It is the year 22XX and Humanity has reached the stars. Alas, even though it has attained the lofty goal of interstellar travel, mankind has yet to conquer it’s baser instincts.Humanity is ruled by ultra-Corporations. Some own continents. Others, multiple worlds. But everyone is a citizen-employee somewhere. The qualms that beset corporations of the past, copyright infringement, tech theft, still exist. If anything, they are amplified by the scale of the players.Without government to turn to for legal recourse and separated by millions and billions of miles, corporations have turned to less savory solutions to resolve conflict. You are one of those solutions.You are an elite mercenary- also known as a High Impact Public Representative- of the StrikeOut Company, a group of mercenaries who accept contracts and missions from the highest bidder. You are launched out of a spaceship in a drop pod filled with bright orange and highly toxic gel. You crash land into the target’s facilities, make a mess, do your job, and then get the hell out.You are a Fall Guy. You are a Deniable Asset.QM’s Twitter:https://twitter.com/DickishDeadPastebin of MC:[WIP]
>Neo Hemoglobin: an enhanced form of normal hemoglobin, transfers more oxygen, allowing muscles to work harder and longer before becoming tired. Required for most gene mods.>10,000 credits>>Neo Hemoglobin Service Pack 1: Enhances the clotting factor of Neo Hemoglobin, reducing risk of bleed out.>2,000 credits>Myocyte Pack Ares: a Gene mod that replaces muscle tissue with a superior alternative from Breckinshire Tech Labs. A superior version of human muscles. Requires Neo Hemoglobin upgrade. Allows operation of high recoil guns, such as the Model 223.>5,000 credits>Immuno-Metrics Service Pack 1: A suite of cell reinforcing gene mods that increase resistances to diseases, toxins, and cancers. Can survive Level 1 biohazardous situations indefinitely, extends survivability for higher levels.>Increase hazardous combat survivability>8,000 credits>Nan-Carb Skeleton: Weaves carbon-nanotubes into the skeletal structure, increasing resistance to breakage and fractures. This is a basic requirement for most strength enhancing gene mods.>6,000 credits
Good to see that we're back up and running.Let's shank some more Japs!
>Hirosata Processor: The stock implant processor. The human brain can only handle so much input from cybernetic implants after all. That's where the Hirosata Processor comes in, executing programs that might otherwise rely on the brain's computational power. In case of spare proceesing power, the Hirosata may also improve reaction times and thought processes.>Processing Power +20>4,000 credits>Falconian Eye: A gene mod improving vision in general. Helps with aiming and increases rolls on perception checks. Also includes a secondary eyelid to protect the eye from adverse conditions.>2,000 credits>Dopa-SYNTHoid: A gene mod that controls dopamine releases in the brain. Helps stabilize shooting and rapid decision making abilities. Improves reaction times.>5,000 credits>Kodiak Eyeware: The human eye can assemble images as large as 576 megapixels. A Kodiak Eyeware ocular implant reaches resolutions of 1000 megapixels, and allows for a variety of zoom functions. Shame the human brain isn’t built to handle that amount of information. A strict improvement over the Falconian Eye.>Processing Power -4>9,000 credits>Ceramic Dentition: Replaces your teeth with gleaming white, maintenance free, ceramic copies!>500 credits>Boze Auditus: A gene mod that enhances your auditory abilities. Hear longer, hear louder, hear better. You can hear things from further away and may selectively shut off your eardrums to protect them from loud noises or sudden changes in pressure. If used alongside a Processor Implant will allow you to better triangulate things based on sound alone. and to process two conversations at once.>8,500 credits>-4 processing power if applicable
>>29663486>those costsHow much cash we got OP?
Alright guys, So I think everyone was agreed that we'd be getting the:>Nan-Carb Skeleton>Neo Hemoglobin>Myocyte Pack AresAnd there was some debate between>Hirosata Processorand>Dopa-SYNTHoidVote here to determine which one wins and all that while I keep on working on next update
>>296636345,000, but going into debt is expected.
>>29663644>>Hirosata ProcessorI think this will be more useful. I don't mind either of them though.
>>29663656>>29663652Pretty sure we need the dopa-synthoid with the way we've been working right now. We don't have a lot of cash guys. Lets improve the basics.
>>29663644>Hirosata ProcessorIt makes us smarter. Something our rookie is in dire need of.
>>29663684processor is cheaper than dopa and they both increase reaction but processor also increases ability to handle more augments
>>29663684>Pretty sure we need the dopa-synthoid with the way we've been working right now.What? All we've been doing is ambushing. That's more of a thought process thing then a reaction time thing.
>>29663792Wait. The processor increases reaction time as well right? Plus it raises intelligence... and its cheaper? Am I wrong?
>>29663792I think he may have been referencing how we've missed half our shots, and how dopas helps keep things stable.. Not sure though.
>>29663644>Dopa-SYNTHoidNo more panicking in combat for us.
>>29663837Processor raises reaction time, thought process, and processing power.Dopa only raises reaction time but it raises it by ,ore. How much more? No clue ask Fall Guy.
>>29663916>Generally its a matter of scale. Dopa does reaction time very very well. The Hirosata, only somewhat.From last thread.
>>29663926So lets buy the dopa-SYNTHoid and buy the processor later.Or go into debt and get both.
Newbie here, looking good.Voting for the processor(maybe extra XP? surely will expand our options in combat, a good foundation for heavier modding)
>>296639594 upgrades max, so we would have to choose which one we want to drop.
But dopa syntheticthere is literally no reason to get the processor right now even op said it
>>29663978What do we have?
You immediately click the checkboxes next to Myocyte Pack Ares, Nan-Carb Skeleton, and Neo Hemoglobin. Then you pause, considering Dopa-SYNTHoid and the Hirosata Processor. Considering the amount of time you spent agonizing which of these two augments you got on discount you’re surprised how you can’t remember which one you ended up settling on. After another few moments of consideration a pop up appears in your HUD. Last time you checked, gene-mods didn’t request driver updates. You click the Hirosata Processor and scroll down past the other augments you decided to go without.Eventually you come across a section asking if there are any augmentations that StrikeOut offered that you possessed prior to joining. Wondering why they bothered asking, shit was already on file after all, you type in “Ceramic Dentition”.Suddenly, the e-form starts scrolling on its own once more, and the Handler’s comm icon appears in the upper left corner of your HUD. “Good. Now don’t worry, we’re almost finished here. Just sign and click ‘ACCEPT’. Thank you for registering yourself with StrikeOut!”The comm icon flashes off. You are looking at blank white box. A thin black line with the words “sign here” written underneath it lie roughly in the middle of the box.>Well, what name do you sign?
>>29663644Fall Guy, just what is the mechanics behind reaction time increases? Knowing this would probably wrap this discussion up really quick. >>29663959We're already in debt and we can only have one right now.>>29664001>even op said itWhen? Where?
4 implants [now], or 4 implants forever?besides, most implants will suck out our processing.What if we get something free?
>>29664073Good enough for me.
>>29664029Zulu-EpsilonFull corporate mercenary. No name.
>>29664031last threadhe said that at this point there isn't much reason to get the processor. later, when we get cybered up, yes but not right now
>>29664031Reaction time can increase the roll bonus from an "Action Chain" and lowers DC checks against unexpected enemy action.>>296640534 implants is only the beginning anon. Most people don't have more than a few basic gene mods, and most soldiers don't benefit from anything more than a general enhancement gene mod. You are an elite, after all.
I propose Bob.We're undercover(somewhat),right?
Fucking Farquads in this thread.
>>29664088Forgot the C
>>29664094A French first name and German last name?What heresy is this?
>>29664098The processor does do some good in the short term, and as a long term investment it's a solid choice.I would say that the DopaSYNTHoid is a better short term investment, but that the Hirosata processor is more versatile and has utility outside of combat.
>>29664148I forgot nothing.
Disregard the Bob, Ivan FTW!Krazy Ivan for extra win
>>29664029>>Well, what name do you sign?Joseph Bones.
>>29664166Then you're unimaginative! >>29664165That was my logic
>>29664180>>29664138I see some of you follow OGQ
>>29664191Say the first and the last name quickly. I promise the C is unnecessary.
>>29664191>Mike LitorisMi ke litorisMy clitoris
>>29664138I like Ivan
>>29664092I like this one, best name.BTW, how do you put the postbox on bottom?
>>29664209>Didn't notice thatOkay, changing vote to Ivan.
>>29664225>>29664209>>29664138How about Ivan Bones?He's part of the gestalt that will become mister bones in the future.
>>29664257Works for me.
>>29664257Cool by me
I liked the zulu-epsilon, but Ivan s'cool too
>>29664257Can we get a better name than Ivan at least?
Ivan Tepes. Bonus for reference
>>29664343No.Ivan best name>Captcha fyingssf silence
>>29664343It's a joke from the other quest Fall Guy runs.Ivan is the name of the guy that the MC annoys constantly.
Ivan keeps it simple, but Tepes isn't much more harder.captcha:henceforth obersout
>>29664364>>29664382>>29664354Well /tg/ at least no one will ever call you overly creative.Boring fuckers, the lot of you.
Okay it seems like 'Ivan Bones' is the current front runner.This is more a "speak now or forever hold your peace" post.If you disagree with this name, reply to this post with your alternative
You want creativity?Manuel Parkas, take that(parca=grim reaper)
>>29664392I get the reference angle but it's still a shitty name.>>29664436Even without the entomology that's a ligitimitly better name.
>>29664404Shrekcaptcha: against aHivenYou heard the captcha. Ivan must die.
change Manuel to michael.
>>29664402No, Ivan is fine. This is tg, we like our references and such. (Why do I feel like I'm going to regret this?)
I want to get on Mr. Bones Wild Ride.
>>29664382^me>>29664404>>29664465I'm attatched to Ivan but I would support Parkas as a last name.
>>29664501I'm not even lying about captcha. It's a sign. If we take Ivan it spells or doom.
>>29664503NO wait! Do this>>29664502Michael Parkas
Ivan Parkas it is,right?my names are the bestest :D]
>>29664465>I get the reference angle but it's still a shitty name.Meh.A name doesn't have to be badass, only functional.>>29664534Every time I read parkas I think about waterproof coats.
>>29664559I'm in full support for this
>>29664404I support Ivan Bones
>>29664465^Me>>29664524>>29664559I'll compromise with Ivan Parka.
>>29664559yup this works for me
@29664571 that too, because we prevent shit from staining our company
I'm Ok with Parkas as a last name, but Ivan Parkas sounds like N'Kabwe O'Reilly as a last name. they sound weird together.
>>29664404Last name should be something Slavic. Bones could be a nickname.
>>29664638Nothing sounds as weird as N'Kabwe O'Reilly. That's just boo
only if you pronunciate I-van instead of Ih-van(russian pronunciation)
>>29664705Ivan "Bones" ParkasI actually really like this.
>>29664705This>>29664736Betrayer the Betrayer
N'Kabwe "Bones" O'Reilly.that isn't half bad.
>>29664705>Bones could be a nickname.Suddenly we're a medic.
@29664736best name.period.sorry for my quote thingy not working
>>29664771>N'Kabwe "Bones" O'Reilly.Please stop, my sides.
>>29664736goddamn thats great
>>29664792Why are you doing this? are you using a phone?
You chortle to yourself as you fill in the signature box and hit accept. There is a moment’s pause before the e-form flashes red and your helmet honks obnoxiously into your ears. The Handler’s comm icon reappears. “Ha fuckity Ha jackass. We both know you aren’t ‘Mike Litoris’. Try again.”Rolling your eyes you mentally scrawl your actual name into the signature box. You consider it for a moment.>Ivan Parkas KostovGoddamn! For someone only a quarter Russian your signature positively reeks of vodka and misery. Only thing to offset it is Parkas, not even sure where that one comes from. Mumbling to yourself you hit accept once more. This time the e-form turns green and blinks away, freeing your vision to the outside world once more. You look around and see Darius stretch and you presume, yawn. The veteran looks at you and opens a comm-link. “Finally done?”“Yeah, tried to have some fun with the signature box. Handler didn’t like it.”“Mah [AFRICAN AMERICAN COMPANION].”Darius raises his fist for a bump. As you tap knuckles you can’t help but flash back to when you used to do that sort of thing with your grandfather. How old is this guy? As you settle back down onto your seat in the tram a comm icon starts flashing once more. You open it gingerly.If there’s one thing you’ve learned from basic, it’s to watch out for Elda Acerbi.
>>29664810Ha, I like that our guy is a joker and has a sense of humor.So glad we didn't pick the old grumpy old man "See some shit" class of Mercenary.
fallguy, you're lulzy.Also, I made Parkas on the spot(there was a game with some Freddy Pharkas or something, but mine sounds better, right?)
>>29664862You done good anon.
>>29664810>“Mah [AFRICAN AMERICAN COMPANION].”Chortled heartily
>>29664810>dat nameClever. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivan_KostovWe are now a russian Jew.
@29664878 thanks anon
>>29664919You know you can just put >> instead of @ right?
>>29664918Or were Dimitri from Spacetrawler
>>29664810Not lets shoot Nipponese while spouting limericks.
>>29664918I cannot stop laughing
>>29664944 thanks for the info!new[HOMOSEXUAL] here, you know
>>29664988>[HOMOSEXUAL]Please tell me that's an auto-correct feature on your phoneI want to believe!
>>29664988This is unintentional humor right?
I'm afraid it's intentional, you [OVERWEIGHTED MALE]
>>29665067Whatever would make you think that Anon?
let's allow FallGuy continue, please.Maestro,would you kindly?
You are met with a scowl framed by curling brown hair. “I’ll tell you what’s going on smegma for brains. All that noise you and the Colonel managed to make ‘sneaking’ in here has tipped off Corp Sec in a major way. There’s a whole shitload of hostiles waiting for your asses at the Genomics Tram Station.”Darius responds before you do. “What are we talking here? You got eyes on the hot spot?”“Shit yes, sir. Two teams of security guards. And we have a Bipedal Armored Response Tank. looks to be packing a machine gun and grenade launcher.”“Shit,” Darius swears over the comm link. “They brought out a fucking BART? This isn’t good. We need a plan now.”"Layout is just like the Tram station you guys came from, if this map is to be believed. I'm actually in one of the atriums, got a clear view on the entire situation.""Clear shot on everyone too?" you ask urgently."Yeah... Maybe. Can't see any opening on the BART to shoot though.""Listen Elda, the BART has a key structural weakness right on the face plate where the camera's are located. Armor's way thinner there, and for whatever reason, that's where the operator's head does. I need you to tell me if you can make the shot.""Yeah... yeah I think so.""Good. fire as son as we arrive, then get to a new vantage point. We'll hash out the details."Darius turns to face you.>What do you suggest?
>>29665162Giving us shit when it's their fuck-up that got us into this in the first place.Darius is the heavy, if he can lay down supporting fire, we have a...longshot at successfully tossing the tomahawk through the faceplate. Best case, it goes through and kills the pilot. Worst case, we miss completely and we're fucked.
>>29665162>>What do you suggest?Do we have any explosives? We could pack it with explosive, leave the train, let it go to the other station and then watch the firework.
>>29665162See if we can get on top of the tram before we get there so we're not caught getting out of the doorway.
ambush the bart, get right in the upper part,cleave/riddle with bullets the camera.Is it humanoid or box-like?Img pleez
>>29665215Whatever happens the tomahawk is going to make a huge hole in the armor. >>29665242this
>>29665162Interesting. So we have a sniper to help us and the enemy is prepared with a lot of security up there and a BOSS UNIT: Bipedal Armored Response Tank B.A.R.TWe're CQC so...is there anyway we can get up close to our enemies? We don't seem equipped to handle the tank ourselves.I mean, unless we can slice through the army Indian style
For fucks sake, WHY do people keep suggesting throwing the tomahawk!? Its basically our only stealth weapon. And I vote we trade up to a shotgun at the earliest possible opportunity. EMP shells and explosive rounds.
>>29665284Because tomahawks are throwing weapons, you fucking retard.Not to mention that the thing is clearly made to be thrown against heavily armored opponents.
Shotgun? Dude, AP pistol is what we want.Still asking if it's humanoid, info plz
>>29665162Can we climb onto the undercarriage of the Tram before it gets there? If so, we could drop off silently when it arrives at the station and potentially flank the enemies. I'd like to find some way to utilize that grenade launcher against them.
>>29665162>>29665263>>29665260>>29665242Wait assuming Elda makes her shot aren't we just dealing with twelve guys?First things first, let's Equip one of those rifles we pulled of of security.
>>29665321ah my bad. The BART is humanoid. If you follow 40k or the massive generals they produce imagine something like that new Centurion walker for the Space Marines.So basically a bigger bulkier guy. It's crude power armor.
>>29665308this^>>29665334Good idea>>29665336Lets do this first.
>>29665336We should have a backup for if the Sniper fails.The main thing I got is throwing the Tomahawk, and gtfoing under Darius' fire support. No sense in putting ourselves in suicidal odds.
ah crud.Cut the joints power cables, then smash the face via tomahawk.
>>29665429Oh yeah, first rule of mech combat: Break the knees.
Alright, so if I'm reading things correctly we want to hang off of the underside of the tram in order to flank, hopefully Elda will take out the BART in one shot, throw tomahawk if not, and then deal with the details with Darius.Also, Ivan has 2 OMPs, which are basically SMGs, that he looted from the guards. All guards are assumed to have this as their weapon unless I state otherwise.The action plan is as follows:>Hang onto underside of Tram>Attempt to flank when Tram comes to a full and complete stop>Throw/melee BART with tomahawk if necessary>Take out remainder with gunsThis is my preferred format for Plans of Attack. Suggestions are good too, but this may speed things up in the future.
>Hang onto underside of Tram>Attempt to flank when Tram comes to a full and complete stop>melee the knees off the BART>run away, let our [AFRICAN COMPANIONS] deal with the mass of lowlies
>>29665543What's the armor like on the back of the BART, specifically behind the knee and at the calf?Also, does Darius still have his Lazor?
>>29665543As an alternative how about:>Hide low in tram car> Pull into station >Once Elda fires and the guards turn away mow them down
>>29665608Armor at joints is weak to nonexistent. Lots of vulnerable power cables. It's probably your best bet if you need to melee the BART
>>29665543>Hang onto underside of TramAm I to assume that this is even possible?
>>29665640That's what I thought. Where is it facing? Towards the tracks or away? Also, what are its sensors like?Do you have a pic yet?
>>29665640Then I propose an alternative plan to the one you posted. Replace throw it with>Move in>Cut the tendons and knees>Move out again
>>29665543Im down with >>29665682
>>29665682What about the security guards? There's gonna be 12 other people shooting at us while we combat the mech.
>>29665682 this, but using the SMGs to mow whoever we can.
I need some rolls for the action sequence.like... a lot of rolls.
Rolled 8, 10, 10 = 28>>29665799
Rolled 7, 3, 2 = 12>>29665799Rolls incoming!
how do I roll?
Rolled 6, 9, 2 = 17>>29665799
Rolled 5, 2, 1 = 8>>29665799I'm assuming 3d10?
>>29665832put "dice+3d10" in the email field
Rolled 9, 8, 8 = 25>>29665799
Rolled 1, 2, 6 = 9>>29665799Let's go explosive failure!>>29665832Look at the sticky on the front page of the board.
Rolled 4, 8, 7 = 19>>29665799
Rolled 9, 6, 4 = 19Random number Gods, guide our feat.
Rolled 9, 7, 9 = 25>>29665799Heavens preserve.I've yet to roll below a 20 for this quest. I'm scared to stop rolling.
Rolled 9, 10, 2 = 21Rollin' for assault vehicle!
>>29665873>>29665843>>29665812All these are me. I'm scared to ever roll again.
Rolled 6, 7, 8 = 21Rolling for genetically altered monster waifu
>>29665896No, I rolled the first one and I am not you.
Rolled 9, 5, 7, 10, 1, 2 = 34rolling for Darius and Elda
>>29665922That's what you think, me, but I know the truth! I can't fool me you bastard!
>>29665922I have shamed my house. I do not know how this confusion has occurred.
>>29665949Get 4chanX, it keep tabs of your posts.
>>29665968>implying this matters
Rolled 10, 7, 1 = 18FallGuy is writing, right?
“I won’t last two seconds if Elda doesn’t take out the BART in one shot. I need somewhere out of the lines of fire.”Darius nods “Yeah, right now that’s my biggest concern. You don’t need to worry about me. My armor’s dealt with nastier shit before. But where will you go?”“Down.”“Down?”“I’m going to hang off of the undercarriage of the Tram until we make it to the station. Once we’ve stopped I’ll try to loop around and flank them.”“That’s so stupid I’m almost positive it’ll work.”You start to clamber out of a window, “Hey, just gotta hope the ride stays as smooth as its been, right?”“I suppose so, you fucking nutcase.”You climb down along the side of the tram, careful to avoid the mag-lev struts and you ensconce yourself in the undercarriage, hanging onto a maintenance hatch. You hold tight for dear life as the tram begins to slow down. Eventually the tram comes to a complete stop. You release your grip on the hatch, landing catlike on all fours. A few moments pass, then... a distant crack.“Shit! I missed the sweet spot!”“Elda! They know where you are now, GET CLEAR!” roars Darius into the comm-link.You hurry forward and press your back against the cool concrete of the platform. Not a moment later and a salvo of cracks sounds out from above you.“I… I think Elda managed to clip the BART anyway. He hasn’t fired his heavy machine gun yet. I’m gonna see if I can’t bring this sucka down right here, right now.”You pop up from cover to empty the chambers of your Model 223 revolver. Only half of the shots connect with security personnel, but those that do completely devastate them. You estimate three down after that little display. Then from above comes the thooping hum of Darius’ railgun firing. It may just be you, but for whatever reason you think you hear some sounds like raindrops off of a tin roof.
Rolled 8, 1, 7 = 16>>29666210mite b
what asploded, man?
Rolled 9, 5, 7 = 21>>29666256>sounds like raindrops off of a tin roof.Did Darius just KS our walking mech?
>>29666355If he did we have to fight him. That's the only way to get our kills back.
“Fuck! How the hell do you work the power modulator on this fucker?”Seems like Darius is having gun trouble again. May need to take matters into your own hands. You are loathe to do it, but you open up a comm-link to Elda. “Hey Elda? I need some covering fire.”“What do you think I’ve been doing, busone?”“Yeah well keep it up. I’m going to put that BART down.”“What? Wait stop, what are you talking about?”You don’t have time to answer the italian woman’s questions, however, as you burst out of cover, enhanced leg muscles propelling you forward in a long low arc. The surrounding guards can only gape in surprise at you as you run past them in a zigzag, attempting to mislead their fire. In the distance you can hear some rapid cracks as Elda empties her magazine into the guards. You are nearing the BART now, the armored unit standing two and a half meters tall. The towering mech fires its grenade launcher at you. More accurately it fires its grenade launcher after you, the slow rate of fire and low projectile speed means that it’s shots land meters behind you.You are now within melee range of the BART. It welcomes you into its personal space with a swing of its heavy robotic arm. You duck it, and the arm passes over your head by centimeters. You take advantage of your low stance to score a hit on the back of the BART’s right knee. You roll clear as the mech falls to one knee. The operator is trying to turn around now, however, the gimped knee and inherent slowness of the suit prevents him from rotating at any reasonable speed. You stay right behind him, hacking away with your tomahawk. After multiple activations of the Seismic Amplifier the BART collapses to the ground, the operator quite dead.
>>29666537>suit tries to meleeYeah that shield is a piece of shit for melee.
>>29666537We are so awesome.
>>29666537Heeeeell yeah. I say we earned some props, Elda
Now...you run. I don't think all the guards are dead yet.
alternatively, use the BART as cover, whip out SMGs, finish them off like a boss.How do you attach pics?
>>29666954You click browse at the bottom of the reply box, also to quick reply (not having to always use the box at the top and to automatically link posts) click the number at the end of someone else's post.
Rolled 6, 8, 5 = 19>>29666954Under the captcha at the top of the screen there's a box that says "browse" click on it.
>>29666954Click Choose File
>>29667038Damn, I do love that comic.
You take a moment to crow over your kill. A bad decision all things considered. The few surviving security guards open fire with their OMPs, and this time, they actually manage to hit you. The barrage of gunfire might not be enough to penetrate your armor, but it sure as shit is enough to knock you down. You attempt to burrow yourself into the protective nook at the BART’s armpit as more OMP fire hisses above you. You’re about to wonder if they’re ever going to stop shooting their dead comrade, you hear the distinctive hum of Darius’ railgun firing. “Left squad is completely eliminated rookies! Only the boys on the right to worry about!”You seize one of the OMPs you pilfered from security and fire from behind the torso of the downed BART. A few distant cracks follow your slavo. Then, silence. You pop your head up from behind the cover of the BART’s corpse and are confronted with a team of security officers who would be due for some sizable comp had they survived. Elda’s Windcutter does the same thing that your Model 223 does to people, except from 400 meters away. You look to see if your slavo of OMP fire hit anything. It did. A banner depicting a smiling child holding the hand of a Kagokushi suit if now filled with holes. You find the amount of shots around the suit’s crotch oddly satisfying. You turn to see Darius walking up to you, his comm-icon blinking in your visor. After a few seconds you click it. You feel a little fuzzy.“You are a goddamned crazy mother fucker, rookie!”
>>29667202"I prefer the term 'efficient'."
>>29667202Sometimes it's better to be lucky than good.
there's a very thin line between crazy and genius.I like to think I'm in the middle...
You attempt to wave at the oncoming vet. You don’t, instead you clutch your upper arm as pain shoots out from it and into your stomach. You pull your hand away. It’s dripping with red.“Ow.”Darius looks at you quizzically. You wave your left hand at him. “Aw shit.”“Elda! You got medical training?” Darius bellows over the squad comm link.“Sir! Yes sir!”“Get your ass down here. Looks like Rambo bit off more than he could chew.”Darius props you up against the side of the BART and looks you over. “Huh. Nothing a bit of medijell can’t fix. Just stay in place rookie.”You nod dumbly as a fourth comm-icon appears on your HUD.“Hahahahaha holyyy shit Darius. Did your rookie just get fragged?”“Shut it, Take Out. Just a scratch.”“Yuh huh.” The fourth comm icon vanishes from your HUD.After a few more minutes of waiting, Elda appears. You can’t really see much through her armor, but the way she pauses with her hands on her knees indicated that she double timed it over to you. She bustles over to you and begins to spray medijell into the wound. The injury is already closing and you stop feeling so fuzzy.“Mixed in a stim. Keep you on your toes, culo.”“Hey! No mixing meds rookie number two!” admonishes Darius as he helps you to your feet.“Alright, now we come at a cross roads. Doctor Tachibana is somewhere in this building, can’t be sure where. So what’s the plan, rookies?”>We stay together and search by sections>Defer to Elda>I can try to hack into the security system [Unlocks Subspecialty: Ware]>I coulda healed myself you know [Unlocks Subspecialty: Medic]>I could try to bring that BART back up and running. Try to scare them out. [Unlocks Subspecialty: Tech]
>>29667202Crazy is fun.
>>29667306>3 Try to hackOh yeah, I wanna go this route
>>29667306>>29667306>I could try to bring that BART back up and running. Try to scare them out. [Unlocks Subspecialty: Tech]Crazy and mechs go well together.
>>29667306>I could try to bring that BART back up and running. Try to scare them out. [Unlocks Subspecialty: Tech]
>>29667306>>I coulda healed myself you know [Unlocks Subspecialty: Medic]We ain't called Bone for nothin'.
>>29667306>I could try to bring that BART back up and running. Try to scare them out. [Unlocks Subspecialty: Tech]Fuck yeah
>>29667353We're sneaky gorilla fighter, this is best.
>>29667354you, i like you. :D
>we hack but thank elda, and call her a "dulce culo", she will understand
>>29667306>I can try to hack into the security system >>29667354>>29667355>>29667370>>29667373>>29667379Did you all miss the part where we just ripped the shit out of it's legs? There's no way in hell It's going to be useful. Hell it was junk in the first place.
>>29667486We are just trying to grab the tech option here dude.
Rolled 6, 5, 7 = 18Alright, Ivan is a Techie now. I'm going to roll to see if he manages to reactivate the BART, and if so, to what extent.
one more vote for the hacker dude, please(I already voted)
>>29667504Huh.Not bad.Not goodBut not bad
>>29667486If it's an option it's worth a shot.
>>29667504Fuck. Hope we do good.
>>29667529>>29667486Pissing away good feats on shiny useless shit. Just like /tg/.
>>29667567>Being a tech is uselessKI dunno why you're so pissed, man, I want to take the Hacker feat right after this asap
>>29667504Fall guy do you QM a group outside of /tg/? I would love to play this system w/you.
>>29667604>Thinks I'm pissed>I want to take the Hacker feat right after this asap...There are no words
>>29667653Oh, so you're not even the guys who wanted hacker, and are just bitchingDouble K
>>29667692I am that guy. You just lack reading comprehension.
gentlemen, let's stop this and keep the thread up.I did vote for the hacking, JSYK
>>29667875So did I.
>>29667504Ivan: A techie that comes up with crazy plans and tries to get up close and personal with things.I have the feeling we are going to make a very interesting suit.
Rolled 6>>29668037omfg yes
>>29668086Maybe, with the right equipment, we can make a suit like the ones from Gi-joe, fast maneuverable and durable.
>>29668142And unconstrained by the ways of physics? Nah, I'm good.
>Tachibana's face as a BART torso attached to a tram car barrels through his office window
You wander over the the downed BART and start fiddling around with the hyrdaulics in its right knee, the knee you severed. After a few minutes with your mini-welder you get to your feet and pop off the motion control panel. Some tech stuff later and you’ve gained complete control the the BART’s movement systems. You stand back from the mech suit and exult “And God said, let there be huge walker suits with dead guys inside of them!”The mech fails to stand, the right leg completely giving out despite your tender ministrations. “Oh damnit.”“Very impressive.”“So is your dulce culo, Elda.”You only barely manage to duck in time to avoid the OMP Elda flings face-ward.“Alright alright you two. It would’ve been damned cool if your plan had worked rookie, but it hasn’t,” Says Darius, placing himself in between the two of you. “Take Out! We’re going to rendezvous at the main atrium. Meet us there and we can sweep the building.”The three of you spend the next five minutes standing awkwardly in the middle of the atrium. Then, without warning, a stout man in blast resistant armor drops down from the second floor observation deck.“Hey guys, big news,” shouts Sergeant Choi “Take Out” Lei, waving at the three of you. “Tachibanana isn’t in his office any more.”“I figured,” grumbles Darius. “I hope you know?”“Hell yeah my niggling friend. All the scientists in the Genomics division are in some panic room in the basement. Crazy guarded, you feel me?”“Where is it?”“Here, follow me. It’s in the basement.”The top heavy Take Out leads you all to an elevator shaft. “Down here,” he says gesturing to the cable. With surprising swiftness the man removes a belay from his belt and begins to descend down the shaft. Darius follows suit, followed by Elda.>Roll to see if you fuck up going down a shaft! Will be looking at best of first five 3d10 rolls.
Rolled 7, 3, 10 = 20>>29668329
Rolled 1, 5, 2 = 8>>29668329
Rolled 7, 7, 7 = 21>>29668329>>Roll to see if you fuck up going down a shaft! Will be looking at best of first five 3d10 rolls.
Rolled 10, 1, 3 = 14>>29668329
Rolled 10, 3, 5 = 18>>29668329ohfuckohfcuk
Rolled 9, 2, 1 = 12>>29668329>“So is your dulce culo, Elda.”
Rolled 6, 4, 8 = 18rolling for some dulce culo, maybe getting extra coño?
>>29668329>“So is your dulce culo, Elda.”Can we not sexually harass the only woman in this campaign?
>>29668329I hope auto-loot is engaged, because I'd hate for us to leave some credits on a corpse that no longer needs them. Or some free grenades trapped in the BART's launcher.
21 is best roll, you guys managed to not fuck up! You are the master on going down on shafts!writing.
>>29668449She's been passive aggressive throughout the campaign. I think we're entitled to make a witty comeback.
Rolled 9, 7, 2 = 18I just wanted to flatter her, not harass her(I'm the dulce culo guy)...but since she's all naggy with us, I'm taking this route
>>29668502Then think of a comeback that's actually witty. I'm just saying.
>>29668461Well we learned it from you OP.
Is there some kind of preview to all this? I'm back to /tg/ after a few months' break recently, and I have little idea as to how everyone's picking up on this info
>>29668574She's been calling us Culo. Also, are you a grill?
>>29668629Have you seen thread one?Here's the archive link:http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=Deniable%20Assets%20Quest
>>29668629First one's archived:http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/29654557/
>>29668650Then call her a Cabrona>are you a grill?Yep a George Foreman
Rolled 5, 10, 3 = 18going full spanish here, calling her guarrilla would be the hardset harassment;but since it actually appears on our television quite often, insults and harassment aren't all that big
>>29668684>>29668690Oh, how terribly unperceptive of me. I had assumed this was the first part.
>>29668684You should number the threads in the title at the start by the way.Just saying.
>>29667306Why is culo not translated? Did he use verbal HTML tags?
Rolled 8, 3, 7 = 18Maestro, would you kindly get us our dulce y caliente action fix?
Despite lacking any real prior experience with belaying you manage to descend the elevator shaft without incident. Touching down on the ground, you release yourself from the cable and look at the rest of your squad. Choi Lei gestures you forward and you take position at the opposite wall. The two of you scan the hallway before moving forward, Darius and Elda providing overwatch support. This continues for a quarter of an hour as the squad inches towards the panic room. Just as you’re about to turn a corner, Choi Lei places a hand on your shoulder, shaking his head.“Two BARTs ahead. Nasty motherfuckers too. I know one of them has a flame thrower.”“How’d you figure that, Take Out?” Comms in Darius.Choi Lei turns slightly to reveal scorch marks on the bum plate of his suit. “Old fashioned way.”“Dumbass.”“So wait,” Elda asks, “I thought you were the explosives expert. This seems right up your alley sir.”Lei runs his hand along the inside of his bomb collar. “Yes and no. Yes I could take both of the BARTs out in one blast, but there’s a real risk of structural damage. Falling buildings and shit like that. Don’t think I’d want to transport our distinguished doctor through all of that.”“So… What do we do?” Asks Elda.You break away from the squad and peek down the corridor. It’s long and narrow. In the distance it widens, where two BARTs are standing guard about 40 meters away, looking up the corridor.“Hey, they’re facing in our direction guys,” you inform the squad. “That means that their cameras are wide open to us.”“Go on rookie,” prompts Darius. “You have anything you wanna share?”
Rolled 1, 1, 8 = 10>flashbang, then we're the lumberjack and they're the forest
>>29669104Yeah, no. The cameras are the thinnest part of the armor, and our snipers have a clear shot. One shot, one kill.
>>29669060Darius takes one, Elda takes the other. The objective is to simultaneously snipe both of the BARTs in their respective weak points. If they both duck out of cover and shoot at the same time, they should be able to down both without exposing themselves to return fire.
>>29669060>Well, what is your plan of action?Sorry about that guys, I forgot the action prompt
Rolled 3, 7, 3 = 13>>29669060Snipe them
Rolled 3, 4, 7 = 14>>29669136 our ONLY sniper, and flashbang doesn't blind you if you look the other way.Let the guys cover our arse, waste the adrenaline if needed
>>2966906040 meters, well that's annoying. Hard to cover that distance without getting shot up or burnt to a crisp, nowhere to really dodge inside that corridor. They hardly even need to aim, just point their weapons down it and open fire and they'll probably hit anyone trying to make their way towards them.There any side paths? Alternate routes? Anything like that?Our best chance that I can think of currently is for snipers to take shots at their cameras and hoping for a good shot and taking them down.
>>29669184Railguns are basically snipers.
>>29669060Elda shoots one Darius shoots one.And since we're a tech guy can we calibrate Darius's rifle before he shoots it so he stops fucking up?
Rolled 1, 4, 1 = 6railguns are more like cannons, just with very small payload.Is Darius's rail precise enough to snipe?
>>29669184Yeah, too bad that they use cameras, and not human eyes that are susceptible to flashbangs.
>>29669265To be honest whatever Darius is using doesn't act like an actual rail-gun so that' s up to Fall Guy.
Rolled 5, 4, 5 = 14>>29669244fix the rifle, didn't think about that>>29669294cameras can also get overloaded, we must have Hi-tech flashbangs if we fight Hi-tech guys,right?
Rolled 2, 5, 3 = 10>>29669244that sound sensible
>>29669244I like it
>>29669060See if we can calibrate Darius' rifle for him if our tech thing applies to that, if that doesn't go terribly see if him and Elda can take both of them out at once with Choi and us on clean-up if it comes to that.
>>29669265At forty meters accuracy isn't a huge problem for him. He mostly just has trouble calibrating the power draw.>>29669298The railgun he's using is something like the Reason railgun that appears in Snow Crash, namely a railgun that operates like a gatling gun.That's high tier shit by the way. Darius is meant to give you an idea about what's possible
>>29669361Well, can he fire it with any sort of accuracy, so he could make that shot?
>>29669379I'd roll for both him and Elda, but odds are good.
Rolled 7, 3, 5 = 15>>29669361knowledge...
If we had been a hacker, those BART's would have turned their guns on each other and the panic room would be open by now.
>>29669491boohoo, cry harder.
>>29669491Yeah, instead we're stuck with a skill that's useful almost all the time.
>>29669511>>29669513>Falling for thisReally guys?
>being a hacker in a futuristic world>not usefulhow?
Rolled 10, 4, 7, 5, 9, 10 = 45Alright, we're going to fix up Darius' gun and let the sniper and the vet do their thing.Will take best out of first three rolls of a 3d10 for the tech check.Rolling for Elda and Darius' shooting
>>29669535Maybe they're just jaded after playing Shadowrun Returns or something. Hackers were dick in that game.
>>29669535>>29669578They're obsessed with "coolz mecha" and hot-wiring and shit.They never stop to think about the fact that all this shit runs software.
Rolled 6, 3, 4 = 13>>29669576
Rolled 10, 3, 3 = 16>>29669576>>29669578Unrelated, but god damn, that game really was a disappointment when it came to playing a rigger or a hacker. Shit was SO useless.
Rolled 3, 4, 5 = 12>>29669576
Rolled 9, 2, 6 = 17>>29669576
>>29669589Don't get too worried anon. There is such a thing as night classes in the future
Rolled 3, 2, 6 = 11>>29669576
>obsessed with mechaPoor little anime children.
Rolled 9, 7, 6 = 22>>29669576Do we get a bonus on tech checks or is our bonus you letting us try this at all?
>>29669614Like I said, I want to learn to hack after this
>>29669589How is hacking a computer going to help us with the GIANT, HUMAN PILOTED MECH?Even if we had full, 100% access to this facility, that wouldn't effect the closed systems that the mech suits are, in any way.
>>29669589I'm a computer technician IRL and man, do they ever remember the software?
>>29669624You can always try something, even if you don't have the skill required for it.Tech and Hacking both default to a DC 27+ skill check if you aren't trained though.A nat 30 will always succeed. I've decided this is so because it's crazy unlikely.
>>29669634three words for youhack.the.comms
>>29669634If you used the commlink you got last thread you would be able to remotely access and hack the BARTs
>>29669678The inability to speak does not remove their ability to shoot your dumb ass, because they already know they're under attack.
Rolled 3, 8, 9 = 20>>29669634>100% access to this facilityYou know this is a (possibly military grade) tech integrated genetics research lab. Do you know the shit we could do whit full access to their systems?>>29669697Case in point
>29669634Assumption: BART's are closed systems. Bad one. Even our personal power suits have commo. Subsequent assumption: That BART security is unbreakable. Bad one. Its called 'hacking', not 'asking nicely and taking no for an answer.' Assumption: That without software the human pilot will be awesomely effective and move a 1 ton suit. Bad one. Delete the software and the pilot is in an unmoving tin can. We haven't had uncomputerized large weapons since the 1970's. Read a book, kids.
>>29669634ok i voted tech and i know this is retarted
Tech skills are probably going to be a lot more useful once we have some time to mess with looted parts, post-mission. Just think of the neat things you can do with bits of a maglev system and lucky rolls.
let peace again boys, let FallGuy keep this fiesta up
>>29669786Same here anon
>>29669777Wait, wait wait, why the fuck would they program the suits so that anyone who could access their communications system, could fuck up the entire suit? The guy who designed that system should be fucking -shot- for making a worthless machine.
>>29669851dude, relax and study some software.You get to root, you get godmode.We have the root password, therefore we are cybergod.
Rolled 5, 9, 9 = 23>>29669851>so that anyone who could access their communications system, could fuck up the entire suit?ecause no one with access the system would ever have a reason to do something that pantsu on head retarded. A malicious hacker on the other hand...It's basically the same with all compromised systems.
>>29669882But..no. That doesn't make sense. "Hey Jim, check it out! I made it so you can access the firing software through the comms system!"
“Yeah. I was thinking that you and Elda could take them out from a distance.”“Holy mother of god. The cacsado actually has a plan that doesn’t feature himself. Amazing.”Ignoring Elda you continue, “And I was thinking that I could try my hand at calibrating your weapon si- Darius. You know, so it doesn’t gib all the scientists or bounce off of the BART’s armor?”“Sounds good sounds good.”Darius hands over the strange gun to you. You grunt underneath its weight. “Holy fuck sir. This thing is massive.”“Here, lemme get that for you,” Darius says as he lifts the railgun out of your hands.“Thanks,” you mumble as you begin to fiddle around with the console on the side of the Railgun. After a few minutes you step back from it, pleased. “Alright si- Darius. I think this bad boy is ready to go.”“Thanks rookie,” Darius mutters as he and Elda slide into position. “On my mark. One. Two. Three. Fire.”There are twin cracks as the two weapons discharge. You manage to poke your head out just in time to see the two BARTs collapse onto the floor.“Nice shootin’ Tex!”You jump slightly and turn to see Choi Lei standing behind you, completely exposed to any incoming fire from the hallway. You watch as the stout man strides up to the door and hammers on it with a free hand. “Oi! Emproyees of Grorious Nipponu~! Open the FUCK up before I start shooting!”There is a several seconds pause before the door slides open, revealing a huddle of terrified scientists and technicians. Choi Lei wades through the crowd, returning a few minutes later with a terrified bespectacled woman. “Found her. What do we do with the rest?”>Well what do you do with the rest?>Kill em>Leave em>Take em
>>29669917But if you;re designing a -military- platform, you should expect that someone would try to hack it!It's a combat mech, not a fucking McDonalds serverbot!
>>29669933Take 'em.Didn't we get a side objective to get as many extra personnel as we could?
>>29669933Isn't one of our secondary objectives to grab the scientists? Grab em.
>>29669933>>Loot them then take emAs if this was even up for discussion. >>29669957All systems would be near perfect if we ever got the funding to do all the shit we should.
>>29669933>Shoot them all in the leg
Leave 'em. We kill em and it is CERTAIN that next time they will run, resist, or support reprisals.Plus, our employer has a rep to maintain. As do we - "stand in our way, fuckers. I DARE you."
>>29669933>loot them and the mechs then take them.I thought we were supposed to take as many scientists as possible?
>>29669957boss password for stopping angry employees.that's what I saw, you see it now?
Rolled 5, 5, 1 = 11>>29669933>>Take emAnd loot the place.
>>29669999But that's...Ensuring that any old asshole with a communicator can't waltz in and turn your mechs off would be Priority One when designing the fucking thing--Priority Two would be "Make sure the guns shoot"
>>29669999obviously this.Loot everything, also use the comms to loot the hard drives.Loot every little thing you can carry without screwing our melee
>>29669933HOLD ON EVERYBODYLOOT THE PANIC ROOM!
>>29670042Hey, two outta three ain't bad!Assuming the third one is "Make sure the mech pilots are alive"
>>29669933>Leave emTaking them wasn't in the orders.
Rolled 8, 5, 6 = 19>>29670052There could be food inside and we are probably hungry.
>>29670069Wait, as in make sure the pilots they're putting in are alive?
>>29670073>Corporate prefers that as much Kagokushi human capital be reappropriated as possibleDunno what you're talking about.
>>29670073Yes it was, Did you listen to the orders?>>29670101I think we've established that that isn't necessary and there for unimportant.
>>29670042Fall Guy has said this mission is more like a tutorial than anything else. Perhaps things will be more difficult in the future.Or maybe trying to hack via communicator would entail a high DC skill check?It's all academic anyway. We aren't trained in Hacking (yet)
Alright, seems like looting them and then taking everyone in the bunker hostage is the majority decision.Writing.
WE BE LOOTAZ BOYZ
>>29670176"You all work for NeoLogos now. Any objections?"
>>29670176Can we please say this>>29670267
“Take their wallets then turn them over to NeoLogos.”Darius claps you on the back, laughing. “Looks like you’ve been listening rookie! Alright everybody, we split the takings from these guys four ways. Evenly.”The four of you spend the next thirty minutes patting down confused scientists for their wallets. Eventually Darius transfers an equal split of the takings to each of you.+1567 creditsThe squad shepherds the scientists out into the evac zone, which happens to be the roof of the Genomics Tram Station, where your ride will be coming in about an hour. You stand in front of the huddled mass of PhDs and MDs and announce “You all work for NeoLogos now. Any questions?”A pair of index fingers stick up into the air. You point at the two scientists, one man and one woman. The man speaks up. “Please, sir. Let my wife go. We cannot leave our children all alone.”Before you can respond Choi Lei stomps forwards. “Oh yeah? What’s in it for us, assuhoru~?”The man stammers for a second before finding his voice. “I am working on new gene mod. I can give you research data if you let me go and retrieve it.”“Okay, I’ll go with you to make sure no funny shit happens,” Choi Lei replies, before Darius lays a hand on the man’s shoulder.“I want the squad together in case Kagokushi security tries any last minute funny business. No one with a StrikeOut logo on their back is going anywhere.”>What should you do?>Trust the man to come back with the gene mod for the sake of his wife>Let the man and/or the woman go. Who gives two shits about some scientists>Let no one go. This could all just be a clever ploy.
I say get the genemod, then let both go.We're mercs with honour, not assholes with fat paychecks
>>29670474>Trust the man to come back with the gene mod for the sake of his wifeNo one said we had to take him anyway. Tell him to swear on the lives of his wife and children and if he does give him like eight minutes.Wait, first make sure she really is his wife.
Rolled 4, 5, 6 = 15>>29670474>>Trust the man to come back with the gene mod for the sake of his wifeMake it abundantly clear to him that very bad thing could happen to her if he doesn't come back.
>>29670474Ya know... We really don't stand to lose a whole lot so>>29670536>>29670547
>>29670474Well, we sorta smashed the Security team's defenses so it's not like we're trying to make a stealthy get away.But I agree with Darius, don't split up.Let them go for free. Seem like nice folks right?Or do we not have the ability to sense a motive
>>29670474We have their wallets, and I think they'd still have nametags as well. Make sure that she actually is his wife. If it is his wife then we can let him go and get the gene mod data.If not, then he's been lying to us and we really can't trust him.
>>29670575I'll second this.
>>29670575This is a good way to tell. Check the name tags
Rolled 3, 8, 5 = 16>>29670474Why not just go get the kid?
hold the wife as insurance then let her go, but keep the husband. We may be honorable mercs but "honorable" means "fulfilling your contract first."
check nametags, I want the stuff for letting both go.
>>29670557Don't be mean, unless >>29670586>>29670583>>29670575>>29670569>>29670563>>29670557>>29670547>>29670536Hell if he does come back with we can let them both go. They can spread good PR for us as honorable mercenaries.
There are just a million ways his bribe could be a trap... but damn it, I'm fucking greedy!
Seems like we're trusting this guy to come back to his wife. After we've verified the relationship of course.Writing.
>>29670669>Splitting up on our first missionEh, I didn't like the guy that's talking to the scientist much anyway. He screams red shirt
>>29670715If he dies we're take his body back. I want that fucking blast armor so bad.
We could not let any scientists go and keep them all + the research he brings us...
>>29670885But then we would be a lying bastard and everyone would know it. You do realize that these white coats are going to be the people who cook up our shit in the not so distant future. No need to antagonize them.
You stomp up the the two scientists and take an ID badge in each of your hands. You can’t read Japanese, but the characters in the first name, which is the family name as you recall, look the same. You release the pair of them and point at the man. “Go.”The scientist hurries away, bowing deeply as he retreats. Thirty minutes pass. Then you hear loud huffing as the scientist ascends the stairs to the top of the Tram Station. The man stumbles up towards you, and places a data chit into your hand. “This is our newest gene mod. It is only just out of alpha test phase.”“Hey cool,” you respond as you slide the data chip into the appropriate port on your suit’s personal computer. “You and the wife can go I suppose.”The man and woman look up at you, gaping in surprise. “Go on, git I said!” you shout.The man and woman retreat from you, bowing deeply as they descend the stairs. You turn to see Elda standing behind you. “That was surprisingly kind of you.”“Yeah well,” you answer more surprised at her tone than anything else, “just felt like it, you know?”The rest of the hour passes on in silence. A silence broken by roar of thrusters as a large transport HOEV lands on the Tram Station roof. As you push the scientists into the HOEV you take a moment to look back on the Kagokushi Genomics Building. You sigh as the door closes and the HOEV lifts away from the site of your very first mission.
>>29670960Well that was rather fun. Like your writing style Fall Guy.
>>29670960Alright Fall Guys. That's the end of the first mission! Good stuff good stuff.My QM twitter is in the OP, follow it for DAQ updates. I anticipate that I'll run again on thursday.Great to run for all of you!
Yeah, debrief time!
Rolled 2, 10, 10 = 22>>29671012Thank you fall guy.I expect limericks next time.
>>29671012Your the best Fall Guy, haven't had a quest that fun in a good while. Are you by any chance going to put up a stat sheet for MC?
>>29671063I'll try to have one done up by the time the next thread is up
>>29671012Following your twitter now. Enjoy your writing style. Enjoy your combat style. Enjoy all of it.One complaint: Please do put the Thread number in the Subject OP. That way we can tell them apart without needing the archive.Thanks.And happy to see you actually did it, Fall Guy. I think I was the guy to encourage you when you first pitched this idea.
>>29671012Loved everything about the threads.Can't wait for the debriefing; will stalk your twitter for more.