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>>36832797All things considered, the mortals in the Lucid Palace put on a good performance. You dare not say it was perfect, even though your casual inspection of the audience between arias has revealed no less than three other Slaaneshiis in disguise. You’ve memorized their faces and pulled at the strings of fate to get their names (both fake and daemonic) for possible use later. Even if you don’t expose them to the Inquisition you’ll at least have a present or two for Cinder to maim when you reunite. Speaking of which, is it still a murderpresent if you give your cat the present in the first place? You’ll have to think about that more. Stupid Big Red Thing.By the time the orchestra begins Con te partirò, signalling the final song of the Opera, you’re already making your way towards the exit. You note that Lucius and his Inquisitor date seem to have already absconded, given that their booth is empty when you pass by it. So much for having backup in case things go south in this upcoming meeting. But then again, this is all according to plan. Isn’t it? You arrive at the designated meeting spot, outside the office from earlier in the night, before the two Inquisitors. From down the hallway you hear the sounds of the crowd filtering out of the Lucid Palace and into the night. It might be awhile longer before you’re taken to see Caidin. >  Wait inside the office>  Remain in the shadows and arrive “just on time”>  Try to pick out Dhar or Tyrus from the masses to get this over with sooner (Per)>  See if you can’t mess with the Slaaneshiis’ disguises on their way out (WP)>  Write in
>>36863530> See if you can’t mess with the Slaaneshiis’ disguises on their way out (WP)yayHopefully I'll make some more good rolls today
>>36863530>>  See if you can’t mess with the Slaaneshiis’ disguises on their way out (WP)
>>36863530>  See if you can’t mess with the Slaaneshiis’ disguises on their way out (WP)but only 1 or 2. leave one intact for later.
>>36863530> See if you can’t mess with the Slaaneshiis’ disguises on their way out (WP)Once all that fun stuff has died down>  Wait inside the office
1d100 vs 69I don't know what will happen if you pull off another 1.
Rolled 48 (1d100)>>36863762Rolling moderatly
Rolled 65 (1d100)>>36863762
Rolled 99 (1d100)>>36863762
>>36863770>>36863799>>36863821Almost 100s aside, that's enough to mess with 1 illusion. Writing...
>>36863530A little Chaos never hurt anyone. As such you walk back down the hall to get a good look at the throng. It only takes but a few minutes of careful inspection to pinpoint one of the daemons you noticed earlier. Given that there are still Inquisitors and other psykers about, you carefully reach out with your mind and begin tearing apart the illusion surrounding the Slaaneshii. The moment you cast aside the daemon’s disguise screams erupt, followed by a hail of gunfire. Like the last one, it too has a few dying words:“When our grand orgy at the end of time is finished, the world of mortals shall end!”You’re about 90% sure it’s just a lie designed to spread fear and uncertainty. But, given the fact there’s been a rather distinct absence of the pink and purple gits thus far, you make a mental note to look into it later.Not too long after the execution, Dhar untangles himself from the horde and walks up to you. “I do so love these events,” he begins. “A bit of culture and a means to weed out heresy all in one. You’d think the foulspawn would know better by now.”>  Well they’re daemons, of course they’re dumb>  Aren’t most of the nobles corrupt anyways?>  So about that meeting…>  Write inConsider this your in-universe explanation as to why there are no Slaaneshiis in the main quest. Happy Holidays. Don't push it.
>>36864118>>  Well they’re daemons, of course they’re dumbDon't badmouth the aristocracy, they are the brain of the Imperium. If they weren't, they wouldn't be at the top.
>>36864118>  Well they’re daemons, of course they’re dumb
>>36864118> Well they’re daemons, of course they’re dumbmy irony meter has been lost in the warp
>>36864207I think Iggy's become the Chaos God of Irony at this point. Tzeentch would be proud.
 it is. Writing...While that happens, which character would you most want to see in Xmas attire?
Rolled 15, 1 = 16 (2d20)>>36864387Yes.
>>36864387Vern.Or all three girls
>>36864387CinderAs Rudolph the Red-Nosed Paindeer
>>36864387I support this anon >>36864592 because bad puns must be shared
>>36864118You’ve never heard of there being such a thing as “too much irony,” but tonight might be a good candidate. “They’re daemons,” you reply. “Of course they’re dumb. Though perhaps arrogant would be a better descriptor.”The corner of Dhar’s mouth twitches. “Perhaps. You must be fairly new to the Ordo, young Acolyte. There have been many an Inquisitor who have fallen due to their hubris. It’s best to treat all such threats as being far reaching and deeply rooted.”He motions back over his shoulder. “Even those two that were slain tonight will be the subject of many an acolyte’s investigation. The fact they were able to get this far is cause for concern. We don’t know how many have been corrupted by their falsehoods or what their goals were.”The leather-skinned man’s monologue is interrupted by Tyrus’ arrival. “Are you two ready to go? Caidin’s agreed to meet with us back in the Tricorn but he’s not in a good mood. Something about not getting a proper drink this evening on top of the two incidents.”Oh yeah. That was supposed to be a thing.Dhar sighs before withdrawing a handkerchief from a vest pocket to wipe his forehead. “Well we’d best hurry then. Do you have a change of clothes, Ms. Soph?”>  No. I’ll just have to meet the Lord Inquisitor like this.>  Yes, just give me a moment.>  Yes but I do not wish to waste time on it>  Write in
>>36864797> No. I’ll just have to meet the Lord Inquisitor like this.
>>36864797>  Yes but I do not wish to waste time on it
>>36864797>Something about not getting a proper drink this evening on top of the two incidents.”>>Oh yeah. That was supposed to be a thing.didn't we give him the bottle? when were we meant to do that? I don't remember a prompt for it>  Yes but I do not wish to waste time on it
>>36864797>>  No. I’ll just have to meet the Lord Inquisitor like this.we are best maid. we should get a picture with the inquisitors for Cinder.
>>36864870We ended up saying that we had such a bottle but did not actually deliver it yet. Small changes add up. Just as planned.
>>36864924I remember saying that but I can't recall ever having an opportunity to actually deliver it, like we actually planned, which was why I was confused at that comment about not delivering it seeing as we never got the chance to
 wins by a vote I believe. Writing...>>36864961I think I either forgot to type a line or it got lost because >GDocs. Best to just take it like it slipped her mind.
>>36865020Damnit I wanted to deliver that bottle and have fun things happen.
>>36865020>Best to just take it like it slipped her mind.A tzeentchette had something slip her mind...Well maybe we can still give the bottle to him
>>36865044It was just the normal bottle though. All it would have done is maybe get us a meeting with him but we had that already. This way we can instantly improve his mood towards us within moments of meeting him. First impressions and all that.>>36865070Say it with me: Irony.
>>36864797You look down at yourself for effect. “I do, Lord Dhar, but perhaps it’s best that I not waste time on it given Lord Caidin’s mood.”“Fair enough. Come along then. We’ll want to get to the Tricorn before the rest of this lot.”The two Inquisitors thusly escort you outside to one of the Palace’s many heliports. An Aquila Lander sets down on the granite petal not seconds after your arrival. After boarding the light shuttle, you’re whisked away on a relatively short flight across Hive Sibellus to the palace of the Inquisition. A trio of dark and austere towers linked together at the northern part of the Hive, it’s the kind of place that many fear if only due to ignorance of the ongoings inside. Even with your impeccable command of illusion and deception it’d be best to play it safe. The last thing you need to deal with are some eighty thousand odd bolters leveled at your face.The Lander circles the tallest of the towers twice before setting down on an outcropping. Once you’ve disembarked it immediately takes off into the night. As for the outcropping, it leads to a double-paned glass door flanked by two astropaths. You suppose it’s to be expected on some level. As incompetent as most of the Inquisition seems to be they at least know to double check the minds of anyone meeting the man in charge of the Calixian Conclave. >  You are a normal acolyte dressed as a maid who likes cats (WP)>  Make one of the people present appear to be a daemon (WP)>  Take over the astropaths’ minds to ensure you get through without issue (WP x 2)>  Write in
Rolled 17 (1d100)>>368655251
>>36865525>>  You are a normal acolyte dressed as a maid who likes cats (WP)Maintain the fiction.
>>36865525>  You are a normal acolyte dressed as a maid who likes cats (WP)
>>36865525>>  You are a normal acolyte dressed as a maid who likes cats (WP)
>>36865525Could we take over the mind of one of the Astropaths? An investment in the future, persay... a useful tool, or a throw away distraction for later...
1d100 vs 69Now would be a very bad time to roll a 100.>>36865632You mean after you get through? Sure, if there's enough votes for it.
Rolled 17 (1d100)>>36865736
>>36865020maybe we can play the 'forgetful' maid and cry that we were supposed to deliver it but forgot and now we're gonna be fired.Or something.>>36865525>>  You are a normal acolyte dressed as a maid who likes cats (WP)
Rolled 35 (1d100)>>36865736
Rolled 36 (1d100)>>36865736
>>36865750>>36865769>>36865789Good job, you pass. Writing...
Rolled 81 (1d100)>>36865819Hooray. This anons got to sleep now so thanks for the thread, I'm looking forward to catching up on it.
>>36865525The mental inspection is much more thorough this time around. Each of the mystics takes close to ten minutes inspecting you before withdrawing to compare notes. You wait patiently for them to return, knowing full well that your facade is still intact. Eventually they return and wave you through without further comment. From there Dhar, Tyrus, and you ascend the tower until you reach the office of the Lord Inquisitor. Along the way you feel a slight tingle that indicates you’ve crossed into a Gellar Field. Again to be expected, but also not a problem for a daemon of your power.Once outside Caidin’s door, your escorts enter first and leave you in the corridor. Even through the thick, wooden door, you pick up most of the conversation.“...Two. TWO! Do you have any idea how much grief I’m going to get from Hax about this? I promised him that this would be without incident!”“At least we noticed in the first place, thanks to the acolyte outside.”“Which is another thing. I’ve had my aides double and triple check her story. I even sent up a cell to inspect the Raptor. Do you know what I found? Nothing.”“Isn’t that… a good thing?”“No, Tyrus. It is my JOB to know the goings on of every Ordo in my sector. The fact I am just NOW learning about Ysai and the fall of Gaelos means that someone somewhere is not doing their job properly.”“Fair enough. But what of Ms. Soph? She’ll probably start to worry if we leave her out there too long.”“Good. If she’s stressed we’re more likely to catch her in a lie.”“You sound like you want her to fail your little test. You sure there’s no residual resentment about not getting your Amasec tonight?”“Don’t patronize me, Dhar.”>  You can wait.>  Enter now with the bottle in hand>  Well you have time, you could change outfits>  Write in
>>36866203> Enter now with the bottle in hand
>>36866203>  Enter now with the bottle in hand
>>36866203>>  Enter now with the bottle in hand
>>36866203> Enter now with the bottle in handKek
>>36866203>  You can wait.Let them stew. Present fancy booze when the feel we are fit to speak with them.
>>36866203>  Enter now with the bottle in handIt took longer negotiating with the Rogue Trader go get the bottle than we had expected, and Caidin had left before we could get it to him...
You know I just realized that we have an opportunity of assassinating three very important members of the Inquisition. And to screw up the entire goings on of the Conclave. But then again there is the reward of long conning them and revealing down the line that they are, in fact, the daemons. Decisions Decisions
>>36866369You know we have around a 100 plans for either contingency anyways.
 it is.But guess what, surprise Fel check!1d100 vs 50
Rolled 52 (1d100)>>36866402nat 1 away!
Rolled 3 (1d100)>>36866402
Rolled 84 (1d100)>>36866402
Rolled 64 (1d100)>>36866402Purple bird man, guide my dice!
>>36866413>>36866414>>36866419Well a 3 less than 50 last I checked. Writing...
>>36866369There's an idea. We could manipulate things into getting either ourselves or Cinder into Caidin's position then WE will run the sector...>>36866402>>36866414Seems like we have a fair chance of passing this one...
>>36866203>“...Two. TWO! Do you have any idea how much grief I’m going to get from Hax about this? I promised him that this would be without incident!”>“At least we noticed in the first place, thanks to the acolyte outside.”As far as he knows, we only uncovered one, right? Also, aren't we in noble clothes now?
>>36866516Yeah we only did the one as far as they know. And no, we're still a maid.
>>36866569I thought we changed outfits so we could watch the Opera?
>>36866516>>36866569There was the first that was uncovered when we were analyzed by the tarot for corruption, and a second one whose disguise was torn apart by Iggy on her way out. That leaves 2 hidden daemonettes in the crowd by Iggy's reckoning, by the way.
>>36866203Again you give yourself a once over to make sure nothing is out of place on the lacy outfit. You give a few places a tug so that the fabric sits better, then you remove the bottle of liquor from your pack. “I couldn’t help but overhear,” you say as you knock on the door and then let yourself in. “That the Lord Inquisitor was missing his favorite drink.” You take two steps inside and shut the door behind you. Caidin is situated in darkness behind an ornate desk, with the other two Inquisitors flanking the piece of furniture. You can’t get a feel for the former despite your daemonic senses.You continue on after offering out the 763.M39 with the label facing the three men. “I must apologize for not delivering it to you sooner. Between the incident at the entrance and the subsequent discussion it slipped my mind. Had I known you were entirely without access to it I would have plied the Rogue Trader Rosmalen to relinquish it sooner.”Dhar seems to be trying not to laugh in the stereotypical manner that all elder humans seem to do. Tyrus remains stonefaced. As for Caidin, he replies in a much more level tone than the rant from before. “That door is warded against eavesdropping, acolyte. Or it is supposed to be anyways. It seems I have yet another person that will require discipline and reeducation. But never mind that. Come, sit.”A hand slides from the shadows to point at the single chair in front of the desk. It’s illuminated by four spotlights in a trite fashion fit for an Interrogation. You confidently walk over, deposit the bottle on the desk, then take your seat. To further your appearance, you cross your legs and rest your hands upon your lap. Demure maid you may be dressed as but now is the time to be bold. Or so you feel anyways.(cont)
>>36867290“So then…” Caidin takes up the liquor and wastes no time in opening it to pour himself a glass. “I’d like to confirm a few things before discussing your future. Make no mistake, this will not be pleasant.”“I expect nothing less, Lord Inquisitor.”“Good.”From there he begins a very detail-oriented dive into your past, both in working for the Inquisition and your heritage. You have lies and half-truths prepared for every single question put to you. In fact as time passes you start to enjoy the “interrogation.” It becomes increasingly clear that Caidin’s struggling with the fact that those under him have failed on multiple fronts. As the one to expose such, you just happen to be the focus of his immediate emotions. You’re learning more and more about the chaotic state of the Calixian Conclave the longer he carries on.>  Let him continue until he makes up his own mind>  Continue to be bold (Fel)>  See if you can learn anything about your surroundings with a little psychic probing (WP)>  Write in
>>36867310>  See if you can learn anything about your surroundings with a little psychic probing (WP)
Rolled 53 (1d100)>>36867310> Continue to be bold (Fel)
>>36867290But we're not wearing the maid outfit, we switched to nobility clothing.
>>36867385Find me the post it happened in. Not that it really matters.
>>36867310>  Continue to be bold (Fel)let our responses to his 'questioning' impress upon him that we will be much better at 'hunting out' Chaos in the sector than his current forces...
>>36867310>>  See if you can learn anything about your surroundings with a little psychic probing (WP)Can't make plans without knowing the circumstances.
>>36867310>  Continue to be bold (Fel)
 has it I think.1d100 vs 50
Rolled 6 (1d100)>>36867708
Rolled 17 (1d100)>>36867708
Rolled 38 (1d100)>>36867708Rolling.>>36867410>>36832797We went to go watch the Opera. Surely we wouldn't do so while dressed as a servant, now would we? Just reminding you.
>>36867717The Gods smile upon Iggy today...
>>36867717>>36867718>>36867722Yeah you pass. Writing...>>36867722You kinda did. I think you're thinking she went and sat with other people or in a booth. It's more like she watched from up with the lighting people and the other servants.
>>36867722Why wouldn't we? We weren't going out to mingle, just watch for a bit.
>>36867722Anon, have you ever been to an opera? The staff there do watch the show as well.
>>36867767Wow, that's kinda loserly what with the powers she has. Whatever, it doesn't really matter.
>>36867806Mingling was its own option, which lost to checking with Lucius face-to-face. After that Iggy got distracted by that psyker.
>>36867886We were gonna noble it up after getting Lucius some wine, I thought.
>>36867899Only two of the voters actually voted for that though. Now, arguably a new vote should have been cast for how we enjoyed the opera, but that's where ELH ended it last night, and I guess he didn't think of that while writing the op today.
>>36867806>Wow, that's kinda loserly what with the powers she has.Though I suppose what would be even more loserly is going to watch an Opera by yourself. Being part of the serving staff at least gives Iggy a distraction from being alone. Like, she'd be sitting there by herself, and there with her thoughts and going like, "Oh, my gosh! I'm alone. And will anyone ever love me." Or whatever, and looking into the future like, "Would anyone care or be affected if I just never got up from this seat or not," you know?
>>36867310After a few more questions from Caidin you respond with one of your own. “Excuse me, Lord Inquisitor. I realize you’re trying to come to terms with the failures of your staff and that I am the catalyst behind its exposure. But I can do nothing to fix that as I am. What is it that you really wish to ask me?”Tyrus stares at you incredulously while Dhar turns away with a gleam in his eyes. Caidin seems slightly at a loss for words.“Acolyte… you are aware who I am, yes?”You nod. “Of course, Lord Inquisitor Caidin.”“Then you know that interrupting my train of thought is not a very wise thing to do.”“Perhaps. But my mentor taught me that being bold is sometimes the best way to get results.”Suddenly the spotlights focused on you shut off. Caidin remains in darkness but it seems that his questioning has ended. Especially since he permits himself a chuckle. “I like you, Soph. If you’re like this I wonder what Lady Cinder is like. No matter. Here.”You hear a desk drawer being opened and the man rooting around in it. Afterwards a rosette is tossed gently at you. “Consider yourself promoted. I’ll have word relayed to your colleague as well. For now, continue on whatever tasks she set you on. I try not to interfere too much when it comes to the Ordo Malleus. Bad for my health to know too much.”You don’t reply right away, instead taking the time to look at the rosette. The old you, the one from lifetimes ago, had always dreamed of this moment. Now that you’re here though? On the other side of the table in both senses of the word? You’re just trying not to laugh.“I’m honored, your lordship…”>  Mention that there’s another daemon floating around from the two that are left>  Thank him and GTFO>  Set up a meeting between him and Cinder>  Ask for something (specify)>  Write in>>36868032I just didn't think it was interesting enough to put to a vote at the time.
>>36868253> Set up a meeting between him and Cinder>  Mention that there’s another daemon floating around from the two that are left
>>36868253>  Ask for somethingBattle Sisters, for our retinue and the like.
Rolled 11 (1d100)>>36868253>>  Thank him and GTFOI don't like the other two options. Too many variables.
>>36868253>  Mention that there’s another daemon floating around from the two that are left>  Thank him and GTFOIf someone asks, we have to start getting our Inquisitor thingamajiggers together in advance and that we're sure they've got this covered with the staff still here.
>>36868253>  Mention that there’s another daemon floating around from the two that are leftwhere there are two there are more.
>>36868253> Mention that there’s another daemon floating around from the two that are left>  Thank him and GTFO
>>36868253Fair enough. Honestly, I'd have probably voted to stay a servant and enjoy from a distance anyway. >2Let's not push our luck just yet. The groundwork is laid.
>>36868282>>36868288>>36868299I see that bringing even more unwanted attention to ourself, and it makes them look even more incompetent.Also, if not now, could we all order some Battle Sisters later? I just think they're neat.
>>36868253>  Thank him and GTFODO NOT DRAW ATTENTION TO YOURSELF
>>36868253> Set up a meeting between him and CinderPut it on the same date that Cinder is supposed to go out with Lucius
>>36868253>  Thank him and GTFO
>>36868253>>  Thank him and GTFO>>  Set up a meeting between him and Cinder
>>36868337We can have Cinder get some sisters. But I agree we need to not draw more attention to ourselves, since I have no idea how we'd know about two more demons.
>>36868357Ooh, that could give Lucius a chance to prove his mettle! Cinder might like a guy who would fight off a Lord Inquisitor.
Here's what I think should be done about the two remaining Daemons: We set one on fire, have it run into a curtain, manipulate the fire to where it spreads like crazy throughout the theater, and have a support beam collapse onto the remaining Daemon, as well as many inquisitors.
I believe  with a mix of  is the winner. Writing...>>36868441Pyro-anon pls.
>>36868253>  Thank him and GTFOKeep the info about the other Slanesshi for if we need to come back, make sure his full attention is elsewhere... hell, we could even leak information back to his agents prior to our return so we can deal with him while his attention is focused elsewhere...Also, at some point we're going to have to get ourselves some acolytes... some lower hive scum, a psyker, a couple of heriteks... Hell, might even get an Alpha Legion Scout...Also, we should send a message to Acerea telling her to expect communications from the Lord Inquisitor about her taking over Gallus's position... leave Iggy's promotion as a surprise...
>>36868441You just can't go wrong with mass immolation as a tactical decision.
Hey, I wonder if we could see about allocating the retinues of those daemonettes' as our own? We'd have to check them for corruption beforehand, but that could be a good place to look for talent, albeit talent that can't tell if their superiors are daemons or not. Which is fine by us.
>>36868253“...is there anything else?”Caidin spins in his chair before replying, “That is all. Stay vigilant, Madam Inquisitor.”You stand and bow before walking to the door. Dhar follows you out. “Do you need me to call in a Lander or can you make it back on your own?”“A Lander if you could.”He nods and takes the lead back down to the pad from before. Along the way he comments, “Should you need any resources, be it acolytes or equipment, come through me. I’ll see to it the other Malleus’ in the Conclave are briefed as well.”“I’ll do just that, thank you.”“Planning on celebrating?”“Not at all. An Inquisitor’s work is never done after all.”“Hah. To be young again… but here we are. I hope to hear from you soon, Soph.”A shuttle ride later sees you back aboard the Raptor. You make a beeline for Cinder’s quarters, only giving Tigerius a simple “we’ll talk shortly” along the way. Once inside, you immediately grab your Cinder doll and dive into the Bloodbath. You remain submerged for a time, letting the illusion about you fail as you clutch the doll close and think about what to do next.>  Send a message to the Engine>  Requisition something>  Tour the ship and make sure none of Caidin’s acolytes left “presents” (Per)>  Generally relax until tomorrow, letting the cogs move on their own>  Write in
>>36868874>  Defile the Rosarius
>>36868874>  Tour the ship and make sure none of Caidin’s acolytes left “presents” (Per)
>>36868874> Tour the ship and make sure none of Caidin’s acolytes left “presents” (Per)
>>36868874>>36868896No one's around. We have plenty of time!Then, we can>  Tour the ship and make sure none of Caidin’s acolytes left “presents” (Per)
1d100 vs 60.>>36868896It is now blue instead of red.
Rolled 26 (1d100)>>36869072Awww, I wanted to defile it by doing the thing.
Rolled 100 (1d100)>>36869072
Rolled 24 (1d100)>>36869072Y'know, like Cinder did with hers.>>36869093Oh damn!
>>36869093Well at least it happened now instead of when you were getting mindscanned. I'll take suggestions for a just as planned moment but otherwise I'm gunna write.
>>36869120Does Iggy get rerolls? I don't think Tzeentch would allow it.
>>36869138Nope. You have to come up with an especially convoluted plan instead. It's up in the OP.
>>36869150Eh, I can't think of anything. Let's use frogs.
>>36869133She has litereally no idea where they'd place the "gifts" so she starts to walk along the palce keeping an eye open and thinking. She is so deep in thought she knocks over a crewman how spills coffee, which hits a gift and shorts it out. Just as planned.
>>36869133>This isn't even the right ship.
>>36869203> It's Caidin's> You're not in a bloodbath, you're in his Jacuzzi
>>36869219>"Why are there frogs in it."
>>36869133The rosario they gave us was a fake as they still didn't believe us. Its a transceiver to try and listen in on any possible chaosy things we were doing. We couldn't corrupt it as it wasn't real in the first place.
>>36869219>That isn't even a Cinder doll you're holding.>It's a stuffed Emperor doll.
>>36869150Plan... So, Did the Inquisition have access to the Raptor for the duration, or only from the Lander we took back. I assume that due to the inherent interior corruption aboard the Raptor that it would have just been the lander.Therefore, anything would have come on with either us, on the lander, or alternatively was teleported. Since Teleportation is unlikely due to the energy spike it would have created, not to mention the high chance of porting into the superstructure, we can rule that out.While it is possible that something was put on Iggy's person, that is also unlikely as she would likely have noticed it being placed, although it Dhar could have planted something...The greatest likelyhood of something infiltrating would be sneaking off of the lander as we disembarked.>cont
>>36868874You probably should have checked the Raptor for bugs the moment you arrived given your past experience with them. But given that Tigerius wasn’t freaking out you don’t really fret. After all, you basically drilled into him and the crew how to handle any visitors. Especially those from the Inquisition. Still, you DO need to check. So you quickly get dressed in your usual robes and begin a thorough sweep of the ship.Ten hours later you’ve found ten frogs and sixteen eyebolts that seem suspiciously turned. For a while you even wonder if the Rosette they gave you was fake, going so far as to completely dismantle it just to be sure. When you finally get back to your quarters you see the Blank outside the doors and trying rather hard not to laugh at you.“What,” you say in the most deadpan manner possible.“I just thought it funny that you’ve been running in circles yelling at crewmen about frogs for the past couple of hours. I told them you were just making sure they were paying attention and that it was a test.”“Speaking of which, are you sure that-”He raises a hand and cuts you off. “Yes we’re sure there’s nothing new. As per your instructions we initiated quarantine procedures the moment you left the ship. When the boarding party tried to sneak in via a cargo shipment we immediately tagged them and steered them along the path you wanted. The process was repeated for the second, third, fourth, and fifth such groups. Honestly they’re very very bad at trying to be sneaky.”You raise a hand to your mouth and slightly bite down on your thumb. “It’s the ones you didn’t notice that I worry about. Have everyone check again. We’re going to be here for awhile anyways as we take on new supplies and possibly new crew.”(cont)
>>36869457The Blank raises an eyebrow, “Related to the Rosette I assume?”“Of course. But clear everything with me first. Last thing I need is a Tech Priest working for Caidin sneaking in by pretending to be a servitor.”“That’s happened before?”“No but it’s what I’d do.”He shrugs and steps out of your way. Back into the Bloodbath you go.>  Send a message to the Engine>  Requisition something>  Headpat Cinder-doll until you’re not paranoid>  Stare really hard at the threads of fate to make sure there are no bugs (WP)>  Write in
>>36869478>  Stroke the Cinder Doll's tail for comfort>  Requisition somethingThe retinues of the daemonettes who got uncovered.
guess there's no point posting the remaining two posts to my 'write in'.... I really am too slow at typing...>>36869478>  Stare really hard at the threads of fate to make sure there are no bugs (WP)It's only Paranoia if you pretend to know who is watching you...
>>36869478>  Headpat Cinder-doll until you’re not paranoid>  Requisition somethingSnakes are a natural predator of frogs, right? We should buy a ton of snakes.
>>36869520Nah I wanna hear it.
>>36869478>  Stare really hard at the threads of fate to make sure there are no bugs (WP)
>>36869478>>  Headpat Cinder-doll until you’re not paranoid>>  Stare really hard at the threads of fate to make sure there are no bugs (WP)It can't be paranoia if we're headpatting lil Cinder!
>>36869532ok then... I may have to re-write a few bits as I deleted most of it...so, from where I left off...>>36869453>>36869453Knowing the Imperium, it is liable to be a Skull probe. However, the potential for Vox units in skull probes is limited to short ranged ones, so it is likely a data collection type.Skull probes are small enough to travel around in the ventilation systems without really being detected. The simplest solution would be to have Styili send a horde of rippers though the vents, however she and her broods are with Cinder and Acerea... So instead we need an alternative way to purge the ventilation... Could we enter the Warp and use some horrors to torch the vents?Though, any inflitration unit would likely see and attempt to hide from our efforts...Therefore we should devise a trap to lure any infiltrating unit into a false sense of security and allow it to simply kill itself though it's own investigation...This could be done by Iggy declaring to the ship that due to Chaos presence on the planet, all crew are confined to quarters while everyone is subject to a search and mind-scan.This should cause any infiltrator to slightly drop their guard as they now have near unlimited access to the corridors and access ways.Then we need to issue a message ordering small groups of crew to the 'interrogation chambers'. This should bait the infiltrator into investigating the 'interrogation chambers'.What they will see will be Iggy in human form, and Tigerius 'searching' the crew.
>>36869478>  Headpat Cinder-doll until you’re not paranoid>  Stare really hard at the threads of fate to make sure there are no bugs (WP)>Meanwhile:Cinder: "Why is my head so itchy all of a sudden?"
>>36869528An entire bag of the fucking things.
>>36869557> last partThis should go on for a while, eventually we will get to Cinders Herald. He will be the main bait as he should clearly have Cinders brand on him. We telepatically order him to 'run', this should cause the infiltrator to 'chase' him.After leading the infiltration in a brief chase, he catches the Herald, putting his blade though his chest, only to be greeted with a covering of puss as the 'Herald' had been switched out with a corpse from the arena filled with poisons taken from the reamains of Acerea's old garden...Probably not enough to completely negate the damage, but should be enough to mitigate the damage and take the edge off the leak...And that about sums it up... I doubt it's 'Just as Planned' quality and it only take about 32 hours, not years... but I hope it makes for a good enough start...
1d100 vs 69Don't roll a 1.
Rolled 27 (1d100)>>36869623
Rolled 59 (1d100)>>36869623Fuck you, I'm a roll whatever I damn well please.
Rolled 17 (1d20)>>36869623That doesn't sound good.
>>36869635>>36869637>>36869638K. Writing...>>36869622Congrats that will happen whenever the fleet joins back up. Remind me when we get there.
>>36869666Are we there yet?
I want to cuddle Bird Loli.Anyone know where can buy Loli of Change plushie?
>>36869666Upon re-reading my posts, I have discovered how horribly disjointed the first one and a half part were... I went from skull probes to implied assassin's without proper referencing, neither did I establish proper time-frames, neither did I use a proper structure for any form of plan ideas...I am forever shamed in the eyes of Tzeentch...
>>36869723Are we there yet?
>>36869732The tyrant ELH only allows headpats.
>>36869750Just as planned. I'm sure if you fix it by the time it comes it it'll be fine.>>36869732Bother Esh Esh maybe? I don't even think there's a SPESS MARIEN plushie.
>>36869478The process of staring at the infinite strings that connect all things is trivial for you these days. As you concentrate your surroundings fade away and leave you floating in darkness amid countless lines of light. Focusing on the Raptor, several lines illuminate and reveal a torrent of information to you. There were in fact five teams that came aboard so Tigerius’ story checks out. There are no hidden transmitters or persons where they should not be. Before you withdraw back to reality completely, though, you do note that there’s a flurry of activity surrounding the acolytes who served under the daemonette killed at the entrance of the Opera. They’ve been rounded up and appear to be undergoing various forms of torture, interrogation, and exorcisms. Also it seems that one of them is in fact sporting a Mark of Slaanesh. Cinder would be proud of your work.Speaking of Cinder…You glance in her direction to see that she’s still alive. As is Acerea. Something about a battle with Wraithlords? It’s hard to say. You’re sure she’ll be fine.>  Send a message to the Engine>  Requisition something>  Start to plan your next course of action in spreading Chaos>  Check on Lucius>  Write in>>36869767Uh no fuck that. Cuddles are entirely kosher. What I object to is random lewd stuff for the sake of being lewd.
>>36869933>  Start to plan your next course of action in spreading Chaos
>  Requisition somethingAt least one acolyte, and that psyker from earlier. A famulous sister maybe?>  Check on LuciusThat Lady Inquisitor might've gotten something out of him.>>36869933>Uh no fuck that. Cuddles are entirely kosher. What I object to is random lewd stuff for the sake of being lewd.You say that now, but you objected to a slap on the can earlier.
>>36869993Ass slaps feel out of place, even if you want to say they were done in the stereotypical "jock way." Plus Zoanthropes do not have asses. They have tails.
>>36869993>>36869933Gonna support this course of action.
Requisition a bomb collar.Check on Lucius.Ensure his neverending loyalty.
>>36869933>>36869933>At least one acolyteNot that we should request only one acolyte. We could also do it with the reasoning, "Yeah, they didn't know until their inquisitors grew horns, but then again, that was the same for you all as well. I will give them a chance to redeem themselves in my service."
>>36870027Well, the problem lies with you then. A slap on the can is only weird if you make it weird.>>36870027>Plus Zoanthropes do not have asses. They have tails.The one GreenMarine drew has a very nice butt.
I'll write checking up on Lucius here in a bit.Here's what you have the option of requisitioning without needing to roll for it:>  An acolyte or two >  A special anti-daemon weapon >  Some standard equipment and supplies for Wormbag and Lazerus to use laterHere's stuff you'll have to roll for (all based off of Fel):>  Acolyte(s) from the dead daemonette>  A small (10) contingent of SOBs>  Power Armor>  More ships (You'd have to roll a 1) I'm also open to suggestions within reason.
>  That Psyker from earlier>  Acolyte(s) from the dead daemonette>  A small (10) contingent of SOBs>"I'm fine with taking the problematic ones off of other peoples' hands. I'm a newbie, after all."
An Anti-Daemon weapon? Like... a double-bladed sword?Or maybe even a warhammer
>>36870242I guess this is what we'll go with.2d1001st versus a 60 because of the write in reasoning stealing my thoughts2nd versus a 40 because it's difficult to find a SOB group that fits the bill (i.e. I'm not going to waste your time with a group you'll have to immediately fight. You will still have to corrupt them though)>>36870338A Sanctified weapon of choice basically.
Rolled 93 (1d100)>>36870393Hope we don't fuck up!
Rolled 45, 1 = 46 (2d100)>>36870393Here we go
Rolled 59, 28 = 87 (2d100)>>36870413FUCK, I ALREADY FUCKED UP>>36870393Rerolling.
Rolled 80, 57 = 137 (2d100)>>36870393
>SOBI think it might be a bit soo...>>36870421never mind...
>>36870421>>36870426>>36870428Of course you roll a 1 for the SOBs. Of course.Well fuck it. Let's just do the next part now then.In corrupting the acolytes and SOBs to your cause (yes you'll still have to do it), they'll gain a few mutations.I want three 1d100 rolls. Then I shall consult the chart and report back.
Rolled 49, 10, 11 = 70 (3d100)>>36870480
Rolled 38 (1d100)>>36870480... Felinids?
Rolled 83, 28, 82 = 193 (3d100)>>36870480Here we go
Rolled 7, 69, 55 = 131 (3d100)>>36870480go go gadget chaos
>>36870480If we're corrupting them to Tzeench, we could use Tome of Corruption's Tzeench chart.
Rolled 41, 25, 79 = 145 (3d100)>>36870480rolling>>36870490if you are >>36870421 as well, you truly are the gifted of the gods...
Rolled 91 (1d100)>>36870480Tyranids, even!
Rolled 15 (1d100)>>36870490>>36870507>>36870515>>36870519Guys, what are y'all doing? ELH said he needed three 1d100s rolled.>>36870480Rolling.
>>36870538regretting not sleeping and lamenting the loss of my ability to read numbers?
>>36870518I want to save some for Acerea and Cinder.
>>36870575Generosity may fit into our long term plans. This is true.
>>36870627Cinder our cat but what is Acerea to us?
>>36870635Our hug pillow that we'll never be seen using.
>>36870538>>36870522>>36870500Here's what that gets you:A 38 can be either...> The Centauroid mutation> The Cursed Fleshmetal mutationA 91 can be either...> The Tentacle mut-BLAM> The Corrupted Flesh mutationA 15 can be either...> The Winged mutation> The Sightless Orbs mutationEither the Acolytes or the Sisters will be receiving two mutations. All of the above can be found in either the BC core book or the DH2 one, but I (or someone else) can explain what they are in more detail if you wish.
>>36870658>Centaur>Weird Flesh (What does this mean?)>Winged
>>36870658Are these sisters already mutated, or are these their mutations after getting corrupted?
>>36870658what is;>Cursed Fleshmetal>Corrupted Flesh>Sightless Orbs
>>36870658>The Cursed Fleshmetal mutation> The Corrupted Flesh mutation> The Winged mutationAnyone else getting a demon angel vibe? Fit's perfectly if you ask me
>>36870658> The Cursed Fleshmetal mutation> The Winged mutation> The Corrupted Flesh mutationSOB get the Fleshmetal an wings as khrone assault troops
>>36870658> The Centauroid mutation> The Winged mutationPEGASISTERS, THEY'LL BE AWESOME!
>>36870733How about no because that sounds retarded.......
>>36870748How do you mean? They'll be like centaurs with wings. Doesn't that sound cool?
>>36870759No.It sounds stupid to be honest
Here's a chart of all the mutations.Personally I'm a fan of giving the Sisters Wings and fucking over the acolytes with whatever. That way we can use the Sisters as heralds or fake saints.>>36870703Pretty sure QM means they'll get these in due time.
>>36870759MLP plz go >>36870658Cursed FleshmetalTentaclesSightless orbs. Creepy.
>>36870769Um, well okay. I'm still gonna vote for it though. May the best mutations win!
>>36870788>MLP plz go?????
>>36870658> TCursed Fleshmetal> Corrupted Flesh> WingedSisters get the Cursed Fleshmetal and the Winged. Seems fitting.
>>36870774>using the Sisters as heralds or fake saints.That would be a very Tzeentchean thing to do. I'll let you all discuss it for awhile longer before putting it to a vote. Gives me time to make dinner at 2am. Don't judge me.
>>36870658Sisters;>Cursed Fleshmetal>WingedAcolytes>Corrupted Flesh
>>36870818Oh shit yes we have to get the cursed flesh metal corrupted flesh and winged now s owe can pass them off as saints!
The cursed flesh thing seems like something Acerea would get a kick out of.Sightless Orbs seem like they're more of a liability?
>>36870846I can agree to this.Second
>>36870846Seconding. Though, the acolytes... Is our Psyker going to end up that way as well? I'd rather he got somehting Tzeentchy like tentacles.
>>36870658> The Cursed Fleshmetal mutation> The Corrupted Flesh mutation> The Winged mutationThe whole 'herald of false saints' premise sold it to me.
>>36870855Sightless Orbs is basically a 'completely lose one sense, massively enhance all others' kind of deal.Blind Predators can be very dangerous, especially in poor visibility conditions, i.e. unlit caves, super dense fog, blinding light, ect.
Corrupted Flesh sounds very Nurglesque. We sent whoever gets mutated with this to Acerea?
I believe >>36870846 has the majority so we'll go with that. Like I said you still have to corrupt them but maybe this will make it easier on the Sisters.>>36870884The one psyker from earlier? He's not included in this roll.Lemme eat and we'll get back to Lucius and his Rogue Tradering, then move to actual corruption stuffs.
I hope we get to play as Acerea in the next thread.
>>36869933After sending off a politely worded request to to Dhar for some new staff you try and reach Lucius. At first you’re willing to right off his lack of reply for thought that his date is still around. But the longer you wait the more you begin to worry. It doesn’t take what’s now been close to sixteen hours to seal the deal. Does it? You wouldn’t know. But you’re pretty sure it doesn’t take that long. Especially since that length of time would cut into Lucius’ other pursuits, namely other women. You play vox-tag with the Inferno for the next thirty minutes, trying to reach someone who will give you a straight answer. Finally you get one of the Arch Militants that you recall was hanging off of the Rogue Trader when you first met. “This is Moria, how may I help you Ms. Ignitrix?”The fact that she used your name and not Soph means that she’s alone. Good. Still, you’re a little irritated about getting the runaround and it shows in your tone. “Moria, why is it that Lucius isn’t returning my calls? It’s not like I’m an ex-girlfriend trying to get her favorite bit of skimpy clothing back.”Moria snickers. “Trust me, he has a LOT of those. But no, we have an odd situation over here. It seems that his Inquisitor friend has decided to take it upon herself to do a thorough inspection of the Faithful Inferno. Something about wanting to either use it for her own purposes or hiring Lucius. I’m not really clear on the details but…”“But that means she’s going to eventually want to see all the things you shouldn’t have,” you finish for her. “How bad is it?”“...You remember that Grey Knight?”For the love of…“And there’s also Deck 75 where he keeps his pets…”Why.“Oh I suppose there’s also the complete Eldar Farseer set he has.”...>  Nope. You’re on your own.>  Fine I’ll teleport it over here (WP)>  I’m coming over >  Write in
>>36871375> Fine I’ll teleport it over here (WP)
>>36871375>  Fine I’ll teleport it over here (WP)
>>36871375>  Fine I’ll teleport it over here (WP)Simple solution. Assuming we don't implode.
>>36871375>>  Fine I’ll teleport it over here (WP)Could we like port some of that into the other daemons rooms or something?Punishment for Lucius and getting to mess with the enemy perhaps?
>>36871451Lucius could owe us one for this. That means a favor which doesn't force us to dress as a maid for him in return. Kinda disappointing... w-wait, it's not what you think!
>>36871476I wanted to say we could make him wear the damn thing, but he's probably into that too.
1d100 vs 69Even if you fail it'd be funny.
Rolled 65 (1d100)>>36871630
Rolled 86 (1d100)>>36871630
Rolled 98 (1d100)>>36871630You sure like that number.
>>36871637>>36871638>>36871640Cool. Writing.It just happened to be the number that came up when I generated her stats in BC. Blame math.
>>36871375This might be a good way to gain leverage over Lucius. Or at least offer a way to cancel out the date with Cinder. You don’t let Moria know that though as you lazily conjure up a pair of linked portals: one on the Raptor on the Biodeck and one on the Inferno next to Moria. “Toss whatever you need to hide in there. And tell Lucius that he owes me for this.”“It’ll be my pleasure, Ms. Ignitrix.”With that call out of the way you’re once again left to ponder several things. At the forefront of your mind is where to go next. There’s not much that can top fooling the head of the Calixian Inquisition but you can think of several things. Helldrool still needs to be brought out of hiding for one. And you’ve always wanted to corrupt a Shrine World just because. Perhaps your new “recruits” will help you in that endeavour…Remembering your requisition request, you fish out a dataslate to see you’ve already gotten a reply. Five acolytes from the false-Inquisitor’s retinue will be joining you, along with ten Sisters of Battle. Like the acolytes it seems that the Sisters have their own problems. Half are Repentia, while four others are actually former Sisters that have been denounced and condemned for having Witch Sight. The last is the only survivor of a massacre that wiped out her entire Order. In all a ragtag group that’s both eager to die and prove themselves to the Emperor. Just the kind of minds you can subvert with the right words and actions.There’s also a message from the traumatized psyker you spoke to earlier. It seems he’ll be joining you at the same time as the others. Probably to save on shuttle trips and paperwork if you had to guess. For the moment you’re musing about how he'll respond to Chaos. Maybe you’ll end up corrupting him into a flamer?(cont)
>>36871849A beep on your comm-link interrupts your thoughts. It seems Lucius has finally finished showing his lady friend around. “Thanks for taking on those items for me,” he says, sounding a little out of breath. “I was running her in circles while my crew tried to move them around. I don’t think she noticed because she left with a smile. In any case, I owe you.”>  Cancel the Cinder Date>  Save the favor for later>  Keep something of what he sent over>  Write in
>>36871858>  Save the favor for later
>>36871858> Save the favor for later
Since  won...>>36871858“I’ll remember that,” you reply. “Now you’d best get your ‘pets’ out of Acerea’s garden before they tear up her plants. Or vice versa.”“Right…”You go back to looking over the dossiers of your new “cell,” only to be interrupted some twenty minutes later by another call from Lucius.“We have a… problem.”“Of course we do.”“A particularly virulent species of bramble has encased my set of Eldar armor. Every time we try and cut it out the plant starts spitting acid at us.”>  “Cut your losses and take it up with Acerea when she’s back”>  “Fine I’ll head down there.”>  “Try harder. Use flamethrowers.”>  Write in
>>36871990Hmmm, on one hand, I'm interested in seeing Acerea corrupt that Eldar armor, but a friend in need is a friend indeed. But still, it would go so well with her Eldarness! On the other hand, she would be wearing clothes. However, clothes can make the nude form all the more appealing.
>>36872018Acerea's a psyker too yeah? Wonder if that Farseer armor gives any bonus to that. A cursory look at the wiki says maybe?
>>36872018Nevermind, this is irrelevant. Where Acerea's at right now, if she wants a suit of farseer armor, it could probably be made if she asks the right people the right way. It would make a nice gift though.
>>36871990>  “Fine I’ll head down there.”MOSS MATTLE!
>>36871990>  “Cut your losses and take it up with Acerea when she’s back”
>>36871990, because Nurgle is not our friend, and this is a nice opportunity to cross his desires with a proper excuse.
>>36872153We haven't butt heads with her though. It's sort of an agree to disagree situation. Do we really want to ruin that?
>>36872153Acerea is our friend. She gave us an ever-changing flower. We need to go find her a gift for when she gets back. What do you think she'll like?
>>36872204"It's just an armour, I didn't think it was anything important, and Lucius was SO helpful I just couldn't say 'no'."
>>36871990> “Cut your losses and take it up with Acerea when she’s back”
>>36872220What are her and Cinder's new eldar buddies going to think, though?
>>36872233Chances are if they're willing to join Nurgle to save themselves from Slaanesh then they're not gunna care about one corrupted set of armor. Hell they might start copying it.
>>36872233We can tell them Lucius insisted on the armour, when/in case we need to get rid of that obnoxious prat.
>>36872252So far, he's served us well, and he still owes us. He'll owe us more for getting this armor of his.
In the interests of wrapping up here shortly, I'll go ahead and weigh in myself to break the tie and give it to .
>>36871990Just before you promise to come down and handle the situation yourself you remember Acerea’s gifts. She may not truly understand how important the flower and the Cinder doll are to you but that doesn’t make them any less so. So you switch tact. “Sorry, Lucius. You’ll have to take it up with Acerea when she gets back. Besides, if she’s successful you can just ask one of her Eldar buddies to get you a new set.”You hear a deep sigh before he answers. “I suppose that’s fair. And it’s my own fault for not having a proper vault for the blasted thing. I’ll need to fix that.”“Get it done whenever we go visit Helldrool,” you offer. “The man’s kind of a savant when it comes to overhauling spaceships. I’ll even put in a good word.”“Hrm. About that. That Inquisitor from earlier? She wants to rent out two of the Inferno’s upper decks for her own purposes. I didn’t say yes but I also didn’t say no. It was the type of offer that came with a very pointed “or else” connotation.”Wonderful. “I see. Well if you want to pass up the chance at a date with Cinder for some human tail then be my guest…”“Sometimes you’re a cruel mistress, little bird.”“Don’t forget it.”> Housekeeping next post
Rolled 1 (1d3)>>36872371So yeah. You got a rosette and basically just made it so you can go "wololo" on the Head Honcho later. And you all finally got your Sisters to play with. I'd recommend not breaking them. Rolling 1d3 to see who's the subject of the next session:1 = Cinder2 = Iggy3 = Acerea
>>36872385Woot! BEST DEMON TIME!
>>36872385I wanna play as Acerea, though, give her a chance to show her stuff at converting Eldar. It's her show in that arena.
>>36872401I may decide to switch POV's mid session if it turns out it'll make for more interesting content. Can't do that here without going across the galaxy.
>>36872385>And you all finally got your Sisters to play with. I'd recommend not breaking them.Our prayers are answered! Thank you kindly!
>>36872385>You got a rosette and basically just made it so you can go "wololo" on the Head Honcho later.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jv6eDQeLvfM
>>36872385just woke up and caught up, thanks for the thread ELH
>>36869732Thinking about it it wouldn't be too hard to make. Especially if you did something like the RWBY plushies for the pattern.