PREVIOUSLY ON MAGICAL GIRL LIBERTY: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?searchall=Magical+Girl+Liberty“Sacagawea, Sacagawea!” Sacky leaped up onto a rock and pointed ahead further into the jungle. She has a frantic expression on her face, apparently trying to ward you away from something. She yells out in her gibberish savage language, trying to explain something. But four of you, yourself, Rana, Sumire, and Kirby simply stare up at her in confusion.Sumire folds her arms, leaning over to you. “Way to name her Sacagawea. That’s not gonna get annoying,” she whispers.“Quiet,” you say. You motion Sacky to come over, and she does it on command. “Sacagawea, what are you saying? Please tell us in a way that-““Libby.” Sumire taps your shoulder, squinting at you. “What makes you think she understands English?” You blink, and then look over at Sacagawea, who stares at you with stars in her eyes.Oh.Sacagawea returns to her shouting, trying to motion out what she’s warning about with her hands. Her fingers walk like legs, and she stomps across the ground, biting her teeth loudly. “Oh, oh!” Rana bounces up and down, clapping her hands. “This is charades! I’m good at charades! Um…” Rana halts her bouncing, trying to decipher what it means. “Er… something that marches, something that walks! Um.” Her face scrunches up, trying to make sense of Sacky’s weird dancing. “Penguins!”“There are no penguins out here!” yells Sumire.Kirby says, “You would be surprised.”Sacky gets really low to the ground now, biting her teeth even louder. She crawls around on all fours, slinking around all of you, her butt up high and her hips swaying as she tries to tell you something. “Hm.” Sumire scratches her chin. “Okinawans?”“What do you have against Okinawa?” you ask.“Lots.”Sacky hisses, banging her hands on the dusty jungle floor. “Genuinely, I am stumped,” says Kirby. She then crawls over to Sumire, and bites down on her leg.[1/2]
>>42978218[2/2]“Ah!” She slaps Sacky away, jumping back. “She bit me!” Sacky hisses, continuing her weird game of charades. “Why are we even standing around here!?”You scratch your chin. Hm… Maybe it is penguins.> “Sacky. Stop it. We have to continue.”> “Actually, I think I might know what she’s saying.”> Try to make sense of Sacky’s savage language, your Mom would be proud of you for it.> Other
>>42978226>“Actually, I think I might know what she’s saying.”
>>42978226>> “Actually, I think I might know what she’s saying.”
>>42978226>“Actually, I think I might know what she’s saying.”Is it dinosaurs? Is it something worse than dinosaurs? It's probably something worse than dinosaurs.
>>42978226>> “Actually, I think I might know what she’s saying.”Lawyers.
>>42978226>Try to make sense of Sacky’s savage language, your Mom would be proud of you for it.
>>42978226>slap sacky for biting your wife
>>42978226> “Actually, I think I might know what she’s saying.”Alrighty.
> “Actually, I think I might know what she’s saying.”“I think I know what she’s saying, actually.” The three of them look at you with shock and awe. “You see, on the ground, all fours, that implies a crawling behavior. Biting, that means sort of carnivore, and uh…” You snap your finger. “Ants!”“Ants?” says Sumire.“Ants!” you say. “Probably just like bullet ants or something from Australia. Nothing we can’t handle.” You smile happily. Nothing more harmless than your average ant you suppose. “My mom used to tell me stories about the big mean old ants of Africa, nothing more than apocryphal stories and such. They bite, yeah but they’re still tiny.”Rana giggles a little. “She’s afraid of ants?”“Whatever.” Sumire huffs, getting impatient. “Let’s just go.” She starts moving on, surprising Sacky. Sacky immediately tries to get in front of her, arms held out wide in a stone wall fashion. “Out of the way, brownie.” Sumire walks past her like a saloon door. Rana follows Sumire, adjusting the straps on her backpack and getting the back the skip in her step. You follow as well, motioning Sacky to follow.Reluctantly, she does.--You slice through the brush with a machete, Sacky holding your arm as she follows behind you. The mountain is getting closer, but the sheer thickness of the jungle interior is slowing you down. Now that you thought about it though, you haven’t really heard anything except for birds. No lizards, no squirrels, no nothing. Just birds squawking. You chew on a slice of gum, Beeman’s gum, the gum of aviators.Sumire grimaces as she walks. “I hate hiking.”“Do you?” You look back to her. “I was gonna take you to Gettysburg after this. We could walk the trails, see the memorials to the brave soldiers who gave their lives to-”[1/2]
>>42978846[2/2]“Yeah, your history is irrelevant to me.” You frown a bit. That actually kind of hurt. Sumire blinks, seeing your expression, and quickly double backs. “I mean, that doesn’t mean I don’t want to go. I just… screw hiking.”Rana giggles, smiling. “Hehe, aw, you two are just sweet.” You and Sumire glare back at her, shutting her up.“Can I have some gum?” asks Sumire, glumly, clearly tired. You nod, pulling a slice of it out of your mouth and then shoving it into hers. “…” She chews on it, obviously not liking the taste judging by her scrunched up furious expression. “Who puts honey into a gum?” she mutters. She groans. “Can we just take a break for a second? My legs are killing me!”“We’ve only gone half a mile,” you say.“Over rough terrain!” she says. “I’m a fighter, not a marcher!” Rana shrugs, indifferent. But the sweat on her neck and the wavering stance is clearly an indication of fatigue. You’re not feeling yourself, neither is Sacky so…> “Fine, we can take a break.”> “We gotta keep going.”> “You and Rana can stop. Me and Sacky will scout ahead.”> Other
>>42978867>“Fine, we can take a break.”
>>42978867> “You and Rana can stop. Me and Sacky will scout ahead.”Gotta be diligent!
>>42978867>“Fine, we can take a break.”> pulling a slice of it out of your mouth and then shoving it into hersEw.
>>42978867> “Fine, we can take a break.”>>42978920Some people do that, or share toothbrushes, like animals. It's better not to think about it.
>>42978956>or share toothbrushes, like animalsI have never heard of animals sharing toohtbrushes.
>>42978867>> “You and Rana can stop. Me and Sacky will scout ahead.”
>>42978867>“You and Rana can stop. Me and Sacky will scout ahead.”Indirect kissu~ is sickening. Then again, chewing gum in general is disgusting.
>>42979013Well most people smartly won't give them any, no sense encouraging that sort of behavior.
>>42978920>>42978956>>42979026Well, i find it cute. Dunno what your isue is anyway. its not like either of them can expect to have any diseases.
>>42978956>>42978920Hm, weird how different attitudes can be, I didn't see a problem with it.
>>42979013Put one in a cage with two hamsters. They'll both chew it.>>42979043I put it in the same catagory as thrift store dildos. Even if it is cleaned, and the previous user was clean....ew.
>>42979082What about two people in a relationship both using the same sex-toy during sex?Not sure why this conversation went dildos though...
>>42979082>I put it in the same catagory as thrift store dildos.>thrift store dildosWat. And it seems more like two people who are very close using the same dildo, which, is a thing. I mean, double ended dildos and such.Anyway, seems like a big difference between a random stranger and a close friend.But whatever, different cultural attitudes I suppose.
>>42979121Magical Girl Liberty is all about cultural enrichment through dildo-sharing
>>42979101It's the difference between kissing and chewing someone's food for them. There is no practical difference but the former is fine while the latter is not.
>>42979149What if you're a bird?Checkmate.
>>42979141>All quests are all about cultural enrichment through dildo-sharingftfy
>>42979149>There is no practical difference but the former is fine while the latter is not.The latter isn't fine because eating food mush isn't very tasty. Its about the consitency and tast and not about having been in someone elses mouth. Its more like eating a bite 'stolen' out of someone elses mouth, which doesn't seem so weird to me.
>>42979173Birds don't use dildos. Please stay on topic.
>>42979200Hmmm...I've never seen this tested anon. What about to-scale ones?
>>42979180It's not about the taste It's about the act itself. Seeing a couple making out isn't going to weird anyone out, it may make someone uncomfortable for other reasons, but it's not the same as seeing a dude chew some food and then spit it into his girlfriends mouth. Even if she initiates it by "stealing" it from his mouth, that's still pretty disgusting.
This thread is now about whether Libby and Sumire would share a dildo or not, discuss.
>>42979220Well, I stand by my position that birds do not use dildos. However, dildos have been used on birds, specifically ducks, in the name of science.
>>42979257Stop derailing mush-chat anon.
>>42979257They would, next topic.
>>42979259Seem plenty of birds using dildos during my private time with the internet anon, I'm quite confident.
>>42979257I'm not sure they use any.But I can absolutely imagine Sumire to be cheap enough to borrow a dildo.
>>42979249>It's not about the taste It's about the act itself.To you.As I said, I'm not seeing any problem.it be weird in public, but thats because people would most likely see the mush for a moment. otherwise it just like a kiss.
>>42979291I need some links here anon.Just to verify that claim, of course.
>>42979257They would not. Libby would never allow such a crass device inside the apartment, let alone inside her.
>>42979358Can't show that on a Christian board.>>42979257>>42979298This IS still 70+ years ago anons, dildos are the devil's spawn and/or medical tools.
>>42979364>let alone inside her.Sumire could talk her into it I think
>>42979393Thats why I say I'm not sure they use any.It does seem more liberal than the actual 1940s.
>>42979430Probably to A: justify teenage girl soldiers and B: avoid annoying anachronisms popping up all over the place by just abandoning the idea of staying true to the era in the first place.
>>42979298>borrow a dildo.Ah, the start of all the good girl/girl videos.>Knock at door>girl opens door to another girl holding a cup>"Can I borrow a cup of dildo? We're doing science and we're all out"
Well lets ask the QMGermanSchteel: Any comments on the girls views on masturbation, sextoys, and sharing?
>>42979484No, forget this GS. What about mutual mastication?
>>42979491This is the truly important question.
>>42979484>>42979491I imagine GS finds this very silly and is busy focusing on the actual quest.
>>42979537It being silly doesn't mean its not worth answering!It probably isn't though
>>42979563The answer would probably be 'they don't have any'. The girls are 2pure to think about that. And 2civilized for some food-chewing shit.
>>42979589>And 2civilized for some food-chewing shit.Still don't understand why it ruffles your feathers so much.Agree on the second part though.
>>42979589> Eleven and burger> civilisedHaha
>>42979257of course they share it, that's why it has the straps!
>>42979634Libby is too fit to be a real burger anon.
>>42979589>The answer would probably be 'they don't have any'.Don't ruin our fun with your obvious sensible answers anon. We can get those on our own.Also I'm now going to find out if mutual mastication is my new fetish.
>>42979673Good luck with that, just thinking about it makes my skin crawl.
>>42979688The best kind of fetish.
>>42979688>Good luck with that, just thinking about it makes my skin crawl.Pretty sure thats true for a lot of fetishes of other people for everyone.
>>42979720Anon pls, fetishes shouldn't do that.
>>42979755Sure they should, if they're other peoples fetishes.
So...what about that Sacagawea huh? What a character!
> “Fine, we can take a break.”“Alright. Take five.” You’re not a slavedriver after all. You can’t say the same for your father’s side of the family but that’s irrelevant. The two girls sigh in relief as they sit down in the shade of a tree, their jaws slack as they slouch over and try to open their canteens of water. Typical. You need to get Stringer to drive them harder in the gym more. You squat down like a catcher and pull out your canteen. Sacky sees this, then immediately imitates you.“At least it’s a nice day out,” says Rana. She grins, leaning over to Sumire. “We could have a picnic, maybe play some catch.”“Save it, Rana.” Sumire groans, wiping sweat off of her forehead. Rana frowns, hugging her legs as she takes a sip of water.As you quickly take stock of what’s inside your backpack, you feel something run up your leg. You look down to see a tiny little red ant crawling up your leg. You quickly swat it away. Those little legs of theirs, so itchy. “Right. First thing’s first. Once we get moving, we need to pick up our pace. The Korps’ already landing troops. We have to assume that they might have figured out why we’re even here.”“It’s one coincidence after another.” Sumire splashes water on her face, and she quickly shakes her head dry. “It’s like every step we take, they’re right behind us.” You hope it’s not like that. Just the feeling that the Krauts are following your every move is enough to put you on alert. “I bet when we find the Atlas, they’re going to swoop in and steal it for themselves like a bunch of vultures.”[1/4]
>>42979904[2/4]“That’s how Kraut archaeology operates according to my mom.” You pull out a sandwich, then toss it to Sumire, who immediately beams in delight at having a snack. She immediately splits it in half and shares it with Rana, who happily grins. You hand off a half slice of sandwich to Sacky, who regards the strange food very carefully. “Look. Whatever happens, happens. It can’t be helps, alright?” You snap your fingers, immediately remembering something important. “Rana, do you have a way to contact Captain Kozminsky?”“Yeah!” She pulls out a handie-talkie, handing it off to you. “He gave us that, he told us he and his men would stay by the beach camp in case we need to run.”“Speaking of which, why exactly did we save those three Nazi girls, the ones who nearly always tried to kill us whenever they saw us?” asks Sumire. Oh, those three. Well…“Nobody deserves what they got,” you say. “Maybe they can help us if we free them.” Sumire grunts, looking skeptical of that fact. “I won’t ask you to like it, Sumire.” You check your watch, then stand up. “Right, break’s over. Let’s go.” Everyone stands up and starts marching to Sacky’s beatYou look down to see another ant on your leg. Ew. You slap it away. Bugs.--Sacky points ahead, showing off a clearing that leads into a dirt trail right up to the mountain. She throws up her hands, grinning as she charades further, lapping imaginary water into her mouth. Her people must climb the mountain to claim water from the high clouds as a secondary water source. That’s smart thinking. Though, the fact that there isn’t more infrastructure to support says something about them. Or about the environment maybe. You look around, this clearing is devoid of grass, with dead trees hanging all around, and huge mounds of dirt towered high to Sumire’s waist.“This place is more dead than one of those feminist movement coffee houses,” mutters Sumire. How would she even know about those? “Something isn’t right.”
>>42979920Oh boy. Ant time.
>>42979920[3/4]Then you hear some branches snap and some leaves crack. You look to your right to see a group of Magisch Korps Stosstruppen battling their way through the brush. They step out into the clearing, bantering and chattering in German. And then they look over at you.> STOSSTRUPPEN <> Knives’ soldiers on the cheap <Huh. They were that close huh. No wonder things were so quiet.“Get them!” yells one of them, a very tall soldier with a Nazi armband. They quickly draw weapons and begin shooting at you.> MAGICAL GIRL LIBERTY! <Your shield stops the bullet storm from hitting anybody. “Go! Go!” You yell. Sumire and Rana grab Sacky and begin running away. Sacky has to be grabbed kicking and screaming for the fight, wielding her hatchet as Sumire pulls her away. These guys are trained to fight Magical Girls, they are not a joke, Sacky. A pair of Stosstruppen advance on you under the cover of suppression fire, drawing shock batons. They mean to capture you alive.Big mistake. You quickly smash the one on your left back into the forest. The other tries to bring his baton down on your head. But your shield meets it halfway. You push him into a mound, and he quickly slides down, his screams echoing out. That is one big mound. The other Stosstruppen pause, shocked by what happened.Then out of the mound come ants. Millions of ants.Wait, now you know what your mom was talking about.
>>42979938[4/4]“Libby!” yells Sumire. The group is already running away from a very fast moving swarm of ants closing in on them. They’re about to get surrounded. “What the hell is happening!?”“Driver ants!” you yell. “Run!” You look back to the forest you came out of to find even more ants. “Run now! Run for the mountain!”> Sprint for the group, you got to keep them safe above all else.> Run for the mountain, you have to get there before the Nazis do. Sumire and company can take care of themselves.> Eliminate the Nazis. If they radio in that you’re here, reinforcements will be quick to come.> Other
>>42979920>huge mounds of dirtAaaaaaaaaaants!
>>42979952> Sprint for the group, you got to keep them safe above all else.Fuck the Nazis, they want to fight ants they're welcome to.
>>42979952>Sprint for the group, you got to keep them safe above all else.Must save friends!
>>42979952>> Sprint for the group, you got to keep them safe above all else.
>>42979952>Sprint for the group, you got to keep them safe above all else.
>>42979952> Sprint for the group, you got to keep them safe above all else.
>>42979952>> Sprint for the group, you got to keep them safe above all else.Run like frak!
>>42979952>Sprint for the group, you got to keep them safe above all else.>Have Sumire and Rana take out the Nazi troops with ranged weapons.Remember how Sumire can call down lightning strikes?
>>42979952I had really expected giant ants.
>>42980123Regular-sized ones are scarier.
>>42980100Good point anon.
>>42980140It's true, it's trueGiant ants wouldn't even be able to stand the hell up
>>42980407And no way could they make to-scale colonies.
>>42980407...you say, after a bunch of magical girls has fought an Otto von Bismarck mechano-spirit.
>>42980484This is this and that is that.
>>42980461Not unless they got materials engineers...!
> Sprint for the group, you got to keep them safe above all else.“Go!” You scream. You dash after them, crushing stray ants and dirt beneath your feet. You look back to see the Nazis fleeing in your direction. A few in the back get swallowed up by masses of ants climbing over them, crushing them under the weight of numbers. They scream, trying to fight as they’re taken into the mounds to be eaten alive. What a way to go.“Liberty!” yells Rana. She turns around, tossing Kirby into Sumire’s arms.“Ah, screw you, Rana!” Sumire yells.> MAGICAL GIRL BOMBER! <Bomber pulls out a pair of Thompsons, jumping up onto a rocky and firing away. The shots find their mark on more soldiers, shooting them down and leaving their corpses for the bugs. Good, good, covering fire, that’s good, that’s good. All you have to do now is avoid getting eaten! “Hurry!” yells Bomber as she drops the mags out of her Thompsons. “Wait, look out!”What!? You’re suddenly blindsided by the Officer. His punch whacks you in the face. For a brief moment you see triple and a lot of stars. But you quickly gain back the blessed ability of sight and then headbutt him, getting him off of you. You punch him again in the gut, knocking him away. He rubs his mask, grimacing in German as he gathers himself for another attack.An attack that won’t come as he’s zapped by Lightning.> MAGICAL GIRL LIGHTNING! <Lightning smirks, pointing her naginata at the now smoking officer. He staggers a bit, stumbling, then immediately crumbles into ash. Well, that was anti-climactic. You quickly grab Bomber’s hand and sprint with her out of the clearing, leaving the Nazis for dead. As for the ants, they’re still pursuing you. “Come on, we need to get to high ground!” you yell. The three of keep on running. The dirt and dust is now replaced by rock and stone. The flat ground is now an uneven slope. This slows you down significantly.[1/2]
>>42980807[2/2]The ants not so.“Liberty!” yells Sacky. What!? She knows your name!? She pulls a bamboo canister from her rope belt, then tosses it to the ground behind you. It cracks open, splitting out a very terrible scent. Bomber gags, covering her mouth. Lightning dry heaves, trying to run with Sacky and Kirby in her arms. You as well keep on running, holding your breath.But the ants turn around, apparently not having any of it. You keep on running a safe distance away until finally, you’re safe on a big smooth stone. So that’s how Sacky and her village keep those ants away. Those ants ought to rule this jungle all things considered. Bomber gags again, then leans over and spits out a bit of spittle, coughing.“What is that!?” yells Lightning. Sacky shrugs, apparently not knowing herself. Well, whatever it was, it warded off the ants. That’s good enough for you. You look up to see the Nazi helicopter, flying overhead, followed by another helicopter. You grab your binoculars from your backpack and look out towards the horizon. It looks like the last Japanese gunship you didn’t destroy has gained on you. And so have the Japs too.The radio screeches to life, and you quickly put it up to your ear. “Kozminsky?”“The Japs! They’re sending in troops onto the beach!” Oh no. That’s your ride out of there! “I am scrapping camp and packing up Spirit of Fire! We have to get out of here! No shape to fight!”“Alright, alright. Uh…” You think. They can’t circle around the island forever. And if that gunship catches up, there’s going to be trouble.> “There’s a village near here. Moor there.”> “We’re heading up the mountain. We might need a quick escape.”> “Just get out of here. I’ll think of something.”> Other
>>42980830> “We’re heading up the mountain. We might need a quick escape.”
>>42980830>“We’re heading up the mountain. We might need a quick escape.”
>>42980830>> “We’re heading up the mountain. We might need a quick escape.”Hopefully the Atlas is there, because we can't check any other place.
>>42980830> “There’s a village near here. Moor there.”Good job Sacky!
>>42981064Maybe wait until we're on the mountain for that.
> “We’re heading up the mountain. We might need a quick escape.”“We’re heading up the mountain, Kozminsky. Can you hide behind it from that gunship? We’re going to need a quick exit I think.”“Da! Will see what I can do!”And with that, you pocket the radio again. Bomber points up the mountain. “It’s a tough climb from down here.” You look up and see what she means. It’s not exactly a very vertical climb. What’ll make it difficult is all of his loose rock and gravel. It’s almost as if this was once a volcano that erupted. Well, whatever it is, you have to climb it and reach the summit.“Come on.” You grab Lightning’s hand, surprising her from her sitting relaxation. “Let’s get going.” You start the climb, the rocks sliding out from beneath your feet. Traction here is going to be terrible you can feel it. It’ll be like playing baseball in the rain.--[1/2]
[2/2]You’ve shifted out of your Magical Girl costumes and back into your regular selves. Kirby scouted ahead and informed you that the summit indeed led into a big hole, obscured by what seemed to be constant clouds of smoke and dust. Well at least you had that going for you. You looked back to see the Spirit of Fire, quietly humming along as it barrels past the mountain. The plan is for it to break sight with the incoming Japanese by hiding behind the mountain, and by mooring behind it it’ll give you a quick escape option if need be.Hopefully that works.Sacky holds onto your arm as you all make it to the summit, in good time too. You look back to see the smoking plumes of what appear to be the Magisch Korps zeps. Great, great. Good. On the one hand, they’re catching up. On the other hand, they’re still too slow to pursue you if you gave it any effort. You look down the great giant hole and find nothing but smoke obscuring your vision.“I ain’t going down there,” says Sumire.“I mean um… it looks very ominous,” Rana says. Sacky nods, agreeing.“My vision stretches only so far but if you want me to, I can scout ahead for you, in case there are issues,” says Kirby.> “You volunteered, Kirby. Go for it.”> “No, I’ll go.”> Other
>>42981760> “You volunteered, Kirby. Go for it.”Sounds like his kinda job.
>>42981760>“No, I’ll go.”
>>42981760>“You volunteered, Kirby. Go for it.”
>>42981760> “You volunteered, Kirby. Go for it.”
>>42981760>> “You volunteered, Kirby. Go for it.”Sounds sensible.
>>42981760> “No, I’ll go.”
>>42981760>“You volunteered, Kirby. Go for it.”Best kitty steps up once more.
> “You volunteered, Kirby. Go for it.”“Alright, Kirby. Go for it.” He nods, hopping down onto the lip of the hole, then leaping into the cloud of smoke. With any luck he’ll be back within a few minutes. Sumire and Rana sit down, looking down the hole curiously. “We’ll wait for him to come back.” Sacky looks at what Sumire’s doing, which is picking at her teeth with her fingernails, and then proceeds to do the same, with the exact same frustrated expression.“And if he doesn’t?” asks Sumire.“Well… we go in after him,” you say. You squat down again, relaxing. Well, relaxing as much as you can with Japs and Krauts on your back. You seriously hope he doesn’t take too long now. He better not or else there’ll be hell to pay. “Everyone doing alright?” you ask.“Yep!” says Rana.“Thanks for helping by the way, Rana.” She grins happily, proud at having been thanked by you of all people. “You got me out of a bit of a jam.”Sumire clears her throat. “Excuse me. Who exactly zapped that one german?”“You did,” you say, reluctantly. She smirks, nudging you with her elbow. “What?”“I didn’t hear a thank you!”“Thank you.” You gently push her face away from you, squinting. “Don’t rub it in. I didn’t need your help anyway.” She scoffs, looking away and folding her arms. Sacky scoffs, looking away and folding her arms.Kirby floats up, a cloud of smoke around him. “I have good news and bad news.”“Go on,” you say.[1/2]
>>42982466[2/2]“The good news is there is a bottom,” says Kirby. “The bad news is that it’s full of obsidian spikes.” Well, good thing you didn’t go down first. “And it is also above the average height that humans can be expected to survive falls. I did notice there were some caves leading further into the mountain, which leads me to believe that there may be a cave system within this mountain where we may be able to find the Atlas.”“Good, good.” You stand up, and look down. “So we go down, grab it, head out with Kozminsky, simple.” All you need is rope, which you have plenty of thanks to Rana. You start staking down a hold for the rope.“We can’t all go down there though,” says Sumire. “Someone has to stay up here and keep this rope from being taken.” Agh. That’s right. Fine. Well…Who should stay behind?> Rana> Sacky> Sumire
>>42982486> Rana, Sumire and SackyWe can solo this, we just need the others to keep Knives and her goons from coming down after us.We go down with Kirby.
>>42982486>> SackyThe japs and krauts will figure a way in anyway, so we'll need all our heavy firepower down there.
>>42982486> Rana> Sacky
>>42982486Rana and Sacky. Caves will be close-quarters, and we need a competent sharpshooter eye keeping watch for us. Although we may need a warning system if they DO show up.
>>42982486> RanaBest and most reliable.
>>42982486> SackyPlucky local girl who knows how to hide and tie a spare rope.
> Rana> Sacky“Rana, Sacky. Can you two hold up here?”Rana grins, then immediately grabs Sacky and hugs her from behind. “She’ll be like a colored little sister to me!” Sacky looks up at her, annoyed.“That’ll leave me, Sumire, and Kirby. You guys ready?”Kirby nods. “As always.”“Sure, sure.” You hand the rope off to Sumire. “Why are you sending me first?”“Because I know you like the view,” you mutter. She quietly laughs, carefully climbing down the rope. Kirby clings onto your back as you go down after her. As you descend down into the darkness of the mountain, you can hear Rana talking with Sacky.“Alright, Sacky! Here’s the skinny! We’re going to defend this rope with our lives! If anybody wants to get past us, they’ll have to go through us! We’ll be like the heroes of the Seminole Wars or the Stonewall men of Manassas! You keen on that? … I’ll take your silence as a yes!”Sumire shakes her head, looking up as you climb down. “She’s hopeless.”“Not entirely,” you say.After a very long time of descending, you do indeed find the spikes that Kirby was referring to earlier. Thankfully you aren’t flying down and impaling yourself on it. The two of you drop down safely around the spikes and look around. Several cave entrances. “Alright,” you say. “We’ll go this way.” Sumire nods, rubbing her hands together and projecting out an electric light from her hand. “Oh, that’s useful.”“You should learn to use your magic more outside of fighting, Libby,” says Sumire as she leads the way. The light from her hand gives you incredible sight beyond the smoke and the ashes. “Seriously, I don’t see you use your magic a lot outside of doing up your hair or anything.”You brush your hand through your hair as a nervous action. “Ah, well. It’s one thing to use power responsibly, but where do you draw the line?” Sumire scratches her chin, thinking. “That’s a rhetorical question.”[1/2]
>>42983506[2/2]Sumire rolls her eyes. “You know, why do Americans ask questions and yet don’t want people to answer them?”“Same reason you ask for money and yet don’t expect to do any work.” She grunts, walking alongside you. Your voices and breathing are the only things you can hear through this cave. You can’t even hear any air escaping, which would be useful to hear. It would indicate alternate ways out. The caves are at least spacious enough for two of you to stand side by side as you walk, with only the slightest need to hunch over. The rocks are particularly dry and crusty as you walk, sharp crackling like firecrackers as you step.“So how’s your mom doing?” asks Sumire.You look back. “Why?”“Oh, just striking up conversation as all.” She shrugs. “I mean, we’re going to be down here for a while. I don’t want to get bored or…” She looks around, immediately scooting into you as you keep on moving. You noticed there was some sweat running down her neck too, and her eyes were shifting quite wildly. “Just, yeah.”“Are you scared of the dark?” you ask.“No!” she yells. “I’m scared of cave-ins and getting trapped and running out of oxygen!”“You realize that if we talk, we’re going to use up oxygen faster, right?”“Stop scaring me!” she shouts.> “Fine. Fine. My mom’s doing okay by the way.”> Talk faster> “Okay, I won’t prod.”> OTher
>>42983523> “Fine. Fine. My mom’s doing okay by the way.”Let's be diplomatic.
>>42983523>“Fine. Fine. My mom’s doing okay by the way.”
>>42983523>> “Fine. Fine. My mom’s doing okay by the way.”Also, can you guess how many tons of stone there is above our heads right now?
>>42983523> Talk fasterbully
>>42983523>“Fine. Fine. My mom’s doing okay by the way.”How's your various debts, since we're asking awkward personal questions
>>42983523> Talk fasterBully.
>>42983523> “Fine. Fine. My mom’s doing okay by the way.”
>>42983523>“Fine. Fine. My mom’s doing okay by the way.”>>42983595Do not bully the Japanese mercenary. Next thing you know, you'll start bullying the formerly-homeless tech geek, and then a line will be crossed.
>>42983691> bully the Sumire
>>42983773She's already claustrophobic and scared of the dark. Bullying will just make things worse.
>>42983773Why so mean anon.What did the nice mercenary do to you?
>>42983523>comfort Sumire, hug her
> “Fine. Fine. My mom’s doing okay by the way.”“Oh you know, I was thinking about how much stone is right above our heads right now, Sumire. You could build the White House two times over with this mountain alone!”Sumire narrows her eyes, glaring deeply at you. “I don’t like being bullied.”You chuckle a little. “To answer your question, my mom’s doing okay. She’s mostly retired to work the museum down in DC.” You never thought you would see your mom with a nice haircut, a pair of smart spectacles, and in a sharp but pretty little dress curating the museums and teaching at the local university down there. No wonder her classes are jam-packed full of boys and very curious girls. “Why do you ask?”“Just wondering,” says Sumire. “Just need to keep my head off of cave-ins you know?”“Fair enough,” you say. “Hey, maybe we can head down there instead of Gettysburg. I do need to visit her anyway.” The two of you really made up and became mother and daughter again after your adventure to Atlantis. Mister Cody and his daughter are pretty well-taken care of as well within the SSO, helping with research into anomalous technology and mechanics. And despite his repeated efforts, Mom can’t really see past the whole “metal man” thing. “My turn to ask you though. How are your debts?”Sumire puffs her cheeks out, whistling a bit. “Ooooh. Erm.” You roll your eyes. Here we go. “The mafia doesn’t count as a debt, right?”“I thought you settled that.”“I did.” She shrugs, looking away. “I may have gotten a new one,” she says.“Well, I’m not going to give you money to pay them off,” you say. “It was your decision to go shooting dice with them late at night and deciding you had the luck of the Irish. You can do an Irish accent, Sumire, and you can certainly dance like you’re Irish. But unless you start farming potatoes and start dying your hair red and start playing the fiddle, you’ll never be Irish.”“What have you got against the Irish?” asks Sumire.[1/3]
>>42984189[2/3]You sigh. “You know, in elementary school, back where I used to live. There was this family of Irish immigrants who were the loudest, rambunctious group of people I have had the pleasure of knowing. They were the Murphy family, and their two daughters and five sons made elementary school a living hell for me.”“Really?” Sumire giggled a bit, scooting closer. “This I gotta hear now.”“I’ll tell you later,” you say. You grab Sumire’s wrist and force it forward, revealing a fork in the cave leading left and right. You decide to go right, feeling a slight hunch to it.“Come on, tell me now!” begs Sumire. “Did you show those buck-eyed Irish folk what for?” She holds up her fists, wagging them up and down like an Irishman would. “Oi, da tater season is comin’ real fecking good!”“Look it’s a long story. I don’t want to bore you.” Sumire groans, folding her arms as you start creeping through a narrow passageway. “Can you believe this, Kirby? She’s leaving me hanging! It’s like she’s denying me the best of it!”“I do not see what you have against the Irish. One of my fellow Messengers by the name of Mosby reports that all girls he recruits from that region are fellow dedicated fighters.”“I’m not questioning that,” you say.Sumire huffs. “What ethnicity are you even?”“French,” you say. “On my mom’s side.” Sumire grins with the most smuggest expression you have ever seen. You shouldn’t have said that. You should not have said that. She leans over, quirking her brows. “What?”“Est-ce que tu es aussi doux que tes yeux?” she says flirtatiously. You have no idea what that means. Mom did have a slight French bend to her dialogue but she never spoke French to you, so it’s not like it has any meaning of course.
>>42984220[3/3]“Not that kind of French,” you say. “The family comes from Normandy. You’re thinking of Paris.”She sighs. “Typical.” She shakes her head, pouting a bit.And with that, you come up to a large ravine. Sumire shines her hand forward, revealing the steep drop downwards. The jump to the next part is tolerable though but-The earth shakes, and immediately Sumire hugs you tightly, nearly choking the air out of you. What was that noise? Is something happening up there? It occurred to you now that you didn’t set up a way to speak with Rana or Sacky up on the surface. Oh great, just great. You look over at Sumire, who shakily and fearfully hugs you. She looks over at you. “… what?” she says.> Grin> “Nothing.”> “You’re choking me.”> Other
>>42984242> GrinSumire isn't the only bully around here!
>>42984220Translation (French to English)"Are you are as sweet as your eyes">>42984242> Other"Rana, your hands are way to close to my ass."
>>42984220>Est-ce que tu es aussi doux que tes yeux?Thats actually pretty cute, shame Libby can't into french.>>42984242>Grin
>>42984242>> GrinThe answer to her previous question is "perhaps."
>>42984278Given she's not even here, that'd be quite prudish from Libby anon.
>>42984242> Grin> “Nothing.”Gotta combo it.>>42984220Cute.
>>42984242>GrinThe shit-eatingest grin ever grinned.
>>42984242>Hug her back
>>42984242We know her weak-point now. Besides Libby.
>>42984455So, what? Throw her in a broom closet, lock the door, and walk away for 15 minutes?
>>42984511Wonder if she sleeps with lights on...
>>42984455>>42984511>>42984540Note: She's fine with tight spaces, things potentially falling and crushing her, and eye-blinding darkness as long as they're kept separate.All together though is a different story.
>>42984581Ah, so she hates spelunking, then.
>>42984625Briefly read that as spanking; was confused and disappointed.
>>42984581>She's fine with [...] things potentially falling and crushing herShe's okay with people sitting on her?
>>42984704I bet she likes it, that feisty little minx.
>>42984242> Grin> “Nothing.”
>>42984242>> Grin>> “Nothing.”
> Grin“Hehe…” You look away, keeping your eyes up. You can’t keep your lips from turning up in a grin. Oh this is just precious.She lets go, puffing and huffing in embarrassed anger. “Whatever.”You shake your head. There’s more important things to worry about now. The earth is shaking outside. That could mean a couple of things. It could mean the Japs have caught up and the Spirit of Fire is now under attack. It could mean that the Magisch Korps has caught up and Rana and Sacky are fighting them off. It could mean the Earth is exploding out there which would leave you and Sumire as the only living humans on earth. You shudder at the thought, you quickly push it out of your head. You’ve got the mission to think about now.And with a running start, you jump across the ravine. Sumire is next to follow. You go deeper into the cavernous systems. You wonder how far down these caves go into the mountain. Or if you’re even still in the mountain. Now that would be a surprise. Sumire continues following closely, looking around, twitching at every little noise.You take a quick sniff. “Sumire, do you smell that?”“No, what?” She takes a whiff, then she pauses. “Wait, I think I smell it too.” She takes another whiff of it. “Is that water?”“Yeah.” You start following the scent down the hole. As you go down, you start hearing it too. Rushing water. Sumire grins, happily laughing as you begin making progress. Kirby hangs onto your shoulder as the two of you go from carefully walking to near sprinting towards the source. Whatever it is, it could be a way out. It could be the Atlas, it could be a lot of things! Just something other than cave!You find yourself facing a hole now, barely big enough for you to fit. “Stand back!” You summon your shield from your ring and spin it up. You saw right through the hard rock and stone and create a bigger entrance. After a swift kick, you and Sumire bust in.[1/2]
>>42985425[2/2]And find yourself in an underwater lake, lit up by the reflections of glowing crystals upon its ceiling. This cave was big enough to fit an entire Zeppelin, engines and all. The sparkling water shimmered all across the black rock walls, and it was as clear as the Chesapeake Bay on a cool Sunday afternoon. “Whoa.” Sumire steps up, looking around.…“It’s a whole lot of nothing!” yells Sumire. “Where is it!?”“Well, obviously they must’ve hid it,” you say. “Kirby, is there any way you can track it?”“If I did, I would not need you,” he says. Fair point. Ask a stupid question you get a stupid answer.Sumire sighs, kneeling down by the water and splashing her face wet. “Whatever. I’m just glad to get out of those caves.” She rubs some water upon her neck and down her chest, sighing in relief. “God, that feels good.” You shake your head, checking around the edges of the lake, looking behind rocks and behind pillars. Nothing, absolutely nothing.“It has to be here somewhere,” you say. You look over into the lake. Although the waters are clear, there are very clearly nothing but large rocks inside of it.Where do you start? The earth shakes again. “I don’t think we have a lot of time left,” says Sumire. “We gotta find it and we gotta find it now.”You sigh, rubbing your face in frustration. You take another look at the lake. Rocks, rocks, steel, rocks.Wait.You narrow your eyes. Steel? Something beneath those rocks looks shiny like steel. It could be… or it could not be… Maybe? You quickly start unbuttoning your blouse and your trousers. “Whoa. Libby.” She squints at you. “Giving up already? Knives isn’t even here.”“Shut up,” you say. “There’s something under the water.”> “Stay here. I’ll be right back.”> “Clothes off. Now.”> Other
>>42985451> “Stay here. I’ll be right back.”Much as the other option sounds fun.
>>42985451> “Clothes off. Now.”
>>42985451> “Clothes off. Now.”So forceful~
>>42985451>> “Clothes off. Now.”H-how bold of you, Libby!
>>42985451> “Clothes off. Now.”Who needs guards? Gotta get that shiny thing. No way will Knives be absent when we surface though.
>>42985451>“Clothes off. Now.”The fated battle against knives in our swim-wear is upon us.Rejoice.
>>42985451>“Stay here. I’ll be right back.”Get bored. Nap. Get captured by Nazis. The usual.
>>42985451>“Clothes off. Now.”
>>42985720I feel we should strive to remove the Nazi part from 'the usual'.
>>42985858Then it would be unusual.
>>42985858Maybe this time we'll get captured by the IJA.
>>42985921Not if it happens enough times!Say NO to Nazi stalkers!
> “Clothes off. Now.”“Clothes off. Now.” Sumire’s eyes are wide, then she quickly starts stripping out of her clothes. “You and I are going for a swim.” After stripping down to nothing but your underwear, the two of you quickly dive down into the depths of the lake. Kirby follows alongside you, creating air pockets around your mouth and nose for you to breathe in. You bring yourself down to the level of the little steel, then begin pushing and shoving rocks out of the way. Sumire shoves one rock off, revealing an inscription upon it.Mobilis in mobiliSome sort of weird language. Probably Latin. If you guess wrong you’re never going to live it down. Soon enough start uncovering more and more of the steel. Finding it in the shape of a cigar, but huge, almost like some sort of submarine! Actually, it was a submarine! With a sharp needle-like prow at the front this thing looked almost like some sort of sea monster. You had to find some sort of way in.And Sumire finds it, what appears to be a hole through the hull. Well, it looks like your Atlas might be a bit wet. The two of you swim in, then breach the surface in an air pocket. Sumire brings up a hand of light again, keeping you in the light. “Exactly why did we just swim in our underwear into an old submarine?”“No time for the swimsuits, sorry, Sumire,” you say. You start trudging through the dirty water, and she groans. She must have really wanted to see you wear that. “What kind of submarine is this though?”Kirby looks around. “I have heard rumors of some sort of metallic sea monster terrorizing the oceans during the 1860s. This may have been the culprit.” Oh really? Hm. You step through an old rusted metal door into what appears to have been a fabulous state room. An old organ was set aside, the wood rotted and littered with holes, books strewn about, apparently having been lost to the flooding, and old artifacts molded and rotted by time and the sea. “Search around. The Atlas may be here.”[1/2]
>>42986986[2/2]“Alright,” you say. You start looking through books here and there, flipping through them. Nothing, nothing, nothing. Sumire as well simply tosses books around, trying to find them. “Actually open the books, Sumire.”“What difference does it make? We’ll know the Atlas when we see it right?” You roll your eyes. Why does she have to be so stubborn at the wrong times.“Wait. Up there.” Kirby points up, to another door, a much heavier and much more reinforced one. Nothing you can’t handle. Your shield bashes it down, and the two of you step into a lavish Captain’s quarters. Any paintings on the wall have long faded away to age. Jewels and valuables sat upon a chest of drawers next to a luxurious bed. And in a chair was a skeleton, dressed in an immaculate Captain’s uniform.And in that skeleton’s arm was a very thick looking book. That must be it. You quickly step up to it and open it.And your eyes are nearly blinded by the incredible blue light from within. Out of the books shoots out a three-dimensional picture of the world at large, divided by grids. Each square of the grid was labelled by some sort of indiscernible language, which constantly flahed into another symbol. This was not Latin. It wasn’t even Atlantean. This was something different. You grin, laughing a bit. “Sumire. We found it!” You look back. “Sumire!”Sumire was busy stuffing gold and gems down her bra. You stare at her, disgusted. “What?” she says. “He doesn’t need it!”“Fine, keep it,” you say. “But we found it!” You hold out the Atlas to her. “This is the Atlas of Forever!” You turn a page, and are immediately greeted by another planet. “Whoa!” This one is a lot larger than Earth. But you see the familiar indentations of continents and islands upon it. Sumire stops her hoarding to gaze in awe at it with you. You keep on flipping through, seeing more and more planets upon it. This wasn’t just an Atlas for the Earth.This was an Atlas for the Universe.[2/3]
>>42987018[3/3]Curiously, you poke one of the continents on the planet. It immediately disappears, with a flash of red language across where it once was. Did you just sink a continent? You hope nobody was living there.Wait.“Sumire. I think I just sank a continent.”“Oh.” She blinks. “You think you can sink Okinawa?”“Sumire, that’s not the point!” you yell. “Think about this! At the press of a finger and at- at the-“ You’re stammering. Dang it. “Look. Think about it this way. If what we do affects the current geography of the world now…” Oh no. Oh no. No. No. No.“What?” Sumire squints. “What are you talking about?”“The Japanese and the Germans are in Alliance. Both have very good reasons to want the United States out of the way. We oppose everything they stand for.” Good God. “Sumire, don’t you see?”She shakes her head. “What?”“They want the Atlas to sink the continental United States.”
>>42987047Sounds bad. Maybe stop them I guess.
>>42987047And that's it for tonight's Chapter of Magical Girl Liberty. Tomorrow's going to be a chapter of Tank Witches of Orussia. Hope you all enjoyed.Follow at: https://twitter.com/GermanSchteelAsk at: http://germanschteel.tumblr.com/See you next time.
>>42987100Thanks for running Schteel!Lewd.
>>42987100Thanks for running, boss.
>>42987100Thanks for running.
>>42987100Thank you for running GS!
The Atlas is too dangerous to be used!
>>42987100Thanks for the fun, boss.
Thanks for running Schteel