you imagine King John into existence. King John is a giant frog who carries a scepter and wears a crown. Other than this and his willingness to obey your thoughts, he is an ordinary frog.

    >Imagination: 46/60+6

    You notice that summoning King John is slightly easier than it used to be. It's almost as if something is making you stronger.

    With any luck, time will tell.

    Breakfast time! You invite Penelope and Issabella, the girl who lives with her. As the only one who can still imagine things to existence, actually providing the breakfast is your job.

    >Vote ends in 20 minutes, or with consensus.
    >Time skip ("finish breakfast and do X") is an option, but not remotely required for a good update.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)01:50 No.15055199
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    This is what is for breakfast.
    >> Marionette !VQKJgiezS6 05/26/11(Thu)01:57 No.15055281
    Or something similiar. Judging from the picture, it might be slightly anachronistic.

    Maybe strawberries, cream, cakes, turkish delight and hot chocolate?
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)01:58 No.15055287
    I will it to rain ice cream sundaes from the sky in a manner similar to that seen in Duck Tales: Treasure of the Lost Lamp.
    >> Marionette !VQKJgiezS6 05/26/11(Thu)01:58 No.15055290
    By picture I of course mean OP's.
    Also, can we maybe shave the wait time down a little bit? 20 minutes seems a bit excessive. Just a suggestion.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)02:00 No.15055312
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)02:02 No.15055336
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)02:05 No.15055357
    Inspiration strikes, and you summon breakfast candy. It appears on the ceiling and wafts gently down to the table. A delicious breakfast ensues. Everyone wonders aloud why no one had invented breakfast candy yet. Everyone is very happy that you did.

    Earlier, you had summoned art supplies for Issabella (you had banished Penelope to the Thinking Pit for misbehavior at the time, but now that she is back in her own castle she has access as well) in the hope of re-developing her powers of imagination. While both girls have been painting, neither has seen the results you were hoping for.

    >10 minutes, or consensus. It was too short the last time, but I actually prefer 10 minute vote periods.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)02:10 No.15055407
    I sense we will need a more magical solution to restore their imaginations.
    Go check on the little men.
    >> Marionette !VQKJgiezS6 05/26/11(Thu)02:11 No.15055422
    Have Penelope or Issabella met or talked with these tiny albino people within our castle walls?
    Do we actually want to help foster their imaginations?
    How do we know Penelope and Issabella?
    I apologize, I wasn't here for previous quest(s), just kind of stumbled on this one.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)02:14 No.15055451
    Issabella is a sweet girl, who would be our friend.
    Penelope is a Chaotic Stupid paladin who would bring about our doom the moment she could.
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)02:16 No.15055471
    Penelope and Issabella have come to defer to you on most issues due to your magical superiority and the battle you won against Penelope. You were in charge of all interactions with the village.

    >You overwhelmingly did in earlier threads.

    Penelope's castle used to be equal to yours in size and resilient enough to stop yours from expanding. This prompted an investigation, and later a fight. Issabella was living in the castle at the time, and largely irrelevant to this.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)02:16 No.15055478
    After failing to bully them into imagining something, Titania throws a tantrum and kicks them out of her castle. The rest of the story shall consist of the torments we inflict on them to try to provoke an imaginative response.
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)02:19 No.15055510
    >A tie popped up while I was making my post declaring voting over. Tie breaker causes update.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)02:22 No.15055538
    Throw a hissy fit and then go to the little men.
    >> Heresy Maker 05/26/11(Thu)02:22 No.15055542
    I suggest that we get Issabella to try and imagine something. Doesn't seem like we'd want to give Penelope any power. Hell, why don't we try to get Issabellaa to imagine some subjects for King John?
    >> Marionette !VQKJgiezS6 05/26/11(Thu)02:23 No.15055551
    I think I'm with this decision. We just need something truly truly despicable and... girly.
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)02:24 No.15055560
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)02:25 No.15055566
    Good idea. Let us create our own worst enemy and bring about our downfall. That is real clever.
    >> Heresy Maker 05/26/11(Thu)02:27 No.15055593
    Swarms of pixies and kitten cavalry?
    >> Marionette !VQKJgiezS6 05/26/11(Thu)02:30 No.15055626
    I was thinking something more along the lines of facing them with something tricky, some task, I dunno, something vaguely like banshees shrieking at them while they try to sleep, until they can stop it creatively. The winner gets to join our super secret club. Then they find out its a "We Hate The Person Who Can't Imagine Things" club.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)02:33 No.15055651
    The next time we get into a fight, can we go for a swarm of kitten cavalry?
    That seems awesome.
    >> Heresy Maker 05/26/11(Thu)02:34 No.15055674
    I like your idea better. Banshees. Banshees could work.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)02:36 No.15055689
    I'm tired of playing my villains as genre savvy. Let's risk losing with style, eh?
    >> Heresy Maker 05/26/11(Thu)02:36 No.15055694
    Well, we ARE the little girl. We can do whatever we want. Hmm, now I want to draw, or maybe request, a picture of a little girl with sunglasses. The picture will have a caption of "I'm a little girl, I don't give a fuck!"
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)02:38 No.15055707
    Fair enough.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)02:40 No.15055738
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    >> Heresy Maker 05/26/11(Thu)02:42 No.15055752
    That works. Now then, shall we try and imagine a challange for our two guests?
    >> Marionette !VQKJgiezS6 05/26/11(Thu)02:45 No.15055783
    Hey, Willpower counts to controlling things, right? And not necessarily our own?

    Let have them kiss King John to turn him into a handsome prince or something. Create a small jury of mice to decide which one makes him more prince-ly.
    I think that would probably use Willpower *and* imagination.
    Plus, they'd have to kiss a frog.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)02:47 No.15055806
    Let's start by turning Penelope into a marionette.
    >> Heresy Maker 05/26/11(Thu)02:49 No.15055829
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)02:51 No.15055854
    I love the idea of chasing Issablle around saying 'He likes you! Kiss him Kiss him!" While holding King john at arms length.
    Also this for Penelope.
    Excellent options.
    In other news, longest update ever.
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)02:53 No.15055868
    "I'm TRYING to help you! Can't you do ANYTHING right?"

    You wait for one of them to be the first to respond. You make it too obvious how you will react. Nobody responds.

    You bang your fist on the table and summon your usual mode of transportation, which is a tandem bicycle with wings and propellers for wheels. This time, you give it feet like a bird as well. At your instruction, it swoops down, carries Issabella and Penelope off, and deposits them on the lawn of their castle roughly before dismissing itself.

    The small village is right where you left it yesterday, but by your estimate the population is at least half again what it was when you last checked. The creatures' mushroom farm has expanded in size, and now includes two types of mushrooms and neatly trimmed rows of mold as well. The town has more buildings, many of which are fortified heavily.

    The statue of you appears slightly more detailed, with a faithful depiction of the clothes you were wearing yesterday. The small pebbles at the statue's feet are now clearly images of the creatures in the town.

    >Doing my best to fill in specifics. If you don't like the specifics I fill in, vote in a more detailed manner.
    >Also, I might be a little (edit: extremely) slow, as my internet connection is being weird. I spent a really long time trying to post this.
    >I wrote this update after posting "Updating" before all of the discussion happened. You can still do that stuff, you'll just have to come up with a specific plan.
    >10 minutes or consensus.
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)02:56 No.15055904
    >Edit for clarity: Everything between the post where I announce I'm updating and the update is discussion, not votes that get counted.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)03:04 No.15055989
    While I reckon the right thing to do is to mess with the other girls, we should give some sort of blessing or commandment while we're here.
    WE should show them the proper way to dance and show their respect for our divine self. The dance is essentially the Melbourne Shuffle.
    >> Marionette !VQKJgiezS6 05/26/11(Thu)03:06 No.15056004
    Does our castle have a basement? Lets get them some rotted wood to help grow their mushrooms. We should be a lil bit benevolent with potential pets. Maybe plant/ make a tree (if it'd be permanent, which I doubt) to give them some shade?
    Maybe we can train them to grow truffles for us!

    After, we should maybe apologize for being so rude to our guests, and make the offer to join our super secret club and make them kiss King John.

    If that doesn't work, we turn Penelope into a marionette and Issabella into a... well, I'm not sure how to proceed with her. Maybe she has to find a book that doesn't exist? Y'know, so she'd have to imagine it into existence or something.
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)03:06 No.15056014
    >Updating, with any luck.
    >> Heresy Maker 05/26/11(Thu)03:12 No.15056060
    We can send her to the shop for headlight fluid! All jokes aside, maybe her fetch quest item should be something that will take her most of her talent to imagine.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)03:16 No.15056097
    Send a small size warrior clone of yourself into the tiny village. Make it significantly larger than any of the inhabitants, but small enough
    to pass for one of them.

    Periodically allow creatures to break into the village, to be destroyed by your avatar,to make the villagers feel indebted to you and to enhance your godhood.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)03:19 No.15056126
    sacrifice Pene to Tzeentch in an attempt to restore Bells powers.
    >> Marionette !VQKJgiezS6 05/26/11(Thu)03:21 No.15056141
    True. Perhaps a snowglobe of the castle with lots of moving figurines inside that are exceedingly lifelike. And the snow changes colours constantly.

    Or maybe a Silver Gilt Endociloscope. Because I don't think they really exist.
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)03:27 No.15056187
    You summon your diplomat, who is an imitation of the creatures in a suit. Through a series of briefly summoned images, and gestures on the part of your diplomat, you communicate to the creatures of the town that the proper, respectful response to seeing you is to shuffle back and forth as a group in unison. They line up and do so, with varying degrees of success. A few of them wander off to practice. One even starts teaching those who weren't present for the original demonstration.

    You're not sure about their feelings on shade, so you give them a tree that covers half of their town. You can check back later to see if they like it.

    Next, you travel to Penelope's castle. You knock. Penelope and Issabella answer.

    You apologize for your outburst at breakfast.

    You tell them that it would be really fun to see which of them could turn King John into a better handome Prince by kissing him.

    They look at you, confused and slightly disgusted.

    You know from experience that you can't imagine changes in a sentient creature, yourself included, so you summon some strings, attach them to a floating wooden X, and lift Penelope six inches from the ground. She kicks and screams, but when she realizes that she isn't going anywhere, she stops.

    You immediately notice that something is slightly different.

    >Spend 1 point to increase anyone's imagination or willpower.
    >15 minutes. 10 seems to be just enough time to get one response.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)03:30 No.15056224
    Increase Bell's imagination.

    Imagination is so far much more useful in actual fights, and Pene is a right bitch, so giving her weapons would be a mistake.

    I'm assuming we can't increase our own?
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)03:31 No.15056236
    >You are included in "anyone."
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)03:34 No.15056250

    My instinct is to hoard power for ourselves at all times... but on the other hand, it would be nice to see results from our berating them constantly. So I'll go with Isabella.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)03:34 No.15056253
    Agreed. I would increase Issabella's capabilities before Penelope.
    We already outweigh them by enough to maintain order, so we needn't buff ourselves right now.
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)03:34 No.15056260
    >Consensus update.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)03:35 No.15056263

    Cheers, i'd probably say give it to Bells anyway, just because she's so cool.
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)03:38 No.15056286
    Finding yourself with some new supply of power, you see if you can channel it into Issabella.

    Issabella says "...can you please put Penelope down?" Then she blinks and makes an expression of concentration. Immediately a white stuffed bear appears in her arms. The bear turns his head unsteadily to look at her. She hugs him tightly.

    She's still waiting for an answer, though.
    >> Marionette !VQKJgiezS6 05/26/11(Thu)03:38 No.15056289
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)03:39 No.15056297
    >15 minutes, even though that time took about 10. Consensus speeds things up.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)03:40 No.15056303
    "Your powers are back Bells, but only now Pene isn't focussed on stopping you using them. She's been holding you back all this time, if I stop restraining her, you'll lose your powers, you'll lose your bear."

    If Bells frees Pene, then use imagination to imagine the shit she bought here as being gone, to complete le ruse.
    >> Marionette !VQKJgiezS6 05/26/11(Thu)03:42 No.15056322
    I'm down.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)03:44 No.15056337
    Did we change our alignment from lawful evil to lol evil lin the last thread?
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)03:45 No.15056345

    I don't like Pene. I couldn't persuade anyone to sacrifice her to any of the Chaos gods, so i'm finding other ways of dealing with her.

    The last two times anything interesting has been happening she attacked us, and then beheaded what was basically our capitve. She's a moronic bitch.
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)03:46 No.15056349
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)03:47 No.15056357
    "Your powers are back Bells, but only now Pene isn't focussed on stopping you using them. She's been holding you back all this time, if I stop restraining her, you'll lose your powers, you'll lose your bear."

    Penelope immediately shouts "That's not..." and then decides not to make things worse.

    Issabella hugs the bear again. "I'd rather you put her down."

    >Let's just say consensus since this is going so fast.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)03:49 No.15056379
    This lie seems very hard to maintain. As much as I'd like assurance that Issabella doesn't favour Penny, this just seems difficult.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)03:52 No.15056395

    As far as we know, losing a magical battle seems to suspend your magical powers, we can always defeat Bells if she gets into a problem.

    how about something like
    "Bells, let me talk to Pene alone, and i'll see if I can figure out a way of getting her down, but keeping your powers."

    Pene is in a position of weakness here, we should be able to find some solution to this problem.
    >> Marionette !VQKJgiezS6 05/26/11(Thu)03:53 No.15056402
    "*sigh* Well, if thats what you want Bell. Though now she knows I'm on to her, she won't dare take your bear away."

    Glare and slowly let her down.
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)04:00 No.15056445
    >I think enough people have read and commented that I want to update, but it's a tie between letting Penelope down and separating Penelope for a conversation.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)04:02 No.15056462
    Let her down
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)04:02 No.15056467
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)04:04 No.15056471
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)04:05 No.15056482
    "Well, if thats what you want Bell. Though now she knows I'm on to her, she won't dare take your bear away." You sigh and dismiss the mechanism holding Penelope in the air, causing her to fall to the ground.

    The bear disappears.

    >Consensus, hopefully.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)04:06 No.15056490
    I bet the bear is in the thinking pit. We should go check.
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)04:07 No.15056498
    The thinking pit does not currently exist because you are not currently making it exist and have not done so for a day.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)04:09 No.15056511
    Get King John to lick Bells face. Because i'm out of ideas.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)04:11 No.15056525
    Agreed, agreed.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)04:12 No.15056529
    I think it's time to do some science to figure out what causes our levelups.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)04:15 No.15056552

    I think cruel and unusual punishment leads to level ups.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)04:18 No.15056567
    cake. Power gain is directly related to having pleasant meals.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)04:18 No.15056574
    Ok, then let's... do various dick moves and see what happens? Other than repeatedly picking up and putting down Penelope I'm kind of low on ideas.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)04:22 No.15056594

    We need to separate Bells and Pene, then we can get on with some abuse.

    for now I still stand by
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)04:23 No.15056600
    If you want to do this you'll have to specify. Right now there isn't really an update worth of usable votes for me to work with, barring the admitted joke option.
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)04:24 No.15056603
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)04:29 No.15056632
    King John waddles up to Issabella and pokes her face with his tongue. He does it slightly too hard, and she is knocked back an inch, scrunching up her face in annoyance. While she is distracted, you quietly exit with Penelope.

    Because "So, were you actually doing the thing I made up?" is probably not the best approach, you go with the slightly subtler "How did you make Issabella's bear go away?"

    Penelope glares at you. "I didn't, I swear! I can't even do magic anymore! Why are you doing this?"

    >Update with consensus.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)04:32 No.15056654
    "Look, I don't understand this magic stuff. All I know is that before you fought Bells, she could use magic. I didn't know she'd get her power back when I lifted you up, but she did, isn't that wierd? So unless you tell me something I don't know about how this stuff works, i've got to assume you're doing it."
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)04:34 No.15056666
    As an amendment, get King John to keep licking Bells, to keep her occupied, make him chase her, although not obviously, away from where you and Pene are talking.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)04:38 No.15056679
    dude. what.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)04:39 No.15056686
    I can't even figure out what anon is trying to do.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)04:41 No.15056694
    You got any better ideas?
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)04:42 No.15056700
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)04:49 No.15056736
    "Look, I don't understand this magic stuff. All I know is that before you fought Bells, she could use magic. I didn't know she'd get her power back when I lifted you up, but she did, isn't that weird? So unless you tell me something I don't know about how this stuff works, i've got to assume you're doing it."

    She takes a step back. "I. Um. Um. Well, we haven't ever gotten more magic before."

    Something clicks.

    "And we've only lost it after a fight."

    But you have gotten more magic before. Just this morning, you felt the same surge of power, but many times stronger. It's almost as if dangling Penelope in the air gave you power in the same way that another recent event has.

    In the other room you hear the sound of King John waddling around, interspersed with the sound of Issabella sprinting short distances every once in a while. King John is only fast when he hops.

    >Consensus causes update.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)04:53 No.15056757
    It's the white peoples worship that fuels our might... We are their god.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)04:54 No.15056760

    I missed the last two days, so i'm not sure what that event is.

    Anyone who was around then know?

    Otherwise, i'm going to go with beating people up.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)04:54 No.15056762
    "Oh. Oh no. Oh no, no, no."

    We get our power from frightening or imprisoning sentient beings. The wall around the village, the little monster, and just now with the marionette act.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)04:56 No.15056764
    You know, we are lawful evil and in a bizarre fucking dreamworld.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)04:57 No.15056768
    The best course of action would be to propagate as many smurfs as possible, to increase the total amount of worship.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)04:58 No.15056772

    If this is true then I support my earlier call for:

    If we make ourselves increasingly godlike, we can further enslave the midgets to our will, which should give us more power. Encouraging them to breed would also help: more villagers = more slaves.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)04:58 No.15056773

    Then we can torment a bunch of little creatures!
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)04:58 No.15056777

    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)05:01 No.15056789
    >This is all very well and good but you're in a room threatening Penelope while King John and Issabella do laps. You need to decide what to do in this situation (even if it's "leave and ___"), even though discussion and long term plans are always helpful.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)05:04 No.15056802
    Narrow eyes at Pene

    "You're right, I am. Watch yourself, Pen."

    Find Bell

    Rescue Bell from King John using a small bear bouncer to carry him out.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)05:06 No.15056813
    "I think i've realised something Pene. I believe you didn't do anything, and i'm sorry for how I treated you. Go and play with Bells for a bit, there's something I need to check out. Is there anything you want before I go?"

    Get KJ to back off Bells, but make him keep watch on them, in case they need anything.
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)05:11 No.15056836
    >Break the tie please.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)05:13 No.15056845
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)05:19 No.15056870
    Suddenly, the smurfs are overrun by little pus demons. Will they fight them off? Doesn't matter, you can bet someones wife and kids will be lost in the battle.
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)05:21 No.15056885
    You say, "You're right, I am. Watch yourself, Pen," narrowing your eyes at her. She takes a step back and her eyes widen.

    Between then and entering the next room, you summon a short, wide, brown bear, who picks up King John over his head and carries him out.

    You're on the lookout for any magical energy changes now. You're sure that even the slightest thing would set you off. In fact, you have a few false starts, but none of them turn out to be anything. It seems that nothing you have just done has had much of an effect.

    Still, you have two relatively powerless humans and a village of borderline worshippers to work on, and no real time limit.

    >Consensus brings update.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)05:28 No.15056915
    Let's check on our village of weird little men!
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)05:32 No.15056929
    And then unleash horrors. Teach them the art of marionette enslavement to the new upper class.
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)05:34 No.15056943
    The village is just fine. There's a brief commotion when you approach, and the villagers gibber and scurry out to greet you with the dance they learned earlier.

    You think about imagining attackers for them, and possibly yourself as a defender. Really, you have nearly unlimited resources to use for science, aside from test subjects.
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)05:35 No.15056948
    >Or this. No opinion from me either way, but put a specific plan after the update or it's discussion.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)05:44 No.15056990
    Introduce a lemonade fountain in the middle of town, and cute colourful animals to ride and cuddle skip around . All sunshine and rainbows.

    After they have enjoyed this for about half an hour, THEN walk to a distance, Introduce a demon to take it all away. The fountain spurts caustic, the animals writhes in pain as their skin melts off. The demon sets fire to their stores and chomps on their children.
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)05:49 No.15057021
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)05:55 No.15057044
    We don't want to kill the little mens! We just want to torture them!
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)05:56 No.15057051
    I assume they can reproduce.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)05:58 No.15057066
    I wonder what the gestation period is?
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)06:01 No.15057086
    I guess we should test that.
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)06:06 No.15057115
    The village, collectively, is suspicious of the lemonade fountain, even though you've only given them nice gifts. Then, one of them approaches it, spending several seconds with its face nearly in the lemonade before poking a finger in and giving it a taste.

    A lemonade bucket chain between the storage building and the fountain forms within seconds, but a lot of the tiny creatures just want to swallow handfulls of the stuff. When the friendly, brightly colored sheep show up, nobody bothers going through the suspicious phase.

    You watch. Then you watch from a distance. Then you watch from a bigger distance. Then you hide behind a wall and dump a demon on the outskirts of the town.

    You don't want to overdo it, so you make it about ten times the size of any one creature, with sharp teeth, a tough hide, and eyes that can shoot a ray that warps whatever it touches. Perfect.

    The village's sentries spot the demon immediately. There's a brief wild panic, followed by an extremely focused panic. Everyone outside sprints for the nearest building, and shortly afterwords the various fortifications bristle with arrows.

    The demon melts the colorful sheep and turns the fountain into poisonous sludge. This earns it a coating of arrows, a few of which actually stick. It turns its attention to the fortifications, using its eye beams to melt one.

    The village's army pours out of a building flanking the demon. Before it can react, it absorbs the charge, taking a multitude of spear wounds to its legs and lower body. It limps forward, sending the front line of the army flying into the air with its fists, stuffing soldiers into its mouth. The survivors break and run. Not all of them escape.

    For the remaining few seconds of her life, the last one, cornered outside, does the one thing left to do. She dances.

    >Update with consensus.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)06:10 No.15057131
    Run forward so you're obviously visible then shoot a lazor from your finger which hits the demon and turns it into stone, an evelasting statue to your defence of the village.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)06:13 No.15057152
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)06:15 No.15057158
    >For the remaining few seconds of her life, the last one, cornered outside, does the one thing left to do. She dances.

    Let's do what >>15057131 proposed but also save that dancing villager.
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)06:16 No.15057169
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)06:17 No.15057174

    She shall be our prophet.
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)06:25 No.15057225
    You charge forward, summoning a beam effect from your finger as you change the demon to stone.

    The soldiers who did not make it inside are already dead.

    The remaining villagers slowly leave the safety of their buildings. A few form a small dance squad next to the stone demon. Most of them start to clean up. The main task is dragging away bodies.

    It seems that the village already has a graveyard set up. It's easy to overlook. Interestingly, it already has a few graves that pre-date the attack.

    You definitely don't feel more magical. If anything, you feel less.

    >Imagination: 60+6 Willpower: 40+5
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)06:26 No.15057235
    >Consensus update, but I'm looking for a session conclusion within the next few.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)06:28 No.15057243
    We're a horrible person.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)06:28 No.15057247
    Boo, I really wanted that prophet.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)06:28 No.15057249
    Smurfs died, we lost power.

    Simple link is simple.

    Start work on healthcare and agriculture. More and healthier smurfs are essential if we are ever to ascend to godhood.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)06:29 No.15057255
    Wait how are we not a god currently.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)06:30 No.15057266
    What size are the smurfs, exactly?
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)06:31 No.15057269

    We're not infinitely powerful. There's a limit to the amount of imagination we can use at one time.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)06:32 No.15057278
    The things we get up to in the absence of a real enemy.
    Roads and hospitals. Teach them how to build aqueducts, since they are always transporting liquids by bucket chains like a bunch of weenises.
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)06:32 No.15057279
    The creatures come up to your ankle if they stretch.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)06:34 No.15057290
    Those are very small creatures.
    Can we Empower some of them, to make them larger, if they show devout worship to us?
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)06:36 No.15057300
    You've tried directly altering them with your imagination, and it doesn't work, similar to how you can't directly alter yourself or Penelope.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)06:37 No.15057313
    Hmm. What else would the smurfs value?
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)06:43 No.15057343
    We should show them about lighter than air travel.
    >> Anonymous 05/26/11(Thu)06:46 No.15057357
    Make a battery farm. Maximise the smurfs:area ratio. Keep them away from the outside to prevent them dying and set up strict breeding programs. We aren't some lawful good pansy.
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)06:46 No.15057358
    >> The Narrator !!fhyQBh9j3zK 05/26/11(Thu)06:55 No.15057409
    You look over the walls you have summoned around the village. It's central plaza fills up quickly.

    You demonstrate an aqueduct in miniature using your diplomat and a few summoned props. While you don't know a lot about medicine, you demonstrate bandages, splints, sewing up large wounds, and keeping medical instruments sterile.

    The town square is silent. Then it fills with the sounds of tiny feet shuffling back and forth in unison.

    They shuffle off afterwords, most going back to work. A few drag the stone demon next to the statue of you. They leave it knocked over.

    >Divide 3 points among Imagination and Willpower.
    >Thread over.
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    >Message to be added t the update group.

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