>A group of twelve knights telepathically bound to each otherImagine it
Okay, I did. Now what?
>>35986679Now think of what they'd be able to accomplish.
>>35986711Awesome, they'd be as effective as 24 knights, and now they'd have a lot of weird fetishes.
>>35986711>"Sir Reginald, stop thinking that!">"That's not me.">"Alright, who is thinking about that wench's bosom? Be honest, raise your hand!"
>>35986741>No one raises their hand>Everyone produces a sound originating from their cod-piece.
The invention of the cannon, imagine it. Any group of Genghis Era Mongols kicking the shit out of knights with superior tactics, imagine it. The mother fucking longbow at Crécy, imagine it. Being drawn into a mother fucking desert by Saracens on horseback and dying like the tards they are, imagine it.
>>35986741>Now come on, who was it? Fess up!>How do we know it wasn't YOU, Sir Berring?>Awkward silence
They all retire and make mad dosh by forming a telepathic international mail service.
>>35986741>"Oh god dammit, who stuck a cock on her?!"
>A legion telepathically bound to each other>The aquila standard is the focus, the aquilifer is the conduitImagine it.
>>35986633>Telepathics>Not knights bound to each other's lifeforce, with each death making them strongerDo you even Hunt man?
>>35986633So.... We have the Diamond Throne by Eddings?
>>35986633>>35986741>>35986762>>35986775>>35986814Who can make this into a comic?? My fucking sides or died.
>>35986798Hello. Welcome to KnightCom *bzzzt* *beeep* *csshshshshs*>Sir Tremble, why are you at a brothel again?>King Leoric requested tiefling courtesans, Sir Richard! I must fulfill my royal duties!>Shut up Sir Tremble and focus. And no drinking for you, the image gets too blurry.
>>35986870>One of them, a continent away delivering a message to a crusading lord spies a wench bathing naked in a river>All the others develop boners in the middle of their business>One of them was publicly executing several bandits
>>35986909>Another just got finished rescuing a princess from a dragon>Another was helping to build an orphanage
>>35986933>Another was helping to build an orphanage"I fucking LOVE helping the needy!"
>>35986933>It is here, on our thirtieth meeting of the Telepath Knight Order, that we bring to attention many concerning thoughts that have arisen lately. >Now we here at the TKO don't like to act like "thought police", considering we all hear each other>"NO, PALADIN MARY ISN'T GOING TO THINK YOU'RE MORE RESPECTABLE BECAUSE YOU'RE BLAMING YOUR LEWD THOUGHTS ON SIR REGINALD, AGAIN.">Sir Bathis!>"What? We were all thinking it.">I know! You don't need to shout it out!>the entire room was silent until Sir Bathis yelled
>>35987005>we were all thinking ittop kek
This fucking thread. I'm keeping an eye on you. This is gold. May even go archive it on suptg for future generations of fa/tg/uys.
>>35986633What if one of them isn't linked, but merely pretending?
>>35987041Re-reading it, the joke is best if you end it there
>>35986798Seriously this, the implications of instantaneous communication in medieval times are immense. The lords with such an ability or advisor would dominate the political and military landscape.
>>35987102>In this, our thirteenth meeting of the Telepathic Order of Knights, I bring to attention Sir Archibald and Sir Remington's idea of using our enchanted helmets as a means to make money.>It has been noted by many that this is an idea that would accrue a lot of resources for the Order, but the head paladins have decreed it an unfit use of our god's powers->Ok, who just thought of me in their underwear?>My penis is NOT that small.>When 'Sir Lewd' would like to make themselves known, perhaps we could compare>"Who started thinking of the orgy?">everyone stares at Paladin Mary
>>35986633>"The fuck is going on? Why am I? What the just...">"Calm down newbie. Focus. Try not to fall of your horse. You're the latest inductee into the knights of 12">"WHY AM I IMAGINING DICKS?">"2, 5, and 7. You're 9.">"More detail maybe?">"So, story goes, way back when there were 12 knights who were sworn to defend their liege lord.They get distracted... 3 stop picturing that that was a lonely monk's embellishment and you know it, they all would have been strung up if they'd done that in the town square. Them and the goat."> "Ugh... just... can we please get on with it?"> "So the lord was killed and her grieving wife hired a witch to put a curse on the knights. The knights would hear each other's minds and the distraction would drive them all to madness until they learned the meaning of focus and duty."> "That does not explain anything"> "Turns out it is really really difficult to focus with 12 peoples minds talking at you, so all the original knights died before learning it. Now whenever someone dies the curse just picks up a new knight. And well, tag, you're it"> *THUD* "OW!!"> "What did I just fucking say about the horse? Come on 9, get it together."
Oglaf really needs to get on this shit.
>>35987248we can always hope to the dice gods that they're lurkingI remember hearing once upon a time that they bailed when oldfags chased off all the drawfags and writefags though.
Most underrated theard today
Stealing this idea for my campaign. You gents are brilliant. Any ideas for the 4 remaining names?
>>35987339Might as well call one of them Sir Teeg.Either the leader, the new guy, or the one who was crazy before becoming a telepath.
>Ok, whoever is thinking about boning that elf We can see, before you think of something else, tell me where you are again?>Ser Angus, I am in Port Valdru>Ah, that makes sense. Avoid her, she is a loose woman and she is cursed with itchy groin, avoid her, speaking with experience, the only way I found to get rid of the curse was to smite my privates. It is not an experience I recommend to anyone, man or woman.>I heed your wise council Ser... Wait, was that not Master Archibald?>I cannot confirm or deny these allegations>>Thunderous telepathic guffaws
>One knight is at a serious meeting with some royals>Another is at a funeral for a war hero>Someone elsewhere hears a really funny joke>Everyone trying not to laugh
So basically 12 knights get their minds turned into a 4chan thread.The curse might even transfer to enemy knights.
There should be at least (and maybe only one) time that they get their shit together and do something awesome.
>>35986633Sounds like an unwieldy number. Anything above 5 starts to get very cumbersome to coordinate.
>>35986772I can imagine you not knowing anything about the history of heavy cavalry.
>>35987339Sir GrulokHe is the one of the lowest intellect, but this leaves him functioning more efficiently when the minds of everyone are filled with a ocean of though. Not to say it wouldn't still mess him up on the daily though.
>One of the knights is fasting>This makes everyone become hungry and go eating>This makes the fasting knight even hungrier >This in turn leads to the knights eating more>Order becomes broke after several days of feasting
>>35988095>The Order is broke and several pieces of armor no longer fit many of the knights>The fasting knight returns to his gluttonous allies>Falls over from hunger>The others groan and cry out from being hungry again
>>35987910I think thats the point
>implying you're not reading their dialog in the Monty Python crew's voice
>>35987910I love you.
>Order sends several knights to diplomatic talks with new king>They meet him>"Holy shit this monarch is ugly""YEA, THIS GUY LOOKS LIKE AN INBRED RETARD">Whole room becomes silent>Tears ensue from Edward of Great Obsoleteness
With 12 I feel like one would have to be trying to betray them all. With group telepathy I feel like it would be obvious who was planning that, but would it really be.>"I see one of you is afraid of a cave in, I can assure you we shall be fine">"Ahah, that worrysome thought helped out! This was rigged as a trap to bury us all! Good call!">"I'm meeting with a Sir NotARealKnight McBadGuy">Images of Sir McBG freezing time and stabbing the knight>"Oh good call, I need to be on the look out for assassins that might attack me or our guest. Fields of antimagic on.">"Whoever keeps hitting their head on something, stop that"
>>35988396>The traitors face when he keeps giving himself awayI love you Anon.
>>35988396Aaaand there went my sides. I will miss them
>>35988095>Jesus christ this cake is so good>"Can you guys please stop eating so much? God told me-">I can't listen to you right now, I'm having the best steak of my life oh Lord yes>"Guys, please-">Oooh YES ARCHIBALD ORDERED LOBSTER>"LOBSTER?!"
>>35987709Knights of the Clover. All members are united in hive minds, and can subdivide themselves into smaller or larger minds at will, either entering the Universal Forum, or forming smaller ones to discuss things.The only rule, is that the incantation that links them, also disguises their voices, so none can hear from whom the words are spoken.So basically its one half Anonymous, one half Young Justice.
>>35986633Love it. Would work perfectly for a comedic, well meaning organization in the land. Constantly distracted from speaking telepathically with their comrades, I can imagine that speaking with one in person they might at first appear wise, taking their time to respond when in fact they are just trying to separate a potential quest from the old codger ordering lobster.
>>35988716They have a lot of fame behind them because of their reportedly heroic actions and adventuring, but new members are often confused when they join and find little more than constant argument over trivial matters.
>>35986633I imagine them being actually pretty formidable in a close quarters bar fight type situation. Everyone knows what every one else is gonna do so they end up just dropping everyone else in like 5 seconds perfectly choreographed
>>35988569>>35988396>"Guys please stop eating">Did you really have to think of poisoning our food>"W-what, that wasn't me">Yeah sure. Fine I won't eat>'Noooooo'
A Knight That Walks?
>>35988816So a wizard filled with tiny knights?
>>35988857Neigh, a giant made of regular knights. all hugging each other and forming limbs.
>>35986870I'm definitely thinking of making this into a comic, If I ever do I will post it here
>>35988857Can it be a hot sexy female witch obsessed with turning the whole world into a Swamp?
Until one day, one of the knights dies. What happens when the telepathic connection doesn't break?>Each knight begins to hear a scratching in the back of their minds>Every so often, there's a whispered cry>Other times, they see horrific images>They're never sure if it's real>Or they're just going crazy>The distraction proves too much for one knight, and he's killed in battle>Another voice joins the whispering>Then the nightmares begin>One knight wakes up screaming, they all do>As one, they reach for a bleeding wound that doesn't exist>They begin to see things>Their eyes cloud over and stare, glasslike>There are faces in the mist>One knight is unable to handle it and takes up his sword>And then there were nine>The whispers grow louder>A knight falls ill>Another voice joins>The scratching worsens>They know is happening by now, but can't stop it >They appeal to the witch, begging she take back her gift>She cannot, she says, for the dead are beyond her>In a rage, one of their number slays her>He realizes too late, and attacks the others>It's the only way, he says>We all must die>Two knights fall that day>And two more voices join the chorus>Six on one side, six on the other>They are the Pale Order>Twelve knights on six horses>It is said they do not fear death>For they know it is not the end
>>35988945and here I thought this concept was lighthearted
>>35988945That was so edgy I cut my eyes on itand I read like the first three lines of greentextI liked it better in >>35987206>Now whenever someone dies the curse just picks up a new knight
>>35988923Believe it or not, the world doesn't revolve around your dick.
>>35988945jesus christ dude this shit was supposed to be funny
>>35988945love it good job
>>35988945>First knight dies>Everyone hears a rattle>"Oh God, Sir Olswic, is that you">Who the hell said that! >"Olswic?">"No, this is Patrick"
>>35988945Son, that's Iron Sky levels of mood whiplash.
>>35989055>>35989055>"What is that noise you're making">I like to think about skelingtons>"How would you like to fight against them">Will I stop hearing you, voices>"I don't think so, it seems we must always be 12">Can I have some time to think about it>"Not without us hearing it"
>>35989055I wonder what a mute would think, what would the others be exposed to? And what language would a deaf person think in?I want to know.
>>35989139What does a blind person think if they don't know what anything looks like.Thinking of knights on horseback could be a completely different picture
>>35988945>twelve knights on six horsesYep. I'm sold.
>>35989398>six horses on twelve knightsYou're sold, but I'm spent.
>>35988770The only thing I can see them doing.
>>35989200Imagine that you were blind from birth.Then suddenly one day your mind gets linked with the minds of 11 others. Sometimes people think with images. For the first time in your life, you finally see(at least in you mind you do) what you've been missing out on for your entire life.>"Go back to that flower shop. I want to see the flowers again.">The blind knight and one of his fellows are staring at a painting. The blind knight is on his knees crying.>"It's so beautiful.">The other knight tilts his head sceptically.>"It looks like someone vomited rainbows onto a canvas."
>Two knights passing through countryside, pass by a blacksmith's apprentice as he is taking off his shirt after a hard day's work>Seconds later Sir Montisgard stops and turns around to stare at Sir Gertrude in horror as his thoughts register in his mind
>>35989642Think unsexy thoughts.Think unsexy thoughts.
>>35989642>>35989649Looks like he's wearingNOTHING AT ALLNOTHING AT ALLcaptcha: merlove centuries
You mean a radio?
>one knight itches>every other knight feels an itch>one knight yawns>every other knight feels like yawning>one knight orgasms>
>everything is shared among friendsNothing can be held back when thoughts flow freely. Deep friendship becomes possible.
>>35989642>They arrive at the King's court and have a feast>The entertainment is brought out, it is a dance troupe>One of the dancers is a man in a body suit>After the performance ends, the guards are wondering how such an emotional man became a knight as they see Sir Montisgard sobbing
>>35989702>"Why are you thinking about breathing">"Are you manually breathing?">"Oh no, please no">Manual breathing begins for allThe one betraying knight among them can at least do one thing to ruin their day.
>one of the Knights hears a catchy but annoying tune>keeps playing over and over >all of the Knights are on edge because of that one, damned tune
>>35989707So they end up becoming Betazoids.
>>35989915>Sir Lawxana would you STOP imagining sir Gertrude marrying every wench we see?!
How much better/worse does this concept fit with other classes?>Rangers/Woodsmen>terrifying levels of medieval tacticool>no reason to believe elves don't do this already>Rogues>forced to work together because nobody can betray the others>heist team of the year all years>Monks>Either frustrated due to meditation interruption, or become a perfect zen hivemind with total loss of ego
>>35990175Imagine 12 of these telepathically linked fellows
>>35990188>Mentlegen>On repeat>In your mind
>>35990175I feel like it works well with knights because the thought of a clumsy knight is just kind of inherently hilarious, to me anyway.
>>35990175>Barbarians>One barbarian gets mad>Anger infuriates the others>The first one gets even angrier as it's still on his mind x12>Neverending rage>Magicians>Any spells cast are subject to the last spell thought of>Magician trying to cast feather fall on a group>Other magician thinks of fireball>First magician ends up with that on the mind as he casts
>>35990175>Bards>A legendary 12-person band renowned throughout the realm for legendary synchronization and perfectly crafted harmonies
>>35990269>Bards>A legendary 12-person band renowned throughout the realm for legendary discordance ruckus, used to annoy noblemen and crash parties
>>35990269>>35990400Plot twist, it's the same group!
>>35990502Course it is. That's what being a bard is all about.
>>35990400>Bards>A legendary 12-person band renowned throughout the realm for legendary synchronization and perfectely crafted gangbangs
>>35990269>>35990400>>35990654Still the same group.
amazing thread. Thank you guys, had a hearty chuckle
>>35986633>Knight goes to scratch himself.>Other knights shudder, but what ever.>Some one remembers he has a nasty habit of smelling it.>Collective "No" Screamed out in their minds.
Don't want to be the party pooper, but sharing thoughts isn't the same as sharing feelings/sensations.
>>35990994What makes you think we care?
>>35988945>>35988945You are an edge Lord faggot. This is supposed to be funny. Go write your masturbation fiction elsewhere.
>>35991223Iunno, OP left it pretty open.
>>35991251But look at everything else. It's not bad writing just grim derp levels. Really out of place with everything else here
>>35991273So what, he's not allowed to do anything but follow the crowd in a thread?Fuck off.
>>35989441> mental image of six groups of two knights hoisting a horse comes to mind"What? We don't have enough horses for each of us to carry around!"
>>35990175>This was going to be the heist of the century. No. The millennium.>We all agree on that.>We never do anything big unless we all agree.>Today is the King's Birthday.>Nobles from all over the land are here with gifts for him.>We have already stolen and replaced all of those gifts. In broad daylight.>And none are the wiser.>Next target?>The Royal Treasury.>In broad daylight we will strike and make off with every single thing inside it. Every coin. Every artefact. Every painting. Every tapestry. Everything.>And none will be the wiser.I need to find 12 players in my area and do this.
>>35991351ocean's twelve with magic and dragonssounds cool
>one of them has tourettes>they go around saving people but randomly swear the whole time they're doing it>since they're telepathic they don't talk the whole time except for the swearing>"Oh, thank you, dear knights, how can I">twelve voices chorus "BULLSHIT"
>>35988945>One knight dies>they can still hear him>have a lewd ghost knight help them out>spectrophillia intensifies
>One of them is having sex with a whore.>All 12 shout "FUCK YES! TAKE IT YOU WHORE!" at the top of there lungs at the same time.>5 of them are fighting bandits at the time.>1 of them is speaking to the Queen.>1 is giving money to the Matron of an Orphanage.
>>35986909>>35987518>>35991668>"All right, who made me laugh AND get a boner during the Queen's funeral? You know the rules guys: that's two gold pieces in the faux pas jar."
What's the gender ratio?How do you become a Knight of Clover?Also, they're probably vulnerable to torture. You only need one of them to inflict pain on all the others and guilttrip him into talking.
>>35988945>"I feel all gloomy and angst-ridden ... Sir Reginald, have you been listening to those black-haired bards and writing stories again?"
>>35991758Well, you need just one taking pain suppressant
>>35991758>Why is everyone thinking about my breasts?>Why, Lady LargeBosom, whatever do you mean?>Sir Reginald is that you?>Wait, how does Sir Reginald know I have a mole over my left...>SIR REGINALD>SORRY, SIR KAY HERE, WE TALKING ABOUT MILADY'S TITS>I'm still here>Oh, beg pardon marm>I know a good alchemist who could get that mole taken off for you
>>35991775>Sir Addick Tedde constantly shooting up morphine for Sir Gullib Belle who got captured
>>35991748>the faux pas jarkek'd
>>35991765>"What? The ones who paint their face with ash and black ochre?"
>>35986772>Longbows on horsebackthat sounds like an arm related injury waiting to happen.
>be spy sent by the Brotherhood of the Alien>Sneak up on the Knghts of Clover to gather intel their precious "memes" >they sit in a fucking noisy tavern>they spend twenty minutes just glaring at each other>they pay for their ale and leaveWat do /r/knight?Pls upvote me
>>35991933If the Knights of the Clover are like 4chan, what are the Reddit, Twitter, Tumblr and Facebook equivalents and how do they differ?
>>35991959The Brotherhood of the AlienThe Order of the Blue Robinthe White Knights
>>35988987I believe he was making a reference to Witch and the Hundred Knight.Or it might have been his dick, not sure.
>>35991273I enjoyed seeing it from another angle, even if the funny one seems to be the way we're going.
>>35991959The Red Knights try to copy the Knights of the Clover, believing themselves proper rivals, but can't get anything orderly and done right, or know what the hell they are doing in the first place. The Knights of the Feathered Courier are constantly relaying information to one another, and passing the message on as a form of traveling criers. Though the information they disperse is normally redundant bullshit, but they believe in keeping the populace informed...on EVERYTHING.The Chivalrous Order of the Book of Vanity tend to be a dying order whose original purpose is similar to the Feathered Couriers, but far more orderly and structured, yet more so revolved around more personal than public information. Sadly, they've become nothing more than messengers of beloved one's well being and art pieces, drowning in a sea of strict scripture,The Order of White Knights is a young order that really doesn't understand anything beyond their perception of reality, which does not align with it. They tend to be rather collective of things they find among their travels though, a horde of show pieces and treasures can be found within their keep. Sadly, the sir knights themselves tend to be very self-righteous and enjoy pretending to commit the work of the local physician upon themselves to justify their obvious illusions
Does a the next person to replace a dead knight have to be a knight?
The dead knights sometimes come back, but it is traditional of them to become simple entertainers.
>>35992072Well, once your mind is linked up with 11 paragons of knightlyness, you're naturally obligated to join their order and become a knight if you weren't already. It's a self-perpetuating cycle, really.
>>35992102What happens if one of them is banished?
>>35992102Yeah, I thought about maybe they just kind of pick up everything they know about being a knight from being exposed to so much knightliness.BUT THEN WHAT IF EVERY NOW AND THEN THEY PICK UP AN EVIL DUDE AND THEY CAN TRACK THEM DOWN AND DISPOSE OF THEM.
>One of them is spending a peaceful evening with his family>The others are at a nearby tavern >There is a brawl going on>T Family Knight keeps getting the urge to suplex his kids and hit his wife with a stool
>>35988716Oh I like that.
>>35992072If they weren't, they are now. The might of 11 other knights' psychic peer pressure is pretty powerful.
>sometimes they swap armor and wait for people to notice
This entire thread is one of the the best examples of why I come to /tg/.
>>35990175It's not as funny.The monks work as a boss encounter, the rogues are just boring and the rangers are OP powergamers, so yeah telves are totally doing that
>>35992129>be a farmer>suddenly chosen by the Curse of the Cloverpic related
>>35992112I don't know if it's possible to get banished from the hivemind. I imagine they would be eternally tormented by the disapproving/mocking thoughts of the Order.>>35992118Well, we already have on knight (I think unnamed as of yet) who is trying to betray the others, but their plots are always revealed when they think about them.
I'm totally putting this in my next world.Just because.Granted they would OP as fuck because collective knowledge building up with each generation in a perpetual cycle, but whatever, there's just 12 of them.
>>35992155I'm just saying, if one knight were to die, and the curse chose a total cunt, would the knights get rid of them or just influence them into being good?
>>35992147Pretty OP if they can do that.>>35992155Perhaps there's a thirteen black knight somewhere who's just kind of an asshole.The other knights pretend that his evil thoughts are just their own freudian slips to keep newbies from worrying and asking questions.
>>35992165You ever had the fuck beaten out of you by your subconscious mind?Image it as not your subconscious mind, but the very conscious and very active mind of eleven people that are very willing to kick your ass if you don't shape up.If you are a scumbag, you aren't going to be a scumbag for all of a day afterwards.
Jesus, imagine that one knight who's felt eleven or more other people die.
>>35992175>Perhaps there's a thirteen black knight somewhere who's just kind of an asshole.Snacks?
Imagine them defending a fort or something.Have them spread out over the place and use them as commanders as they can know what's happening in all the other locations and convey information instantly, allowing them to react faster and more effectively than any other defenders.
>>35992198It's why people allow them to get away with extreme breaches of conduct.
>>35992194>all the knights bar one die>the last one has eleven last thoughts echoing endlessly in his head like tinnitus>adds eleven knights to the order>dies himself>the chain continues>a thousand years later it's nothing more than a walking mausoleum of a thousand dead warriors
>>35992213>An incredibly badass group of twelve knights>They never talk, have incredible discipline>All the while they're actually in a pissing match with a guy 500 years dead about why their sword is better than his bronze shithook
>>35992208Out of combat they are those weird fucking knights, in combat they are tactics and teamwork made flesh
>>35991790oh i see what you did there
>>35992233>He could still whup their asses with his bronze shithook.
Imagine the awkwardness when they have a gathering and one of them bring his new lady friend and he has to explain to her everything.>>35992198They'd probably work even better spread across the country.>>35992233>they know hundreds of languages, but most of them are dead ones
>>35992255>So while you were fucking me, you were actually thinking of 11 other men.>And all of them were thinking about fucking me.
>>35992072>>35992129>Sir Percival dies>the remaining eleven find a lookalike peasant>"You are Percival now.">"What? I'm Giles of Chickenwood, what are you...how are you talking inside my...">"You are Percival now. We bought you a new tunic for your birthday last year and you hated it. Remember, Percival? And at your knighting ceremony we swapped your wine with a potion of gender switching, we all had a good laugh. Remember? You are Percival now."
>>35992255Each knight in charge of a legion of men, all constantly receiving and sending information to each other and moving their troops with greater skill than any other commander.To the enemy forces it looks like the Knight's armies have powerful mages or diviners in their ranks.
>>35992246The leader of this ragtag group of knights? Cpt Obbe V. Ousse With their newest recruit: Niile Eeve
>>35992274>S-Sir Mary and Sir Gertrude are girls, though>do you know how hard I have to concentrate to get an erection?
>>35992213>>35992233>>35992255We're sticking with the retention of the dead consciousnesses?
>>35992198>12 knights>two scouting>two in the command room>5 in the field>2 in the barracks as reinforcements>1 either reporting to the king in real time, or playing the stock market with instant info on the battle's outcome
>>35992291>When I took your maidenhead, Sir Percival and Sir Mary were slaying bandits, while Sir Gertrude was having a conversation with the Queen.>They still haven't forgiven me for drowning them in the sheer determination to get a hard on.
>>35992280>there are only 12 identities>the original knights died hundreds of years ago>the telepathy reinforces the identity through correction>the knights don't realise
>wizard tries to mindcontrol one of them>eleven voices tell him to fuck off>>35992298Maybe just one of them can communicate with the deadHe's kind of a nutter.
>>35992298More like>spend 12 years with Sir Balon>he dies>11 others retain memories and knowledge of sir Balon>new knight gets forcetaught the knowledge of the 11 + ol' Sir Balon>repeat for many generations>obtain Uber Knight
Alright, the known Knights of the Clover so far:>Sir Archibald & Sir RemingtonNot much known about them, save that they considered a knightly mail service.>Sir BerringHas many lewd thoughts, blames them on Sir Reginald.>Sir BathisThe hothead of the group, says what everyone's thinking.>Sir GertrudeA female Knight of the order, thus subject to lewd thoughts from the others.>Sir MontisgardMost subject to the emotions of the hivemind.>Sir NotRealKnightFed up with constantly hearing the thoughts of is cohorts, he tries to do them in. Unfortunately, the hivemind means each knight knows his plans before they can work.>Sir OlswicThe dead knight, his thoughts in the afterlife are still heard by the others. Still brags about how his sword is much better than theirs.>Sir ReginaldThe ostensible leader of the group. Rumored to listen to emo bards.>Sir TrembleServes King Leoric, likes alcohol.
>>35992323>Assassin tries to impersonate one to get close to the Queen>So Sir Adaval, What are your companions opinions on this painting that was just unveiled?>She expects real time opinions >The psychic connection isn't publicly known.
>>35992338>Obtain Uber knight: Sir BalonFTFY
>>35992344Also Sir Mary, making it 11/12
>>35992349>It's...adequate milady.>It's a forgery, I can tell because I have seen many a forgery in my time, you can tell by the brush strokes.>It's as if the hands of the most inept commoner were implanted upon the ass of a mule to create this.>I find it rather stunning, milady.
>>35992322I actually like this idea. Does this mean that the curse specifically chooses women when either "Sir Mary" or "Sir Gertrude" dies, and men otherwise?
>>35992386The most worthy in the area when they die, regardless of gender.
>>35992394That's a massive case of gender confusion if I've ever seen one.Like Mordred and Alturia in Fate/Stay Knight, but both sides.
>>35992372Mary was a mistake on my part, but I think there should be at least two girls.>>35992344I think Olswic shouldn't count as a proper knight anymore.Unless he's undead.And Balon, the communicate-with-the-dead one.>>35992386I think it should generally choose according to sex, but mistakes happen.Though >>35992394 is funny too. But a bit one-note.
>>35992394>lumberjack gets possessed by Sir Mary>joins the Clovers>is constantly protected by the ORder of the White Knight for being a woman in a man's body
>>35992386>>35992394So when they have (presumably mostly male) battles, they need to bring along a woman who is worthier than most of the men, just in case Sir Gertrude dies?What if the enemy is worthier? Is that how the betrayer started?
>>35992394>Woman inherits a male knight's memories and personalityOh god my lack of balls.
>>35992394>Anna the sheepherder suddenly wakes up>'Sir Archibald, are you alright?'>Yes, I believe I a- GODS ABOVE! Some fiend has slipped a gender reversal potion into my wine!>That happens more often than it ought to.>Indeed it does, Sir Mary.>Archibald, simply return to the monastery and we'll have you back to normal in a fortnight.
I like the idea that it's not a complete usurpation, just a majority one but the original person still shines through every now and again.Keeps the Knights from being Static, learn new things and all that jazz.
>>35986633It would be great to coordinate 12 armies in perfect sync.
>>35992417>Good day to you sirs, I am Sir Anna, Knight of Archibald>That is an unusual title milady>Erh, I come from a very far, far away land
>>35992400The fact that the personalities are sort of 'imprinted' on the hivemind means Olswic and Balon don't really fit anymore, since they're all technically dead knights.>>35992400Well, nothing wrong with using Sir Mary. How was it a mistake?>>35992427That'd be good if the person the Knight inhabits adds a bit of their conscious to the imprinted personality, in such a manner that the knights never notice.
>>35992399Not to mention that for the girls and the boys questioning your sexual orientation is inevitable with that many pervy voices in your head.>>35992427I was under the impression there's no usurpation, the other knights just treat you as the same person and you kind of go along with it.>>35992415Are they affected by distance? Could the curse be passed to a random peasant on the other side of the continent?>>35992446"Mary" was originally a Paladin one of them had a crush on, see >>35987005
>>35992143Yeah, those monks would seriously kick ass.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7yBnl_krN_U
>>35992468>Are they affected by distance? Could the curse be passed to a random peasant on the other side of the continent?What about species?>Rise, Sir Remington, Knight of the Anthill
>>35992468Fair enough, though there is certainly more than one 'Mary' out there.>I was under the impression there's no usurpation, the other knights just treat you as the same person and you kind of go along with it.It depends on how passive you want each knight's persona to be. If they're just told "You're Sir Remington", then they're Sir Remington in name only. With the other idea, they retain Remington's memories from all his past forms, as well as his personality and skills.
>>35992487Maybe the knights are not equal in how attuned they are with their persona?Perhaps they can sort of choose how much "merging" happen if their will is strong enough?
>>35992481Makes more sense if they stay human, since the curse seems semi-intuitive in trying to retain the knights, and different species have different ways in which their brains work.
I like the idea of less possession and more title inheritance.>Anna the sheepherder wakes up with 10 old knights and another lady knight in her head>"Ah! You must be the new Archibald!">"New what? What the fuck?"
>>35992517People said gertrude and mary so 2 lady knights.
>>35992512This.That's also got a mild Eva vibe to it.I dig it.
>>35992526Oh, you get what I mean.But like, sure they might get some overflow of personality from their immediate predecessor, and there may be some "Oh she's just the new Archibald," initially, but then Sir Anna becomes a prominent part of the circle and they accept her personality more.
Since Sir Olswic is out, there's 11 of 12 knights currently known. >>35992556>>35992536>>35992512If this is the case, we lose a lot of the humorous group antics as new personalities replace the existing ones ( >>35992344 ), which I'm rather fond of.I like >>35992427, as the original personality still exists as the majority, just slowly incorporating aspects of its hosts.
>the knights are reunited to bury the latest Sir Tremble, victim of an extremely painful illness>"say what you will, I'm glad it's over">there's graves all over the country, the knights feel obligated to pay them due every time there's within vicinity>entire armies have been slowed down for this>whoever question it get punched
>>35992606That just seems so...static though.
>>35992631Less static as a whole, considering with each new host the archetype changes, but not so much as for the original to become irrelevant.>Sir Montisgard inhabits a former bard.>Sir Montisgard, you've never mentioned you were a fan of the theater!>Of course I am, as I always have been! No greater past-time is there than the performing arts!>You overemotional dandy, I'm in the middle of single combat! >Apologies Sir Tremble, but there is never a wrong time for theater! Here, allow me to recall a tune that shall befit your current battle!>No, damnit! Now that's going to be stuck in all our heads!
>>35992677>one tune gets in every knight's headkek
>>35992606I don't see how >>35992512 and >>35992427 are incompatible.The personality is mostly "persona", but it's possible for the host to accommodate things a little.The knights just pretend it's the exact same person. I like >>35992677
>>35992608They should have a Mausoleum dedicated for each of the knights of twelve
>>35992694A bit impractical if they have to be all over the country and are constantly risking their lives.
So the telepathic knights are now like Ace Rimmer or the Dead Pirate Roberts?Do they transfer their consciousness when they die, or does it just happen that a new member joins the order?
>>35992724I imagine the consciousness hops immediately to someone appropriate not too far away and they have to search for the new host.
When one is asleep, do the rest hear their dreams?
>>35992724Seems like the new member is essentially the same when they join. But the other 11 still associate the traits of 'Sir Remington' with that person, and as hiveminds tend to be the person associates those traits with themselves as well, making it a gradual but noticeable change with each new host. Any skills might have to be relearned, or they're just an intrinsic part of the Order.
>>35992724Sort of both. The title is just that, a title. But the collective memories of each knight exist within the others due to the nature of the telepathic hivemind. So when a new person joins, they gain all the old one's memories, but not necessarily their skills or personality.>>35992754>Who the hell is thinking about my tits?!>Sir Berring, is that you?>...>He's asleep, Sir Reginald>Well make him dream about something else!>We all know that's not how it works, Sir Tremble.
>>35987005> The meeting of the Telepathic Knight Order isn't a teleconference
It'd be kinda neat if instead of a nearby person it happens to the next person born.>god damn it Montisgard died>he's always a fucking bed wetter>I wish that asshole would have to raise me sometime but no he always has to go out in a blaze of glory
I like the idea of retaining your original name and persona, the original names are titles. Also, they would get part of the originals personality, but not be overcome by then.
>>35992803I like the idea that the knights remain blissfully unaware of their own repeated deaths, and they simply wake up in a completely different body.But obviously this doesn't work if one dies in front of the other.
>>35992796They can't tell who's thinking in most of these so meeting in person allows them to tell who's talking
>>35992724They're like the dread pirate Roberts. When one dies, someone new takes his place in the collective. Eventually, he assumes the title and the name. They remain themselves but are changed over time. The image of the knight identity is constantly projected from the other 11 minds. Treatment and expectations from the other 11 is related to the knight identity. A change of lifestyle into knighthood occurs. All these things change the new host by varying degrees, and eventually a comfortable place is found between the original self and the identity assumed.Well, that's how I see it at least.
>>35992827They'd also hear the thinking of someone dying from a mortal wound pretty much
>>35992298Naeh.Maybe when a slot is open communication is just up.Or you just hear their dying thoughts on repeat, to encourage you to find a new one to take his place.
>>35992838That seems to be the general consensus at this point. At least that's sorted out, though.
>whenever all the knights get killed at once, the kingdom is weakened and quick to fall>12 clueless strangers wake up with panicked voices in their head>they get chased away by fearful villagers>they meet each other, can't get along>generations later, the strangers adopt a strict discipline as a way of coping>they eventually put their skills in the service of a cause, and adopt an official title>the cycle continueThey've been everything, from the Twelve Corsairs to the Twelve Praetorians to the Many Shaman Brothers. But it always comes down to the same thing, eventually.>>35992803I think we should go with what gives the most options. So maybe one of the knights always reincarnate as a baby or young child.Also, I like the idea of a renegade thirteen Knight just doing his thing and ignoring the voices. Nobody knows he exist and the Knights don't talk about it.
After a long amount of time those knights, with all the experience of the precedent incarnations of the order, may become scary powerfulThose guys are basically 12 Knightsatz Haderach
>>35992924>Also, I like the idea of a renegade thirteen Knight just doing his thing and ignoring the voices. Nobody knows he exist and the Knights don't talk about it.Boss encounter.A couple of them attack him, but he knows their every move, while he guards his owns thoughts perfectly not to give anything away.
>>35992929Luckily, with >>35992838 they absorb the personality of the knight, but not really the skill and knowledge. So they don't become Uber Knight: Balon.>>35992924>>35992939I'm not a fan of the idea myself, Sir NotARealKnight fills the 'antagonistic member' role better.
>>35992929I don't like them getting too experienced, which is why I think they should not gain too much of their predecessors' memories. It's more a matter of mannerisms and quirks.Except for the one(s?) who can hear the dead the best, if we go with that.>>35992948Isn't he more of a comic relief, though?
>>35992958They all are, it's a comedic idea and I like it that way.
>>35992958>Isn't he more of a comic relief, though?We tried making this serious at one point, but it's better as an Oglaf-esque comedy thing.With less sex jokes.Okay, pretty much the same amount of sex jokes.
>>35992948>antagonistic member13 isn't the antagonist, the other 12 antagonize him/her. They've tried to pester 13 into joining, but he/she thinks the whole thing is ridiculous and wants no part of it.
Do they get colored armors or anything to distinguish them at all?
>>35992022I can't stop watching...
>>35992981NotARealKnight, again, fills that role as he doesn't want to be a part of the Order/hivemind but he's stuck in it. "13" would just be a version of him that somehow hides his thoughts.
>>35992992They ought to, if they don't already.
>>35986711Pretty much the same as 11 knights with a commander with head sets? Knights weren't the winning force on a battlefield, the commander was. Thats why fights like Agincourt happened where a bunch of archers with shanks and longbows utterly decimated one of the best armies in all of Europe with god tier mercenaries as well.
>>35992992They each have a specific face. Over time, the hosts' faces develop into that face regardless of gender
>>35993028Terrifying.>>35993025Seems like the Knights of the Clover aren't really leaders of armies but single combatants.
>>35993010NARK actively seeks their downfall, 13 just tells them to fuck off. They serve different roles in the narrative.
>>35993010What if knight 13 doesn't really exist? "He" is just an alternate personality brought by the semi-hivemindSomething born from the "Who thought that? It couldn't surely be me" mindset
>>35993010Maybe NARK is nefarious and scheming, while #13 is just a loner and kind of a psycho, so the others are as embarrassed by him as he is by them?>>35993054I like that idea. He's the id, an imaginary friend they all have to face alone at some point.
>>35993054>>35993070Just a mind that exists somewhere between the telepathy? On the telegraph lines, as it were?
>>35993070I imagine 13 as a normal guy that doesn't stand for such nonsense. He just lives in a small house somewhere and tries to have a quiet life.
>>35993050So, 13 doesn't want to join, and they can't read his thoughts...What purpose does he serve, then? The Order would just ignore him if he's never been a member.It could work, however, if '13' had previously been a loyal member of the order, but the current host didn't want to join. That way, the knights would instinctively treat him as though he were a member against his better interests.
>>3599308013 starts out as just a scapegoat everyone blames stray thoughts on. Eventually it gets to the point where there is an actual idea of what kind of person 13 "is", to the point where people hypothetically thinking what 13 would think of something causes it to be voiced.
>>35993096>>35993092I like this idea. Dave the farmer suddenly has 12 voices in his head calling him Sir Balon, but he just wants to stay a humble farmer and tells them to fuck off.>>35993080>>35993070Not as keen on this one.
>>35993080Olswic already fills that role.>>35993092Maybe #13 exists and he's pretty normal if a bit nutty, but the others have made him to be a stereotypically evil dark knight?
So do we have names for the 12 knights yet?
>>35993132Olswic's not really as much a thing since a knight's persona goes to a different person when they die. There's no voices from the dead because they've just gotten a new host.
>>35993137See >>35992344 >>35992372
Someone needs to archive this thread.And take some screen caps of the whole thing.
>>35993137Archibald, Remington, Berring, Bathis, Gertrude, Montisgard, NARK (needs a name), Reginald, Tremble, Mary, Balon.And Olswic as a ghost.That makes eleven plus a ghost.
>>35992344>>35993183You forgot Sir Percival, who was mentioned in passing here: >>35992317
>>35993187Oh, and here: >>35992280. Apparently Sir Percival is a title, like James Bond.
>>35993183As >>35993147 mentioned, no room for a ghost considering the way the Order works. And since Balon's thing was talking to the old ghosts, he'd need a reworking as well.
Can we get this thread archived? Please? I wanna show this to my grandchildren in the future.
>>35993183Just call him Sir Nark.
>>35993187Ah, yeah. But I can't help having a very specific image of Percival in my head.>>35993202It's on sup/tg/.
>>35993202>>35993157I would mate, but I have no idea how.>>35993203Sounds too much like Sir Narc.>>35993187>>35993200Right, so that makes 13 Knights then, which fits with '#13' being Sir Balon's newest host.
>>35993183Sir Nark, That Knight
>>35993202Already archived man
For those asking for archive:http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/35986633/
Wait. So how does this work? Does the personality of the original Twelve get passed on through the iterations?Or does a new knight get added to the Twelve when a member dies, and the minds of the dead simply stay with them in the Gestalt?
>>35993183>And Olswic as a ghost.Fold this into the idea that there's always "one" knight who can hear the dead ones. Olswic was the first to die, and his inheritor could hear him.>Olswic, what are your thoughts on this fine sword I've had crafted?>M'lord, my name's not Olswic, it's Raffon.>I bloody well know that, Sir, I'm addressing you so you might convey Sir Olswic's thoughts.>Feh. He says his grandmum had a larger sword than that.>>I MOST CERTAINLY DID NOT SAY THAT TELL HIM I DID NOT SAY THAT>My word! How rude.
>>35993302The first one, to an extent. They retain their personality, but also incorporate that of the host.
>>35993375Ah. fair enough. I think I'll take the second option for a group of antagonists in D&D then.
>>35993219SNARK for short?
>mfw this threadI know what I'm going to have in my next campaign as a group of recurring NPCs now. I fucking love /tg/ sometimes.
>>35993302Here's my take:The mindsharing ability and some basic quirks are passed immediately to the successor, but most of the "personality" comes from the knights treating the newbie as the exact same person and slowly transmitting the memories.And I suppose the dead knights's spirits are somewhere in the unconscious, with Balon (as a living knight) and Olswic (as a "ghost") being the best at communicating between the two groups.
>>35992349>>35992378>Who is she? Verily, I must know her>You would do well to seek your own answers than to seek help>Seek her not. Forsooth, she is a wench and a harlot. Tis for your own good>Silence, initiate, you joined us only recently>Recently? I've been here for 3 and 20 years>Be silent all of you! You wallow as maidens would over mere trifles.>She shall be my newest maiden>He would have newest maidens
>continues into modern day>they become 12 kamen riders
Those guys could probably pull off a pretty amazing musical number.
But what happens when one of the knights decides, on a whim, to learn MAGIC?
>>35993585We're the knights of the round tableWe dance whenever we're able
>>35993585>they found a way to spread the telepathic curse to more people>Thus Bollywood was born
>>35993617Unfortunately, the curse spread the mana of one person between all of them.
>>35993622We are the knights of Camelot.We eat ham and jam and spam a lot!>>35993617It is verboten, no true knight would use magic! And the curse picks those most suited to knighthood, so no latent magic users.
It would be intresting to give some of them bloodline feats.
>>35993639>to knighthood*for knighthood
So what happens when one of the knights has a bad day and gets mopey?
>>35993717Use your imagination.
>>35993717Why would you get mopey when you have 11 knight friends?
>>35993717Or worse yet, Sir Mary or Sir Gertrude are pmsing?
>>35993700>Your lordship, I come as an emissary from the Order of the Clover.>OF the Order, Sir Bathis>It doesn't matter, Archibald.>Of course it matters! We're knights, we can't just go mispronouncing things!>I'm in the middle of something, bugger off!>Just use the proper term and we wouldn't have this problem!>We'd have a lot less problems if you'd shut your geriatric mouth!>...>Apologies, your lordship.
>>35993755I think that if we make one of the knight into Stannis they really will be overpowered.
>>35993774I think if we make one of the knights into Charles Xavier they will be really overpowered.
>>35993730What comes is a very, very snippy order.>So, can we count on the order's support against these raiders?>I don't know, can we!?
>>35993717The others might feel sad, but not really so much if they're otherwise happy. It's an 11:1 ratio, after all.
Alright /tg/, how about this? A variant on the 12 knights, for the purposes of being used as the PC's enemies in a campaign.>introduce supporting NPCs>introduce 12 knights, who can wreck the PC's shit in>PC's have to kill them one-by-one, and every time one is attacked, more come to his aid>PC's have to rely on sneak attacks and fast DPR to get one down>they return to town to find one of the supporting NPCs is now a knight who attacks them>after they kill several of them over the course of the campaign (and keep running from the knights when they're in a group), the knights convene to discuss how to deal with the PC's/show up at a ball held in their honor or somesuch>the curse is ended when the PC's can kill all 12 of them at once (within a few rounds of each other), so they drop a chandelier on them/drop the floor under them onto spikes/et cetera
>>35994115If they're foes, reduce the number to 7 or 4.Some sort of Knight Zombie virus curse, heh.
>>35994138I like that, yeah. Good call. Way fewer, maybe 6 to match with the evilness.
>>359941524,5 and 7 are for bad guys2,3 and 6 (actually 5+1 antihero) are for good guys
>>35994115I had a boss fight with similar mechanics once. One knight was small and fast with low damage and high HP while the other was a slow, weak caster with crazy damage.The catch was that they only stay killed if the party could kill both of them within a certain number of rounds, otherwise the remaining knight would revive his ally.
>>359941766 is the number of incompletion because it's one less than 7, the Hebrew number of divine completion (seven days in a week). If we're going for symbolism, 4 and 6 are evil, 7 and 12 are good.
>>35994207>dissing on 6
>>35994228>>35994241Fuck your 6!
>>35994241Oh God, here comes my childhood. And it is awesome.But I was actually thinking three, because that way I can put more effort into giving them names and crap (also cause I still roll with 4e because no 5e books yet and there are three tiers in 4e, so I can have one battle as the Final Battle of the Heroic Tier, one at the end of Paragon, and the Final Battle at Epic Tier with all of their minds focused in a single body)
>>35994412And people say that the Nazimods killed off all the creativity. Nice job, drawanon!
>>35994412can i suck your dick?
>>35986633Already read the book.
>>35994412>We have drawfags on board for this
>>35994412Mary is mai waifu.>sir NARK>why are we posing>I don't even like these guys>I wish I was home doing rogue things>Shut up NARK, you think too loud
>>35994412Nice work, man. Sir Reginald even has the Sigil of the Clover on his chestplate (and I think NARK does too).
>>35994412>it's happeningSo we now have named and pictured knights, time to start outlining some sort of timeline?
>>35994463Fuck off, I saw her first.Also new thread when? We just hit bump limit.
>>35994469>>35994455I want to start writefagging, but the Knights of the Clover are so conducive to greentexts it will be a challenge to convert it to regular writing.
I think it's funnier if the knights only share thoughts, not feelings.>knights are listening telepathically>"Oofh!">"Taking bets now, orgasm or stabbing?"
>>35994412>Percival looks like PercevalI love you.We need a color scheme too.
>>35994531>We need a colour scheme too.Oh shit yes, we really do.Working on colours for them now, mind if I just use your picture drawfriend?
>>35994468Nark is wearing a surcoat. Reginald was the only one I felt would have it engraved on his plate.
>>35994531>>35994543Green and beige, of course.
What if the curse choose a King?
>>35994543Go ahead, if you like.
>>35994560No, each one needs different colours.
>>35994513No way, sharing emotions offers a lot more comedy/interaction potential. Not to mention, what is a feeling but our own thoughts from physical stimuli?>Sir Tremble, have you been drinking again?>Whaht? No, fuck you!>You have, you sod! I know when I'm getting drunk!>And at a time like this, too! I'm trying to mediate negotiations between the Trader's League and the King.>Ugh, I'm going to have the worst hangover in the morning.>We all will, Sir Gertrude.
>>35994562When has a king been competent enough for the Order of the Clover?>>35994573>>35994560I think a beige undertone, but the detailings and such would have different colors for each knight.
>>35994412Alright, which ones are traps?
>>35994592None, damnit. We don't need traps.
>>35994565Do you have a version without names?
>>35994663>filenameWell now I feel like a five year old.
>>35994677Revel in it, anon. The world is just as exciting and mysterious as it was when you were five, you need only let yourself believe it.
>>35988945Or they just dig up the dead guy and have a secret undead member of the group who is their more wild card member, relied on when a mission is beyond the abilities of the other knights.
>>35994663How about beige/tan as a common color and different, more saturated individual colors?
>>35994785>each knight that dies is resurrected by a necromancer and they keep the link~50 years later>a band of 12 telepathically linked skeleton knights is roaming the lands, smiting evildoers and rescuing princesses>when facing an enemy to mighty for them, they combine and become THE SKELEDOZEN
>>35994795Bathis should be either bright, bright red or a neutral grey. Gertrude has sky blue, Mary has a faint mauve-ish purple. Nark has dark brown, Montisgard has pink, Olswic is black. Remington is light green, Berring is dark green, Archibald is parchment-yellow/cream and Tremble is a much more saturated yellow.Reginald has white or polished silver.
>>35994492Yep, looks like I've got a lewd story worked out for what happens when two of the Knights have sex.And just in time for the weekend, too!
>>35995192Fucking rule 34. Is nothing sacred?The two better be Mary and Gertrude anon.
>>35995265Where do you think we are?Lewd is not my thing but godspeed writefag
>>35995265>>35995322It's more funny/interesting if it's two different genders.>"Your cock feels so good inside me!">'That's your cock, idiot.'Besides, Percival x Mary OTP
>>35995265Well the third comment was about weird fetishes, so it's too late for that.>>35995371I'll definitely be writing MxF, if only because Mary x Montisgard OTP
>>35995374So like this?
>>35994876>rescuing maidensOh lordy, imagine how awkward it would be if she fell HARD for one of the knights (they keep covered under wraps and armor of course, so no one knows they are undead)..."Oh brave Sir Knight, let me look upon the visage of one who has fought so valiantly and won my heart so...""You know, I'm not sure you would like what you see...""Oh, but for one with such a shining heart, you must surely have a radiant brow, as well... At least a glimpse, Sir Knight--!""Uhh, I really don't think that's such a good--"And then she just pushes his visor up, and then the comically overdone freakout while the King tries to get something sensible out of her, and all of the Knights are like "Well it's been real, but, uh, we're gonna just be going now!"Or she has a thing for the undead/enjoys getting the B
>>35995513Yeah maybe.It think Montisgard can work with both blonde and black hair.Gertrude can be either a redhead or a blond.I think Marys hair should be blacker.
>>35995492I feel like Mary and Montisgard have read each other's thoughts too much, so they have this double trap/reverse-trap thing going on.
>>35995529enjoys getting the B[AROUSED RATTLING]
>>35995550Thing is,if I actually get bored enough to considering shading this,it's very hard to get the values right if the colours are too saturated.At some point even a slight change on the colour wheel would make the colours look much darker
>>35995578Ah okay. It's not too important anyway.What are peoples thoughts about eye colour? Not that it'll be drawn, but fun to know.Gertrude, Green?Mortisgard, Blue(dark? light)Percival, light blue? brown?
>>35995513Percy needs to match >>35993211
>>35995570That makes the confusingly intermingled sexual stimulation all the better.
>>35995744What is the colour of the clover?Is there another order with another clover coloured differently?
>>35995817Clover will be green, of course.>>35995744Any particular reason Tremble's beard is red?
>>35995871Not my idea,I mostly followed >>35995374as the hair colour scheme.Should I make the beard blond as well?
>>35995916Too many blondes. Reverse it.
>>35995940Montisgard can have black hair and blue eyes.Olswic can have brown hair.
>>35995940RightoOr should I use >>35995976 ?Do we know the RGB values of yotsuba pink and blue, in case we're using them?
>>35995871>Any particular reason Tremble's beard is red?I just did that on my fridge drawing for variety.I know some people who have blonde hair and red beards.
>>35995976>>35995984I like it better having another redhead.The chances of it all surviving beyond this thread are slim enough that it hardly matters though.
>>35996016Since this thread is archived others might want to pick up the idea after this 404s
I love you /tg/New thread when?
>>35996035/tg/'s track record with OC isn't promising though. It seems like /tg/ loves building new things much more than playing with existing ones, so everyone gets caught up in the early parts but ditches it after it coalesces.
>>35996076>It seems like /tg/ loves building new things much more than playing with existing onesMost have probably even been between campaigns for years.
>>35996076The problem is also finding new directions for where to take the concept.I feel like they need antagonists and allies, for one.
Okay, please don't hate me too much /tg/. I made this...I tried to incorporate hair schemes and colour suggestions I agreed with but I absolutely won't be moved on Reginald having Orange hair.
>>35996313The colours clash quite a bit imo
>>35996313Too green, I'd like all that green if they were rangers or something but they're knigits.
>>35996313I hope your mom still picks out your clothing every morning because you, sir, have no sense of fashion and color.In all seriousness though, make it silver with green trim and accents, that might work
>>35996313>Reginald having Orange hair.Ya blew it
>>35996313Green would look better if it was the padding under the armor and the trim.
>>35996313>Reginald>I'm so Irish I shit leprechauns
>>35996313Bathis reminds me of this motherfucker.
>>35996269>>35996076>>35996044Alright alright, I'll start a new thread. I've got some ideas in any case.
>>35996985Link it here.
>>35996985New thread when?