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    201 KB Board Quest IV Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/15/11(Mon)22:08 No.15951797  

    A continent whose history is shrouded in myth. Some say the FIRST! People came here hundreds of years ago in a flash of light, from a completely different world. Others say that human kind has ALWAYS existed here, and that that is just a myth. Whatever the case, it is a place plagued by war.

    You are Lord Bidhill of Dessex, the smallest territory within the lands of /tg/. You are currently at war with your only neighboring territory, Umbra, who, in an attempt of a hostile takeover, killed the previous lord while he was attempting to negotiate a truce under a white flag.

    Now, Dessex is about to make its first strike against the hated Umbrans, in an attempt to secure a route into the nearby territory of Blackmoor, where they will hopefully find allies.
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/15/11(Mon)22:11 No.15951844
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    You are currently in your throne room, being suited up for battle.

    As your armor is attached by your squire, you listen to Sir Kahl.

    "We must be careful, my Liege; if we go through with this plan, of having you in this battle, we cannot risk your safety."
    >> Milo Zanzibar 08/15/11(Mon)22:13 No.15951868
    rolled 80 = 80

    "I know Kahl. I won't take part in the larger battle until we begin our assault in earnest. But I need to be there for the people and for myself. "

    "Besides I'm sure the Paladins and yourself won't let me fall now will you?"

    >Milo Zanzibar reporting in.
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)22:15 No.15951884
    rolled 67 = 67

    Whatevs. If we die, some other lord will take our place. Dessex will still be there.
    >> Taybur Sibigat 08/15/11(Mon)22:16 No.15951896
    Flock leader here, as soon as night falls on the first day we will be away, ready to sew chaos
    >> Tylenol Jones 08/15/11(Mon)22:18 No.15951928
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    rolled 62 = 62


    Tylenol Jones says we should roll wit da cavalry when we take down those ghouls in da graveyard. And we should face down the lord a this place ourselves.
    >> Taybur Sibigat 08/15/11(Mon)22:20 No.15951949

    Remingind you, m'lord, you may not wish to reveal your sword until the walls are breached.

    It would reveal your position instantly on the battlefield, not to mention destroying the shock value.
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/15/11(Mon)22:21 No.15951957
    "I know Kahl," You say, grimacing slightly as your squire accidentally tightens a strap to much, "I won't take part in the larger battle until we begin our assault in earnest. But I need to be there for the people and for myself. "

    Kahl sighs, but nods. "I understand, my lord."

    You smile at him.

    "Good. Besides, with both you and the paladins there with me, I am sure I have nothing to fear!"

    Soon, you are finally ready; you flex your fingers, and re-check the straps of your armor.

    "Are you ready, my Lord?" Asks Kahl, apprehension visible on his face.
    >> Taybur Sibigat 08/15/11(Mon)22:22 No.15951974
    >Forchonia, you should play the roll of our Lord
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/15/11(Mon)22:23 No.15951994
    >DMPCs rarely turn out well.
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)22:24 No.15952005
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    rolled 21 = 21

    >> Taybur Sibigat 08/15/11(Mon)22:24 No.15952007

    >Are you saying you didn't ask for this
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)22:25 No.15952027
    he didn't ask for this
    >> Milo Zanzibar 08/15/11(Mon)22:25 No.15952032

    I think the collective posters play the lord, some of us (Such as yourself) are taking indiviudal roles of focus, which helps us to not overlook elements of the plot.

    Also, I think we're ready.
    >> Taybur Sibigat 08/15/11(Mon)22:26 No.15952041

    Ah well, it won't really matter

    I agree, it's time to attack
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)22:27 No.15952049
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    rolled 100 = 100

    >> Tylenol Jones 08/15/11(Mon)22:27 No.15952052
    rolled 47 = 47

    >I realize this is off topic, but does anyone know how to make a drawbridge trap in Dwarf Fortress?
    >> Taybur Sibigat 08/15/11(Mon)22:29 No.15952071

    Build a bridge; as you build, it will ask you to define which way it will close.

    Then, build two mechanisms ( you need a mechanic).

    Build a lever (1 mechanism) and connect it to the bridge (1 mechanism).

    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)22:29 No.15952077
    rolled 48 = 48

    >The easiest way to do it is start a new thread or google it
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)22:30 No.15952082


    First and third results in google respectively
    >> Tylenol Jones 08/15/11(Mon)22:30 No.15952097
    rolled 11 = 11


    Yeah, I know. But it just came up, and I didn't want to make a new thread for my one question.


    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/15/11(Mon)22:33 No.15952122
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    "Yes, Kahl, I am. Let's get going."


    You watch from the back of your steed as your forces begin to march to the south; cavalry, crossbowmen, infantry, and several hundred dwarves, as well as a long line of War Wagons, all of them covered in metal shields.

    You travel for several days, until you reach the border between Dessex and Umbra, and the edge of the Black Forest.

    Kahl pulls his steed to a halt next to you.

    "Well, my Lord, we're here. It'll be another day and a half or so before we reach the other side, and then..."

    "And then we kick those kobold-fuckers right in the daddy bags!"

    You look around, trying to find the person speaking, before looking down, to see Urvash Strongbeard riding a donkey.

    He laughs.

    "What? You expectin' me to ride a pony or something?"
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)22:36 No.15952157
    rolled 87 = 87

    for before the Battle.
    "Rally the men! To me! To me! Brave soldiers! To me, loyal sons of Dessex! Listen, listen up, my comrades!
    This is a good day, a day that shall be remembered in the history of all the Forchania. When the bard's sing songs about the glorious people of Dessex, when the poets flatter our virtues, this day will be on the first verse. For this is the day we stop being pushed around, being ordered, spit on and trampled by the greedy and the malevolent. For too long has Umbra tormented our fine people with their hunger for lands and money, even if it cost the blood of the innocent. For too long, corrupted noble and fake kings opressed the people on both side of this border. But this stop today. This day we take comand not only of our kingdom, and our destiny, but also comand of History. You are not only soldiers, but historians and scholars. I'm giving you the Ink and parchment, Take your swords and write me a battle tale to make the Umbrians wet their beds. And we this is done, we will have writen our names in the most solid stone, and we will have writen it under the flag of the Champions of justice and slayers of tyrants! TO ARMS, DWARVES AND MEN! AND UNTO THE BREACH!"
    >> Milo Zanzibar 08/15/11(Mon)22:37 No.15952174

    Manly speech of awesome. Grab yourself a name so we can follow your posts good sir!
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)22:37 No.15952177
    rolled 32 = 32

    Rolling to Veto.
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)22:39 No.15952190
    rolled 15 = 15

    Um...yes. This is good.
    >> Taybur Sibigat 08/15/11(Mon)22:39 No.15952195
    Rolling to....wait for night, I guess
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)22:40 No.15952198
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    I guess you could say Dessex is conducting a military coupe.
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/15/11(Mon)22:40 No.15952199
    It is the middle of the night, and the main host has set up camp.

    The forest is, like its name, black. Pitch black, in fact, beyond the meager light your campfires provide.

    You, Kahl, Urvash, and Spymaster Soren are seated in the command tent, going over the battle plans for the final time.

    "So, we'll dig ourselves under through here-" Urvash places a sausage-like finger on a point of the map, "And breach into their cellars. After that, we can start sending in some of Soren's birdies, and-"

    Suddenly, you hear sounds of alarm, and screams of pain outside your tent!

    >Wat do?
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/15/11(Mon)22:41 No.15952208
    >Very nice.
    >> Taybur Sibigat 08/15/11(Mon)22:41 No.15952222
    rolled 14 = 14


    Rolling to check what the hell happened
    >> Kha 08/15/11(Mon)22:43 No.15952235
    rolled 62 = 62

    Ok, so it's me from >>15952157
    Now with a nick
    >> Milo Zanzibar 08/15/11(Mon)22:45 No.15952251
    rolled 75 = 75

    Draw a silvered Axe or sword from somewhere in the tent. With Kahl covering our back and Soren covering his, Move outside, weapons drawn.
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/15/11(Mon)22:45 No.15952257
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    You quickly rush out of your tent, as do the rest of the group.

    You hear the clash of steel and the roar of beasts as horns blare into the dark night.

    You draw your blade as Kahl begins to shout orders to anyone within range.

    Suddenly, you feel a sharp pain in your back, and you are sent flying into a nearby tree, knocking the breath out of your lungs.

    >Cont. Next Post
    >> Kha 08/15/11(Mon)22:45 No.15952261
    rolled 30 = 30

    Shit... Just when we got a inspiring speech. Ok, pick your epic blade of awesome and go chop some heads. Something is attacking us, and we must kill it. Personally. For morale sake
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)22:46 No.15952277
    rolled 89 = 89

    We have an awesome sword full of magic and wonder. Let us use that instead.
    Also, a helmet. Always wear a helmet.
    >> Milo Zanzibar 08/15/11(Mon)22:48 No.15952288

    NO! We cannot reveal the bro-sword so soon. It must be a backup weapon incase everything goes downhill.
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/15/11(Mon)22:48 No.15952297
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    You raise your head, and see a massive, slathering beast, its fur the color of soot, its fangs a disgusting shade of yellow.

    It looks at you with blood-red eyes, and then... it speaks!

    "So, you are the Lord of Dessex? This will be fun..."

    The beast lumbers toward you!
    >> Kha 08/15/11(Mon)22:49 No.15952307
    rolled 65 = 65

    Chop him with the sword of Awesome. This will raise morale. And start legends!
    >> Taybur Sibigat 08/15/11(Mon)22:49 No.15952310
    rolled 59 = 59


    Me and my little birds are ready for a fight; luckily we are all proficient with throwing knives

    Aim for his eyes, men!
    >> Milo Zanzibar 08/15/11(Mon)22:50 No.15952321
    rolled 97 = 97

    GUT HIM!

    While doing this shout:

    "Kahl! Reorder the units! Make the beasts fight regiments! Not soldiers!"
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)22:51 No.15952333
    If the druids have any spells of light that would be usefull for our men. In the meantime, have at them!
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)22:52 No.15952340
    rolled 35 = 35

    Things are going to go downhill.
    We can use the bro-sword now to prevent things from going downhill in the first place. Our bowmen need light to see this beast.
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)22:53 No.15952354
    rolled 28 = 28

    also rolling for that post
    >> Taybur Sibigat 08/15/11(Mon)22:55 No.15952377
    rolled 75 = 75


    Time to break out the POISON DARTS MOTHERFUCKER
    >> Milo Zanzibar 08/15/11(Mon)22:55 No.15952378
    >You hear the clash of steel and the roar of beasts as horns blare into the dark night.

    >I think theres more than one guys...
    >> Kha 08/15/11(Mon)22:56 No.15952385
    rolled 93 = 93

    IMHO the Sword of Awesome is not only a great weapon, its psychological warfare to scare enemies and raise our own morale. Using to rally your men agaisnt the beast, simply by drawing it at a putch black florest, your men should look at you, even the enemy my stop in hist tracks for a second. The second you need to scream "For Dessex, with me, men!" and get them attacking with cooperative effort.
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)22:58 No.15952395
    rolled 24 = 24

    "Ah, I see my reputation precedes me. Now, if you don't mind, I intend to use your hide as my new cloak. Cheers!"
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/15/11(Mon)22:58 No.15952399
    Gasping for breath, you manage to maintain the grip on your sword; the beast lashes its claws out at you, but you manage to roll to the side, though still receiving a large gash along your side as one of the beast's claws rips through a thin section of your armor.

    It tries to strike again, but this time, you are ready, and you bring your sword up to defend yourself; the metal shines brightly, and the beast howls in pain, its fingers bursting into flame upon contact with the enchanted steel.

    Suddenly, you hear several "THWIPS" in the air, and the beast howls again, reaching behind its back with its non-flaming hand, as several knives are embedded within its back.
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/15/11(Mon)22:59 No.15952406
    With the beast... occupied, you spare a look towards Kahl.

    The aging warrior beheads what appears to be a normal wolf... the size of a pony.


    He turns to you, and you continue:

    "Reorder the units! Make the beasts fight regiments! Not soldiers!"

    "Aye, my Lord!"

    Kahl gives you a salute, before crushing the head of a fallen (but still breathing) beast beneath his heel, and begins to gather the men.

    You turn to the beast you were fighting earlier; the arm up to its elbow has seemingly burned away, and it is rolling on the forest floor, setting fire to various twigs and sticks.
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)23:04 No.15952465
    rolled 62 = 62


    You know my name. Now, you will know my sword!
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)23:09 No.15952511
    rolled 4 = 4

    Urvash SHOULD be riding a pony. Those things have wicked carrying ability, which is necessary for a heavily armored warhorse. We should find him a pony later
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/15/11(Mon)23:11 No.15952528
    You slowly stagger over to the beast, ignoring the pain of the gash in your side.

    You place a foot on its chest, as the beast begins to wheeze, black blood and bile dribbling from its maw.

    You put the tip of your sword to its throat, and look it in the eye.

    "You know my name, beast... Now, you will know my sword."

    With a grunt of effort, you then thrust the blade into the skull of the creature, from the bottom of the jaw, to the top of the cranium. The Beast screams for a fraction of a second, and bursts into flame...

    But it doesn't hurt you.

    You stand inside the golden flames, awe-struck, and as you look up, you realize everyone on the battlefield; werewolf, human, or dwarf, are just as surprised as you are.
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)23:12 No.15952541
    rolled 23 = 23

    should build a great wall
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)23:13 No.15952548
    rolled 26 = 26

    Put it out of its misery before it starts a forest fire. If we use a regular ax we can keep its head as a trophy.
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)23:13 No.15952551
    rolled 93 = 93

    also, planning ahead: when we besige the castle, we should have the birdies try and find out the enemy's plans for when they will try and raid our siege camp (as they most assuredly will). When that time comes, have our men dressed in full battle uniform, INSIDE the camp tents. They'll think we're sleeping, and we can turn on them with great speed, maximising enemy losses.
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)23:13 No.15952553
    rolled 58 = 58


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wCNICT2en_U is now playing.
    >> Milo Zanzibar 08/15/11(Mon)23:14 No.15952560
    rolled 97 = 97

    Blade in hand begin to stalk towards the remaining enemies.

    "I am Baron of Dessex. And no being shall halt our armies."

    Then join the battle.
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)23:14 No.15952563

    Did we just Exalt?!
    If so awesome, if not still awesome.
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)23:15 No.15952572
    rolled 3 = 3

    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)23:16 No.15952582
    rolled 66 = 66

    Don't let them leave, they will warn the local lord.
    >> Taybur Sibigat 08/15/11(Mon)23:18 No.15952597
    >Can we rename our battle-spies something a bit cooler than the birdies? Something like the "Stormcrows"?

    "M'Lord, they know. Shall we push the beasts back and mount a counterattack? Or shall we wait til dawn and proceed as planned?"
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)23:21 No.15952613

    Storms aren't exactly stealthy, and neither are crows. I, personally, love the Birdies because Birdies are inconspicuous. They just flutter about and chirp and nobody pays them any notice despite being in plain view. And have you seen pigeons? They end up in all sorts of nooks and crannies.

    Also you have some random OC character, be satisfied with that.
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)23:22 No.15952621
    rolled 32 = 32

    They will warn him, and his men. They will know fear, and tremble before the wrath of the flamesword.

    Morale is the greater part of war, and theirs will be shattered.
    >> Taybur Sibigat 08/15/11(Mon)23:22 No.15952624

    As you will, then
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)23:22 No.15952627
    rolled 40 = 40

    I posted this in the last thread, had to do real life stuff, and came back to discover I'd posted it AFTER the thread jumped ship. Probably too late now, but:

    Let's try to avoid civilian casualties, after generations of living under Evil Vampires, insane, reality-Warping Mages, and ravenous Werewolves, they'll probably be picking up torches and pitchforks and storming the castle alongside us if we don't act like assholes.
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)23:22 No.15952628

    I like "Hounds," personally.
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)23:23 No.15952632

    Undead abominations don't typically have morale to be affected, I say round up as many as we can.
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)23:24 No.15952637
    Both of you are ripping off GRR Martin, so stop quibbling.
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/15/11(Mon)23:24 No.15952645
    >Hell to the yes.

    With your flaming blade in hand, you slowly stalk towards the main horde, the golden pyre that was once your foe illuminating you like a golden halo.

    "I am Lord Bidhill of Dessex. And no being shall halt our armies."

    This seems to knock your men out of their stupor, and, with a roar of triumph, they descend upon the werewolves surrounding the camp.

    The beasts are quickly overwhelmed, and soon, the few that remain begin to retreat into the forest.
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)23:24 No.15952648
    rolled 53 = 53

    And give them time to raise their dead, plan their defence, arm their men? Nay! hunt them down like dogs.
    >> Kha 08/15/11(Mon)23:24 No.15952649
    rolled 79 = 79

    This anon spoke true words. Aye, brother
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/15/11(Mon)23:26 No.15952662
    >I prefer to call it a homage.
    >> Taybur Sibigat 08/15/11(Mon)23:28 No.15952672

    >I didn't even realize I was ripping off something, I was drawing the idea from the "Daughter of the Lioness" series by Tamora Pierce
    >> Milo Zanzibar 08/15/11(Mon)23:29 No.15952684
    And we kicked ass. How many days until we get to the castle?
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)23:30 No.15952693
    rolled 62 = 62

    Their walls are not held exclusively by undead, given their need to raise more before the fight.
    They ambushed our camp in the night, and the werewolf we killed alread knew our name. The cat has long since been let out of the bag, the best we can do is terrify them and hurry forward to destroy the crypt and stop the raising.
    >> Taybur Sibigat 08/15/11(Mon)23:30 No.15952695

    I think we were to arrive tomorrow
    >> Milo Zanzibar 08/15/11(Mon)23:31 No.15952705

    >Tamora Pierce does good stuff. *Brofist*
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)23:32 No.15952719
    So what are the odds that we've been infected and are in danger of becoming a werewolf? Hopefully the cure is to kill the werewolf who infected you, if so we should be good. If not...
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/15/11(Mon)23:34 No.15952729
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    You breathe out a sigh of relief, before grimacing as a flash of pain erupts from your side.

    You remove your hand, to see it coated in blood. You struggle to stay standing, but inevitably collapse to the ground, still gripping your sword, though its light begins to sputter and die.

    "My lord? LORD BIDHILL!"

    You hear voices, but they seem so distant...

    And then, nothing.

    >Cont. Next post
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)23:34 No.15952738
    rolled 58 = 58


    This. We should consult the Druid and the Priestess on this matter, and anybody else who might know about Lycanthropy and curing it.
    >> Taybur Sibigat 08/15/11(Mon)23:36 No.15952758

    Well shit
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)23:38 No.15952768
    rolled 48 = 48


    Shit. I think you might be right.
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)23:41 No.15952790

    I'm down for >>15952766 so long as we retain full use of our faculties at all times including a full moon. Otherwise that shit becomes a liability.
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)23:42 No.15952800
    rolled 21 = 21

    Isn't it the werewolf bite that traditionally infects? It just got us with the claws, the rules of infection may not come into play, depending on how lycanthropy works in this setting.
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)23:44 No.15952822
    rolled 75 = 75

    "Pretty damn fine!"
    Check to see that your possessions are still on your person.
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)23:46 No.15952836
    rolled 65 = 65

    Like table scraps after a grand feast. I must know the conditions of the campaign, my men and myself in that order.
    >> Kha 08/15/11(Mon)23:47 No.15952842
    rolled 97 = 97

    "There is little time to care about me. We have a battle to win. It's not a blitzkrieg without the blitz, right?"
    "Anyway, if we are not currently moving and sieging the fortress, we should start to move towards it now. Apart from that, Ogden, what you know about lycantropy?"
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)23:48 No.15952851
    yep but since we don't know what legends or rules apply we can only speculate.
    >> Taybur Sibigat 08/15/11(Mon)23:53 No.15952909
    As long as our lord is alive, I think the attack should still go on as planned.

    None of our operations relied on any element of surprise from the enemy, only that we keep certain elements a secret throughout the siege.
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)23:54 No.15952915
    rolled 22 = 22

    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/15/11(Mon)23:55 No.15952921
    "Pretty damn fine."

    In truth, you feel like shit, but it seems less heroic to say that out loud. You take a drink of water, before turning to them once more.

    "There is little time to care about me. We have a battle to win. It's not a blitzkrieg without the blitz, right?"

    You do your best to stifle a cough of pain; Akara scoffs, and Ogden looks concerned, but neither speaks.

    "Anyway, if we are not currently moving and sieging the fortress, we should start to move towards it now. Also, I must know the conditions of the campaign, my men and myself, in that order, at once."

    "Not to worry, my lord!"

    You look up, and see that Sir Kahl is riding behind the wagon.

    "We are nearly there now. We were almost afraid we would have to start without you! Hell of a light show you did, though. The men won't stop chattering about it, they're like schoolgirls."

    "And as for you," says Akara, "You will be fine. The beast snapped three of your ribs; I do not know how you managed to stay standing as long as you did. They are healed, now, but you will be sore for a few days."

    You nod at both of them, before turning to the druid.

    "Apart from that, Ogden, what you know about lycanthropy?"

    He seems surprised by the question.

    "What do you mean? Are you worried you were infected?"

    He shakes his head.

    "Umbran Lycanthropy is hereditary, not viral. You will be fine."
    >> Milo Zanzibar 08/15/11(Mon)23:57 No.15952937
    rolled 80 = 80

    "Excellent. How many men did we loose in the attack? How many werewolves did we manage to defeat?"
    >> Anonymous 08/15/11(Mon)23:58 No.15952949
    We must enlist the aid of the warriors of /fit/ for they are totally jacked up.
    >> Taybur Sibigat 08/16/11(Tue)00:00 No.15952962
    rolled 100 = 100

    Can we strip the fur off the dead werewolves to make cloaks for the Birds? Might come in handy if things get shot to hell inside the fortress

    With m'Lord's permission of course
    >> Kha 08/16/11(Tue)00:04 No.15952987
    rolled 58 = 58

    "Since there is no reason to worry about me, both in short and long terms, Tell me how the dwarven efforts on the tunnel ?"

    After that, we shoudl send scouts to the nearby villages and small thorps and see how the common people is reacting to our invasion. Our scouts should carry a speech to announce to the people of the sorrounding areas that the evil overlords will be thrown off, and they will be welcome to form militias and enforce our siege if they wish.

    >Captcha: stars ralsedi.
    ask for a astrologist to see what the heavens says. Also if the ralsedi constelation is alligned with the sun or some shit
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)00:04 No.15952990
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    A thought occurs, with the hereditary lycanthropy.
    By no means are we to hunt down werewolves and eradicate them from our lands. By no means are we to usher in a new empire for the glory of the untainted master race, round them up into camps or try to cure them on a mass scale, however tempting and beneficial it may be.

    But we will end up with a town full of savage beasts, unfit for society.
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/16/11(Tue)00:06 No.15953003
    "Excellent. How many men did we lose in the attack? How many werewolves did we manage to defeat?"

    Ogden sighs.

    "Over 100 were killed before the alarm was sounded; the beasts came out of no where. All in all, we lost nearly 250, with about 275 injured."

    "But," Interjects Kahl, "We managed to slay about twice that number of the enemy. Once the surprise wore off, our silver weapons made short work of them. As did your... well, you know."

    Akara smirks, her expression smug.

    "You're welcome for that, by the way; I enchanted that sword myself. You'd be dead otherwise."
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)00:08 No.15953021
    rolled 85 = 85

    Mental note, we should look to reinforcing our armor if we are to battle the likes of werewolves in the future. Whether it's strengthened by a stronger alloy, enchantments or a combination of both we can't afford to be laid up on the side lines before a battle a second time.

    The alternative of course is to become a better warrior and not get caught off guard like that, but that isn't something we can delegate to another.
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/16/11(Tue)00:09 No.15953030
    >To be fair, it was mostly just being unlucky; your armor is skillfully made, but the roll was like a 50 or something, so I had it get in between the plates. Also, werewolf claws are as sharp as steel, so there is that.
    >> Taybur Sibigat 08/16/11(Tue)00:10 No.15953043
    rolled 52 = 52


    Can the birds (the Hounds, now?) also strip off the claws from the corpses? We'd totally love to have werewolf claw throwing knives to match our werewolf fur cloaks
    >> Kha 08/16/11(Tue)00:11 No.15953055
    rolled 27 = 27

    We need to gather the support of the sorroung villages. if the scout and the speech isnt a good ideia. Maybe we can send food wagons to the villages. We have enough food for the army and so far a steady supply line. Also, gaining their support will grant us food from this region. So send food in the name of Dessex.
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)00:11 No.15953056
    rolled 35 = 35

    Thank her. Whatever keeps her pride in line.

    Also, make sure to increase the number of men we keep on sentry, and have them within sight of each other at all times. We don't want another suprise like that one.
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)00:13 No.15953068

    "Your skill in enchanting is only surpassed by your dedication to the Light, my Lady. For that, you have my thanks.".

    Hopefully, that is not TOO maudlin for her tastes. Gotta keep her ego properly inflated.
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)00:13 No.15953076
    rolled 88 = 88

    Of course, but the only thing that can thwart bad luck is preparation and skill. Ours was simply lacking this time around and if this armor hadn't been skillfully crafted we'd be dead. Besides I meant it for after we made it back to the safety of Dessex.
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)00:13 No.15953077
    rolled 11 = 11

    Give Akara her due thanks, lest she feel unappreciated.
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/16/11(Tue)00:14 No.15953085
    Ignoring Akara for a moment, you notice that the Birdies with Soren in a wagon behind yours are wearing... something.

    "Kahl; whats with those men behind Soren?"

    Kahl turns his head for a moment, before nodding.

    "Ah; they were the "birdies" that threw the knives at the beasts that attacked you. They skinned some of them, and are using the hides as cloaks. I think they took some claws to use as knives, as well."

    You aren't sure whether that's creepy or awesome, but you decide to let it go for now.
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)00:16 No.15953099

    It also would be wise to keep a paladin on rotation with them during patrols. I am assume that they can sense evil in this setting. Even a few seconds can make all the difference in getting a warning out.
    >> Taybur Sibigat 08/16/11(Tue)00:16 No.15953104

    >Aw yeah, Forchania I fucking love you bro

    "I can't even begin to describe how thankful I am, sire. We may not be a magic sword, true, but we hope you will always remember that even Birds have claws"
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)00:17 No.15953110
    rolled 2 = 2

    I'm down for that and the cloak thing. Personally I would have liked to have made each hide into a mildly enchanted trophy to those who slew that particular wolf, thus giving our army a sense of accomplishment and reinforcement to look upon in dark times ahead as well as a boon to distinguish veterans by.
    >> Kha 08/16/11(Tue)00:18 No.15953121
    rolled 81 = 81

    "Kahl, I just had this crazy ideia that is persisting on my mind. What if we dispatch messenger to the villages of this region. Maybe get them on our side. If the Umbra lords are half as evil as we believe, the peasants and commons should be eager to see them thrown of. We may send them food or other supply we have in excess and can spend, as a gift with a message of peace and freedom. Then let's see if they join us in the fight, or at the very least, support our cause with food or other resource."

    (can't blame me for trying)
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/16/11(Tue)00:19 No.15953124

    You turn to Akara.

    "And thank you, my Lady. Your skill at enchanting is only matched by your devotion to the Light. I am in your debt."

    She nods, but says nothing. You then turn to Kahl.

    "Sir Kahl, in the future, I think it would be prudent to double the guard patrols at night. We cannot afford to lose more men to these raids."

    Kahl nods.

    "I agree completely, my Lord. We will be arriving in a few hours; it may be best for you to get some more rest until then."

    Perhaps he's right. Or is he?
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)00:20 No.15953131
    An hero
    >> Taybur Sibigat 08/16/11(Tue)00:21 No.15953133

    I swear, on our honor as Birds, that henceforth whoever slays a werewolf shall have it's corpse as a boon.

    >Remember, the Birds as a group only has a few people. I'm thinking maybe 30 max, but definitely less than 50.
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/16/11(Tue)00:21 No.15953136
    >Apologies; I don't actively ignore non-stupid suggestions, I must have missed that one. I'll mold this into the next post.
    >> Milo Zanzibar 08/16/11(Tue)00:22 No.15953145
    rolled 34 = 34

    Our siege will take a few days, there will be time to sleep. I think we should get up and at least make an appearance to the rest of the troops in the convoy, to boost that morale even higher!
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)00:22 No.15953146
    rolled 56 = 56

    Ditto, winnan the hearts and minds of the people will be useful. Though maybe we should wait until after the siege to sway them.

    > peoples, bidayi

    no captcha its BidHILL but yes these shall be our people.
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/16/11(Tue)00:22 No.15953151
    >That number is about right, I would think. They are sort of a mixture between Assassins, Spies, and Secret-Service agents.
    >> Taybur Sibigat 08/16/11(Tue)00:24 No.15953158

    >Thanks Forchania, every little bit helps

    "As soon as night falls, the Birds will be ready to fly"
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)00:25 No.15953169
    rolled 90 = 90

    We should do this and make a specific effort to visit the other wounded and personally thank them for their efforts.
    >> Kha 08/16/11(Tue)00:29 No.15953191
    rolled 54 = 54

    I agree with this
    Hey, no problem. I'm just thinking about expanding our resource options.
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/16/11(Tue)00:31 No.15953198
    You shake your head at Kahl.

    "Our siege will take a few days, Kahl. There will be time to sleep then."

    "As you wish, my lord."

    "I think I should, at the very least, speak to the men. Morale is quite important, after all..."

    That gives you an idea.

    "Speaking of morale... If these Umbran lords are as evil and bloodthirsty as they appear, then surely that is quite lacking among the local human population, yes?"

    Kahl nods slowly, not quite understanding. You continue:

    "Thus, the locals likely harbor no love for their masters. We should seek them out. Offer them food, supplies, and friendship, so long as they aid us in the coming battle. Even if they will not fight, they may at least offer us supplies we do not have."

    Kahl grins.

    "That... could very well work, my lord. I will have Soren send some of his Birdies out immediately. Is there anything else? Or shall I begin rallying the troops to hear your speech?"
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)00:33 No.15953205
    I like to imagine /m/ is sitting in an orbiting space station full of lost technology that they can repair, maintain, and operate but no longer completely understand.
    >> Milo Zanzibar 08/16/11(Tue)00:33 No.15953209
    rolled 35 = 35

    "Rally the troops. We do not wish to take to long. There's sieges to be had!"
    >> Taybur Sibigat 08/16/11(Tue)00:34 No.15953213

    Maybe once we expand far enough we can meet up with /x/ or something

    Or maybe these Umbrans are holding her hostage, hence why they can summon werewolfs and what not?
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/16/11(Tue)00:39 No.15953251
    You grin at him.

    "Rally the troops, Kahl. We have little time to spare, and there's a siege to be won!"

    The old knight gives you a salute, smiling warmly, and quickly trots away from your wagon, bellowing to gain the attention of the main host.

    As you begin to sit up, Ogden puts a hand on your shoulder.

    "I do not expect you to not fight in this battle... But you must be careful. The men see you as a symbol of hope. If you fall, then Dessex will follow."
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)00:40 No.15953259
    rolled 34 = 34

    "Speaking of birdies, I need to speak with Soren, we will need to divine the source of our information leak, though I have a few thoughts as to its origins myself an ill informed decision may do more harm than good right now."
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/16/11(Tue)00:42 No.15953270
    >This will be put in after the speech is given, seeing as several people seem suspicious of Soren anyway.
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)00:42 No.15953275
    >to clarify I harbor suspicions that the noble that we chastised may have sent word to umbra.
    >> Milo Zanzibar 08/16/11(Tue)00:44 No.15953282
    rolled 46 = 46

    "Duly noted Ogden."

    Walk out to the side of the cart to the troops.

    "Men! Last night was the first victory the men of Dessex have secured against a proper enemy in many years. We no longer fight mere /b/arbarians, but an organized enemy!


    Wait for cheers to subside.

    "I stand before you, proof that while I am blessed to be your lord, I am also a man. I bleed like any of you. But that shall not stop me! That shall not stop us! Soon we shall fight like men possesed! and we will show the Umbrans what true soldiers are made of!"
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/16/11(Tue)00:44 No.15953284
    >> Taybur Sibigat 08/16/11(Tue)00:45 No.15953299

    Good plan; I'd been wondering about the ambush myself, and magic didn't seem to make any sense
    >> Kha 08/16/11(Tue)00:46 No.15953314
    rolled 27 = 27

    Can we use my speech when the battle comes?
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)00:48 No.15953322
    rolled 26 = 26

    One will always be suspicious of a spymaster or a vizier. Because they are constantly feeding you information and ideas so they have sway over your decisions. If we mistrust Soren openly we'll just make a self fulfilling prophecy in which he betrays us, instead we should remain guarded with him but even if he is betraying us, we should attempt to win his loyalty (because that leaves us in a prime position to pull a triple cross and those are always fun)
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)00:50 No.15953344
    rolled 15 = 15


    Not the same guy, but I agree. Also, not just guarded, but RESPECTFUL of the current use and the future POTENTIAL use he has been/will be to you. Seriously, the guy deserves a pat on the back. But don't actually do that, I don't think he'd appreciate that.
    >> Milo Zanzibar 08/16/11(Tue)00:52 No.15953371
    Well who do we class as trusted then? Kahl, Ogden? Healer Lady?
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)00:53 No.15953375
    To clarify, they would be the descendents of the station's original staff and would treat the technology with almost holy reverence, and every once in a while they come down to the surface to search and trade for lost tech, which they then return to the station and preserve to ensure that it is not lost forever. Kind of like a mix of Adeptus Mechanicus and the Brotherhood Of Steel. Their most prized relics would of course be their heavily armed and armored power suits.
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/16/11(Tue)00:55 No.15953390
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    >Epicness is Epic.

    "Duly noted Ogden."

    You slowly get up, and, after considering donning a tunic, decide not to, leaving the wagon with your torso bare, revealing the bandages covering your wound.

    The caravan has stopped, and the main host stands at attention in front of you, nearly two-thousand strong. At first, you worry that you will not be heard, but you notice Ogden at your side.

    "The trees and the wind will relay your words, my Lord."

    You nod, and then turn to the soldiers.

    "Men! Last night was the first victory the people of Dessex have secured against a proper enemy in many years! We no longer fight mere barbarians, but an organized enemy!"

    You hear a few cheers, and murmurs of agreement bubble amongst the crowd.


    The men erupt into cheers and shouts, as well as a few rather harsh insults concerning the parentage of the Umbrans. After a few moments, it finally settles, and you continue. You gesture towards your (still somewhat bloody) bandages, and continue speaking.

    "I stand before you, now, as proof that while I am blessed to be your lord, I am also a man. I bleed like any of you. But that shall not stop me!"

    More cheers.

    "That shall not stop us!"

    The ground begins to shake, as the dwarves stomp upon the earth, their voices like bronze gongs.

    "Soon we shall fight like men possesed! And we will show the Umbrans WHAT TRUE SOLDIERS ARE MADE OF!"
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/16/11(Tue)00:56 No.15953398

    You are almost deafened by the wave of jubilation that reaches your ears. With a grin, you slowly turn away from the soldiers. Sir Kahl claps you on the shoulder.

    "Brilliant speech, sire."

    "Thank you Kahl. But there is something serious I must attend to."

    Kahl raises an eyebrow.

    "Yes? What is it?"

    "We should not have been ambushed like we were. They should not have known we were coming so quickly."

    You narrow your eyes.

    "I need to speak to the Spymaster about a certain ungrateful noble."

    >BTW, is there an exact science to knowing when thread will soon auto-sage? I've been using the length of the scroll bar, but it'd be nice to know exactly.
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)00:57 No.15953404
    rolled 52 = 52


    I'm willing to trust the priestess but we'll have to get to know her better and whittle that pride down a bit.

    I'm not familliar enough with the others to place a firm trust or don't trust on them.
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/16/11(Tue)00:58 No.15953413
    >Don't you worry, my good man. I won't let such epicness go to waste.
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)00:59 No.15953420
    About 250 or so, though image bumps tend to skew it somewhat.
    >> Taybur Sibigat 08/16/11(Tue)01:00 No.15953423

    >There's a post limit, I think it's at 200/250
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/16/11(Tue)01:03 No.15953444
    >Indeed? Many thanks.

    After you have fully dressed, you make your way to Spymaster Soren's wagon.

    Upon entering, you see several of his birdies - all of them wearing Werewolf cloaks - standing silently behind him, as he sits down behind a table, drinking tea.

    "An impressive performance, my Lord. I have never seen the men so jubilant."

    He takes another sip.

    "Would you like some tea?"
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)01:03 No.15953449

    Slow drawfag, reporting in. Got to the party late, but I will try and whip up something before the thread dies. If not, I will drop it off the next time we go adventuring. Keep up the good work Forchania.
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)01:04 No.15953457
    rolled 35 = 35

    Just chucking it out there, I am still concerned that Urvash is using a donkey as a mount for war. It just makes no sense. Donkeys are not steeds.
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)01:05 No.15953464
    It's a giant red flag if we don't accept.
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)01:08 No.15953486
    rolled 25 = 25

    Accept his tea as a sign of trust. Never actually drink it, but accept the gesture.

    "Once again I find myself in need of your expertise Soren. An ambush like that doesn't happen on its own. We've been compromised, which wasn't unexpected. What we need to do now is find out the how and the why. Any thoughts?"
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)01:08 No.15953487
    rolled 65 = 65

    Say yes, sit down, reach for the pot yourself, top him up.
    Wait, this is silly, Soren is totally trustworthy. Just be on the level about a possible leak.
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/16/11(Tue)01:08 No.15953489
    >(Using 35 as Knowledge Check)
    From your studies as a boy with Master Mathias, you are fairly certain Dwarves do not use cavalry at all, due to the cramped tunnels of their normal homes. He is simply using it to keep up.
    >> Kha 08/16/11(Tue)01:08 No.15953490
    rolled 66 = 66

    "Yes thank you Soren." drink a sip
    "There is something troubling my mind. Our advance was quickly and to the most concealed from the enemy. I understand its not easy to hide a army so ig, but i got the feeling somehow our ofensive was known. Almost 400 lycans gathered and in dispostion for ambush and battle is not a common sight. I worry we mught have a traitor, and you is the best man i can thinkto locate him.\"
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)01:09 No.15953497

    Politely decline ("Thank you Soren, but I will have to pass. I have had enough medicine from the healers today passing down my gullet and wouldn't want you wasting such fine tea on an ungrateful stomach."). Speak to him about our suspicions and see if there is a way to confirm them. Also, thank him and his Birdies for their unseen work for our fight. Make it known that they are a crucial for our success.
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)01:10 No.15953504
    You lot need to remember that the forest probably has scouts. Any wandering werewolf could have seen an army coming.
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)01:12 No.15953518
    It still should take awhile to gather 400 soldiers together. Not too long, maybe a week, but we've literally JUST crossed into their territory.
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)01:12 No.15953519
    The problem is gathering an ambush of 400+ so quickly. More importantly they knew our name and we've only been recently appointed, we aren't famous enough to recognize on sight (or scent)...yet.
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)01:12 No.15953522



    Raise a good point. This could well be a test of trust. And if he did poison us, we ARE surrounded by our troops AND a high level druid.
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/16/11(Tue)01:15 No.15953538
    You sit down on the other side of the table, and accept the cup Soren pours for you.

    "Thank you, Sir Soren."

    You take a sip, enjoying the flavor of the tea (Longbottom Leaf, your favorite), before speaking.

    "There is something... Troubling me. Our advance was quick and, seemingly, concealed from enemy knowledge. I understand it is not easy to hide a army of this size, but I get the feeling the enemy somehow knew we were coming."

    You look up at Soren, who says nothing, and then continue:

    "Almost 400 lycanthropes gathered and in dispostion for ambush and battle is not a common sight. I worry we have a traitor in our midst, and, if this is so, I feel you are the best man I could hope to root him out."

    Soren says nothing for a moment, merely sipping his tea. Then, he places it on the table.

    "I share your fears as well, my Lord. It was not a simple patrol; there were far too many."

    He looks at you from beneath his hood.

    "Is there... someone you have in mind?"
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)01:18 No.15953563
    Man, he is just baiting us here.
    Though if he really wanted us dead, I'm sure he'd just have one of his birdies put a standard infantry sword through our back during the battle.

    Tell him it's Lord whatshisface. Someone help out here, the hell was his name?
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)01:18 No.15953568
    rolled 43 = 43

    Lord (disguntled guy, don't remember his name) is one of the more obvious candidates, given his recent outbursts, but we should not jump to conclusions.
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)01:18 No.15953569
    I must petition thee o artisan. Dessex would be rich to have portrait of our golden wreathed lord slaying the werewolf to hang in our halls.
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/16/11(Tue)01:22 No.15953601
    You sigh.

    "Sir Erik Norton, the man who was... rather vocal, about his opinions on my ability, is one of the more obvious candidates, given his recent outbursts, but we should not jump to conclusions."

    Soren nods slowly, sipping more tea. He sets the empty cup on the table, and a Birdie fills it.

    "I have been watching him for some time... And I believe you may be correct. The man's holdings are quite close to the border..."

    Soren lifts his cup, as if staring at his own reflection in the tea.

    "And he was set to marry into quite a bit of Umbran money before the war began."
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)01:23 No.15953605
    rolled 49 = 49


    Tell him you suspect that lord we humiliated at dinner.

    Also, since I assume we have that illusion negating ring equipped, I'd like to know what sort of facial expressions he's making, and just to see if he's making any tells.
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)01:25 No.15953620
    Interesting. Whom was he to marry?
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)01:26 No.15953625
    rolled 56 = 56

    "Well in all things subtle and duplicitous I must admit your name always lingers."

    Wait a brief instant to gauge his reaction.

    "But if I were ever so unfortunate as to have alienated a talent such as yours I fear Dessex will fall due to my incompetence. I fear that Lord (humphagrumph can't remember his name) didn't take my chastising him well. He would be my first suspect but hardly my only. With the fall of our previous lord and the might of Umbra looming I don't doubt that many lords contemplated helping Umbra ensure there continued safety."
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)01:27 No.15953633

    Doh curse my slow typing.
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/16/11(Tue)01:35 No.15953686
    >Pretty sure we hit Auto-Sage. Here's the Archive:

    I will start the next thread tomorrow, around the same time.
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/16/11(Tue)01:37 No.15953696
    >... Unless we didn't, and I'm a retard.
    >Regardless; next thread tomorrow, because I have other shit to do.
    >That may or may not be cocaine.
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)01:37 No.15953698
    so /tg/ get Manchuria.

    /v/ has useless waste land and mountains and turks

    /vp/ thinks they are Chiang Kai-shek

    /k/ has the useful part of china

    /fit/ is a half ass copy of the RoC
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)01:39 No.15953712
    We'll never get this damned castle.
    >> Taybur Sibigat 08/16/11(Tue)01:40 No.15953721

    Now you're catching on
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/16/11(Tue)01:41 No.15953734
    >Terrain ain't the same, bro. It's a fantasy world.

    >/tg/ = Europe/Generic Tolkien Rip-Off #9999
    >/v/ = Mediterranean
    >/vp/ = Anime World
    >/k/ = Desert/Middle East
    >/fit/ = Tropical Islands, where nobody wears shirts.
    >> Forchania !!QVgBJCzCjEB 08/16/11(Tue)01:43 No.15953751
    >Eh, seeing as how much it's picked up so far, the battle, at least, will start next thread. And, since I suck at writefagging fights, those will go quick. Promise!
    >And with that, I'm off. Good night/morning/whatever-the-fuck-it-is-where-you-live!
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)01:55 No.15953832
    It's china mirrored.

    and geographical /v/ is eithier steppe , taiga , Desert , or mountain.

    it can not have any sort of Mediterranean climate

    /k/ could not be desert either unless /v/ + /vp/ have mountain ranges for the rain shadow effect.

    even then being on the west cost would turn it in to a rainforest , leaving /v/ has Desert and steppe.

    /vp/ would then be a alpine country either Switzerland or Tibet like geography could work.

    then /tg/ would be a mix temperate forest around Port Arthur and the Yellow Sea coast. then a mix in the north depending on where they placed the mountain ranges
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)02:00 No.15953869
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    Well, here is something for your efforts on the off chance you haven't passed out yet.
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)02:07 No.15953898

    Fantasy Bro, no meteorology required. The climates don't match with China? That's because it isn't China, it's a fantasy world with magic drawn over a map of china.
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)02:12 No.15953914
    Your excuse angers me. if fact this map angers me.

    before you set out to build a fucking world you could at least try to have a decent understanding of.

    1. Geography
    2. Climates
    3. History
    4. Creativity

    Thank you form your time good, Sir.
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)02:27 No.15953977
    You do realize that this is a fantasy quest thread on an imageboard, not "Introduction to geography and climate: the faggening" right?
    >> Hodo Astartes 08/16/11(Tue)06:19 No.15955557
    rolled 24 = 24

    I live again!

    Herpaderp, it looks like China so it must be like China.
    No it must not.
    Why? Because it is surrounded be some largeass land and open only to one side.
    Also there's a ton of fucking wizards around to shape weather as they fucking please.
    Now begone, lousy troll and don't bother us with your autismal outbreaks.
    This is about storytelling, not global meteorology.

    Yeah, I know I am 4 hours late for that.
    >> MILLANDSON 08/16/11(Tue)06:36 No.15955647
    rolled 21 = 21

    Aye, don't be an ungrateful twat - it's fantasy, it doesn't have to make real-world sense, as long as it is internally consistent.

    Also, sorry I missed this bit Forchania, but I was knackered and fell asleep before this thread started - should be here for the battle though!
    >> Hodo Astartes 08/16/11(Tue)06:52 No.15955769
    rolled 89 = 89

    Threads have started rather consistently at 18:00
    board time.
    So you might even want to set an alarm.
    >> Anonymous 08/16/11(Tue)06:54 No.15955779
    It's ok guys, nothing will happen.
    We'll just have the smithies start working on plot armor.

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