Peter Parker Quest: Issue 56Rules: http://pastebin.com/qL22yuFi>Character sheet: http://pastebin.com/K10uk8q7>My twitter: https://twitter.com/QuestOpCosgrove>Archives: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=Peter%20Parker%20Quest>Peter’s Invention concepts: http://pastebin.com/PCecsN5y>????So, let’s talk a bit more. You know there was a bird once. It was beautiful, its eyes the color of the captivating azure skies that had once covered the world. Upon this bird’s head was an azure crest that resembled a flaming crown. The bird had no others of its kind and so it soared through the crimson skies alone.But, even though it was alone, it was happy. Because someone was there, taking care of it. It was an old man, the years had taken his joyful vitality and recklessness along with his leg, and replaced them with the quiet sorrowful wisdom and kindness of age. He took care of the bird and told it of the skies that had once been the same blue as the bird’s eyes.He tried to teach the bird, but it was rebellious and young. And so, after an argument, the bird flew from the man, angry and frustrated. When it had finally calmed down, it realized what it had done and returned to the man with a speed that would have equaled Hermes. And when it arrived there, she saw that the lights were on- entering, the bird looked for the man and found him sitting at the table waiting for the bird to return in reconciliation, having made it’s favorite meal.But the food was long cold.And so was the man.The bird cried for the man to move. To give one of his sad smiles. To do something, anything.But the man would never move again. Smile again. So the bird wandered the world under crimson skies aimlessly. Never tiring. Never stopping. Always searching for a way to undo its mistake.Pleading for a way to see the man once more.>1/2
>>32402511From the shadows, a skeleton with green eyes and death’s black gown offered a corpse’s grin as it rose upon a pile of its kin to reach the heights of the bird. The bird paused as the skeleton called for its attention, its silken voice almost lyrical with an offer.“In return for your wings, which let you travel this world, you will once again be with the man.”The bird desperately agreed as the skeleton brought forth its wicked clawed hands, tearing the wings from the bird as utter blackness opened up beneath them.And the bird, no longer with its beautiful wings, fell forever, surrounded only by darkness as the red skies were swallowed up.Pretty sad story huh? Would you like to know how it ends?Another time, perhaps.>Resuming PPQ>Last time!Having built the prototype bio-rechargeable battery along with assistance from Doctor Spyral, the duo finished just in time for the meeting at Stark Industries. Furthermore, it seems that the Kingpin will be doing some sort of operation in little over a week!>Meeting at Stark Industries: NOWFollowing the woman, you and the other students form into a line and follow her and her bodyguard, who carefully looks back and keeps an eye on you and the others who were invited. You’re led through several rooms until you reach a large room with a number of tables and chairs. The far end of the room, there’s a large window and what looks like a stage, and in front of that is a large table, covered in a cloth.The redheaded woman addresses the room, gesturing at the tables. “If you all wouldn’t mind having a seat, Mister Stark will be here shortly. Please hold all questions, comments, or concerns until the end.”She walks with the large gentleman as the two quietly converse as everyone slowly mills into the seats as requested, most people making sure to keep whatever they brought close to them. Gwen’s sitting a few tables away, looking a bit nervous.>2/3
>>32402532>[ ]Sit and wait quietly for Stark>[ ]Try to get Gwen attention and talk with her>write in
>>32402555>[X]Try to get Gwen attention and talk with herFirst Godzilla, now Rodan?What's next?Daidako?
>>32402555>[ ]Try to get Gwen attention and talk with her
>>32402555>>[ ]Try to get Gwen attention and talk with herFind out what she did, I bet it's pretty cool.
>>32402555>>[ ]Try to get Gwen attention and talk with her
>>32402555>>[ ]Try to get Gwen attention and talk with her"Hey, thanks for helping me out with the info, I really appropriate that." Also lets see what she made.
>>32402555>>[ ]Try to get Gwen attention and talk with herI wonder what she worked on
Did we get Pym's number from Spyral?
>>32402775"I've developed an invisible intangible adhesive that allows me to climb walls!"
>>32402799Don't thinks so BUT there is chance if we science up with Spyral few more times we will meet him.
>>32402511>>32402532That was a lot better than your usual writing, Cos.I'm almost suspicious.
>>32402823>>32402775"I developed an simple and cheap bio-glue-like material that can safely cover any injuries, it also disappears after an hour "
>Gwen was too busy looking into our thing to create something to impress stark
>>32402937In previous thread she say she was also working on something else
>>32402937She literally told us she was working on something between doing that.We weren't too busy Spidermanning every now and then to do our thing.
Damnit Cos the feels......glad you´re running
>>32402937Do you really think that little favor was going to eat up all 16 hours of her day?
In before /tg/ whips out the unpattented blueprints, takes full credit for it, then makes Gwen super salty and sad as Tony steals it for himself.
>>32403145We don't want to double-cross Spyral. Especially since someone taking credit for her idea was how she got booted from the scientific community in the first place.Plus, she knows our secret identity. We have to keep on her good side.
>>32403145In this case we can always blackmail him by putting the mini repulse reactor on wiki leaks.
Gwen wanted to talk to peter so go do so.
>>32403188Our secret identity isn't that important.
>>32403145But the blueprints were already patented.
>>32403145Its already been patented.Under both Peter and Spyral's name.
>>32402532So, this is either Stella-feels or the creepy Vulture'll be showing up soon, huh?Or both. Both is good.
>>32403145I am fully expecting /tg/ to go pants on head retarded so I wouldn't be shocked if the shit stars fully aligned.
>>32403145That would be dumb. We should wait for him to ask about why we made it, then just say 'I was curious about how bioelectricity compares with an arc reactor for sustainable energy. Sop I whipped up one of each and started testing them." and then pull out the portable arc reactor we made in our basement (without even a box of scraps) and deploy shit-eating-grin.smug
>>32403354Or we could just go "I got the idea from your suit and tried to make a renewable power source that uses the human body." and maybe mention something about arc reactors and how he's dealing with the palladium leakage.
>>32403414This. Also, remember to credit Spyral. No use alienating the one person we have to help us science things.
>>32403414>mention something about arc reactors and how he's dealing with the palladium leakage.Only if we manage to catch Tony by himself and have a personal chat.
>>32403457Intimate arc reactor knowledge is our best bet at geting his attention for real. And having figured this out doesn't outright reveal we have privileged info.
Spectacular Spectacular Spider-Thread
>>32402708You mean "appreciate".
>>32403760I blame the new auto-correction
>>32403457And then Black Widow repels down from the ceiling and asks us if her cleavage smells like chloroform.There's no WAY this ISN'T a shield sting.
>>32403825>asks us if her cleavage smells like chloroformThat's a pretty odd thing to ask.
>>32403825i can think of worse ways to go anon.
Quietly, you try to get Gwen’s attention. Eventually she breaks out of her thoughts and looks over at you, giving you a nervous grin. Unlike the rest of them, while she’s dressed to impress, she doesn’t seem to have anything with her. “Ended up on personal errands a lot, so I was a bit busy to make anything and I figured if I was invited here, it was proof enough and that I shouldn’t bring anything- especially if it wasn’t something impressive, you know?”Adjusting her glasses she gives a weak grin at you as you notice several people around you starting to look a bit self-conscious, quietly pulling further away from you and Gwen. You scratch at your chin, slightly chagrined, and try to change the subject.“So, what errands were you up to?”Clearing her throat, Gwen breaks eye contact and looks away. “Well, stuff. I was looking into a few things, had to meet some people and do a few errands for my dad. Anyway… I hope Mister Stark shows up here so-”The both of you cut off as you hear the window begin opening and look towards it as a red and gold figure descents onto the stage and lands with a loud metallic clang. As Iron Man stands up, dozens of small mechanical arms extend from the stage and begin to disassemble the armor, revealing Tony Stark in a pair of black dress pants, a white dress shirt, and a bowtie. Checking something, he then pockets whatever he had and continues.>1/???
>>32403891>Unlike the rest of them, while she’s dressed to impress, she doesn’t seem to have anything with her.
>>32403891Poor Gwen.At least it wasn't our thing that screwed things up.Unless she's just being polite.
>>32403891>Clearing her throat, Gwen breaks eye contact and looks away. “Well, stuff. I was looking into a few things, had to meet some people and do a few errands for my dad.What, no Sense Motive check?
>>32403891Stepping down from the stage, he takes a jacket from the larger man and puts it on in one solid motion and seems to say something to the bodyguard and woman. He then pauses and looks back, as if seeing you and the other guests for the first time. Adjusting something on his neck, he then clears his throat, which you all hear loudly over the speakers. Giving a smile, Tony Stark adjusts his sleeve’s collar nonchalantly.“Sorry about the delay, I just flew in from California.”He pauses. “And no, my arms aren’t tired. We’re not doing that joke.”Clapping his hands, he steps forward in front of all the desks, right by the covered table.“Anyway, you all know who I am and I know vaguely who you all are, so let’s cut to the chase. I’ve invitied you, New York’s Best and Brightest here for an opportunity. And if you’ve noticed my staff haven’t taken your phones or checked you for recording devices, you should know its because it doesn’t matter if you tell people what I say here. Hell, put it on youtube.” Pacing by the table, Tony Stark scans the crowd. “Anyway, the point is- the point is… I’m here to give you all an opportunity. Now, I’ve noticed you’ve all probably brought things to impress me You’re all supposed to be smart, talented. Well, I’m going to give you the ability to put your money where your mouth is.”A screen- the closed window, in fact- lights up as Tony rips the tarp off the table, revealing a diorama of what looks almost like a fairground. It takes a second as you place it-“This is the traditional layout design for the Stark expo, and I’m offering to give each and every one of you a chance to show off what you can cook up when it happens. I don’t take just anything, this is a chance to be part of a science think tank the world hasn’t seen in decades. So, if you want in, I’m going to let you have the chance.”>2/3
>>32403934>>32403957I told you bro
>>32403891...we really screwed her over, huh.
>>32403957>>32403934>I figured if I was invited here, it was proof enough and that I shouldn’t bring anything- especially if it wasn’t something impressiveGwen knows what's up.>both of you cut off as you hear the window begin opening and look towards it as a red and gold figure descents onto the stage and lands with a loud metallic clangWho DIDN'T see him entering the room that way. Christ what a lovable asshole.
>>32403974He pauses and looks down at his wrist. “I’ve still got the time to look talk for a bit, so now that I’ve got that out of the way- more details will be forwarded to all of you who came here- I think we’ve still got some time. Pepper? Do we have time?”Looking at his assistant, Ms. ‘Pepper’ Potts, the woman clears her throat, looks at her blackberry and then nods. Turning back, Tony Stark claps his hand. “Great. So, here’s the rules kiddos. I’m going to walk by your table and you’ve got the chance to ask me one question and show off whatever you’ve brought. And, no, I’m not doing autographs.”Starting at the first desk, Tony’s obviously turned off his microphone as he, his assistant and her bodyguard talk with the person there. Elsewhere, everyone else’s faces run from worried to ashen, shaken, and all but panicking. Gwen’s taking a moment to compose herself as Stark seems a bit bored as he, rather quickly seems to be progressing through the guests.>roll me a willpower, please- 1d20+4
>>32403990>>32403979We need to go for full support.
Rolled 3 + 4>>32404005
Rolled 2 + 4>>32404005
Rolled 10 + 4>>32404005
Rolled 13 + 4>>32404005Here we go!
Rolled 8 + 4>>32404005If we fail, we're going to fanboy so hard, aren't we?
>>32404023wrenloft, dont take it badly but i dont think you should roll tonight.
Rolled 11 + 4>>32404028I hope a 10 is good enough.Question should be about the palladium bleedoff.
>>32403974This expo is going to get hit SO HARD
>>32404028Okay. A 14. Just tell him about the palladium thing. That's all we need.
>>32403891Show off.>>3240402814 is goodish, right?
>>32404077I bet this is the Iron Man 2 Expo that gets hit by Titanium Man and the Hammer Drones.>>32404068Seconding the question should be about the Palladium Bleedoff.
>>32404028Eh... this might be good enough? I hope?>>32404005Well now, he is obviously bored, so lets give him something to ponder, shall we?>"Mr. Stark, how do you deal with the palladium bleed-off?"
Do we have any sp left?
>>32404125Of course not.
Ok like I said in the last thread if peter impresses stark we can pull strings for gwen and tell of her work or how smart she (bonus if we reveal we r spider man and we tell him she helped with our gadgets
>>32404041Spaghetti-Man Spaghetti-ManAwkward neighborhood Spaghetti-ManFlings pasta right out of his hand
>>32404127We do, actually.2 points.
>>32404125http://pastebin.com/K10uk8q7We have 2
Rolled 6 + 4>>32404125We have one.Do we want to boost?
>>32404125I think we have 2 SP actually.
>>32404158I'd say so, since this minor incident could have far reaching consequences.
>>32404158I think so, yes.
>>32404158Sure why not
>>32404063He'll never listen. Anyways. I say our question is asking about the Pallidium bleed-off with the arc reactor.
>>32404125If we don't know the DC, let's not use it.For all we know it could just be Peter being slightly star-struck.>>32404131This, we need to put a good word out for Gwen.
>>32404151Should we spend one, this could really pay off.
>>32404158Nope, 14 should be good enouth
>>32404194If we do, the result will be an 18. We don't even know the DC, so what's the use? It's a coin flip.Usually, on really important things, Cos gives us the difficulty check beforehand.
>>32404158Think its 2 actually, and we might aswell.
>>32404227On second thought, I'd agree with you.
>>32404227Let's not spend it. Honestly if Peter flubs it is perfectly in character. This is a famous engineer/sciencey guy he looks up to.
Cos didn't give us the dc, so this means this isn't win/lose roll, more like "how do Peter deal with meeting his science idol" type of roll
Guys, not every roll needs to be above 20. Let's save those points for when we Spider-Man.Sure, Peter might drop some spaghetti, but so what? We can still ask our question.14 isn't a bad roll.
>>32404227>>32404227But we have 2, I really don't see any point not spending one.
>>32404232nah, i think its completely normal to be just a little star-struck when motherfuckin tony stark comes up to you.>>32404180hm i like it but maybe its too forward?, or im just too paranoid?
>>32404272Because we only have two, and we probably will need both of them when fighting Mysterio/Green Goblin/whoever?
>>32404286It would get his attention, especially if he hasn't realized it yet. It may subtly indicate we have info on arc reactors, but all in all it peaks Tony's interest in us which can be a good thing.
>>32404286It ought to be forward. We're essentially revealing that we know how the mini arc reactor works. We don't know how he's going to react, but he's a goddamn superhero like us. All that will happen is that he'll want to have some words with us to make sure we're not from some malicious corporate competitor.
>>32404362Exactly. I just want to see Tony's face.
>>32404319Lets just ask him, it would be better if we asked first before anyone else does
You take deep calming breaths to… well, calm yourself. Hey, you’re meeting Tony Stark. This is kind of a big deal. And really, you’d hate to be the guy who freaks out and hyperventilates and vomits on Tony Stark.That will not be how Tony Stark remembers Peter Parker. No sir.You clench and unclench your hands and try not to think about anything. Right up until he gets to Gwen- who is only a short distance from you. You see her converse with Tony Stark for a moment and you think Miss Potts might look impressed. From Stark’s body language he seems to be just making small talk and then he extends his hand forward- you can’t heart what they’re talking about, but you notice that Tony whistles- even from here you can hear it. Unlike with the rest of them, when Tony leaves Gwen’s table, it seems like he’s been there for a little while- the tables between your and hers are quickly passed over by Stark, who looks more and more unimpressed. Finally he walks up to your table as you swallow the bile in your throat, you hands feel sweaty and your heart is racing. Looking unimpressed with hands in his pocket, Tony Stark raises an eyebrow at Pepper as you hear her whisper your name.“Well, let’s see what you’ve got Mister Parker. Hmm, name’s a bit familiar but can’t place it. Regardless, if you wouldn’t mind?”Swallowing, you nod and pull out the battery- its currently the size of a small golf cart battery, but you pull out design concepts and take a deep breath.>Cinematic Battle time>Target: Impress Tony Stark!>roll me 2d6, please!
Rolled 1, 6 = 7>>32404419
Rolled 1, 3 = 4>>32404419
Rolled 6, 1 = 7>>32404419
Rolled 4, 5 = 9>>32404419
>>32404447>>32404448>>32404453>All of these have oneWHAT DOSE THIS MEANS?
Rolled 1, 4 = 5>>32404419well, let's see.
>>32404453>>32404447>6,6That's how it works, right?
Rolled 16 + 4>>32404447>>32404448>>32404453YOU GUYS
>>32404454Damn, too slow.
Rolled 6, 5 = 11>>32404419
>>324044751s aren't too bad in Cinematic Rules.>>32404482Yesh!
Rolled 6, 5 = 11>>32404419Looks like Gwen did alright for herself.Remember to credit Spyral, and say that we just became more interested in the concept itself than impressing him.
>>32404482Goddamit Tony stop drinking so damm much
Should we spend one now?
>>32404567I don't think that's an option in this mode. And besides that? We beat Tony's roll. Pay attention.
>>32404567No. We won. 1s don't mean anything in cinematic rules. The rules are probably in paste-bin so go read up.
>>32404482Tony, looks like you might be slipping. You need some support from your old friend Jack?
>>32404553Speaking of MJ, we've been dodging her question for like a week now.
>>32404599She said it herself, we have a girlfriend. What else would two dating teenagers with no adult supervision be doing every spare moment?
Rolled 4 + 4>>32404599We're still telling her right?
>>32404599She's probably forgotten she even asked by now, what with her animes and videos game and interwebs. Rotted her brains!
>>32404599After this event, we're likely going to invite her to the arcade again, as its the terms of our deal for beating her at vidya.Maybe we can answer her then. It wouldn't be fair at all to avoid her after she asked that question, and besides, we might as well revel who we are to her anyway since she'll figure it out eventually (because honestly, even she can put 2 and 2 together) and she can act as our cover.
>>32404655And going on that stupid image board. 3-sama I think it is.
>>32404620Doing jobs for the crime boss of new york under the identity of a master thief that nobody has ever seen the face of?
>>32404655I doubt it. She probably spies on us, Rear Window style.
>>32404595"You fool, don't you know that the more I drink the more powers gain? WRRRYYYYYYYY"
>>32404700Oh man, I love that movie. I'm gonna watch it."Why would Peter Parker leave his house three times on a rainy Christmas with a full backpack and come home three times?"
Results:7,4,7vs5>2 sets of successes, one failure!Clearing your throat, you begin with the idea for it- batteries- and you go, without explaining that it was derived from you working on your own arc reactor- on the idea behind it. The math behind the idea. Tony Stark lets lose a quiet thoughtful noise as you continue onto the work on itAnd here, for a second you freeze. What if he dismisses you out of hand thanks to you having worked with Doctor Spyral? What if? Oh god. Oh, god. Closing your eyes and forcing back a wave of nausea, you swallow with your mouth feeling terribly dry as you hesitantly hand over the work journal as you explain how you and Spyral worked, back and forth, on the biology and engineering of it respectively. Taking a deep breath, you continue more confidently, as you explain the prototype battery which is sitting in front of him is the working prototype. Pepper Potts looks a little dubious, but Stark’s looking you in the eye, oddly quiet, thoughtful.“Mind you, the first prototype is rather large, but that’s something that can be worked on.”You finish as you wait for a response. Tony Stark, after a few moments with his arms crossed look at you, an eyebrow quirked. “So, its pretty impressive, but before I say anything, I’m a bit curious. What’s the question you were going to ask me?”>what question?
>>32404751"How are you handling the Palladium run-off?"
>>32404751Ask him about the Palladium Bleed! The BLEED!
>>32404751"Mr. Stark, out of curiosity... how do you deal with the palladium bleed-off?"
>>32404751"How did you solve the palladium corrosion problem with the miniaturized arc reactor?"
>>32404751Ask if he solved the palladium bleed off in the arc reactor and, if so, how he did it.
>>32404751What's your favourite color
>>32404751Can we try to word the Palladium bleed off question, without sounding like a competitor? Make it seem like we're just a curious scientist or something.
>>32404751"How are you sober right now? Teach me your secret s Stark sensai."
>>32404798Don't say "miniaturized arc reactor". Somebody else might hear us. Not even Pepper will know what we're talking about, and only Tony will get what we're saying. That's the point.
>>32404751I'd say go with this>>32404180
>>32404751>Discretely ask him about how he's handling the Palladium Bleedout.
>>32404816"Green or Purple.""Oh... I wouldn't have expected that, given your armor.""Only bad guys wear green and purple."
>>32404751>>what question?"Well...base on the strange conspiracy rumours that I read about you and re-invention of miniaturised arc reactor, my question is How do you deal with the palladium bleed?
>>32404841Somewhere in the world Banner gets the urge to punch Tony Stark.
>>32404790>>32404794>>32404795>>32404798>>32404801>>32404810>>32404821>>32404837You know, I think this is the exact kind of question he's fishing for. He kind of seems to suspect us of something.
>>32404875that's pretty normal.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KCOHAvIcnWA
Suddenly regretting wanting to ask him here and now about the Palladium....I'm sure it's nothing.
>>32404888Hes probably the one who hired wade and the punisher
>>32404888I don't care if he traps us with this question. Peter Parker's parental stuff has nothing to do with our secret identity, so he's not going to accuse us of anything other than being a Parker.Plus we're kinda helping him save his life.
>>32404888Richard Parker had the plans for the Arc Reactor, and he recognized the name. Richard probably worked with Vanko and Howard Stark to draw up the big one.
>>32404919Also, Tony will be doubly impressed because we could have showed up here with an arc reactor we build in our basement with scraps, but instead we showed up with something original.
>>32404920Or the fact Richard and his wife were involved with SHIELD, which if we're going with MCU Stark his father was involved in founding it.
Rolled 14, 13 + 11 = 38>writing>would you roll me a quick roll? DC is as above rolled:>1d20+8
>>32404875> Original Catwoman> Luthor's mech suit> Green Goblin> Prowler> Kang the Conqueror> Joker> Riddler> BeetleIt's mostly true.
Rolled 8 + 8>>32404970
Rolled 5 + 8>>32404970
>>32404970Use a spectacular point.
>>32404919I was just pointing it out, not getting people to reconsider.Also I wanted to make the more jumpy anons nervous.
Rolled 10 + 8>>32404970Why am I so great
Rolled 2 + 8>>32404970
Rolled 19 + 8>>32404970
>>32404994This.We're never going to make a 25, 24
>>32404998Because you're not Wrenloft?
>>32404992>>32404993>>32404998At least it's not a 1, right?
Rolled 14 + 8>>32404970Stark just straight up stonewalled us. Holy balls... No way we can beat that.
>>32404994Use a SP.
>>32404970that means we failed something?>>32404992no way to convince you huh?do we burn off a point?
>>32404970We couldn't even beat that with a nat 20 and both our spec points.
>>32404970>38>+11FUUUuuuuuuuuuck, something tells me Cos doesn't want us to pass
>>32405035We are not using SP. Guys, he may have stonewalled us here, but we got his attention. He may contact us later for a more private talk.
>>32404992>>32404993>>32404998Current result is 18vsdc25>>32404994Use a SP to reroll?
>>32405042You don't add them up. You take the highest result of the three and add the bonus.
>>32404970...is beating that even possible?
>>32405042>>32405057I'm pretty sure its just 25, not 38.
Too bad we can't use SP to force the enemy to reroll ridiculous requirements
>>32405065no, even with sp its not going to pass
>>32405065Yes. Our only hope is to reroll higher and maybe use a spec point to increase the result.
>>32405065>>32405066>>32405076>25 not 38Oh, good. It is possible.REROLL.
We really should use that sp now?
.......quick somebody do an offering to the dice gods
>>32405065NOPE, bank it.>>32405091>>32405106>>32405117>>32405130Sp give us +4, 22vs dc25 is still fail so its just a waste off SP
>>32405065If we reroll we need to get at least a 16 to pass.Or at least a 14 and another spec point.
>>32405144We're rerolling. Read next time.
>>32405144Were using it to reroll retard
>>32405144It's a reroll.>>32405065Yes
>>32405146why don't we just use a spec point to automatically succeed?Its a use, so we should be able to.
>>32405185that would be neat but i dont think thats how it works.
First two SP we get in months and you just want to quickly blow it...
Rolled 7 + 4>>32405185...Yes.. lets
>>32405185I think that only works on rolls that are below 20.
Why do we have to roll to ask a question about the palledum blood to impress stark (note: I do not know how to roll a virtual dice here)
You know what you guys are right, let's never use any points in any quest.
>>32405156>>32405163http://pastebin.com/qL22yuFi>2) add +4 to your roll resulteven if we manage to roll 20 its not going to be good enough to pass 25
>>32405185That is indeed a valid tactic.>using SPto give automatic success>writing
>>32405185>There are Spectacular Points, which you earn upon the rolling of a twenty, which can be used to >1) succeed on any roll, so long as the DC isn't higher than what you could conceivably roll. We should be able to do that and autopass.
Rolled 20 + 8>>32405259Well, I kind of wanted to reroll but that works tooI guess
>>32405185>There are Spectacular Points, which you earn upon the rolling of a twenty, which can be used to >1) succeed on any roll, so long as the DC isn't higher than what you could conceivably roll. 25 is within our roll range if you count the +8
>>32405259Oh! Well. That was less dramatic than I expected....Not complaining, mind.
>>32405259So then... why not do it every time? Why even give the option of adding 4 or rerolling? I'm confused.
>>32405259Well, that happened. >>32405185Thanks for noticing that anon.
>>32405272Fucking dice gods are taunting us now.
>>32405272>Rolled 20Don't stop rolling, but only when Cosgrove ask
Rolled 19 + 8>>32405272Real funny dicegodsFuck you
>>32405246>>32405246I just lost ten iq points...
>>32405283Because a reroll would allow for a chance of getting a 20- a spectacular point.So, if you all want to reroll, we could do that.
>>32405283Because it's only for stuff that we could beat the DC on. There are also times when the +4 or the Reroll will be a better option then the autopass.
>>32405333No no, this is good.
>>32405333sadly I think that ship has sailed this time.
>>32405333NOPE.Autosuccess please.You can keep on writing.
>>32405324>>32405272I think i had an aneurysm
>>32405333No, please, we'll take the win.
>>32405333NO.Let's just... continue with our conversation with Stark, okay?
Rolled 3 + 8>>32405333fuck that; we'll take the auto successhere's hoping it was worth burning the point.
>>32405333It's fine.We also have a chance of getting more Parker Luck too, after all.
Rolled 9 + 8>>32405369Fuck the dicegods, I refuse to stop.
>>32405272Dice Gods please.
>>32405333Oh, no, I understand. I'm sorry, Cos. I'm fine with doing this. Please, let's just take the auto-success.
>>32405333>>32405333Can we re roll and use the last two rolls
>>32405272...why?I need a drink.>>32405333The time has passed. Autosuccess.
>>32405393>>32405384Can you please stop rolling. If he isn't asking for a roll, don't roll.It be more fucking post if there was a miss crit or a miss crit fail which is a waste of space and brings more shit storm in this thread.Also bring back bad memories during the fight against cyclops and the x-men.
>>32405405Everyone else was thinking the exact same thing but we didn't say it because we knew how unreasonable the request was.
>>32405333Lets do it.
Rolled 6 + 8>>32405444No.
>>32405461You are the hugest faggot
Get busy engimingling or get busy dyen'yer godamn right
Rolled 4 + 8>>32405486ツ
>>32405486Don't say that. I doubt he'd be able to burn very well. Hardly a good faggot at all. He's just a child that gets off on making other people angry. Just ignore him.
>>32405531I like you
Rolled 17 + 8>>32405531I'm gunna use up all of our good rolls.
>>32405591Gamblers fallacy in action folks
>>32405573I thank you sir.>>32405591I'm not going to let a few bad rolls ruin something I look forward to every week.
>>32405630>I'm not going to let a few bad rolls ruin something I look forward to every week.Seconding this. Cos has worked hard to make sure a bad roll won't outright ruin everything forever, so I can live with some drama and suspense.
>>32405761As long as we use these points wisely, we should be okay.Knock on wood.
>>32405761Exactly. Besides, we wouldn't be Peter Parker if we succeeded at everything.
>>32405761Agreed. These threads are one of the brighter spots in my week. I'm not going to let one guy ruin it for me.
“No, offense meant but I was a bit curious- so if you don‘t mind me asking Mister Stark- buthow do you solve for the pallidium bleed off?”Whatever he expected you to say- that wasn’t it. Pepper Potts looks a bit confused as she looks like she’s trying to figure something out while the bodyguard looks completely lost. Tony Stark is staring at you. He is staring at you and there’s no way to tell what he’s thinking. Oh god. This is it, isn’t it? This is how you die.Stark turns to the bodyguard and asks for a piece of paper and the guard hands it to him as Stark begins writing a list of things before handing it back. He then turns to you, slightly more seriously and starts- with the rest of the paper writing equations before turning it to you, along with the pen.“Humor me.”His tone is deadpan, but he looks tense as you look at the equations. And you know them- they stuff you worked on before as you fill them out correctly. You even catch the intentional flaw in the last one and correct for it before handing it back to Tony Stark.He reads over it as Pepper Potts, slightly worried looks at you. “Mister Parker, what exactly did you mean by ‘how did Tony solve for the palladium bleed off?’”You glance at Tony Stark, who looks very uncomfortable, then back at Pepper Potts as she gives Tony Stark a look as you quietly try to explain. “Well, the reaction of- of an arc reactor- like the big one in California uses palladium to power it. It has only one real flaw, and that’s why that one is the size it is- it has some palladium bleed off. Now, the more its used, the higher output, the more it bleeds out. Now, the bleed off is normally benign- so long as there’s air is disperses harmlessly- part of the reason for the design, I assume.”>1/2
>>32405945I am, but then I'm chronically depressed.
>>32405976You swallow as you glance at the stage. “Therefore, I assumed, if it was anything powering the Iron Man armor, it would be a derivative of that. But, if it was an arc reactor, there’d be no space-”“-No space for it to bleed out, right? Tony?”Pepper Pott finishes, looking rather horrified, looking at Stark. Tony Stark closes his eyes and gives a small nod, looking resigned. He looks at you and pops a very tired looking smirk, rubbing at the bridge of his nose. “Well, you’re certainly smart, Mister Parker, I didn’t expect that. I- I think we should finish up here, Pepper.”She nods as they start to move on as she quickly steps back and slides a piece of paper onto the table, unseen by Stark. Waiting, you pick it up-“Please remain here after the Meeting, Mister Parker.”She glances at you as Tony Stark continues on, like nothing happened. Gwen’s glancing over at you, almost concerned looking.It doesn’t take long before the meeting wraps up- though distracted, Miss Potts finishes the meeting as Stark leaves- the Iron Man armor forming around him as he leaves the building. Gwen glances at you as you give her the sign that you’ll talk later.>[ ] Stick around like the note requested>[ ] Leave with the crowd>write in
>>32405976Oh gods, we just outed that Tony's dieing in front of Pepper. Crap.
>>32406016>[X] Stick around like the note requested
>>32406016>[ ] Stick around like the note requestedNope. Not running off now.
>>32406016>[ ] Stick around like the note requestedHe has our real name anyways. I don't want to get on his bad side
>>32406018"I thought he'd figured something out!"
>>32406016>>[ ] Stick around like the note requested
>>32406016>Stick around like the note requested
>>32406016>[X] Stick around like the note requested>>32406018Damn... let's hope we can help him figure out how to fix his shit earlier than he did in Iron Man 2.
>>32406016>>[ ] Stick around like the note requestedIt's time to look fate right in the shot glass and drink from the Jack Daniels of destiny.
>>32406016Guess Tony never told pepper that his heart was powering the iron man suiteither that or im missing something very important>[ ] Stick around like the note requested
>>32406016>>[X] Stick around like the note requestedThis is the beginning of the Superhero team-up!But... we need to know how he feels about Spider-Man first. If he doesn't like Spidey then, well... we might have a dilemma.
>>32406016>>[ ] Stick around like the note requestedOh... Shit... We kinda just outed his health problem to his girlfriend, didn't we? I forgot nobody else finds out until after IM2...
>>32406016>“Well, you’re certainly smart, Mister Parker, I didn’t expect that..."Wait, he didn't expect us to be smart?Then why are we here?
>>32406071During Iron Man 2, Tony told no one, and I mean NO ONE, about the palladium bleed off poisoning him. Only Fury knew about it, and that's cause Fury knows damn near everything.Everyone else just assumed there were no side effects to having a reactor in his chest.
>>32406117He didn't expect you to be THAT smart
Rolled 8>>32406117Anal sex
>>32406016>[ ] Stick around like the note requestedAlso, use the blank back side of that paper to start spit-balling ideas on damping palladium bleed. Possibly by harnessing the excess palladium into a usable form (It is technically more valuable than gold. Literally, costs more per ounce). There's a bacteria in the Volga river in Russia that feeds on excess chrome dumped into the river during the cold war as a byproduct of soviet factories in the area. Maybe an engineered variant of that could be put to use cleaning the buildup?
>>32406129Oh, OH FUCK
>>32406016>[ ] Stick around like the note requestedI think we should also text Gwen that MJ may or may not know we are spiderman>>32406018Its ok, he got at least a year until the events of Iron Man 2 start kicking
>>32406133How badly did we steal Gwen's thunder?
>>32406117Who knows what he expected.I was right there with Peter there, I feel as though we have some silent rage boiling in Tonys heart right now.
how about adding "helping tony save himself" to our list of heroics?>>32406095better if its outed early, more time and less damage.plus peter is a genius and we have spyral we can probably figure something out
>>32406091>>32406054It's Pepper who gave us the note. Not Tony.
>>32406156We walked up to Thor and told him to take all the thunder, hand it to us and declare us the new God of Thunder.
>>32406016>[ ] Stick around like the note requestedI'm way too curious to not take this
>>32406185We'll explain what happened later. She'll understand.Besides, like >>32406163 mentioned, this is a query from Pepper
>>32406117He found our wallet and wanted to return it.
>>32406185add it our to-do list. and loki......stella.....i wonder how would they interact?.
>>32406230Loki would ask us to be a Mahou Shonen
>>32406230Loki tries to be a responsible father.
>>32406230>Peter doesn't remember Stella at all and sisterfu-ing her would be out of character since he remembers fuck all>Stella gets taken under Loki's wing
>>32406270>Magical Boy Peter Parker>Magical Girl Gwen>Magical Girl MJIs it bad I'd like to see that?
>>32406230Loki would find it fucking hilarious. He's also pretty cool to his kids in a "not obvious, but watching from the shadows" way.
>>32406274Bull,there is a felling of nostalgia and "something is....missing" and all that from peter.
>>32406270I could totally see Loki granting MJ mahou shoujo powers just for shits n giggles
>>32406016>>[ ] Stick around like the note requestedThis is either very good or very bad.
>>32406314thats her origin as a hero?
>>32406302I still want Transforming Cat Girl Felicia.
>>32406314He's given Deadpool the powers of Thor for the same reason.
>>32406343Oh hell yes.
>>32406314Hell, if stella and loki hit it off, I could totally see her convincing him to give MJ powers.
>>32406314I want this too.
>>32406377Hell, what if STELLA gave MJ powers. The two did used to be sorta-friends.
>>32406343>>32406343This must happen, and we also have to get her big fat cat rate back
>>32406343>Felicia with Tigra powersThis please me
>>32406417I don't think stella got anything but the illusion magic from Loki. But, her being friends is why I though she might convince Loki to do it.MJ was the only female friend of Peter who Stella liked.
>>32406367because it trolled the crap out of Thor.Shits and giggles are reason enough, but annoying your jock older brother that everyone loves more than you? That's priceless.
>>32406423>ratesilly auto-correct, that's not how you spell 'tats'!
>>32406441She might come back with more powers.Getting kicked out of reality and then forcefully written back in does that to people.
>>32406417It could be like Rick Jones and Captain Mahrvel...or like a Binder from D&D, channeling a being trapped outside of space time to let them back into the world for a bit.
>>32406423she still has room to grow anon.
>>32406438You know, not being really into the comics, I forget sometimes that Tony being Ironman was an actual secret for a long time.
>>32406438>With or without the stri->With>ALWAYS WITHShame she won't be dating Pym in this canon since this Janet isn't a sociopath.
>>32406472Hmm, that actually works in this situation. I like it.
Again we will find a way to help tony negate the effects of the poison. We will defy this with our comic knowledge and power of dice gods.
>>32406486Yep. Also Hawkeye was one of his villains and was a circus performer manipulated by Black Widow to attack him with arrows that would rust his armor.
>>32406488>>32406438Hey, you never know. It could be like how in the Spectacular Spider-Man cartoon where some villains aren't actually who they were in 616. Like how all the members of The Enforcers became other villains in the Rogues Gallery over time.
>>32406314The best part is, the idea DOES have precedence.
>>32406500-And by crossing the Uru Bracelets, timid and plain Mary Jane Watson temporarily fuses with a spectacular demigod bound beyond the mortal plane. Together they become- uh...hold on...didn't thing this through.Interstella?Intrastella?
>>32406505How we defy it is the question. We can't just straight up say "look for a new element in your father's world's fair model"
>>32406531Ricochet wasn't even a villain in the comics. He was Peter.
I think this is a good thing since we now know tony's secret, this will bring us closer to him.
>>32406557She does have a transformation sequence? Right?
>>32406587But Shocker was.
>>32406587He was Peter, then someone else.
So did you guys REALLY not realize we were essentially outing Stark as dying?I mean fuck, Norman showed us a picture of it in his chest.In our defense though, we didn't know that Tony wore it all the time, or that he needed it to stop the shrapnel from killing him.But seriously, I'd have thought everyone has seen Iron Man 2 by now.
>>32406557>>32406472It's a good idea, but I'd kinda like MJ to be a magical girl in her own right.Maybe Stella only shows up when MJ's powers are activated, like a familiar, and she's still bound to MJ.
>>32406605I know, I'm just going along with the "People are different in different universes" thing. Adding to the point, not subtracting from it.
>>32406570Hey Peter still have his Fathers duffle bag with all stolen science concept, maybe there will be some clues ? I mean we already got blueprints for arc reactor and some symbiote paperwork.
>>32406628Did you not read all the posts that already mentioned that? There were several.
>>32406628Better NOW than later. Now Tony can focus on fixing that problem.
>>32406628That would be meta knowledge. And besides, better that we caught it NOW than later. At least this time around Tony might solve it sooner.
>>32406570Well I mean in Iron Man 3, he was able to just get the shrapnel out of his heart completely, and didn't need the Arc Reactor in his chest anymore.I think that would be the best idea that we could come up with.
>>32406628We were just being in-character.As far as Peter knows, Stark found a way to deal with it. He idolizes the guy, I don't think it's occurred to him he's knowingly poisoning himself.
>>32406628Knew it completely.But we needed to get on his radar fast.
>>32406570The problem is that we don't fucking know the solution.Except taking the shards OUT and problem fixed....but then the Arc reactor will not get a upgrade so yeah.
>>32406635>Stella becomes MJs stand/personaI like it
>>32406675>>32406694Plus, the whole him getting surgery thing was a big stepping stone for him. During Ironman 2 he'd have rather let himself die of radiation sickness than let some doctors operate on his heart area.
>>32406675>Ok so you hollowed out your check to fit an arc reactor in it... what the fuck?>It's actually powering a magnet and keeping shrapnel out of my heart>...ok so why not position another magnet over the area, remove the reactor then do some surgery to take the shrapnel out?>How would I power the suit then?>I don't know... miniaturize the reactor more? Put it somewhere else in the suit? I don't know, but your biggest problem isn't not being able to wear robot pants anymore.
>>32406694I think taking the Symbiote-suit back down to zero, starting fresh with the concept and custom-building it for a sole purpose: Cleaning palladium. Use >>32406147's idea as a foundation. The suits became unstable because they were weaponized and designed to do too many functions. If we keep it simple and stupid, it shouldn't be that hard to add a techno-organic component to the existing reactors.
>>32406754>>I don't know... miniaturize the reactor more? Put it somewhere else in the suit?Crotch Placed Arc Reactor.
>>32406773No more symbiotes! The idea of Tony Stark wearing one is just.... no.
>>32406754"But is life without "Robot Pants" even worth living?""Just shut up and get on the table."Also is it me missing something or does Tony not actually have a doctorate?
>>32406776I think there's a 50/50 shot Tony'd approve.
>>32406773That's an interesting idea, one that could provide a good interim solution, but nanotech (grey goo or green goo) always has a chance of becoming uncontrollable.
>>32406776>>32406754James Rhodes doesn't have an Arc Reactor in his chest, and yet he could wear the Iron Man MK II/War Machine/Iron Patriot armor just fine.
>>32406808>Airhumping while unibeaming and downing a 5th of Jack
>>32406776I'd think one on each hip and one on each shoulder blade would be better. Space them out so they can't be knocked out by a clever sniper aiming at the only glowing bit on the armor, and the extra power can be freed up for various other uses.
>>32406773No fucking symbiotes
>>32406830Someone get a /co/ drawfag on this
>>32406773I didn't give a fuck how clever or careful you think you are, you can't fuck with symbiotes and not have it bite you in the ass.It's a universal rule of the Marvel canon.
>>32406812Especially if it's black goo.Which is derived from aliens.
>>32406857Actually you can. Flash and Venom work very well, Toxin and Hybrid did as well before Eddie decided to kill their hosts for no goddamn reason.
>>32406890And people STILL think we can control the symbiotes without horrible side-effects.These people need to leave the quest. Forever.
You stick around- Miss Potts is pacing, on the phone talking with someone and gesturing. Then she’s looking at her phone, an arm raised. Hmm, she’s probably been hung up upon. The she’s dialing another and talking- by the time you’re standing there, milling about alone, she finishes her last call. The bodyguard’s talking to her, point at you as she nods and he gestures you to come over.She’s talking on the phone and gesturing for you to wait a minute, but the bodyguard looks a bit nervous and leans in. “I had no idea what’s going on, but I suppose it isn’t good?”You nod as the man grimaces before extending a hand. “Hogan. Harold Hogan.”You shake it. “Um. Peter Parker, sir.”The tow of you are standing there, in awkward silence until Miss Potts finishes up and walks over, looking exhausted. She looks at you critically. “Look, Mister Parker, I don’t want to be rude but I need you to keep quiet on this, alright? It’s important- if the Go-”She cuts off and swallows her words, before taking a deep breath. As she looks down at your bag. “Wait- wait. You, Mister Parker, that- that battery you said it was a Bio… A bio-rechargeable battery, right? How strong is it?”>1/2
>>32406885You don't get that we're dealing with different Venoms.We don't have any symbiotes, we have the artificial/Ultimate Venom that was made by our dad from studying the real Venom.Though I would argue that Anti-Venom in this quest would be the perfected form of the fake symbiote.
A nano suit for tony is not a bad idea we can both work on one similar to the cancer suit without a symbiote.
>>32406885Peter Parker can't fuck with symbiotes and not have it bite him in the ass, then.
>>32406915flash is working pretty well with the symbiote(not the suit)granted the suit is bad news and we need to eliminate it when the plot hook comes up
>>32406949>She cuts off and swallows her words, before taking a deep breath. As she looks down at your bag. “Wait- wait. You, Mister Parker, that- that battery you said it was a Bio… A bio-rechargeable battery, right? How strong is it?”...Oh my god.Are we holding the replacement for the arc reactor.
>>32406949Doing the math, you come up with an answer. “At least as powerful as a car’s battery. A small one, anyway. It works by tapping into the bio-electric field that humans lightly give off- feeding itself like you’d jump a battery. If you’ve got it on you, unless what you’ve got is really power intensive, it should keep running indefinitely.”She’s focused on you entirely, obviously thinking things out. “What about an electromagnet? Could it power one indefinitely? One about this big?”She gestures and you do some more math. “In theory, yes.”She bites her lip as she looks away. You can see her thinking to herself- lips moving without making a word as she turns to you with a more confident businesslike tone.“Stark Industries will pay you whatever you ask for it if it does indeed work. And, I am willing to offer you a position as an… intern- effective immediately at Stark Industries for the foreseeable future.”There’s desperation and determination here.>[ ]…Let me contact my partner in this first>[ ]It’s a very generous offer but I’m just a student. I'll have to decline.>[ ]Is- there something I should know here?>write in
>>32406983>…Let me contact my partner in this firstChrist
>>32406983>>[ ]…Let me contact my partner in this first>[ ]Is- there something I should know here?
>>32406983>>[X]…Let me contact my partner in this first>>[X]Is- there something I should know here?
>>32406983>[ ]…Let me contact my partner in this firstITS HAPPENING
>>32406983>[X]Is- there something I should know here?Also, I never even thought to use the battery we made to power the magnet. Fucking awesome.
>>32406983>>[ ]…Let me contact my partner in this first>>[ ]Is- there something I should know here?
>>32406885>Flash and VenomFlash is addicted to Symbiote, as in he will probably die without it so yea not exactly a best solution.>>32406983>[ ]Is- there something I should know here?than >[ ]…Let me contact my partner in this first
>>32406983>[ ]…Let me contact my partner in this firstWe have no real reason to be suspicious.Let's just tell the science-lady she is no longer unemployed.
>>32406951Yes, I know we have the ultimate suit sample. However we also know a number of biologists and super scientists. It's be possible to refine it, or at least get ideas off it, and it's worth taking a look into and researching. If only because we KNOW the suit that escaped will come back to try and eat us.
>>32406983>>[ ]…Let me contact my partner in this first
>>32406983>[ ]…Let me contact my partner in this firstNot that I don't want to help Ms. Potts, but it isn't solely mine to sell.
>>32406983>[X]…Let me contact my partner in this first>[X]Is- there something I should know here?Oh shit.
>>32407022It would probably only be a stop gap until Tony figures out the new element, because he won't like being indebted to anyone. But, yeah, it is cool.
>>32406983>[ ]…Let me contact my partner in this first>[ ]Is- there something I should know here?
>>32407029>Flash is addicted to Symbiote, as in he will probably die without it so yea not exactly a best solution.Shitty Slott writing and stupid pills have no baring on shit that was outright stated in Flash's own comic written by a writer who didn't have his head up his ass.
>>32407054At least now he won't be dying. Trouble is, he'd need to replace it with the arc reactor every time he wants to suit up.The bio-battery and arc reactor may not jive together in the most convenient fashion.
>>32406983>>[ ]…Let me contact my partner in this first>>[ ]Is- there something I should know here?No screwing Spyral over. Under any circumstances.They'll need to get her on board - if we benefit, so does she. End of.
>>32406983>[X]…Let me contact my partner in this first>[X]Is- there something I should know here?
>>32407090The Arc Reactor can go in the suit without going into the hole in his chest.
>>32406983So how does this fix Starks issue? Explain it to me in layman terms pls
>>32406983>>[ ]…Let me contact my partner in this first>[ ]Is- there something I should know here?Also, mention licensing. We don't necessarily want to give up the property. We don't care if Stark produces it or works with us to improve it, but ownership is kinda important.
Just remember that Osborn offered us an internship and we turned him down for school.Maybe we can get lucky and do both.
>>32407089Imj talking about quest, FutureSymbiote stated to give Peter addiction kicks after a week of wearing it occasionally, Flash is already wearing it for past month 24/7 so yea...sorry they are most like already on such level of symbiosis together they are probably inseparable right now.
>>32407152You put the Bio Battery in his chest, it powers the magnet keeping him from dying without the Palladium Bleed off.
>>32407152The arc reactor doesn't need to go into his chest and can be integrated into the suit.It also means stark doesnt die when he unibeams too much.
>>32407152Powers the electromagnet which keeps shrapnel from puncturing his heart.The arc reactor can't be turned off right now. That's the problem. If it was only for the Iron Man suit, that'd buy Tony time.
>>32407013This.Fuck yes we got our in at Stark Industries. We're going back to Spiral and getting immediately to work on improving our battery. Also loadsa dosh!
>>32406983>[ ]…Let me contact my partner in this firstThe battery is a joint project. My partner will need full credit and 50% of all proceeds from the design. That's non-negotiable. As for a position, I'd prefer an 'independent contractor' position. I'm a student, not an idiot. I know what happens to scientists and their work who sign on to a company exclusively. I'd rather have a little freedom to pursue science on my own terms.>>[ ]Is- there something I should know here?You're extremely agitated, and your bodyguard already asked me to keep everything I said secret. Which tells me that nobody knew about the palladium leakage. That you need a battery capable of interfacing with the body to, and I quote, "Replace an arc reactor" and "power an electromagnet small enough to be hidden behind the reactor that powers the Iron Man." Between that and Stark's reaction, I'm going to go out on a limb and say that someone needs this technology to save their life. I'm more than willing to help, but I need to know the specifics. Especially if I'm going to refit the battery to 100% non-toxicity so there's no possibility of infections setting in. I'm not jumping in doing blind-science. I want to do this right.
>>32407125But what if they interfere with each other?
>>32407152Stark put an Arc Reactor in his chest.The Arc reactor bleeds off a toxic heavy metal residue from the fuel source, PalladiumBy putting it in the chest cavity where the shrapnel is pulling on his heart, he is introducing heavy metal into his biological systems.True, the battery is powering the magnet keeping shrapnel for tearing up his heart, but the reactor is slowly killing him.
>>32407170We turned him down because he's Osborn. School was an excuse.
>>32407171Not unless he bonded with it molecularly. If he didn't do that, he can be seperated from the Symbiote.,
>>32407152Basically, our bio-battery is strong enough to power the electro-magnet in Tony's chest. Its the actual device keeping him alive. He won't need to keep the arc reactor in his actual chest anymore.Of course, the one in his suit might be a little too close to his body. I think there was a comic where Tony upgraded Rody's arc reactor after the Avengers movie
>>32407190words words words wordsWhy not let Cosgrove write his own character
>>32407190This is certainly the most practical thing to say, but Peter Parker probably would say something else.
>>32407165This.We need royalties.Mountains of royalties.
>>32407170Im pretty sure Peter told him 'I will think about it', also we can explain our choice it that he don't feel safety in place that is attacked/blows up in monthly matter.
>>32407200>An arc reactor not inside of him would bleed out into atmosphere and the Palladium would go inert and harmless.
>>32407190Anon, Peter isn't a hard-assed negotiator.He's a high school student being handed the exact opportunity he's always dreamed of.
>>32407211And now we know this Osborn is on the level.
>>32407265I don't know, Pete probably would ask for a position where he could continue being Spidey-man. An internship would eat alot of time.
>>32407274We do. At least as far as not killing our mom and dad.
10 bucks says tony is off getting wasted
>>32407304Technically, we still don't KNOW that. We are currently under the assumption that someone doctored dad's videos to put blame on Osborn, but we don't know if that was to shift blame on him or away from him once we figured it out.
>>32407295Intern is the position on paper we're getting because we're still a minor. The actual work will be different considering what we're being hired for.
>>32407341"intern" usually means "bitch boy" and "coffee fetcher". Peter is smart enough to aim higher.
>>32407337Now this... is Shadowrunning!
>>32407337We know that it's very unlikely he did it, considering he seems fond of his wife, and Richard Parker was working with him to do something about Ultimate Venom.Like it goes against his best interests, since Richard was still working with him.
>>32407380Clearly it doesn't mean that in this case.
>>32407380Did you even read my post?We're an intern in name only.
>>32407392Honestly, I wouldn't mind doing freelance work for Osborn as long as he has no hand in what Smythe was doing.If he does, he owes Spidey like four, so we'll make him do something about it.
>>32407392Then again, our dad is the one who made Cancer in the first place. For all intents and purposes, Normie would have had a lot of hatred for dad before we rescued Ms. Osborne.
>>32407380>Peter is smart enough to aim higherWe're a high school student with no credentials and you completely missed the point that anon was making.
>>32407433I think we're squandering our potential if we just accept the internship. We still have a lot to learn, believe it or not, and going to ESU would help us reach that. Interning here on top of going to school would be really time-consuming and not very conducive to a superhero career.
>>32407419>we'll make him do something about it.Really, anon?
inb4 SHIELD starts keeping tabs on Peter because they find out what happened. Soon they'll bug our house and find the arc reactor.
>>32407503Pretty sure they already have
>>32407503Our mom was a SHIELD agent.Someone doctored our dad's hard drive encouraging us to place our faith in SHIELD.How long have you been under the impression that SHIELD HASN'T been keeping tabs on us?
>>32407497>I think we're squandering our potential if we just accept the internshipPractically everyone starts as an intern, it's how you get your foot in the door.I think we'd be squandering a perfect opportunity for our future career path not taking it.
>>32407503>implying they don't already knowWe already met with them anywaysWhen we turn 18 our ass is theirs
>>32407497isnt an intership what we were hoping for by coming here IC?,chill anon and listen to anon, its mostly for show because we are a minor and we are helping tony stark survive thats no small thing,
>>32407537We don't know that our mom was a SHIELD agent.
>>32407561Peter doesn't, we do.
>>32407497>>32407544Plus, as someone pointed out already, I doubt we'll really be doing the normal intern things. We essentially just showed Tony we can do the math behind a mini arc reactor. I doubt we'll be a gopher.
>>32407497That doesn't change the fact that we're not going to actually be an intern. We've literally been handed a future as an accomplished scientist if we do this.
>>32407568We're assuming that based on Nick Fury's phone number being given to us.
>>32407561>>32407568I thought, she explicitly said she worked for them in her note?
>>32407545now while thats true there are some ways we can curb their influence,having friends in high places will help us there, and there are some individuals S.H.I.E.L.D wont cross without a damn good reason. by the way im hoping logan here isnt so much of an asshole.
>>32407561...Aunt May gave us a letter from our mom that outright stated that our mom worked for SHIELD.And advised us to contact Nick Fury.
“Is.. Is there something I should know here?” You glance at the bodyguard, Hogan, and miss Potts. There’s something not adding up here. And considering all of this…“Like- I get you’d be worried about him if he was always using it with the Iron Man systems or something, but that’s an issue of just not using it. But why would an electromagnet about ‘this big’ factor in?”Pepper makes a call before pulling out a non-disclosure form. “Sign it and I’ll tell you, alright?”You look back and forth before raising a finger. “Let me contact my partner in this first, alright?”You see her chewing on her lip before nodding as you step back and call up Doctor Spyral. It takes a few rings, but eventually she answers. “…Hello?” She sounds exhausted, but you keep an eye on Miss Potts and Mister Hogan as you talk quietly and quickly. “so, about that battery…”“What about the battery?” Her voice is suddenly at attention, guarded.“I need you up here at Stark Industries‘s New York offices, we’ve got an offer and I want you here and in on it.”There’s silence for a good few moments as her voice is quiet- shocked and a bit in awe. “…Seriously?” You make sure your voice is entirely settled and firm. “Seriously. I need you up here.”“…I’ll be there, right away.”The phone goes dead as you pocket it. “My partner’s on the way. Shouldn’t be too long.”Pepper Potts nods, rather quiet externally- you can almost feel how fast her thoughts are moving though. You also pause and call your Unlce, telling him you’ll be late and call him when you’re done.>[ ]Quietly wait for Spyral>[ ]Try to talk about something? (write in)>write in
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>>32407598So that note from our dad, it was forged, wasn't it?
>>32407618>[X]Try to talk about something? (write in)"So... now that Tony made it known that he's Iron Man, has he talked about what he thinks of Spider-Man?"
>>32407618Try to talk about something Brainstorming ideas on solving the bleed off
>>32407618>>[ ]Try to talk about something? (write in)"Soooo, how dose it feel to be working with superhero? Also what do you thing about all these Spider-people running around?"
>>32407618>>[ ]Try to talk about something? (write in)So what is it like working here at stark industries anyways? What kind of work would I be doing?Intern information
>>32407618>[ ]Try to talk about something? (write in)Not that I'm trying to snoop, but I'm guessing he didn't mention the bleed off to either of you?
>>32407618Since there's kind of this argument about internship and whether it's in name only ask about that, I guess.I have a feeling she offered it because that's the best she can do for a high school student.
>>32407618Just wait quietly.
>>32407618>[ ]Try to talk about something? (write in)>So how bout them Niks?
>>32407618>>[ ]Try to talk about something?"I know this is probably not the best time, but what's Mr. Stark's plans for Iron Man besides what he's said officially? There's already some heroes around like Spider-Man, so..."
can someone come up with a joke or something?, i think we need to lower the tension a bit....
>>32407618>>write inFind a table.SCIENCE out the bio battery.Lets get to work.
>>32407668>Also what do you thing about all these Spider-people running aroundPlease leave
>>32407677Obviously not. And it obviously worries her. Let's not ask this.
>>32407702No. Mention a superhero that isn't spiderman.Fuck, mention Captain America if you'll mention anyone.
>>32407618>>[ ]Try to talk about something? (write in)"Did I screw up?"
>>32407726Captain hasn't been defrosted yet i think.I think the christmas special was retconned.
>>32407726Why? To everyone's knowledge (except for Tony maybe since his dad worked on the SS serum) Cap was just wartime propaganda.
>>32407702>what's Mr. Stark's plansNone of your business.>already some heroes around like Spider-ManIrrelevant and extremely stupid.No.
>>32407704So a neutron walks into a bar and asks the bartender, "How much for a drink?" The bartender replies, "for you? No charge!"
Lets talk about things that aren't stark related or could tie to him. Let this lady ease off and relax a bit.
>>32407643>So that note from our mumAnd yes, its either fabricated or Mary Parker is magicly alive and only pretended to be dead but that would be ultra-shadowrunning>>32407714Well there is at least 2 spider men and single Spider-gal so term Spider-People is corrected >inb4 autism plz go
>>32407618It doesn't seem like now is a good time to make small talk.Like Pepper seems... distressed by what she's learned.
>>32407751Cos said the Christmas special was still Canon, but that doesn't mean anyone knows about Cap.
>>32407770Fuck I laughed
>>32407784This. Tony is dying.
I just realized how amazing a bio batter would be for the future of medical science, especially for stuff like artificial hearts. It's also basically the first step towards cybernetics.
>>32407618>[ ]Quietly wait for SpyralLet her calm down. Her boss is dying man
>>32407782I'm talking about the letter in the first post that was supposed to be from our dad and is all "fuck Norman Osborn" which completely contradicts the later unhacked hard drive entries.
>>32407751No it wasn't.>>32407774"So what's your role in this company, Ms. Potts?"
>>32407618>>[ ]Try to talk about something? (write in)"If you're offering me a position, what sort of work would that entail? Just a general idea what I'm getting myself into."
>>32407618>>[ ]Try to talk about something? (write in)So Ms Potts, what do you think about the Baxter Building Quaratine and all these masked people running about? Reminds me of those stories about Captain America in WW2 my uncle would tell me as a kid.
>>32407730This sounds good, actually.
fuck it lets wait quietly
>>32407730I'll second this.We screwed up.
>>32407830>Baxter Building QuaratineThat's been lifted in this universe I believe.
>>32407702>asking for information that has nothing to do with Peter and is dangerous to give away>being this blatant Stop.
>>32407730Ooh, yeah I like that. Be all quiet and worried, maybe mumble something about wanting to impress Tony.
>>32407841Yeah, /tg/ is really dropping their spaghetti here.
>>32407802No way.Just sit down and shut up.
>>32407618>>[ ]Quietly wait for Spyral
>>32407730This question is honest enough. Do this.We never meant to cause all this stress for her, and we really couldn't have known. It would also clear the air.
>>32407730>Let penny know about an issue she should know about and bring her a convenient possible solution on a silver platterNo, we did not screw up.
>>32407802>This... this.>...>This this.I want you to leave.
>>32407618>[x]Quietly wait for SpyralNo talking.It'll just be embarrassing.
>>32407730>>32407902This. Peter had no way of knowing the best engineer in the world wouldn't have fucking solved the problem before shoving an arc reactor into his chest.
Why do people think Peter screw up? Like really he got a a guarantee job as well as good position in making some dosh.
>>32407935We intruded on the person we look up to the mosts personal life
>>32407902>>32407935But we did cause her a ton of stress, and Tony obviously didn't think it was the best time to tell her either. Tony's dying, and while yes we're fucking smart, we made the situation somewhat more difficult.
>>32407618>[ ]Quietly wait for Spyral
>>32407935Perhaps because of peter's superheroing?A steady job doesn't mesh too well with a secret identity. Potts, Harold and Stark will probably find out soon.
>>32407965>Tony's dyingPP not knowing that Tony is dying wouldn't slow down the process, if anything we saved his life right now.
>>32407965A ton of stress? We let her know about a problem she needed to know about.That's like telling someone that they have cancer then wondering if you shouldn't have.Of course they should fucking know
>>32407965>we made the situation somewhat more difficult.Not really. Peter just stopped or heavily stalled the problem he though Stark already solved.
>>32407961better than let him die i think,he doesnt really ask for help does he?.
>>32407987Tony stark is really Uncle ben in disguise confirmedBut no, looks up to scientifically the most is what i meant
>>32402981>>32404063>>32403861>>32404286>>32405041>>32405134>>32405212>>32405369>>32406160>>32406307>>32406336>>32406482>>32406963>>32407557>>32407612>>32407704>>32407841>>32408013Namefag, can you at least try to look literate?
>>32407618>[ ]Try to talk about something? (Stark Expo)
>As the thread closes in on page 10 I am not painfully aware that tonights adventure is about to end and I'll have to wait until next week for another fix.
>>32408413Always that feel.
Rolled 18Time to summon Cosgrove
You sit there quietly thinking of something, anything to say. You could ask about the bleed off, but she’s already upset enough as is. No reason to bring up Iron Man or Spider-Man. You could crack a joke, but that might make her angry.And, in this situation, you could bring up what you’d be doing as an intern, but that might be something better to wait on until Spyral got here. You sit there, flipping through thoughts, feeling worse and worse.Eventually, you ask the question nagging at you. “Miss Potts?”She glances over at you, curious. “Did- Did I screw up?”She looks at you-miserable and worried as you are. All you wanted to do was impress Tony Stark. And look what a mess you’ve made. She begins laughing, a bitter small chuckle. “Mister Parker, If you weren’t a minor I’d hit you.”She shakes her head and exhales. “No. You didn’t mess up. You just blundered onto what was apparently Tony Stark’s best kept secret in front of the people he was keeping it from. If anything, I should thank you.”She grows quiet again as you all wait for Spyral to appear. It doesn’t take too long, as she shows up- hair wet and smelling of something fragrant with what looks like the nicest clothes you’ve seen her in. A wrinkled pantsuit with a clean lab coat onto. From there, it doesn’t take long for you all to get down to business- Spyral, as she’s more experienced, is able to help with the sale- licensing, rather, as both you own it, but they’re using it. You’ll get the fee for licensing, along with royalties and other such things. Legally, its all settled. Spyral looks the most animated she has since you’ve known her.>1/2
>>32408413Hopefully we get a two parter.
>>32408448Seems like her past experiences with Octavius made her wise up, which is good for you as you absorb this through Osmosis. She also takes a job as an independent contractor with loose terms if you’re offered the same deal. Whiel you discuss things with Spyral, she looks a little bemused.“And you haven’t taken your GED and just graduated early why? I’m sure you’d qualify for it.”You pause and think about it. That’s an interesting point. Huh.That said- the ‘intern position’ at Stark Industries. When its brought up, Pepper Potts looks a bit strained. “Honestly, while you’re a student its he best I can do. That said, I need someone who can tell me if Tony’s in trouble because of that suit. You’d have to have nondisclosure agreements and such, but I’d be willing to pay generously. If you weren’t a student, I’d just offer you a job as my assistant or in a position like I did to Doctor Spyral just now.”>[ ]I need some time to think about this>[ ]Where do I sign?>[ ]Sorry, but I don’t think I can accept>[ ]write in
>>32408450That looks like a yes
>>32408475>[X]I need some time to think about this
>>32408475>>[ ]Where do I sign?"Sorry it had to be like this."Hell yes. Massive opportunities here.
>>32408475How do I sign!Also, how did miss getting our GED? That seems like the kind of thing we (as players) would have thought of.
>>32408475>>[ ]I need some time to think about this
"Sorry I don't hire guys who haven't graduated highschool."
>>32408475Where do I sign?
>>32408475>[ ]I need some time to think about this
>>32408475>[ ]Where do I sign?I don't think we need to worry about this cutting into our spidermanning.
>>32408475>>[ ]Where do I sign?Squeeeeeee
>>32408475>[X]Where do I sign?Spiderman with Ironman as backup AND backing.
Rolled 14>>32408475>>[ ]I need some time to think about thisAt least to discuss with Aunt May and Uncle Ben
>>32408475>>[ ]Where do I sign?"Hey, auntie May look who doesn't need to worry about money for the rest of natural life"
>>32408475>[ ]I need some time to think about thisI'd love to jump on it, but we have some issues we should probably settle before we start on this path.
>>32408475...Yeah alright, let's sign but make sure to read the contract first.
>>32408475>>[ ]Where do I sign?Peter parker wont be able to resist.
>>32408475>>[ ]Where do I sign?Go for it.
>>32408475>[ ]Where do I sign?This must happen. So many possibilitiea
>>32408475>[ ]Where do I sign?
>>32408475>[ ]I need some time to think about thisI'd rather talk to friends and family first.
>>32408475"Are you bringing in any of the other kids?"
>>32408475I guess we should take it, right?>[X]Where do I sign?I like being the nondescript highschool student as much as the next guy, but this time, we can really do something spectacular with Peter's life.Plus, it would make Uncle Ben and Aunt May incredibly happy.
>>32408475If I agree to the internship and work an on early graduation, could we open negotiations back up for a more formal possition?
>>32408475>Where do I sign?
>>32408475where do i sign
>>32408475>>[ ]I need some time to think about this"Can I have at least flexible time working hours? "
>>32408475>>[ ]Where do I sign?I rather graduate normally, we have friends and Felicia who might take the normal course, graduating early feels wrong without them
Guys, I think we'll need to tell Gwen about the Arc reactor so she doesn't feel gypped.Plus, we can put in a good word for her with Tony so that she can potentially get an internship too.
>>32408475>[X]Where do I sign?
>>32408643He was already interested.No reason to tell her about the reactor though. Nobody finds out about the reactor
>>32408475On the condition that Ms. Gwen Stacey be extended the same internship opportunity should she qualify.
>>32408584We should also make sure not to slack off on our tutoring duties.You know, should Flash and Felicia ever care about high school again.
>>32408666You're right, Satan, somehow I forgot that she managed to impress Stark even without bringing an invention.
>>32408475>[ ]Where do I sign?Sign me the FUCK up.
>>32408666Dude, we can tell Gwen. She's trustworthy and she deserves it after all the fucking Thunder Stealing we just did. >>32408669I support this.
>>32408643Agree but every time we try to meet with her she says she is busy. It would be a good idea to just drop at her home once and have a hearth to heart conversation.
>>32408643>we'll need to tell Gwen about the Arc reactorStopped reading right there. It doesn't help anyone and is better kept as a secret.
>>32408672Shouldnt be too hard.They're hiring us to work on thd battery.As long as that gets built well, I dont think pepper will give a rats ass about the rest.
>>32408672We seriously need to call Flash and Johnny after this and find out what's been going on with them.
>>32408686But that is bad business practice, its a matter of being responsible of what our new employer is asking us to keep secret
Gwen would probably prefer getting in on her own merits rather than Peter helping her out. /That/ would probably upset her.
>>32408727We could always ask if she wants us to put in a good word for her, then.
On a scale of 1 to 10, how mad is Stark at us?
>>32408711We don't have to tell her about the whole "Shrapnel in Stark's Chest" bit, but we can show her the Arc Reactor. Besides, she's looking into Police Records and hacking into that shit for us, she deserves trust back.
>>32408686>she deserves itDeserves to be shown up again? Showing important secrets doesn't make people feel good.
>>32408727Exactly. Plus, we can always tell her we got an internship so Pepper could understand what Tony's talking about half the time.
>>32408752If Pepper isn't mad at us, I don't think Tony would be.
>>32408761We're not showing her oxygen destroyer. We're showing her an invention that Stark already has made public.
Hey Gwen you know how you where busy doing grunt work for me? Well the thing I built while you where doing that just got me all the money plus my dream job. I'll need to have those police reports on my desk by friday, k thnx bye
>>32408752Maybe a 2 or 3, but he'll be happy with us once he realizes that our battery can keep him alive without that pesky 'slow death via Palladium poisoning' thing.
>>32408758>showing her something that people would kill for information on is a good idea>implying showing secrets inherently increases trust
>>32408810In other words, if you need anything from me, just name it.
>>32408475>>[ ]Where do I sign?
>>32408761Gwen deserves being told things and trusted after all she does for Pete. Besides, remember before the retcon the reason Gwen got all crazy is because we didn't trust her or let her in on things. That could easily happen again.
>>32408810This is a lie and you know it anon. Also she will get hired in Parker Incorporated once Peter finish his education
>>32408686We didn't steal any fucking thunder, she still made an impression, we didn't magically make him think she's useless
Where do I sign?Lets go with it after all we are going to be spending more time as spiderman and if we get close to stark we can use his labs to upgrade our suit sooner than couple weeks not only that we finally will have a job again this will also look good in our college resume that shows we worked in Starks industries as scientist, also peter will be smart enough by than when he decides to take the Fed. Besides wasn't peters dream was to become a scientist? Not only that but we can return gwen the favor in the future!
>>32408810Being Gwen is eternal suffering.
>>32408863>trustedPeter already trusts her and she trusts Peter. >the reason Gwen got all crazy is because we didn't trust her Wrong.
>>32408848At any rate, we do owe her big for doing this Kingpin investigation for us.
>>32408836>>showing her something that people would kill for information on is a good idea"Oh Gwen, sure you can look into information on the police record that if discovered you were giving out would probably get your father shamed and fried and you most likely arrested forever on top of researching the most powerful crime lord in New York who will most likely kill you for it.""But sorry, I can't tell you about the Arc Reactor, people might kill for that information."
>>32408891>Making spiderman suits at workGee, what could possibly go wrong
>>32408905>>the reason Gwen got all crazy is because we didn't trust her >Wrong.Did you not fucking read the reasons Cosgrove gave when we asked him about it? She went nuts when Peter was keeping things from her and not letting her in, while he was telling other people and doing shit for himself.
>>32408915>1+1 doesn't equal two
>>32408891Sorry spelling error. I meant GED NOT FED
>>32408915What does she even get from seeing it, what are you trying to accomplishGetting a "That's really cool peter" from her?What are you expecting to happen, what reason do we have.
“I’m definitely interested, Miss Potts.”Opening the books, and with Spyral advising you, Pepper Potts offers you four different option plans after negotiations.The first if that you take your GED with there being some… grease speeding the wheels to get it done fast and you join as her assistant and scientific advisor.The second would be similar to the first, but you’d be in the same contract type Spyral is- independent contractor with loose terms on who you can work with outside of any contracts you have with Stark Industries- they’d come to you with problems and you’d be under nondisclosure concerning work you’ve done.The third is that you finish your schooling and work part time as an ‘intern’ followed by joining Stark Industries similar to the first offer. The final and fourth is the same as the third, but as an independent contractor like the second offer.>Option 1>Option 2>Option 3>Option 4
>>32408949Why are you so asspained into not showing her it? It builds trust with her and gives her a reason as to why we stayed behind and what was going on. Instead of her potentially feeling bitter because Pete got to stay behind, and her not having a show and tell item because she was helping us.
>>32408915There is literally no reason to show her and a couple reasons it's probably not a good idea.
>>32408974I think option 4 maybe?Either that or two.
>>32408974>Option 4We do want to finish high school. Even if it does slow things down a bit.
>>32408974>Option 4secend sound good BUT I really don't want to alienate Peter from all his friends
>>32408974I guess this is a question of... do we want to go to ESU or not?What should Peter do?
>>32408810"Hey, Gwen. I wanted to say thanks for all the hard work you've put in for me so far. I've just landed a spot as an Intern with the ear of Tony Stark's personal assistant whenever I want. So, if you want a recommendation for more than just a piddly internship, just ask. Or I could set you up as assistant to one of Mister Stark's most important subcontractors, plenty of time and resources to be your own private think-tank. If this 'brightest kids in new york think tank' idea doesn't pan out, we'll still be pretty well connected. Also I'm thinking of starting my own company after I get some college under my belt. Mister Stark is already leasing one of my patents for his own use, so I'm kinda hopeful on the future of Parker Industries. What do you say, Vice President of R&D Stacy?"
>>32408974>Option 31 is quite tempting, but I want to finish high school normally with Flash and Gwen.
>>32408994Because we don't have a fucking reason to>>324089742
>>32408727We are not going to do her favors, we can at least tell tony about, you know at least bring her to the door at let her show her intelligence and inventions
>>32409035We couldn't go to ESU until next Fall at the earliest since we're after the admissions date. This doesn't effect our collegiate education at all.
>>32408974>Option 4>The final and fourth is the same as the third, but as an independent contractor like the second offer.This one. I think it'll give us the most free time as well as the most upward mobility.
>>32409049We don't have a reason to hide it from her either, and she deserves the trust.
>>32408974>Option 4We can't make PI if we are working as one of Stark guys
>>32408974>Option 2Only one that gives us the freedom to do what needs to be done. Ask if we can add a provision that we're available for tech-to-english translations for Pepper whenever needed. You know Tony loves to slip into geek-speak.
>>32409098>Stark becomes majority shareholder in PI
>>32408974>>Option 2Graduate early, start PP Inc.
>>32408974>Option 4Guys, We can't do Spiderman stuff if we are not independent.
>>32409119Don't sell stock. Done and done.
>>32409152...#2 is the same as #4 except we are out of school.
>Option 4Changing my vote to this.
>>32409087Just because we have no reason not to isn't a reason to do it you fucking moron
>>32408974>Option 2Why the fuck are we still in school. We need to go to college now.
>>32409193We have a reason to do it, and the world won't fucking explode if we do. Just because you want to keep the arc reactor secret so you can fucking jerk off to it, isn't a reason to do it.
Option 3 or 4Seeing as we want to work with other heroes and scientist in the future we shouldn't have to limit our options to who we can work with.
>>32409178This. Option 4 is superior because it allows us to finish up our highschool career and graduate with our friends.>>32409208We only have one semester left, dude. Chill.
>>32409193>we have no reason not toEh? Jealousy/bitter that Peter showed her for no reason other than what looks like to show off.
>>32409236#3 and #4 are the same as #1 and #2 except we stay in high school. Why do we want to stay in high school?
>>32409208We need to keep contact with our friends, Gwen might be able to graduate early but MJ, Felicia, and Flash don't have such brains to do so.
>>32409269Felicia probably has graduated several times by now.School is only part of her disguise anyways
>>32409268Waifu and friends, also WE really need to check Flash and his new Venom buddy before something bad happen.
>>32409269>Peter Parker: The Teacher: The Teachening ISoon.
>>32409299Even so, Flash and MJ still are our friends, and Flash still needs help
>>32409299I doubt it. She did actually need tutoring. Plus she's only 17 or 18.
>>32409299Felicia is retardedly rich and could honestly buy the education system and give herself a diploma.
>>32409299She's young enough that her boobs haven't grown in yet.
>>32409308We don't need to go to school with people to be friends with them. We're still (trying) to tutor Flash, we live next door to MJ, we can get Gwen a freaking job, and Felicia... We met her when she wasn't showing up to school and I kinda doubt she'll show up when it starts up again.
>>32409236Again i'm sure in the future if we continue working with stark and he learns we are spider man he will trust us enough to let us do business with other heroes besides we want the upgrades provided by stark and the money. Fuck school we r taking the GED.
>>32409308Flash has kind of been skirting his tutoring sessions presumably due to being Agent Venom, but Peter doesn't know that.
>>32409370We kind of have a clue.We still recall the things from the future trip so while we may not know for sure, hes high on the list of suspects.
>>32409398We have no idea when he got it, and for all Peter knows he could have already prevented it.
>>32408974>Option 4 is the best. We only got one semester left and then we can go staight into college.Seriously, we need to find felicia. We aren't doing anything to find her.
>people playing it safe and picking #4 other than joining the ranks of Bill Gates and Richard Branson and elevating our living style to gangbusters and giving Ben some deserved time off.
>>32409398Not just that but peter had a good glimpse of flash's outfit In the future and seeing how this present black looks similar i'm sure he can put two and two together after all he figured out felicia's identity by himself.
>>32409457Doing freelance work would make us some huge money. Not to mention the fact that this is a monetary source that we can actually tell Ben and May about.
>>32409454I really think we should take care of Felicia before we delve into the whole stark thing
>>32409454>We aren't doing anything to find her.That's what the whole kingpin thing is for. So we can find her.
>>32409498In a week anon,we can wreack kingpin´s place and see what the hell is going on in the underworld.
In the end, you end up taking the Fourth option. You’ll finish out the year while interning part time for Stark Industries and when you graduate you’ll set up as an independent contractor. The paperwork is finished and ready to go, and if you ever want to move up that schedule, you’re free to do so.As it is, you’ve received a number and pass for Stark Industries, allowing you access to labs to work on things with Pepper as your direct supervisor. You’ll be working along with Doctor Spyral to further refine the Bio-rechargeable battery starting immediately.And, on certain occasions you might be needed there instead of at school. Otherwise- with the ludicrous amounts of money you received, just now, from the battery’s licensing and its eventual royalties and promise of paid work you’re set monetarily.>[ ]Get to work tonight>[ ]Call it a night tonight>write in
>>32409443>(in future) Flash uses an Symbiote Venom in shape of soldier Spiderman>(now)A black Spiderman who look similar to Agent Venom have a battle with UltVenom>Flash start to make shity excuses for not meeting up>"Hey, its probable nothing but I could go to his house and see if he is ok. I mean if there is nothing wrong than the worst case scenario is that I will waste 10 minutes talking with him"
>>32409559>>[ ]Get to work tonight
So considering where we are chronologically in relation to Iron Man, we still have a while before Blonsky rampages through Harlem, right?
>>32409559>[ ]Get to work tonight
>>32409559>>>[X]Get to work tonightSpider-Manning after we tell our Aunt and uncle the good news.Now we can help pay the bills on the house and things.
>>32409559>>[X]Get to work tonight
>>32409559>>[ ]Get to work tonightCall the house and tell everybody the news
>>32409559>[ ]Get to work tonight>>32409583Assuming movie Hulk happens, yes. Cos said last thread that not everyone necessarily gets their MCU version.
>>32409559>Get to work tonightBe sure to call Aunt May and Uncle Ben first so they don't worry.
>>32409559>>[ ]Call it a night tonight>>32409583About a year. Though, there is no guarantee Cos will even use MCU Hulk.
>>32409559>>[ ]Call it a night tonightWe've spent a week doing science. Let's go home, tell Uncle Ben and Aunt May, take a rest day, then get to work hardcore the next.
>>32409559>>[ ]Get to work tonightTell Aunt May and Uncle Ben the good news
>>32409559>>[ ]Get to work tonightBut.Call home first.
>>32409559>[ ]Get to work tonightOut of curiosity, how much sleep does Peter need a day? Surely with him being superhuman, there would be some difference?
>>32409559>>[ ]Call it a night tonightCelebrate!>>32409561Agreed. If we don't know enough to *prove* Flash is Venom, we have plenty to suspect he's in some way connected.
>>32409559>>[ ]Call it a night tonight
>>32409559>[x]Get to work tonight
>>32409559>[ ]Get to work tonightDon't disappoint!
>>32409559>>[ ]Get to work tonightINITIATIVE PETER. A mans life may be riding on this. Technically we're still kind of unclear on that.Provided we let Uncle Ben and Aunt May know.
>>32409620less than half.
Get to work tonightlets first figure out how to go from improving our work but not work all night since we worked all week on this besides we don't want to be tired the next day that would suck. We can work on it more the next day.
>>32409559>Get to work tonight.
>>32409707Uh.Oh.Guys, what's the biggest hit Spidey has ever received from the Hulk?
>>32409559>[ ]Get to work tonightLet's get to work on improving that battery.
>>32409559>[ ]Get to work tonight"Good news uncle Ben, you can retire. From now on Im paying all the bills"
>>32409707Y'know, if I was to use MCU hulk.
>>32409721Actually, I think we should start planning a schedule, and discuss with with Spyral too. If we're going to be doing research we'll probably be doing it with her, and she needs to realize our need for flexible hours, what with the whole spiderman thing. We should probably work as often as we can too, in order to make sure we have the hours in in case shit goes down and we get taken out of the game due to supershinanigans
>>32409735One time peter was able to punch the hulk so hard he flew to the stratosphere i think.about recieving?,more than that,spidey has been hit by everyone ranging from rampaging berzerkers to physical gods and he just stands back up. thats why hes so liked actually, the determinator status is really awesome
>>32409559>[ ]Get to work tonightPepper made it clear this was a priority. Also, she promised to give us the whole story once we signed.
>>32409749Oh right! First up: paying off Aunt May and Uncle Ben's bills, all of them. Mortgage too.
>>32409801That's a good point. Doesn't mean we can't still Spider-Man every other day or so.
>>32409809No. They wouldn't want that and don't actually need it. Just purchase the food we usually eat (when grocery shopping I suppose), do work around the house, etc.
Today: Work.Tomorrow: Hang out with MJ.Tomorrow Night: Spider-Man.That sound okay?
>>32409868Of course they'll say that, but we can insist and at least pitch in a little bit so that Ben doesn't have to work these overtime shifts he's been doing.
>>32409809Also we need to buy/install a brand new security system for the house you don't want our uncle to walk in to some happy trigger burglar
>>32409559>get to work tonight
>>32409869We should probably hang out with Gwen at some point, talk about the expo and such
>>32409793I agree, besides once pepper tells us tony's secret I bet peter and spyral will be more than motivated to finish the project. After all a mans life is at risk! Sorta.
>>32409869Replace Spiderman stuff with talking to Gwen and it will be perfect.
>>32409902We should actually help her with her expo booth and her research.
>>32409869We need to hang out with Johnny and Flash too.
>>32409902Not to mention telling her that we owe her bigtime for looking into the Kingpin for us, and that if she needs us to do anything, all she needs to do is ask.
>>32409894>pitch in a little bitSure, pay for our own expenses and if they need things done around the house, help out (especially anything related to our skill set). But what I was specifically against was paying for all of their bills and mortgage.
>>32409926And DOOM.And Stella ;_;
>>32409902This. Help Gwen.We got a job and that's great for us, but don't forget our friend.
>>32409946I think they actually refused.So Peter has been stuck with filling the fridge with as much food as possible with grocery shopping.
Regardless of SHIELD, I'm pretty sure Stark himself is gonna be hiring people to keep an eye on us.Like I don't think you guys appreciate just how suspicious we would look an outside perspective, especially if you're already a bit paranoid.Like we show up knowing a lot more than we should, and just happen to have the right invention to solve their problems.
>>32409960Not on same continent. Not on same plane of reality
>>32409970>I think they actually refused.I knew something along those lines happened.
So should we tell Stark that we're Spider-man?
>>32409960I wonder what Stella is doing right now.
>>32409985"Happy accidents don't happen in my world Mr Parker."And then Fury shanghis us.
>>32410009Only after we get his opinion on Spider-Man first.
Hey i'm sure we can figure out how to hack uncle ben and may's credit cards and fill them with money without them knowing or write a fake later or something saying they won money or whatever.
>>32410009I don't see how that's relevant.
>>32410009He'll find out eventually.
>>32410018Hanging out with Risa
>>32410009Why? No, it's none of his business.
>>32410009No. Honestly we already have enough people in on the secret.
>>32410030No. Let's offer to help with the house expenses and leave it at that.
>>32410018Crying. Waiting for Peter to pick1. Save Stella2. Save Stella3. Save Stella
>>32410009Right now? Hell no. In the future when he become more trust worthy? possibly.
>>32410058I pick every Stella related option I can.But Peter just won't remember.
>>32410018Hanging out with the 90's animated series Mary Jane, both waiting to be saved.
>>32410076>I pick every Stella related option I can.If only there were more people like us.
>>32410082The one that's dead?
>>32410018I seem to remember Cos saying something along the lines of having her own little adventures and pouting.
>>32410115His exact words were "periods of activity and dormancy"But I'd like Stella doing some adventures.
>>32410058Bring Stella back
>>32410097Didn't go to look for felicia? If not what happened to her?
Calling your home, you tell them the good news- about the battery and internship as well as that you’ll be home late, they want to keep you around to finish everything up. You’ve never seen aunt May sound so emotional, not since when she and Uncle Ben came to get you after your parents…You promise to call them when you’re ready to head home, but you’ve really got to get to work.And the next hour actually IS taken up by paperwork- following that, Pepper Potts explains the situation to both you and Doctor Spyral. When he went missing, Tony Stark was captured. He has shards of metal in his chest that only don’t pierce through to his heart because of the electromagnet powered by the arc reactor.The thing saving his life is killing him slowly. Its like a terrible ironic joke by God.The two of you are shown to a lab as Doctor Spyral begins requesting equipment to be brought here, more serious and in control. You go through and request several things you’ll need as well as the two of you begin working on how to miniaturize the bio-rchargeable battery. If it can be made as small as the arc reactor, that’s be enough for now.>1/2
>>32410101No, she fell in a portal to some strange dimension that no one knows.The series ends with Spider-Man traveling with Madame Web to find her.
>>32410150>Using labs. Labs are wonderful, wonderful things. All Peter really needs is a place to work, but a good quality lab gives you tons of benefits! >The Stark industried lab gives the “well funded” and “materials on request” categories, meaning that from the “Well funded” that the tools are top tier, reducing Dcs by TEN for the high quality materials. The “Materials on Demand” shortens research and development time by a third. >However, when on a time limit, such as working for stark industries the ‘removal of rolling’ rule is removed- the pressure’s on, so your partner merely adds a bonus to your rolls and an extra benefit: for right now, for example: Doctor Spyral gives a +5, and to projects mechanical or biological it increases to a +10- furthermore, she adds one more die to your dice pool o a total of 4d20 plus modifiers! In this case, the goal is to create a total from your rolls equivalent to the DC!>Current Lab Projects: Bioelectricity Rechargeable Battery miniaturization I,II, and III>Current estimated time: ????>Overall DC: 100(I), 150(II), 150(III) - plus relevant modifies makes the DCS- 85(I), 135(II), and 135 (III)>please roll me 1d20+24!
Rolled 10 + 24>>32410170
Rolled 15 + 24>>32410170
Rolled 5 + 24>>32410170FOR SCIENCEEEE
Rolled 4 + 24>>32410170
>>32410170Ty based Stark Industries
>>32410180Breddy not bad
>>32410180Time for SCIENCE!
>>32410179>>32410180>>32410181>>32410183So, in total we got 130 if we're totaling up this set of 4.
>>32410179>>32410180>>32410181>>32410183>39/85 on Miniaturization I>writing
>>32410180Hells yea Anon
>>32410209>>32410218Never mind then.
>>32410218>DCS- 85(I), 135(II), and 135 (III)>135(II), and 135 (III)?
>>32410218Is the 24 added?
>>32410218>>39/85So we only got half of it done or what?
>>32410249Even if its only half, pretty gud.
>>32410243>15 + 24= ?
>>32410179>>32410180>>32410181>>32410183Well try try try again Peter.
>>32410259>pretty gudDamn right. Not even a day.
>>32410268Science is all about learning from mistakes.
Hey, getting Miniaturization I nearly half complete on the first day/whatever is an excellent start.
Hey can anyone tell how I can dice roll here? I don't see any options or buttons for it.
>>32410295Put it in the email field newfriendanon.And please read the sticky on Page 0.
>>32410295Oh dear.READ THE STICKY.
>>32410274With all the +24's there was no way we could have failed, even if all we rolled where 1's.What we wanted was the second or third on the scale. Still though a working miniaturized prototype on day 1 bodes well for us and our career... IN SCIENCE!
>>32410295How about you read the fucking sticky?
>>32410319Only the top one counted, anon. We're not done with stage I yet.
>>32410319We haven't done it. We've done the first of four rolls. That's why Cosgrove (>>32410218) said we're now at 39 out of 85.
>>32410294What this anon said. We just did more for battery technology in one day than every scientist on earth between 1960 and 2010. Seriously. We literally did half a century worth of work in a few hours. Because it's been over half a century since the last ~significant~ breakthrough in power storage technology.
Progress so far39/355
>>32410348>Top ten on the hypothetical Algorithm.
>>32410348>there are people RIGHT NOW who don't worship Peter Parker as the God of Progressplebs, everyone on Earth
I wonder how Norman's doing.>I've been watching that kid for years, and Mr. Roboot Pants swoops in and he just jumps at a job. Maybe I should build my own robot pants....>"Well Mr. Osborn, it's just an internship. I finally decided: I want to finish school and then do my own private contracting. And the deal with Stark Industries was kind of an emergency, I had the start to a medical solution they needed as soon as possible.">"A 'medical solution'?" Shit, it can't be the cancer-suit can it? Fuck, why did I ever let that thing walk? Stupid, stupid, stupid!
>>32410385>not worshiping your one true half-Goddess StellaMethinks your the pleb, Midgardian
Came back watching X-Men days of future pass and seeing massive progress similar to Senteniel Tyrion makes me smile
It takes a while to finish setting everything up, but the two of you get to work- mainly on theory crafting the battery- pepper’s there at first, but as the two of you use your new facilities and not improvised ones, there’s more room and supplies to work with, and eventually you‘ve noticed she‘s left- probably to have words with Tony Stark. On the battery, though- you’ve got an idea on how to make it smaller, but it isn’t quite there yet. But you’ve both made a good leap in progress.When done for the night, the two of you lock up and head home. Spyral plans to walk home, enjoy the night alone.>[ ]Call Uncle Ben for a ride>[ ]walk home as well>[ ]Holy shit, yes! Run home cheering!>write in
>>32410419>>write inCALL A CABDOSH MANWE CAN CLAIM ON COMPANY EXPENSE
>>32410419>>[ ]Holy shit, yes! Run home cheering!
>>32410417>implying Stella and Peter wouldn't be worshiped as a pair
>>32410419>>[ ]walk home as well>>write inWalk with Spyral, stop and get ice cream to celebrate. Spyral needs a friend to celebrate shit like this with.
>>32410419>[ ]walk home as well
>>32410419>[ ]Call Uncle Ben for a rideDon't want them worrying about us. This would be a fitting time for a certain universal event to happen.
>>32410419Whatever we do, make sure to call and say we're on our way home.
>>32410419Call Uncle Ben, tell him not to bother picking us up (that we have a ride already) and> Run home cheering
>>32410419>[ ]walk home as wellRunning and cheering would be funny, but Peter needs to chill now
Rolled 18 + 24>>32410419>>[ ]Holy shit, yes! Run home cheering!
>>32410419>[ ]Holy shit, yes! Run home cheering!
>>32410458you shut your whore mouth
>>32410419>>[ ]Call Uncle Ben for a rideI feel we should Spyral a ride, after all all this wouldn't be possible without her help.
>>32410419>[ ]walk home as wellRunning would result in hitting Uncle Ben's car and killing him.
>>32410419Call a cabLets stave off the inevitable death flag
>>32410458Uncle Ben will only die if it's indirectly our fault in some way that involves us being petty or selfish.
>>32410437>>32410504Do this or walk with Spyral if we're walking the same direction.
6 THREADS AWAY FROM FALLING OFF THE BOARDBE ADVISED
>>32410419>>[ ]walk home as well
Go out and celebrate with spyral i'm sure she just as thrilled
>>32410545roll me athletics- 1d20+6 please
Rolled 1 + 6>>32410565
Rolled 4 + 6>>32410565Good Bye Uncle Ben.,
Rolled 7 + 6>>32410565Oh lord ...
Rolled 9 + 6>>32410565SPIDER RUNNE->>32410572WRENLOFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFT
Rolled 2 + 6>>32410565
Rolled 18 + 6>>32410565