Previous Threads: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?searchall=homeless+mutant+questPastebins:http://pastebin.com/UuVeJFighttp://pastebin.com/98mpGLrhhttp://pastebin.com/PmF43Sr1http://pastebin.com/JYrcDPPk>(1/2)You are John James Green, mutant vagrant.“Psst. Peter.” You swear, his head almost pops off. He sits up straight, his arms flashing up from his sides, pulled up into a loosely defensive posture, like he’s squaring off against some intangible sparring partner. You almost laugh. “Don’t worry, it’s me.” Peter glances back at the bleachers behind him, where you and Laura are sat, imperceptible to the world around you. Below, the football field that you blasted Nurse Snakeface into has been worked clean of all evidence, and a number of sweaty youths run back and forth, practicing for some upcoming game. Hut hut hut and such.“You could be out there, you know.” You nod toward the field. You know he can’t see it, but it’s more a reflex than anything else. “Be careful with your powers and you could be the star player. You’d get a free ride to any university you wanted.”It takes him a second to catch on, eyes turning toward the field. Eventually, he just shrugs. “I don’t really have time for stuff like that.” He answers, glancing from side to side, making sure that he’s not being watched. “Uh… is something bad about to happen?” “No.” You blink, a little taken aback. “I don’t think so. Why’d you ask?” “Last time you were here, the school nurse turned out to be a venomous weirdo.” Fair enough.
>(2/2)“Well, I won’t be going anywhere near the nurse’s office today.” You say, leaning back against the bench behind you. “I’m just here to drop off a sample.”You tap the bench beside him. His eyes dart down to the jar of noxious muck you’ve left there. “Wow.” He wrinkles his nose slightly. “That looks appetizing.” “Yeah…” He has no idea. Scooping it up, he eyes its contents, shaking it slightly. “Hmm. Mind if I show this to a friend of mine?”>Present Time: 12:35 PM>Hunger Level: 3>Current Funds: $1,108>[ ] You’d rather this stays between the two of you.>[ ] No problemo.>[ ] If he thinks it’s necessary.>[ ] Write in.
>>37775282>[ ] No problemo.You do some science, buddy.
>>37775282>[ ] If he thinks it’s necessary.is your friend a scientist?
>>37775282>[ ] If he thinks it’s necessary.Morning CJ
>>37775282>No problemo.He has connections, and hes discrete about the mutant stuff.
>>37775282>>[ ] If he thinks it’s necessary.Just don't tell him where you got it.
>>37775282>[ ] If he thinks it’s necessary.
>>37775282>[ ] No problemo.If he needs any more info, well, he has our number.>Captcha: Greenheh.
>>37775282>] No problemo.Ask who the friend is
>>37775282>>[X] No problemo.
Shit I'm busy today and need to leave. Kind of disappointed I wont be here for the power sperging. Does liking the power sperging make me a bad person?
>>37775282>[ ] Write in."Depends. Who's your friend?"
>>37775282>>[ ] No problemo.
>[X] If he thinks it’s necessary.What the hell. You trust Peter, might as well put some trust in his friends. None of them have been shitty so far.“If you think it’s necessary.”“I might be.” He says, stowing the jar away in his backpack. “I mean, I might not have all the equipment I need to take a proper look. Science stuff is expensive.” Money trouble. You and your thrift shop jeans can definitely relate.“There anything else?” His eyes scan the bleachers for some sign of you. You thought that maybe he had some kind of enhanced senses packaged in with that strength of his, but you guess not. “I’m meeting a friend out here for a study session, and she’ll probably be here soon.” Down by the school building, you spy a figure moving toward the bleachers at a determined pace, her slender outline crowned by a head of fiery red hair. Her eyes stick to Peter in a manner you’d generally associate with various birds of prey.Yes, you’re sure she wants to study. >[ ] Yes. Write in.>[ ] Nah. Be good, Peter.
>>37775557>>[X] Nah. Be good, Peter.
>>37775557>[ ] Nah. Be good, Peter."Just make sure to wear a rubber, alright?"
>>37775557>[ ] Nah. Be good, Peter."And thank you"
>>37775557>[ ] Nah. Be good, Peter.
>>37775557>Nah. Be good, Peter."Keep it safe"
>>37775557>[x] Nah. Be good, Peter."Assembling a harem I see, best of luck"
>>37775557>>[ ] Nah. Be good, Peter.We got shit to do, man.
>>37775557>Don't let Chat know, she has eyes everywhere.
>>37775699>>37775756Something along these lines, yeah.
>>37775557>[ ] Nah. Be good, Peter.>>37775699>>37775756Please no.
>>37775779its just teasing anon, chillax
>>37775779Why not? It's funny teasing.
>>37775843get the stick out of your ass.
>>37775948>>37775992Ok, you disagree with each other, thanks for sharing, now please stop? This could drag on otherwise.
>[X] Nah.Oh, hey, there’s more than one of them. You wouldn’t have caught it had you looked back a second later, but there’s a younger girl standing by the fence that separates the field from the front yard, arms stocked up on books and eyes glaring daggers into the redhead’s back. Cute little brunette. Kinda flat, but still cute.You glance down at Peter, your expression thankfully concealed from sight. Dude has far too many attractive women in his life, it’s not natural.“Nah, I’ll on my way.” You lift yourself up. “Be good, Peter.” You leave him looking a little flustered, and head down long the length of the football pitch, toward the front of the school. All around you, students revel in their youth, chatting and laughing and, in the case of one very bald boy with the typical stocky build of a class clown, behaving extremely thoughtlessly. You and Laura move through them like ghosts, untouched and unseen. It’s an… isolating experience.You glance down at Laura. She watches a pair of students exchanging notes on the grass, her eyes focused and unblinking. By all rights, this is where she should be, isn’t it? Kevin, too, and Lucas. You suppose Layla as well, technically, though New York Zoo might be more her speed.“What’re you thinking about?” You say, before even really turning it over. Laura snaps her eyes away from the pair, as if you’ve caught her out somehow. “It’s… a lot like the school I went to.” She says, eventually. “With my cousin.” Huh. >[ ] Go shopping.>[ ] Visit the Tabbycat.>[ ] Write in.
>>37775948>>37775992Just fuck already.
>>37776040>[ ] Go shopping.Tabbycat next, but Laura needs more shirts and stuff.
>>37775992I never implied you weren't free to (dis)like something, or insulted you for disagreeing with me.>>37776022Of course. This is the last post, promise.
>>37776042They did. >>37776040>Go shopping.
>>37776040>[ ] Go shopping.Laura needs more shirts, and boots. We also need to pick up more food since we decimated the groups supplies.
>>37776040>[ ] Go shopping.owe her some shirts and boots
>>37776040>[ ] Go shopping.Get some disguise clothes for Gabby.
>>37776040>[ ] Go shopping.
>>37776080>the last postkeep it that way
>[X] Go shopping.“I didn’t know you went to school.”You don’t bring up the cousin thing. You sorta get the feeling that that’s a particularly tender point.She nods slowly. “Yes. It was only very briefly, before the Facility tracked my location.” She flinches minutely, and you hold her hand a little tighter. As the two of you move out onto the street, you let your power dwindle away, popping back into the visible universe. “Did you enjoy it?” You ask, in a quiet, careful tone. “School, I mean.” Laura thinks about that for a while. You get the impression that, whatever her experience there was, the way it ended – you can’t know how it did for sure, but you can guess – has left it tainted, the memories of one thing emerging through the lens of another. You know the feeling. Eventually, she looks back up at you, and smiles just very slightly. “Yes, I did.” >[ ] Get supplies first. >[ ] Get stuff for Laura first.
I know one of the girls is Mary Jane but who is the other girl?
>>37776413>>[ ] Get stuff for Laura first.Boots
>>37776413>[ ] Get stuff for Laura first.Boots, shirts, etc.>>37776421Kitty Pryde. It was said in thread #96 that she was in Harry's class.
>>37776413>[ ] Get stuff for Laura first.
>>37776413>[ ] Get stuff for Laura first.Then head for the Tabbycat. Groceries on the way home
>>37776413>>[X] Get stuff for Laura first.Would be nice if we could get Laura back in school but with the situation like it is, shits not happening.
>>37776413>[ ] Get stuff for Laura first.>>37776475This, we don't know how long we'll take and we're not going to take bags of chicken livers while we check out the Tabbycat.
How much does JJ know about the Facility? Has Laura told him about their capabilities, and what places/property they own?
>>37776413>>[ ] Get supplies first.
>>37776589>and what places/property they own?Read the archives.She has done this.
>>37776626I don't remember which thread it was. Can you tell me?
Bitches really do love spider-man
teach Laura about french kissing
>>37776697Thanks.>idiotYou overestimate my memory.
>>37776762I could post the PDFs I made of the first 50 threads
Okay, sorry about the wait guys, had to get food quickly.>>37776441>>37776456>>37776463>>37776475>>37776510>>37776511>>37776517>>37776530>>37776574>[ ] Get cheap stuff.>[ ] Let Laura choose where you shop.>[ ] Suggest some stuff you like.
>>37776931>[ ] Let Laura choose where you shop.
>>37776931>[ ] Let Laura choose where you shop.JJ the sugar daddy
>>37776931>[ ] Let Laura choose where you shop.She knows what she needs better than us.
>>37776931>[ ] Let Laura choose where you shop.Pretty sure we can trust her to be aware of our money issues.
>>37776931>[ ] Let Laura choose where you shop.>[ ] But she has to model the clothes for you before you buy it.
>>37776931>>[ ] Get cheap stuff.>>[ ] Let Laura choose where you shop.Let her pick, just make sure things don't get too expensive.
>>37776931>[ ] Let Laura choose where you shop.SHOP TILL YOU DROP
>>37776931>[ ] Let Laura choose where you shop.Laura's good about practicality and she knows about The Hobo Clan's resource limitations.
>>37776931>[ x] Let Laura choose where you shop. Also we should get some clean and nice clothes for ourselves. We have the dosh now, no need to keep the smelly and unappealing jacket.
>>37776931>[ ] Let Laura choose where you shop.The greatest gift you can give to a woman!
>>37777207No, a shopping trip with our money!
>>37776931>[x] Suggest some stuff you like.Hot Cocoa is always amazeballs but coffeshops are expensive; get some beans, leaves and cocoa powder and a french press/teapot. Maybe some mugs too if you feel like going the extra mile.
>(1/2)>[X] Let Laura chooseLaura talks a lot on your way down to the neatest high street. More than you’ve ever heard her say at once. She has a habit of boiling things down to their most simplistic forms – “Yes”, “No”, “Affirmative” – but you find yourself having to do very little talking besides asking the occasional small question. She tells you about her cousin, Megan, and her aunt, Deborah, and the brief taste they gave her of a normal life. “It was stupid.” She says, her brow furrowing. “Going to them. But I was… I didn’t know what to do, after I escaped the Facility. They were all I had.” Her eyes adrift in recollection, she recounts how she just turned up one day, and how strange it felt to sleep in a room with windows for the first time. “Everything was different. I had never slept in a bed before then. I had never chosen my own clothes, or what to eat, or anything. I think…” She smiles, but it pushes back a lump in her throat. “…I became complacent, and lazy, and I stopped thinking properly. I was learning… a lot of things. Much of what people were saying, or doing, I did not understand. I was sent outside often at school, and I did not form any kind of relationship with anyone beyond Megan.” For a moment, there is real anger in her eyes. Not some muted echo of it, but true, genuine resentment. “But she was enough.” You walk in silence for a little while, quite thoroughly overwhelmed. The things she tells you make you feel helpless – you’re glad she’s opening up, but it’s stuff you can’t fix, or sweep away, or even really approach without being bombarded by the distinct sensation of being a colossal idiot. Even thinking about a response, about anything to say, makes your stomach churn. So, you don’t say anything. You wrap your arm over her shoulders, drawing her closer, as if to say that you’re not going anywhere. She flinches at the unexpected contact, but stays by your side.
>>37777280This, french press is best.
Did..did the Queen get Crusty?
>>37777590Let's go with yes?
Rip in piece Crusty Jones, we hardly knew ye
>>37777590No, he got decapitated.
>>37777590He has been chosen by her royal majesty's government for a project of utmost importance.
>>37777699He is now the royal concubine
Dammit, why do you people keep posting? I see the new reply icon and I'm hopeful maybe CJ is back. My only solace is knowing I made other people look with this post.
Sooooo....who's everyone got in the Super Bowl?
>>37777837I kinda just want the Seahawks to lose since they beat the Packers.
>(2/2)When you hit the high street, you can’t help but cringle a little. All these big, fancy shops, all of them after your wallet. You get the very definite feeling that when you leave this place, your stride will be quite significantly lighter. There’s a few places that stick out to your finely-honed hobo eyes as spots to hit in search of the cheapest and rattiest essentials, but you remind yourself that this isn’t really about that. It’s about the girl standing next to you. “So.” You glance to and fro, probably looking a little dazed. “Where d’you wanna go?” Lots of places, apparently. You flitter through a procession of clothes shops, your contribution to the search being mostly to stand around looking consistently out-of-place. Watching Laura shop is kinda weird – she’s not like Victoria at all. She doesn’t turn around and press the items under consideration up against her and strike that little pose you’d slowly grown accustomed to. She barely ever even seems to measure anything up against her. She picks things up, turns them around, and puts them back. You can’t even imagine what she’s looking for when her eyes pass up and down an item of clothing. Though, that said, you didn’t really get how Vicky chose this stuff either. Mostly, what you learned from her is that, no matter what she says, you have very little input here.
>>37777837Seahawks, since I loathe Tom Brady and the Patriots with every inch of my soul
>>37777837I'm from New England (southern New Hampshire in the house!) soo...
>(3/3)She tries on a succession of heavy, thick boots for a while, before choosing a pair that honestly might be aircraft carriers in disguise. You cringe your way through the exchange of cash, the girl behind the counter smirking knowingly. When she’s done with footwear, she drags you into a suspiciously dim little place where the staff all have piercings and excessive makeup. She picks up a bunch of dark tee-shirts that, you can’t help but note, will show off her midsection pretty well, before moving on to… the corset section.Ah, right. Blaring music. Low lighting. Everyone's got tattoos. This is exactly the kind of store with a corset section. You remain silent while she goes through them, getting that distinct feeling that there’s nowhere you can put your eyes without feeling a little skeevy. There’s just so much leather in here. Illegal quantities of leather, possibly.She turns around, holding up a dark, finely studded corset, that will almost certainly bare a great deal of skin, and for the first time since you this little adventure began she asks you what you think.>[ ] Three thumbs up.>[ ] Ehhhhhhhhhh…>[ ] Absolutely haram.>[ ] Won’t it be a little cold?>[ ] Write in.
>>37777924>and for the first time since you this little adventure beganFuck everything.I blame the Tories for this, it must be their fault somehow.
>>37777924>>[ ] Three thumbs up.though>[ ] Won’t it be a little cold?
>>37777873>she’s not like VictoriaSo she doesn't have Victoria's secret
>>37777924>[ ] Three thumbs up.encourage her to develop her own tastes
>>37777955This, maybe she should wear something under it to keep warm?
>>37777924>>[ ] Won’t it be a little cold?
>>37777924>[ ] Won’t it be a little cold?>[ ] Three thumbs up."It'll look great on your frostbitten corpse. Seriously though, it'll look great on you, but it'd also be too cold to wear, y'know?"
>>37777924>[ ] Won’t it be a little cold?But if you like it, go with it.
>>37777924>[X] Ehhhhhhhhhh…We can't expect her to be swanky if we can't be swanky. And we can't be swanky, we live in a tent so practical clothing.
>>37777924>[ ] Absolutely haram.
>>37777924>[ ] Three thumbs up.I may or may not have a corset fetish
>>37777924>>[ ] Three thumbs up.when did JJ grow an extra thumbBut really>[x] Absolutely haram.Not my style. Or the style of anyone from the last 20 years with a shred of style really.
>>37777924>[ ] Ehhhhhhhhhh…
>>37777924>[ ] Three thumbs up.>[ ] Won’t it be a little cold?
>>37778001Speak for yourself.
>>37777924>>[X] Three thumbs up.
>>37777924>[ ] Three thumbs up.I mean, we did tell her to pick out what she wanted
>>37777924>[x] Won’t it be a little cold?>[x] Three thumbs up.
>>37777924>[ ] Won’t it be a little cold?Also, corsets are a bad choice for moving around
>>37777873>She doesn’t turn around and press the items under consideration up against her and strike that little pose you’d slowly grown accustomed to. She barely ever even seems to measure anything up against her. She picks things up, turns them around, and puts them back. You can’t even imagine what she’s looking for when her eyes pass up and down an item of clothing.mfw she shops like a guy
>>37777837I hate them both.Marshawn Lynch is ah pretty cool guy though.
A suggestion for a new song in the playlist>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2IfM6HM2rRsJoyce's theme song.
>>37777924>>[ ] Three thumbs up.>>[ ] Hngg.
>>37777924>Write in.Raise eyebrow, "Why don't you try it on?"
>>37778072sure why not?added
>>37777924>[ ] Three thumbs up.>[ ] Won’t it be a little cold?Should we get you a jacket as well?
get her a sweatera nice tight sweater
I hate corsets. But if she likes the thing...
>>37777924> ask if she'd like help trying it on.
>>37777924>[ ] Three thumbs up.>[ ] Won’t it be a little cold?Good thing we have money.
>>37778134Good idea. Though any we find in here would undoubtedly be black and have skulls on....Does the punisher shop here?
>>37778159How does it feel to be a fucking faggot?
>>37778098where is this playlist?
>>37778248I'm pretty sure that we're going to be tapped out after the corset.
>>37778217https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLybatITnX4UI48qc-L2Hu0GzeEIbkrF_2haven't touched it in like months til today.tell me if any of the vids got taken down
>>37778276>a corset some boots and some shitty skank clothes cost 1000$Where the fuck are we shopping, Chanel?
>>37778303Hot topic more likely.
>>37778287Ah coolWhat do you think about: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQZfGa5t4e8?I figured Crusty might like it since it fits in with that crazy dream stuff he likes to do.
>>37778303NYC. There's a mark up.
>>37777892Northern mass here, looking forward to monday?
>>37778206i imagine they're a little butthurt from time to time
>>37778345Bruh I'm in NY and we're supposed to get like 14 inches of snow. Sure as hell not looking forward to shoveling thst bullshit.
>>37778345>>37778392I'm in Atlanta. We may get one inch of snow. I fear for my life.
>>37778392Will you be shoveling it in a corset?
>>37778333Odd, not once did I think music for the weird dreams..addedmaybe I should start perusing Silent OSTs for some more ideas...
>[X] Three thumbs up.>[X] Won’t it be a little cold?Well, you don’t dislike it. It’s not really your style, exactly, but you can see the appeal. You see the curvy, slender, tightly-laced appeal… “It won’t be a little cold…?” You venture, dipping your figurative toe in the figurative waters. “I can handle the cold.” She states, an insistent tone underlying her voice.“Okay, then.” You grin, giving it the thumbs up. “Sure, it’s nice. I’m sure it’ll look great in you.” She stares in silence, apparently frozen. For a moment, you wonder if you’ve said something wrong, and you’re just about to stutter something out when she looks down, grips the item to her chest, and promptly rushes toward the changing booths on the opposite end of the store, leaving you alone amidst the leathery undergrowth. Huh. When she returns, her hair mussed up slightly from all the changing clothes, she seems to float along beside you on your way to the cashier. You pay (oh lawd do you pay) and make your way out. As Laura zips up her jacket, you feel a strange, possessive sense of assurance. It’s cold as balls right now, so when she goes out she’ll be wrapped up in two or three layers. You and the gang will be the only ones that'll see her in that corset, at least for a while. It might be shallow or selfish or something, but you like that.As you make your way out into the street, Laura looks up at you, tugging lightly at your wrist. “Is…” She looks away slightly. “…What… what kind of things do you like?”>[ ] Nothing in particular.>[ ] Sweaters. Tight sweaters.>[ ] Well, since we’re being totally winter-inappropriate, summer dresses.>[ ] Write in.
>>37778439Shieet nigga I got you covered. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NdXCsXcs6nA
>>37778435Well I have to impress my husbando some how>>37778432May God have mercy on your soul
>>37778439>maybe I should start perusing Silent OSTs for some more ideas...Crusty did say on his Ask.fm that a Silent Hill 2 type of experience (facing your fears and inner demons) would happen.
>>37778460>it’ll look great in youJJ talking about himself?
>>37778460>[ ] Sweaters. Tight sweaters.my fetish is dressing appropriately for the seasons>[ ] Write inWhat do I like? I like you.smooch her cheek
>>37778460>[ ] Sweaters. snug fit sweaters.Their warm and good for cuddles. Whats not to like?
>>37778460>[ ] Write in."Whatever you're wearing at the time."
>>37778460>You?Oh.. clothes..>[ ] Sweaters. Tight sweaters.
>>37778516that's not a typo, it's a Freudian slip
>>37778460>[x] Sweaters. Tight sweaters.
>>37778460>[ ] Sweaters. Tight sweaters.
>>37778460>[ ] Sweaters. Tight sweaters.>[ ] Well, since we’re being totally winter-inappropriate, summer dresses.Oh god summer dresses are the best.
>>37778554Everything shuts down in the south because they can't handle the snow
>>37778460>[ ] Nothing in particular.
>>37778460>>[ ] Sweaters. Tight sweaters.>>[ ] Well, since we’re being totally winter-inappropriate, summer dresses.They are both pretty damn good
>>37778594Probably more the ice on the roads, scary if your not used to driving on it. Usually what shuts down Britain when we get it.
>>37778460>>[ ] Sweaters. Tight sweaters.
>>37778554Last year we shut down because of one inch of snow. All major road ways in the metro area where totally gridlock.Long story short Governor didn't salt the roads or do any prep. Top that with no one down here knows how to drive on ice because we never get it.Everyone went to school/work. Snows/ices over. Governor declares state of emergency has all the kids sent home on icy roads. Parents around the state say fuck rush to pick up kids or get home.Icy/snow covered roads with all unexperienced drivers.In short pic
>>37778460>[ ] Sweaters. Tight sweaters.>[ ] Well, since we’re being totally winter-inappropriate, summer dresses.Y not both?>>37778594Just like Vancouver. It's fucking snow and ice. Shift gear, drive really slow, be careful, don't turn quickly.
>>37778638>declares state of emergencyYou have to be joking.
>>37778638TWD went to shit but that picture will forever remain cool.
>>37778460>>[ ] Write in."You."Honestly, I like the Laura in leather jacket look.
>>37778638A governor worthy of the title McSpaghetti-Pockets.
>>37778697They filmed the first season outside of my office building. I got to watch the scene with Rick and the Abrams tank from my desk. I was in one of the building nearby.
>[X] Sweaters. Tight sweaters.Hmm. You scratch your chin, deep in thought. What do you like? Well, you like summer dresses, but it’s not summer or anything approaching summer. You doubt they’ll even be on sale anywhere. And they’re expensive, too. You like tight jeans (everyone likes tight jeans), but Laura has those pretty well covered. Skirts? Skirts are nice. Again, though, same problem as the dresses. Not really weather-appropriate, and as much as you’d like to see Laura in stockings, four years of horrific, street-sleeping winters have made you a relentlessly practical kinda guy. Now, there are a few things Victoria occasionally wore, but none of them are publicly acceptable. “…Sweaters, I guess?” Sweaters are nice. They’re warm, they’re soft, they don’t tend to be too expensive – unless you’re really going out of your way to get your ass ripped off. Plus, there’s no rule that says sweaters have to be baggy. You nod to yourself. “Yeah, sweaters are nice.” So, you buy sweaters. Sweater, actually – it’s not exactly hard to keep them clean. Stopping quickly in one of the more conventional stores lining the high street, you pick out a nice, snug turtleneck. For once, you don’t bother to check the price. It can’t possibly be too bad. When you’re back out on the street, Laura stops to put it on, pulling it down over her shoulders. It’s totally different from the kind of things you’ve seen her wear so far, but it looks good on her. Great, actually. You don’t do much to hide your approval, a big, happy grin lighting up your face, and Laura doesn’t miss it. She blushes all the way to the coffee shop at the corner. Buying a hot cocoa for her and a black hole of pure caffeine for yourself, you asses the damage.>Current Funds: $1,004Ye gods.You’ve still got to pick up supplies.>What do you guys want to get for general supplies?
>>37778333Side note.I'm really enjoying this.
>>37778974canned goods are cheap and last forever.buy like you're stocking up a bomb shelter.and meat for JJ the carnosaur
>>37778974>What do you guys want to get for general supplies?Lots of food, some flashlights, water bottles, more burners, scarves & blankets.Soap, too, and general toiletries.
>>37778974Typo, right?We'll need coffee, LOTS of coffee. Tea too, improves quality life a lot.
>>37778974Cheap canned food, and some meat. We can preserve that shit with the snow, so eat up while we can.Coffee (Apparently New Yorkers love that shizzle).Oh, and by far the most important part.CONDOMS.You know, just in case.
>>37778974Rice, pasta or potatoes are a solid carb source that are easy as hell to cook and really damn cheap. They also last in dry storage easily without needing to be chilled.
>>37779041>CONDOMS.Dear lord yes.We really don't wanna deal with a pregnancy or potential miscarriage due to Laura's super healing.
>>37778974>Boots, corset, sweater and beverages cost $104 in NYC.On the one hand, ere goes my suspension of disbelief. On the other, holy shit we got the deal of the century!
>>37778974>She blushes all the way to the coffee shop at the corner.Very cute.>What to getA large amount of food.CondomsBottled waterOther stuff I can't think ofAnd ask Laura if she has any ideas. She'd probably know of good survivalist kind of stuff to grab.
>>37779041Condoms, definitely. Might not happen for a while, but at this rate it's almost a certainty
>>37779057Super healing has no effect on pregnancy viability. The Fetus is separated from the mother by the placenta which stops white blood cells passing over and thus immune reactions. Which is also why diseases that can pass the placenta or an infection getting in another way is a huge deal.
>>37778333Those are some creepy damn cats singing.
>>37779089I haven't been to NY since I was very young, anon.I will get these prices wrong on occasion.
Sweaters for all of the Tunnel Snakes(Gaby too)
>>37778974Some anasthetics might be useful in the future. For a variety of reasons which may or may not include injuries as well as hostage situations.
>>37778983Creeps me right the fuck out.
>>37779041>>37779057>>37779114IIRC Crusty said JJ's baby goo isn't up to snuff for baby making.and I don't recall JJ or Laura having any STDs...sooo I don't see the point in condoms at this time
>>37779128Who says they aren't right in HMQverse?You've got aliens, super science shit and everything, so why can't there be cheap but good clothes?>>37778974>What do you guys want to get for general supplies?Tons of food & lots of medicine.
>>37778974Canned food, a can opener - we're not always going to be there to do it - dried meat, pasta, bottled water, blankets, condoms, soap, toiletries, basic first aid kit. Maybe a spare coat.
>>37779128$80,000 a year job in Iowa is akin to $30,000 in NYCgallon of milk is like $5 IIRC in NYC
>>37779179>JJ's baby goo isn't up to snuff for baby makingWait what? How many x-points to fix that?
>>37779179JJ doesn't know that. He's just being responsible is all.
>>37779179correction: he said it may cause complications. He is not yet totally infertile, if he ever will be depending if we get too many instability points (personally ide only get 1 at most).Baby's are still a possibility at this time.
>>37779179And JJ doesn't know any of that. So it means nothing.
>>37779179Neither JJ nor Laura know that though
>>37779221>(personally ide only get 1 at most).Let's just aim to not get any, okay?
>>37779134Agreed! Modest sweaters for all!Especially that fairy hussy. And Rogue. she is an honorary tunnel snake
>>37779121Pretty sure the woman's immune system attacks sperm on its way to the egg. So depending on how Crusty interprets super healing, she could just be immune to getting pregnant naturally.
>>37775282>>Hunger Level: 3Why is our hunger level always at 3? Why don't we eat enough to lower it to 1 or 0?You guys know that to build muscle you need to eat a lot? Especially with the level of exercise we do.We have enough money, no reason not to buy chicken breasts in bulk and eat them. Buying chicken breasts in bulk is one of the cheapest sources of protein.
>no happy family ending for JJ and Laura
>>37779221Let's see. Laura's snikt with JJ's lizard hands. Both of their healing factors and sensory abilities.Fucking terrifying if it works out like that.
>>37779128You live in London, right?Take the inner city London prices (2 quid for a bottle of coke), double it to get it in terms of dollarydoos, then double it again to get NYC costs.Shit is cray.
>>37779246Yes, but its also a natural (and scientifically proven) response for a woman to become tolerant of their partners sperm. Healing just makes it really good at what it does, but the natural control mechanisms still work, so if they kept at it for long enough, there is a solid chance she would become tolerant and it be viable.
>>37779262It can still happen, CJ said that once JJs genes settle down and stop mutating its possible.
>>37779261In case you missed the last few threads we have a slight problem with our appetite, as in it doesnt stop no matter how much JJ shoves into himselve.
>>37779262You don't need children to be happy.
>>37779207Think you got that backwards anon. $30,000 in Iowa has the same spending power as $80,000 in NYC.
>>37779285I archive binged the last 40 threads or so. I might have become less attentive and missed that. Thanks, I was wondering whats up.
>>37779246Would JJ's goo be super powered super healing super mutant sperm?Also comic book science, I've been told the reason why wolverine looks like a Neanderthal instead of a healthy human being is because that's how he pictures himself, and that's the version his mutant powers reconstruct. So if Laura sees herself as being pregnant(or has the subconcious desire to be pregnant) she's gonna get preggers yo
>>37779285Which is why we need photosynthesis probably.
>>37778974Tons of food (more for JJ especially, we don't want to ransack others' food anymore, we need stuff w/ high energy/high-quality energy too)French press & some cocoa powder for LauraCondomsStuff for each Tunnel Snake (comics for our newly discovered nerd, get him the good shit)Sweaters are apparently our uniform, so one for everyone and Rogue.Maybe lets try higher quality fruits, veggies, and staples? Maybe that'll help hunger?Batteries.
>>37779350What the fuck does Photosynthesis have to do with his sperm?
>>37779335yes, but because they are just singular cells that don't naturally divide on their own, the effect is rather muted. They are probably more resistant to the normal spermicide's used on condoms though.
>>37779376supercharge it so it shoots out like that one scene in Scary movie 1
>>37779376Nothing? I was talking about the unfathomable hunger.Unless we want to go to the woods and just straight up start eating deer.
>>37779400>supercharge it so it shoots out like that one scene in Scary movie 1If we kept DB and got the Radiation Pulse, would JJ be able to shoot lasers out of his crotch?
>>37779367>fruits, veggiesShits actually pretty cheap compared to anything except maybe red beans and rice and it is cold enough to be kept with out it wilting right now. Also possibly get big ass bag of beans, a big ass bag of rice, and a pressure cooker. Bout as cheap as food gets.
>used to argue about powers and gloves>now we argue about spermwe've come so far
>>37779581I'd take a nibble.
You spend the next hour assembling everything you might possibly need for the near future. First on the agenda: food. Lots of food. You’re a hungry hungry hippo these days, and, shameful as it is to admit, you’re not always entirely in control of when, what, and how you take your meals. Previously, you’d splurged out a little and bought some nice red meats, spiced up your culinary life with some variety, but, recent events taken into account, you’re shopping for quantity today. Which means chicken. Tons of chicken. Cheap, easily cooked protein. It’ll get boring, but you’d rather be bored than starving. You pick up some snacks, too, and some vegetables to go with your poultry feast. You make sure to stock up on water (man it is really great to be able to lift like a ton or more), pick up some burners and batteries, and find some relatively cheap flashlights. You cap your shopping spree off with various caffeinated products, as well as some milk and cocoa powder.The one thing you kinda dread picking up is, uh, condoms. You put it off till the end, mostly because you’re not sure how Laura will react. Will she remain silent? Ask for an explanation? What would you even say to that? In the end, when you finally work up the gumption to pick out a pack, she simply gives the box a brief, mystified stare before looking elsewhere.You guess the Facility wasn’t all that concerned about sex-ed.Not that you needed reminding. Cringing at the state of your wallet, you tell yourself that you’ve still got the second half of that last job’s payment, and everything seems a little better.>Current Funds: $850>Present Time: 14:45>[ ] Hang out at home a bit.>[ ] Go straight to the Tabbycat after dropping the shopping.>[ ] Go straight to the Kamar meet after dropping the shopping.>[ ] Write in.
>>37779800>[ ] Go straight to the Kamar meet after dropping the shopping.wallet hungry need feed.give Laura Kamar's address in case we go missing
>>37779800>[ ] Go straight to the Kamar meet after dropping the shopping.
>>37779800>>[ ] Hang out at home a bit.
>>37779800>>[ ] Go straight to the Kamar meet after dropping the shopping.Work, then extracurriculars.
>[x] Hang out at home a bit.
>>37779800>>[ ] Go straight to the Kamar meet after dropping the shopping.
>>37779829>give Laura Kamar's address in case we go missingSeconded.Peter too.
Chillax muggas, the meet isn't up for at least two hours.
>>37780021I want to touch it.
>>37780021well i guess we'll just grab some hot chocolate and head back.
>>37780021It might take us a while to get there.Plus I'd rather be early than late.
>>37779800>[ ] Go straight to the Kamar meet after dropping the shopping.Did we get any info on whether we are allowed to take Remy?Anyway, tell the gang where we are going just in case.
>>37779800>[ ] Ask Laura about the Kamar meet before we go there, get her suggestions and try to have the Phantom
So who do y'all think Laura will ask what condoms are and do they do?
>>37780307They're balloons! blow one up and draw a face on it
>>37780307Layla or JJ.
>>37780330>look JJ!>balloon animals!
>>37780307JJ. Nothing else would cause enough pasta.
>>37780307Layla wont, she's been shipping LauraxJJ since she met us. She'll just smile.
>>37780362And of course I can't into reading comprehension. She'll ask JJ or someone she feels is rational. Layla will chime in.
>>37780307>Why are these balloons named after a popular firearm cartridge?
>>37779800Surprised JJ isn't all about the pig if he is being budget conscious. There is a reason it is a staple of cheap cuisine world-wide.>>37779829This works.
>>37780496>Why do they feel slightly slimy?
>setting up countermeasures in the event of his own kidnappingJJ's been through some shit. He's learning from it though.
>>37780607Because the US is weird.
>>37779800>>[x] Write in.How about we don't go to Kamar? We have been reminded a few times this guy is acting sketchy as hell.
>>37780607pig cost more in 'murica than chicken.don't ask why. we dont' know.Fun fact: in the United States, it's cheaper in most supermarkets to buy an entire roasted chicken (seasoned and all) than a raw chicken.
>>37780790because we can have the meet on neutral terms and not even turn visible for it. Not to mention $$$ is being offered.
>>37780790>sketchyJust the usual, then?
>(1/2or3)>[X] KamarYou trail your way back to the station, laden down under a mountain of supplies. When you arrive back, you find the platform utterly silent and utterly still, nobody around to appreciate the sacrifice your wallet has made for them. Still with the Young X-Men, you guess. They’re probably enjoying talking to some people that aren’t each other for once – you know Kevin keeps in touch with a few folks among the X-Kids, but the rest of you must come off as pretty isolationist to the majority of the Scar.Not without reason, of course. You’re here because there’s a horrible crime man out there who wants at least three of you hung, drawn and quartered.You set the supplies down at the mouth of the station and, with a heavy sigh, glance down at your watch. >15:30 PMYou don’t like it, but you should probably be making your way out. Bummer – you were looking forward to just kicking back and relaxing for an hour or so.
Brady just threw a pick lel
>(2/2)“Looks like I’ve gotta go.” You say, a bitter tone entering your voice. “Got that meeting to make.” Already sitting down beside the stove, Laura simply nods in acknowledgement. You notice that she looks a little disappointed, though. “Khepri Avenue is where it’s at, by the way.” You smile weakly. “Just so you know.” Not that that’ll be of much help if time happens to be short. You’re a little hazy on exactly where you’re going yourself, and you know the city a great deal better than Laura does. As you head up the stairs, Laura follows you partway, grabbing you by the wrist. You turn around, staring down at her. She’s close, her chest pressed up against your stomach, her breath mingling with yours. She swallows heavily, and lifts herself up on her tiptoes, a nervous, expectant look in her eyes. She’s not nearly tall enough to reach you, but the message is clear.You lift her up by her midsection, eliciting a small gasp of surprise, and press your lips to hers. You stay there, sharing in each other’s warmth, for what feels like hours and moments all at once. Too long and nowhere near long enough. You don’t feel the cold until you’re some ways out of the Scar.
Hey, maybe we should split our earnings among our gang? Not that they deserve it or anything but it beats the risk of losing it all at once due to some event or another.We probably shouldn't trust Layla with money though
>>37780763>>37780809I must live in an odd part of it then because pork roasts are damn cheap and the only whole chickens that are costlier than the rotisserie ones cooked in store are organic free range birds.
>(3/3)You were right to leave early. Khepri Avenue is way out toward the river, where Queens verges upon Brooklyn. You turn yourself around a few times before finally arriving at your destination, the sun dipping down under the horizon as you make your way up the length of the street, glancing to and fro for any sign of your (The Blonde Phantom’s, technically) mystery employer.It’s not a good neighborhood. It may have been, at some point – most of the houses are the kind you associate with the early, gold-paved infancy of New York, all hard stone and looming edges. Today, they’re crumbling derelicts, the rows of crudely boarded doors and windows giving you the unsettling impression of patients strapped down and etherized for their own protection, their mouths gagged and eyes screwed shut, mad, insistent dreams echoing through their skulls. Few people pace the sidewalk at this hour, and none of them live here. That said, you could make a place like this home, if you had to. Just for a little while.You check your watch.>17:27You glance both ways.Nothing. Nobody. You wait, counting the seconds under your breath. It’s almost uncanny, the immediacy with which it appears. Not a moment too late and not a moment too soon, it emerges out of the night, seeming to slide out from under some great, black curtain. A long, stark white limo – the chassis, the windows, the wheels, all of it bright white – comes drifting down the street, its engine dulled to a low, almost inaudible purr. The way it unfurls itself out of the night is almost unreal. It seems like something stepped straight from a dream, fundamentally unsuited to the world around it. A shadow cast in white.A ghost.It glides to a stop in front of you. You hear the door unlock.>[ ] Nope.jpg>[ ] Get in.>[ ] Go up to the driver, tell him this is bananas.>[ ] Write in.
>>37781015>She swallows heavily, and lifts herself up on her tiptoes, a nervous, expectant look in her eyes.
>>37781046>[ ] Get in.
>>37781046>>[ ] Get in.>>[ ] Go up to the driver, tell him this is bananas."Could you be less ominous!?"
>>37781046>[ ] Get in.Get in the limo, JJ.
>>37781046>>[ ] Get in.
>>37781032Might be a good idea. We should probably keep most of it though, considering how we shop the most.
>>37781015Well that was cute.
>>37781015I've waited over a hundred threads to see Laura acting more dere, and by God it was worth it.
>>37781046>>[X] Get in.This will end well.
I have a feeling this is going to be a lot of cash.
>>37781015Damn that's cute.
>>37781046>[ ] Get in.Unless the limo has a reinforced carbondanium frame, we can get out whenever we want.
>>37781046>>[x] Write in."I'd prefer it if you just gave me the money here."
>>37781151>I have a feeling this is going to be a lot of cash."Mr Green, how would you like 200k a year, an apartment and a company car? All you would have to do is help us find this one girl, goes by the codename X-23."
SMELL FOR PRINT RESIDUEif negative, >[x] get inIf positive, >[X]NOPE.JPEG.TIFF.BMP
>>37781042Do you live in Iowa, Nebraska, or Oklahoma?
>>37781239Just make sure we ask for some money in advance.
>>37781046>>[ ] Get in.What could possibly go wrong...?
>>37781179Ghost limo anon. Ghost limo.
>>37781179Or if the guy drugs us, shoots us, has a mutie, is a mutie,etc....
103 is a good number, hell most quests don't even get to the three digits.
>>37781288Number 7 always freaks me out. I can't figure out how it is alive.
>>37781042I live in central california. Chicken is cheap in the big cities.
>>37781370Are you implying there's a way to kill, let alone stop, Radical Larry?Keep dreaming, man.
>>37781352>Here lies JJ>He scored
>>37781384Where I live it's 4 dollars for a kilo of chicken breasts.
>>37781435switch those round:stop, let alone kill.
>>37781241Oh god this
>>37781370Who wouldn't be freaked out at something that can vibrate through walls, and burrow underground? No matter where you go, he'll find you.
>>37781241This, but get in either way.
I'm thinking Kamar is either works for SHIELD or Mr. Negative
>>37781524I keep thinking it's that guy who works for Namor.
>>37781524Moon Knight has a white limo
>>37781524But shield dose not exist anymore! Didn't you watch Captain America?
>>37781543Also, he would have the cash
>>37781543And he would be the type to watch over mob shit.
>>37781570And a reason to spy on the mob.
>[X] Get in.Carefully, paying close attention for that telltale spike of lightning in your spine, you inch the door open.Well. At least it’s not white on the inside, too.It is, however, like no limo you’ve ever been in (and, yes, you have been in a limo before). It’s got all the standard plushness, sure, but it’s… got other things, too. Everything’s shades of black or grey, save for the pulsing, white computer displays worked into the sides of the interior. As far as you can tell, they’re showing a black-and-white, sonar-like image of several spots in New York, generally from the top down. As you watch, one of them shifts, veering out across the ghostly vista of the city, tracking in onto a single street. It stops above the image of a limo with some guy leaning into it, resolving into a fully coloured camera view.You think you know who that guy is. Two other oddities: the driver’s compartment is sequestered away behind a blacked out screen (not all that odd, other limos do that sometimes), and… there are no seats.Instead, there are two thrones. Black, severe, and equipped with extremely comfortably-looking armrests, one sits at either end of the passenger compartment.You sniff the air. Smells sterile, clean. No trace of anything that’d lead you any particular way.“Well, this couldn’t possibly be a bad idea.”You venture in and, briefly looking around for some alternative that won’t make you feel so awkward, sit down on one of the Star Wars-y looking thrones. The door clicks shut. By itself. You feel your heart creep up your throat. The engine starts, and, with the ease of a waking dream, the vehicle begins to move. >[ ] Look around. Nobody here, might as well prod some stuff.>[ ] Panic, get out.>[ ] Start talking, someone’s gotta be listening. Or watching.>[ ] Wait politely.>[ ] Write in.
>>37781635>[ ] Look around. Nobody here, might as well prod some stuff.echolocation timesmell for people, blood, drugs, semen, gunpowder, artichokes etc
>>37781635>>[ ] Look around. Nobody here, might as well prod some stuff.
>>37781635>[ ] Look around. >[ ] Wait politely.
>>37781635>[ ] Write in."Ehh... Right, say something or I might panic and break something."
>>37781635>[ ] Start talking, someone’s gotta be listening. Or watching.
>>37781635>>[ ] Wait politely.>>[ ] Write in.>smell listen and use uv and infra red vision wile wating
>>37781543Oh fuck no.
>>37781635>>[ ] Look around. >>[ ] Wait politely.
>>37781635>[ ] Wait politely.
>>37781635>[ ] Wait politely.>[ ] Look around, but don't touch anything.
>>37781635>[x] Panic, get out
>>37781635>[ ] Look around. Nobody here, might as well prod some stuff.
>>37781635>>[X] Wait politely.JJ is a very polite lizard. Yessir we sho is.
Well, I'd guess we can go through armored glass with claws if shit hits the ass.
>>37781435I always thought Daniel 'Rad Dan' Radcliffe might be able to.
>>37781635>Wait with dwindling patience. Start biting fingernails.
>>37781635>>[ ] Look around. Nobody here, might as well NOT TOUCH ANYTHING>>[ ] Start talking, someone’s gotta be listening. Or watching.
>>37781758They can cut steel and he has enough strength to lift a very heavy tree. Armor glass is not going to do shit to stop him if he wants out.
>>37781635>[ ] Look around.while trying to look like>[ ] Wait politely.
So, to whom do we think this limo belongs?I say either Namor or Black Bolt.
>>37781790This. A kick of JJ's would get him out just fine.
>>37781813Why would they give a shit about Jack or NYC gangs?
I wonder, with all this tech why didn't they just bug the gala?
>>37781813Probably Mr. Negative
>>37781840This or maybe Fisk.
>>37781860I doubt Fisk needed to hire people to go in, he has spies in every organization.
>>37781813>Why would they give a shit about Jack or NYC gangs?Namor - He's a mutant, so Jack would piss him off. I assume he has had scientists of his own looking things over.Black Bolt - To show off how better Inhumans are than regular humans?My reading comprehension fucked up and I thought "two thrones" was referring to like a holographic image of an actual throne or some shit.>>37781872If it was Creeper, why wouldn't he just kill us as we arrived?
>>37781635"So why are we here Mr. Kamar?"
>>37781872Creeper has been horrifyingly over his head for a while. A super-tech limo w/ spy shit seems several levels above his pay grade.
>>37781892Meant to quote >>37781835
>>37781813>I say either Namor or Black Bolt.>NamorWe said we were DOOM too many times. I hope our painting is as good as our piano.
>>37781892>If it was Creeper, why wouldn't he just kill us as we arrived?Maybe he has an elaborate torture plan set up for us so he can take his time?>>37781905But how can we be sure? How can we be sure?!
>>37781892nah, he would treat JJ to dinner while verbally abusing him, show his face only to JJ and shoot him dead with tears in his eyes.
>>37781905To be fair, creeper is a made man. The only reason we don't have Fisks goons after us is because they probably can't find us. Plus we are still small time to him. We knock creepers operation over, Fisk is going to try have our ass nailed to his trophy wall.
>>37781983Well, he probably has a hunch we're sitting in middle of all those pissed muties with unknown powersets, with a powerset that's also largely unknown and unexpextable.I don't think anyone would be willing to send anyone catch a guy who's known to be slippery with that many variables in play
>>37782087>who's known to be slipperyCan we stop talking about sexing Laura now?
>>37782124wait what?He said as in hard to catch, were did your mind go?
>>37782087Creeper had a guy waiting for JJ near the scar actually, but after JJ burnt that guy's face off I think the pricetag on his head must have increased, a lot. Damn muties.
>>37782169>but after JJ burnt that guy's face offNo, just his jacket.
>>37782191Really? I was under the impression that guy was kill too.
>>37782191Indeed, Still nasty burns though, which serves the jackass right.>>37782169I think that was more a "ok folks, keep an eye out for this asshole, i want to know were he is">>37782218Nope. JJ aint killed yet while weve been playing him. Put plenty of people in hospital though.
>>37782244>JJ aint killed yet while weve been playing him.Technically he has, if you count the flashback to the docks with Creeper.
>>37782263yeah true, but you get what i mean, not counting memory flashbacks in this case.
>>37782218>Rumour that JJ spits fire grows in creeper's ranks. >He doesn't anymore, but the rumor wont go
>(1/2)>[X] Wait politely.You wait. It’s all you can do, really.Well, you could bust the doors off their hinges and run screaming into the night, and that low, crouched, animal part of your brain really really wants to, but then where would you end up? Running around New York at night, screaming like a loon, $700 less wealthy than you should be. Not a good look at all. So you wait. You watch the computers ping and whirl around, their strange etchings changing without any rhyme or reason you can comprehend. You drum your fingers against the armrests, slowly working your nerves out against the leather. Gradually, you start to feel a little less terrified, and a little more at ease. You feel your thoughts drifting. You – You can’t feel your legs. A cold, briny sort of fear washes through you. Your legs aren’t moving. You try to shift them with your hands, but you find your arms clumsy and awkward, bumbling about with minimal motor efficiency before finally dropping down across your chest. You panic, trying to wriggle off your seat, but it feels as though you’re struggling against invisible bonds. You feel heavy, like your skin is slowly sagging away, its weight pulling you down.You see your reflection in the dark mirror of the window. You’re crowned in bright, blue fire. It flickers and wanes, strobing toward purple and indigo and back again, and everything grows dim. The world shudders on and off – you can’t tell how long you lose consciousness each time, the ride is so smooth, but reality comes and goes in waves.
>>37782163It was a joke.
>(2/2)“Relax.” It comes to you as if from far away – a deep, commanding voice, all sharp edges and sheer drops. “It’s a mixture of several different odorless anesthetics. There should be some hallucinogenic effects, too, but those are unintended.” Someone’s in here with you.Slumped awkwardly across your seat, you drag your head up, and fix your eyes upon him.He doesn’t look real. He’s a stark white scar in the shape of a man. There’s no skin – just an impeccably white suit, with impeccably white shoes, and impeccably white gloves, and an impeccably white waistcoat. And an impeccably white face. Or a mask? You can’t tell. Your vision is like drool. “Do you know what Kamar means, Jonathan?” He knows your name. You shake your head slowly. “It’s Arabic. It means ‘the moon’.”Your stomach lurches. You think… you think you know who this guy is.>[ ] Dude don't kill me dude.>[ ] Why are you here?>[ ] Why are you drugged?>[ ] Try to break away somehow [insert].>[ ] Write in.
>>37782263Also when he got shot by the hysterical mom.Technically from comics perspective the exploding after getting caught by facility counts too.
>>37782368>[ ] Dude don't kill me dude.
>>37782368>Why are you here?
>>37782368>>[ ] Why are you drugged?>>[ ] Why are you here?
>>37782368>>[ ] Write in."I need to brush up on my Arabic."
>>37782368>[ ] Why are you here?Our body may be numb, but i bet our eyes still work real damn well if it came to it.
>>37782368>[ ] Why are you drugged?
>>37782317>>37782368>>[ ] Why are you here?>>[ ] Why are you drugged?This isn't going to be good.
>>37782368>[ ] Dude don't kill me dude.oh shit oh shit oh shit oh shit oh shit. Moon Knight is one of the more terrifying people we could have run across.
>>37782368>[ ] Why are you here?>[ ] Why are you drugged?
>>37782368>>[ ] Why are you here?I think whatever he will kill us or not depends entirely on how useful we can be.
>>37782368>>[ ] Try to break away somehow [PANIC MODE!] Awaken the beast within! Survival instinct here we go!
>>37782368>>[x] Why are you here?>>[x] Why are you drugged?
>>37782368>[ ] Write in.Praise Allah?
>>37782368[x] Why are you drugged?The most prevalent question.
>>37782368>why are you drugged
>>37782368>"Fair warning, I may throw up in this limo."
>>37782368>[x] Why are you here?Play it cool JJ
>>37782489HA! I vote this
>>37782368>[ ] Why are you here?>[ ] Why are you drugged?Be nonchalant.
>>37782368Can someone help a marvel ignorant out here? Also, "What's shakin'?" Don't ever let 'em see you sweat.
>>37782578>Can someone help a marvel ignorant out here?Moon Knight.Basically he's crazy, kinda magic Batman.
>>37782368Is Blasting him a viable option?
So is he like a genderbent Sailor Moon or...?
>>37782368>[Write in]: I DONT WANT NO TRABBLE
>>37782368>>[ ] Write in."Can we not beat around the bush? I need to get paid so I can get laid, please don't kill me dude, I need to beat around some girl's bush and give her statutory gape"
>>37782623>>37782623Didn't that have the bishi tuxedo mask guy?
>>37782609crazy (and violent) being the important part here
>>37782623He's a vigilante who is the chosen of a moon god with a justice schtick.It doesn't give him any powers, but he's a crazy mofo and a non practicing Jew.
>>37782578where in the limo of Moon knight or mark Specter a hero who on the surface is best described as " what if they wrote batman like the insane man he likely is " and then tossed in an Egyptian god of the moon that sometimes gives him super powers and likes to cuck him every 10 or so issues.
>>37782368voting for this:>>37782489
>>37782609Crazy as in once carved a man's face of with a batarang (moonarang?) and has an ancient Egyptian god goading him to be as ruthless and edgy as possible in the pursuit of vengeance I think it was. He's had a few different reboots this last decade.
>>37782368>>[ ] Why are you here?>>[ ] Why are you drugged?Don't panic, stay calm, regulate breathing, etc.
>>37782702not once. He's done that dozens if not hundreds of times. Konshu is a vengful god.
The question is, would we rather want him as our enemy, or our ally?
>>37782681It actually does, until he lost his powers. He sort of was faster and stronger in light of the moon or something. Not as fast or strong as JJ tho, but still.
>>37782702in the present one( the one crusty is referring to) moon knight has not been so much the killer. Relay read the newest run it is easy on of the best runs marvel has going right now.
>>37782730preferably I'd want him as far away as possible
>>37782702I've read a total of three issues of Moonknight - non-sequential, at least two different writers - mutilation was pretty heavily emphasized in two of them and all three had him hallucinating and/or tripping balls. This is going to be a fucked up arc.
>>37782368>[X]Write in.First time being hotboxed in a limo. Can I help you with something?
>>37782760Well at least he has the money to pay us our hobo dollars (which let's be honest fighting the Sinster Six for should probably have an extra zero or two slapped on to the end) so it's not all bad news.
So, me and another anon called it.Mine>http://ask.fm/CrusyJones/answer/125519072939Theirs>http://ask.fm/CrusyJones/answer/125610882219
>>37782368>>[ ] Why are you here?>>[ ] Why are you drugged?>>[ ] Am I getting a bonus?
>>37782368>Kamar is arabic for moon>John is english for men's restroom
........i really hope our dream visitor isn't konshu. That is one dude we don't need in our life.
>>37782826Yeah, but is he going to pay us, or stalk us and try attacking Laura since she's technically a most wanted super criminal? Or is he just going to go nuts and start murdering the fuck out of the Scar? Or is he going to go after the Facility or Creeps? We have no way of knowing or predicting.
>>37782889This. If this fag is going to try and show off his linguistic skills, so can we.
>>37782889>>John is english for men's restroomPlease this for write in. Being a smartass might not pay off but hopefully he has a sense of humour.
>>37782909yeah I'd rather not have the ancient Egyptian god of cuking your avatar in our heads.
>>37782368Bro...brobrobrobrobro...look, bro...we need to be bros, here. im your bro, your my bro, and we can just be bros. sound good, bro?....bro?...broooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
>>37782914I would actually think he'd be more interested in Barracuda, since that's more along the lines of his preferred work. He may want info on our favorite stalker and hired Hardcore Motherfucking Gangsta.
If we ever get a chance to get it, an extrapolative that makes us immune to poisons seems like it would be a good investment, considering how often this shit seems to pop up.
>>37782909Doubt it Khonshu would constantly bug us to go full punisher.
>>37782889Oh god, we NEED to deliver that with a straight face (well, as straight as possible).
>>37782973"See how proudly he wears his lords mark?"
MoonKnight might be crazy enough to believe us about Jack being people
>>37782368Seconding>>37782889>>37782489>[ ] "And John is english for toilet. Which I need to throw up in."
>>37782889Seconded.>>37782969>that makes us immune to poisonsVenom Touch was a Tier 1 power.
>(1/2)>[X] Double WhyYour heart hammers against your chest. Funny, how that part of you seems so alive and well, while the rest of your body feels like it’s given up on life. You open your mouth, your words slurring, and you feel yourself lapse out of consciousness for a moment. You must’ve gotten the words out, though, because when your vision crawls back your host is nodding his head. He waited for you to return to consciousness. He’s barely moved. Does that mean you were only out for a second, or he’s been sitting there, watching you, for hours? There’s no time in here, like you’re moving beneath the skin of the universe.“Fair enough. You’re here because I’ve been watching you.” You don’t like that. You don’t like being watched. It’s the opposite of what you like. “Jonathan James Green. Parents: Joshua Green and Joanne Green. Deceased. Siblings: Joyce Rachel Green. Missing. X-gene positive.” That’s not ominous.
>>37783002OH GOD I CAN IMAGINE IT
>>37782973Maybe that's what happened to Joyce.She certainly has the white thing going.
>(2/2)“You’ve been involved in a number of interesting cases over the past several weeks. And before that?” He shifts, resting his chin on the back of his hand. “You were in the employ of a very bad man. You spread sickness in my city. You preyed on travelers at night. As for the drugs, they’re for my protection. You have a range of superhuman abilities that I don’t have the time to deal with, so I’ve cordoned off most of your higher brain functions. I’d like you to tell me who you saw at the gala, now.” You cannot tell him quickly enough. You practically spit out the names. “Usual suspects.” He grunts. “Except for the Russian. She’s new, but her name is well documented abroad. Thank you, Jonathan.” Letting his hands sit upon the arms of his chair, he leans forward, his face a blotch of searing white. You don’t know why, but you find yourself thinking of God. Not the new God your mother prayed too – the Old God, the God of plagues and famines. The God that cursed Cain to eternal exile and burned Sodom to nothing. The God that felled newborns and sent Jonah to the belly of a whale for being a little bitch.“What do you think I should do now, Jonathan?” >[ ] Okay, now it’s time to break free.>[ ] He should let you go. >[ ] He should prepare to clean up lots of vomit.>[ ] He should pay you, you wanna get paid.>[ ] He should go fuck himself.>[ ] Write in.
>>37783050>>[ ] He should pay you, you wanna get paid.>>[ ] He should go fuck himself.Let's be honest.
>>37783050>>[ ] He should prepare to clean up lots of vomit.>>[ ] He should pay you, you wanna get paid.>I want off Mr. Moons wild ride
>>37783050>>[ ] He should pay you, you wanna get paid.Got mouths to feed.
>>37783050>[ ] He should pay you, you wanna get paid.>[ ] He should prepare to clean up lots of vomit.>[ ] He should go fuck himself.In that order.
>>37783050I'm going to repeat me suggestion >>37782958>[x] He should be your bro, bro
>>37783029Brotherhood of White People?Hmm...
>>37783050>>[ ] He should pay you, you wanna get paid.>>[ ] He should go fuck himself.
>>37783050>[ ] He should prepare to clean up lots of vomit.
>>37783050>>[x] He should prepare to clean up lots of vomit.
>>37783050>[ ] He should pay you, you wanna get paid.>>37783094>I want off Mr. Moons wild ride
>>37783050>[x] He should go fuck himself.BEHOLDOPTIC BLAST
>>37783050>[ ] Write in.He should... Joyce...missing...not dead?
>>37783050>[ ] He should prepare to clean up lots of vomit.>[ ] He should pay you, you wanna get paid.TELL HIM ABOUT JACK. BE SUPER HELPFUL. I DO NOT WANT THIS MAN TO MAKE US EAT OUR OWN ARMS!
>>37783050>He should prepare to clean up lots of vomit.>He should pay you, you wanna get paid.
>>37783050Well i should get paidThen you should let me go so I can keep trying to make things right.*then throw up in the limo*Then you should probably clean that up.
>>37783050>[ ] He should pay you, you wanna get paid.>[ ] He should go fuck himself.So this guy being a fucking crazy is the norm?
>>[ ] He should pay you, you wanna get paid.
>>37783050>probably clean up vomit"also jack is muties, trying to handle that"
>>37783050>[ ] He should pay you, you wanna get paid.
>>37783050>>[ ] He should prepare to clean up lots of vomit.>>[ ] He should pay you, you wanna get paid.
>>37783050>>[x] He should prepare to clean up lots of vomit.>>[x] He should pay you, you wanna get paid.
>>37783050>[ ] He should pay you, you wanna get paid.>[ ] He should prepare to clean up lots of vomit.
>>37783050>>[ ] He should pay you, you wanna get paid.>>[ ] He should prepare to clean up lots of vomit.>>[ ] He should go fuck himself.
>>37783147Also, tell him about the Jack production and how its being done.>>37783142echoing this guys sentiments.Say "I need all the allies I can get if I'm gonna stop it".
>>37783140I don't know if JJ's in the right frame of mind to ask about something like that now, but I know I'd certainly like to.
>>37783050>[Write in]: You know nothing John Snow
>>37783050>>[ ] He should let you go. >>[ ] He should prepare to clean up lots of vomit.>>[ ] He should pay you, you wanna get paid.>>[ ] He should go fuck himself.In whatever order you think would be the best.
>>37783142>>37783140Seconding both of these
>>37781813>Moon knightJust read that new comic of hisTotally bodacious, and he also has a limo exactly like this.definitely him
>>37783140Sure, I can see it clicking in the middle of his rant.
>>37783050>[X] He should pay you, you wanna get paid.He should also not pull this shit again on what should have been a perfectly civil business arrangement.
>>37783050I would have told you all of that without the drugs you crazy fuck
>>37783050>[X] He should pay you, you wanna get paid.>[X] He should let you go. Can't a mugga catch a break? God damn.>>37783140This too, ask about Joyce.
>>37783247>JJ all pissed off and terrified>Can't decide if he wants to chew this guy out and demand cash, puke, or run away>Starts doing all three>Suddenly stops halfway through>The starts of tears of joy start>"She might be alive?">MoonManDidNotExpectThis.lizard
>>37783270Yeah, he didn't gain anything from drugging us besides JJ's anger. Fucking hell, we came here to tell him what happened.
>>37783050>Shut down the Jack trade. Permanently. Take out the Creeper before he starts something that none of us can stop. Destroy the Facility and stop the slave trade and weaponization of mutants...I don't know, do good stuff maybe?
>>37783307Pretty much what I want.
>>37783050>[ ] Write in.Tell him about Jack being people.
>>37783315...or let me go so I can do it and pls no more drugs I just wanted grocery money.
>>37783289YES!Seconded so fucking hard!
Shit, we harmed travelers by night. and so far we've gotten off with a light drugging. We are very lucky because he is being seriously being super lenient with us. Most people who earn his ire end up with multiple broken bones.
>>37783427Who says he's done with us?
>>37783050Maybe next time you don't want to get attacked act reasonable and friendly instead of going straight for the crazy drugs
>>37783427well, we did also save around 100 people from a mass trafficking op, saved a literal orphanage (despite it being burned down) and helped the people on the mission he paid for us to go on.We may have been bad, but we might just have enough brownie points not to end in a world of suffering.
>>37783427That doesn't make him anything but a crazy asshole. Who cares if what he's done so far isn't relatively (to his usual actions) bad?
>>37783289For some raisin I giggled loudly at that one.
>>37783050>The only way to shovel a mountain of dung is to start from the top.
>>37783050Tell him about Jack, propose taking down Creeper/stopping Jack/tell him what we've done so far. TELL HIM JACKLENT GREEN IS PEOPLE.Also tell him he's overreacting and we would've been super compliant.Ask how certain he is that Joyce is not dead, just missing.Also tell him his bitch ain't nuttin but a thot. Then vomit. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DBnIYhAmG40
>[X] He should prepare to clean up lots of vomit.>[X] He should pay you, you wanna get paid.“Pay me?” You chance, the words thick and runny on your tongue. “Fr my services. Thn maybe get ready tuh clean up sem sick.” He doesn’t laugh. “Don’t worry, you’ll be paid.” That means he’s going to let you go, right? No point in paying you if he’s gonna kill you anyway. He seems to loom in closer – you’re not sure if he’s off his chair, or if the world, your world, is distorting around him, veering into him as if pulled down by his gravity. “You’ve lived through a lot in the past four years.” He says, suddenly changing the subject. “You’ve done bad things, and now, you’re doing things that are better.”His light – the brilliance of his outline – seems to stretch over you.“I think you’re like me, Jonathan.” Well, you’re both crazy. He leans further forward, and – and that must be a mask.Nobody smiles like that. “You’re a survivor. I think we will do good things together.” You slip away into a deep, feverish sleep. You dream of giant shapes, symmetries clashing and grinding against another, moving among the clouds in titanic, loping strides.---------------------------------------------------->HMQ 103: END>Congratulations! Successful shopping!>Congratulations! You smooched!>Congratulations! You are going to do good things.
>>37783585Thank you for running, Crusty.
>>37783585thanks for runningJJ is Moon Boy the sidekick?
>>37783585>“I think you’re like me, Jonathan.”Then why the fuck did you drug us, you cunt? We had absolutely no problems with giving you the information.
>>37783585Thanks for Running.
>>37783585Dammit I forgot to ask. Whatever, next time we're at the agency we need to ask Phantom is she knows what outfit Deathstrike works for.
>>37783585Thanks for running man.Damn JJ has some crazy fuckers after him.
>>37783639Protip: Moon Knight is crazy.And paranoid.
>>37783639Because he would have tried harm someone in that situation apparently, and he thinks we are like him.
>>37783585Good run, CJ.
>>37783658how many people are in his head?
>>37783639You think Moonknight trusts himself not to be a crazy violent fuck? He might be god touched and psychotic, but he isn't that delusional.
No X-Point? Clearly we need more Mystery Meat.
>>37783649JJ doesn't know her name.>>377836703
>>37783658Have you taken many psychedelics CJ? I'm curious how much of the writing about JJ's MK-trip is derived from personal experience.
>>37783639I'm guessing he doesn't want to risk the fact that we can track him down and find out who he is or just run into him on the street and recognize him.Also, if you've got em, smoke em.
>>37783585>He leans further forward, and – and that must be a mask.>Congratulations! You smooched!For a second I thought this dude just kissed us.
>>37783658I noticed. He's also socially inept, I guess. Not hard to understand that people you drug for no reason aren't going to trust you.
>>37783585Well, at least now that JJ has met this guy, he really is a hardcore-muthafuckin'-gangsta.
I think we all need to talk about the elephant in the room in this thread. The statutory gape.
>>37783670I'm going to leave that ambiguous, but at least two.Spector and Khonsu.
>>37783585I hope we part ways better than his last side kick did. Pretty sure they killed each other.
>Didn't ask about Joyce>Passed out again>Probably about to be dumped in an alley somewhere with $700 stuffed up our assSuffering.
>>37783585>“I think you’re like me, Jonathan.”Moon Knight be mental. Serious basket case.And now I sleep.
>>37783715How big is the penis of an average elephant?
>>37783739Six and a half feet long.
>>37783719Yeah, but how many personalities does Spector even have in this universe?
>>377837193rd one is Typhon?That Typhoon typo people make still cracks me up.Also pity u captcha
>>37782244I'm fairly certain he iced one of brosephs people after they shot Laura.
>>37783585Old abrahamic god meets lizard Jesus.No crucifictions were had.
>>37783751Damn nigga, /tg/ is johnny on the spot with elephant penis stats.
>>37783726Just another day
>>37783719is the third one lockley? please tell me that it's not lockely .
>>37783585I really hope he's willing to help us feed out hobo family with his huge sacks of money. I'd be fine working with Moonknight if it meant sticking it to Creeper and getting a roof over our heads.
>>37783868I thought Lockley was the saner personality?
>>37783831But..Laura's a clone?
>>37783831your post implies Laura isn't a person
>>37783933>>37783956Why do you think boinking Laura isn't rape?
>>37783956that means it isn't illegal!
>>37783956She isn't. Hyperadvanced sex doll at best.
>>37783961I never thought of it that way before.
>>37783961Because she never had a legal birth certificate and all the Facility's original records on her were destroyed when she escaped and blew up the compound?
>>37783933damn I really gotta get around organizing this folder
>>37783977>Hyperadvanced sex doll
We need to tell Peter about this next thread.
Well then, shall we get started?Wings 3, hands free flying.
>>37783658Would moonie have laughed if JJ replied to >kamar means moon with >John means toilet.John James Green. The toilet knight
>>37784092>post yfw the friend he was talking about is Moonknight
>>37784092I'd rather not drag him into that psycho's web of collateral damage.
>>37784123Moonknight's crazy. Peter likes to limit his intake of crazy as much as possible.
>>37784115Wings 3 is desperately needed.
>>37784224Do we...even have the x-points right now?
>>37784224I hope that's sarcasm.
>>37784224I wish people felt the same way about Optic Force Blasts. With our mad accuracy powers the levelled up versions with direction changes would be ridiculous. I think it's one of the best things JJ could have. Especially for fighting endgame Typhon jesus.
>>37784307>I wish people felt the same way about Optic Force Blasts.Not him, but OFB is one of my priorities. Right after Kinesics and possibly a level in Photo.
Whelp, someone is going to get Shanked.
Ands that's how JJ wound up on the Defenders. Everyone takes a stint in the lineup eventually.
>>37784964JJ on Marvel Knights.What will his codename be?Moon Boy? And will Laura be Moon Pie?
>>37785020More like Hair Pie.
>>37785245I was referring to Cream Pie, actually.
>>37785299More like Cream Gape.