>Thread archive:http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=Novice%20Heretek%20Quest>General information:Characters: http://pastebin.com/DB95KE7FPlanets: http://pastebin.com/PncEDGjgBionics: http://pastebin.com/9sKPkCNFInventory: http://pastebin.com/NYugucwx>Thread Music:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_zUS9KB6Us>Quest Twitter:https://twitter.com/HeracorNahive>Summary: You are techpriest Heracor Nahive. You were forcefully implanted a brain chip that made you into little more than a working drone, after escaping your homeworld you somehow got yourself into a Inquisitorial Cruiser.
The Digitalis room looked like a catacomb. It was a labyrinth whose walls had coffin like machines. Unable to find anybody to recruit you used your X-Ray vision and your suspection was confirmed. Inside those coffins there were techpriests but they weren’t dead, they slightly moved.You opened the closest one and found a youngling girl, no more than twelve years old; her own personal cage had the space her body didn’t occupy filled with servers. Her face was totally obscured by a led covered mask that showed several green and red lights that shifted from position, every time a red light appeared it blinked a few times before being replaced by a green light, then another green turned red and so on. She was controlling part of the millions of connections that were taking place on the ship; every time one failed she had to fix it.Taking her out of her server tomb would leave lots of people without communication, permits of access or several other services but it had to be done. You used your neural interface to connect with her and speak in a chat interface.>USER: SERVER-CRONTROLLER 419N||990 LOGGED IN++<>USER: EXTERNAL_CLIENT LOGGED IN++<>++USER: SERVER-CRONTROLLER 419N||990 LOGGED OFF++<She immediately kicked you off. Great.>Try to connect again.>Directly plug her out of her interface.>Find somebody else.
>>38826352>Try to connect again.FUCK YEAH!
>>38826378Sup Jo.>>38826352This wasn't a machine you were interacting with but a person. When dealing with organics you learned that even if it was illogical, doing the same action twice could lead to different results.You once again logged into her machine, wanting to communicate with the young girl via chat.>USER: SERVER-CONTROLLER 419N||990 LOGGED IN++<>USER: EXTERNAL_CLIENT (EX-CLI) LOGGED IN++<++419N||990: Do NoT iNTeRFeRe++EX-CLI: I REQUIRE THE USE OF YOUR PSYCHICAL PRESENCE OUTSIDE OF THE CATHEDRAL.++419N||990: iMPoSSiBLe. i HaVe NeVeR BeeN ouT. i aM SaFe HeRe.++EX-CLI: BY THE SACRED ORDER OF THE INQUISITOR I ORDER YOU TO LOG OFF FROM YOUR MACHINE AND RETURN TO THE PHYSICAL WORLD.+++EX-CLI ADDED THE ARCHIVE KARELIA-ORDERS.pdf.After some long minutes of silence she kicked you out again. You became enraged for 1,27 seconds, the time she needed to disconnect too and became aware of her real surroundings. As she disconnected in the correct way all the job that she was doing was able to be allocated to other clients instead of creating a crash in the net.The girl slowly started moving her shaky arms, it seemed that she spent such a long time without any exercise that her limbs became numb and she had difficulty to move them. Who knows, probably that young techpriest had spent all her life encased inside that coffin like cogitator, your mission was probably the only time she would leave the Digitalis room at all.Under her helmet a frail and pale face appeared. She looked about twelve but she still had a child face look and all her milk teeth, her eyes were bulbous and big with really small pupils that made her green irises stand out even more, overall she looked odd. "I..." Said her with a frail voice that was used to talk via text messages instead of vocal chord vibrations. "My designated name is Talima...there is a box in that locker, open it and get its contents out."
>>38826595To your surprise between each of the coffin like computers there were hard to see lockers. Even if those looked individual and personal they weren't locked. The people here spent so much time inside their tiny workplaces that the idea of stealing was unheard of.From the locker a metallic apparatus appeared, it needed to be folded and deployed but its mechanisms were simple enough to be done even by non Mechanicus persons. Once everything was ready the locker's contents revealed to be a wheelchair with an small electrical engine."I do not know how to walk, it wasn't necessary to learn for a techpriest like me." You looked at her kinda incredulous but when you saw her extending her hands and indicating you to grab her you didn't had any other option but to believe her."No, not yet. I will reunite all the team tomorrow. I'll come towards you at half past nine ad meridium and carry you towards the meeting point."During that short conversation time Talima's pupils became increasingly bigger, her eyes becoming little more than a green ring surrounded by a black core. It was obvious that her eyes became so used to being bombarded by the led lights and the screens that even a normally illuminated room, like the one you were in right now, looked incredibly dark for her.After you were done you exited and looked at the remaining doors to visit. Which one would you visit first?>Cybernetica: Robotics and Bionics>Mandati: Command and Strategy>Metallurgicus: Material Sciences>Skitarii: Warriors X2
>>38826716>Metallurgicus: Material Sciences!!!
>>38826855Metalhead priests incoming.
>>38826855>Metallurgicus: Material SciencesA good material analyst and scientist would be really useful. The place surprised you, not because of its oddness but the lack of it.At least one place inside that Cathedral that wasn't weird or noteworthy. There were pretty normal living spaces, a warehouse with thousands of material samples cataloged, a school were they learned about metals and other components and a test site were they used forges and lasers to analyze the metal alloys and their resistances.The techpriests working inside were pretty fit and were notable because of their long hair and small spikes and rivets on their bionics and armor. You approached a young woman who had an eternal smile on her face."Hello there techpriest, are you lost or do you want to join our house and learn the secrets of the ores and the metals?"She seemed nice and also looked intelligent and combat capable."None of those options. I am techpriest Heracor..." You doubted for a moment as the idea of saying your forge world of origin with the greeting suddenly crossed your mind, while that would have been nice to exchange you remembered that the Inquisitor was always listening, if you said were you came from she could easily discover that you ran away. "...Inquisitor Karelia has given me the quest of recruiting a team of techpriest and embarking into the repairing of the mag-anchored Frigate. I am searching for someone valid in this particular place."Her eyes became open and she nodded."I could do it! I have heard from that ship and I cannot wait to see the percentage of metals and impurities that its hull has and also the smelting techniques they used. Every ship is unique and thus you can always learn something new even from the smallest frigate." She was easy to talk to with too."Consider yourself recruited then techpriest...""Titania! Techpriest Metallurgicus Titania at your service."You and her exchanged some bows as a greeting.
>>38826930I like the way you think
>>38827097"What's with the long hair and the spikes?" You ended asking before leaving."Oh. It's a couple of traditions that we have here. They are proofs of our failures and achievements. For each perfectly smelted metal we can get for ourselves a small percentage, less than 1%, that was going to be scrapped anyway. With that portion we can easily create one small spike to decorate our clothing and as a proof of our skills."You looked around and focused more on the robes that the techpriest in there wore. The most youngest ones had a spike or two while the oldest had their entire back covered in tacks. Those decorations were also of different coloration, some being silver, copper or golden among other more exotic variations."About the hair..." She continued when you were over with the overlooking. "It's a similar symbol. Instead of praising our success our manes are a proof of lack of failure. Every time a techpriest makes a failure and smelts something unusable he is taken to the forge and its hair burned on the fire. The longer hair you have the longest time you have spent without letting down the Omnissiah."Those people were strange but they seemed to love their work and their strange rituals while dangerous were a proof of their faith to the Deus Machina.After the explanation you were glad that the recruited techpriest had such a long hair and so many spikes. She was a good election.>Cybernetica: Robotics and Bionics>Mandati: Command and Strategy>Skitarii: Warriors X2
I tried making them metalheads without entering into the HURRDUR HEAVY METAL = CHAOS cliche
>>38827226you did a good job man.>>38827218>Mandati: Command and Strategy
>>38827218>Mandati: Command and StrategyMandati was separated in quiet and really noisy zones, there was no in-between. The quiet places were the usual ones; the dormitories, the school and the massive archive that they had. The noisy part was a Holo-pic room that emitted war movies and documentaries all day every day.The techpriest in there studied and spent their regulative eleven hours of class and then practically spent the rest of the day looking at the films and cheering every time a tank or a piece of human artillery destroyed an enemy base or formation.Their excited yells and booing were amplified by their vox magnifiying bionics and the they were so closed that their voices became only one and its volume increased tenfold. Those men and women so used to warfare and yelling were the ones that would become tactical leaders and shout to the Skitarius when graduating.Unable to enter on the cinema and get one of those techpriests focus onto something that wasn't the movie you had to search out.On the archives there was a lonely and somewhat chubby techpriest looking at maps and archives about a distant war that happened centuries ago.“Greetings, techpriest.” You said in a neutral volume, not high enough to disturb the other students but neither low enough to be ignored.He looked up and like you he had a vox-caster instead of a lower jaw, he thought that you were another student at first.“What do you need student? Mock me as much as you want I still believe that the las-lock is better than the lasgun.”You were confused at first, not because of his statement but for confusing you with an student.
>>38827226You've done a pretty good job so far at your WH40k fluff, mostly going into bizzarities without the flat out unneeded impracticality or retardation you often find in it. For example, the usage of data tech priests in the place of what would probably normally be an automated process, VI, or AI in most other sci fi settings. I've enjoyed it so far.
>>38827628“You are wrong-“ Before you could end the phrase and explain yourself he rolled his organize yes and returned to his study, after some seconds of annoyed waiting you tumbled his book down. “I am not an student, I am techpriest Heracor Nahive and the Inquisitor Karelia has given me the order of recruiting a team and repairing the damaged frigate located on the left side.”The student was now totally focused on you but you still used the last bits of confidence that you had and tried to cheer him up, being mocked for defending your ideas was something that you really hated.“If you really think that the las-lock is better than the lasgun then get one and come with me to the ship, in case of enemy encounter I hope you will be able to command us. I’ll be waiting in the coghead hall tomorrow at 10am.”At first you were scared but the more people you recruited the more confident your words were, because once again you weren't alone.>Cybernetica: Robotics and Bionics>Skitarii: Warriors X2
>>38827654>Cybernetica: Robotics and Bionics
>>38827639I don't know if I have understood you correctly but are you saying that using techpriest as data processors is wrong? Because I see it totally plausible. I have read a official WH40k comic were a servitor was strapped to the wall of an elevator and whose only job was going up and down so...
>>38827692No, I was saying it made sense as all the things in normal sci fi settings aren't in WH40k because the last time they used AIs it ended in a near apocalypse... It was a complement.
>>38827654Also sorry for the sorta railroad were I only give the next place to visit as an option, once the entire team is recruited I will give more freedom.
>>38827654Cybernetica: Robotics and BionicsCybernetica reminded you of all the past time you spent in the different Mechanicus temples that you visited so far constructing bionics and improving yourself. A man with a metallic rig and a welding mask ran and greeted you. On his back he wore a backpack that had metallic plated cables that connected with his forearm, every tip of his fingers was a were a welder of a different kind, right now a small blue flame came from his digitus medius.Even if he worked creating bionics and maintaining robots he was mostly organic, at least externally."Oh hey, you are the one who is looking for people right?" Was the first time that he said to you after waving his still fire emitting hand."Correct." It was nice to see another techpriest who knew about your coming."Good, I am Aldric, I was the one choosen for the job. Oh if you give me your name and a genetic sample I'll also add you to the database in no time to give you access and be able to use our facilities. Not saying that you need to further modify yourself but hey up to you." He seemed nice if a little bit tad inmature, his face was impossible to see under his mask but he seemed young and had a vibrant red hair that ended in a decorated braid."Thank you, Aldric. I expect you to be on the gear hall tomorrow at 10am with your equipment ready.""Sure thing boss." And with that said he stormed out and went back to work, ignoring the rain of sparks that fell over his naked skin as another techpriest started using a saw on a metallic piece.The last part of the job. Recruiting the two Skitarii.
>>38827654>Cybernetica: Robotics and Bionics>>38827715 don't worry this is fun, as more people join its a fun way to give some choice and occupy the the time without having anything that could be considered contentious. Also interesting tech cultures you're writing here.
>>38827960They path to the Skitarii área lead to some dark and eerie stairs that descended into a darkness. You needed to use your Explorator dendrite to illuminate the way and calculate how Deep you were.After various minutes of descent you found a heavy door. It didn’t moved from its hinges and you needed to use all your strenght and your mag boots to open it enough to let you go in. As son as you released the door some hidden by the darkness hydraulic pistons started pushing it back, your body was tired from opening it and you knew you wouldn’t be able to do it again, reacting quickly you were able to slid into the closing entrance, your robe got caught and ripped apart a Little bit.“You indeed worthy of carrying that gun and wearing that armor, Skitarii.”The voice came from an Skitarii that seemed to had applied the gigas technology on both her biological body and her bionics. She was at least nine feet tall and carried a Omnissiah power axe as big as herself. Her body was just a torso mounted on a chasis that controlled her powerful legs and arms. Interestingly she had some electroestimulants on the reamining muscles of her body, specially on her abdominal área, the electical impulses tensed her internal musculature giving her a fit and ripped appareance.“Are you here for a fight?” She taunted.Oh for the Omnissiah, no. Your body was exhausted and she seemed to be able to destroy you with just a kick.“I came here to recruit two Skitarii for my misión.”“So you are the Inquisitor’s new lapdog. She’s untouchable but you aren’t…If you want to recruit somebody you will have to fight and win them first, if you reject I will just give you a couple of combat servitors that we use for training…Deal?”>Accept, look at the avaliable Skitarii and duel two of them.>Reject, the servitors will do.>Free action.
>>38828150If we can beat them that doesn't exactly insure quality fighting force.>Free actionRemind her its a direct order from up top and if she refuses then she is refusing the inquisition.
>>38828222Seconding, and if this doesn't work, go along with the deal.Nice trips btw.
>>38828150>Accept, look at the avaliable Skitarii and duel two of them."Respect is earned not deserved, this is fine. Who all do you have that would be a decent spar [inquire skitarii options]"
>>38828150>Accept, look at the avaliable Skitarii and duel two of them.Sure, we'll have some time to rest before meeting up anyways.
>>38828222>>38828243while I understand the reasoning this doesn't seem to endear us to the skitarii, I think we need their respect. What we could do is see whos available first. This is not a vote I already posted.
>>38828150Servitors will be less effective, but easier to control. Also.... maybe there's hope for restoring their free will?(As an aside, I love the metalhead guys)
>>38828150Does anyone have art of that MEC suit girl BTW?
>>38828298Its kinda pointless in-universe, they're lobotmized. Plus we have lanky to look after.
Im working on the descriptions of the various Skitarii now.>>38828309I had her in mind when describing the Gigas skitarii but I haven't been unable to find anything.
>>38828150>>Accept, look at the avaliable Skitarii and duel two of them.
>>38828309>>38828369We'll get our ass kicked, but still.
>>38828381Yesss thats the girl I had in mind when thinking about her. The Skitarii leader is pretty much like pic related but with a less motherly face.
>>38828414I don't think her face is the only thing you imagined as less motherly.
You looked around and as the time went by more Skitarii appeared. Like the technology they all had adapted to their personal needs and tastes. The ones you managed to see were those:>Tall lanky male warrior. It had a modified jaw that seemed to be able to bite and everything that he caught, his right arm had some nasty looking serrated claws and electoos, his left arm was totally bionic and separated into many dendrite tentacles that seemed strong and even somewhat stretchable. It seemed that if it caught you the fight would be over soon.>Girl that identified herself as an Celeritau. Her lower body was totally removed and substituted with a port similar to the one that your proxy drones had yet way more effective and complex. She was able to stick into a vehicle and control it for an undefined period of time. Right now she was installed into the chassis of an heavily armored bike that seemed to have a lots of torque and power. On her right hand lied a small laser pistol and in the other a jousting lance.>Fat and heavily armored techpriest His belly was an completely metallic sphere, he had two bionics legs connected to that ball and his torso, arms and the rest seemed organic. He used a flail that also emitted smoke. He seemed cocky.>>Working on more skitarii now, from the ones that I have posted is there anyone you wanna fight?
>>38828536Take on the big guy. Always take on the big guy!
>>38828536>Celeritau>Fat and heavily armored techpriest Those two for me so far.
>>38828381Her boobs are bigger then her head, no wonder she needs power armor
>>38828536I wanna fight the 9ft tall lady we just met
>>38828536>Small and twitchy odd looking techpriest.Barely three feet tall and unable to stay quiet. She was completely covered with some robes that were way too big for her. Her movements were erratic as if she had a hump or was limping.>Double bladed duelist.A man with two short decorated blades and small and practically impossible to see augmentations. It seemed that he was used in infiltration or diplomatic missions were bionics would have revealed way too much. When he saw you looking at him he answered with a wink and a smile. Oddly he didn't had his hood up and choose to reveal his face at all times.I cant think of any other warrior. I'll leave 15 minutes for suggestions. If there aren't any suggestions in 10 minutes I will just go with those five options.
Do we even have a ranged weapon at this point?>>38828682Firstly, can we go get a replacement weapon?
>>38828702We have a strange plasma rifle. We're good on that aspect.
>>38828702A scuffed up lasgun and a weapon we have yet to use or identify. We'll probably do the later in our off time before the meeting.
>>38828727>>38828731Ah.Maybe we should have a quick look at it at least before we fight people with it?
>>38828682So the thing goes like this: >You guys can fight any of those six Skitarius ( Including the 9 feet tall leader )>>Accepting doesn't means inmediate fight, it lets you an hour of train and another hour of equipment examination.>The option of rejecting or trying to be diplomatic is still possible to try.
>>38828964>( Including the 9 feet tall leader )all yus
>>38828964The fat one and the duelist.Not that I think we have much of a chance.
>>38828964give me>Fat and heavily armored techpriest No particular reason why, I just chose on a whim.
>>38829117what if we do it with dice?>Leader1>Tall lanky male2>Celeritau3>Fat and heavily armored4>Small and twitchy odd looking5>Double bladed duelist6Someone roll 2d6
Rolled 2, 5 = 7 (2d6)>>38829214dear Christ.>inb4 leader & small
>>38829247>inb4 leader & smallAlmost hahaWorking on the Lanky one first and after him comes the small girl.
>>38829277Seems like it'll be interesting honestly.
I bet the small one is a trap option.we touch her and it turns out her 'body' is just a freaky dendrite spider thing controlled remotely.At least with the tall grabby fellow, we can surprise him with our void shield and manoeuvrability bionics.
>>38828150"That one." You say pointing to the tall and frail yet dangerous looking techpriest. "And then, her." Your metallic claw points towards the small skitarii and her entire body twists and shivers in a frightening manner, strange clicking sounds coming from her interior.The room illuminates and reveals a fighting pit a few steps away, in its interior the rests of both organic and bionic parts lie next to oil and blood, rust is also present on several dangerous sticks that stick out from the ground or the floor."Any bionic lost in the fight will be considered unworthy and its machine spirit let to rot, survive the fight and you will be given a replacement." Said the leader, walking slowly to keep the pace of the smaller group.All your combat bionics shivered in anticipation. "Should we make a total war battle?" Asked the Celeritau over the sound of her engine."Only if he survives the first fight." Replied the gigas woman.The rest slightly nodded and took her word as law, obeying without questioning. "The servoskull will have to stay out of the fight, it says so our law." With that said the servoskull somehow stopped moving, silently floating on its position. It seemed that the same medium that gave you instructions was also able to control your familiar.You went down first, the floor was covered in sand but a faint hint of magnetization was still present, under that bloodied sand there was a metallic floor. Soon your opponent was ten feet away from you. The rest in a circle around, observing, learning.>Focus on distance combat, use your lasgun/plasma ( CHOOSE ONE ) and your aiming sensors.>Try to deal damage in melee combat. Equip your chainsword and your shield.>Avoid combat for now, try to parry his attacks and learn how he fights.>Free action.
>>38829559>Focus on distance combat, use your lasgun/plasmaLasgun, for probing defenses. Also, pay attention to his movements.
>>38829559Wait a second. We are fighting just the lanky guy, right?Focus on distance combat, use your lasgun/plasma (lasgun) and your aiming sensors.We need to stay away from this guy at all costs.
>>38829559>>Focus on distance combat, use your plasmaand your aiming sensors.and if possible mix in a little>Avoid combat for now, try to parry his attacks and learn how he fights.
>>38829559>Focus on distance combat, use your lasgun/plasma ( CHOOSE ONE ) and your aiming sensors.Plasma, first shot to the floor infront of him to bleach his sensors/visual, then laser to the body, don't want to kill.
>>38829559>Focus on distance combat, use your lasgun.You aim your standard imperial lasgun and the crowd at first laughs at you, the enemy doesn't, he is totally focused on you.The first blasts go towards his mechatentacles. Without moving from his position he his able to divert them to avoid all the damage, his tentacles seem to be able to move in all possible direction and have a very quick reaction time.Changing your objective a few degrees you point and shoot his clawed hand. He once again avoids dodging the damage and just lets the laser hit his palm, the internal mechanisms of his claws seem to be protected by a metallic armor that protects him of all the damage but gets hot pretty easily, his hand becomes red from the sudden temperature increase that your lasblasts generated and he flinches noticeable, the flesh part that connect with its bionic claw becoming red from the heat and even leaving a trail of smoke.You damaged him, he thought that he had now given you enough advantage. He twisted himself backwards and his spine bent until the top of his head touched the ground, when he came back from the tensile strength he extended his tentacled arms and as if they were lances its metallic tips flew incredibly fast towards you.>Roll a 1d100>Only the first 3 rolls count.>Sorry for taking so long. Internet is being a cunt as usual
Rolled 17 (1d100)>>38829952
>>38829967I assume your running on the low rolls are bad style?
Rolled 28 (1d100)>>38829952
Rolled 2 (1d100)>>38829952Makin it count...
>>38829967>>38829987>>38829994That...is going to hurt.
>>38829982Yes. I always go that the closest to 100 the better.
>>38829994>>38830017Arn't lower number good in 40k?
>>38830062Only with stats. This is the quest system.I rolled that btw.
>>38829952The metallic tips start spinning in the air and one pierces directly your fleshy shoulder, broken bones and torn muscles in an instant, the force is so strong that it completely crosses your body and even manages to penetrate the wall behind you. The other tentacles twist in mid air and constrict your bionic forehand and lasgun, with a simple movement the enemy crushes both the weapon and your limb and starts tearing it out.A great sentiment of despair invades you as you see part of your arm about to be threw on the ground, that arm that had served you so many times in the past would now be left to rot and rust in this dirty sand.>Try to activate your hidden powerblade to get away from the tentacles and liberate yourself.>Try to grab your plasma rifle and shoot the enemy now that he cannot move.>Try to grab your chainsword and liberate from the tentacle that pierces your shoulder, rip yourself of your bionic arm and have freedom of movement again.>Free action.these posts will be shorter so the combat becomes more dynamic
>>38830230>Try to activate your hidden powerblade to get away from the tentacles and liberate yourself.
>>38830230>>Try to grab your plasma rifle and shoot the enemy now that he cannot move.HAHAHA! I've got you just where I want you...
>>38830269forgot that I had that picture on there....
>>38830230Can we activate our void shield?How about our electoos?if neither>Try to activate your hidden powerblade to get away from the tentacles and liberate yourself.
>>38830298I gave a free option. If you have an idea don't be shy and write it.
>>38830242>>38830245Isn't that powerblade considered tech-heresy ?Sounds like a terrible idea.seconding >>38830269
>>38830335iirc it's only tech heresy if we stab it into a machine to drain it's power
>>38830335I wouldn't do that in a sparring match. Keep it hidden.
>>38830335If we don't use the 'power' part or the electrical absorption function, it's fine.Just send a shock to scramble.
I'm so sorry but I think I got sick or something. My nose is clogged and I have felt dizzy twice today. I might end it for today.
>>38830427One last update maybe? If you're feeling up for it.Then get yourself a warm bowl of soup.
>>38830474I think I can do that. Ok, what's the final option then? The powerblade one?
>>38830427Thanks for running, take care of yoyurself!
>>38830486Yes but only the electroblade function. Keep the fact it's also a powerblade hidden for now.
>>38830427>>38830486Feel better manI think powerblade is winning, but we wanna be careful to avoid tech heresy
>>38830530I don't think the option ever meant to drain him.For one thing, we are already full of energy.
>>38830570The power part of the blade is heresy, it was modified using blueprints from the hell-planet.
>>38830230>Try to activate your hidden powerblade to get away from the tentacles and liberate yourself.Some cables have already been ripped and plucked from your arm but you still anyway send as much energy as you can to the activation of the sword and sending the most energy as possible from its surface.There was now another fight on that arena, and invisible fight between his power currents and the ones I was sending, both spirits brawling to see which one would overpower whom.Electrical sparks emanated from both arms, some of those energy currents were ricocheted back towards the tentacle that was piercing you, electrocuting yourself in the process but recovering part of your own electricity.Several intense seconds were both were being electrocuted passed until the sword managed to cut one of the tentacles and liberate itself. Smoke emanated from both of our bodies but the exchange of electricity finally ended. Your enemy took the worst part and seemed that his tentacles were now terribly damaged internally.With the last strength of your arm you liberated yourself from all the tentacles, after that your arm became hanging from your shoulder, sparks and electricity jumping from it from time to time. Both combatants were now damaged and lacked an arm, he seemed to be a match on your level.>My knowledge in electricity is pretty much null, so sorry if I have shat all over the electrical sciences
>>38830795>>My knowledge in electricity is pretty much null, so sorry if I have shat all over the electrical scienceshahaha, no worries here, feel better man
>>38830795thanks for finishing it man. I hope you feel better soon!
>>38830795Cool I finally caught up. Remember we can flash him to disorient him.
I feel a little bit ill. I will end it for today but answer any question or whatever you want really. It's already uploaded so its ok if it reaches page ten