It is the year 22XX and Humanity has reached the stars. Alas, even though they have 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. Some own multiple worlds. But no matter who you are, 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 disputes. 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/DickishDeadDAQ Master Pastebin with archive links, pastebins, and other miscellania:http://pastebin.com/nNU28gEA
You drag the unconscious body away from the flaring magnesium, dropping the sleeping Lilly on the far wall. Once your done cuffing her hands and ankles you hoist your shield back onto your forearm and nod at Clayton. Clayton holds his hand up to pause your movement onward and to the next room. You wait patiently while he opens up the squad communication channel. “Redskies, Bodrov. Are you two gardening right now?”There is a pause before Maxim replies with his deep rumble. “Ah, I am getting it. Because they are called the Black Lilly, da?”Clayton shakes his head. “Belch, if it were anyone else I’d take that as an implicit statement that you’re both fine and the area isn’t hot. But from you…”“Martian here,” says Marlena unnecessarily, there’s only one grill on the drop here, “We are no longer hot.”“Speaking of hot,” you say, “Fair warning. They’ve got whi-”“Da, white light,” finishes Maxim for you. “I am seeing it almost immediately. Classic for Dallas.”“Good, then you buggers know not to screw around with these bastards,” replies Clayton. “Any persons of interest?”“Nada,” answers Marlena, “No Dallas or his merry band or that rusted Singh.”“Alright then. Just remember, the good doctor is our priority here. Don’t let Dallas and his associates slow you down. Let’s move people. Time is of the essence.”Clayton checks his rifle once more before nodding at you. “Alright Kostov. You take point. I’ll follow.”You nod and begin to walk towards the door on the far left of the room. This one isn’t like the other one, there’s an actual door here, the hinges welded into place, cheap cellulose board providing at least the formality of a door.>How do you proceed?>Kick down door, employ element of fuck you [AGGRESSIVE]>Do something(s) prior to going through the door. Specify what. [CAUTIOUS]
>>31962040open the door a crack and fire a camera
>>31962040>>Do something(s) prior to going through the door. Specify what. [CAUTIOUS]Check the door for traps.Open it very cautiously.
>>31962040I waited a week to remind you, FG.DON'T FORGET THE SHOTGUNAlso, I MISSED YOU, YOU JERK
>>31962040>Do something(s) prior to going through the door. Specify what. [CAUTIOUS]More spy darts.Also, what exactly does that toxin dart do? The spy dart and the tranq I get.
>>31962040We should be careful while handling that door or it might blow up in our face.
>>31962187Silent kill pretty much.
>>31962040>>Do something(s) prior to going through the door. Specify what. [CAUTIOUS]Darts and such
Seems we wish to go the Cautious Route.Roll.
>>31962249Do the victims froth at the mouth when injected? Please tell me they do!
Rolled 9, 6, 7 = 22>>31962302Don't forget the gun.
Rolled 9, 3, 2 = 14>>31962302
Rolled 3, 4, 4 = 11>>31962314
Rolled 2, 4, 5 = 11>>31962302
Rolled 8, 6, 4 = 18>>31962361>>31962387One day you'll remember how to dice...>>31962302
Rolled 6, 7, 10 = 23>>31962302And now to get shot in our unarmored shoulder...
Rolled 10, 7, 10 = 27>>31962302Late, but just to save in the e-mail field
>>31962492Fall Guy. You know what to do.
Rolled 7, 5, 4 = 16>>31962492This..this counts right?
>>31962492Ivan sees you.
>>31962563He asked for it not to so....
>>31962618No, I thought it would be too late, why wouldn't I want it to count?
Reaching down, you pick up the spy dart, the miniscule battery completely depleted, and slide it into a pouch on your tactical rig. You consider the abandoned shotgun for a few seconds as well before snatching it up to, sliding it into a free space on your rig. Using a BART sized shotcannon was pretty fun. Although this might be the “fun sized” version of that, you figure that you could probably put it to “good” use.You walk up to the door and look at it up and down. If what Clayton told you about Dallas is true, then these Black Lillies are trained in being the little guys in the asymmetric warfare game. That means lots of explosives and white light left behind like fucked up easter eggs. You decide that caution is the better part of not dying horribly. You carefully scan the door, looking for potential implements of incineration. After examining it for a few seconds you take a few steps back. There are definitely some wires up in this bitch. You wave Clayton over and point at the offending wires. “Good eye Kostov,” murmurs Clayton, patting you on the back. “You think you can take care of this one?”“Yeah,” you mutter. Explosives removal was part of your technical training anyway. Although you’ve only done work with dummy bombs, you’re still fairly confident in your abilities. Withdrawing a knife, you gently saw the offending “door” off of it’s hinges. Just as you suspected, the thing is set to detonate when the door has been pushed open. By pulling it down you manage to completely negate the trip mechanism. You pull the bomb off of the door.
Shrugging, you shoot a spy dart down the newly opened corridor. You active that video feed in your helmet.“Holy shit though.”“What is it,” asks Clayton, professional calm competing with nerves at your near run in with high explosives.“Far side of the room. There’s a lot of Lillies. You’d think we were in a japanese garden or some shit. And from the looks of it, they’ve got some much heavier ordinance than the batch we just dispatched. I’m seeing seven people total, all armed with ARs and Shotguns. Also, they’ve got a minigun.”“You’re shitting me,” says Clayton as you send him the video feed, “You’re not shitting me. Lovely. There’s basically no cover?”“None. They’ve got the room on lock. And even if we flash banged them, I’m not sure that some enterprising fuck wouldn’t just go nuts on the entrance anyway.”“‘Bout ten meters from our entrance to their nearest firing position.”“Seems right.”>What is your Plan of Attack?
>>31962976TOSS SOME DAT WHITELIGHT AT DEM, WID A FLASHBANGER
Rolled 10, 1, 3 = 14>>31962976Can you remind me what kind of bombs and explosive we have?
>>31962976Flashbang and then throw grenades, a lot of grenades Marlena has a grenade launcher so she can help out and try to grenade individuals who might be out of our throwing range
>>31962976Would a shotgun blast at that range spread wide enough to hit all of them but still be strong enough to distract them with the pellets?Did we bring Greek Fire?Maybe wall run initially to throw off their aim?Or we could chuck the door at them.
>>31963065Marlena is with Maxim on the opposite side of the building. My bad, I really should've posted a refresher after a week long delay.>>31963046These are the explosives Ivan has right now:>3 Flashbangs>4 Smoke Grenades>4 Pepper Grenades>1 Fragmentation GrenadesClayton has four frag grenades of his own, four flashbangs, two smoke, and three pepper.>>31963092Ivan does not have his pirate gun, and therefore no Greek Fire.Gimme a moment, I'll get a mission refresher prepped.
>>31962976Could we try something with the bomb we just disarmed?
>>31962976I don't suppose there is a way to just... go around them?Also dart gauntlet stronk.
>>31963155That'd be an interesting idea
Rolled 8, 6, 8 = 22>>31963153We could smoke them out with smoke grenades and pepper grenades.Or bait them out with the screams of their fallen comrades
>>31963178Well we do have super muscles, so maybe we could manage to chuck it at them before the mini gun turns us into hamburger, seeing as it might take a second to rev up.
Alright, here's the tactical situation right now:Ivan and Clayton are in one team, Marlena and Maxim are in another. The two groups are attacking a warehouse filled with shipping containers making pseudo-rooms from opposite sides to try and capture Dr. Singh.Ivan has:>Tomahawk>Revolver>OMP long range>Bulwark Shield>3 flashbangs>4 smoke>4 pepper>1 frag>1 pilfered shotgun with whatever is loaded in there>A bunch of plastic wrist ties>The Navarro GDDS dart gun system
>>31963200>>31963155Rig the bomb we just disarmed and them lure them out into the trap?
>>31963247>Rig the bomb we just disarmed and them lure them out into the trap?Sounds like a good idea to me
>>31963270How would we lure them though?
People want to rig a bomb? Will this be thrown at the Lillies, or will you be drawing them back into a trap?either way, roll a tech check.
Rolled 10, 2, 3 = 15>>31963291
Rolled 2, 6, 4 = 12>>31963282We can force them out with grenades.>>31963291
>>31963155I was thinking we could... I dunno, chuck it at them like a grenade on steroids (aiming for the Gatling)then activate our shield to provide cover for clay and ourselves. We move in, shoot them with an OMP while they're down. CQC if bullets don't work
Rolled 4>>31963291I think drawing them back to a trap would be better
>>31963304Fucking slow ass 4chan mobile...
Rolled 8, 8, 3 = 19>>31963291
>>31963291Throw it at them. I imagine they wouldn't send all their people into a trap.
Rolled 5, 10, 2 = 17>>31963291
Rolled 4, 8, 1 = 13>>31963291On a side note, what's e ventilation system like in this place and what defenses/protective gear do Ivan and Clay have for the pepper grenades?
Rolled 2, 9, 1 = 12>>31963304This might work. At least trying to blast the mini-gun with the bomb.
Rolled 5, 4, 5 = 14Jesus Christ those rolls.
>>31963409Ivan and Clayton's helmets do a good enough job protecting them from pepper grenades and Flashbangs.Alright, so I think most anons want to fling the explosive into the room? Follow it up by approaching in cover?I'm taking five rolls for the action chain, and if you guys want to specify a back up plan if the throw fails, feel free to tell me one.
Rolled 1, 7, 7 = 15>>31963500
Rolled 6, 8, 2 = 16>>31963500If throw fails, fling flashbangs and grenades to cover our advance
Rolled 10, 1, 7 = 18>>31963500Back up plan: jump behind cover.
Rolled 2, 8, 5 = 15>>31963500Here goes
Rolled 8, 7, 2 = 17>>31963500Please phone, please let this work!
>>31963676Remember, we tell clay our plan and see if he can get off a few shots.
Rolled 5, 8, 2 = 15>>31963535>>31963566>>31963567>>31963639>>31963657Pretty perfectly damn average. At least we don't have a fuckup in there.
Rolled 6, 8, 8, 3, 7, 6 = 38Story rolls.
>>31964068Well, someone got a 22...
“We’re gonna need a bigger ‘nade,” you mutter, glancing around the room. “You can say that again mate,” agrees Clayton as you get to work on the IED. After a few minutes of work, and Clayton’s urgent tapping of his foot, you stand up.“Alright, I think I’ve gotten this thing set up on a timed fuse. Nothing too accurate mind, but I doubt that they’ll have enough time to toss it back.”Clayton nods as you take point. You walk up through the corridor, taking care not to clank too loudly. They know you’re coming, and you don’t plan to be in their direct line of fire, but bullet ricochets are still a thing. Eventually you press yourself against the wall of the storage container. You fiddle around with the bomb until your impromptu time fuse is “lit”.You can’t resist. “Fire in the hole!”You toss the IED Lilly-wards, gratified to hear distant scrambling as people run for cover. You and Clayton wait for the inevitable explosion.And you wait.And wait.You know that there’s probably a bit of bullet time shenanigans going on right now, but you swear to Christ the bomb should not be taking this long to detonate. You poke your head out, and see an equally nonplussed set of Lilly heads poking out of their cover. The lot of you duck back into cover upon seeing one another.
“Seems that bomb didn’t work out quite as well as we hoped Kostov,” says Clayton, yanking a frag grenade out of his rig. “Time to employ more traditional methods.”The grenade flies in the direction of the Lillies. a few seconds later and your helmet shuts out a detonation. A detonation immediately followed by a second much louder and deeper detonation. You are barely able to keep your feet from the blast. The air shudders around you, and you can feel just about all of your internal organs vibrate in your chest. Like standing right in front of the bass at a concert, only ten times worse. “Holy fuck,” you shout, slightly nauseated by the force applied.“Haaaaaa,” groans Clayton, half-laughing. “Good thing you saw that earlier Kostov.”“Right,” you respond, and you ready your tomahawk and shield and blitz into the room.Three of the seven Lillies are not smeared against the wall. They are currently in various states of disarray. You brusquely walk up to them and quickly dispatch them with your tomahawk. Clayton follows you into the room, AR raised and ready.After sending the last Lilly to the waiting room in the sky, you turn to face Clayton. “Well that wa-”>Roll 3d10
Rolled 6, 5, 8 = 19>>31964333
Rolled 9, 1, 5 = 15>>31964333
Rolled 6, 1, 3 = 10>>31964333
Rolled 5, 10, 6 = 21>>31964333
Rolled 2, 7, 6 = 15>>31964333>>Roll 3d10
Rolled 1, 4, 8 = 13>>31964333
Rolled 10, 9, 8 = 27>>31964333
>>31964395GRIT THROUGH IT
Rolled 5, 3, 10 = 18>>31964395That sure is a roll
Rolled 3, 7, 10 = 20>>31964366>>31964367One second...
>>31964563Dude where is that from?
Rolled 9, 10, 6 = 25>>31964649http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1631867/Hollywood remake of a Japanese sci-fi novel called All You Need is Kill
>>31964649It might be that movie with Tom Cruise based off of all you need is kill
Rolled 4, 9, 5 = 18>>31964649Edge of Tomorrow. Adaption of a japanese novel called "All you need is Kill"
>>31964690>>31964682>>31964679Many thanks. I love me some exoskeletons.
Rolled 3, 10, 3 = 16>>31964690I should add, shitty adaptation if the trailers are anything to go by. But I highly recommend the book or manga adaptation.
Rolled 4, 4, 1 = 9>>31964718The novel is pretty good, it's been released in English and you can probably find the ebook version floating somewhere. The manga adaption is good but has horrendous translation if I remember correctly
“Fuck,” you bellow, seizing Clayton by the upper arm and pulling him alongside you as you jump away from a large tower of storage crates. You and Clayton rolls across the ground bouncing against each other. As you do so, Clayton opens up a comm channel.“Mate wha- ooff- the fuck-”Clayton's reprimand is cut off as the same tower of crates that you leapt away from topples over, smashing into the area that the two of you were standing not a moment before. You and Clayton quickly scramble to your feet, you draw you tomahawk and ready your shield while Clayton brings his M-24 up into the firing position. The pair of you stare into the clattering wreckage of storage crates.“Bloody Nora,” grunts Clayton, managing to both sound shocked yet also unphased. It’s really stunning how he’s able to do that.An armored sort of bulldozer machine is slowly pushing it’s way over the wreckage. The cabin is covered in ceramic plates and there are a variety of mounted and manned guns on the impromptu tank. “Why the fuck would they even have that,” you roar as you can Clayton both dive behind cover as the guns on the bulldozer open up.“I don’t know mate,” Clayton bellows back and bullets clatter ominously against the storage crate that the two of you have taken cover behind. “You’re a techie, what do you think we can do about it?”You bite your lip, thinking hard. “Shitfire. I’m not too familiar with farm equipment or whatever. Aim for the treads I guess? These engine blocks are usually either hydrogen fuel cells or something else related, they aren’t about to explode spectacularly. And I don’t think oyur guns are going to do much about that cockpit.”>What do you think?>We should run away for now. Roll 3d10>Attempt to engage, create Plan of Attack>Write In
Rolled 5, 7, 5 = 17>>31964854>>Attempt to engage, create Plan of Attacktry to flank?
>>31964854Remember the white light we said we would bring back to base last thread?Dump it on the treads.
Rolled 1, 3, 2 = 6>>31964810Nah the manga is fine if I recall. Just read a chapter released like a week ago and I didn't see anything amiss. Some people don't like how "cute" they made Rita though.>>31964854Don't we still have some Whitelight? Molitoves are damn effective at fucking up treads/ suffocating the occupants.
Rolled 5, 6, 8 = 19>>31964854This>>31964913
Rolled 6, 6, 5 = 17>>31964854Hopefully it's less armored on the bottom?
>>31964854Fucking with their vision of us is an immediate priority. Did we notice any cameras/sensors or anything like that on the outside, or does it look like they're using the eyeball mark 1? If they have to look through the cockpit we might be able to make smoke grenades stick to things with a bit of engineering and fuck with their line of sight that way.
>>31964920>>31964913>>31964943Totally forgot about the white light you grabbed. Yes, you absolutely have some and you can absolutely dump it on treads etc.
Rolled 9, 3, 10 = 22>>31964999So smoke 'em then toss some liquid warcrime on the treads or other sensitive point perhaps?
So smoke grenades followed by white light?Give me rolls. Think I'll only need 4 for this one.
Rolled 1, 7, 9 = 17>>31965093
Rolled 1, 9, 8 = 18>>31965093
Rolled 8, 9, 8 = 25>>31965093
Rolled 5, 9, 1 = 15>>31965093
>>31965122Nice roll there.
Rolled 8, 8, 9 = 25>>31964920Oh I didn't realize another group picked up the manga, Kissu was uniquely awful though
Rolled 1, 8, 10 = 19>>31965166What is with the homoerotic pictures of that guy in a red suit?You have been showering, haven't you?
>>31965122>>31965182Roll 2 "25s" in a row, nbd
>>31965201Hue.No, that's Blake Griffin. Player for the LA Clippers. I've been watching a lot of basketball recently, and he's been doing these commercials for Kia that crack me the fuck up. Figured they'd make for good reaction images.Also just a smattering of homo
You put your tomahawk away and draw out the canister of white light. “Clayton. Smoke me.”Clayton stares at the jellied magnesium in your hand with disgust that is evident even through his helmet. “That’s a war crime in a can right there mate.”“Only if you use it on people” you reply with a wolfish smile.Clayton takes a second to process what you sad. “I like the way you think Kostov.”You duck low and clayton tosses a smoke grenade out from behind the storage container. You wait a few seconds before dashing into the smoke. As you do so, Clayton opens fire with his AR, trying to draw the attention of the tankdozer while you get into position. You stumble through the smoke, grateful that Clayton is drawing the dozer’s fire right now. You doubt you’d get so far if he weren’t keeping those guys on the guns distracted. Eventually your hand makes contact with what you can only assume is one of the wheels of the tankdozer. You smile to yourself as you drop the canister of white light onto the tread. You leap away from the intense heat, already very nearly intolerable just upon lighting. You blitz out of the cloud of smoke and leap behind another storage crate on the outside of the cloud.“Clayton, I’ve lit up the treads. That thing won’t be going anywhere.”“Good on ya Kostov. That doesn’t take care of those assholes on the guns though.”“Yeah well,” you reply, “They’re hardly protected are they?”“True enough,” grunts Clayton. You can overhear the sound of bullets bouncing against his crate over the commlink.The smoke from Clayton’s grenade is already clearing away. This warehouse must have quite the robust ventilation system installed. You can already see the fuzzy outline of the tankdozer through the smoke>plan of attack
>>31965602Flashbang, then climb into the cockpit of the bulldozer and go to town
Rolled 10, 7, 9 = 26>>31965602Not sure what do do here.We could try to snipe down the guns themselves, as they are woefully unprotected.The cabin is too heavily armored to attack it directly.
>>31965602>Have Clayton keeping them focus>Rush the tankdozer with tomahawk>kill the gunners>cut into the cockpit
Rolled 3, 10, 2 = 15>>31965727This. Go around the back while there is still smoke for cover. If there are any assholes on rear mounted guns, toxin dart them, then start climbing. Keep in contact with Clay so he doesn't fire on a position where we are at.
Rolled 4, 1, 5 = 10>>31965727If the mounted guns aren't too mobile, we could attack it from behind to insure our safery.
>>31965797That's true, we should also keep our shield up just in case
>>31965797on a homegrown dozer tank like this I would be legitimately amazed if the guns had a firing arc that went all around the contraption.My thoughts are that the guns are on forward facing arcs and assuming this tractor thing is similar to a tractor you'd see today the guns wont be able to turn around all the way.We should be safe approaching from the back.
Rolled 1, 4, 8 = 13>>31965890We should still be wary of a possible rear gunner. Seems like something you would add if all the guns have limited firing arcs.
>>31965924True, I'm also thinking that the guns are being fired from firing slits cut into the armored cabin. It stands to reason then that whoever put this together would leave a firing slit on the back to watch for exactly what we're doing.We should approach quietly with our shield up. Just in case
Rolled 5, 1, 5 = 11>>31965924Good call, but keep in mind that this thing wasn't designed by people halfway competent with weapon or vehicle design.
>>31965944I wouldn't mind some clarification from Fall as to how the guns are placed in this regard.
>>31965966I'm assuming "Dallas" had some input and he seems like a pretty smart berk.
Rolled 6, 2, 7 = 15>>31965995Smart? Probably.His competence lies in training terrorists. He probably doesn't really care about how long the people he trains live, he just need them long enough to go out with a bang.There is probably a slit for a gun at the rear, but its unlikely to be a mounted gun like those at the front. It would be a waste of ressources.
>>31966107Hmmm. Hopefully. In that case we should just be able to stick our OMP in and hose 'em down. Or shotgun if you please.
Sorry, had to do laptop maintenance for roommate>>31965944Guns are mounted on body of tankdozer, with some limited armoring. They are still mostly open though. In return, they have wide arcs of fire, about 120 degrees or so. There are two near the front and their fields of fire overlap slightly in front. There are two more in the back, and their fields of fire overlap significantly.
>>31966200So instead of the back, we would be safer (relatively) approaching from the side?
Rolled 2, 7, 3 = 12>>31966200Whoa, so there is 5 people squeezed in that tiny cabin? Must be getting sweaty and homoerotic in there.We may have to reconsider our plan. We could take out a gun or two to create an opening.
>>31966200Mostly open as in we can shoot into them? Cause it sounds like we could just go to the side and reach over to blindfire into the tank/throw a nade.
>>31966200Doesn't look like we can get at it without drawing some fire so the best option would be closing the distance between us and the gunners quickly
>>31966247It's okay. There's a shower built in.
>>31966247They're not in the cabin. They're kinda on positions on the body of the tankdozer. Quite exposed as it were.>>31966252That is a viable option.>>31966266hue
Are we figthing future killdozer?
Rolled 10, 6, 8 = 24>>31966283The gunner are in the open?So lets just shoot them.
Alright, shoot or axe?
>>31966339Okay first we give the dozer a good spray from the back then we cut it open
>>31966306That might work. Hit at angle where only one gun can fire at us, have our shield, pop pop with the revolver.
Rolled 9, 2, 9 = 20>>31966339Shoot a couple of the gunner
>>31966353Shield+revolver. After we are clear, tomahawk while climbing on it.
>>31966339Shoot, we're still trying to move outta the suicide watch right?
>>31966339We should approach on the blindspot on the side and use the side of the tank for cover firing at the two gunners on our side.Then we could climb up and axe or fire remaining guns or stay at the side and pop out firing from each comer of the tank to get the last gunners.
>>31966391Shit meant to link to:>>31966339
Alright, seems we're going to try and shoot the gunners before putting up shield and tomahawk and axing them out close and personal.I need seven rolls yo!
Rolled 4, 5, 8 = 17>>31966453
Rolled 4, 4, 3 = 11>>31966453>Alright, seems we're going to try and shoot the gunners before putting up shield and tomahawk and axing them out close and personal.
Rolled 6, 3, 10 = 19>>31966453
Rolled 9, 3, 8 = 20>>31966453
Rolled 9, 10, 4 = 23>>31966453
Rolled 4, 2, 3 = 9>>31966453
Rolled 5, 6, 7 = 18>>31966453Doin' it
Rolled 5, 2, 3 = 10>>31966453
Rolled 1, 5, 6 = 12>>31966453Rrrrrollin.
Not the strongest of rolls... 8C
Rolled 2, 1, 6 = 9>>31966502>>31966494>>31966480Fuck
Rolled 6, 8, 4 = 18>>31966453Fuck...
Rolled 6, 1, 6 = 13>>31966453Come on, big money
Rolled 3, 8, 3 = 14.
Rolled 4, 7, 5 = 16>>31966520Only one of those 3 made it into the first 7 rolls
Rolled 3, 2, 8 = 13.
Rolled 3, 1, 10 = 14.
Rolled 2, 4, 9 = 15>>31966453Rolling for rollings sake.
Alright, I got what I need to write. Probably won't go past the tankdozer fight scene, I need to study for finals. Will be lurking for Q&A thoughor to shoot the shit
Rolled 2, 9, 1 = 12.
Rolled 10, 11, 7 = 28.
Rolled 1, 1, 2 = 4>>31966633
>>31966633>3d12Whatcho doin there anon?
Rolled 9, 1, 4 = 14>>31966633This is how a real man does it
Rolled 1, 1, 2, 3, 3, 1, 2, 3, 3, 1, 3, 2 = 25>>31966668
Rolled 1, 1, 1 = 3>>31966719.
Rolled 7, 4, 3 = 14>>31966650You will be the death of us, anon.
Rolled 7, 6, 7 = 20>>31966768I am very glad that that isn't a roll that will be used....
Rolled 100, 86, 37, 42, 81, 22, 1, 26, 85, 1, 4, 7, 81, 94, 9, 23, 45, 6, 12, 94, 54, 53, 76, 73, 89 = 1201>>31966668
>>31966768>Rolled 3d1: 1, 1, 1 = 3Think you're clever, don't you?
Rolled 3, 5, 4 = 12>>31966792You should probably get 4chan x anon
>>31966784Nah that shit was intentional. To highlight the silliness of his rollan.
Rolled 3, 10, 6 = 19>>31966798KOREKT
Rolled 5, 7, 7 = 19>>31966668Hey fallguy, I just thought of something. Can we loot the tankdozer?
>>31966812I really just don't get why people do that shit. I guess for attention?
>>31966869Let's have a minute's silence to remember our comrade.
>>31966869He was kinda a dick. I don't miss him.
>>31966848Well, it's not about to come on the HOEV back to the Brick with you. Shits heavy dawg. Also, you melted a wheel and a tread.
Rolled 8, 7, 5 = 20>>31966928Awwww :( It could have been our battle chariot. Btw what is the maximum weight the HOEV can carry?
>>31966941JESUS CHRIST MAN
>>31966928Like what would we even use if for? Unless the Brick has death races. Cause that would be baller.
>>31966966No idea. But an armor plated bulldozer expy is too much for it.
Rolled 8, 1, 10 = 19>>31966981We could ware the BART armour while driving it and mount a really big gun on the front, also paint frowny faces all over it to strike fear into the enemy
>>31967026Okay yeah, Fall. If we get another "Fun" mission, can we have televised death races please? Like Wacky Racers but with Mad Jack in a crazy kill-mobile.
>>31967083THEFUKCINGBOARSGODDAMNITFUUUUCK*ahem* excuse me, just had SoC flashbacks.
>>31967083Man, I haven't played Stalker but wouldn't it have been smarter to just start shooting those dogs while backing away rather than turning and running?
>>31967162You move considerably slower moving backwards than you do forwards.
>>31967162Wasn't such a smart stalker.
You inhale deeply, and exhale. You don’t know why, but every time it seems you want to use your Model 223, things always go pear shaped. It’s time to just take things easy and pick off these stupid turret manning bastards before the have the presence of mind to see where the other guy they nearly ran over went. You stand up and take another deep calming breath. Just one. As you exhale you squeeze the trigger.The Model 23 bucks in your hand like an unruly mega-mule, the absurdly large caliber straining to send the barrel of the gun smacking into your face. You hold steady however, and the bullet sails true through the air. The back of one of the Lillies on the front turret explodes into a mess of crimson and brown viscera against the useless armor plating. At this point, the irregulars have noticed that there’s something more irregular than them going on and are turning around. Your next shot goes wide, bouncing off of the impressively armored cockpit of the tank dozer.Scowling to yourself you raise your shield and begin to move towards the rapidly shrinking area where the three remaining gunner can’t hit you. You come to a halt and fire, hoping against hope that this one will connect.It does, and the head of one of the rear gunners explodes into fragments of bone and brain. You rapidly holster your Model 223 and leap into the air, drawing your tomahawk as you do so. You land on the chassis of the tankdozer, your mag-grip boots clanging with a loud finality against the steel frame. A quick application of magnetic grip and you’ve regained your footing. You fire your Model 223 into the last remaining rear gunner, the revolver bellows it’s fury and the Lilly’s chest inverts through his spine and splatters against the storage crates behind him.
You silently turn to face the last gunner. This man has actually brought his gun in line with you. Cursing furiously your raise your shield just in time to intercept a hail of gunfire. Most of it anyway. A stray bullet catches you on your unarmored shoulder, hitting you like a hammer. You fall off of the tankdozer, bouncing against the ground of the the warehouse, gritting your teeth in pain.Just then a burst of rifle fire.You lie on the ground, stewing in the pain in your shoulder as Clayton walks up to you, resting his M 24 on his shoulder nonchalantly. “Dumb bastards seem to have a poor grasp on object permanence,” he chuckles, shaking his head. “Good distraction there Kostov. Any longer and they would’ve gotten through my cover.”Clayton pulls you to your feet by your good arm and gestures at the storage crate he was hiding behind. The front wall of the container is riddled with holes, and the back one was some worrying dents. “Way I see it,” Clayton says, cracking his knuckles, “I won’t mention that you thought it was a good idea to hop on top of an armored vehicle if you don’t mention that I tried to engage the bloody thing with a goddamn assault rifle.”>say something to Clayton?>Last update of the night before I do some Q&A or whatever.
>>31967353"Mah Nigga." Or aboriginal. What ever in appropriate in the future.Fist bump.
>>31967353>>say something to Clayton?Are implying that either of these were bad ideas?
>>31967353>>31967400*"mah [african american companion]"
>>31967327>Mega-muleAre there Hyper Oats as well?
>>31967411Heh. I like it.
“You implying either of those were bad ideas?”“Only if I want to be a little bitch about it,” replies Clayton, his face on the video feed breaking in an adrenaline charged grin. After a few seconds the adrenaline grin slides off, replaced by a more somber and slightly bothered expression. “But in all seriousness. Let’s not do that again. Good way to get killed.”“Hey Clayton,” you say raising your hands. “I can be cautious too. Remember who disarmed that bomb? And found the damn thing?”Clayton shrugs. “Fair enough Kostov. Fair enough. Shit. Enough jawing. We need to get moving.”You nod briefly. “Right. But where do we go? There’s about a million options.”The two of you consider the possibilities that the tankdozer have opened up for you.>To be continued.
And that's all for tonight folks. Sorry about the short thread, but I need to rebuild my QM endurance.Great to be back in the saddle with you guys, really great. Missed doing this.Anyway, I'll be lurking to do Q&A or whatever.Next thread is probably going to be on Thursday. Probably won't be too long though, what with finals going on next week.
>>31967720>Thanks for running. Good luck on the finals.Oh look what I found just laying over here. What are the odds.
>>31962228Also, let's all just take a moment to appreciate some Larro done art of Svenja eating that eclair.Hnng
>>31967720>Great to be back in the saddle with you guys, really great. Missed doing this.Yeah, we missed this too, FG.Just next time, please, warn us? I seriously thought something really bad happened. Like, head-on car crash bad.
>>31967720Thanks for coming back :D
>>31967804Darwfag oh drawfag, why are you so based?Seriously, this is some top flight shit.>>31967827Hahaha-oh jeez now I feel guilty.I'll try to keep you guys more in the know next time I drop off the Earth.>>31967856It was a pleasure!
>>31967523Is the text on that screen cap directly related to the image?What's going here anon?
>>31967816>LewdI'll see your eclair and raise you 3 black bars. I mostly did this layer for practice. New technique kinda worked, but still took awhile to get the tones right. I like other drawfag's take on her as well. Might steal the clothes designs in the future.
>>31967973save it before the mods fine it!
>>31967931Its from an anime. Hyper Oats are a super food that, in the show, gave Japan complete food autonomy. They no longer had to import food, as they do now, and so it gave them the ability to implement some very shady measures to ensure public peace, since they weren't beholden to the outside world. Anime is Psyco-Pass, the text is kind of a joke/ meme that came from it.
>>31968035Hmm okay.Something to look into once Finals are done.
>>31968113Sorry if that response was odd. Been drinking. Regardless, fun show. Has a decent dub if you don't like subtitles.
>>31968186Nah you're explanation was fine anon. I'm just trying to keep from picking anything up until I'm done with this semester.
>>31968251Say, FG? That shotgun we picked up from the Lilly? Is it a standard MSPE 2093, or, since you did mention Mars might be involved, some other shotgun common to the fascist hippies?Also, since we're on it, do different corps use different weapons? Are there even different weapons for purchase at similar levels, IE, what would be the equivalent of an OMP?
>>31968854Probably not a Standard MPSE. I'll have to figure out a fun and appropriately themed Martian name for it though.As for your other question, many corps buy from the same weapons manufacturers, but there are several on the market, obviously.There are counterparts to the OMP, MPSE, M 24, all those good things, but I haven't bothered with thinking of names for them. StrikeOut generally buys the highest quality weapons for it's tech level.
>>31969169Not really a question, but kind of interesting...Did you know that, in shoujo ai manga, lilies represent lesbians?I remembered that when Ivan mentioned Japanese gardens. Figured you could do something entertaining with that little tidbit.
>>31969388...Should I google what shojou ai is?
>>31969506Shounen ai=BLShojou ai=GL
>>31969536>parsing...So lesbian stuff?
>>31969562Yup, although quality and NSFW levels may vary. Some are just Slice of Life with some undertones, others are...well, let's just say people don't read them for realistic character interactions.
>>31969506No, not really.Basically, it's comics about high school lesbians. It focuses on how "Pure" and "Romantic" the characters love is. They're popular among guys in Japan, like how Yaoi (man-love) comics are popular with women....I've been part of the fandom for far too long, I suppose...
>>31969654WARNING, UNSAFE LEVELS OF handholding AND blushing. WEAR SUITABLE PROTECTIVE GEAR BEFORE ENGAGING.
>>31969598>That last parthue>>31969654Alright, so it's a mix of fap-bait and emotional stuff?>>31969734I'll never understand Japan.
>>31962228Based Larro. That's some funny stuff right there
>>31969804>a mix of fap-bait and emotional stuff?You've just described it so goddamn perfectly that I could use it as a definition in a dictionary. Kudos, sir.
This may seem an odd question, but are some of you people who came to /tg/ due to FUCK Quest being moved?And if so, how'd you end up in this here quest?
>>31970090>sighno Fall Guy, you just have a much lower power level than the general average of /tg/
>>31970130Damn! I was rather excited at the prospect of picking up a crossboarder or two.
>>31970090I frequent other boards, and I follow this quest.But not /a/.
>>31970146if it's any consolation, I first started lurking in /a/, then went to /tg/ when I learned about quests, and THEN went to other /tg/ stuff.I've learned a lot about game mechanics and making fluff.