sorry for the late start- jacked up my shoulder at some point, so I was re wrapping it so the hot pad would stay on it. At least it's the side I expect to go out from time to time, haha. past that, week after next is a toss up between a sherktwins oneshot or another Brigitte oneshot, what would you guys rather do?Archives here:http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=Strike%20witches%201989++Barin fades behind you, it's rain-slicked runway gradually disappearing into the cloud as you climb above the sudden shower. You're almost sad to see it go, but at the same time you're happy to be getting back to the front- back where you belong. You'd noticed more than a few heads in the windows overlooking the enclosed tarmac- you're pretty sure you recognized the impassive face of Natalya and the still dizzy look of Konstantina- you'd seen them just before hitting the flight line, and had hugged them goodbye- they're not so bad when they're not trying to kill you. You hope next time you run into them isn't over Poland. Not that you're not positive you'd win- you know you can beat them both if it came to it- but part of you would rather not. Honestly, you feel bad for them- child soldiers never have it good, and those two, well. 1/3
Konstantina had, somewhat predictably, shut down at the contact. Felt like she wasn't sure what to do, and just hung there. You probably shouldn't have added mussing her hair, but hey, no one ever said you weren't cruel sometimes. She's probably still unable to speak. Natalya on the other hand, didn't even seem to register it. It's kind of strange, she as good as saved your life in Paris, but you're reasonably sure if she was ordered to kill you tomorrow, she'd be up there, trying her best. Might be able to pull it off, too- everyone gets unlucky, sometimes. You wonder, idly, if luck extends to the loa- you'd done a bit of reading on them at the castle. Personally, you don't think you're quite wild enough to rate being any of the Guede loa, but you're willing to admit Brigitte knows a hell of a lot more on the subject than you. You'll have to work on it. You're fully armed this trip- no sense in not carrying everything you can, and it's providing a useful test of Merlin's new extradimensional bays, not to mention a useful booster to her confidence. It's also comforting, knowing you've got the combined throw weight of the better part of a conventional squadron onboard- eight AMRAAMS in each dorsal bay, sixteen Agile IIIs occupying each nacelle bay, and your centerline loaded with a further twenty four AMRAAMS- the fact that you're carrying a total of forty AMRAAMS and a further thirty two Agiles at no weight penalty kind of boggles your mind. 2/3
Behind you, Merlin has been quiet since they unhooked the APU on the ground- checking over her systems, you assume, though, unusually, your MFD, the one displaying the sensor readout, isn't flashing through it's settings to show you what her main panel in back is seeing- it's just a plan enhanced radar overlay, and completely superfluous. The target markers displayed on the inside of your canopy are more than adequate, especially to track the civilian traffic passing above and south of you, though, vaguely, your passive sensors can detect the CAP over Paris. You note it's been beefed up- looks like a full squadron of mirages now. You're supposed to be linking up with fighters from JG.6/III and II- two squadrons from a Luftwaffe wing, one of the few they have equipped with their domestic variant tomcats. Should be good to be with cats on the flight line again- you've kind of missed the sight of ranked fighters on a flight line instead of striker racks crammed in a hangar, the sound of massed turbofans spooling up preflight. You've missed going out with live weapons and ammo with the intent to deliver hurt. Part of you, a small, dangerous part, has missed the killing. You clamp down on it as soon as it appears, but it's always there. You're nearing Berlin when Merlin, in the back, Finally speaks up. “Frank?”“Whatcha got, Merlin?” You ask, looking around- there's nothing in the air, though there's a formation out in front of you that you're pretty sure is your group. “N-nothing. But I wanted to ask you, do you have a bad feeling about this?” “About this flight?” You ask. “No. About this. The transfer. Going east.” She says. “I-I'm scared, Frank. I feel like something's going to happen. Something awful.” “How can it? We're here.” “Like what? Do you know?”
>>34914366>[x] “Like what? Do you know?”"when did you become a newtype?"
>>34914366> “How can it? We're here.”
>>34914366> "Like what? Do you know?"This can only end well. Also, casting my vote for sherktwanz. Brigitte quest was fun, liked the solo sneaking mission stuff, but I need me some sherk.
>>34914366>[x] "Like what? Do you know?"
>>34914366>[x] “Like what? Do you know?”We've been outta combat for a while now and with the Soviets on the run they may start fighting like rabid dogs, the storm is coming. Best night of the week!Voting for the Sherks, mix it up with their crazy.
>>34914366> “Like what? Do you know?”FORTY GODDAMN AMRAAMSI'M IN LOVEWhich model?
>>34914366> “Like what? Do you know?”
>>34914366> “How can it? We're here.”>72 missilesThat's some Ace Combat shit right there
 “Like what? Do you know?”Now she gets prophesy powers? Neat.
>>34914603I wish my fucking planes in Wargame carried that many missiles.
>>34914643HATO scum pls go.
>>34914366 “Like what? Do you know?”
>>34914366 “Like what? Do you know?try to reassure her regardless.>Kostantina headpats and hugsDawwww.>Natalya hugs.I'm sad....I can actually picture that. Also I think Frank has a bad feeling too considering that he keeps talking about being unlucky.On the otherhand, I have an idea for another poem but may not be as good as the first one. Interested?
>>34914366[X] “Like what? Do you know?”
How old is Kostantina? I know Natalya is around Merlin/Wendy/Goose age but how old is she?
>>34914366>[x] “Like what? Do you know?”Also, Sherktwanz pls.
>>34915200Somewhere in her mid-low twenties
>>34915372>>34915200Wait, shit nevermind, wrong russian
>>34914366>[x] “Like what? Do you know?”We listen to our hunches, and we listen to our RIO- if she has a feeling, we should investigate it and heed her warning.
>>34914366 “Like what? Do you know?”Also, the PJ drawfag produced something nice.
>>34914366>>[x] “Like what? Do you know?”Yeah I gotta say, I'm expecting the next few battles we get into are going to be ugly.
>>34915759Don't be silly. Ugly's in Japan.
>>34915725god damn wack jobs....
>>34915778Oh you!But seriously, now.
>>34915783Yes, they both are crazy. Crazy sexy
Well, I meant to post these on Sunday, but completely forgot, so might as well post them now while we're waiting!http://pastebin.com/a0z1ZkeShttp://pastebin.com/nydV9Q6x
[x] “Like what? Do you know?” The tone of her voice worries you- she's usually what you'd describe as 'relatively confident' in the air, but now she just sounds... well, like a scared little girl. Which, to be fair, she is right now, so you can't fault her that. “Like what, kiddo? Do you know?” You ask, keeping your own voice calm and reassuring. “N-no.” She admits, quietly. “I just... I don't know. I'm sorry.” You laugh, then key the intercom again. “For having a bad feeling and not being able to tell me exactly why?” You ask. “Kiddo, we're heading into a warzone, I'd say it's justified.”“I guess.” She says, trailing off. “Just promise me you'll be careful.”“Aren't we always?” You ask, stressing the we. “No.” She says, flatly, then changes the subject. “Hey, there's our guys.”1/3 (spacing is weird here, might be 4)
Jagdgeschwader 6 is one of those units that has a long and storied history- and just so happens to be equipped with tomcats. In the war, they were formed around the remnants of a wing that had been equipped with Me-110s, and flown predominantly in the defensive role, intercepting martian raids and attacks- and paying dearly for it. Converted over to the Fw-190 in '44, they joined the efforts on the western front, shifting east after the liberation of France. Their tomcats- two groups of them, six squadrons- represent a considerable chunk of the German Tomcat fleet, but they're also one of the most potent air superiority forces available right now. Their tomcats are just emerging from an indigenous upgrade program, and as you close, slotting in with the rearmost squadron, your practiced eye makes out several differences. Word has it the Luftwaffe tomcat drivers have been straining at the bit to get into the fight- almost their entire fleet was grounded following a crash about a year ago, with the decision to embark an an ambitious upgrade and modernization program only settled on after the echocats in the pacific started wreaking havoc against the Soviets and Chinese there. You've heard these new luftkats are similar, though you note they lack both the thrust vectoring and the canards of the navy models. Like you, they're headed west to replace a fought out unit- in this case, a USAF F-15E wing. You'll be joining a pair of Polish squadrons at the base, one in their locally-modified F-20s and one of J35Js, which you're worried will make the place cramped beyond belief, though you've heard the base was built to house two or three wings, if necessary. They don't talk much, and as you cross to the east, you manage to catch sight of the area where the battle of Berlin took place- the wreckage is mostly gone, though you can still see the scar in the ground where the dreadnought went down. 2/4
Poland itself shows evidence of the campaign across it- though from up here, it can be hard to tell, especially this far back. The Allied nations retook this land months ago, and the recovery is well underway, though as you get closer to Torun, your goal, you make out more and more places where you can see a battle was fought- the moonscape of an artillery target, the occasional crashed aircraft your sensors pick up and highlight, that sort of thing. The luftwaffe aircraft start landing first at the base- which you have to admit, is huge. Three good-sized runways, and taxiways that look long enough to handle fighters taking off from them as well- this place could probably get it's contingent in the air on alert in a hurry, and you mark the presence of heavy antiaircraft defenses, both static and mobile. Hell, you can see a patriot battery from here, it's boxy launchers pointed more-or-less east. Almost makes you wonder what you can't see. Upon landing yourself- the last aircraft to do so, you're directed by a marshal in a polish air force uniform to one of four identical hangars set along the back of the tarmac. Taxiing inside, you're happy to see the twin's fighter, along with the striker racks- and marine guards. It's not that you don't trust the allies, but you feel better knowing the jarheads are here too. 3/4
There's also a pair of racks in the back housing ground strikers, though you're not sure about their model. You wonder, briefly, why they're painted that flat black, then decide you're not too worried about it. You're directed to your spot- a stall along the left side of the hangar- and finally shut down everything, popping the seal of the canopy and setting your helmet on top of your instrument panel as your crew unlocks the ladder and extends it. “Glad to see ya made it, sir.” the chief says, saluting then holding out his hand. “Chief Marshall at your service.” You return the salute and the handshake. “Glad to have you with us, chief. You from the Saratoga?” He nods. “Yessir, Freddy wanted me to send his regards.” He says. “He got sent stateside with the sara as an instructor.” He laughs. “He hates it.” I bet he does. Have you met my RIO?  Shame he's not here. Where's the chow hall and the bunks?
>>34916452> I bet he does. Have you met my RIO? > Shame he's not here. Where's the chow hall and the bunks?
>>34916452> I bet he does. Have you met my RIO?It's good to socialize her from time to time
>>34916452>[x] I bet he does. Have you met my RIO? >[x] Shame he's not here. Where's the chow hall and the bunks?
>>34916452>[x] I bet he does. Have you met my RIO?>locally-modified F-20sI know this is making someone happy.
>>34916452> I bet he does. Have you met my RIO?
>>34916452 Shame he's not here. Where's the chow hall and the bunks?Merlin predicts something bad. GRU-witch squads here to capture us? Perhaps they have fallen in love like Konnie.
>>34916452>[X] I bet he does. Have you met my RIO?
>>34916452>[x] I bet he does. Have you met my RIO?
>>34916452> Shame he's not here. Where's the chow hall and the bunks?PRIORITIES. Food and sleep.
>>34916505>F-20That is me. F-5/F-20 is my cold war planefu.
>>34916505Barrett Tillman would love this.
>>34916517>somehow Raikov comes to kidnap Frank and Merlin
>>34916378>locally-modified F-20sTigersharks!pic related
>>34916189>Tarin/JaniceMy dick.>Red/RaikovMY DICK.
>>34916581>not Raikov bringing Red along for "Training"
>>34916581oh god Frank head pats wont work on her! RUN YOU FOOL!
 I bet he does. Have you met my RIO?  Shame he's not here. Where's the chow hall and the bunks?"Who doesn't? So, there can I find the usual creature comforts? And have you met my RIO?"
>>34916452> I bet he does. Have you met my RIO?Also ask after the squadron. Gotta go see our girls.
>>34916452>[x] I bet he does. Have you met my RIO?>[x] Shame he's not here. Where's the chow hall and the bunks?
guys I had to get a new computer and can't find feelthy's pastebin. could I get a link?
>>34916452> I bet he does. Have you met my RIO? > Shame he's not here. Where's the chow hall and the bunks?Greetings gentlemen!>>34916595>locally-modified F-20sShin Kazama where
[x] I bet he does. Have you met my RIO? You snort and nod. “I bet he does, hell, I would too. They standing up new wings?” Chief Marshall nods. “Yessir, Fred got tapped to teach at a tech school for new Tomcat mechanics. Looks like a lot of his students are gonna be foreign nationals though, scuttlebutt says there's a half dozen countries interested in them now.”You laugh. “I can't imagine why, chief.” you look back, helping Merlin down off the last step fo the ladder. “Have ya met my RIO? Lieutenant Senior grade Samantha Wells. Callsign Merlin.”Merlin looks up at your new chief. “So this is the wonderkid, huh?” He asks, then smiles. “You're welcome in the hangar anytime you like, Lieutenant Wells.”She nods like that's expected- and it may well be. “T-thank you.” She says. “H-have you worked w-with Wyverns before?” The chief looks around, then shakes his head. “No ma'am. Truth be told, none of us have, there's just not enough guys to go around to train for these birds. But my crew's got nearly two hundred years combined experience on the fast jets, and we just got out of a six month school on the airframe.”Merlin nods. “I-I can help, t-there's some off the books c-changes to this one.” She says. “A-and I worked w-with the chance-vought f-factory team in California a-and England.” the chief nods. “We'd be glad to have the help, ma'am.” “A-and call me M-merlin, chief.” She says. “I-I don't think I'm o-old enough t-to be a ma'am y-yet.”He grins. “Yes Ma- er. Merlin.” 1/3
Merlin nods, satisfied, and the chief looks over at your fighter. “She's still too warm to work on yet, but we'll be taking a poke here in a bit. Base SOP is to leave everything fuelled and carrying at least a fifty percent load, but they said you came in armed?” You nod. “Yeah, fully armed.” “Thank god for small favors, sir. Our load toads are already busy, we don't have nearly enough to go around here. Hell, half the time we're helping to Poles or the Krauts with their shit.” He says. You nod, having expected that. “Commander Kazanski wanted to see you when you landed, told me to pass it on.” He says. “Her office is over there-” he points across the flight line, to a cluster of admin buildings alongside the tarmac. “Up on the fourth floor. Kinda nice, overlooks the flight line.” You nod again, having expected that as well. “When you're done up there, miss Merlin, if you want to come back down and show us the ropes, we'd appreciate the help.” He says. Merlin nods. “W-will do. I-is it ok if I e-eat in here?” She asks. “As long as you don't make a mess.” the chief responds. “I don't run a messy shop.” He half-turns at a call from one of his crew- then shakes his head. “Ahh crap. 'scuse me, I gotta go see what they've boogered up this time. Nice meeting ya, sir, ma'am.” You shake his hand again then head out, angling across the flight line to the admin building. 2/3
Inside, it's basically everything you've come to expect- offices, records rooms, that sort of thing. Elevators are in the center of the building, though there's stairwells around as well- you'd rather not walk if you can avoid it though. Ice's office is actually two rooms in- she shares a secretarial team with the commanders of JG6, who, apparently, either hasn't arrived yet, or isn't in. The secretaries are both dressed in Luftwaffe uniforms, and neither looks up as you walk in, both busy with work on their desks. The boss' door is basically just a frame around a pane of frosted glass- you wonder where they turned that up, though you suppose this base could be one of the ones the soviets built, and there was just work done after it was taken in the drive east. Inside, you can see her, albeit it barely, with the glass blurring the interior of her office into a fuzz. You don't think she's seen you yet, though she no doubt knows you're down.  Knock- no reason to let these guys think we don't respect our boss.  Just walk in- she expects it that way anyways.
>>34917625>[x] Knock- no reason to let these guys think we don't respect our boss.
>>34917625>[X] Knock- no reason to let these guys think we don't respect our boss.
>>34917625[X] Knock- no reason to let these guys think we don't respect our boss.
>>34917625 Just walk in- she expects it that way anyways.More fun this way. Especially if she's doing something naughty. I bet she's thinking about us.
>>34917625> Knock- no reason to let these guys think we don't respect our boss.
>>34917625> Knock- no reason to let these guys think we don't respect our boss.We DO respect her, after all.
>>34917625> Knock- no reason to let these guys think we don't respect our boss.Well, duh, we ARE the Grand Archduchess' Kazanski's Knight Protector after all.Don't mind me I'm just making up titles harhar
>>34917625> Just walk in- she expects it that way anyways.
So anyone around here managed to get lucky with the Pixy random drop?
>>34917705>Grand ArchduchessShould be Empress.
>>34917744Meh, I know man.I'm still on a Cordelia di Randgriz high though.
>>34917705>>34917744Czarina/Tsarina. And probably also master to her in the near future if she gets her way.
>>34917806After Peter the Great they were all formally called Emperor of All Russia. Most just called them Tsars.
>>34917806>probably also masterYou mean dom?
>>34917879Let's be honest, she's gonna call him master.
>>34917860>>34917806>>34917744>>34917782Besides, Ice ain't at the top yet, so I think archduchess fits her.
>>34917920And may never be, again we had this discussion. In any case I think you're right.
>>34917906Meido Ice, anyone?
>>34917625> Knock- no reason to let these guys think we don't respect our boss.>40 AMRAAMS>32 AgilesI can't find any weight data on the agiles but I'd just like to point out that that many AMRAAMS weighs more than an Apollo capsule. Jesus christ.
>>34917964Thanks man. They'd probably refer to her as Archduchess Tabatha Kazanski, Pretender to the Romanov Throne.
>>34917981>40 AMRAAMS>32 AgilesSo we on Ace Difficulty now huh?
>>34917981Magic makes them weightless. Yay magic!
>>34918003Claimant, perhaps? Aspirant?>>34917970FUND IT
>>34917981Hammerspace is one hell of a thing.>>34918003I kinda like it.>>34917970Drawfags you know what to do!
>>34918031>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pretender>>34918052>Ice with white apron, black stockings and a maid cap>MOE MOE KYUUN~ or something like that>Yui and Ritsu make cute noises
>>34918093She also fufills her M Desires by making Frank be the sexually harressing Baron who kidnap poor desolate maidens and puts them to work as maids for his manor and pleasure
>>34917970DO IT!>>34917625 Knock- no reason to let these guys think we don't respect our boss.
>>34918160Trying to kill me with laughter anon?
>>34917981That whole bit really bothers me. You get free infinite energy by moving the hidden mass around in a gravitational field. It breaks conservation of mass-energy, which can be handwaved because yay magic, but also breaks conservation of momentum. So in internet terms, you stick it in a rail gun and shoot an arbitrarily sized mass arbitrarily close to light speed. You also get isolated system propulsion, which doesn't even make sense. Ex: you have a metal shell with a magic pocket and mass that weighs the same. Accelerate the mass backwards and then put it in the pocket, and your room is now moving forward. Move the pocket back to the front, rinse, repeat. You can now move your spaceship without pushing off anything or losing any mass.
>>34918233So, taking your theory, if there's energy released within hammerspace, where will it go? IS it even possible that so much energy becomes stored in hammerspace?
>>34918233That's why every thread I wonder what the catch is, even if it's just 'It takes about as much energy from the magic to do that kind of silliness'. I'm fine with magic violating thermodynamics.But even without that kind of silliness you can do crazy shit.
>>34918286My gods, the Spiral Nemesis approaches.
>>34918323>Spiral NemesisWell shit.Witch Yoko when
>>34918360Which kind of witch would we want?
>>34918317>>34918233I mean shit we already have witches using their magic for reactionless drives... I think. The props on old strikers were just an effect, right? I vaguely remember the schematics of the jet striker saying that it straight-up shot magic out of the ass for propulsion, but I could be wrong
>>34918390Let's see...I think Yoko M Tank strikers would do!~ Yeah that's it~ Wahahaha!~
>>34918435Screw That. Yoko W Tank witch.
>>34918233Well, it's not getting stored in hammerspace. We've already shown that we don't take weight or turning penalties with storage; you're just accelerating once with the mass hidden, and once with it in effect. It's the same way they get unpowered glider speed records, except instead of extracting energy from wind differentials, you're taking it from...Higgs field differential, I guess? But unlike air, which is made of particles that actually get pushed away, the energy and momentum just appear.Wiki for gliders: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dynamic_soaringVid: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MNrEYcHKvIsThe other thing I just thought about was interface mechanics: if you have a wheel on an axle that's half in the pocket, it will keep on accelerating indefinitely (until mechanical failure, that is). You could do that with flywheels in the 100s of tonnes at a powerhouse and just take that to the bank.
>>34918543I saw that last week man.I'm still wondering how gnomy Chirico will be in this universe...
>>34918607he would out gnome young and you fucking know it!
>>34918653We should put Chirico with Sushi then!
>>34918784the perfect way to test out warlock power armor!
>>34918784>Sosuke on Bonta-kun>These work so well. I wonder why they don't sell.Yeah Sosuke, I wonder too.
[x] Knock- no reason to let these guys think we don't respect our boss. You knock on the door- two sharp raps against the doorframe. “Come in.” Ice says, after a second, nodding when you open the door. “I was hoping it was you two. Slider's been up here about a half dozen times today.” She motions to the chairs in front of her desk and the door. “Close that, then sit down.”You do so, tossing your flight bag on the futon- you wonder how she managed to get that moved here- and sitting down, trying to get comfortable in the wooden chair., which proves to be more difficult than you'd have liked. “We already heard about Paris.” She says, holding up a newspaper with front-page coverage of the bit of excitement there. “Heard Konstantina and Natalya bailed you out, too. Any idea what happened?” You shake your head. “Just what they told us there. It was a spetsnaz effort to kill or cripple NATO command and control by knocking out the officers in Paris on leave. Headhunter shit.” Ice nods. “That's what we'd heard too. I was worried it was directed at you, specifically.” She says, without elaborating- though it's easy to see what she means by it. “So, welcome to Torun south.” She says, standing up to look out on the flight line- some of the polish fighters are parked on the tarmac, mostly the J35Js it looks like, though you see the smaller frames of a few Tigersharks as well. “This is as frontline as it gets for a major base, warsaw is just about a hundred twenty miles to the southeast of us.” “That close?” You ask, and she nods.1/3
“That close. The push has stalled outside of warsaw, they've been having trouble in theater with a regiment of strike bombers targeting fuel dumps, mostly. We may get tasked to deal with them.” She grins. “We'll see how they do, though they operate exclusively at night.” You nod. “But there's no threat to us here?” She shakes her head. “There's threats, of course, but this place is a fortress, practically. Torun is one of the biggest concentrations in the AOR. There's two airbases, us and Torun north, and a few army camps in the area. Good rail lines here, plus the river.” She says. “We've got marines, Luftwaffe security troops, and parts of a Polish air assault division here, plus tanks and infantry from the base nearby.” “what's the air defense look like? I saw one patriot battery.” You say. She nods. “There's four, plus a company of M163s and a platoon of the new Excalibur.” She says. “Plus, again, Luftwaffe assets and Polish stuff.” You nod, satisfied you won't be caught on the ground easily. “So what do we need to know?” 2/3
Ice sits. “Our job, nominally, is as the alert squadron. We don't really take tasks like the rest of them, instead we sit on five minute alert and wait for something to pop up nothing else in the AOR can tackle, then we go in.” She says, and you nod- it makes sense. “But they want to switch it up a bit and put witches in pairs in with the other sorties, that way there's something there in case Soviet witches or superjets do turn up.” She says, then sighs. “I don't like it, but it makes sense- otherwise they could wipe out a sortie and disappear before we showed up to stop them.”“But it leaves us exposed to being taken out in manageable numbers.” You say, completing her thought. She nods again. “Exactly. If a threat comes up they'd need us for, and there's only two of us there, it could mean whoever is there is- “ She trails off, and you nod. “Yeah, I get it. So what are we going to do?” You ask. “Well, we're going to wait for the commander of JG six to get down here, then we'll see how he wants to do things.” She says. “The host wing is in command of the air contingent at the base, at least until something else gets worked out. It's screwy, but it's worked so far. If he thinks that's a good idea, we'll go with it, if not, we'll work something else out.” She says.You nod again. “And Us and the twins?” “We're keeping you free as the QRF. If something happens and we need someone to handle it, you're it.” She says. “We're only planning to give you general taskings if we run out of planes to do missions and one of us can't handle it.”  Sounds good to me. Hope the alert shack is comfortable.  Well, make sure something comes our way when you can. we don't want to just sit on our hands here.
>>34919085> Well, make sure something comes our way when you can. we don't want to just sit on our hands here.
>>34919085> Sounds good to me. Hope the alert shack is comfortable.Let's see them other Spellcasters ja?
>>34919085> Sounds good to me. Hope the alert shack is comfortable.>“Just promise me you'll be careful.”>“Aren't we always?” >“No.”
>>34919085[X] Sounds good to me. Hope the alert shack is comfortable.
>>34919085 Sounds good to me. Hope the alert shack is comfortable. Conserve our gnome energy take it easy.
>>34919085>[x] Well, make sure something comes our way when you can. we don't want to just sit on our hands here.I still got a bad feeling that we will get hit on the ground
>>34919085> Sounds good to me. Hope the alert shack is comfortable. Think they got a NES in there?
>>34919085>[x] Sounds good to me. Hope the alert shack is comfortable.
>>34919143>Ground Crews do their best and are now preparing. Please wait warmly until they are ready.>>34919149Time for Witch Fantasy Tactics!
>>34919085>[X] Sounds good to me. Hope the alert shack is comfortable.
>>34919085 Well, make sure something comes our way when you can. we don't want to just sit on our hands here. war is fucking boring most of the time
>>34919148>Suddenly Gault Team Swoops in and strafes the flight line
>>34919085> Sounds good to me. Hope the alert shack is comfortable.It makes the most sense to have Bishop be the QRF. Only a pair of planes, both of which have supercruise, IIRC. Plus more than able to deal with all the problems we might face
>>34919085>>[x] Sounds good to me. Hope the alert shack is comfortable.>>34919207Maybe we can play with Mugtits- err, Holly.
>>34919227The real secret of war.
>>34919085> Well, make sure something comes our way when you can. we don't want to just sit on our hands here.Need to get out and stretch our legs.
>>34919237>with a new super carrier armed with heavy maser cannons on its belly to pound the crap out everything on the ground
>>34919262It sucks that the Phantom Train won't be available in a couple of years.
>>34919085 Sounds good to me. Hope the alert shack is comfortable. >>34919227Hey mouse, how are the puppies tonight? They behaving?
>>34919085>[x] Well, make sure something comes our way when you can. we don't want to just sit on our hands here.Gonna get boring real quick waiting only to fly when shit hits the fan.>>34919148We are relatively close to the front, happy it's 120 miles and not kilometers.
>>34919262>play with>implying NTRMy dick can only get so hard.
>>34919321IT ALL MAKES SENSE NOW!
>>34919294>XB-0 Anyone?In any case, we should send out the Quattro on Alert Five too.
>>34919326>soviet witch gato hitting us with a magic nukeNOOOOPE! SHOOT THAT MOTHER FUCKER DOWN!
>>34919085> Well, make sure something comes our way when you can. we don't want to just sit on our hands here.Need to keep our yandere super-plane happy with plenty of air combat time.
>>34919321What breed were those 'puppies' again?
>>34919085> Sounds good to me. Hope the alert shack is comfortable.
>>34919326>GAATTTOOOO!!!It'll suck if V2 was deliverable like this.
Were there any Konnie lewds?
>>34919409it would be the smart way to do it
>>34919085>[x] Well, make sure something comes our way when you can. we don't want to just sit on our hands here.
>>34919085> Sounds good to me. Hope the alert shack is comfortable.And hey, she should let us know if she needs anything. We're here to help.
>>34919432Even just a flight section would suck big time for us...
>>34919321Sleeping. So yes. >>34919403Doberman.
>>34919227Oh definitely but Frank's flying is kind of killing him and going back to the front to fight so suddenly after Merlin;s vibes might not be a good idea
>>34919463I see your bet and raise you... GP03.>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xawGBgqens4
>>34919614They were sent to the shredder afaik.
>>34919614I don't *think* so. Don't quote me on that.
>>34919382Speaking of which, it would probably be distressingly easy to fit nuclear warheads inside hammerspace storage.I do not like the thought of a witch dropping the payload of a minuteman from her skirt
Witch Alicia Melchiott when
>>34919655UN controls most if not all the nukes.
>>34919684it only takes one missing nuke....
>>34919684It's still an incredibly concerning amount of payload to concealability factor
>>34919655Screw Minuteman. Imagine Stalin's Guards Witches dropping Tsar Bombas carpet-style.
Eh, for some reason I was not feeling the lewdbro's fic as I did the last batch. It felt sad. Also when will he do stuff with the girls here?
>>34919698>>34919713>>34919717Megalith is still a bigger issue and hopefully the Russians haven't caught wind of the hammerspace tech and figured out how to make it as well.>>34919764Not anytime soon hopefully, nothing against him personally mind you. I liked the ones of Hornet's that I read but in general lewdfics aren't my thing, maybe at the end of the quest.
>>34919849Isn't Megalith Putin's though? Or just part of the staff there?
>>34919917Megalith is still UN controlled, but Putin claims most of the guards are loyal to him.
>>34919713Nukes were never introduced as an aspect of conventional warfare in this timeline. Hiroshima never happened, MAD never happened, the only nukes ever made were made to counter alien threats.Sure, the USA or USSR could whip em out on the battlefield if they wanted, but that would be a MAJOR escalation and possibly the introduction of an existential threat to themselves. Nobody has sufficient motivations to nuke anybody in this war and that's how it's going to stay for the foreseeable future.
>>34919917The guards are but that won't mean shit if they are overrun by Robo-Stalin's people if he does make a move.
>>34919948Then that's a relief.>>34919949IMHO, there are Grey Men planning to try out with a MAD eventuality.
>>34919991How about when they run up against every Soviet and captured ally witch on the base, complete with extensive augmentations?
>>34919991Hopefully Putin's people can keep a tight lip to avoid that.By the way, ain't it time for Fronk to think of a supercar to buy for the Squadron?
>>34920042I am starting to get a baaad feeling about those augments....
>>34919949If that is the case, then the idea of using Chemical and Bio weapons are probably more likely to be used than Nukes. Not that this is an improvement of the situation.
>>34920088Well there's Unit 731...Wait. I just had a sinking feeling that 731 was running a program to create Yuriko Omega.
>>34920042That implies Putin had sufficient notice to move additional forces there, without showing his hand.>>34920076Is that reference that I'm not getting?>>34920088I'd hope we'll avoid dealing with that mess, though honestly Chem and Bio weapons are already more likely in real life.
>>34920088>blackops witch lifts her skirt and thousands of pounds of nerve gas pour out
>>34920160Nah, I just happened to drive around in a Kamata Angelus yesterday and I wondered if any body in Spellcaster is a supercar enthusiast as well.
>>34920222>Witch used Poison Gas! It's super effective!>Fronk fainted!>Ice is out of usable pilots!>Ice whited out!
>>34920088Man I get the impression that the superpowers of this war don't really need WMDs, witches are potent enough to reduce the enemies capacity to fight, with far less collateral damage.Except maybe the Japanese Empire, because they don't thing pesky things like ethics dictate how they wage war.
>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CrRhYkpH-ogThis is now playing in the alert shack.
>>34920249>Ice whited out!
>>34920438Quick to the Witch Center
>>34920438fucking legend gnomes are OP they need to banned from comp!
>>34920463>Welcome to the Witch Center! We restore your tired witches to full health. Would you like to rest your witches?>rapes A button
>>34920283Um, I see it more like they are to use WMDs to deal with witches if one side can't field witches them selves or not enough of them. Most normal troopers can't deal with a witch, much less one in a striker with out having to use MORE DRAKKA to bring one down. WMD are pretty much MORE DRAKKA that lasts longer after the last shot is fired.
>>34920511>rapes A button>frank is the A button
>>34920561Suddenly no rest at the witch center
>Suddenly witch with a Alpha Sapphire Kyogre familiar appears
>>34920283>Except maybe the Japanese Empire, because they don't thing pesky things like ethics dictate how they wage war.That got covered in recent PJ'89 stuff.
soon...the horton flyshttp://devblog.warthunder.com/
>>34920530>I see it more like they are to use WMDs to deal with witchesYou know I'm not sure WMDs would be an effective counter to witches. They would be totally immune to chemical weapons, like they were in the anime with miasma, and probably resilient to bio weapons by extension. Nukes wouldn't be feasible because nobody possesses an effective platform for delivering a warhead to a small mobile target on land or in the air.
>>34920742I'll admit to legit waiting for the P-61Although IMO the tonks in WT are MUCH better than World of Tanks
>>34920703It was? When was that? I thought it only briefly touched on the whole biological warfare thing.
>>34920883>Although IMO the tonks in WT are MUCH better than World of Tanksyeeeah, no they're not. They have all the downsides of WoT (including being a resource hog), with none of the benefits.
>>34920883yet people bitch about BR and captured planes/tanks. I could care less about the jap B17
>>34920888We asked the princess to put in a word about it to her Emperor daddy. It was later mentioned that he made some not-that-subtle comments and the whole bio warfare unit got audited the fuck out and forced to destroy most of the bio warfare stocks because that shit don't fly no more.Also apparently the Emperor is George Takei.
>>34920923but that red US fok wolf.....unf
[x] Sounds good to me. Hope the alert shack is comfortable. You shrug, looking over at Merlin, who nods. “Sounds good to us, I guess.” You say. “Just hope the alert shack is comfortable.” “It's not too bad, and it's close to chow.” She says. “So at least there's that. Speaking of, c'mon, let's go grab something. I haven't eaten since breakfast.”You nod- and Merlin's stomach gurgles it's acceptance of the idea, causing her to blush lightly when you and Ice laugh. “Chow's not bad.” Ice says, narrating as she walks. “It's not great, but it's not bad. If you're not on alert, there's a few places in town we can eat at, too, and more every day, but don't worry too much about that, you'll be on alert.” She says. “Way to get my hopes up.” You say, laughing. “Yeah, well. We're not confined to base, but with the air war in this area, we may as well be. You're either on five minute or extended, which is their way of saying as soon as possible. Or on a mission, I guess.” She points at a squat, one story building across the road from a field housing a pair of towed vulcans. “There's the chow hall.” 1/3
>>34920742>B-57>Il-28Maybe, just maybe, we'll get a jet bomber that doesn't have piss for a bombload for once?
>>34920915And my counter to this is>no health barsThat alone forgives many of its other faults...including WT's shitty UI
>>34920915I tried WoT and I went back to WT
You nod, and the three of you cut across the field, nodding to the vulcan crews at their weapons- one's strung a poncho across the top of his gunner's seat, probably to keep rain out. “W-what do you t-think of the strikers?” Merlin asks Ice as you pass the guns. “A-are they getting e-easier to operate?” Ice nods. “Much. We did some practice flights when we were in Germany, I guess it was just the usual new striker problems.” She says, kind of distractedly, then looks down at Merlin. “And I feel like I could fly for days in them.” Merlin chews her lip, but nods. “T-they were designed to be easier to operate.” She says, after a minute. “I-I'm glad they are.” You both step into the chow hall- which is full of Luftwaffe tomcat crews, some of whom look up at you and stare for a minute, though most don't. “The chow hall is a twenty four hour place.” Ice says, walking to the serving line and handing you and Merlin a tray. “We've got a kitchen in our squadron building, though, so we don't eat here too much.” “Depends on who's cooking.” Slider says, cutting in front of you to grab a tray, then sticking her tongue out at you. “Tabby here can cook eggs, that's about it.” “The chicken wasn't that bad and you know it.” Ice says. “What do you need, Rachel?” “Food, mostly.” her friend responds. “Have you showed frank the squadron building?” Ice shakes her head. “Not yet. I was waiting for Katya to show up before we headed there.”Slider shrugs. “Fair enough. You'll like 'em, Frank. Only have to share a head with one other person.”“What, really?” You ask, surprised, as you spear a lump of meat in gravy. She nods. “Yep. Single bedrooms, shared common area. Two bedrooms split a head between them. Shared kitchen.” She says. “Nice place, kinda reminds me of the visiting witches housing in Japan, remember that place?” You nod. “Vaguely.” 2/3
>>34921003can't forget multiple vehicles either in arcade. soooooo forgiving
>>34920807Well, I disagree in how resilient witches are to Chemical and Bio weapons at this time. We have yet to see them in use against witches. So in the end, we may never know.
>>34920807>They would be totally immune to chemical weaponsNo matter how strong of shield chem or a bio weapon would eventually kill them without NBC kit.>like they were in the anime with miasmaThe way things worked in the show is not a solid foundation to say things work the same here.WMDs would be just as effective on witches as they would be on normal grunts.
“Well, it's like that.” She says. “We've got two squadron vans assigned, and a little pickup for shit we need from town.” She fishes in her breast pocket for a second and pulls out the keys. “See?” “Oh god, someone gave you keys?” You ask. “We're all doomed.”She frowns at you. “Cut it out with the melodrama shit. Here.” She hands them to you. “See? Everything's fine. When's Katya due down?”Ice shrugs. “Soon,” She says, looking at her watch. “her ride had to divert to pick up a couple more riders in Germany, so there was a delay.” The four of you fine an unoccupied table and sit, talking quietly. You and Merlin, having not eaten properly since you'd landed back at Barin, practically shovel the food in, while Slider and Ice take it easier. Somehow, they manage to finish around the same time- maybe they took less? You weren't sure. The four of you then head over to your squadron building- a two story structure nearby. You next door neighbors are a group of quonset huts, with a pair of Gepard SPAAGs parked next to them. The side of your building abuts the road, and a pair of vans and a small pickup line it, all painted a drab grey. Inside, you run into the twins- both of whom appear to be stalking Joe, who rounds the corner out of sight as you close the door. “Hi Frank!” One of them- Alyssa, the one with the prosthetic- says. “We were just talking about you!” Clarissa says.  I bet you were.  Do I even want to know? Glad to see some things never change.
>>34921003hey at least we are getting vehicle presets now. THANK FUCKING GOD!http://devblog.warthunder.com/2014/09/09/under-construction-vehicle-presets/?hl=en
>>34921060> Do I even want to know?
>>34921060>[X] Do I even want to know?
>>34921060> Glad to see some things never change.
>>34921060>[X] Glad to see some things never change.
>>34921060> I bet you were. > Do I even want to know?> Glad to see some things never change.
>>34921060>"By talking about me, you mean shadowing your prey?"
>>34921060> Do I even want to know?Do we?
>>34921060> I bet you were. > Glad to see some things never change.
>>34921060>[x] Do I even want to know?"Don't answer that.">Single bedrooms, shared common area. Two bedrooms split a head between them. Shared kitchen.That sounds nice.
>>34921003>>34921014WoT has one major advantage over WT, though: it's actually stable. WarGaming, for all their faults and with every questionably strong Soviet Tank, still does not find new and creative ways to break their game every single fucking update.
>>34921060> I bet you were. > Glad to see some things never change
>>34921060> Glad to see some things never change.No really, I'm glad those two are still up and at it with the hijinks. >“We've got two squadron vans assigned, and a little pickup for shit we need from town.” She fishes in her breast pocket for a second and pulls out the keys. “See?”So Sloidah gets a Soldat Crinale when this war's over.
>>34921060>[x] Do I even want to know?
>>34921060 I bet you were. Ya know, this is starting to feel like the old place back in Alaska.
Wheres the Wendy?
>>34921128I haven't really had any connectivity issues. And once you get out of Tier I everything seems somewhat balanced
>>34921148Indeed, where is our local Gunsmith Cat pilot?
>>34921060> Glad to see some things never change.Just play along for now.
>>34921128I have had no problems with crashing at all
>>34921180It's not connectivity issues, it's the game itself. Just look at the state of wing DMs right now; 7.7mm MGs shred wings off with ease while 20mm and 37mm cannon do jack shit.
>>34921230Oh, I was talking specifically about WT Ground Forces. I'm not much for the flight sim aspect...yet
>>34921146Now all we need to do is swing by the local airplane graveyard to find a plane we can install our moonshine distillery into.
>>34921060>[X] I bet you were>[X] Glad to see some things never change..
>>34921270OH yeah, we talked about using some of these old warhorses as a still.
>>34921255Ground Forces are just as borked as the air sim. Remember those pillboxes that were indestructible and fired on every tank, even friendly ones?
>>34921060> I bet you were.> Do I even want to know?> Glad to see some things never change.all of the choices.
>>34921270Considering how long this base has been here (not long, but long enough), wouldn't the Poles and the Germans already have their own set up, and we'll have to compete for space?I hope we can have a brewing competition between the Allied forces.
>>34921319I...uh...haven't seen any pillboxes
>>34921332Oktoberfest on the front sounds like a plan man.With all the costumes too of course.
>>34921180>everything seems somewhat balancedPFTHAHAHAHAHAHA
>>34921359>>34921337Must only be in RB, then.
>>34921332The best kind of competition. No matter the outcome everyone wins.
>>34921060[X] Do I even want to know?
>>34921375Having played some of each game mode, I still haven't seen any pillboxes, I don't think?
>>34921180>everything seems somewhat balancedSU-85 gets a respawn but Jagdpanther doesn't. Is of balance tovarich))))))))))))))))))
Anyone want me to write a fapfic? I've got a bio test tommorow, but I'll deliver for next week.Any suggestions?
>>34921434its fucking retarded that the premium soviet TD gets 2 respawns but the premium jagdpanther only gets 1
>>34921148This, we need to make sure she hasn't gotten grabbed by RAF bitches again.
>>34921442Jean-Luc and Rosalie on R&R
>>34921442Sherktwinz and Joe.
>>34921434It's not the soviets fault that the Germans called the panther a medium despite weighing nearly as much as an IS-2. Heavy tank destroyers get 1 spawn. Jagdpanther is heavy TD.
>>34921442Slider and Ice.
>>34921467Matron Dowding effectively released her from the RAF when she was transferred, she's stuck with the squadron now.
>>34921500Realistically if we're going to ignore historical designations you may as well call the Panther a fucking MBT.
>>34921442No fapfics, please.
>>34921442Brigitte and Frank
>>34921442Don't write one.
>>34921442Fronk and Paperwork-chan
>>34921442Mack and Georgette at Barin during the Matron conference.
>>34921500and yet the SU-122P weighs damn near as much, but theres an arbitrary tonnage limit that just manages to give it 2 respawns instead of 1
>>34921562This. All of my yes.>>34921524>>34921467She's probably in the armory right now.
>>34921442Threesome with Merlin, Kenji, and Wendy, please.
>>34921714Merlin is not for lewds!
>>34921714Merlin has never been for lewds, Kotters
>>34921787>Kottersspeaking of, whens the fucker going to update SuWQ?
>>34921807He's never, ever going to update it again because he is buttblasted over losing nuclear war in minecraft, true story bro
>>34921442FrankxWendy or FrankxBrigette please
>>34921442Me x You;)
>>34921897no self-insert smutfics, pls
>>34921562>Rough, uncaring hands raced across the page, dragging a line of ink across it's unblemished fibres, the scritter-scratch of the pen bounding quietly off the walls of the office.>By know, he didn't know how much he had written, the once pristine page now covered in his words. But he just knew he had to finish this right now. >With one final flourish, Frank signed off on the form, stabbing the final dot with a triumphant grin on his face, letting the ink stain the page for all eternity.>Frank Bishop handed off the papers to some desk jockey further down the line, before heading off to grab some chow with Merlin. He never saw that paper again.
>>34921520>>34921865I'll try and do both of these for next week.
>>34921912It's not myself that I want to insert into.
>>3492192010/10 would read again
>>34921840Here's a commemorative piece of art of the brief and bloody Battle of Murder Mountain, depicting the defense of the Dwarf Home therein vs the grave threat of Lao Shan Long messing up the doors and uh... generally getting blood everywhere really.It menaces with spikes of stone and bands of MSpaint.
>>34922017>To this day, strategists still argue among themselves as to what really brought about the victory of what seemed like a hopeless assault up a well-defended fortress...
[x] Do I even want to know?You quirk an eyebrow at them. “Do I even want to know?” You ask. Alyssa grins. “Well it wasn't so much talking as wondering.”“Ya know, if your family all shared certain, uh...” Clarissa says. “Traits?” Her sister supplies. “Characteristics.” Clarissa responds. “Ya know, Phys-”“Yeah, I think I got it.” You say. “Do you think you do?” Alyssa asks. You look at her. “You're asking me if I think- ya know what, I'm not even going to answer that.” You say. “Where's my room?” “Upstairs. And it's ok, we'll just ask Katya.” Clarissa says.“Or Ice.” Alyssa adds. “Or Ice. Or slider.” “What about Brigitte?” “She kinda creeps me out.” You leave the twins to their entertainment, silently wishing Joe luck- you suspect he'll either need it, or not even want it. Your room is on the side of the building overlooking the neighboring Quonset huts, along with the pair of SPAAGs parked in the field. Your sea bag is already in the closet, and it doesn't take you long to unpack, though your effects from Paris are still inbound with Katya. 1/2
Overhead you hear the rumble of a heavy jet- probably the 141 Katya's on, though you can't see the runways or flight pattern from here. You're not sure if you like that or not, to be honest- you've always enjoyed watching airbases work, even from the ground. You take the time to shower and change- noting that the hot water was just running out when you finished- that could be a problem in the morning. Heading downstairs, you're just in time to catch Katya and Slider walking through the door, chatting happily. “Oh good. Hey Frank, go help with our shit, will ya?” Slider says, brushing past you and nudging you toward the door with a bump from her hip. “Thank you, Frank.” Katya says, headed for the common room herself. Outside, Joe and Wendy are grabbing bags from the back of one of the vans- the one parked at an almost 45 degree angle. “Here, let me help.” You say, shouldering in and grabbing one of the heavy looking duffel bags before Wendy can. “O-oh. Thank you, sir Bishop.” She says, taking another bag- one that looks equally heavy- and shouldering it. “You don't have to help, Joesph and I can manage.”  You sure? I can go back in if I'd get in the way. Too late, I'm already here.
>>34922320> Too late, I'm already here.
>>34922320> Too late, I'm already here.You are going to let us help you and you are going to /like/ it.
>>34922320> Too late, I'm already here.Is it time for PRESENTS?
>>34922320> Too late, I'm already here.Mwehehe time to mess about with our Gunsmith Cat piloto!
>>34922320> [x] Too late, I'm already here.She is going to get genuinely offered help and like it. :P
>>34922320>[x] Too late, I'm already here.You are going to let us help and you will like it!
>>34922320>[x] You sure? I can go back in if I'd get in the way.
>>34922320> Too late, I'm already here.And who the samhain is Joseph? Is she naming more inanimate objects?
>>34922358>>34922350>>34922345>>34922339>>34922337I like it how little talk about Gunsmith Wendy has been made in the past threads and when she pops up we all agree on giving her a fine time.
>>34922320> Too late, I'm already here.CHIPPING IN.
>>34922378Joe, our cousin. The sherktwins consort.
>>34922320> Too late, I'm already here
>>34922378That may be Joe's full name dude.
>>34922386Frank is the most helpful.
>>34922421You know, truth be told I'd like to see Wendy in a Typhoon, now.
>>34922320[X] Too late, I'm already here.
>>34922397You mean fucktoy (not that he's complaining).
>>34922452Proud and grateful sponsor of Gatorade(tm).Slake Their Thirst!
>>34922446Nah, Wendy in a EE Lightning.GOTTAGOFAST
>>34922452Shouldn't he be shriveled up like a dry Sudowoodo by now?
>>34922399>Stalin's cybernetics were to make him look younger>He's been having a gay old time in America for years>His body double is the one that's going batshit
>>34922483Now i'm wondering what the hell Sea Vixen strikers would look like.British as fuck.
>>34922483>EE LightningMaybe we should introduce Wendy to the Colonel when we get back stateside. You think she'll like older strikers?
>>34922320 Too late, I'm already here.
>>34922528I don't doubt she would.
>>34922541>>34922515>>34922528Well in that case, allow me to go wild with imagination.>Wendy in a 1st-gen Hurricane
>>34922514>Stalin Somehow adopted into the Bishop clan.>Managed to smuggle in letters from his daughter Konstantina to Frank.>Soon will have blood connections to nearly every royal family on the planet.>Justasplanned.jpg
>>34922320>[X] Too late, I'm already here.
>>34922496He's staying hydrated, wouldn't be surprised if he is hooked up to an IV when they go at it. Alright I'm gonna pass out, it's been a good thread. Reminds me of Alaska already which was nice, baring the whole almost dying thing.
>>34922482Joe drinks a lot of Gatorade. He also drinks a lot of Squirt. He doesn't know why the skerks are laughing themselves silly every time they see him drinking the latter.
>>34922640>Squirt>Sherktwans laughingI see what the twins did there.
>>34922640On that subject, I wonder what Joe's life is like past being predated upon by Shark-ubi. I'm thinking non-stop endurance training and some lifting.
>>34922571NOOPPEEIF that would happen, I have best girl to deal with him.
>>34922483AW.169. The most fab interceptor.
>>34922717>LiftingDamn, why do I see Joe in a Lift board riding the trapar waves?
>>34922514>Stalin is working with Nixon and Putin>Playing them off each other to create the ultimate witch
>>34922514>>34922571>Implying Konstantina is not Stalin using SOVIET SCIENCE to become the little girl.>Not implying that insane warmonger Robo-Stalin is part of a MARTIAN PLOT to destabilise Europe for another invasion.
>>34922717I like to think that they actually have a surprisingly normal relationship and both girls are actually worried enough about making it work that they are very accommodating for him. They know what it looks like for him to be with them both, but neither one could possibly try to take him for themselves because they don't want to hurt eachother.
>>34922793>Stalinka is trying to seduce Fronk to produce the reincarnated Marx to launch a worldwide Communist uprising
>>34922818More plsAlso: where's that Frank-Noir?
>>34922837Yeah, we kinda ended on the note about a missing sister and some descriptions if I remember correctly.
>>34922818feelthybro knockin' them feels out.
>>34922846COMMUNIST INTERNATIONAL STONG
>>34922858Let's knock the rest of that fucking plot out after Ghost's done. Someone's gotta make that shit work.
>>34922883Communist Party Time!
>>34922911It's always a party with Communism
>>34922911Ain't no party like a Moscow party cuz a Moscow party is ABSOLUTELY MANDATORY.
>>34922886Agreed. Though we need someone with better Noir than me to do that.
>Meanwhile outside the airfield!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8rWDWtv1Fbk
>>34922976I remember trying to use the iron curtain/chronosphere on those....did not end well for my base due to the chain reaction!
>>34922976Oh no no no. No. No no no no. Oh god no.
>>34922976>MAD tank witches"ALL WILL CRUMBLE BEFORE RUMBLE!!!"
>>34922964The first step to being good at something is to be terrible at it. Let's take a crack at a few paragraphs!
>>34922976>>34923024>>34923054My only counter.>>34923033I wish the dude who followed up from last thread was here...
>>34923081I'm pretty sure there's a bunch of dudes who did the Noir stuff. You've gotta be more specific.
>>34923109He started with>Depends on who's askingThat was impeccable in my opinion.
>>34923081I know it's a joke, but... it does look suspiciously similar to that ruskie laser IR dazzler design.
[x] Too late, I'm already here. “Too late!” You cheerfully respond, taking the bag off her shoulder. “I'm already here.” She looks ready to protest some more, but decides against it- then looks aghast when Joe takes the last of the heavy bags, shooting you a grin. “Heya Frank. Ain't seen you around much.” “Well, you know how it goes.” You say. He laughs. “Do I ever! Hey, I ship for the academy this fall.” He says. “Aly and Claire pulled some strings and got me a spot.” “Annapolis?” You ask, surprised. “No kidding?” He nods. “And Flight school after that! I'm going to shoot for the tomcat program.” You smile- then it fades when you remember how difficult it was and how many of your classmates failed out or ended up in other aircraft- there's more tomcats now than there were, true, but competition is still fierce. “Hard program to do.” You say, diplomatically. He nods. “I know, they've been tutoring me on math- did you know Claire has a bachelors in it?”You certainly didn't, and the surprise must be visible, because Joe laughs. “Yeah, no shit. I was as surprised as you were when she told me. I'm getting it down, now, it's not so bad. She's a pretty good teacher.” You bite your tongue at the comment, not wanting to say what you're thinking in earshot of Wendy, who you've tagged as being an innocent where that's concerned. She opens the door, and looks inside before motioning to Joe. “It's clear, mister Knight.” “You know you can call me Joe, right?” He asks. “Who's bags are- oh. Well, these Aly and Claire's anyway. Nice talking to you frank, we should do it again sometime.” He says, walking up the stairs under the weight of the bags. 1/2
Wendy starts up after him, but you catch her by the back of her shirt. “Don't go delivering all that Wendy, they'll get lazy. C'mon, we'll go drop it in the common room and then raid the kitchen.”Wendy looks torn- she clearly thinks she's supposed to drop the bags off to their owner's rooms, but you're telling her not to. Finally, hesitantly, she follows you. “Have they sorted you a wingmate, yet?” You ask, conversationally. “Not yet, sir bishop.” She says, just behind you. “I'm on the alternate list, and Miss Kazanski has promised she'll work me in as soon as she can.”“You anxious?” You ask. “I know this is your first combat posting.”She mumbles something you can't quite make out. “What was that?” You ask. “I'm rather nervous.” She says. “I don't want to make a mistake out here and get someone hurt.” “The more you worry about that kind of thing, the more likely it is to happen.” You point out. “Don't worry, Ice won't just throw you in on the deep end, she'll give you the easier runs early on till you get your speed.” Wendy nods- you just barely catch it as you set down the heavy bags- damn things must weigh close onto 60 pounds each. “and you've got the most exacting training I've ever seen. You'll do fine.” You add, though she still looks unconvinced. “Alright. Drop those right here on the pile, and we'll hit the kitchen. Do we have any ice cream?” As it turns out, you do, though it's just vanilla. You wonder who it belongs to- then empty the tub into two bowls, carrying them to the table and setting one in front of Wendy. Whoever it is, you'll pay them back later.
>>34923140And it can cook your popcorn in 5 minutes flat without the pesky radar messups too!>>34923141>Math DegreeHoly Mother of the Flying Spaghetti Monster
>>34923158>Eating someone else's ice cream.Now THIS will end up so well for Frank.
And that's it for the night!So it looks like week after next (September 30) will be sharktwins oneshot, and we'll bank the other Brigitte one I have for a later date. Should work out pretty well. other than that, I really don't have anything for you guys, so I'll just say the usual- hope you guys enjoyed the run, and we'll be back next week! till then, gents, cheers!
>>34923193Thanks for the run.
>>34923193Thanks for the thread Ghost!
>>34923193Thanks boss. Wendy time is always a good time.>>34923131>>34923109For those needing a Noir fix.>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRoWm-_PYXQ
>>34923191I KILL people over this shit
>>34923193Thanks for the run! Now I can leave the university library without fear of missing anything!
What was the name of the book Ice was reading? Something Montana?
>>34923131http://pastebin.com/eVGqagM4All this shit from last thread?
>>34923158Which witch on base likes vanilla ice-cream?Slider?
>>34923252Dragonriders of Texas, IIRC. As far as I know, it's totally fictional and nonexistent. Unless hornet has a thing for bad romance novels and a pen name.
Frank you do not eat other peoples ice cream with out asking! People get there asses kicked over this shit!
>>34923267Yeah. I thought there was a character with montana in their name. Can't remember.
>>34923276Maybe its ice's
>>34923258Wow, the anon who did the pastebin has my thanks. That makes it easier.Now then!
Also, does anyone have a link to Feelthy's pastebin account? I want to chrck on some things.
>>34923289the MC was Tomaso Montana, so yeah, there was. haha.
>>34923267Maybe I'll kickstarter it. And a subway sandwich.Good run tonight Ghost!
>>34923276a coworker stole my ben and jerry's once. lets just say I nearly got fired for what I did
>>34923317Can I get a link to your pastebin?
>>34923297Pretty sure I missed some of the stuff, but I was doing it in a rush and didn't want to include some of the lewd shit that was happening at the bottom of the thread.The loa shit was interesting though. Man, reading up about that shit is nifty as fuck.
>>34923297>>34923258So we gotta runner who hits witches and former witches.An Eastern European witch who knows Katya has a missing sister.There's gotta be a catch here.
>>34923363no story for you
>>34923337What's loa?I really like to delve into the perp's modus operandi but we need more details for this
>>34923395Oh. That scene.So Fronk needed the voodoo after his service, he's now a P.I., and we got a case.
>>34923381Loa = Voodoo SpiritsPlot idea:>Missing Person's Case>Possible avenues of information (1) Woman, (2) Woman's Sister's Neighbors, (3) Sister's Living Area, (4) Sister's Work Place, (5) Other Family>Woman and Sister are/were witches, and are somehow associated with Katya.>Both are Soviet defectors who are living under assumed identities and are on the run from multiple Russian interests.>Possible plots that could occur from this: (1) Missing Person's case turns into an international chase. Turns out Sister wants to save more people from Russia and is willing to double-agent to do so. (2) Missing Person's case turns to a possible murder case when signs of struggle reveal a dead body. Dead body may or may not be sister's or a victim of sister. (3) Missing Person's case is a plot to trap/recruit Frank for some spy-things. Russian Agents tell Frank of their suspicions of certain politician's and their martian relations. Thing is corroborated when KGB Konstantina and Katya and FBIce seem to be working together. Quest turns from FrankNOIR to 00Frank: International Man of Mystery.
>>34922320>Thank you, sir Bishop.”>>34923141>“It's clear, mister Knight.”Joe needs to follow Frank's footsteps and get a knighthood so he can be "Sir Knight"
>>34923420>>34923395>>34923381>>34923343>>34923337>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRoWm-_PYXQ>One thing's for sure, this case wasn't gonna solve itself if I just sat on my butt.>I turn to the lady again, conscious that she was leaning in a bit too close for comfort.>If this was an appeal to me...>I shake the thought off. I got a case to work on.
What were the Shark twins were going to ask?I have an idea but it's kind of vague?
>>34923508So Fronk gets signed in On Her Majesty's Secret Service?
>>34923536The were speculating about the size of Fronk's fuel injector.
>>34923536they wanted to know if he lifts
>>34923547Whether his missile is too big for their missile bays.
>>34923547>>34923556>>34923570That is kind of what I thought as well before s\Joe mentioned the tomcat program.So I'm kind of lost also why do they want to know about Frank's size?
>>34923556https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RCKtMW1TOn8Joe can do a dozen at this point
>>34923266I'd buy it for a dollar
>>34923587Tohno gland. Fronk seduces all females he encounters.
>>34923508Somebody work on this. I can't into Noir
>>34923651I'd buy Slider for a dollar.
>>34923667>1 dollarShe's worth more than thatbecause she's best girl
The thing is the sharks will get their answer from Slider probably
Good, I have missed sherktwanz.
>>34923675Not getting the reference.
>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLn5SOq1mPcFrank's Noir theme, at the 14:24 mark.
>>34923813>>34923818http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=85cL1HisrNcSlider is priceless
>>34923544I'm thinking more along the lines of he's just being requested to work on it off the books, instead of being signed on.>>34923658All we're doing here is brainstorming ideas, I think. No need to know how to noir, just story pitches. We're going to need someone else to actually do the writing/quest running if someone's interested.
>>34923852that she is
>>34923852>>34923860>AIM-120 AMRAAM - $300,000–$400,000>AIM-9 Sidewinder - $664,933>Snuggling together with friends in Spellcaster - Priceless>There are some things money can't buy. For everything else, there's Strikers 89.
>>34923913this is simultaneously cute and funny
>>34923854We've come up with some pretty nice plot points, I think.Although going 007 on Fronk's ass would warrant another quest, in my opinion.
>>34923913That feel when you will never be woken up in the middle of the night gasping for air, as you're squeezed by a snuggling Slider.
>>34923992y u do this to me
>>34923926Right, so going to add this and the other shit to the NOIR pastebin if someone wants to take it up.
>>34924051Glad you're doing this man.Let's just hope one among our fellow anons has a liking to smoky rooms and peeking through Venetian blinds.
>>34923913>Waiting for day Frank gets approached by a major commercial company asking for his celebrity sponsorship
>>34924090>Fronk checks his mail at home>Sponsorship offer>from Gorky Automotive Plant's new ZIM
>>34924090>sponsorship offer>from Sukhoi Bureau
>>34924074http://pastebin.com/M5qbTzgXNew stuff for now. Not sure if this will deserve a Doc. Might help if we all just want to do a collaborative write-up.Gestalt-Writefaging it up?
>>34924131Sounds about good
>>34924113>>34924129>respected even by his opponents>truly a Knight of the Sky
>>34924193Sky-Knight: A Fantasy Movie Loosely Based off the Life of Frank Bishop
>>34924210Like that foreign movie where there can only be one, because that was the point?
>>34924210>"I'm Commander Bishop, and this is my favorite movie in America!"
>>34924220What was it called again? Skylander?
>>34924243>SkylanderI applaud your pun-making prowess tovarisch. Certainly you will survive the vast feminist conspiracy.
>>34924259I'm here all thread.
>>34924338>>34924131>>34924173So to add to this Noir stuff, we have>contract killers>a bounty hunter witch named Rally Vincent>The Russian Mob
>>34924338>>34924131>>34924173 (You)>http://pastebin.com/bLLiXHFzUpdated Pastebin.
>>34924533Cut the sleepy man some slack guvna...
>>34924533>>34924543>>34924475Anyway, Noir specialists, there's the updated link, if you're interested.