Had to remember to put my trip back on. that would have sucked if i'd forgotten! haha. Anyway, let's see... MWO is a colossal letdown, been putting together some preliminary stuff for a small side project I'd like to do- maybe while I'm taking a break from 89. not sure, yet. Oh, I'm not going to be putting in 'write in' choices when a post is up anymore as a votable option. You guys seem to be pretty good about them, so I'm just going to go ahead and say that you can always write in if you want, I have no problem with that. Of course, I suppose if that's a bad idea, I'll be told, probably violently, haha! Archive here: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=Strike%20witches%201989and the pastebin is here: http://pastebin.com/zFxWNup1 pretty good if you just wanna jump in, though if even that's too long, ask in the thread- if one of the guys doesn't get you up to speed, I will. ++“No way.” Ice says, forcefully. “I'm not letting one of my people into the USSR alone, with just the word of some KGB guy and one psychotic witch that he'll be safe. No. Not happening.”“All due respect, ma'am,” One of the Spooks- ONI, you think, though he might be one of the other various alphabet soup agencies- “We're not asking you for your permission. Lieutenant Commander Bishop has an incredible opportunity here to get us hard information on something we've been looking into since the sixties.”You and Merlin, kind of sidelined, sit in the back of the briefing room while the back and forth argument continues. In theory, Ice is well within her purview, denying the spooks the ability to order you to take Konstantina up on her offer. And it's a well made point- it's not exactly secret that your name and face are well-known, and capturing or killing you would be a major psychological coup for the Soviets. 1/2
“And you can't order me to detach him, remember?” Ice says, folding her arms across her chest. “Witch forces act of '44. He's mine, and I refuse to let you people hand him to the Soviets on a silver platter.”“Commander, we're not handing him over to the Soviets,” the other spook- a witch herself- says. “We're going to have people watching him and able to pull him out the second it looks bad.”“At a base in the middle of Siberia you yourselves have said you've never gotten into?” Ice snarls. “Bullshit. Besides,” She continues. “Even if I was ok with it, it'd leave me shorthanded and double the workload on my only other steelwing crew. I can't run that risk in a combat area.”“We've arranged for another pilot.” the witch says, looking at her partner. He nods. “One of the best. We can have him with the fleet inside of eight hours- you'll never have a gap in your crewing.”“I- I'm not flying with anyone other than Frank.” Merlin says, in that quiet tone of hers that instantly cuts through even the worst argument and makes people pay attention. “A-and I'm going with if he goes.”“There is no way I'm going to let both of you.” Ice states, flatly. “Even if someone orders me to send Frank, I'm not letting you go with him.”“Then h-he's not going.” Merlin responds. “E-every time he goes off, you say he'll be fine. And something always happens. I'm going with.”“It's a moot point, Merlin.” Ice says, looking at the two ONI operatives. “Neither of you are going.”“Has anybody stopped to ask Frank his opinion?” Slider says from her place along the wall. “Maybe we ought to see what he thinks before we go treating him like a ten year old.”Most of the eyes in the room look at you.  “Well, I'm not qualified and it does kind of seem like a setup to me....”  “This could be a shot at peace. I'm not going to go down as the guy that threw it away.”
>>27284992>[x] “This could be a shot at peace. I'm not going to go down as the guy that threw it away.”Gotta be bigger than this, folks. This is bigger than us, at least.
>>27284959> “Well, I'm not qualified and it does kind of seem like a setup to me....”We are pilot get someone that's trained in this crap.
>>27284992>[x] “This could be a shot at peace. I'm not going to go down as the guy that threw it away.”High risk but hell this could end the war
>>27284992[x] “This could be a shot at peace. I'm not going to go down as the guy that threw it away.”
>>27284992> “This could be a shot at peace. I'm not going to go down as the guy that threw it away.”Besides they could have a spy or two on the inside
>>27284992> "I don't like it any more than you, Ice. But this could be a shot at peace. I can't just throw that away. But I also can't take my little sister into the serpent's den. It's a raw deal, no two ways about it, but... I think I have to do this."
>[x] “Well, I'm not qualified and it does kind of seem like a setup to me....”
>>27284992>[x] “This could be a shot at peace. I'm not going to go down as the guy that threw it away.”"Just in case, get me a cyanide capsule, and make sure it says that I died in combat. And make it look good, maybe a wing or two of MIGs with a fucked engine."
>>27284992> “This could be a shot at peace. I'm not going to go down as the guy that threw it away.”oh god this is a tough choice.>>27285145we are NOT abandoning Merlin, whichever way we choose
 “Well, I'm not qualified and it does kind of seem like a setup to me....”This is to big for one little pilot.
>>27284992> “This could be a shot at peace. I'm not going to go down as the guy that threw it away.”Konstantina is many, many things, but a lier doesn't seem to be one of the,.
Rolled 8>>27284992> “Well, I'm not qualified and it does kind of seem like a setup to me....” But> “This could be a shot at peace. I'm not going to go down as the guy that threw it away.”Why not both?
>>27285145Agreeing with Bit, here. Throw it onto my earlier post. Which I didn't namefag for. First vote.>64999933 1854 dear god captcha why
>>27284992> “This could be a shot at peace. I'm not going to go down as the guy that threw it away.”Also, Merlin is not coming, period, no way we're going to risk her, it's bad enough if we go.
>>27285171GOD DAMMIT 4CHAN!>27284992>[x] "I don't like it any more than you, Ice. But this could be a shot at peace. I can't just throw that away. But I also can't take my little sister into the serpent's den. It's a raw deal, no two ways about it, but... I think I have to do this."What 8Bit says! If we do go we aren't bringing Merlin, no fucking way. Also >We're going to have people watching him and able to pull him out the second it looks bad.Better be John Clark. Best night of the week!
>>27284992>S-S-StutteringHahaha, oh wow.
>>27284992> “This could be a shot at peace. I'm not going to go down as the guy that threw it away.”
>>27285195Konstantina is crazy and thus unreliable.
>>27285224Linking to be safe.>>27284992
[x] Well, I'm not qualified, and it does seem like a set up to me. Why don't you folks tell us what we're walking into before you say everything is all set up nice and neat. I can live with being a pawn if the game makes sense, and so far you spooks aren't making a very good case for it!
>>27284992> “This could be a shot at peace. I'm not going to go down as the guy that threw it away.”>People wanting to leave Merlin behindI... I can understand the logic but I just can't see us doing that to her
>>27284992> “This could be a shot at peace. I'm not going to go down as the guy that threw it away.”>>27285260There are worse things than merely hurting Merlin's feelings anon.Much, much worse things.
>>27285295I know, it's just a hard choice to make
>>27284992[x] “Well, I'm not qualified and it does kind of seem like a setup to me.... on the other hand well it could be a shot at peace who knows."Katya will be ripshit, definately gonna jump us if we choose to go
>>27284992>[x] “This could be a shot at peace. I'm not going to go down as the guy that threw it away.”
>>27284992>[x] “Well, I'm not qualified and it does kind of seem like a setup to me....”Katya will straight up beat us to death if we go
>>27285295>There are worse things than merely hurting Merlin's feelings anon.>Much, much worse things.
>>27284992> “This could be a shot at peace. I'm not going to go down as the guy that threw it away.”>>27285365No objections.
>>27284992> “Well, I'm not qualified and it does kind of seem like a setup to me....”You people are fools for wanting to do this... honest to god fools.
>>27284992>[x] “Well, I'm not qualified and it does kind of seem like a setup to me....”SKETCHY AS FUCKDONT DO IT
>>27284992"Only if I have a lot of backup, some books and I get to pick my entourage. Otherwise, I'm not going. It's a good shot at peace, but still, I don't wanna take my chances."
>>27284992>“We're going to have people watching him and able to pull him out the second it looks bad.”hahahahahaha....Trusting spooks to do there jobs? Never.> “Well, I'm not qualified and it does kind of seem like a setup to me....”
>>27284992[X] “Well, I'm not qualified and it does kind of seem like a setup to me....”Anon stahp
>>27284992> “This could be a shot at peace. I'm not going to go down as the guy that threw it away.”Going alone to meet a crazy witch is a much worse plan than going with another witch to meet a crazy witch. I know it's dangerous for her, but it's a hell of a lot more dangerous for Frank if she doesn't come. That's what they do, they're a team.
>>27284992> “Well, I'm not qualified and it does kind of seem like a setup to me....”I'm sorry, my BS detector is going off the charts here, There has to be a third angle somewhere, and I don't see it being in our favor.
>>27284992 “Well, I'm not qualified and it does kind of seem like a setup to me....”goddamit we are in an 80's action movie, spooks are always full of shit.
>>27284992>[X] “This could be a shot at peace. I'm not going to go down as the guy that threw it away.”
>>27285564Isn't it 1990 by now, on that note? We've gone through at least one new year's
>>27284992> “This could be a shot at peace. I'm not going to go down as the guy that threw it away.”Gotta give this a shot
[x] “This could be a shot at peace. I'm not going to go down as the guy that threw it away.”You glance around- yeah, everyone is looking at you. Ice is up front, her arms crossed, and Slider's leaning against a bulkhead, while Katya sits in the chairs across the room, craned around to look back at you, and Merlin is next to you, of course, looking up. “This could be a shot at peace.” You say, trying to not sound too dramatic. “I'm not going to go down as the guy that threw it away.”“So you'll go?” the Male spook- Black, you think his name was, asks. You nod. “Yeah. Yeah, I'll go.” You look down at Merlin. “You, on the other hand...”She looks at you and blinks- and there's a glint in her eye you're not quite sure you've ever seen there before. She shakes her head. “I'm going with. S-something bad will happen if I don't.”“Nothing bad is going to ha-” You get out before she cuts you off. “You always say that!” She practically yells- the force behind her words causing you to lean away. “A-Always! Oh, nothing bad will happen! I'll be fine! A-and then you go and crash and get hurt and it's not going to happen this time!”You can see the tears welling up in her eyes- but she doesn't look even remotely ready to back down.  “If this is that important to you.” “No, Merlin. I'm sorry.”
>>27284992> “This could be a shot at peace. I'm not going to go down as the guy that threw it away.”I'm uncertain about bringing Merlin, but I'm not sure how we can get out of it without her going all separation anxiety on us
>>27284992> “This could be a shot at peace. I'm not going to go down as the guy that threw it away.”Time to play the hero then.
>>27284992> “Well, I'm not qualified and it does kind of seem like a setup to me....” I'm pissing in the wind but fuck it. This is stupid idea and that fact the spooks are basically saying "DOITDOITDOIT" just confirms that.
>>27285611> "If this is that important to you... But I don't like it. Let's be clear on that."
>>27285611> “No, Merlin. I'm sorry.”
>>27285611>[x] “No, Merlin. I'm sorry.”sorry but no
>>27285145> "I don't like it any more than you, Ice. But this could be a shot at peace. I can't just throw that away. But I also can't take my little sister into the serpent's den. It's a raw deal, no two ways about it, but... I think I have to do this."
>>27285611> “If this is that important to you.”Two choices at something is pretty much a sure fire warning from QM in my experience.
Rolled 8>>27285611> “No, Merlin. I'm sorry.”We need to be responsible
>>27285611Ruffle her hair.[x] “No, Merlin. I'm sorry.”
>>27285611>[x] “No, Merlin. I'm sorry.”"Merlin, there is worse things then me not comebacking if you come with me. No."
>>27285611> “No, Merlin. I'm sorry.”Yeah, no, sorry Merlin. I draw the line at deliberately bringing you into a possible ambush.
>>27285611> “If this is that important to you.”"Okay you can come. But you crazy spooks: She has 110% top priority if things don't go well. I want her safer than she'd be walking the streets of her hometown."
>>27285611> “If this is that important to you.”aasfgdasfagsgda
>>27285611 “No, Merlin. I'm sorry.”
>>27285611> “No, Merlin. I'm sorry.”I can't in good conscience let this happen.
>>27285611> “If this is that important to you.”
>>27285611>[x] “If this is that important to you.”She is a fucking witch. We are a fucking team. We handle the bad times together.
>>27285611> “No, Merlin. I'm sorry.”Liddle seester stays hom.
>>27285611> “No, Merlin. I'm sorry.”We're doing it, but fuck if I'll risk those we care about while doing it.
>>27285611>[x] “No, Merlin. I'm sorry.”
god DAMN tg is stupid today
>>27285611[x] “No, Merlin. I'm sorry.”This isn't like being in the Wyvern. She won't be able to protect Frank and he'll have it hard enough watching out for himself.
>>27285611[X] “No, Merlin. I'm sorry.”Not a chance in hell
>>27285611>[x] “If this is that important to you.”Saying otherwise is practically telling her we don't want her in her eyes. Don't tear her apart.
 “No, Merlin. I'm sorry.”If we throw our live away, at least we don't drag her into this suicide mission
>>27285611[X] “No, Merlin. I'm sorry.Can't let them turn you into a science experiment as well.”
>>27285611> “No, Merlin. I'm sorry.”It's not fucking happening.
>>27285709>care about THIS, this is the reason WE FIGHT! >>27285732>today
>>27285611> “No, Merlin. I'm sorry.”Not bringing you on a possible suicide mission Merlin.
>>27285611[x] “If this is that important to you.”
>>27285611[X] “If this is that important to you.”
For the love of god, Ghost, please make sure the reasons behind saying no are explained to her.
>>27285811>Putin having flowing locks of hair in this uiniverseI actually can see it.
>>27285611> “No, Merlin. I'm sorry.”Not a flipping chance in hell. We already drag her into enough stupid situations without them being suicide missions.
>>27285811more like code blue
>>27285872>code blueCode blue happened when our Soviet stalker told us Putin wanted to meet.We're well into YOU CAN'T STOP IT currently.
If nothing else Ghost, I'm beggin' ya, give Putin Full Frontal's hair.
>>27285611>[x] “If this is that important to you.”
If we die over there Merlin's never gonna fly again and she's gonna be depressed as fuck until she kills herself. We may as well just take her with us.
>>27286196We shouldn't even be going in the first fucking place.
>willingly taking an advanced aircraft to a meeting with a sworn enemy who has tried to kill us and those we care about numerous times, and with a district head of the fucking KGB/tg/. Why.
Rolled 16>>27286265Plot, that;s why
>>27286265...who said we were taking our bird?
>>27286265>a sworn enemy who has tried to kill usHardly, she can't have our babies if she kills us.
>>27286265>implying we'll we flying the Wyvern there.A-4s are a thing, you fool.
>>27286265We're not taking the Wyvern.
>>27286196We go, we die. What if she is captured? "Re-educated" in the Academy.>>27286265"ONI" seems fine with it and this>>27286286
>>27286265>taking an advanced aircraftWhat.
>>27286286We are banned from flying non-squadron craft until the tomcat crash is cleaned
>>27286265why the fuck would we take our bird?
>>27286319ONI will probably have one assigned to us.
>>27286319>regulations say we can't take any other plane but the most advanced one to the soviet side"regs what regs, go ahead, take that old junker."
>>27286319So we hitch a ride, or since this is a black op they just slip us one under the table
>>27286342>>27286303Who are we kidding, fuckers are CIA or NSA.
>>27286294>implying the Navy wants to give the Soviets even thatThey used to destroy TRUCKS to deny them to the enemy. You think they're going to hand over an in-service attack aircraft if they can help it?
>>27286319I'm sure Nixon would be willing to lay that off so WE DON'T GIFTWRAP A CUTTING EDGE AIRCRAFT TO THE SOVIETS.And you call US retarded.
[x] “No, Merlin. I'm sorry.”“I- I can't.” You say, looking away. “No, Merlin. I'm sorry.”“Wh- you don't need me?” She asks, her voice a shadow of itself. “No! No, not that at all!” You responds, swinging your head back around and reaching over to hug her. “God, never that. It's just- I don't know what I'm getting into and-”“And you'll need me if you get in trouble!” She insists, not returning the hug. “A-and I can't do any good here anyway and-”“No, Merlin.” You say, a little more forcefully. “I'm walking into this knowing it could be a trap so that the people I love don't have to put their lives on the line anymore. I'm doing it because they asked for me, and bringing you with if this is a trap defeats the whole purpose.”You shake your head again. “In the jet, it's different. In the jet, we're unstoppable. But we won't have the jet, this time. I can't let you get hurt because of my stupid decisions.”“S-so you're doing this to protect me?” She asks, her voice still brittle. “Of course.” You respond. “I'll come back, I promise. Just trust me. You trust me, right?” You watch as a mix of emotions wars across her face- but finally, even crying, she nods. “Frank, this is stupid.” Ice says, butting in. “What are you going to do if it is a trap?” You look over at her, then indicate the spooks. “Ask them. But I learned a little bit from My family, and I've been through SERE, same as anyone else.”“As if SERE will do you a damn bit of good in the middle of siberia. Frank, you're walking into a lion's den, here.” Ice retorts. Agent Black- or was it White- clears his throat. “The brits have a man on the ground they've agreed to let us use.” He says. “One of their best. We're having him bird dog your man here as much as we can- he'll be in good hands.”1/2
>>27286265>taking the WyvernHe thinks they would let us take the Wyvern even if we wanted to. Ha.
“And let's not forget the possibility that it's not a trap.” The other agent says. “The soviets have been behaving oddly since day one, and this could have something to do with it.”“I'll notify Captain Blackwell.” Katya says, tersely. “This is foolish, Frank. KGB would practically kill to get their hands on you, and now you are just handing yourself over? Foolish.”You watch her stride out, followed shortly by Ice. Slider stays behind as the two agents- well, just the witch- make the call to Konstantina and arrange your flight. She shakes her head, walking over and rubbing Merlin's back. “For what it's worth, Frank, I think you made the right call. You're right, this could be a prelude to peace.”You're about to respond when she continues. “And it could be a trap. Be safe, pilot. Watch yourself- and don't let that crazy bitch do anything to you I wouldn't.”“And what wouldn't you do, hmm?” You ask, good humor partly restored by the joke. “Young ears, Frank. Ask when you get back, alright?” She says, taking Merlin's hand and leading her out of the briefing room- leaving you alone with the spooks. The man provides a bag. “They'll have a VIP transport waiting at Keflavik in a couple hours. We'll have to hurry to get you out there.” The witch says, her antenna fading as she dismisses her familiar. “You can trust our guy, commander, he's the best in the business.” “I damn sure hope so. Let's go.” “Yeah, I trust you guys. They'd skin you two if anything happens to me”
>>27286383>>27286333>>27286316>>27286300>implying I meant the WyvernThe Navy doesn't keep "old junkers" lying around on carriers during wartime. Any aircraft we take is going to be needed, and something the Soviets will want to pour over in great detail.
>>27286396> “I damn sure hope so. Let's go.”
>>27286396>[x] “Yeah, I trust you guys. They'd skin you two if anything happens to me”
>>27286396Slider confirmed for best girl.
>>27286396>[x] “Yeah, I trust you guys. They'd skin you two if anything happens to me”Spooks are spooks, and we still don't like how eager they are to gift wrap us for the Reds.
>>27286396> “Yeah, I trust you guys. They'd skin you two if anything happens to me”There's going to be a lot of dead bodies when this goes pear shaped.
>>27286396>[x] “I damn sure hope so. Let's go.”A brit? Who could that be? The Other Bishops went into Spycraft? It but a joke.
>>27286396[x] “I damn sure hope so. Let's go.”In before the surprise is vampires, not martians.Or maybe vampire martians.
 “Yeah, I trust you guys. They'd skin you two if anything happens to me”So they can't say they didn't get a warning.And I am getting worried about Ghosts posting speed. Looks like we are going exactly the path he prewrote.
>>27286466He could have prewrote both paths easily.
>>27286466Well no shit. There was no way we weren't going to go and there was no way we were going to bring Merlin.
>>27286466close, but no. I'm just trying to get my speed back up- one update an hour is kinda bullshit, and I'm sorry for inflicting it on you guys for as long as I did. sage cos it's offtopic
>>27286496the more you know
>>27286396> “I damn sure hope so. They'll kill me themselves otherwise. Let's go.”
>>27286457Lazarus maybe the Vampire pilot, who may be a Martian.>>27286496Love you 5ever.
>>27286396 “Yeah, I trust you guys. They'd skin you two if anything happens to me”Those two will be held accountable if anything goes wrong, after all.
>>27286396[x] “Yeah, I trust you guys. They'd skin you two if anything happens to me”>>27286410It's a moot point now but it was fairly obvious.>>27286434Fembro tier at the least. We've got to remember to ask her when we get back.Also: best vote that archive up. The asspained are already downvoting.
>>27286396> "Yeah, I trust you guys. They'd skin you two if anything happens to me."
>>27286466>Ghost posts slow, /tg/ complains>Ghost works to pick up his speed: "you're just railroading us now"Jesus Christ, /tg/. Pick something and stick with it.
Rolled 20>>27286396> “Yeah, I trust you guys. They'd skin you two if anything happens to me”
>>27286377>The brits have a man on the ground they've agreed to let us use.” He says. “One of their best. Mr Bond?
>>27286538>one post suddenly makes some namefag all of /tg/Nigga you cray-cray.
>>27286396>I need no bag. Just this.
>>27286532>We show up weeks later>look like shit>Carrying a Brit on back>"So Slider, what wouldn't you do?"
WE NEED TO BRING A GIFT FOR KONSTANTINA
>>27286580>Carrying Konstantina and dragging a Brit on a litter>>27286598Now's not the time to poke the bear.
>>27286598Yeah, no. Fuck you. We're delivering ourselves to the fucking KGB, not going on a date. Treat the situation with the gravity it deserves.
>>27286611>Putin is tied up>robo-Stalin's head in a bag
>>27286611>Dragging a sled on which Bond and Konstantina are snuggling>What seem to be claw marks from a bear on our chest>Konstantina is the big spoon
>>27286598Top Gun hat?We could get something from the PAX
>>27284959[x] Convince Katya to jump cockpit on way back to carrier
>>27286625Exactly why the lack of gravitas
>>27286628I like the tank bit because you just know Frank wouldn't know a thing about killing one tank with another.
>>27286694>fast forward to '04>still has the fucking hat when meeting with Bush
>>27286639[X] do it
>>27286598A BOOK ON SEX
>>27286908That'd be set on fire so fast that Fronk wouldn't even know what happened
>>27286908SEX ON A BOOK
>>27286985BUT THAT WOULD GET THE BOOK DIRTY!
>>27287011IT WAS ALREADY A PRETTY DIRTY BOOK!
>>27287019WHY NOT GET IT DIRTIER
>>27287058>>27287019>>27287011Like, the dirt that makes up the ground?
[x] “Yeah, I trust you guys. They'd skin you two if anything happens to me” You nod with a wry smile. “Yeah, I trust you two.” You look back over your shoulder at the open hatch/ “They'll skin you if anything happens to me.”The two spooks look at each other and the witch laughs nervously. Up on deck, a CH-46 sits, spooling up it's rotors for flight. You take one last look around the deck before climbing onboard the chopper- you don't see the witches, but you can feel their eyes on you. The flight is uneventful- even if you don't rightly trust choppers. Of course, flying a jet yourself was right out, and they weren't going to use a greyhound when the landing ships had plenty of choppers. Keflavik shows some signs of combat- the Canadian paras secured the place just minutes ahead of the marines coming off the beaches, but most of it's back in commission, a naval construction battalion having landed with heavy equipment to put the place back together. Your ride sets down on the tarmac nearby a VIP transport- it could be almost any of that class of fairly small business jets in the west, you think- except for the red star painted on the tailfin and the trio of guys standing nearby. The two in back, you think, are commando types through and through- both regard you with the gaze common to their type- and both, apparently, don't register you as much of a threat. The third man, however, speaks almost perfect English- and seems happy to meet you, shaking your hand. 1/2
“I am Colonel Stanislav Petrov.” He says, shaking your hand. “I'm here on request of Comerade Putin. You are the famous Frank Bishop?” You nod, returning the handshake. “That'd be me, sir.”He laughs. “Come, come! No need for formalities. I suspect you believe you are walking into a trap. This is no such thing, I assure you! But we have a long flight, let us discuss more in the air, da?” Inside, the plane is comfortable, definitely set up for some high ranking VIP and his or her close associates- wood paneling covers the interior, and the seats are a deep leather. A small dry bar occupy the back of the aircraft, with a small head on the port side and a pair of bunks on the starboard. A door in the very back would seem to lead to a small bedroom. “Our flight is long, we will be receiving in flight refueling from some assets near Novaya Zemlya- I will tell you when we are close, you should be able to see megalith test crater from our plane, if the clouds are agreeable.” He laughs. “They seldom are.”the two commando types, apparently not much for conversation, both head to the bunks after the aircraft lifts off. Not long into the flight, you notice your escorts- a pair of tomcats. Colonel Petrov looks out the window at them. “Very pretty aircraft.” He says. “It is the model you fly, da?”  “The first one I flew, yeah. I don't fly tomcats much anymore.” “Yeah, those are my birds.”
>>27287130> “The first one I flew, yeah. I don't fly tomcats much anymore.”Especially after our crash.
>>27287130>[x] “Yeah, those are my birds.”"Love them like a Lover."
>>27287130>[x] “Yeah, those are my birds.”Mindgames ho!Give them nothing
>>27287130> “The first one I flew, yeah. I don't fly tomcats much anymore.”Also dat cabin.
>>27287130> “Yeah, those are my birds.”Time apart means nothing
>>27286377Slider should support Frank's balls more.
>>27287130> “The first one I flew, yeah. I don't fly tomcats much anymore.”They already know that we're not in Tomcats anymore...need to work in a "you never forget your first" comment somewhere
>>27287130>"I've flown them a lot, yeah."
>>27287130[x] “Yeah, those are my birds.”Ain't she a looker, comrade?
>>27287150"Though we touched and went our separate ways."
>>27287130> “The first one I flew, yeah. I don't fly tomcats much anymore.”
>>27287130>dry bar2/10 private jet, would rather fly economy plus with beverage service
>>27287130[x] “Yeah, those are my birds.”He's never too far from a Tomcat. He holds them close to his heart. They're practically a part of him. Okay, I'm done.
>>27287130[x] “Yeah, those are my birds.”She's very close to our heart.
>>27287130[x] “The first one I flew, yeah. I don't fly tomcats much anymore.”Also>Stanislav PetrovThat guy deserves a lot more recognition for what he did.
>>27287130>[x] “Yeah, those are my birds, the closest thing to my heart”has the bonus of being literally true
>>27287130[x] The first one I flew, yeah. Crashed and burned though, wasn't pretty."And the second?"I dunno, but it's looking pretty good so far.
>>27287130[x] “Yeah, those are my birds.”WE COUNTERINTELLIGENCE NOW
>>27287130"I still have a piece of the one I flew still in me. She will always be my first love."
 “The first one I flew, yeah. I don't fly tomcats much anymore.”I would be worried if they don't have that intel.>>27287167 and >>27287181Sound right to me.
>>27287194they don't want to risk drug-alcohol interactions for when they have to sedate us and start the brainwashing.
>>27287130> “The first one I flew, yeah. I don't fly tomcats much anymore.”>fucking Stanislav Petrov
>>27287221hahaha I like this
>>27287130Let's call him Stan.
>>27287130>[x] “The first one I flew, yeah. I don't fly tomcats much anymore.”
>Stanislav PetrovI fell a little bit better about this trip
>>27287219Indeed he does, wonder if he was behind Megalith when the glitch happened.
>>27287130> “The first one I flew, yeah. I don't fly tomcats much anymore.”You know, the fast update pace is a blessed relief from what BlackJack inflicts on us. GuPQ is fun, but good god the waiting is hell.
>>27287130>Stanislav PetrovNice touch>[x] “Yeah, those are my birds.”Tomcat is his first love, might as well show off.
>>27287290Yeah, I gotta admit I was freaking out about our trip. Now I'm feeling better-ish.This does raise some questions about Katya, though. She was so firmly against us being here. I've never fully trusted the convenience of her being defection prior to WW3. The timing is too perfect.
>>27287305Though to be fair he usually runs more often than Ghost.
>>27287305I've taken to playing the WoT beta between updates. Just like BJ.
>>27287130 “The first one I flew, yeah. I don't fly tomcats much anymore.”(late to the thread, but better than missing it)
>>27287291With Megalith, the stakes wouldn't be that high since a glitch with it would show a Martian invasion, and Megalith and the other theater defense weapons would just futilely fire nukes into space while the Martians laugh.
>>27287324Next you're going to say that Ice and Merlin are secretly Soviet spies.
>>27287130>[X] “The first one I flew, yeah. I don't fly tomcats much anymore.”
>>27287324Questions still remain over it.Perhaps we'll find some answers in the soviet base.
>>27287130>[x] “The first one I flew, yeah. I don't fly tomcats much anymore.”>rampant paranoia over Katya being concerned about us going to a possible deathtrapNever change tg.
>>27287324Maybe because she doesn't trust her Government, like most defectors and she had a good point about the KGB. >>27287370She is more likely the spy then those two. >>27287399Could be planted by Putin and co, spread mistrust.
>>27287427Theres always been some paranoia over the whole defection thingie.
>>27287436That still doesn't change that their argument is incredibly weak.I mean...really, I didn't know that being concerned for your friends is suddenly now a crime.
>>27287442And it's completely unjustified if those are the best arguments you guys have.
>>27287427Her whole introduction was kinda crazy. Within what, a day of defection, she's flying alongside of an Ace-In-A-Day and eventually a member of the most famous Navy squadron in the world?The other witch we captured was sent off to intelligence AND NEVER SEEN AGAIN.
>>27287478Different anon you're replying to. Just stating an observation
>>27287484That's the difference between being captured and defecting yo
>>27287484>Her whole introduction was kinda crazy. Within what, a day of defection, she's flying alongside of an Ace-In-A-Day and eventually a member of the most famous Navy squadron in the world?We weren't fucking famous back then, in fact we only got Ace-In-A-Day while rescuing her.>The other witch we captured was sent off to intelligence AND NEVER SEEN AGAIN.>capturedThere, I provided a hint for you.
>>27287456Not saying it ain't, just stating that they do have a reason, ever so small and doubtful, to worry.>>27287484>defected>captured TWO DIFFERENT THINGS! ONI did clear Katya for what it's worth.
>>27287513Yes, captured and defection are two different things, good for you you can read words!She was still a Soviet, and realistically she'd have been shuffled off away from the squadron for a long time, as opposed to just getting to fly with us literally within a day of leaving her country. We certainly would not have given her immediate access to working alongside a Navy squadron, or even stay on board a carrierfor very long, not without intense security and scrutiny, I don't give a good goddamn how cute she looks.
>>27287567Did you forget the bit where both ONI and fucking CINPAC himself cleared her to fly with us?If you're going to sling around conspiracies, aim it towards them. Or just blame Ghost for not wanting to cart away a member of the main cast for God knows how long.
>>27287567I mean, fuckin' hell, she gave us access to one pair of strikers, woopde shit? That's not a megaton whatsoever. The war would have started either way, and we'd have gotten our hands on a soviet witch eventually, strikers mostly intact, especially considering how badly things went for them in Alaska.
>>27287567>Mah FICTIONAL story isn't matching up with my sense of reality!Take a breath and relax more. There are so many things working against the way things SHOULD work that there's no sense in over-analyzing it.
>>27287614It was the political capital of the whole deal that was valuable.
>>27287614Or we could just go with Nixon's reasoning, the Soviets wanted an excuse to start a war and Katya happened to be a convenient target. Oh noes, a witch (who also happens to be distrusted by government) on the run isn't giving us a motherlode of intelligence, whoopde fucking do.
[x] “The first one I flew, yeah. I don't fly tomcats much anymore.”You nod, trying to ID the fighters by their nose art- you don't recognize either. “Yeah, that was the first one I flew. It'll always be part of me.”Colonel Petrov chuckles. “It's good that you can make light of your injury. Some men don't recover so easily.” He says. “Still, I am sure you were glad you didn't meet our mutual friend while still flying one. She's quite anxious to meet you in person, by the way.”“Konstantina?” You ask, looking back at the man- you peg his age somewhere in his early fifties. He grins and nods. “She would have flown back with us, but Comrade Putin ordered her to return with the last flight out of Iceland.” He chuckles again. “She was, as you say, less than pleased by this.”You laugh, imagining. “She doesn't strike me as the kind to listen to orders she doesn't like.” You say, looking around for something to drink. 1/2
Colonel Petrov catches on and heads back to the dry bar- opening the bulkhead behind it to reveal a small refrigerator. He pours two glasses of water from a container and sets them down, taking a drink from his. “She is extremely loyal to her commanders and the people of Russia.” He says, shaking his head. “But she often has to be convinced of why her orders so often don't involve trying to impress you.”You grin. “So she's a handful?” He laughs. “She is, especially when she is being ordered away from a front you have been seen in! She was certain you were still in Japan after she encountered your sister, getting her here took a direct order from Putin himself. Imagine our surprise when you turned up in Iceland!” You shrug, taking a sip from your glass. “It was a surprise to me, too.” “It has worked in our benefit, though.” He says, still chuckling a bit. “She is convinced, now, that her commanders know and approve of her... infatuation with you. I suspect you may have your hands full while you are visiting us.”He shakes his head with a bit of a smile. “But I talk too much. If you want to sleep, there is a bedroom there past Boris and Gregori.” He looks around, a bit conspiratorially. “Or, if you don't mind sharing a drink with an old man...” He pulls out a flask from a pocket on the inside of his coat.  “Mom always said never turn down an offered drink, sir.” “I could use some sleep, to be honest.”
>>27287672It would be even more suspicious if she had such a thing considering the state of affairs in the USSR and the circumstances she arrived in.
>>27287707>[x] “Mom always said never turn down an offered drink, sir.”I like these reds
>>27287707>[x] “Mom always said never turn down an offered drink, sir.”Humor the fellow. Seems legit. Might stand to have a man in our pocket should we be misunderstood/have to fend off angry Reds.
>>27287707 “Mom always said never turn down an offered drink, sir.”might as well learn all that we can
>>27287707> “I could use some sleep, to be honest.”I want to drink with petrov so badlybut we really shouldn't
>>27287707 “I could use some sleep, to be honest.”We are going into enemy territory best have a clear mind.
>>27287707>[x] DRINK WITH GODDAMN STANISLAV FUCKING HERO OF GODDAMNED HUMANITY FOREVER AND EVER PETROV, GODDAMNIT.
>>27287707> “Mom always said never turn down an offered drink, sir.”
>>27287707> “Mom always said never turn down an offered drink, sir.”Fuck it, it's Stanislav Petrov offering us a bottle. If they want to screw us they're going to have plenty of opportunities anyway.
>>27287707 “Mom always said never turn down an offered drink, sir.”
>>27287707>[x] “Mom always said never turn down an offered drink, sir.”I trust the guy, he's a hero of the Human Race but that makes me see red flags, let him take a drink first.
>>27287707> “Mom always said never turn down an offered drink, sir.”Drinking vodka with the man who saved the world.Seems legit.
>>27287478Look at it this way. She lands right in our lap on the eve of ww3, falls head-over-heels in "love" with us immediately, and doesn't want to become separated from us if she can help it. Now we have a chance to end the war, and she suddenly is so apprehensive and doesn't want us to go?You don't find all this the least bit suspicious?
>>27287707 “Mom always said never turn down an offered drink, sir.”i just hope it isn't spiked with roofies...
>>27287782Stanislav "Your Fucking Lord And Savior" Petrov would not resort to roofies.
>>27287707> "Mom always said never turn down an offered drink, sir."Considering who this man is, I think we're in the clear to drink with him.
>>27287707> “Mom always said never turn down an offered drink, sir.”>>27287781Nope, because Rescue Romance happens to be a thing, and we weren't exactly hot shit back then.Not to mention the previous points of ONI and CINPAC clearing her.
>>27287707> “Mom always said never turn down an offered drink, sir.”Be polite.
>>27287707>[x] None of the above!"I'm fine, thank you. Do you have any books I may read while I wait?"Seriously, /tg/. Are you SERIOUSLY going to take an offered drink while in the enemy's custody? Did SERE not teach you anything?
>>27287707[x] “Mom always said never turn down an offered drink, sir.”turning down a drink from a russkie is the height of rudeness, time to get hammered.
>>27287781>>27287816By the way, people tend to worry over their friends heading into a possible deathtrap, not to mention the sheer illogicality of her not wanting to end the war when it was the Soviets who offered in the first place.
>>27287848Fuck you Stanislav Petrov is no one's enemy
>>27287781Katya has probably been subjected to low level brain washing/programing to get her to do what she is doing. not so strong as to make her act like a robot like the other hard core brain washed witches are, but enough to alter her actions with out her realizing it....but if that is so. then the reds all ready KNEW frank was a gnome if he really is their target.
>>27287848>Not wanting to share a drink with a saviour of the modern world.
>>27287805That was in our universe. Who knows what Mr. Petrov has been up to in this one? He's already working with the KGB, for fuck's sake.
>>27287848I-I want to deck you so hard right now
>>27287707> “Mom always said never turn down an offered drink, sir.”They're going to have a plethora of opportunities to screw us, if they really want to then we're pretty much screwed anyway.
>>27287859Not to agree with the conspiracy theorists but historically the Reds aren't exactly cohesive. One faction may want the war to end, another may want it to go on until they conquer all of Europe, and some crazy fucking martian double agent may be trying to make it go nuclear.
>>27287880Why are you the way that you are.I hate so much about the things that you choose to be.
>>27287848If we drink now, it will slow down the brainwashing process because a bunch of them probably have bad interactions with Ethanol!
>>27287869...Well, talk about paranoia over an over-elaborate scheme. Even if they did such a thing, they wouldn't embarrass themselves so much by using a Litvyak.
>>27287905>Putin is fighting a two front war against the USA and that robotic moustachioed fuck.>Trying to save the world the whole time
>>27287883>>27287877>>27287860>automatically assuming that what happened in the real world happened in this oneDon't forget, our Richard Nixon is a decorated veteran combat pilot and admiral with unquestionable honor. If that doesn't signal that there might be departures, I don't know whatis.
>>27287905Even then, Katya would have no way of knowing that it isn't a legitimate order by her superiors.
>>27287942this is Ghost with Mouse probably backing him up we're talking about. i can't put anything past the two of them. and here i am, more than willing to go along for the ride!
>>27288009That is a good train of thought. Off-the-rails and high speed.
>>27287953 >Gnome Young-Wilcke: Putin? Putin! Why is he running, Dad? >President Gnome Young: Because we have to chase him. >Gnome Young-Wilcke: He didn't do anything wrong. >President Gnome Young: Because he's the hero Earth deserves, but not the one it needs right now. So, we'll hunt him, because he can take it. Because he's not our hero. He's a silent guardian. A watchful protector. A KGB Director.
>>27287978Isn't she a radio witch?
>>27288096I'm pretty sure the US Navy has methods of tracking unauthorized transmissions.
>>27288044where we're going, we don't need wheels! (not that we used them that much save for landings)
>>27288096She's probably having difficulty understanding the numbers
>>27288152THE NUMBERS KATYA!
>>27288175oh god I can hear it! FUCK YOU BLACK OPS!
>>27288134>what is a numbers station?Wow this conspiracy shit is really easy once you just go for it
>>27288175"HOW MANY TIMES DO I HAVE TO TELL YOU, I DON'T KNOW ABOUT THE FUCKING NUMBERS!""DO NOT FUCK WITH ME, KATYA! WE KNOW WHEN YOU'RE LYING. GO BACK TO THE BEGINNING, LITVYAK. AFGHANISTAN. 1987."
>>27288237You are obviously not a true conspiracy theorist until you've posted a website filled with pages and pages of your mad ramblings.
>>27288269"MY NAME IS VIKTOR REZNOV. AND I WILL HAVE MY REVENGE."
>>27288269who would be the bad ass old russian in her head?
>>27288269>GO BACK TO THE BEGINNING, LITVYAK. AFGHANISTAN. 1987.That reminds me. I'd still like to know what all happened then.
>>27288339It'd be a badass American in her head. Or maybe a British guy. Jack Churchill is in Katya's head.
>>27288339Vasilika, from SW Crimson.
>>27288333and frank is going WTF!
>>27288287Did someone say time cube time? http://www.timecube.com/
>>27288333>>27288339Your question had been answered.>>27288351Probably war just being war, Afghanistan is messy in all of its incarnations.
what is going on
>>27288388welcome to while we wait we come up with crazy fun shit
>>27288351Ghost sort of implied that bad things happened there
>>27287707Take the offer but drink non alcohol. We'd on a diplomatic mission
>>27288402I just pictured her as a witch... SO FUCKING OP IT HURTS!
>>27288269"We all got killed.""AFGHANISTAN. 1987. YOU WERE SENT TO SUPPORT THE SOVIET INVASION, ALONG WITH LUDMILA AND NASTASHA. DO YOU REMEMBER?""Ludmila....Nastasha..."
>>27288463If this is a consular ship, then where is the ambassador?
>>27288402>>27288404all the while ghost is reading all this madness and laughing his ass off. and thus delays his own posting i am sure.
>>27288486>Balalaika as a witch
>>27288493>LUDMILA AND SVETLANAftfy
>>27288508Scarier than Konstantina
>>27288508you will love this
>>27288459I'm a details man. AKA just nosey.
>>27288530So if Black Lagoon happens in this world...FUCK.
>>27288543The archive is right there for your perusal, man.
>>27288496Waiting for us at the gulag we are being taken too.
>>27288547We all are going to die!
>>27288562Been here since thread one & I don't remember anything detailed about her time in Afghanistan.
Hopefully they don't head bag us right as we get off.
>>27288593>detailedno details>>27288459>implied.just implications.
>>27288593There wasn't anything detailed, just implications of sexual assault
>>27288542is there more of these?
>>27288624ONE MORE! I also have the stig
>>27288542That is amazing. And terrifying. And I wish it were canon. Truly balalaika is best witch.
and for the hell of it!
>>27288542>>27288647oh god the terror boners
>>27288672"Some say he wears pant's when flying strikers and that he is a Wyvern-fag. All we know is he's called the Stig!"
>>27288708My thoughts exactly.
[x] “Mom always said never turn down an offered drink, sir.”You nod, smiling. “Mom always said never turn down an offered drink, sir.” You say. He laughs again, pouring two fingers in a pair of clean glasses. “Your mother was very wise, Commander Bishop.” he says, tossing his back and pouring a second. “As the britishers say, cheers.”You respond, swallowing the vodka and pulling the glass away again to regard it. Instead of burning all the way down and sitting like a lump of lead in your stomach, this stuff seems to fade away, leaving a pleasant warmth behind it. “Good, da?” Colonel Petrov asks, grinning. “It is from a small brewer near Stalingrad. I can get a bottle occasionally.” He laughs. “I believe I made a mistake in introducing it to comrade Putin though, now I cannot keep it for very long!” The two of you talk most of the flight down, slowly draining the flask- though you're careful to dilute it with plenty of water. Colonel Petrov, for his part, seems to be solid enough to not get drunk so easily. You're refueled midair just off the coast of an island- you're not sure if it's Novaya Zemlya until colonel Petrov points out a crater- tiny, at this distance, but still clearly visible- on the island. “Megalith test.” He says. “Largest explosion ever set off by man, we think. The test was designed to be an airburst, but the power of the weapon was such that it dug out a crater anyway. It was the twin of the one installed in the fortress Megalith. We won't be flying close enough to it for us to see it though.” You keep watching the crater- it's got to be huge, given that you can make it out this well, even this far away. 1/3
“The warhead is designed as a knockout punch, as you like to say.” The colonel says. “Many of us think this is foolish- many smaller warheads would be more flexible and harder to stop, but the premier insisted.” He shakes his head. “I believe it is a showpiece weapon. The earth defense force would be better served with more stonehenge installations.”You go feet-dry shortly after the crater finally slides out of sight- you're honestly not sure if you can properly articulate what it makes you feel. Sure, it represents mankind's ability to defend itself, but you have to wonder what would happen if humans were to ever turn weapons that could do things like that on each other. Thankfully, you think, it'll never happen- the EDF has just too much control over nukes for that to be an issue. The flight continues for a few hours before you can feel the aircraft start to descend. Colonel Petrov looks out a window at the seemingly endless tundra below. “Ah, here we are.” He says. “You cannot see it from this angle, but this is the base. Strana Mechty, we are calling it. Land of Dreams.”Your pilot, you have to admit, is pretty good, landing the plane with just a slight bump to signify the wheels were on the ground. Colonel Petrov motions for you to follow him as the pilots and the pair of commandos exit. Outside it's cold, but not terribly so. Colonel Petrov walks over to a waiting car and opens the door, motioning for you to follow him. 2/3
You sit down and close the door behind you, looking out the window as your driver takes you to- well, wherever it is you're going. The base is well kept and surprisingly modern- several new looking barracks buildings are set back from the road, and signs in multiple languages stand before others- Sports complex, Medical center, Base chapel. The last throws you for a bit of a loop. “Base chapel?” You ask, indicating it. Colonel Petrov nods. “The witches insisted. Some of them find great comfort in religion, even if, officially, the state does not recognize it.” He says. You pass several other buildings- including a cinema and a 'mall'. You ask about that one too, and colonel Petrov chuckles. “The base is mostly for witches, young women, da?” He says. “They like to shop, and so we let them. It can be... difficult, sometimes, to bring things in for them to buy, but the base commanders have usually enjoyed some freedom in bringing things across the border.”You pull into a parking garage near a white building. Colonel Petrov looks at you and grins. “Well, Commander Bishop, I suppose this is it. Comrade Putin's English is nowhere near as good as mine, I will be translating. I am sure Konstantina will be there too.” He chuckles. “Nervous?” “Yeah, a bit. This is a bit beyond my usual realm, ya know?”  “Not really. So far, you haven't given me any reason to be.”
>>27288647just one more? oh man, if the whole female cast were put in strikers, it would make my day!
>>27288799> “Yeah, a bit. This is a bit beyond my usual realm, ya know?”
>>27288799>[x] “Yeah, a bit. This is a bit beyond my usual realm, ya know?”
>>27288799>Konstantina will be there too'ERE WE GO!
>>27288799[X] "Yeah, a bit. This is a bit beyond my usual realm, ya know?” It'd be foolish to relax here.
>>27288799>[x] "I'm going to have to deal with Konstatina unarmed, hell yeah I am nervous."
>>27288799[x] “Yeah, a bit. This is a bit beyond my usual realm, ya know?”
>>27288799> “Yeah, a bit. This is a bit beyond my usual realm, ya know?”We're deep in enemy nation at a top-secret military base about to meet one of the directors of the KGB. Also yanderewitch.Most importantly we aren't in a plane anymore.
>>27288799> “Not really. So far, you haven't given me any reason to be.”
>>27288799>[x] “Yeah, a bit. This is a bit beyond my usual realm, ya know?”Not everyday does a Ace pilot, who is famous, land on an enemy airbase, during war time and isn't defecting.
>>27288799> “Yeah, a bit. Konstantina seems a bit... forward.” >"Strana Mechty"Well played Ghost
>>27288852Rock's gnome, so it's cool.That would explain why he's so good at gambling and manipulating people.
>>27288799>I am sure Konstantina will be there tooGuy.Remember.We need toHold her hand
>>27288880he's supa gnome!
>>27288799> "Yeah, a bit. This is a bit beyond my usual realm, ya know?"
>>27288799> “Yeah, a bit. Konstantina seems a bit... forward.”
>>27288784>Strana MechtyREACTOR ONLINESENSORS ONLINEWEAPONS ONLINEALL BONERS NOMINAL
>>27288841this all of my this
>>27288799>[X] “Yeah, a bit. Konstantina seems a bit... forward.”
>>27288888You debaucherous deviant.
>>27288888Sure why not.The crew must never know.
>>27288799 “Yeah, a bit. This is a bit beyond my usual realm, ya know?” but it's Konstantina i am more worried about. i hope she can control herself when she sees me. ... or she won't have super strength to crush me to death when she hugs me.
>>27288799>[x] “Yeah, a bit. This is a bit beyond my usual realm, ya know? But hey, if you're here? I'll take my chances.”
>>27288799> “Yeah, a bit. Konstantina seems a bit... forward.”>>27288888http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0MZlJRzISc8
>>27288784>it'll never happen- the EDF has just too much control over nukes for that to be an issue.Right, 'never' ain't 110%.
>>27288880that would explain so much.
>>27288799>> “Yeah, a bit. Konstantina seems a bit... forward.”
>>27288799>[x] “Yeah, a bit. Konstantina seems a bit... forward.”
>>27288993>>27288784Yeah. It just takes one Spetznaz brigade, and that "EDF Installation" becomes a "USSR Installation"...
>>27289079Well, considering the Spetznaz history, that EDF installation may very well be a crater by the end of the battle. Mission Accomplished.
>>27289079I'm pretty sure the base personnel would have a "scuttle before capture" order. Better to leave a big smoking hole in the ground than to let the nukes fall into the hands of someone who would use them against humanity.
>>27289136>>27289079Not to mention that, yknow, Martians still exist and we still don't know much about what they're planning if anything
>>27289136That assumes that the Soviet personnel at the base haven't been co-opted yet. Or that the Soviets haven't talked to some of those same personnel to figure out a way to disable the self-destruct.
Guys.Guys please.Stop speculating before you hit on something right and Ghost gets angry at me again.Please.
>>27289201>Guys>guys>you're slapping the red butun
>>27289201that's what you get when you suck dick for story notes. It's like pandora's box. pandora's cock.
>>27289201>Stop speculating before you hit on something right and Ghost gets angry at me again.getting close are we?
>>27289236Oh, silly Anon. All I did was write the character sheet. Now Ghost, he comes to me with everything. I never asked for this.
>>27288799 “Yeah, a bit. This is a bit beyond my usual realm, ya know?”
>>27289236The Dick of Destiny?
>>27289201It's not speculating when we know there is a good chance it'll happen. Will it happen when are away, that is the question. a ASAT maybe would do good against Megalith.
>>27289269>write the character sheetNot in a while you haven't.
>>27289304Shut. Up.I think you mean Arkbird.
>>27289269You're not his drawfagbitch at least. haha
>>27289329Oi. Check again. I updated that shit like a week ago.
>>27289329He updated a few threads ago.>>27289346That too. Stop
>>27289374You forgot the Colonel and our captain.
>>27289374link please. i need to see this!
>>27289414Top of the thread anon.
>>27289348I don't have one of those, though there have been some anons that have been awesome enough to provide art. I wish i had talent like that!also, yes, I'm writing.
>>27289414It's right there at the top, just scroll up to the top you lazy son of a- here.http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=Strike%20witches%201989
>>27289403Does literally anyone (but you and me) remember Colonel McLeod? I mean, she has a piece of art about her, but she plays exactly no role in the story other than to be a bitch, get saved by MC, and then be given a Navy mug for her trouble.It'd be funny if that moved her in some way, but she's all but disappeared at this point.
>>27289453>McLeodNo, everyone remembers her. They just remember her as "Colonel Bitchtits".But I wasn't talking about her; she's in the sheet. I meant the CAF colonel.
>>27289453Different colonel, anon. He means the Confederate Air Force colonel. Besides, Bitchtits is on the sheet.
>>27289453We remember Bitch-tits and she's in the pastebin.
>>27289476I remember him, he's swell. He's also in a completely different part of the world
>>27289442i think she ment the character sheets. btw, what game system are they anyway? GURPS?
>>27289499I think you misunderstand what I mean by character sheet. I more mean like a cast sheet, not a series of papers for playing the girls on->GURPSC'mon, Anon, I'm in grad school for my MLIS, not math.
[x] Write in!You nod. “Yeah, a bit,” You admit. “Konstantina seems a bit.... forward.” Colonel Petrov laughs. “You will probably be surprised then.” He says. “She is very good at war and combat. She is not so good at much else.”He leads the way- the halls of the building aren't empty, but they're a lot quieter than you thought they'd be. He narrates as you walk. “This is the headquarters building for the base. Base commander's office, Medical director's office, matron's office, that sort of thing. Most of the base's personnel are permanently assigned here, and very few leave for any length of time. Most of current garrison was hand picked by Comrade Putin. He also have many witches here of various nationalities, who are receiving medical treatment.”“Medical treatment?” You ask, trying to keep track of the turns you're taking. 1/2
“Comrade Putin or Konstantina will explain more.” He says. “My role here is as liaison officer and base commander, though lately I have not had much to do. Ah, here we are.” He turns and opens a door, following behind you and closing it. You immediately notice the man behind the desk- he's kind of plain looking, honestly, mid length blonde hair and you can't quite peg his age, though he's fairly powerfully built. He says something in Russian and Colonel Petrov responds with a laugh. To his right is your blue-eyed stalker. She looks down at her boots with shy smile the second you look at her. The man behind the desk- Putin, you think- has to be- looks over at her and says something- and she responds in Russian, not looking up. He chuckles, then turns to address you, translated by Colonel Petrov. “Commander Bishop.” He says. “As you've no doubt guessed, I'm Colonel Vladimir Putin. I'm glad you came. You've met my young friend here, Junior Lieutenant Stalinka.” You nod. “We've met, yes sir.” He smiles. “I'm sure you two will have much to talk about while you're visiting us. However, not yet. I imagine your superiors are interested in lazarus, correct?” “Well, sir, I didn't really have any specific orders.” “Yes, sir, very interested.”
>>27289555> “Well, sir, I didn't really have any specific orders.”
>>27289555>shy smile>KonstantinaWhat is this madness?
>>27289582We're not trying to kill eachother right now
>>27289555[X] “Well, sir, I didn't really have any specific orders.”See how much info you can get.
>>27289555> "Well, sir, I didn't really have any specific orders. That said, I'm personally curious."
>>27289555> “Yes, sir, very interested.”Oh please, he's not retarded, might as well get this spook bullshit out of the way.
>>27289555[x] Ruffle that Konstantina hair.Greet her.Also:[x] “Well, sir, I didn't really have any specific orders.”
>>27289555>[x] “Well, sir, I didn't really have any specific orders. But if you're offering, I'm all ears to hear.”
>>27289555> “Yes, sir, very interested.”
>>27289555>"I'm sure they are, though if it can bring me here I've gotta say I'm curious too"
>>27289555>[x] “Well, sir, I didn't really have any specific orders, besides come back in one piece, but Lazarus is what got me out here."
>>27289582She is unsure of how to interact with her beloved outside of GLORIOUS COMBAT. Or maybe someone finally gave her the talk after catching her trying to send a letter to comrade stork.
>>27289524cast sheet? on tv tropes page then?what? Gurps isn't that hard to play.
>>27289555>[x] “Yes, sir, very interested.”
>>27289582C'mon anon, we totatlly guessed that one last thread!
>>27289555>[x] “Yes, sir, very interested.”Kind of obvious.
Rolled 9>>27289606This>>27289620Not so much, might take it the wrong way
>>27289555i second this>>27289606>>27289620CAREFUL THERE! if we touch her, she might take that as a sign that it's OK to jump us!
>>27289641>maybe someone finally gave her the talk after catching her trying to send a letter to comrade stork.She's so darn pure and cute.
>>27289555> “Yes, sir, very interested.”If he doesn't this already then he doesn't deserve the title of KGB director, might as well air it out.
>>27289641I doubt anyone would be brave enough to give Konstantina the talk.Or that she would even believe them if they did.
>>27289555Seconding this >>27289620perhaps we can tame her, although that will be fun to explain to Ice.>"Hey Ice? She followed me home, can I keep her?"
>>27289555> “Yes, sir, very interested.”For something supposedly out of a horror story of the Soviet Witch Corps, this is surprisingly benign.
>>27289735GOD DAMNIT 4CHAN
>>27289732i think Putin did that himself. if there was anyone over there can could do THAT job, it would have been him. he's russia's verison of chuck norrias.
>>27289555> “Yes, sir, very interested.”>>27289789Or Petrov, who literally saved the world.
>>27289789He's probably the only one who could stand her endless questions and request on the subject, he became her handler as punishment.
>>27289476...so, you gonna add them later?
>>27289808Possibly a team effort
>>27289808So here he also saved the world by explaining the Birds and the Bees to Konstantina?
>>27289836They got very drunk afterwards, Putin and Petrov.
>>27289808In OUR universe. He saved the world in OUR 1983. We don't know what he's did in THIS one. Just look at Nixon, he sure as hell didn't take the same path.
>>27289852Or beforehand. Or during.>One demonstrating with their wife while the other made konstantina watch
>>27289835Honestly meant to last time I updated. They'll get on there.
>>27289808"There is no Comrade Stork, my dear.""But the books say so, Comrade Petrov! I-I know he must be real!""I am sorry, child. Why would a lone stork be responsible for delivering children to husbands and wives across the world?""He...he must have a network! S-supply lines! C-convoys....something..."
>>27289852>Putin and PetrovThey fight ̶c̶r̶i̶m̶e c̶a̶p̶i̶t̶a̶l̶i̶s̶m̶ martians
>>27289893Whelp, this is my headcanon now.
Rolled 2>>27289922It is mine now as well
>>27289922it might be real cannon after all.
>>27289893THEN WHERE DO BABIES COME FROM, COMRADE PETROV?!
>>27289893That last fucking line is GOLD.
>>27290048...Where did Konstantina come from?
>>27289872>Constantina's face when
>>27290048"Ah...let...let us start with... Aaaah....Putin, take over." Petrov excuses himself from the room, reaching for his flask of Vodka."Certainly Comrade. Konstantina, what do you know of child birth.""A- *sniffle* A m-man and woman who a-are in love lie together in a bed...holding hands...a-a-and some months later, C-Comrade Stork-""There is no Comrade Stork.""B-But-""The man and woman make love.""They-""The man and woman work together, and conceive the child.""B-but the books-""Are for children.""...I have been deceived..."Putin's eyes widen slightly. He is in the killzone.
>>27290179WE'RE ALL GONNA DIE!SAVE US COMRADE PETROV!
>>27290179Some time later"We're close, but she refuses to make the last break.""Should we bring the American"*glug*
>>27290297I am going to need more popcorn for this
>>27290179>Putin's eyes widen slightly. He is in the killzone.>moeputin.jpg
>>27290368if japan can do THIS to stalin
What if the stork was real and he's just being held prisoner for spying
>>27290393http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZT2z0nrsQ8oNOPE!>>27290435Then he is SCP's bitch!
>>27290435Comrade, you are mistaken. The head midwife is called Stork.It causes plenty of misunderstanding.
>>27290179Hard right, comrade Putin! Deploy countermeasures!
>>27290481>>27290179"Yes," Putin answers flatly, seeing his way out. "You have been deceived.""By capitalists, no doubt!" Stalinka snarls."Your pilot is capitalist.""I CAN CHANGE HIM." To this, Putin takes a not so subtle step back, but his expression remains mostly neutral. Petrov comes running back to the room, after hearing the shout he feared the worst. "A-and c-comrade stork...will...will...""We have already explained-""But...if he does not...then...""It is...complicated.""But it involves love, y-yes? And making lots of it?""...I suppose in your case it would involve lots of it, yes.""In bed?""Well," Putin begins, "I suppose it does not necessarily NEED to be in a bed-""TOO MUCH, TOO SOON COMRADE." Petrov sputters.Stalinka is starry eyed."It could be anywhere..." she says dreamily.Putin and Petrov both excuse themselves from the room.
>>27290693Oh shit you idiots, you broke her.
>>27290693>"It could be anywhere..." she says dreamily.Even..MIDAIR.
>>27290693>"It could be anywhere..." she says dreamily.>Mid-flight, 10,000 feet, holding hands
>>27290756>>27290744>She rips open Fronk's cockpit hatch, pulls him out.>"MY LOVE WE ARE GOING TO BE MAKING THE LOVE NOW.">Flies off while holding his hands.
>>27290774And that was how Merlin lost her life. Typing that made me sad.
>>27290800Well thanks for totally ruining the moment.
>>27290800She could still eject though.
>>27290800Thanks debby downer!
>>27290774Nah, one of the withches like Ice and Slider will save her by holding hands."....My Love, they are doing the forbidden!"
>>27290820True enough. Guess I should not have watched Top Gun earlier.>>27290813>>27290826Sorry.
>>27290800She'd be fine if she was brought along for a threesome. Could Merlin be for lewds if her life was on the line?
[x] “Yes, sir, very interested.”“Yes, sir,” You say, nodding. “Very interested.”Putin smiles and nods. “Good! Come, I think they have another witch in for treatment today, though I'm not sure who it is or what she's in for.” He stands up, motioning for Colonel Petrov to open the door. “We'll have to go down to the medical center.”The ride over is quick, of course- Konstantina sits next to you, refusing to look at you or make eye contact, which seems to be a source of some amusement for Putin and Petrov. They have a brief conversation in Russian that ends in a few mumbled words from Konstantina and laughing from the both of them- you're not sure you want to know. The medical facility appears to be the centerpiece of the entire base- it's huge. Inside, you note a few more of the command types- most of them nod deferentially to Putin and Petrov, and look at you, trying to identify you- though you notice Konstantina staring down a couple. She's got to have a hell of a reputation, you think- these guys look tough. Putin and Petrov lead you up to an observation deck above an operating theater, where a pair of surgeons are busily working on someone- you can't see who, though you can make out that they're working on her torso and arm. “Ah, yes, the German.” Putin says, via Petrov. “She was careless and badly injured above Seelow. She was lucky one of our healers was available to stabilize her.” “What are they- “ You ask, moving closer to the windows, trying to get a better view. 1/2
>>27290866Three way hand holding? Not with Merlin you sick fuck!
“She is receiving an augmented lung to replace her damaged one.” Konstantina says, before Petrov can. “And a prosthetic arm of the new kind. They will also be repairing the damage to her chest, ribs, hip, and mammaries.”“Her what?” You ask, hiding your grin. “Her, ah, breast.” Konstantina says. “But why? She's German, you said?” You ask, turning away from the window to look at the three Russians. “Because, Commander Bishop, mankind is going to need every single witch it has if it's to survive what's coming.” Putin says. “Lazarus can't bring people back from the dead, but it can rebuild them. The girl below, she'll be better after coming out of surgery than before her wound. She'll be more able to interface with a striker unit, able to focus and channel her magic to a better degree.”You look back, unable to make any sense of the surgical procedure below. “We can restore full limbs, if we need to,” he says, continuing. “There are several witches here who are currently blind- we will restore their sight, if we have the time.” He grins. “We could even, with time and your permission, remove the shards of metal from your rib cage and the lining of your lung, and give you augments to fight better in the air.” “You didn't answer my question.” You say, shaking your head. “Why?” “The premier is not acting in the interests of man.” Putin says, simply. “We believe he is targeting the earth defense bases around the globe and attempting to damage or disable them. The men at megalith are loyal to me, but I am unsure of the security at the other bases. We must have a line of communication with the allied powers, commander bishop. We believe they will listen to you.” “Why me?”  “What do you need me to do?”
>>27290866No. It's been made quite clear that Merlin is not for lewds.Besides, Konstantina knows that her darling needs no other woman in his life. Threesome unlikely.
>>27290910[x] “What do you need me to do?”OH SHIT
>>27290910> “Why me?” > “What do you need me to do?”We need both, cause...yeah.
>>27290910[x] “What do you need me to do?”
>>27290910Holy shit, I can't believe our wild speculation was right.
>>27290910> “Why me?”RoboStalin is targeting the anti-martian defensesWELL SHIT
>>27290910> “Why me?”> “What do you need me to do?”
and you fuckers say coming was a BAD idea!
>>27290910>Why me?>What would you need me to do?>What if, for arguments sake, some of our own leaders were compromised?
>>27290910Can we trust Putin?Actually, putting the term "trust" and "Putin" in the same sentence is silly.
>>27290910[x] “What do you need me to do?”shit has reached an all new level of real previously unknown to science
>>27290693"You realize she is going to ask you what making love is." Petrov takes a swig of his flask, then hands it to Putin."Uh huh." He drains the rest of the flask, then produces one of his own. Another swig, and then it is passed to Petrov."You are a terrible father figure.""I am, " Putin states, somewhat proudly, "an excellent father figure. I am looking after my country and the planet, and the witches here. What better father figure could she have than the two of us?""You evade like a politician.""Perhaps someday." Putin half salutes Petrov, then steps back into the room with a smile.
>>27290986Putin will never lie to you. Lying is beneath him.
>>27290910[X] “Why me?” I DIDN'T ASK FOR THIS.
>>27290910>[x] “Why me?” >[x] “What do you need me to do?”...after reading up on AC5 I had a feeling this might happen... Now I'm kinda hoping we get to do this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WSuMXlkd5jQ
>>27290986We...we haven't drunk anything that he or an agent of his have provided us...right?
>>27291011MEDIC MADE THIS MACHINE!
>>27290910> “Why me?”"You could have asked anyone else, a diplomat, a higher ranking officer, hell even the president? I'm just a fighter pilot with an obscene lucky streak, I have no experience and credentials for this."
>>27290910SECOND MARTIAN WAR INCOMING.
>>27290910> "What do you need me to do?"
>>27290910[X] “What do you need me to do?”The why is pretty clear.
>>27291034Just vodka from Petrov's flask,
>>27290910>[x] “Why me?” >[x] “What do you need me to do?”BOTH
>>27290910> “What do you need me to do?”
>>27291034We drank with petrov on the flight over, though that was a while ago.>Stalin 'barely survived' the martian invasion and was rebuilt>Martians have psionics technology>Martians have demonstrated the ability to influence humans even without specialized equipmentwell shit
>>27290910[x] Are dong augments available?
>>27290910>[x] “Why me?” >[x] “What do you need me to do?”BOTH!
I kinda have to wonder if these witches are getting brained washed at all... Or any kind of mind fuckery really.
>>27290910 “Why me?” “What do you need me to do?”BOTH!
>massive invasion from the Martians because Russia blew up stonehenge defenses.>Humanity pushed back to one base, anyone with an ability to fly a plane is put into the air>The President, secretary of defense, and British ambassador all climb into a plane and take off.
>>27291110I think brainwashing is counter active to what is coming
>>27290910>[x] “Why me?” >[x] “What do you need me to do?”
>>27291151Maybe, maybe not. He could be playing even longer game and think post-whateverthehelliscoming.
>>27291147"HELLOOOO BOYS! I'M BAAAAAAAACCCCK">Crazy fucking Ivan
>>27291189NOPE NOPE NOPE NOOOOOOOOOOOPE!
>>27290910>[x] “Why me?”>[x] “What do you need me to do?”
>>27291147>Every living WW2/Martian War veteran gets into a plane and takes off>Martians don't stand a fucking chance against their old foes
Guys. What if Jackie Chan is a Chinese witch in this timeline?
>>27291204welcom' to urfph!
>>27291218>the president of the United States gets his two buddies and climes back into a restored Widow. AAAAAHHHH YYEEEAAA!
Huh.Everyone's assuming that the Martians just want to have a rematch, and they're taking out the planetary defense systems in order to land troops.Why don't they instead land on the Moon, set up a battery of railguns and a lunar mine to supply them with ammunition, and drop chunks of lunar regolith down the gravity well at their old foes?
>>27291229Well it's hard to have an aerial duel in a ladder factory, so things should go pretty well.Unless we run into her, a series of comedic misunderstandings occur, and she doesn't want any trabble.
>>27291288Because we still have no idea what they want with Earth at all
>>27291288Because they're fucking stupid. Their primary mode of transportation is a fucking huge gun for crissake
>>27291312They want our squid. Our Terran calamari is a delicious delicacy that they can't get on Mars.
>>27291290Russians had a flying carrier... Flying. Home. Depot.
>>27290910> “Why me?” > “What do you need me to do?”We can't guarantee that we can do what they're asking, but it's better to check
>>27291018Petrov paces nervously in front of Stalinka's room. He can barely make out what is being said at first, but then it becomes apparent that Putin has reached what could be considered The Good Part."THEY-THEY-THEY-THEY WHAT?" Stalinka howls with confusion, fright, and something else. "DOES IT N-NOT HURT?"Putin does his best to remain non-plussed, so his words once again are muffled by the door."S-SUCH...SUCH..." Stalinka clearly cannot continue. The door is pulled open by Putin."And that is where babies come from," he says over his shoulder as he walks off. He looked pleased with himself.Petrov shudders, then looks to Stalinka with concern, ready to assuage her doubts or fears.For her part, she looks towards the window dreamily."Oh...wow...."Petrov excuses himself, closing the door gently."More vodka," he declares.
>>27291334>Their primary mode of transportation is a fucking huge gun for crissakeIt's a mass driver, the second-most efficient means of getting things into orbit, the first being an orbital elevator which is even more technologically complex and difficult to build.It's one of the best ways to get stuff into orbit and beyond.
>>27291312it seems they want our biosphere as intact as possable. if they wanted to glass earth, they could have done that from orbit easy or even further out. our type of atmo and chemical mix of surface life is probably very rare in this galxacy.
>>27291290pic related>>27291147This is always what I've imagined old-age young would do if the Martians came back for round 2
>>27291408Considering they can breathe our air it's not the worst guess
>>27291395Problem is, they're not just using it to get into orbit, they're using it as the entirety of the propulsion and guidance for things to get to earth.It's inefficient as hell once they went past the "get into orbit" bit.
>>27291412>]Carlos from the magic school bus?
>>27291385Just imagining Putin having this discussion at one point in time in his life with a yandere girl in magical plane legs makes me giggle
>>27291440They obviously prefer to expend electricity at their mass driver than spend it on fuel, and their mass driver is much more efficient than it could be on Earth because of Mars' lower gravity.
>>27291395well, no one i know of are building mass drivers, but i have heard that the Obayashi Corporation is on the path to make a space elevator. it'll take awhile yet. but they are at lease trying.
>>27291454You are now proceeding to manually remember that this Putin has flowing golden locks instead of lolbalding.
If they want to be taken seriously we need to speak with some of the pow witches. Make sure they're fine and doing ok.Maybe even ask to bring one back for debrief.
>>27291515Well, they obviously prefer it, but that's just more evidence that they're dumb as all fuck out.They are, according to most of the writefaggtry and MW era quests, firing unguided transports. On a Timetable. i.e reinforcements arrive at fairly imprecise points on the earth's surface, on a fixed timetable, and with no way of changing that.It's compete and utter madness. If they had even a primitive chemical rocket on the damn things to slow the transports down and let them maintain an orbit, it'd be A-OK. But noooooooooo.
>>27291561I do like this idea.
[x] “What do you need me to do?”“You know, you could have picked anyone.” You say. “Diplomat, high ranking officer, anyone.”Putin grins, slightly. “We could have, yes. But, as the western papers say, you're a bishop. Your family has made a name for itself in every theater of this war. The Imperial family of Japan listens to you, the commander of the American pacific forces thinks of you as his protogee, you have met the american president, and there is a highly-placed French witch with your squadron. Besides the Germans and British, you know someone from every major allied power.” he says via Petrov. “We believe they will listen to you.”“And if they don't?” You ask. “What if they're compromised?” Putin shrugs. “Then it doesn't matter what we do here.” He motions down a the operating room. “We will continue to work here- stay a few days, if you wish, and talk with some of the witches here, see what they think. Some of them are Americans, ask them their opinion. But we must try to end this foolish and wasteful war now.”“Some people aren't going to want to.” You point out. Putin nods. “Some people have no brains.” He agrees. “I hope they're in the minority.” He shrugs. “I'll let Konstantina show you to your rooms. She'll be your guide and escort around the base- please don't try to leave her while you're here, though. The soldiers here are my men, and loyal, but they don't know you.” You glance over at the witch- who meets your eyes for a split second before blushing and looking down at her boots again. Welp. It'll be an interesting couple of days.
>>27291561>Ask for witch to accompany us for debrief>They send Stalinka
>>27291630>Konstantina is our chaperone>No little sister to protect our chastity
>>27291630Right.We need to Interview as many different witches as possible, take as many notes as possible, and try to avoid MISUNDERSTANDINGS with moe ubersoldat.
>>27291633And we thought our squadron was a bunch of barely-suppressed Fronklust before this...
and that's it for this week!We are nearing in on when I'm planning to take a break (if it isn't painfully obvious by this point, with Putin making his entry) but again, i'll let you guys know. any complaints about me not prompting write ins? I think it seems to have worked out pretty well. anyway, as always, hope you guys had fun, and we'll see you guys next week! cheers till then guys!
>That talk earlier about Balalaika witch>VDV '89 was going to have a one Sofiya Pavlovena as an old comrade of the MC'sThis is more an excuse to post this picture than anything.
>>27291687>any complaints about me not prompting write ins? I think it seems to have worked out pretty well.nah, like you figured if people want to write in they'll write in. hell of a thread
>>27291687Very fun thread, Ghost. I think the not prompting the write ins worked out fine.
>>27291687Got caught up for the week just in time, awesome thread. As was the Putin/Petrov/Stalinka as a weird warfamily sidething Anon contributed.If you're worried about the writeins, just add a small line to your pre-start blurb about it.
>>27291693I just realized if Putin is legit does this mean Katya is working for Robo-Stalin?
>>27291687Nah, worked just fine IMO. Early end though (which I can understand so you can get your sleep)Thanks!
>>27291744No, it means that the Soviet Powerstructure is exceedingly fractious and a lot of people are being thrown to the meatgrinder for nothing.
>>27291744No, I think she is just completely ignorant of the whole lazerus dealio and is understandably mistrustful
>>27291744I'm pretty sure they don't know Joe is a Martian meat puppet.
I got a questionwho built lazerus? Because it reminds me of shit from that syfy show eureka
>>27291776Lazarus is a siberian boogeyman. Witches go there, they disappear. Putin's taking a huge risk with Frank- partly because he doesn't see any other option
>>27291801Exactly, this guy gets it....this guy is ghost, so of course he gets it.
>>27291798that was a good showhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Rx-2VFc8EQ
>>27291801Oh, so this is where legless Russian would've gone if she'd returned home
>>27291687how long of a break are we talking about here Ghost? a month, a year?
Joint missions with the Russians soon?
>>27291836He said 'couple weeks' last time
>>27291822>we kept her from getting betterwe're the worst
>>27291875there's no promises that she'd have wound up here as it sounds like this group is a splinter force working against the grain
>>27291836couple of weeks. possibly longer from 89 so I can kind of get all the notes i need in one place- we're on notebook #3 right now. I have a side project in mind, it still in the same universe, but a different time period.
I knew using using Martian tech was a bad idea.
>>27291822yep. ...however, if Putin is willing to share this med tech with the US, we could fix up both her and the shark twin. i am just surpsied cybernetics have progressed so far and so fast and not biotech. regrowing or cloning organs to attach for lost ones is much easier on the fleshy body. even still, does a witch lose more of her magic as more of her body is replaced with steel and chrome?
>>27291909The goal is, but the base itself could certainly be passed off as a superwitch program tot he rest of the soviets
>>27291911...ok, i will trust you ghost. i don't want you to become planefag 2.0 and never come back.
>>27291917Augmentation is never a bad idea.
>>27291917"Don't interfere with my plans, Young. I'm doing this to save Yoomanity."
>>27291911Are you just taking a break because you need to organize quest shit or are you just in need of a breakfuck those are gonna be some boring tuesdays
>>27291801We need to bring back gifts to our comrades, I propose furhats for everyone! Also we need to ensure our promise of getting out tomcat from our chest and make a necklace out of it for Merlin
>>27291911As long as you don't pull a PF Mk II I'll survive
>>27291972honestly? mostly column A, bit from column B. You guys are great, and I love running this thing with you, but I do need a break- we've got 60 entries on suptg and something like 54 on the geek stick I use for the actual documents. it's not that it's taking up too much time- it's really not- it's just that I just kinda need the break, and I'm tired of rooting through the archives every other day trying to look up some detail I forgot to write down! haha.
>>27292041>and I'm tired of rooting through the archives every other day trying to look up some detail I forgot to write down! haha.Dear god, I know your pain.
>>27292041I love your threads dude. Highlight of my week fuck I need a hobby other than TF2, so have fun maybe.
>>27292041Yeah this thing is likeover a year old.god damn
>>27292075And a lot of us have been here since before thread 5.
>>27292098i still feel like the new meat. i jump on around 48th thread.
>>27292266no matter when, it's still been a fun ride. THANKS GHOST I LOVE YOU
PUTIN FOR TSAR!FREE ROSSIYA!
NOOOOO! How will I post my lewd Merlin fic if you're gone for weeks on end?
Ghost if you're still here, Is Merlin going to pull a page from Misery on Frank once he gets back?
>>27292528No. I'd be more worried about Katya or Ice, personally.
>>27292528Not if we give her tomcat scrap necklace.
>>27292583Bite your tongue. We finally got the ol'tomcat inside of us and it isn't coming out. Medical science be damned.
>>27292565Urk.They're going to lock us in a room at this rate.
>>27292565On a scale of 1-"We will never see the light of day again unless Konstantina murders them" How screwed are we?
>>27292565So Ice is going to freeze us in a block and Katya......Oh dear, we're pretty screwed.
>>27292652Brutally bruised pelvis and levels of penile chafing heretofore undiscovered by science
>>27292652>Konstantina forges an uneasy truce with Slider to rescue Fronk from Ice and Katya's dungeon>Merlin is nervous>Sharktwins get involved somehow>Shenanigans
>>27292652death by snoo snoo
>>27292691>"PUT YOUR POTATO IN MY BORSCHT, FRANK BISHOP. DO IT NOW."
Thanks for running Ghost. Don't worry about the long post times. I find it highly amusing that threads have a tendency to devolve into a frothing pool of lewd the longer it takes you to post anything.
>>27292839Part of me feels that Ghost does it at least somewhat intentionally...he just laughs at our lewds and shadowruns