Peter Parker Quest, Issue #41>Time continues to skip>Rules: http://pastebin.com/w5G3aG3Y>Character sheet: http://pastebin.com/q1AqTT5h>My twitter: https://twitter.com/QuestOpCosgrove>Archives: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=Peter%20Parker%20Quest>Story Arc database: http://pastebin.com/fR0Z1SNKYou spent Black Friday and the following week working on projects and shopping. So- what project did you decide to start up?>list of projects belowWEBBING UPGRADES>Specialized Webbing-Pepper spray webbing- 1 weekImpact Webbing- 1 week (requires Webshooters to be upgraded to be capable of using it)Taser Webbing- 2 weeksExtinguisher Webbing- 2 weeksAcidic Webbing- 1 monthStrong Webbing- 1 weekCoagulating Webbing- 1 week>WEBSHOOTER UPGRADESImpact Webbing- 1 WEEK (Increases Webshooter size)Larger Web Fluid Cartridges- 1 WEEK (required for Impact Webbing)Spider-tracer launcher- 2 WeeksRevolving Cartridges- 1 week-Specialized revolving between different types of webbing cartridges- 2 weeksMiniaturize Webshooter (cannot be taken with Impact Webbing)>OTHER-Web Grenade- 2 WeeksIncrease Spider-tracer range- 1 week per mileGrappling Bracers for Felicia- 2 WeeksUpgrade Anti-Sonic suit for hearing- ????Work on HARDDRIVE- ????Headset integrated into mask- 1 WeekAlso, who did you spend time with?>Pick Three>Hang with Gwen>Hang with MJ>Hang with Flash>Hang with Johnny>Spend time with Stella
>>29688851Grappling Bracers.HardriveStrong Webbing.>Hang with MJ>Hang with Johnny>Spend time with Stella
>>29688851>Strong Webbing- 1 week>Impact Webbing- 1 WEEK (Increases Webshooter size)>Larger Web Fluid Cartridges- 1 WEEK (required for Impact Webbing)>Headset integrated into mask- 1 Week
>>29688851>Stella>MJ>FlashHave we seen or heard from Felicia after she left Thanksgiving early?
>>29688851start on grappling bracershang with MJ, Flash, and Stella
>>29688851Grappling Bracers.HardriveStrong Webbing.>Hang with MJ>Hang with Flash>Spend time with Stella
>>29688851Strong WebbingHeadsetGrappling Bracers>Hang with Gwen>Hang with MJ>Spend time with Stella
>>29688851Sorry, let me clarify- Pick one from the upgrades/projects.
>>29688851>Headset integrated into mask- 1 Week>Grappling Bracers for Felicia- 2 Weeks>Hang with Johnny>Spend time with Stella>Hang with Flash
>>29688851>hang with flash>Upgrades: Spider tracer launcher>Work on hard drive
Ahem,Spectacular. Spectacular. Spider-Threadhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7SpWAnBjdNg>>29688851>>29688886>>29688886>>29688886Seconding
>>29688851>No FeliciaWhyyy>Grappling Bracers for Felicia- 2 Weeks>Hang with Flash>Spend time with Stella>Hang with MJ
>>29688949Oh, one?The Headset or Webbing.
>>29688949>Grappling Bracers for Felicia- 2 Weeks>Hang with MJ>Hang with Flash>Hang with Stella
>>29688949Oh, my badBracers.
Rolled 10>>29688851Grappling Bracers for Felicia- 2 WeeksStrong Webbing- 1 weekLarger Web Fluid Cartridges- 1 WEEK (required for Impact Webbing)>Hang with MJ>Hang with Johnny>Spend time with Stella
>>29688851gwen, mj, stella
>>29688989I think hard drive is more important than bracers.
>>29688949Then the bracers.
>>29688851bracersis hanging with Felicia an autochoice now?if so: MJ, Stella, and either Flash or Johnnyif not: MJ, Stella, and we find the Felicia
>>29688949>>29688935I guess only the Bracers then.
Rolled 6>>29688949>>29688996Change to Grappling Bracers only then.Also, why is there no option to hang with Felicia?
>>29689010I was of the mind Peter may need to step back after how heavy the last one was.Fair enough though
Ya'll are thirsty as fuck.The hard drive is way more important than Felicia's travel.
>>29688851>Headset integrated into mask- 1 Week
>>29688949Headset integrated into mask
>>29688949Grappling Bracers.>Hang with MJ>Hang with Flash>Spend time with Stellapls MJ and Stella doing cute things
>>29689033Well, like last time, I've commented that you've already made an allotment to go and spend time with Felicia, but if you'd like to change that up, alright.>New time spending vote here-Pick 3>Pick Three>Hang with Gwen>Hang with MJ>Hang with Flash>Hang with Johnny>Spend time with Stella>Spend time with Felicia>Go out and about as Spider-man
>>29689051Yeah, too late. Besides we should git gud with programming so it isn't such a bitch to work with
>>29689072>Spend time with Stella>Spend time with Felicia>Go out and about as Spider-man
>>29689072>Spend time with Stella>Spend time with Felicia>Hang with MJright mess this turned out to be
>>29689072Nah man, if it's autochoice keep it that way, spending time with her is important after all. If we were gonna do it that's all.
>>29689072>Flash>Spider-Man>Johnny (Get those FF contacts so Reed dooesn't go full Doom)
I figured you had made an allotment...>>29689072>>Spend time with Stella>>Spend time with Felicia>Hang with Johnny
>>29688851Priority 1 - Grapling BracersPriority 2 - Larger web cartridgesPriority 3 - Strong webbing>Stella>Gwen>Flash - Tutoring!
>>29689072...Go out and about as Spider-ManSpend time with FeliciaHang out with Johnny
>>29689072gwen, mj, stella
>>29689080The downside of having girls in quests is /tg/ gets one track minded.
>>29689072Fuck. Can you keep it the way it was? people were just wondering what happened, if not.>Hang with MJ>Spend time with Stella>Go out and about as Spider-man
>>29689072>Spend time with Felicia>Go out and about as Spider-man>Hang with Flash
>>29689072>Felicia>Stella>MJunless we need to go crimefight, then take time away from hanging with MJ to be Spiderman with the Black Cat
>>29689072>Hang with Johnny>Spend time with Stella>Spend time with Felicia
>>29688851>Grappling Bracers for Felicia- 2 Weeks>Strong Webbing- 1 week>Increase Spider-tracer range- 1 week per mile (1)>Hang with Gwen>Hang with Flash>Hang with MJ
Rolled 6>>29689123>>29689072Yeah, it was just curiosity Cos.
>>29689072>Hang with Gwen>Hang with MJ>Hang with Flash
>>29689072>Hang with MJ>Spend time with Stella>Hang with FlashKeep it the way it was m8, people were just worried she ded or something
>>29689072Nah that's fine, people just worry sometimes.
>>29689072Is Gwen doing her own R&D as well? Because I seem to recall her doing so.
>>29689072Can we at least have Gwen as our Q?
>>29689072No, we don't. Please have her automatically and not have us waste 1 choice on her out of necessity
>>29689244I think we might be the Q in this universe.
With the "Hanging with Johnny" option, can we also ask Sue what she knows about Dr. Miles Warren?Also I'd kind of like to ask Felicia if she could look into some guy, probably with a doctorate, named Erskine if she has the time. Since our dad mentioned him in the same tier as Richards and Stark, and yet I'm pretty sure we've never heard of him.
>>29689072...shouldn't you be unlocking a fourth option if you're freeing up the time previously assumed to be spent with Felicia?
>>29689288We're never going to build good tech by ourselves otherwise.Too many girls for /tg/ to do things with.At least she could build the stuff from our blueprints.
>>29689208Like just include a brief mention of us doing things with her, if we've been making an effort to be a good boyfriend the whole time.
>>29689323James Bonds tech head.
>>29689323Guy from James Bond who makes all the gadgets. The Marvel equivalent would be the Tinkerer.
>>29689072>Spend time with Felicia>Go out and about as Spider-man>Hang with MJGotta reduce PL
>>29689342>>29689347ah thank you
>>29688851>Grappling Bracers for Felicia- 2 Weeks
>>29689290Unless we do know who Erskine was, but not exactly what he did.I'm not sure just how much they swept under the rug.
>>29689072>Hang with Flash>Hang with Johnny>Go out and about as Spider-man
>>29689072>Hang with Johnny>Hang with Gwen>Spend time with Felicia
Samefags pls goCos, just please give us Felicia as a freebie
>>29689414I don't know, we still don't have a motive to just spend time webslinging aimlessly, looking for trouble.I mean that is just really ineffective.
>>29689072>Spend time with Stella>Spend time with Felicia>Hang with Johnny
>>29689072>>Spend time with Stella>>Spend time with Felicia>>Hang with Flash
>>29689485This. I don't know why you decided to rescind your already good setup by suddenly making things more difficult without provocation.Why have you done this? I don't understand.
>>29689535Can we dump Felicia then? I don't want to have to make Peter hang with his girlfriend, that should be default.
>>29689528>Anon used Chatter on Cosgrove.>Cosgrove is confused!>Cosgrove used Communicate!>Cosgrove hurt himself in his confusionYou guys aren't making this easy for him.
>>29689584I'm sure she won.Honestly though, what's the point in throwing it out? It won last thread, all it would accomplish is pissing off people who had their votes last thread thrown out because they couldn't make it back
>>29689617Oi gov, people were /asking/ why she wasn't on the list. Cos said it was default and then proceeded to make it not default but keep us at only 3 choices.
When we decide to hang out with Gwen, I think it would be a good time to introduce her to Sue Storm.
>>29689680Hence:>Cosgrove hurt himself in his confusion
>>29689741Did he faint?
>>29689680>>29689741>>29689765Easy, just go by the previous vote and make Felicia default extra like he was going to.I don't know why he added her and kept the cap.
>>29689833Dunno, but he didn't and it's not a huge deal.
>>29689851Lost social links.
>>29689851I think the only reason people really voiced for her uis because they wanted to hopefully find out if she was okay from Thanksgiving.
>>29689851>it's not a huge dealPossible events not happening or not noticing stuff. Could be pretty important, it has been before.
>>29689890This. Even without shadowrunning it's easy to see that less time spent with people will make them like us less than if we had spent more time with them. It's simple logic.>>29689913This is a good point.
>>29689932Besides. We can just ask Cosgrove to change it back after the update, if he hasn't already read the discussion and realizes we were confused.
Before we get to deep in, a simple reminder
>>29690032What does going out and about as Spider-Man imply, anyway? Do we automatically catch petty crooks or something? Will it require a roll? Is it just for exposure? If so that sounds a little weak.
You begin work on your gift for Felicia- other than a brand name one as well, you’re making her some grappling bracers. Web-swinging’s pretty dangerous and only your Spider-sense makes it relatively safe for you. The blueprints are already done, but it’ll take a few trial and error runs before you’re out of prototyping and build the final, perfected, product- another week.You also decided to spend time with some friends and family. You spend time with Stella during this week, showing her around Andes courting her while she goes shopping in the crowded streets. She’s thinking about picking up a hobby, but she hasn’t decided on anything yet. You manage to also spend some time hanging out with Mary Jane Watson. She’s awkward and weird, but you figure you’ll get into this videogame and cartoon culture thing she and Harry were into. And it’s pretty cool. You guess- OG GOD GIANT ROBOTS. And models. You’re in. Stella often comes and joins in, but you notice that Mary Jane seems to relax more around your all but adopted sister.You’ve also been putting extra time in to help Flash. You’ve noticed he’s in a bit of a worse mood after the holidays, but he apologizes. He doesn’t seem like he likes to talk about his family life much, either. It’s a bit worrying, but Flash does concede something to you. “Look, Peter, I’m thinking of what to do when I get outta school. I could try for Football scholarships, but I was also thinking of the military, too. Not sure what to do, yet.”You manage a good date with Felicia- seems like she’s back to her usual self, but she seems a bit lost in thought. When you ask her about it, all she does is give you a mischievous smile. The papers are noting Spider-man’s absence, Uncle Ben comments one morning.>Project underway>pick 1>Spend time hanging out with 4 people (Felicia seems busy this week, though)>Spend some time as Spider-man, look into Sandman situation>Work on another project instead
>>29690104Being a Friendly Neighbhorhood Spider-Man, anon. Like how we off paneled the Tunnel Rats in the future.
>http://en.shindanmaker.com/345090>The future that can't be contained. A creator of tomorrow. Cure Peter Parker!
>>29690134>>Spend some time as Spider-man, look into Sandman situation
>>29690134>Spend some time as Spider-man, look into Sandman situation
>>29690134As long as Sandman isn't hurting anyone, I think we're safe for now... but I got an ominous feeling.>Spend time hanging out with 4 people
>>29690134>>Spend some time as Spider-man, look into Sandman situationIf nothing else, lets make the papers!
>>29690134>Spend extra time Hanging with and spider-manning with Gwen.
>>29690134>>Spend some time as Spider-man, look into Sandman situationWe need to be out and about so people don't think we're dead or something.
>>29690142Fuck, that thing is scary accurate for /tg/ content
>>29690179Pretty sure Cosgrove would like you to mention the four.>>29690188And yeah, we can spider it up with her
>>29690134>Spend time as Spidey, keep an eye out for Sandman
Sandman choosers, mind telling me why we're adjusting Parker's motivation in terms of becoming more of a vigilantee?
>>29690134>Work on another project instead...I'm really not sure why people are commenting on Spider-Man's absence.Aside from our debut as well as that one incident when we called the Latverian embassy for some reason, I'm pretty sure the ONLY times we've appeared is to beat up Hobgoblin.
>>29690217nah, once that vote finishes, then, if that had won, I'd list the choices.
>>29690188Gwen's resigned herself to support us superheroing only when a meta-human threat present itself.
>>29690217>>29690188I can agree with Spider-manning around and doing it with Gwen too. We both need to stay in the public eye for a little while. I mean, when you think about it Spider-Man wasn't seen at all in November.
>>29690181>MJpool...I like it!
>>29690238its been a month since his last spotting.
>>29690236Great Power Great Responsibility, mang.
>>29690236Ignoring problems is not good
>>29690236Considering we're there to handle what the police can't and they're completely stumped by the Sandman case it's worth looking into.
>>29690236Because people are commenting on how we haven't been seen for a while, even though we've never really made regular appearances in the first place?Like Sandman's a non-violent criminal, and thus the only reason we have to keep an eye out for him is if someone's posting a reward.
>>29690269The thought of our Hikki MJ as a Deadpool frightens me.
>>29690269... Be right back i have to terminate a timeline or two, or a dozen.
>>29690288Good point. We don't want to step on the toes of the police or make them look bad, but they've clearly got zero leads on Sandy and they're making no progress from what Cpt. Stacy's told us.They need our help, so let's give it.
>>29690134>Spend some time as Spider-man, look into Sandman situationDo not bring Gwen into the situation for fucks sake. Wait until we learn it's a superhuman threat.
>>29690272It's also been a month since there was a crazy flying guy tossing around Halloween-themed explosives, as well as an insane serial killer who had an unhealthy obsession with us.Speaking of insane serial killers, when is Cletus Kasaday's court date?
>>29690272Then it's high time we caught a flipped cop car or some similar superhuman feat.
>>29690351>implying he'll get a trial
>>29690365You really want the masquerade to end, don't you?
>>29690338Why would we? It's not like Sandman's hurting anyone.I don't see how it's different than Felicia's first robberies, where it's pretty much just a distraction from stopping violent crimes.
>>29690381It's pretty obvious we're superhuman, namefag. We've already dodged bullets and swinging around like we have been is probably impossible if you aren't.
>>29690134>Spend time hanging out with 4 people (Felicia seems busy this week, though)Gotta resolve that dangling plot thread with Gwen's stalker before we take on a new case.Maybe get some in-roads on introductions with Sue Storm since she's also the one checking Peter's own blood sample. Suggest to Gwen to do the same with her blood because FUTURE KNOWLEDGE.
>>29690283While this is true, it is as important to understand that we are not responsible for everything. Part of that is letting the police do there thing where they should and the other is developing some mechanism for the appropriate authorities to hire us to deal with the things they cannot. I'm not saying we don't do pro boom stuff if we stumble onto it, just that there has to be a way to do things professionally and make room for a growing community of superheroes, so we don't end up vilified and resourceless with the cops spending more time chasing us trepan dealing with legitimate threats.
>>29690272...Good. Why would we want to encourage a bunch of costumed weirdos roaming the streets?Since there hasn't been any murder sprees or jackasses with jetpacks, our work is done.Like isn't the reason JJJ likes us because we don't look like a glory hound but pretty much just show up, fight a violent criminal, and then leave, and the only time we broke that pattern was when he paid us?
>>29690415Anyone that looks closely would be able to see that we are super-human but we haven't done anything overt. There hasn't been anything big in the news to that extent at all. If we catch a flying cop car or fight Sandman in public than it is over.
>>29690444We are responsible for the thing we are able to respond to.>Responsible=Response+Able
>>29690365You...want there to be more super villains running around destroying the city?
>>29690390Maybe Peter just likes the good press. He enjoys being Spider-Man and liked showing up in the papers and wants to do it again. Could be entirely selfish motivation.
>>29690134>>Spend time hanging out with 4 peopleGwen, Johnny, MJ and Stella
>>29690488No...but they are inevitable. Else things would get boring.
>>29690478>we haven't done anything overt>dodging bullets and (?) getting hit with them and not dyingPick oneJust seeing us run is overt and it's not like being seen as a superhuman will make much difference right now
>>29690500That doesn't seem to be the case, given we didn't really give any fucks about not being Spider-Man for a month.
>>29690559If it was overt the news would be blaring on how this isn't normal. Perhaps it's just the fact that dodging bullets or surviving them is in the realm of realism. I am sure once we do something seriously super-powered people will notice.
>>29690578But Ben's told us the papers have reported us to be absent. We want the city to know we're still out and about. Might as well look into the mysterious Sandman while we're at it.
>>29690578You never didn't do something you enjoy for a while in order to do something else?
>>29690540And when they show up, we'll be there to punch them in the face.But because they haven't, and all Sandman's crimes are covered by insurance and a hand-vac (for the sand) then a better use of our time would be investigating Smythe, or figuring out just what the deal with our dad and Osborn was.
>>29690540Well, sure, but we don't know what the timeline on them is going to be. I want us to be able to pull a Fantastic Five with Gwen, Stella, Johnny and Sue when this starts hitting critical mass. Get JJJ behind us (if possible) and set our Peter up to be a legitimate hero instead of the hunted vigilante he always gets forced into being. And I worry that overreaching to much and acting as a poser or glory hog could come back to bite us.
>>29690624Man, don't you think Peter is curious about some retard who leaves sand behind his heists?
>>29690654He would suspect some superhuman fuckery is afoot.
>>29690654It's weird yeah, but he's not hurting anyone.Now if someone raised a bounty to catch the Sandman, then I could see us doing something.>>29690611I guess I don't get why they'd notice our absence and not connect it to the absence of violent super-villains.
>>29690706Or a stylish thief like Felicia.
>>29690365"You should know. Your wish will not come true unless there is a clear evil. Even if it is not something you approve of, a superhero requires a villain to defeat."
>>29690711We should mail the police something telling them that we won't step on their toes, but if they think something super is afoot or if we notice that there might be we'll try and help.
>>29690711Doesn't hurt to look into it. If we're lucky, they might post a reward for his capture soon after we find out his secret identity. Or at least after we find out where he hides out.
>>29690747I'm pretty sure in-character we're not really interested in being a superhero.It's just something we do, sometimes.
>>29690842>not really interested in being a superheroYou're probably right, although Peter realizes that he probably doesn't have a choice, what with all the shit that will hit NYC eventually
>>29690842I probably should have gone with "Rejoice, 29690842", but that kind of lacked a certain zing.
>>29690842Given that we've seen the future that happens if we weren't there, I doubt we have a choice.
>>29690904>if we weren't thereStop saying this. It implies that if we were there it wouldn't still be completely fucked.
>>29690874>>29690842Yeah, the Future Arc was this Peter's Uncle Ben moment.
>>29690842Peter isn't interested in BEING A SUPERHEROHe's interested in STOPPING THE WORLD FROM BECOMING HELLthat's what's happening here. Canon Peter wants to do what he believes his uncle would want him to do.This Peter has seen what happens if he doesn't do anything, and so needs to do something about it.He's a bit calmer about it though because he knows he has time.
>>29690962I agree with you, but I feel like a lot of people are taking it too far.
>>29690958but we know the reason why it happened. We have to show the world that good superhumans can change the world. That's what people failed to learn with Captain America. It's up to us to inspire others to follow our example to defend the Earth so that we'll be prepared for the alien invasion.
>>29691029>but we know the reason why it happenedWhat the fuck? No we don't, that's the biggest problem. Peter just knows that bad shit happened literally everywhere and that there will be supernatural shit up the ass eventually
>>29691005Well, we still have plenty of time to plan and i hope that we can have a big meeting with all of our allies soon (probably after time-skip) (Possibly need to deal with Reed and the two hanging fantastic arcs).I think that it is kind of important that everyone still knows Spider-Man is out there. >>29691029You are right. Also, I feel that as long as Spidey has good press it may be easier for mutants when that inevitably comes out into the open.
>>29690962I completely disagree. I see the canon Uncle Ben moment as the death of Parker having a real future. The guilt he has over that and Gwen are what drives him, and kind of keep him in stasis (aside from the writers constantly fucking him over). The Future Arc is a defining moment that will have a resounding mpimpact on Peter going forward, but it's not about clearing his conscious. That makes all the difference in the world.
>>29691029I'm pretty sure that in-character we didn't really see the lack of superheroes as what caused the problem.We just know that a lot of bad shit is gonna keep happening.
You spend your week of working finishing up the bracers, making sure that they work, and safely at that, others don’t have your spider-sense, after all, and it’d be best to make sure that nothing goes wrong for the person you made it for. Especially after the last gift you gave her.Spending time, you stress test and abuse a pre-production model as much as you can to see if any problems come up. By the end of the week, it’s as durable and tested as it will ever get with the tools you have.In the meantime, you’ve done some work out as Spider-man- and making sure everything up to snuff with that was a pain on its own. You had to remake all of your webbing and clean the costume, and then make sure nobody notices that you’re doing all of this. Stella’s really helpful for this, but she’s a bit put out that you’re busy.But you look into the Sandman thing. You keep an ear and an eye out, but you’re not much better off finding anything out, even in your red and blues. You do, however manage to stop and string up some thugs trying to grab some lady, but nothing on the Sandman, yet. (Minus 1 parker luck!) Well- except for one thing.There’s no way a normal person could commit those crimes.>Next week>Project? (Grappling Bracers complete!)>Pick one>pick one>Hang out with 4 people (Felicia’s busy after school for the week)>Look into Sandman more, in and out of costume>work on another project>Take care of some crime as Spider-man.>Look into something else?
>>29691127>Take care of some crime as Spider-man.
>>29691127start working on the laptop
>>29691088No, we don't need to call some big meeting to try to start up some alliance. We've already brought back a forewarning, it's not our job to prepare for it.Let people who actually have allies and influence do it, let DOOM do it, he's a lot more capable than us. Sure we should lend a hand but we shouldn't try doing it our self.Leave it to the professionals
>>29691127>>Look into Sandman more, in and out of costume
>>29691127Strong Webbing>Hang out with 4 people (Felicia’s busy after school for the week)
>>29691127>Coagulating Webbing- 1 week>Data on the suit
>>29691127>Strong Webbing>Look into Sandman
>>29691127>Hang out with 4 people: Gwen, Stella, Flash, Eddie>>29691156I still want to knock out both those fantastic quests, I also want to introduce Gwen to Sue.
>>29691127>>work on another projectImpact webbing and scour the harddrive for any information that might make anything on our current project perform better, or take less time/money.
>>29691127>Strong Webbing>Hang out with 4 people (Felicia’s busy after school for the week)
>>29691127hang out with MJ, Stella, Flash, and Johnny
>>29691127>ProjectIntegrate headset into mask>Look into something elseSee if we can get Gwen some face time with Sue Storm
>>29691127>Hang out with 4 people (Felicia’s busy after school for the week)Johnny, Gwen, Stella, MJ.
>>29691127>Project?>Headset integrated into mask>Look into something else?>Jackal identityor>Letter to the Doktor from the future.**I forgot if we did that already or not.Disregard if it's done already.
>>29691127take advantage of our press contact (eddie brock)See if we can figure out where he'll be (he wrote the last story on us) and try to call out the sandman?Also we should work on our webbing and the sonic suitintegrating one of those 'gunshooting earplugs' that close when above a certain frequency should be easy enough. We can buy em for just over a 100 and then it's a matter of just snugly putting them in.Easily a 2 day job.
>>29691088>You are right. Also, I feel that as long as Spidey has good press it may be easier for mutants when that inevitably comes out into the open.It's kinda funny, in the Ultimate universe, Peter's actually one of the reasons the Fantastic Four is so careful about maintaining their image. Us having a positive image in the press could cause others to not think about the implications of their actions and be more reckless.>>29691127>Project: Headset>Hang out with the Storms, Gwen, Brock, and our aunt/uncle
>>29691127>Look into Sandman more, in and out of costumeHang out with Stella a tiny bit if possible
>>29691127>Hang out with 4 people >Hang with Gwen>Hang with Johnny>Spend time with Stella
>>29691127>Strong Webbing>Take care of crime as Spidey
>>29691127>Hang out with 4 people (Felicia’s busy after school for the week)>Hang with Gwen>Hang with Johnny>Spend time with Stella>Hang with Flash
>>29691127>Headset>Hang out with 4 people (Felicia’s busy after school for the week)
>>29691127>Hang out with Stella, Flash, MJ and Johnny
>>29691127>integrated mask headset>Take care of some crime as Spider-man.
>>29691127>Hang out with 4 peopleJohnnyGwenEddieFlash>Strong Webbing- 1 week
>>29691127>Hang out with 4 people (Felicia’s busy after school for the week)Stella, Johnny, Flash and MJ
If we just keep going to school, Flint Marko will show up. He still needs his diploma, after all.
>>29691127>Project? (Grappling Bracers complete!)>Strong Webbing>Hang out with 4 people (Felicia’s busy after school for the week)>Gwen>Johnny>Stella>FlashIntroduce Gwen to Sue Storm.
>>29691431>not taking the GEDhe'd probably pass it.
>>29691431Dammit golden age...
>>29691469Clearly, but we waited to long to apply a semester early to college so we might as well keep from being too conspicuous by suddenly dropping out.
>>29691127>Hang out with 4 people (Felicia’s busy after school for the week)Stella, Flash, Johnny and MJ
>>29691127>Strong Webbing>>Look into Sandman more, in and out of costume
>>29691520He's talking about Sandman, not Peter.
>>29691494Yeah, it took a while for Amazing Spider-Man to get good...
Guys, I just back-tracked through the past 10 or so threads.I don't think we've given the letter from the future to The Doktor (aka Natascha Spyral) yet.Just a friendly neighborhood reminder.Also, another hanging plot thread from the future concerning the professor who created Stella, but it's not a pressing concern right now, though it might crop up in the future.
>>29691553Alright- so I'll need you to pick 4>Flash>MJ>Gwen>Stella>Johnny>????>Arcade>Christmas Shopping
>>29691685You're right. Sue Storm knows about her, but we haven't tracked her location yet.Gotta make a note of that.
>>29691685yeah we should prob do that
>>29691685We should read it first, so we can make sure we're not giving the blueprints to a doomsday machine to a crazy scientist>>29691702>????>Christmas Shopping>Deliver letter after reading it to make sure it's not dangerous
Rolled 3>>29691702Stella, ????, Gwen, Christmas Shopping
>>29691702>Christmas Shopping>Gwen>Stella>JohnnyAlso Get Gwen introduced to Sue like we were intending.
>>29691685We tried to look her up but couldn't find her, right?>Stella>Johnny/Sue>Christmas Shopping>Gwen
>>29691702Flash, Johnny, ????, Christmas Shopping
>>29691702Mystery box dammit.>Stella>????>Christmas Shopping>Johnny
>>29691702>Flash>MJ>Stella>????DOOMI KNOW YOUR SECRETS COSGROVE
We talked to Flash last week. Let's see Johnny this week.Plus, remember that Stella relies on our interaction for her development.
>>29691702>>29691777>Christmas Shopping>Gwen>Stella>JohnnyThis anon has it right.
>>29691788Do you?Do you really now?
>>29691851No...but so many fall to the allure of the Mystery Box...For Weel or Woe
>>29691702Gwen, Stella, Flash, Johnny
>>29691851>????>LlamaNo, that's five letters...
>>29691851no it's REED
>>29691892The last mystery box turned out to be good (thanksgiving empty chair)
>>29691947That would be bad. Very bad.
>>29691921But Carl is four...
>>29691851Let's find out why don't we
>>29691967We'll need to stop him from going evil somehow.
>>29691996Oh, believe me. I want to finish that damn FF arc as well as the FT arc. Still, given that the Baxter Building is still on lockdown at Christmas time, according to Pym Quest, it probably won't be for awhile yet.
>>29691969It's Carl Brock and he's dead...And the dead can't come back to life.
>>29692038You're using meta-knowledge, anon... that's a very unkind thing to do to a QM.
>>29692084the Llama is Cosgrove's picture is named Carl.
>>29692097How is that meta-knowledge when Cosgrove wrote it himself? I'm just pointing out that because of continuity nothing will be happening onthat front until Christmas Eve at earliest.
>>29692145Loki would be fun.
>>29692126Well, I'll just shut up then.
it would amuse me if Cosgrove was building an encounter table based on our speculation.
>>29692126Having those llamas in this quest would probably be fucking hilariousit'd also be completely odd... but I'd loose it.
>>29692198Anon, please don't give the QM ideas.
>>29692198In which case, I speculate Juggernaut or Galacta.
>>29691702...Is it Chat? Chat has four letters, i like chat.
>>29692198In that case Hulk.
Cosgrove? You probably get this a lot but I just wanted to thank you for making me fall in love with spiderman all over again.
>>29692226Chat is awesome!
>>29692238Me too man.When I was a kid my favorite show on fox kids was spiderman.
>>29692250Fuck yeah, pie
>>29692258Loki's coming to meet Stella
>>29692299But in that case we wouldn't have a choice in meeting him or not.
>>29692310implying he couldn't circumvent us.
>>29692219"Do you think Spider-man would like to see his parent's faces again?""CAAARRLLL! You just ripped them off of their corpse!"
>>29692370Is it weird that I dont really remember what peter looked like in this version?
As much as I'm hoping it's DOOM...I really want it to be Loki.Fury means it's time to break out the brown trousers.
>>29691123You know, I like this, anon, I really do.
>>29692395My sides.Also, who said that the number of question marks means that it's necessarily this option's name. Four is also my generic placeholder amount
>>29692464Here ya go. Not a lot of great pictures of him.>>29692593So is it Quetzalcoatl, the Aztec Feathered Serpent god?
>>29692656this made me feel bad for peter :P
>>29691123I don't know, I'm not really interested in the massive guilt complex.Especially since having it legitimately be our fault would be difficult.
>>29692656Ugh, Atlantic City hasn't been the same since that guy threw down with the Defenders.
>>29692593Oh well I guess I don't know your secrets. Hmm well then let's all carry on as usual.
>>29692593So >???? could be shorthand for Nick Fury Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.?Yes, you have to redact the [Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.Yes, every time
>>29692764Paranoia and random guessing is normal.
>>29692786Sonofagoddamnedbitch.Uh, that was HYDRA's fault. Somehow.
>mfw I'm drunk on a "work night reading PPQ after losing my jobYes tonight I party for tomorrow I weep.
>>29692835Find a new job, nigga what are you doin???Get to it!
>>29692786So Nick Fury is an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.? Thanks man
>>29692863I've been putting resumes out since I got home. I'm out of leads for the moment.
>>29692970What do/did you do?
>>29693027I was a graphic designer/ marketer for a small software company that went under today.yes I chose well in my professions.But any way how bout them Peter Parkers?
This Christmas... Noone Dunks like DOOM
I'll be honest. I was hoping more people would have picked Arcade. It would have been amusing to see everyone's reactions if, instead of playing games with Stella and friends, we were running around a "fun house".
>>29693085>But any way how bout them Peter Parkers?Yeah, anybody else remember when the Jackal jerked off an unconscious Spider-Man?
>>29693234everybody violates the Spider-Man...its unbecoming of the Villain community
You work on a new type of webbing. A stronger type of webbing. It’s much harder for anything to remove with brute force tearing, but it’s still weak to cutting when dried, though it requires more effort. >STRONG WEBBING INVENTED. This thick substance is able to go through your webshooters, but just barely. It also requires more use per cartridge, meaning that you have less usable- not advisable for web slinging unless larger cartridges are in use. And whilst you work on that scientific wonder, you’ve also made yourself busy in the meantime. You went and braved the elements and winter shoppers with Stella and went Christmas Shopping. You picked out gifts for people that you think they’d like.*You hang out with Gwen, and after a bit of prodding, get her to go see Sue Storm at the end of the week, while you hang out for a bit with Johnny, who, while managing it well, is still more than a little stir-crazy. Seems like he’s been experimenting with his powers in a room DOOM’s built for him, with little other than spending time on the internet or reading. You manage to do a bit of sparring with him, as bad at it as you used to be, at his insistence. He’s not able to hit you, but it seems like he burned out some of his energy.Meanwhile, Gwen has gotten Sue’s number to talk with, but you were also handed a letter, which you were told was the location of Dr. Spyral. As you wrapped up this hang out, you talked some more with Gwen- seems like she’s been up to stuff in the meantime.**>1/2
>>29693359After you part ways with her, you see an old man in a red suit with a black overcoat and hat sitting on a bench by the park you walk home by. He nods at you as you pass by and he stands up- effortlessly moving his heavy looking metal cane to his hand as he walks closer- his hair’s silver, but he seems to have aged well. He matches pace with you as you grow a bit nervous. “You’ve put things in motion. Things that cannot be undone. This is as much as I can help you right now.”He hands you a manilla envelope, embossed with what looks like a wheel before turning at a street intersection and vanishing into the crowd.**-Peter Parker now has access to police logistics and information (limitedly) through Gwen Stacy. If you need to find out anything the police know on minor matters, she can tell you. More classified subjects are above her level.*-Assumed that Peter gets respectable giftsYou’ve yet to open the folder, but the week’s still young.>Project?>Must be a 1 week project. (unless last option is taken)>Pick two >Spend time with 2 people >Spend time with 2 people (must be different than first two, if both picked)>look into Dr. Spyral>look into the envelope you here handed>look into something with police information (if so, what?)>work on another project (takes up two slots automatically, but can allow you to work on a two week project)
>>29693389>>look into Dr. Spyral>>look into the envelope you here handed
>>29693389>Magneto knows who we are
>>29693389>>look into Dr. Spyral>>look into the envelope you here handedI really don't know about the project.Holy shit Erik!
>>29693389X-Men Get.>look into the envelope you here handed>look into Dr. Spyral
>>29693389>Revolving Cartridges- 1 weekSo we can switch webbings for webslinging>look into the envelope you here handed>Check on the defragmented harddrive for relevant information
>>29693389>integrated headset.>look into Dr. Spyral>look into the envelope you here handed
>>29693427Just saw this after posting my first post. What if he knows because he and Charles are still colleagues?
>>29693389>Larger Web Fluid Cartridges- 1 WEEK (required for Impact Webbing)>look into the envelope you here handed>look into Dr. Spyral
>>29693389Oh dear.>Larger Web Fluid Cartridges- 1 WEEK (required for Impact Webbing)>look into Dr. Spyral>look into the envelope you here handed
>>29693389Hot damn, hey Magneto.>Project?Revolving Cartridges- 1 week>look into Dr. Spyral>look into the envelope you here handed
>>29693389>look into Dr. Spyral>look into the envelope you here handedFun.
>>29693389>Larger Web Fluid Cartridges- 1 WEEK (required for Impact Webbing)>look into Dr. Spyral>look into the envelope you here handedOh fuck.
>>29693389>Project?>Larger Web Fluid Cartridges- 1 WEEK (required for Impact Webbing)>Pick Two>look into Dr. Spyral>look into the envelope you here handed
>>29693389>Revolving Cartridges- 1 week>look into Dr. Spyral>look into the envelope you here handedOH SHIT MAGNETO
>>29693389Revolving CartidgesDr. SpyralEnvelope
>>29693389>Headset integrated into mask- 1 Week>look into Dr. Spyral>look into the envelope you here handedShit's about to get Pringles.Time to further undue the future that is Carnage.
>>29693436>>29693389Changing my project vote to revolving cartridges.
>>29693389>Larger Web Fluid Cartridges- 1 WEEK (required for Impact Webbing)>look into the envelope you here handed>look into Dr. SpyralWant dat Impact Webban
>>29693389>project>Larger cartridges(the gauntlets have been tested and refined, right?)>pick two>open envelope>look into Spyral
>>29693573>>29693542>>29693523>>29693500>>29693453Do we actually HAVE any special webbing types? Because I'm pretty sure we don't.
>>29693612Just Strong Webbing at the moment, but this is setup for when we have several to choose from.
>>29693612>STRONG WEBBING INVENTED. This thick substance is able to go through your webshooters, but just barely. It also requires more use per cartridge, meaning that you have less usable- not advisable for web slinging unless larger cartridges are in use.
>>29693612Won't Larger Web Cartridges remove the disadvantage to Strong Webbing?
>>29693612We just (this very update) got a stronger type of webbing that's "Not advisable for web slinging unless larger cartridges are in use"
Also, HOLY FUCK IT'S MUTHA FUCKING Max Eisenhardt aka Erik Lensher aka Magnus aka MAGNETOX GONNA GIVE IT TO YA
>>29693656Sounds that way. Although we will need a revolver for impact or any other webbings.
>>29693389> revolving.So that we can keep some strong and still use normal cartridges.> folder> find the doc.
>>29693657Also revolving slingers are just that cool
>>29693389A note: Impact webbing is a ball that when it hits a target, it envelops iteg if it hits a person, it will expand and then wrap around the targetjust letting y'all knowwe should probably get the revolving cartridges right now though...and order the gunshooting earplugs for when we DO work on the sonic suit
>>29693389>Red and blackYou know, everyone's saying Magneto, but my first thought was MephistoI'm probably completely wrong, though. Anyways,>Larger Web Fluid Cartridges- 1 WEEK (required for Impact Webbing)>Spend time with 2 people (Stella and Felicia)>look into Dr. Spyral
>>29693389>>Project?>Larger Web Fluid Cartridges>>Pick two >look into Dr. Spyral>look into the envelope you here handed
>>29693711He had a heavy metal cane. And the picture was of Movieneto.
>>29693659I have to agree with >>29693472 in that if Erik knows who we are he either is still associated with Charles or has a psychic of his own. Personally, I want X-Men Evolution for most of the X-men because then they'll be around Peter's age.
>>29693700Either Larger Cartridges or Revolving Cartridges would work for us for now, but I really think Larger Cartridges will be best. They let us use Strong Webbing full-time.
>>29693711judging by the picture it's motherfucking Gandolf get ready for an envelope of jewelry.
I hope this is the wheel symbol on the mystery bo- I mean, Envelope.>>29693687Revolving cartridges that can use two types of web cartridges is two weeks.
>>29693780It is similar, but it is NOT that shape.
>>29693749Agreed about Evolution, but I'll probably like whatever Cosgrove is setting up.I wonder when Warren will start doing his stint as a Manhattan vigilante.
>>29693751not reallythe large cartridges also mean we have MUCH more swinger web also.I'd stick with having the ABILITY to switch on the fly first as swinging with strong web is kinda a waste of it.
>>29693790How many cartridges can we hold with revolving?
>>29693790Could you describe it for us or show a pic at next update?
>>29693790mind doing a quick drawing of itmspaint style?
>>29693837>How many cartridges can we hold with revolving?Six, it doesn't change the amount you currently have, but it DOES allow you to change them on the fly instead of manually removing and replacing the cartridges like you currently do- it currently takes only a second to do that.
>>29693897>it currently takes only a second to do that.Well shit, maybe bigger would be better thenIs it too late to change my vote?
>>29693897Revolving then.More flexible and will be much more useful as more webbing becomes available.
>>29693897Now we'd need to get the second revolving upgrade to have regular and Strong webbing in the revolving setup?
>>29693858>>29693852>Also, writing>But first- see the doctor as Peter Parker or Spider-man?
>>29693987Peter Parker.He already knows right?
>>29693897Next time. Thanks for the clarification OP.
>>29693987>Spider-manWe don't know who she is right now
>>29693987We where handed the letter as Peter Parker, so we go as Peter Parker.
>>29694023No, she doesn't. Her future self knew, but for now let's be discreet. We don't know what kind of person she is, AND she told us she was a sociopath.
>>29693987Spider-Man, and don't forget the letter from Future Dok of course.
>>29693987Spider-Man. Peter Parker showing up with a message from the future will either not be believed or reveal who we are. Spider-Man will at least have a chance of being believed.
>>29694061Oh right, I was thinking of someone elseYeah changing >>29694023 to Spiderman
>>29694070Peter's smart, he wouldn't forget. That 19 INT has to count for something.
>>29693987Go see the doktor as Peter Parker
>>29693987>it's a spoked wheelwell that was anticlimactic
>>29694212I'm still sticking with my theory that Charles and Erik never fell out here.
>>29694212I don't think it was supposed to be climactic, just informative.
>>29694261I know I know, I mean like, having it look cooler or something.It's just a simple wheelnothing wrong with itI just expected something more... unique
>>29694246They're the couple that keeps getting back together after traumatic breakups
>>29694281>uniqueBringing attention to itself would be stupid and probably counteract the fact that it's most likely a secret group
>>29694246To account for all the Xs inside that wheelthey're now they the XXX Men
>>29694331the illuminati has the pyramid with an eyethat's rather unique
>>29694331>>29694281Hue.>Back to writing, this might be a bit.
>>29694281I imagine most of the stylized ones a person could find easily online actually belong to some organization or another and would be more confusing to anybody that looked it up.
>>29694406>HueWhat? Shit, it's probably something completely mundane
>>29694281I was going to call it a Buddhism reference but the number of spokes are wrong.
>>29694449Could still be I looked it up, there is a university in Thailand that uses the dharmacakra with 12 spokes as it's symbol.
>>29694377And everyone knows about them. Do you know the symbol for the bilderburg group?
>>29694494>>29694449Considering the image is "Circular Stamp Design.gif", I'd guess Cosgrove picked the first wheel symbol off a google search and it's a part of a completely fictional organization and ideology.Like the Brotherhood of Mutants.
>>29694496... nooobut I do know the freemasons have the compass and square ruler thing...not many people know that off the top of their headit's still more unique than a wheel
>>29693987>mfw there's invisible ink or something and shows up on the symbol
>>29694666Mutants? don't be ridiculous! what's next magic superpowers?
>>29694679But a wheel is considered the first major tool developed by homo sapiens that showed that the species was superior to the races that came before it.
>>29694720...you're pushing the mutant front, ain't you
>>29694755Look at who gave us the envelope. Assuming it's mutants is pretty reasonable.
>>29694755No, just trying to come up with a good angle for why a multi-spoked wheel as a symbol.
>>29694720Filthy mutie pls go.
>>29694679... And everyone has heard of the Masons as well. You're missing the point. SUCCESSFUL secret organizations DON'T HAVE EASILY RECOGNIZED SYMBOLS.
>>29694666>>29694711>>29694720>implying Cosgrove isn't using the Ultimate universe origin of "mutants".
>>29694804He just dropped Old Enough to have survived the Holocaust Magneto on us...though the origin of mutants as lab created isn't exclusive to the modern origin.
>>29694802true, but they're likely just unique enough for those in the organization to recognize them specificallyof course I could just be utterly retarded, but that makes sense right?
>>29694779But Peter doesn't know that. It's 'out of character' information. Just like we have no idea the 'sandman' thief has super powers. As far as we know, it could just be some guy who managed to miniaturize a sand-blaster into a backpack or something. We have to play as if we don't already have an encyclopedic knowledge of Comic Book Trivia.
>>29694831We're not talking in character, we're talking out of character.
>>29694824Which given that this is 2013 Erik must be in his early 70s by now.
You look into the envelope‘s contents, carefully, and pull out several heavily redacted reports, but the stuff left untouched is the interesting part. It talks about S.H.I.E.L.D. and Charles Xavier‘s agreements- though about what you‘re not entirely sure, along with things such as the theoretical existence of the ‘X-gene’ that people are born with that might awaken. It’s above your head biologically, but it seems like a thorough look into things- there’s a mention that it is unrelated to some sort of incident in Egypt sometime around 1987, but that part is left to mystery in the redacted black lines, there’s also a reference to the cold war.You look up the image, or rough ms paint version of it, in your image search, but all you get are spoked wagon wheels as results. Seems like that’s how far this clue goes. Maybe.Letting out a sigh, you continue work on your modifications to your webshooters before you go meet Doctor Natascha Spyral You make revolving cartridges to make sure you can switch between normal and strong webbing on the fly. After fixing it up, you grab the letter from her future self and head to meet the Good Doktor.Your first impression, as you head to her residence at night, is worry. Seems like she’s in the possession of an old insane asylum, which has been renovated- it’s still in service as one, it seems.>sneak in>head in front door
>>29694779>assuming Mutants can use reason>assuming they aren't limited to animal cunning>assuming we shouldn't just kill them all.
>>29694897>or rough mspaint version of itgoddamn it Cosgrove
>>29694897>>head in front doorWhat's up, dok?
>>29694897>head in front doorMight as well be friendly.
>>29694897>head in front doorNot going to take any chances of setting off a booby, no sir.
>>29694897>head in front doorPart of me feels like wearing our "classic" costume would be more thematically appropriate, though one of the only benefits our current one has is it gives us a bonus to friendly dialogue checks.
>>29694897>>sneak inSneaking is fun!
>>29694897>head in front doorwe are wanted
>>29694897>Front door. Be a direct Spider. She'll get shooty if we sneak into her digs again
>>29694897>head in front doorWe're not trying to uncover stuff, and Spidy's all ready got a pretty good rep so i say KNOCK KNOCK "Delivery from the future via Friendly Neighbourhood Spider-Man!"
>>29694929>>29694930>>29694943In full spiderman?Thats gonna attract alot of attention on the good doctor.Not a good thing.If we were in civies, that might have been a good choice.
>>29694897>>head in front doorWe're here to talk. No point going all Sam Fisher.
>>29694897>sneak inWe have pretty good stealth, lets make sure this person isn't going to try and kill/dissect us.
>>29694897>head in front doorSpider-man delivery for one Doktor Spyral.
>>29694897Wait, are we inor out of costum?
>>29694949Yeah, the red/blue agility suit gives us a +3 fellowship.
>>29694965And we do have a delivery man running gag to uphold.Also.amending >>29694957"if we sneak into her digs again for the first time"
>>29694897>head in front doorKNOCK KNOCK
>>29694968this is a good ideaknocking on the door is going to get her unwanted attentionif there's a way to let her know we're coming in the VIP entrance (aka her window) we oughta do so
>>29694897>sneak inLets not make her a target by walking in her front door.
>>29694897Front door.We dont want her to think we are some petty thief.
>>29694897>head in front door
>>29694968Well, we stealth our way to the building, then enter it plainly.
>>29694998Goddamnit...ok, I'll just go with the flow then.
>>29695004By that logic, we'll get noticed no matter what we do. Webswinging doesn't exactly scream "discreet".
>>29694897Oh fuck. Cosgrove, I think everyone is thinking we're wearing our civvies.>sneak in
>>29694897>head in front doorDon't care bout the costume
>>29694897>sneak inSpider-Man shouldn't enter through the front
>>29695038No, look, everyone knows we're wearing our costume. That's the point.Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man.Besides, why should she believe some no-name kid coming to her door with a letter from the future? If it were a superhero, however...
>>29695038It's more that we'd rather not start off as hostile.A superhero knocking on her door in full costume is more likely to make her think we have important business with her, and aren't trying to rob/arrest her or something.
>>29694897>>sneak inSneaky sneaky
>>29695083This is my reasoning
Sleep calls, good luck with the good doctor guys.Also, Xavier is just outside the city. Westchester/Sleepyhollow/Ryebrook is right up there, 20-30 minutes outside of NYCWe should try to look him up at some point, try and get an appointment...or ask Gwen to do that as she is pursuing Bio and he is still a respected professor. Of course we'll try and tag along.
>>29694897>head in the front door
>>29694897>head in front doorIt's only polite.And I really don't want to startle her.
>>29694897>head in front doorFriendly neighborhoodd spiderman
>>29695131Me neither. I don't understand what the point of stealth is when we're here on amicable business.
How good is the satellite footage militaries can get? Could they spot muties doing weird shit at Xavier's crib?
>>29695145Because we're a vigilante and going through her front door might get us seen? People will then inconvenience her which may result in her getting mad.
>>29695145She may not be amicable?
>>29695171Again, by that logic going in any entrance, sneaky or not, will get us seen.>>29695178So? We are.
>>29695137>Can I get a fellowship roll, real quick? DC-14>1d20+6
Rolled 18 + 6>>29695248
Rolled 3 + 6>>29695248SPIDER
>>29695147Google has cameras that can read a novel from orbit. Yeah, I think the government can keep tabs on a couple of guys with flamethrowers in their armpits or something.
Rolled 1 + 6>>29695248
Rolled 20 + 6>>29695248ok
>>29695255Got dat Spider-Swag.
Rolled 7 + 6>>29695248roling!
>>29695261Damn it>>29695255We had it.We freaking had it
Rolled 2 + 6>>29695248Why am I so great
Rolled 15>>29695261Fuck you.
>>29695261now this is ppq racing
>>29695261Do we have any sp?
Rolled 1 + 6>>29695267>>29695261Are you fucking with me.
Rolled 4 + 6>>29695261FUKKKKKKK YOOOOOU
>>29695261Wasn't this how it went the first time we meet up with doc?
>>29695261The fucking last roll. Fuck, man.>>29695276Please ignore this.
I've got your number, Cosgrove!
>>29695255>>29695258>>29695261you just HAD to roll.You couldn't stand it was already in the bag could you?
>>29695261Fuck off namefag, really. We had an 18 for a minute before you posted. Kill yourself
>>29695261Shit happens.Gotta spend that SP then..
>>29695310Might be a good idea to use it then.I think Spyral's help might be necessary in preventing the Bad Future.
>>29695261Spend a goddamn spectacular point please to get rid of this idiot's fuckup.
>>29695261Ah, I knew we'd pay for the previous 20...GET OFF MY LAWN AND STOP READING MY MIND.>>29695267Late.>>29695308Yes.
>>29695355Let's save it for when we need it
>>29695336>>29695344Are you guys retarded?You can't just stop rolling once you've got a number you want. That's not how a dice pool works. That's pretty much cheating.
>Spend spectacular point to re-roll?>y/n
Rolled 6 + 6>>29695374yes>>29695373True
>>29695368Spend the point, we need it right now to get an ally and not have her attack us you idiot
>>29695374How many points do we have?
Rolled 14 + 6>>29695374Y
>>29695399just the one
>>29695399We have only 1 and now we have 2 PL again because of fuck-face.
BACK! Just got an after midnight text from my boss telling me not to come in tomorrow. Time to put coffee on the pot and stay up for the long haul.>mfw I fall asleep before finished brewing.
>SP spent, give me another set of rolls- 1d20+6, dc 14
Rolled 19 + 6>wasting our ONLY spectacular point just so we don't make a bad impressionFucking retards>>29695511I hope this is another 1 because fuck you.
Rolled 5 + 6>>29695511ERE WE GO
Rolled 3 + 6>>29695511
Rolled 18 + 6>>29695511
>>29695334>fuck>someone in my quest is onto me
Rolled 3 + 6>>29695511Take 2
>Wasting a point on this
Rolled 15 + 6>>29695511
>>29695517Well, we made a kickass first impression, that's for sure
>>29695517Fuck.I still hate you all
>>29695517Great job Anon, keep showing up namefagsHey Cosgrove, can she fall for us?
Rolled 9 + 6>>29695550thank you though.
>>29695550We love you.
>>29695517Haha. Dice gods have a sense of humour today.
>>29695559>Hey Cosgrove, can she fall for us?
>>29695550Want a hug, anon?
>>29695536>using a point to persuade a sociopath>a waste
>>29695566>>29695574Eat a dick
>>29695517Much better!>>29695550Aww, it's ok, there'll be other fails. Love you too anon.
>>29695517Depends, honestly.First bad impressions with the mentally dysfunctional tends to be the only impression that matters.
Rolled 11 + 6>>29695587if you ask nicely
>>29695596I hope that's not it.
Guys.I just realized that Doctor Spyral is the girl we saw at the costume party that creeped us out.
>>29695606pls no bully
>>29695519Good to see that Wrenloft still can't add modifiers to rolls after all these threads.
>>29695630Oh. Oh god. I hope not.
>>29695639B-but I want a tsundere sociopath!
>>29695626Probably not exactly, but remember, Hercules was delivered in universe through an interlude where he was presented like a pillar man.
>>29695647At least he rolls well. Or, his name does.
>>29695630Could be. I think she's a little older than that girl, but weirder things have happened.
Rolled 11 + 6>>29695658>Wrenloft>Rolling wellPick 1
>>29695655>presented like a pillar man.That's why I hope it's not, because I don't know what that means.
>>29695670it isn't like he rolls wellit's more like... he crits... be it 20 or 1
>>29695671Body Horror, Vampires, Perfect Beings, etc.Go read JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, it's great fun. Conversely you can watch Season 1 & 2 of the ongoing anime.
>>29695671You and me both>>29695670Sometimes he rolls 2-3 20s in a row. Sometimes he rolls 6-7 1s in a row. Usually there is no in-between.
>>29695559>can she fall for us?No
>>29695517>just so we don't make a bad impression>critfail>thinking it would only be a bad first impression>bro do you even d20?
You head in the front door, which is unlocked- there’s no visiting hours listed, so you head right on in. There’s a nurse at a check-in station, he smiles at you as you approach. He’s a big man with short hair.“Hello, sir. How can help you?”You clear your throat and give your friendliest attitude. “Ah, yes. May I see Doctor Spyral, please?”The nurse frowns and stares at you before shaking his head. “I’m afraid I can’t do that… without an autograph!”He smiles at you as you nod. He steps out from behind the desk with one of those old Polaroid camera and takes a picture of the both of you, his arm around you shoulder before you sign it as ‘Best Wishes from your Neighborhood Friendly Spider-man!”He man smiles and puts the picture away. “Um. Do you always have that camera with you?”The man nods. “Yes, I always have a camera to take pictures with. It’s something I do for my daughter. She’s sick you see, so I often try to take pictures of things for her. This job’s a new thing for me, though.”The man looks a bit embarrassed. “Oh, but you wanted to see Doctor Spyral. She’s down the hall on the left on room six, here’s your pass. It’s nice for someone to visit her, I hear she doesn’t have many visitors.”“Nice to meet you mister…”“Baker, sir. William Baker.”The man smiles at you and shakes your hand before handing you a pass. You head on down as the man waves you off.Opening the door, you see a woman in what looks like a mess- well, a mess that’s also a lab, maybe? She’s wearing a coat, and he’s currently drawing on her face in marker lines in a mirror. She pauses as she sees you in her mirror.“Ah, yes, can I help you?”>1/2
>>29695808The woman smiles at you, lines over her face- her skin is pale and her hair is a messy, pale straw color.“I have a letter for you, Doctor Spyral.”This woman... she lacks the german accent and robotic parts. Was this how she used to be?>give her the letter>ask for proof of identity
>>29695808please let that not be the sandmanPLEASE LET THAT NOT BE THE SANDMAN
>>29695844>>ask for proof of identity
>>29695844>ask for proof of identity
Rolled 15 + 6>>29695844>>ask for proof of identityAsk for a driving license or something.Just to confirm
>>29695844>ask for proof of identityReasonable paranoia
>>29695808...has Peter seriously not realized that she's institutionalized yet?
>>29695844>>ask for proof of identitySuspicion.
>>29695844>ask for proof of identityMight as well be thorough. We're a professional, after all!Or something like that.Let her know that we're here on urgent business. The letter will do the rest.
>>29695855It's the Sandman.
>>29695844Let's just do what old Spyral would have us do?Proof of identity first before deliverysay it's from the future, so you need proof and that the package will prove your words
>>29695862>Ask for a driving license or something.>from an asylum inmateFunny, that.
>>29695844>ask for proof of identityI mean, don't interrogate her or anything...but this could be her sister or assistant or something.
>>29695855Funny you should say that...>>29695844>ask for proof of identityTalk to her a little bit first. Lets be personable.
>>29695873Oh fuck. I didn't either. I thought she was going to be experimenting on people.
>>29695885OH GOD ITSTHESANDMAN
Rolled 6 + 6>>29695888Huh... I thought she was a doctor here.whoops.
>>29695873Hey, it's not like Herr Doktor didn't know this was the case.She must have written the letter in such a way as for her insane younger self to understand.
>>29695887>>29695844I can back this. Ask for proof.Also, interesting place Sandman is now working.
>>29695844>give her the letter
>>29695907She could be? Maybe she's drawing on her face to plan future surgeries?...or maybe she's just a bit mad.
>>29695844>ask for proof of identityOh man, I thought she'd be the mad doctor experimenting on patients or something
>>29695906Calm down, the Sandman isn't that bad of a guy. Even when he's fighting Spider-Man he'll typically hold back trying not to seriously hurt people.
>>29695844>give her the letter>see if she's been writing insanity with her lipstick or if the science is real.
>>29695979Especially if its a Sandman with a Cement daughter and trying to hold down a job.
>>29696133On the other hand, if he thinks Spider-Man has gone too far...
>>29696133Oh god... Reign..... these feels, all welling up inside me...
>>29696133>>29695979Wait but we just saw Flint Marko be in jail.I'm pretty sure you need background checks to work in an asylum.
“Not to be rude, but could I get some identification?”She pauses and raises an eyebrow before smiling and applauding. “Ah, good. Somebody who knows the proper way of doing things.”She fishes around in her pockets before pulling out an identification card and showing it to you- it does indeed say Natascha Spyral. You hand her the letter as she re-pockets her ID. She raises an eyebrow. “Not what you were expecting?”You shake your head. “No. I expected someone more… German.”She looks at you before laughing. “Oh, god. If Otto could see this now, he’d blow his top. Yeah- that’s a thing I do to piss him off, sometimes. You’re also probably curious why I’m here- institutionalized, right?”Yeah. There is that.She shrugs. “I’m actually free to go at any time. I’ve just put myself in here in case my planned surgeries go wrong. I was about to prepare for it, soon enough.”She points to the lines on her face. “What… exactly were you going to do?”She points over as you see a silver, robotic jaw sitting there. “I was going to surgically remove mine and replace it. It’s a risky procedure, and one that’s likely not to succeed without complications, but I never do something to a patient without making sure it works first. Ever.”Her resolute face points the letter at you before she pauses and opens it. Seems like there’s a lot there to read. At least several pages worth.>Stand around until she’s finished>look around>try to read over her shoulder.
>>29696176>>look around>>try to read over her shoulder.
>>29696176>look around>do not touch anything>ANYTHING
Rolled 11 + 6>>29696176>>Stand around until she’s finished>>Look AroundIts a private letter.Let her read it first. We can ask her afterwards.
>>29696176Look around but make sure our exit route is clear.
>>29696176>Stand around until she’s finishedDon't fucking read it, it isn't ours. If the letter says to show us, then she can
>>29696176>look aroundBut don't touch.
Rolled 20>>29696176>Stand around until she’s finished>look around
>>29696176Just kind of stand around.
>>29696176>>Stand around until she’s finished>>look around
>>29696223What a waste.
>>29696176>look around>try to read over her shoulder.
>>29696176Stand around, maybe a bit awkward, look about.Wonder how much of what happened is in the letter?
>>29696176>Stand around until she’s finished>look around Voting against looking over her shoulder.
>>29696176>Stick around>ask her permission to check out her work (do not touch!)
>>29696176stand around until she's finished and try to read over her shoulder
>>29696176Tell her we'll stick around and answer any questions we can when she's done.
>>29696320No, we should NOT read over her shoulder. It would be like someone looking over our shoulder when we're accessing our dad's harddrive.Do not fucking look.
>>29696175Budget cuts. They're lucky they don't just let all the inmates leave.
>alrighty, roll me perception.>1d20+6, dc is 24/14
Rolled 4 + 6>>29696391
Rolled 1 + 6>>29696391
Rolled 9 + 6>>29696391
Rolled 10 + 6>>29696391
Rolled 20 + 6>>29696391
>>29696407Oh come the fuck on, really?
Rolled 12 + 6>>29696416>>29696407welp
>>29696407Oh, great. Thanks.>>29696416What the fuck is with us today?
Rolled 15 + 6>>29696407
Cosgrove, I don't suppose you can throw us a free bone? Unless this is ONLY a perception roll and doesn't result in us touching shit and dyig
>>29696407GOOD THING WE HAVE A SPECTACULAR POINT FOR THIS IMPORTANT DOCUMENTOh, wait. We used it to impress some desk-worker. Thanks Obama
Rolled 9 + 6>>29696481No, it definitely involves death.
why can we have new things
>>29696407Since we rolled Perception, hopefully this means we just zoned out and didn't really observe anything.
>>29696485>impress some desk-workerYou mean someone who wouldn't call the cops on us and not let us talk to the doc? This is a perception roll you retard, it doesn't matter.
>>29696176>Stand around until she’s finished>look around
>>29696485>We used it to impress some desk-worker.That desk worker was the Sandman.I don't want him choking the hell out of us instantly, because he thinks we know about him.>>29696501Hopefully, this roll wasn't for the specs of Sand rising behind us.
Page 8Don't forget to archive.
Rolled 18 + 6>>29696501Hopefully yes.
>>29696520>not paying atttention
>>29696407I guess were blind now
>>29696501It's us not noticing Carnage. It's always us not noticing Carnage.
>>29696481Come on, man. Accept our fate with dignity.
You stay put and wait, deciding to only glance around. However, the room’s an absolute mess. You can’t help but look in disgust as undergarments and food lie around everywhere as you notice a smell through your mask.One of B.O.You hold your breath and wait for her to finish.Minutes passC’mon.C’mon.C’mon.She finally finishes reading through and turns back to you a little unnerved. “This is my handwriting and that… I don’t understand but then again, I expect I probably won‘t, anyway. I thank you for the letter though, it was very informative. Was there anything else?>[ ] WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU BATHED?!>[ ] I’d like you under my employment, actually.>[ ] Wait- do you know Otto Octavius?>write in
>>29696603>>[ ] WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU BATHED?!>What'd it say?
>>29696603>>[ ] I’d like you under my employment, actually.>>[ ] Wait- do you know Otto Octavius?
>>29696603>>[ ] WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU BATHED?!
>>29696603>[ ] Wait- do you know Otto Octavius?Anything else is retarded. We don't have money and we aren't a jackass.
>>29696603...before we offer her a job, do we have any means of paying or equipping her?
>>29696603>>[ ] Wait- do you know Otto Octavius?
>>29696603>[ ] Wait- do you know Otto Octavius?
>>29696603>[ ] Wait- do you know Otto Octavius?Being rude isn't suitable for someone with Fellowship as high as us, don't do it.
>>29696622Let's go with this. I know we don't actually have any sort of company, but someone as good at cybernetics as Dok will become is a great contact to make.
Rolled 11 + 6>>29696603>[ ] Wait- do you know Otto Octavius?>write in:"As a fellow scientist, would you some cooperation now and then?"
>>29696603Dammit, woman! Hygiene is important when you're going to /REPLACE YOUR FUCKING JAW/.
>>29696647That's a good question, isn't it?
>>29696647No, does it look like we have a job?>>29696603>[ ] Wait- do you know Otto Octavius?
>>29696603>Write inAnything you can share with me from that letter, Dok?
>>29696603Don't we know that she worked for Otto and he basically stole her research and had her exiled from the mainstream scientific community? I remember something about that...and that she had a hand in designing what would eventually become his arms.
>>29696664She's already a contact. We don't have to employ her, just be friends with her. Even though she's completely fucking insane.>>29696668This one's actually good. ASK HER FOR HER DESIGNS! WE MIGHT NEED THEM!
>>29696675Well? how much money do we have?
>>29696675Well then let's not employ her. Let's go with this guy's idea >>29696668It doesn't give us any obligations. Just a contact.
>>29696691Plenty, actually. It's the gambling money from the almanacs.
>>29696688>ASK HER FOR HER DESIGNSWow, talk about being inconsiderate. Who asks a scientist for their designs?
Rolled 9>>29696711Oh, then we could actually employ someone capable.Time for:>Spider Inc.
>>29696722We can exchange.
>>29696711The money we're supposed to be using on Stella, and our gear?It's fucking stupid to offer someone we just met a job anyways
>>29696691>Peter? He's got about 3 grand left from the money Felicia flat out gave him, he not sure how much she actually made, but she gave him that for now- but he's got ways that he could theoretically make money
>>29696603>[ ] Wait- do you know Otto Octavius?I'd also like to make sure she knows we'd like at least a semi-professional relationship with her.
>>29696688You're right.Changing mine to>[ ] Wait- do you know Otto Octavius?and>write in:"I'm a bit of a scientist myself. Built the gear i swing around with myself. Would you be open to exchanging ideas and collaborating sometime?"
>>29696711[Citation needed]That's in Felicia's hands now and we have no idea how much it was, stop lying
>>29696668That sounds good.
>>29696726...we'll need to bribe the shit out of the guards to get her out.>>29696737Looks like we don't have much anyways.
If you people want to patent shit you might not want to offer to trade the tech to her.
>>29696711...I wonder if that's why we suddenly haven't seen Fe in awhile. She's sorting out our winning streak with the people her bookie works for.
>>29696737How far does our Frugal perk extend?But in any case I really don't want to start a company. That's too much on our plate. Might as well go with this >>29696668>>29696764Trading tech is wonderful. We should do that.
Rolled 14>>29696763She said herself she's not here against her will, she can just walk out.
>>29696763>“I’m actually free to go at any time. I’ve just put myself in here in case my planned surgeries go wrong. I was about to prepare for it, soon enough.”Idiot
>>29696763She just told us that she can voluntarily leave at any time. Our perception check may have negated that statement, but it did not so she's probably legit and not hiding a stinky dead body somewhere in her room.
>>29696774Why do you even want her techDo you want a metal jaw or bionic arms coming out of our back
>>29696754>stop lyingI forgot that the almanac money was half split between us and Felicia, with our portion being sent to our aunt and uncle to keep our home.
>>29696767...Or the timelines have started diverging, she's started losing money, and is trying to make up for it on the down low.
>>29696797Do you have any idea how many practical applications cybernetics can employ without having to cut our arms off?Tons.
>>29696809To early for that, but it is a long term concern.
>>29696797If only she could make cybernetics that one could wear outside of their body...no I'm sure that's too complicated. Too bad since we have a leadin the perfect energy source for power armor.
>>29696813Fuck, we won't need to masturbate with our own hand!
>>29696845An outdated oversized arc reactor?
>writing -so you know Otto- and would you like to collaborate sometime, then?
>>29696871Why is she so smelly?
>>29696871Yes please.When we get the stuff patented and working for money, then we can look into hiring her.
>>29696880STANDING HERE I REALIZE
>>29696871The write-in was the only safe option, right?
>>29696871Of course. Best to respect each other as scientists, learning from each other and fine-tuning mistakes and errors that one of us may miss.The crazy will become an afterthought- hopefully.
>>29696896>YOU ARE JUST LIKE ME
>>29696871Point out that it probably won't be for a while.
>>29696880If we actually incorporate Otto's tech to our costume, we should totally do EXACTLY this. Web shooters on mentally-controlled extra mechanical limbs.It's what we've been going for. It's what we've been getting all those engineering perks for.Yes.YES.
>>29696950No, we should make a lab that we can put on our back and do things that need precision like building an arc reactor - oh wait oh shitWhat if we put repulsors on the arms?!We could be a spider that shoots beams in every direction.
>>29696950>giving ourselves mechanical limbsI'm sure those would be easy to hide
>>29696975We need to move out so we can turn our basement into a seekrit lab
>>29696975Let's not plagiarize a good guy.>>29696988No, detachable. Like the ones SpOck uses.
>>29696988Have you seen any of Tony's later suits? Very concealable.
You pause. “So, you know Otto Octavius, right?”Her face becomes that of a scowl. “Yeah. I know the right bastard. I helped him design things and then he took the credit and humiliated me in front of my peers. If I could get my hands on that fat bas-”She clears her throat and tries to look polite. “But, yes. You could say I know him. He even made the joke I should be in an insane asylum, so I took him up on that offer.”There’s a wry grin on her face as she gestures around. “So, was there anything else?”“Uh, yeah. I’m actually a bit of a scientist myself, I built my webshooters, after all, and I was curious if you’d like to collaborate sometime- but I suppose with that history, you’d probably not want to, huh?”She runs a hand through her own short, messily cut hair before nodding. “If you want me to work with you- I’ll need three things. A lab, a contract, and to know who you are.”She stares at you as a sly look crosses her face. “Then again, my mother does always complain about how I don’t have a man yet, so I’d gladly work if you signed some marriage papers.”She smiles at you before bursting out laughing. “Just messing with you, kid. You’re too young for my tastes, right now, according to this letter- didn‘t say who you were, but it said you were young. Look, seriously, though, get me an interesting enough project or hire me on. That’s the only way I’d work for you.“So, unless you’re planning one of those two, I’m going to have to ask you to leave for now.”>I might have something…>How much are we talking for employment fees, here?>write in
>>29697038Leave. We have fuck all for money, no lab and we won't sign a contract
>>29697038Ask if she can TEACH us.
>>29697038>I might have something…So stuff from the HD or what?
>>29697038Miniature Arc Reactor.
>>29697038>>I might have something…Hush hush Dok, We got Arc Reactor blueprints and we want to do what IRON MAN did.
>>29697038>Leave>>29697057We can learn ourselves, preferably when we go to fucking college
Rolled 8>>29697056She accepts ideas though.>>29697059Arc reactor
>>29697038>>I might have something…>>How much are we talking for employment fees, here?
>>29697068We don't have one.
>>29697038>leaveWe don't have the money to employ her
>>29697038You guys seriously want to offer her stuff from the harddrive? Fucking really? She wants money too, we don't have that.Leave.
>>29697038>Leave and say farewell.For now. We can always call on her later if we have the resources she wants.
>>29697038>LeaveWe've done what we can
>>29697038Mention the arc reactor.
>>29697095Theres no harm in asking her range.That way we know what to work towards.
>>29697075We have a robotics genius in front of us, getting an in as a lab assistant in whatever she's going to get up to will be valuable.
>>29697038>I might have something…HD stuff>How much are we talking for employment fees, here?>>29697092We have blue prints
>>29697038Say goodbye and tell her we might contact her again, once we get set up. DO NOT mention that we have the blueprints for Tony Stark's Reactor.
>>29697114We can't PAY her yet without a steady stream of income. We only have 3 grand of disposable income. That's not nearly enough.
>>29697103Don't do this. The full scale plans we have are on par with the hard drive in terms of danger if it got out that we have them.
>>29697069Thispeople think she's crazyif they hear she's working in a mini reactor, the only one who might react is Tony starkEveryone else who heard will likely laugh and believe she couldn't do it. Plus free energy for all, not just stark. No way she'll pass this up
>>29697038>I might have something…Let's at least mention that we had some insights into how Tony miniaturized his arc reactor. See if that gets her interested. It can't hurt.
>>29697129I didn't say pay her, I am talking about us doing work with her in any future endeavors she gets.
>>29697038Voting against giving her blue prints. She told us she wants money, a contract and our identity. We can't afford her right now and we don't even have a lab. Say bye and go home.
>>29697114We just met her, we can't pay her, and we can't trust herAnd no, we don't know her from the future because that version of her was significantly older and different.
>>29697038Say goodbye for now, and DON'T mention the fucking arc reactor.>>29697141What's the point? She can't work unless we give her the resources anyway. We'll need our own place before we hire her AND some goddanm income.
>>29697141We don't have the facilities, funding or resources to pull it off.
>>29697150Guy, she told us we have to interest her AND pay her. We don't have income, we can't do it.
>>29697038Say we'll keep it in mind and bid her adieu.
>>29697178This. Telling her anything about the reactor, or anything we've got, is pointless for now.
>>29697038Leave and do not mention the Arc Reactor to the sociopath that we don't even know yet.
>>29697178eh, no.read the update.it got to pay her OR be interesting.and the fucking arc reactor is interesting, especially after what IRON MAN did.
>>29697178We don't have to pay her if we peak her interest, just see what happens.
>>29697178>Look, seriously, though, get me an interesting enough project or hire me on. That’s the only way I’d work for you.>Look, seriously, though, get me an interesting enough project or hire me on.>get me an interesting enough project or hire me on>or
>>29697202We met her in the future though, how different can she be.
>>29697166Tony stark pulled it off on a shoestring budget
>>29697202Or anything else for that matter. Just leave after saying bye.>>29697216>>29697217We don't have a lab and we don't know /her/. She's a sociopath. Do you go to every scientist you meet and ask them if they'd like to see prints of the arc reactor?
>>29697217We still need a lab. We don't have that.
>>2969722720 years and an alien apocalypse can change someone a lot.
>>29697038Can we ask for her business card or a professional email address?
>>29697250Good idea.Do that, at least.
>>29697267Not. Tony. Stark.
>So, I'm putting this to a vote, then.Same rules as always for these votes-1- Leave, but get a way to get in touch with her2-See if she's interested in the Arc Reactor ideafive minutes
>>29697250Yeah, this would be a good idea. Talk to her once we got a lab somewhere. >>29697267>implying either of us are Stark>2 weeks to build bracersWhy are you even here?
>>29697236True, and this could be a way to get to know her. As for not having a lab we could look into selling a weaker version of our web fluid or the anti-sonic material. It's at least worth considering
>>29697267>Scrap>Stark Weapons TechThese are not the same things.
>>29697323Well, he did scrap the weapons.
>>29697296-It isn't our design to give-We don't know her, future her admitted she's in it for self interest-We don't even have a labWhy are you guys picking 2 again?
>>296972962The ideanot the blue prints
>>29697297Think about what those grappling bracers do. We went from designing them to building a working model in 2 weeks. I don't know anything about engineering myself, but that's gotta be really impressive. And going by our skills we're only 1 level below Stark engineering-wise.
>>29697377You need to post with only the number.
>>296972961she doesn't need to know
>Time, be stopped!
>>29697377>>29697397>not knowing the rules
>>29697397Your vote doesn't count unless it is only the number.
>>29697410Well shit, 1 won.We came here for fucking nothing now. We gave her a letter from the future and she not even going to join us.What a waste of a thread and SP.
>>29697443Thank fucking god.
>>29697443We've got her contact information you gigantic faggot. Just because we're not doing something right now doesn't mean it was pointless. Look beyond your own nose for once.
>>29697443Not really? This will have repercussions down the line. If this was a comic book, which it totally is, this would have been two, three pages of Spiderman delivering the envelope and that would have been fine. A bit of foreshadowing or plot.
>>29697443We met the Sandman and got him to like us, and the letter almost assuredly stopped the good Doctor from doing something disastrous. Wasn't as good as it could have been, but it wasn't useless.
>>29697443We got her contact information and hopefully now she's going to be a force for good.
>>29697443We needed to give her the letter goy. That was the whole point of this. Giving some random talented crazy the blue prints or even the idea is jaw droppingly retarded. Peter knows the future was fucked because of crazies, I don't want ones with stark tech
>>29697443>What a waste of a thread and SPHow does the inside of your ass taste like faggot?Giving someone without empathy the path to an arc reactor is idiotic and we don't even have a lab.
>>29697443>Oh no, we fulfilled the task we promised to do and didn't get rewarded instantly. Boohoo. I'm gunna bitch.Right
>>29697498It's possible to control a sociopath. You just need to be aware that they will constantly try to manipulate you for their own gain.And yes, we have no lab for her to work in.
There was always something from the hard drive- the arc reactor, that could be used to gain her interest, couldn’t it?You shake your head. No.“Afraid I’m going to have to go, Dok. But is there a way I could keep in touch, in case that changes?”The Doctor nods and eventually, after looking around, hands you a business card. “This is my phone, so if you need to reach me, call this.”You give her a nod as you pocket the card and turn to leave. Before you leave, you pause and turns back. “By the way, Doc? This room’s a really unsanitary place to be doing operations. You should clean up, and probably shower.”Her eyes widen as she glances around as you head out- a pillow hitting the wall in front of you as you leave. “I-I AM KNOWING THAT! IT IS STATEMENT OF… OF REBELLION! YOUTH LIKE YOU WOULD NOT UNDERSTAND!”You leave as you hear her yelling, her accent slipping, not german, but to something else. Russian, maybe? You leave and wave at William Baker as you head out, as he wishes for you to have a nice night.Nice guy, him.>roll me 1d100
>>29697527Either way, we did what we came here to do and if we didn't use the SP we probably would've had to sneak in our got the cops called on us.
Rolled 59>>29697544MISFORTUNE AWAITS
>>29697561low's usually better on these, right?
>>29697640Typically, but I can never tell.
>6You head out and decide to patrol around for a bit before heading back- while making sure you aren’t being tailed. Switching back to Peter Parker, you head down the winter streets as you deal with terribly large amounts of people rushing around, doing last, last minute shopping.You glance around, but other than that, there’s nothing to see.>roll me perception 1d20+6, dc24/14
Rolled 2 + 6>>29697688
>>29697659then why answer?
Rolled 12 + 6>>29697688
Rolled 7 + 6>>29697688
Rolled 19 + 6>>29697688Why am I so great
Rolled 16 + 6>>29697688rollin
>>29697709Good enough >>29697729Damn
>>29697696Hair's breadth away from fucking up. Thankfully you didn't.>>29697709Average success. I can deal with this.
>>29697709Well, we didn't totally fail. I guess.
>>29697726Best rolls have been late as fuck. This has happened three times now.
Silence befalls the questers as Cosgrove weaves his post...
>>29697930I'm hoping we notice the Black Cat making her escape from a robbery.
>lower DC met.You barely manage out of the way of a large man in a overly star-decorated coat and hat, who seemed to be carrying large amounts of large, wrapped presents. The man nods thankfully at you before heading on as you hear a young woman yelling at him to hurry up.He continues on his way, into the crowds.Well, that certainly could have gone worse.Regardless, you should probably go ahead and head on home.Christmas Eve shopping is hell.>Peter Parker Quest 41 END>To be continued>I’ll be up for a few if anyone wants to discuss anything. No XP, but I'd be willing to answer a question, perhaps.
>>29697946Large man in gaudy clothes? Sounds like a Jojo character to me.
>>29697946>large man in a overly star-decorated coat and hatWho is this?
>>29697946>a large man in a overly star-decorated coat and hat, who seemed to be carrying large amounts of large, wrapped presents. The man nods thankfully at you before heading on as you hear a young woman yelling at him to hurry up.Yeah, I got nothing.When are you running the next quest?
>>29697946Can we try -look- (and not do something stupid) in to how to make a company that would also keep Peter name anonymous, similar of how Banksy is doing it now.And the name of say company could be "Smart Process Innovation of Devices, Equipments and Research" aka SPIDER because why the hell not when there are already companies/organisation with weird nameds (AIM, HAMMER or SHIELD) ,also nobody would be able to id Peter as spider-man because of the whole proxy companies.>pic related