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About The Quest~
Consider this quest a sandbox-ish quest(there's still a plot tho), you'll be meeting different species and doing whatever you want with them, anything goes, there's no-write in that's too lewd, stupid, crazy, dumb, like i said anything goes
You'll decide what to do with the tribes and species you'll meet along the way, want to turn their female/male population into submissive wrecks while the other dominates them? Want to drive them into extinction? Want to unify all the species of the area and make a kingdom out of them with you at the helm? Sure, go ahead, if the majority is ok with it you can do it
I'll provide you with possible actions, suggestions as well as an option for a write-in
Keep in mind that English isn't my first language so there will be a few typos and grammar errors here and there, if and when you see one of these feel free to point them out and correct me.
I would appreciate feedback after the session is done
Now, let's get started
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So
What happened last time?
You made better houses for everyone and got some people interested in builiding stuff, your two wives pregancies advanced normally as well as your daughter's and the orphan's, the gatherers started farming and Daarta took a liking to it,You made more rawhide for armor which the tribespeople designed and Silas started taming predators for the tribes use.

You also got people to believe in Evangeline which brought her to your world and you spent the night building her a house her size for her to sleep in.
Did i miss anything?
Previous thread
>>1209591

Discord server for announcements and schedules
https://discord.gg/HEwsF
Continuing story in next post
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>>1239566
So assuming you finished the house and went to bed with your family and Varu and had a restful sleep.

You wake up with between Varu and Daarta but as always they're still asleep.

What do you do?
>Get up and write-in something to do (1d100 for sneaking)
>Wait for them to wake up
>Write-in
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>>1239623
>Wait for them to wake up
Also, I noticed you kept Ira single, OP
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>>1239623
>Wait for them to wake up
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>>1239627
>>1239633
Most of the time you sneak out to do something but this time you decide to stay in with them, once again you drift off to sleep with them. I doesn't take long for them to get up but they stay with you for a while before waking you up and heading outside, Ira and Silas get woken up due to the sounds of you and your wives preparing to get up and they also prepare to leave with you. Once you're outside there's the normal group around the fire having breakfast so naturally you join them and get some breakfast too, the people around you are particularly cheery and happy, probably due to what happened yesterday with Evangeline. Once everyone is done with their food they all start getting ready for their day after saying their goodbyes, Ira and Silas grab their gear and join the other hunters while Daarta heads to the farm and Varu returns home to craft arrows and whatnot.

Evangeline hasn't left her home yet.

You're left alone with your thoughts next to the fire.

What do you do?
>Accompany Silas and Ira
>Help Varu or Daarta
>Write-in an invention
>Write-in
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>>1239731
>Accompany Silas and Ira

Because why not?
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>>1239746

Need a 1d100 to see how well the hunting goes
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>>1239731
>Accompany Silas and Ira
Sure.
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Rolled 16 (1d100)

>>1239760
Here
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Rolled 4 (1d100)

>>1239760
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Rolled 14 (1d100)

>>1239760
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>>1239767
>>1239771
>>1239772
I-Impossible.
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Rolled 72 (1d100)

>>1239767
>>1239771

Oh, well. Those are low.
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>>1239779
>>1239772
Oh, I didn't see the third roll. We are fucked.
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>>1239779
Taking this cuz im nice

Unless y'all want me to use that 1ý
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>>1239828
Oh, no. Please, fell free to take that 72 whenever you like.

What would taking that 4 do to us, though?
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>>1239850
A parasite
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>>1239878
Yep, I though so. Take the 72.
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>>1239891
Going to sleep, see you tomorrow.
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>>1239767
>>1239771
>>1239772
>>1239779
>72

So
You take the bow Varu gave you alongside some hide armour, say goodbye to your wives and join your kids, they're pleasantly surprised when you anounce you're going with them before heading off into the forest.

Once the gorup is at a reasonable distance from the village you separate in groups of five and head out, you're onbviously paired with Silas, Ira and two kinda beefy males who seem to respect Ira quite a bit. Despite Ira's pregnancy she's still quite capable of hhunting and manages to bring back a few kills, Silas also manages to get a few but you can see he's troubled by it, maybe he normally doesn't do this but since you're here he's probably doing this to show you he can properly hunt and actually do something else besides bringing home more animals. The other men also get a few kills.

Something of note is that you find some discarded loincloths made of animal furs, they dont look like your people's since they use leaves.

At any rate you get back to the village after regrouping with everyone else. Daarta and Varu are happy to see you when you get back and each moves in to hug and kiss you before letting you go to strip the animals and prepare the meat for cooking. When everything's finished its nighttime so you and some hunters start to impale some meat on some clean sticks and prepare them for dinner, it doesnt take long for everyone else in the tribe to grab a stick and start to cook it, when your family call out to you you clean your hands with some leaves and head over to them, as you eat dinner with them you notice Evangeline hasnt showed up since yesterday.

What do you do?
>Check up on her
>Its probably nothing, just keep having dinner
>Write-in
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>>1239977
First,
>Hug Silas and thank him for trying to show us he can hunt today. But we love him and he doesn't need to hurt himself that way. If he loves animals, he doesnt need to harm them. Everyone has a role in the tribe, he doesnt need to be the one kill.

>Check for Evangeline

>>1239974
Night, anon.

>>1239977
You can stop anytime, OP.
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>>1239982
>You can stop anytime, OP.
what'reyoufoockinggay?

Its 10:25 right now so im going to be here for a while

As you're having dinner you ask Ira to give you a seat next to Silas before hugging him and thanking him for showing us he can hunt and bring food to the tribe, he's about to speak but you cut him off by telling him you love him no matter what and that he doesnt need to hunt if he doesnt want to, he's already helping a lot by bringing and taming animals, and you also know how much he likes animals and nature so he doesnt need to hurt them if you're with him, you finish by telling him that they have enough hunters in the tribe so he doesnt need to kill like them to be useful, he's the beast master tamer and he's already pretty useful to the tribe. He looks ecstatic when you're done and he hugs you tightly as he rests his head on your shoulder before his sister takes the chance to join in, he thanks you for your ecouraging words before letting you go, you stay with them for a while before you stand up and go check on Evangeline. When you arrive you find her giant house empy with no signs of anyone leaving which somewhat worries you.

What do you do?
>Ask around the town to see if anyone's seen her
>Ask Varu to come over to tell her the news
>Panick
>Shes probably out doing her own thing, just let her comeback at her own pace
>Write-in
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>>1240060
>what'reyoufoockinggay?
I only offered because you now only have one anon playing :(

Here:
>Ask around the town to see if anyone's seen her
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>>1240067
Since you're a little worried you start asking the people around the fire if they've seen her but everyone says they haven't and after a while some of them get suspicious and head over to her house before proceeding to freak out about their goddess not bein here. Once Varu hears about this she also goes to check it out before she starts freaking out too, soon almost all of the tribe is freaking out about it. Once things get out of control you try to calm them down but all of your attempts are muffled under all of the other voices.

What do you do?
>Try calming them again (1d100)
>Head to the tent and wait for this to die down
>Go look for her
>Check Shrine
>Write-in
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>>1240067
And yeah im going to stop here, kinda want to play some Titanfall
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Rolled 97 (1d100)

>>1240135
Ugh, mortals.
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>>1240142
That's cool. Take ca--
>>1240144
Holy shit

Yeah, so take care.
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>>1240144
Great.

>>1240135
>First, calm try calming them again.
>Then, check the shrine.
>If she is not there, try praing.
>If there is no responce, go look for her.
>If that fails, try to contact her by sleep.

OP, what happened last time we slept? I think we skiped it.
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>>1240144
>>1240837 (elaborate plz)
>97

In an attempt to calm them down you stand up and yell at them at top of your lungs to calm down, the sheer volume of your words is enough to draw all the attention to you which makes their freaking out die down and in a few seconds all of the commotion is now dead. Now that everything's calmed down you head to the shrine to see if anything changed but the shrine remains in the same way as it was last time, not one thing has changed, growing more worried now you close your eyes and call out to Evangeline, you focus all of your senses on trying to hear anything but the only thing thing you hear inside your head is too low for you to make out.

Need a 1d100 now
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Rolled 6 (1d100)

>>1241023
About to have a test. Wont be here for an hour.
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>>1241031
Dayum
Good luck bby
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Rolled 31 (1d100)

>>1241023
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Rolled 77 (1d100)

>>1241023
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>>1241031
Good luck.
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>>1241031
>>1241050
>>1241066
>77
So
You close your eyes and focus on hearing anything and after a few minutes you start hearing... snoring? Kinda sounds like her actually so she's probably sleeping at her own place, now that the mystery of where is Evangeline has been solved you head to the fire to announce that you've found her, once you explain the situation to everyone they all properly calm down and continue with their activities albeit a little worried. Eventually dinner dies down and everyone heads to their house.

Anything you wanna do before joining your family?
>Write-in
>Nah
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>>1241097
>Nah, but tell them about the loincloths that we found. Varu needs to know of this, it conserns her (and now, our) people after all.
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>>1241139
Sorry for taking so long, I was busy.
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>>1241139
>>1241144 No probs my dude


You head over to you house and call out to Varu to talk privately about the clothing you found on the forest, once you explain your concerns about the owners you Varu seems quite distressed by the event and says she'll tell the hunters to be wary of anything suspicious, after that the two of you head back into the house once more to go to sleep, once you're both settled in you fall asleep minutes later still worried about those potential neighbors.

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You open your eyes to find yourself in Evangeline's bed next to her, she's asleep and snoring heavily and when she feels you close she slowly scoots next to you before resuming her soundly sleep.

What do you do now?
>Get up and wait for her to wake up(1d100)
>Wait for her
>Get Frisky
>Write-in
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>>1241171
>Wait for her, enjoy yourself while doing so.
>If she takes to long, wake her up by kissing her
>Once she wakes up, act like you normally do. When you find it apropiate, ask her if she can see where your 'neighbords' are.
>If the mood is the correct one, Get Frisky.
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>>1241041
>>1241076
Thanks, boys ;) I did pretty good.

>Find marker and draw on her face
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>>1241197
>Enjoy yourself
What do you mean bruh?
thighjob while she's asleep or....?
>>1241203
Roll to see if you can find one
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>>1241197
Uh and this, yeah

I highly doubt she'd be able to see our "neighbhors" but Itd be nice to ask.
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Rolled 24 (1d100)

>>1241213
No sleep sex please. Its kind of creepy. Just make enjoying ourselves this.
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>>1241220
And another 1d100 to sneak out
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>>1241213
>>1241220

I was thinking more along the lines of 'enjoy her touch', or 'cuddle with her'
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Rolled 39 (1d100)

>>1241223

>>1241225
Can we draw on her first, please?
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>>1241220
>>1241235
>39 sneaking
>24 finding a marker
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>>1241235
I am not going to stop you, but with your rolls...

Let just have some affectional cluddle, and maybe a little frisky?, ok?
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>>1241238
>>1241235
Not with these rolls
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>>1241235
>>1241220
>>1241031
What's up with my rolls, today?
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>>1241242
Sure
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>>1241242
>>1241255
>>1241197
>>1241225
>>1241216
You don't wanna wake her up when she's enjoying her sleep, not that you could given her size and how deep her sleep must be when she's snoring this loud so you make yourself comfortable with your back against her breasts and cuddling closer, you start dozing off after a while but you pull yourself awake and move closer to her before planting a soft kiss on her lips to wake her up, she moves around slightly before lazily opening her eyes and returning the kiss followed by a sleepy "Hey" Once the both of you are awake she takes you to the recently made kitchen for breakfast, you tell her you're not hungry but she tells you to shush and let her repay you for everything you've done for her. She sits you on a wooden chair in front of a table before she materializes her apron and gets cooking, you maintain friendly conversation while she's cooking and you're filled with the delicious aroma it gives out but you can't identify what is the after a while when she finished she brings it to you and you still cannot identify it but it looks great and dig in nonetheless and by god, it's deliciosa, she summons another plate and brings it to the table before sitting down. The both of you enjoy your meal eventually during it you ask if she's seen anything related to the possible neighbors but she only tells you she's felt them a few times but nothing more. After a while you're both finished and chatting about random things, it's not sexual by any means but it could be if you wanted to.

What do you do?
>Get frisky
>Go to sleep
>Write-in something to do in the house
>Write-in
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>>1241311
>Ask her about if she can produce wood with ease, like the wooden ball in which we woke up once (if we don't already know.) If yes, ask her what she thinks about using thay to make a wall/defences around the village or shields with it. Tell her there is no problem if she doesn't want to, it is not like we need a wall, or that we asked the tribe if they want one in the first place.
>Take a bath with her.
>Get Friky
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>>1241323
Couldn't finish it and I gtg guys
I have a bit of Internet on my phone so I'll try to post while I'm out
L8er
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So, I got an idea.
Since Taius hasn't been doing nothing important for the tribe, why don't we have him training other blue people?

What makes a longbow different from other self-bows is its strengh. So, if we make the blue people stronger, they will be able to use stronger bows! (or at least use them more efficiently. I have never used a heavy bow, but I imagine that needing to put all of your strengh everytime you draw your bow doesn't go along with shoting multiple times, or confortably)

And maybe we should keep a variety of smaller/softer bows, for training and small prey.
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>>1241620
No. Have them begin practicing. Have them begin exercising as Taius does. They will learn how to use stronger bows. Carrying 140 lbs in one arm, using precisely your biceps, shoulder, and back muscles (which is a lot), isn't as hard as it sounds. With some proper exercise, they should be able to do so within a month or two with a full quiver or more of shots at a given period in time.
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>>1241953
Ok, but I still want to have Taius being the one training them, that way we make him useful and give him autority.

If I remember correctly, tge guy rolled high when exersising for the first time, he knows what he is doing.
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>>1242082
Sure, I never contested with that idea. What I typed didn't either.
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>>1242091
Ok.

Also, I did some research and it seems that some macuahuitl were one-edged and/or pointy.

Since I think backswords are better than arming sword (especially if they have a false edge), maybe I can think of an improved desing based on the following video.

https://youtu.be/9jUhUcsoQ5Y
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>>1242311
Come to think of it, a backup edge will surelly help considering our weapon's materials...

Fuck it, let's just make them pointy.
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>>1241953
>>1242082
So i kinda forgot to bring my phone so
Sorry
I'll start in half an hour or so
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>>1242329
>>1242311
Dude, unless if the macuahuitl you mean to make is the one in the picture I provided, one that isn't the same as the one you provided yourself in the last thread, then no, a single-edged macuahuitl will not suffice. And can you share a picture where you can attach another side? It doesnt really seem plausible to me, unless if youre removing the two "wood walls" to insert flint edges. But if that's the case, you'll have too much unnecessary weight, dead weight. And you cant use this video if we're using the form of your macuahuitl, or the form you presented in your image, because it does not abide by the same dynamics. It is not a full-blade weapon. If anything, the macuahuitl is more a spiked club than anything. I would prefer the form in the pic I provided, honestly. But if we must go with your original form, then double-edged. And dont bother adding a point. It wont be used for stabbing, like swords are use, but rather to extend the range of a cut. Though obviously, the cut wont be deep, given the size of the flint. Or we can risk it and add a longer piece with the trade off of breaking it easier. For the form I propose, a point is extraneous and I dont see how you can effectively fit in unless you keep the uppermost edge of the blade absent to make room.
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>>1242364
It's cool. Take your time.
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>>1242369
I agree with almost everything.

BUT,
>And can you share a picture where you can attach another side?

What do you mean by this? The most common macuahuitl already has 2 edges.

>unless if youre removing the two "wood walls" to insert flint edges

What do you mean by 'wood walls'? The macuahuitl is made from one single piece of wood with 2 thin groves on the side where the flint edge in place.

>And you cant use this video if we're using the form of your macuahuitl

A macuahuitl has a thick center that tenpera to the sides. One less edge means we can aboid reduaing one side, making the weapon heavier, but I was not interested in that. I wanted to give it a more narrow edge, making it better for cutting. But considering that flint breaks againts hard material, being able to swich the edge is a very good advantage.

>It is not a full-blade weapon. If anything, the macuahuitl is more a spiked club than anything.

That is totally wrong, and we specified for them to not be made that way.

Do you really think an empire could only make such crappy weapons?

The macahulti having a saw-like shape is just a stereotype (pic related lf some properly made macuahuitl).

>It wont be used for stabbing

Why? Our sword have an continous even edge, is should't offer too much resistance. Though it won't be as effective/easy as any metal sword, given the thickness of the wood, but it is not like it would be that difficult. We have spears made the same way than our swords, after all.

>Though obviously, the cut wont be deep, given the size of the flint.

Is this suppoced to be the tip or the entire sword? Because I don't think the point would extend that far from the wood for it too be a problem, and I imagine that flint sharpness+wood weight+speed of a sword point in a swing would make wonders. Thoug it is truth that our current desing (the secong from the top in the pic) whould be better at that.

Mmm, maybe I will keep them like that just for cutting power.

Also, what do you mean by 'given the size of the flint'?

We are using blades that aren't wide at all.

>Or we can risk it and add a longer piece with the trade off of breaking it easier.

Pretty sure the size of the blades wouldn't affect how often they break, because of the wood and glue helding them in place.

In fact, I think that we are using the longer blades we can make.

https://youtu.be/dMYBIW3-rb0
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>>1242522
Ups, forgot the pic.
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>>1242522
>>1242527
And it is not as heavy as you may think.

Between 2 and 5 kg (since ours are one handed they are closer to thr 2 kg).

Spread it the shape of a sword, it is actually quite manegable, and not as slower compared to a sword as you may think. Though they are still slower, wecause the weight distribution is not as good, a mase is a better comparation. But if they are used the same way mases or a warhammers were used, there should be no problem (IIRC, you make us of the inertia by keeping the weapon moving instead of trying to stop it.)
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>>1241323
Remembering what happened with the wood you found yourself trapped in once you decide to ask her about it and how does she manage to do it, while also mentioning the idea of building a wall around the village to protect it, but you don't press her on the matter since you would need to ask the tribe if they're okay with it.

"Well i did that because you kinda passed out in the middle of the camp and it would be embarrassing if everyone saw you like that, I made the ball out of wood using some of the influence I had and the wall would need a constant stream of energy put into it so it can stay up, i could try it but we would have to work something out with the town"

After a while when you're both properly finished she takes everything and puts it in the fancy sink before you take her hand in yours and head to the bath. You both discard your clothes before jumping in, you stay a while relaxing and playing around and eventually you end up making out which eventually leads to one thing then another and so on, by the end you're both sticky and sweaty but the water of the tub quickly washes it off. You're a bit tired but you still have some energy same as Evangeline.

Anything you wanna do before dozing off?
>Nah
>Write-in
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>>1242609
>Nah
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>>1242522
>And can you share a picture where you can attach another side?
you're the one who said you can have a one-edge and just tack on the seconds edge whenever
>What do you mean by 'wood walls'? The macuahuitl is made from one single piece of wood with 2 thin groves on the side where the flint edge in place.
Did you not say you can remove the wood in the first thread? Nonetheless, this agrees with the point I made after about dead weight.

>A macuahuitl has a thick center that tenpera to the sides. One less edge means we can aboid reduaing one side, making the weapon heavier, but I was not interested in that. I wanted to give it a more narrow edge, making it better for cutting. But considering that flint breaks againts hard material, being able to swich the edge is a very good advantage.
Which is why i said if we're using your form, go double-edged. Otherwise, the single edged in the image I provided.

>That is totally wrong, and we specified for them to not be made that way.
I am certainly not. The weapon is a freaking long prehistoric hatchet.

>Is this suppoced to be the tip or the entire sword? Because I don't think the point would extend that far from the wood for it too be a problem, and I imagine that flint sharpness+wood weight+speed of a sword point in a swing would make wonders. Thoug it is truth that our current desing (the secong from the top in the pic) whould be better at that.
THat wasnt the point of what you linked. What I said is that the flint piece wouldnt be long enough to do real damage unless you heat an already cut area or at the neck, pelvis, forearm or wrist, or clip the Achilles tendon. Many of these areas are extremely difficult to hit with such a long weapon.

>Also, what do you mean by 'given the size of the flint'?
As in it being too short to cut deep enough. I specified this.

>Pretty sure the size of the blades wouldn't affect how often they break, because of the wood and glue helding them in place.
It definitely would. The shorter, the less likely to break. The longer it extends out of the weapon, the easier itll break. It's not only considering the material durability but also basic civil engineering and physics principles.

>>1242559
4-11 lbs? I dont know if you've ever swung a bat or sword but maintaining even 6 lbs with an extended object in order to swing it and retract it for a second swing is not easy.

>you make us of the inertia by keeping the weapon moving instead of trying to stop it.
They're all going to die because of you. This leaves you extremely open and is only viable when a. you have pretty good freaking armor b. both hands are free to maneuver the weapon and swing it with an effective degree of power, which by the way leaves you with no shield and c. this weapon is definitely not similar to war hammers and DEFINITELY not maces so you're just going to fuck yourself over.

>>1242609
>Warn Evangeline we may be going into war soon. But we will try to prevent it if possible.
>Sleep
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>>1242648
>Warn Evangeline we may be going into war soon.

Eh, why?

Isn't it a little to soon to think that?

Even less to go around saying that?
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>>1242631
>>1242648
You think back to the clothing you found on the forest and warn her that the tribe might get into war soon if the new neighbors aren't friendly, she seems worried at your words and nods in understanding before you move next to her and make yourself comfortable, once you're about to doze off you feel her take you up in her arms and carrying you.

You fall asleep as she starts drying you off.
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Next morning you awaken between your wives once more, they're still asleep as always and it's up to you what do you want to do.

Time for another time skip?
Not much else to do now but skip time if you don't plan on moving on.
Write-in what to do and how much time you're going to skip.
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>>1242674
No. And note the "may". I dont know if theyll be hostile but she needs to be prepared. Even Native Americans, sharing as they were and practically Utopian within their own societies, warring was common place.
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>>1242697
>Advance bows
>Make one-sided
>>1242369
Pic-related
>Begin excercise regime with Taius as the "coach" of the tribe. Everyone should be significantly stronger and faster in at least two months. And I mean SIGNIFICANTLY.
>begin practicing with tribe on guerilla war tactics and basic infantry-archer formations, both synergizing woth animal companions. Perhaps begin crafting armor for the animals as well.
>Love children lots. Love wives lots. Keep Evangeline happy.
2 months skip
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>>1242648
>you're the one who said you can have a one-edge and just tack on the seconds edge whenever

Yes, we just make the wood center for a two-edged macuahuitl, add one adge and than dd the second later.

On the new shape I was talked about I was talking about shapes designed especially on taking advantage of having only one edge. It is pretty obvious given that I said:
>One less edge means we can aboid reduaing one side, making the weapon heavier, but I was not interested in that. I wanted to give it a more narrow edge, making it better for cutting.

In this shapes I didn't think about adding a secong edge later.

>Which is why i said if we're using your form, go double-edged. Otherwise, the single edged in the image I provided.

That is... pretty much what I we could do in >>1242311

Then I desided that the posible advantages of one-edge desing were overhelmed by the usefulness of having a second edge on a weapon of this duravility.

>I am certainly not. The weapon is a freaking long prehistoric hatchet.

In this I strongly disagree, the actual example we had was destroied and all we have is an ilustration, and it is far more refined that what we usually think. The weapon was't (so) slow as to leave you open (I think. It's to say, it's common sence), and you had a shield.

>What I said is that the flint piece wouldnt be long enough to do real damage unless you heat an already cut area or at the neck, pelvis, forearm or wrist, or clip the Achilles tendon. Many of these areas are extremely difficult to hit with such a long weapon.

Well, IIRC, it doesn't matter what shape the weapon has, you are never going to make a really deep cut if you only cut them with the tip. Saing that the tip is not long enough is like saing that is the only sharp place of the weapon. By your logic, if you make two identical hits with two different weapons, and with a flint point that adds more range, then if the one with the flint tip only makes a superficial cut the other wouldn't even reach the target.

Adding a point is not suppoced to increase cutting power, is suppoced to allow trusting.

>The longer it extends out of the weapon, the easier itll break.

Oh, by bigger you meant it sticked out of the weapon more?

Sure.

>They're all going to die because of you.

In my defence, I think you misunderstood what I meant by
>you make us of the inertia by keeping the weapon moving instead of trying to stop it.
I took it out from a Skallagrim video were he talks about maces, I don't really know how to explain how he said maces are used so I maybe fucked up my explanation a little.
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>>1242774
You okay with
>>1242739
?
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>>1242697
>Try to look for fine fiver.
>Introduce waving (it should be easy)
>Since it would be unfair to have someone working all the time on it, propoce it like a hobbie, basically, make waving machines for every house.
>If posible, make new armor: gambesons. (15 layers, arround half an inch thick)
>Ask the women if they are okay with a piece of armor (be it leather or padded) that wraps around the chest, tell them they would only need to wear in dangerous situations, like hunting dangerous wildlife, or if they want to.
>This world's plant are completly alien, maybe you find something crazy, like trasparent fiver, yeah, the tribe surely would like that.

Combine with >>1242739
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>>1242806
>>1242739
Ad start having our gatherers domesticate poisonous plant life for war.
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>>1242774
>Yes, we just make the wood center for a two-edged macuahuitl, add one adge and than dd the second later.
Got it now.

>>One less edge means we can aboid reduaing one side, making the weapon heavier, but I was not interested in that. I wanted to give it a more narrow edge, making it better for cutting.
The sharpness of the blades are determined by the flint pieces. Remember, this isnt a full blade sword so you cant use the video for reference on that. And if you want better cutting power, then yes, single-edged is the way to go. Even in the video it said the one-edged swords have the potential for greater cutting power.

>In this I strongly disagree
Nope.

> The weapon was't (so) slow as to leave you open (I think. It's to say, it's common sence), and you had a shield.
Already addressed this.

>it doesn't matter what shape the weapon has
I never referenced shape.

>you are never going to make a really deep cut if you only cut them with the tip.
Which is what I said. But your weapons only gives us tips, many tips.

>Saing that the tip is not long enough is like saing that is the only sharp place of the weapon
What?

>By your logic, if you make two identical hits with two different weapons, and with a flint point that adds more range, then if the one with the flint tip only makes a superficial cut the other wouldn't even reach the target.
You failed to understand what I typed.

>
Adding a point is not suppoced to increase cutting power, is suppoced to allow trusting.
Already addressed this. You cannot THRUST with this weapon. First, the flint piece would be too short. Second, the equivalent of thrusting with this weapon is thrusting with a table. No. Just no. This weapon in incapable of effective thrusts. It was never made for thrusting. It was made for cleaving.

>In my defence, I think you misunderstood what I meant by
I didnt lol

I took it out from a Skallagrim video were he talks about maces, I don't really know how to explain how he said maces are used so I maybe fucked up my explanation a little.
Like I said, they're completely different weapons that use different combat mechanics.
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>>1242806
>Once/if enough gambesons are made, start replacing the rawhide coats with padded coats (same thickness as gambesons)
>Belts will greatly improve the armor weigh distribution, you should be able to make the with leather/rawhide and bone/horne.
>If there is contact with the your the loincloth onwers, try to be friendly. Self defence is ok, just don't be the first one shoting the arrows.

>>1242814
>It would be funny if in the end they end up being friendly and laid-back. And I am agains this actitude of constant peeparation for probable threats, it just make us look paranoic.

>Do all activities related to war preparation with an actitude of 'just in case' and 'it is not loke we are going to use it if we don' have to'
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>>1242851
>>It would be funny if in the end they end up being friendly and laid-back. And I am agains this actitude of constant peeparation for probable threats, it just make us look paranoic.

That wasn't supoced to be greentext.
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>>1242851
>>It would be funny if in the end they end up being friendly and laid-back. And I am agains this actitude of constant peeparation for probable threats, it just make us look paranoic.
No. That's just me. And Im fine taking all the burden.
>Do all activities related to war preparation with an actitude of 'just in case' and 'it is not loke we are going to use it if we don' have to'
Of course. Except for exercising and practicing battle tactics.
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>>1242795
Equipment:
>Advance bows
>Make one-sided
>>1242369 (You)
Pic-related
>If posible, make new armor: gambesons. (15 layers, arround half an inch thick)
>Once/if enough gambesons are made, start replacing the rawhide coats with padded coats (same thickness as gambesons)
>Belts will greatly improve the armor weigh distribution, you should be able to make the with leather/rawhide and bone/horne.
>Introduce waving (it should be easy)
>Since it would be unfair to have someone working all the time on it, propoce it like a hobbie, basically, make waving machines for every house.
>>Ask the women if they are okay with a piece of armor (be it leather or padded) that wraps around the chest, tell them they would only need to wear in dangerous situations, like hunting dangerous wildlife, or if they want to.

Tribe:
>Begin excercise regime with Taius as the "coach" of the tribe. Everyone should be significantly stronger and faster in at least two months. And I mean SIGNIFICANTLY.
>begin practicing with tribe on guerilla war tactics and basic infantry-archer formations, both synergizing with animal companions. Perhaps begin crafting armor for the animals as well.
>And start having our gatherers domesticate poisonous plant life for war.

Family:
>Love children lots. Love wives lots. Keep Evangeline happy.

>>1242851
>If there is contact with the your the loincloth onwers, try to be friendly. Self defence is ok, just don't be the first one shoting the arrows.
OP wouldnt do this while we aren't active.
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>>1242846
>In this I strongly disagree
>Nope.

>Which is what I said. But your weapons only gives us tips, many tips.

>What?

Oh. Oh, dear. You, you weren't talking about tips ALONG the edge, were you?

I was talking about a tip in the, well, the tip of the sword, for trusting attacks.

I think you have the completly wrong idea about how a maquhuitl actually looks like.

You see, the flint blades are closely put one mext to the other without space in between, making a sword-like constant, straight cutting edge. And it is not saw-like, it is chiped to make the whole thing is even.

Here, this series actually shows how a maquahitl looks like. You can skip the secong one.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=oqtxDz5tW6k

Dicontinous edges or saw-like blades are sings of porly made replicas.
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>>1242906
Yes, my dude. I know how they look like lol. In that context, I didnt mean tips as in a point, but the farthest point of a blade--the edge. But I was also talking about thrusting tips so no, I haven't misunderstood a thing. Sorry for the confusing wording on my part though.

Ad you were still wrong. The guy himself even said that this is more for chopping e.g. a HATCHET. Maybe I was exaggeratting when i said it was practically a club, but I was more specific with my second example. This weapon is more a hatchet as we know it rather than swords as we know them.
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>>1242874
I FORGOT!!!
>Carve shields.
>If there are no suitable trees or you simply don't want to cut so many trees, make woven shields (pic related)
>reinforce them with rawhide (for wooden shield use hide glue, obtained from boiling hide). You can also face the wooden ones with cloth instead.

I need to go to sleep, see you tomorrow.
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>>1242932
Oh, ok then.
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>>1242739
>>1242806
>>1242814
Another two months pass

At the beginning of the two months you ask instruct Taius to start training people which in time those who participate which are most of the tribe grow more fit and faster as time goes on.

Since you're not experienced or knowledgeable on tactics and stuff like that you stick to Archer and Infantry formations involving archers on the trees while having the stronger fighters below, you also try to have the tamed animals work more with the hunters to build up their capabilities to work together more easily, they don't really get why you're doing this but once you explain your suspicion and when more signs of the new neighbors start popping up everyone begins understanding your actions. You make sure to also take care of your children and wives while all of this happens, their pregnancies advance normally but Varu now looks almost ready to give birth, naturally Varu, Ira and Daarta don't get as much training due to their pregnancies but they still do what they can to learn.

Evangeline continues to pop in and out almost daily, sometimes she spends a few days here before leaving one night and returning the next day, you also maintain your relationship with her both in your world and hers.

During these months you try to find some fiber and what do you know? You actually find some semi transparent fiver that when you propose to the women that they use it to protect their exposed breasts they gladly incorporate it to their armor. Later on when you introduce weaving the leaf bags are quick replaced with more durable woven baskets with the new fiver you've found, with its transparent property it becomes easier to point out which basket holds what which makes the tribes life a tiny bit easier.

With the help of the knowledgeable gatherer lady you're able to make poisonous salve to coat the blades and arrows with in case it's needed.

You also discover more plants and vegetables of this land, spices even, with these new additions to the food supply you're able start making better food, the spices help in varying the menu and you even make bigger clay pots to make stew with, everyone in the tribe is grateful to you for the new variety in food.

As time goes on you start seeing more signs of your new neighbors, sometimes there are left behind spears or more clothing, your closest encounter with them is when you spot a couple in the distance during one of your trips to the river, from afar you see a figure a bit taller than Varu covered in something Grey from top to bottom standing on two legs, the only other thing you can make out its its frame which looks humanoid too, something atop it's head twitches before getting on all fours and running away in your opposite direction.

With all of this going down you're not able to find time for different armor.

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Did i miss anything?
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You wake up once more with your family next to you, today it's cleaning day so that means you'll have to go to the river, everyone is still asleep though, and you can hear people already getting ready to leave, you can wake them up and leave with them but you could also let them go and wait for them to wake up before leaving.
You hear Evangeline's voice from time to time, it sounds like she's organizing the trip while everyone gets ready.

What do you do?
>Wake them up
>Wait for them
>Leave alone 1d100
>Write-in
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>>1242976
>Since you're not experienced or knowledgeable on tactics and stuff like that
You learn some basic tactics in history class. Like Soviet Russia's Scorched Earth.
>>1242976
>Wait for them
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>>1243002
You decide not to wake up your heavily pregnant wives and daughter so you lay back between them and wait for them to wake up, eventually the noise from outside grows louder and Evangeline's voice gets closer to your house before she pops her head in while kneeling outside the door.
"Hey Noah! Everyone's ready we're waiting on you so... "

Her voice makes everyone else inside move around before waking up, you tell her you'll follow them when everyone here is ready, she nods and says goodbye before exiting and telling everyone to follow her. Your family takes a bit more to properly wake up but when everyone is up you exit the house with everyone behind you before grabbing some light breakfast for the trip before you get on the path to the river. As you continue on your path you notice from time to time some nlack and grey figures zip among the treeline in the distance, you're the only one that has noticed this so there's no panick from your people.

What do you do?
>Speed it up
>Walk normally
>Run with them to try to catch up to Evangeline
>Call out to Evangeline
>Write-in

My phone went from 30 to 15 to 5 to 1% battery in seconds, that's why it took so long for me to write this.
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>>1243104
>Walk normally
>Whisper prayer to Evangeline "they're here, around my family and I" or something along these lines

Now we have insectoids? Ridiculous. They'll make good protein for our diets.
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>>1243104
If she could just put up a barricade around everyone (and her) but us, that would be great.
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>>1243131
>>1243160
Alright
ill finish my post tomorrow m8

Ill still hang out on the other thread tho
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>>1243228
Sure.
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>>1242967
Great.

>>1243131
Well, I don't see why they would be insectoids. I am not saying they couldn't be, but all we know is that they are grey and black.

>>1243104
>Walk normally
>Whisper prayer to Evangeline "they're here, around my family and me" or something along these lines

I say be make friendly contact with them. Gifts generally help on first contact situations.

OP, are we wearing our coat, leave loincloth and/or some of our new clothes, or are we going around butt nacked?

Some of our clothes could be good gifs, especially our coat or clothes made from, well, cloth.
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>>1243637
>>1243637
Read the post before that. About the time skip. They have something on their heads and twitch. Very much like insects. Especially the head piece which we can assume is a set of antennas.

Im not saying they certainly are insect-based anthropoids but the facts make it likely.
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>>1243270
>>1243637
So
My phone died and refuses to charge, Ill have to stick to the computer for now
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Sorry to hear that.

I asume your phone stopped working for good this time?
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>>1243751
Which means i wont be able to play while posting :(
>>1243131
>>1243637
You continue to walk normally and when someone looks around you quickly get their attention, eventually the things start getting closer and you spot them more regulalry, as you walk with your family you call out to evangeline, you tell her that your new neighbors are here, they're around you and your family, you nervously ask her if she could put up a barrier around you while the rest of the tribe arrives. A few moments pass before the ground around you rumbles and moments later thick walls made of tree roots emerge from the gorund around you, evryone starts freaking out but you remind them that this is Evangeline's work, you needed this because something is out there, they all grow worried at your words before bundling up together, as time passes you hear them get closer, it almost sounds like a pack of wolves, they snarl sometimes or growl as you hear them circle the wall around you.

What do you do?
>Poke your head out to get a look at them
>Remain inside and wait
>Call out to them and hope for a response
>Write-in
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>>1243754
HOLY JESUS
SHE LIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIVES
23%
WOOOOOOOO
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>>1243754
Hurrhurr predatory behavior. We did the right thing.

>Only ask Evangeline if she can see wahts going on outside and to tell us
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>>1243754
>Tell the group to be on guard, but to not attack unless needed.
>Call out to them and hope for a response
>Knock the wall at a rhythm. If they reply with the same patter, well, at least they are inteligent.
If so,
>Poke your head out to get a look at them, but with caution, especting the best and preparing for the worse.
>If they don't try to kill you, congratulatuons! You might be able to make friendly contact with them! Don't get oberconfident, though.

I don't want to intimidate them with numbers.
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>>1243760
This, too.

And asume that they are most probably depredatirs, if they don't responde, or act violently, wait for the tribe.
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>>1243767
One step at a time, man. I typed "only" for a reason. Information first. Wait until the next post to act. Theyre snarling and whatnot. This is aggression. Anpassive organism would merely probe out of curioisty. And we may then just want to be completely silent to trick them into thinking we're no longer here, compelling them to leave.

Also, its obvious they communicate in a similar manner of insects. They sejd and recieve signals, and hunt in a pack, though I have a feeling they work more as a hive then a wolf pack.
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>>1243777
I don't think we can thrick them as if they were animals. They have spears, and clothes, after all.
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>>1243782
So did cavemen. They were pretty dumb. And its they wont waste time circling a bark dome of they arent certain their efforts will be fruitful. Feeding a pack/hive is NOT easy.
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>>1243784
And so did our tribe, amd they seemed fine to me, though I can compel with waiting for more information.

I still want to see what is their responce to our knocks, though.
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>>1243782
And they are animals. We are too.
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>>1243792
>>1243791
So... whatre you guys doing?
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>>1243792
Ok, you got a point there. Let me rephrase it.

As if they were non-sentient animals.
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>>1243791
We CAN wait actually. We arent hungry. But they are, enough to coprdinate a hunt after one of them caught our presence earlier.

>compel with
Comply with

>>1243799
Mine:
>>1243760
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>>1243802
All animals are sentient.
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>>1243799
This >>1243760.
And if the other anon agrees,
>Knock the wall at a rhythm. If they reply with the same patter, well, at least they are inteligent.

Then we will act based on the information we get from that.
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>>1243807
Ok, just, you get the idea, right?

Not so inteligent/behavior based on instincts.
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>>1243809
No, no knock yet. Wait until next post. Believe me, silence can dupe humans as well. Its all about planting the seed of doubt that will bloom ajd make them reconsider their choices. Will they risk further hunger and I waste precious time? Or will they ever wait?

>>1243813
lol yes

Dolphins and chimps are pretty intelligent. So are cats and dogs and a load of other animals.
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>>1243760
>>1243805
>>1243809
As the noises around you get louder you call out to Evangeline once more, asking if she can see what's going on around you, but you only get a small response of "I dont know, they dont look like anything i've seen before"
You thamk her again before returning to your scared family, whatever is out there starts scratching at the wood and sometimes the scratching reaches the top of the wall before sliding back down, you also start hearing some sort of communication that's made of strange sounds they're making.

Suddenly you hear Evangeline's voice inside your head telling you to stay there a bit longer, they're almost there. A few seconds pass and you see a makeshift grappling hook thrown over the wall before latching onto the walls edge, the sounds from outside turn into cheery sounds and moments later the cratching outside slowly but stedily climbs the wall.

What do you do?
>Stay there and wait for Evangeline
>Try to get the hook off (1d100)
>Throw a rock at whoever is climbing up when it pokes its head in
>Write-in
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Rolled 70 (1d100)

>>1243853
>niggers have a grappling hook
FOR WHAT? WE'RE IN A FOREST!
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>>1243858
You dont know, they could climb for sport who knows?

So you're shooting it down then? i'll need one more to see if you mnage to knock it down
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Rolled 93 (1d100)

>>1243853
Well, fuck.
>Try to get the hook off (1d100)
>If you succed, try knocking at the wall to see how they responde,
>if you fail, don't attack inmediatly, see how it act and respond acordingly.

Told you we wouldn't fool them. I still don't want to attack them, though. That being told,
>If he/she/it attacks you, defend yourself, and if possible don't kill her/him/it
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>>1243868
Because that eas on the assumption that THEY DONT HAVE GRAPPLING HOOKS? FOR SPORT? WTF. BULLSHIT. AND YOU DON TAKE TOYS IN HUNTING TRIPS.

No, diplomacy wont work with these lot. They came to kill, wont so we return the favor. Butcher most of them to edtablish dominance and do leave no room for argument that we are NOT prey. After than, force them into submission. Thrn welcome them in open arms.

This will not be war. This will be slaughter. Fend them off, return, reorganize, and recuperate. Then pursue them today.
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>>1243876
But what if the guys only wanted to go climbing with us?
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>>1243876
Holy fuck

Okay, if thats how you want it to go down

>>1243868
You supporting him or?
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>>1243886
No, I don't. Even if they are hostile, we can force them to submition without need to kill them.
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>>1243888
Actually, cant we ask Evangeline to make anoter wall? In a way that they would be trapped between the 2.
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>>1243890
>Cornering them in when they have access to our area

Lurker here, that sounds like a bad idea
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>>1243890
Close them in a prison of wood huehue
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>>1243876
Didnt you make the same assumption when the horde came over?
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>>1243898
That is a good point, let's not scare them.
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>>1243898
Silas has still has that anthro-cat thing doesn't he? That probably has something to do with it
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>>1243895
eyyyo

>>1243897
>>1243888
So you're trapping them with some more walls?

And i need another 1d100 to see if you notice something
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>>1243902
The cat thing is on the camp since it doesnt like water
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Rolled 84 (1d100)

>>1243903
No, we aren't.
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>>1243910
Today is our lucky day.
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>>1243910
I Need you guys to settle on what are you going to do then
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>>1243912
I am going for >>1243868
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>>1243910
For future reference
>93 hook
>84 notice something
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>>1243915
Basically, we try diplomacy.
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>>1243903
>if you notice something

They aren't using metal hooks, are they?
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>>1243918
I guess we're waiting on Sadist Anon
This time I'll remember to bring my phone so expect posts while I'm out
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>>1243909
OKAY! So I was in a no-internet zone and Ill be going back after this. But first:

Not cat.
1. Cat not gray
2. Evangeline said ahes never seen anything like them. So not cat.

>>1243898
Was it not the most rational. Admittedly, hey didnt display aggressive behavior. But these are. If you dont want to mislead us, careful how you write.

>>1243915
Skip everything there.

>remove hook
>notice something
>try diplomacy
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>>1243970
They may be playing, is why, or are eager to play (the cheers). But just in case, prepare for battle. Warn everyone and Evangeline.

Also, what kind of forest goddess has red hair?
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>>1243868
>>1243915
>>1243970
>93
Fearing for your family's live and yours you grab a stone that's sitting next to you and throw it at the stone hook, the sheer force of your throw manages to push it with enough force to break the hold on the wall, there's a sudden continuous scratch on the wall followed by some confused and annoyed sounds from the other side of the wall, the voices outside suddenly sound more coherent and almost familiar yet completely alien to you.
>84
After a few lines of conversation between each other it hits you, it sounds like a modified version of French! There's new words thrown in and a few are pronounced different or are spelled different but it definitely sounds like French.
Do you know French? Roll or if you actually know it just say so.

You knock on the wall a few times on the wall which earns you a few concerned sounding words from outside, in the distance you hear Evangeline's voice alongside multiple footstep of the townspeople, the strange voices from the other side start sounding worried and dim a little.

What do you do?
>Depending on your French roll talk with them
>Write-in something to tell at Evangeline
>Ask Evangeline to tear down the wall
>Try to climb the wall 1d100
>Write-in
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Rolled 90 (1d100)

>>1244328
FRENCH
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>>1244337
Je suis une amie. n'ai pas peur.
I am a friend. Do not fear.
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>>1244337
>>1244408

YOU ACTUALLY KNOW?!

Anon, you, motherfucker This is said with affection
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>>1244337
This roll to climb the wall since you said we can just write in for french if we know it, as I just reread and found out.
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>>1244436
I know a little Latin too. But foreign language definitely isnt my best subject.(Probably because of my stubborn assertion of not wanting to learn multiple languages.)
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>>1244408
Well shit i didn't expect you to actually know, i was going to keep it as German but I have plans for German

It's still going to be in English tho, i only know how to ask "what car is that?"
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>>1244531
lol I only know simple french so not a problem.
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>>1244337
>>1244436
>>1244408
Noah actually knows French!
You manage to make out that they should get you too, they already managed to get quite a bit of meat and bringing you to the chief would make this good hunt an even better one. You try to communicate with them by yelling over the wall that you're friendly, they respond by talking among them about how do you know their language but they shrug it off and tell you to calm down in their own strange way before throwing another hook over the wall to start climbing again.

Evangeline and the tribe remain at a distance when they realize you can communicate so they stay back to let you do your thing.
>90
Now that you know they're somewhat sentient you figure you should climb the wall to meet then, the inward face of the wall is easy enough to climb due to small pockets engraved into the wood which you don't know if Evangeline's to thank for that or not, your family is quite distressed about your decision but they trust your decision and let you climp. You manage to get to the top before the neighbors and you find it still halfway up the wall.

They look like overgrown wolves walking on two legs, they're covered in thick Grey/black fur from head to toe, their feet and hands have thick dull claws fit for gripping instead of fighting while also having soft pads on both their feet and hands, their face is more monstrous than anything resembling a wolf's face, they look made for cold conditions, not for this warm forest

You're taken back by their beastial features but they look excited to see you before one of the ones on the floor says something about you looking like the Chief and his wife. The guy climbing continues to struggle to make his way up.

What do you do?
>Write-in
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>>1244877
>chief and his wife
Boi.

Tell him we have our own family near. If he continues to climb, we will need to stop him.

Tell our family to go to Evangeline. Then tell our goddess to keep them safe.
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>>1244877
Tell them we would like to meet their chief. We have not met our own kind in a long time. Their chief would be as well.
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>>1244877
>Raise an eyebrow.
>Tell the one climbing to hear us out first.
>Tell them to that if they still want to 'hunt' us, to stop it. It would be a waste to let this oportunity to make good relationships go to waste. They treat us with respect, and we do the same. And we are pretty sure that their chief wouldn't be happy if they ruin this.
>Tell them we would like to meet with their leader.

Let's try to be diplomatic.
Also, if after that they are just too stuborn to reason with:
>"I warn you, people dear to me is with me. If you come closer, the hunters will face the hunt."

Because Bloodborne is cool.

>>1244941

>Tell our family to go to Evangeline. Then tell our goddess to keep them safe.

I don't see how you would do that, and doing so will reveal that the trive is near.
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>>1244941

>Tell him we have our own family near. If he continues to climb, we will need to stop him.

>>1244998
>Tell the one climbing to hear us out first.

Combine this.
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>>1244998
Is it not obvious that they are? And their numbers are too low to pose threat to our tribe. Also, the actions youve proposed is overdoing it. Like really dude? If anything, these guys seem like they really want to play.
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>>1244941
Oh wait, our family is within the bark walls lol
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>>1244877
These are my actions, OP. Minus the part about telling our family to go to Evangeline.
>>1244941
>>1244968
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>>1245010
>Is it not obvious that they are?

>Evangeline and the tribe remain at a distance when they realize you can communicate so they stay back to let you do your thing.

The fact that they still want to 'hunt' us suggest they didn't realise. After all:
>their numbers are too low to pose threat to our tribe


>If anything, these guys seem like they really want to play.

>they already managed to get quite a bit of meat and bringing you to the chief would make this good hunt an even better one.

Even if they wouldn't hurt us and/or they are playful, our freedom is at risk.

>Also, the actions youve proposed is overdoing it.

Oh, forgive me if I made them sound too serious, I just like being technical somethimes. This is suppoced to be done with a laid-back/not too worried actitude, hence the
>Raise an eyebrow.
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>>1245054
>our freedom is at risk.
And this is a problem because I believe respect is needed for good relationships. I want them to see us as equals.
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>>1245054
>Evangeline and the tribe remain at a distance when they realize you can communicate so they stay back to let you do your thing.
If you read before that. You would already know the pack is nervous.

>they already managed to get quite a bit of meat and bringing you to the chief would make this good hunt an even better one.

Who said we're going alone? Who said we're going unarmed? Who said they're not going to meet us half-way?

For being the Spartan in this thread, did you really expect me to be so lenient and foolish?

>Oh, forgive me if I made them sound too serious, I just like being technical somethimes. This is suppoced to be done with a laid-back/not too worried actitude, hence the

Youre not. Youre just saying too much. Accusing them of too much. Keep it brief and simple.
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>>1245070
>If you read before that. You would already know the pack is nervous.

Already knew that. It is just that I though they had their own reasons for bwing nervious.

>For being the Spartan in this thread, did you really expect me to be so lenient and foolish?

Well, you said I was overdoing it, so I thougth you wanted to go on a different direction.

>Youre not. Youre just saying too much. Accusing them of too much. Keep it brief and simple.

Our votes are practically the same, so... yeah, I can do that.
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>>1245101
>Well, you said I was overdoing it, so I thougth you wanted to go on a different direction.
Im actually quote the pacifist. But we have a family. As soon as I percieve a threat I will be as ruthless as need be. If I dont I will not. But I will always be cautious.
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>>1245101
As for them being nervous. Maybe. Maybe not. They should have better hearing than us. Its how they heard us that time and brought a whole pack back.
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>>1245119
>Its how they heard us that time and brought a whole pack back.

When? Now?

They don't seem to be that many. Just a hunting group that saw us and desided to hunt us.

I am not saying they don't have better sences, though.
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>>1245141
They didnt just see us. Dude, reread the time skip post.
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>>1245141
>>1245144
So What're you guys doin?
>>1244941
>>1244968
>>1244998
This right?
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>>1245150
Pretty much, but have in account this >>1245024
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>>1245169
Taking a bath and starting again in half an hour
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>>1245024
>>1245169
>>1244941
>>1244968
>>1244998

When you start acting defensively and telling him that it's in his best interest not to hunt you he stops climbing and laughs in unison with the people below.

You misunderstand me friend, we do not intend to hunt you, we've had a great hunt! Bringing you in would just make this already great hunt better because the Chief asks us to bring in more people like him to the tribe!
With the new information you relax and help him up on the last steps, you notice he's much taller than you now that he's next to you, now that you now they're friendly you tell him you would like to meet his chief since you haven't met anyone like you in a long time. He says something in his unknown dialect to the people below which makes them hooray! In unison before telling you to come down so you can be on your way since it's a long trip back home.


What do you do now?
>Write-in
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>>1245519
Tell them to wait. Return below to hug and kiss our family. We will return soon. Also tell Evangeline and to keep an eye on us. We don't trust them.

We don't know what their human wants us for. Keep your guard up, other anon.
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>>1245547
>Soon
Nope
You're walking a lot, like two times what you traveled with Daarta to find the blue people.

Anything else you wanna do before leaving?

And im waiting on u Ever-changing anon
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>>1245577
How many days? I refuse to miss our child's birth. If that's the case, the walking poodles can go find another human.
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>>1245577
If we'll miss our children being born, then we should wait
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>>1245628
>>1245609
It's not going to take you more than a month geez, a week at most
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>>1245648
A week!? We're not going to see Varu, Ira, Daarta, or Silas for a week!? No, man. Tell the wolves that their chief will have to come halfway to us. We have a tribe to protect too.
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>>1245655
You okay with turning them down Ever-changing?
And if you're there
Lurker?
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>>1245705
I'm just here for the ride, go with them, acquire plot
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>>1245727
Fine.

This:
>Tell them to wait.
>Return below to hug and kiss our family. We will return soon.
>Tell Evangeline to keep an eye on us. We don't trust them.
>We don't know what their human wants us for. Tell tribe to keep their guard up.
>Tell the entire tribe we will likely return in one week's time.

Better make this worth it, OP.
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>>1245746
Geez im not forcing you, things will happen but differently
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>>1245727
>>1245746
so u guys going then?
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>>1245828
Yes. Be ready to cuck the chief's wife...joking
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Rolled 83, 97, 91, 67, 59 = 397 (5d100)

>>1245841
You ask them to wait because you need to say goodbye to your family before you leave, they all nod and say they can wait a little bit more, you jump back down onto the inside of the wall while the wolf jumps down to his side and say goodbye to everyone, they're all confused, worried and sad you're going away but you assure them you'll be back and that they're friendly, as the walls around you crumble and are pulled back into the ground you hug and kiss each one of them before walking towards Evangeline to give her the news, she shares the same feelings as your family and promises she'll try to look after you while you're out. You also tell the tribe to be wary of anything suspicious because you don't trust them, and that you'll be gone for a week, there's a mixed reception but everyone bids you farewell before you head out with the wolves.

Rolling for events along the way
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Man. Hate writing is awesome
>>1245945
>83
When you start your journey the first day you come across some more human supplies lying around, its a flashlight with another plastic container full of beef jerky, you nab em both and when you show it to the wolves they get all excited because their chief likes to hoard these, that night while you're chatting about random things and what not they grab the beef jerky and share it among the six of you.

>97
The next day as some mountains come into view and the air gets colder you come across another person! The wolves are ecstatic about it and soon enough they start stalking it, you're quite a reasonable distance from it so you dont really have a good look at it.
How do you go about this?
>Stop the wolves
>Go to meet him/her
>Wait for the wolves to get him/her
>Write-in
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>>1246066
>Go meet him/her
Tell the wolves to calm down. Humans have feelings.
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Rolled 1 (1d2)

>>1246073
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>>1246106
A chick?
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Rolled 52 (1d100)

>>1246106
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>>1246113
Nah
[spoilers] Unless you want me to change it :^)[/spoiler]
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>>1246138
Nah. We have enough women everywhere we go.

Going to bed now. Goodnight, OP.
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>>1246113
Im doing homework so my posts will probably slow down
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>>1246171
or not arrive until tomorrow
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So, I fell asleep by accident. Let's see what you have been up to.

>>1245519
>>1245746

I would have chosen to go with them, good thing you did it.

>Rolled 83, 97, 91, 67, 59
>83,97,91

Just as planed Hahahahahaha!

>you come across another person!

Great.

>>1246113
>>1246138
>>1246169

Yeah, waifus are ok, but we can just handle so many pregnancies.

Also, OP, why are there no older blue people? It has to do with their lifespan/mortality rate (before we came)?
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>>1246073
>>1246806
Ok
So
Since the wolves might give him/her a bad first impression of the land so you charge in and order the wolves to stay back, this would be a bad introduction to them, they slowly cease their stalking and soon enought they all come back to you with their ears flat on their heads before apologizing in unison. With that problem solved you head over to the person in the distance, as you move closer you motice it's a man around your same age and stature, he's got short black hair and he's a bit beefier than you, he's clearly scared about seeing a pack of giant wolves commanded by another human but he's still holding himself together, and he's also embarrased by his lack of clothing.

What do you do
>Introduce yourself
>Calm him down (1d100)
>Explain his situation
>Write-in
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>>1246933
>Calm him down (1d100)
>"Do you understand me?"
If so:
>"Ok, first of all. We mean you no harm."
>Introduce yourself
>Explain his situation
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Rolled 9 (1d100)

>>1246939
Forgor to roll
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Rolled 17 (1d100)

>>1246943
Oh, well. That is a shitty roll. I will wait before making the third roll
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>>1246943
>>1246944
Well, shit.
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Rolled 19 (1d100)

>>1246933
DEUS VULT!
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Rolled 21 (1d100)

>>1246933
>>1246939
>>1246943
>>1246944
Ok, here goes nothing.
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Rolled 81 (1d100)

>>1246951
>>1246950
>>1246945
>>1246944
>>1246943
kek
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>>1246955
KEK
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>>1246951
>>1246950
>>1246945
>>1246944
>21
Well
With the wolves around you you look pretty menacing which doesnt help, you ask him if he undertsands you to which he nods, once you have confirmation you can communicate you introduce yourself but you come across as evil due to the wolves around you, when you try to explain the situation he's in the atmosphere worsens when the wolves get closer to him to inspect him out of curiosity which makes him crawl away from you before standing up and running away.

The wolves turn around to face you with their heads tilted idagonally before asking you if they should go after him?
What do you do?
>Yes
>Nah
>Do it yourself (1d100)
>Write-in
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Rolled 61 (1d100)

>>1246978
OP, is that 81 his running roll?
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>>1247000
Oh fuck, I forgot to delete the roll.
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>>1247000
Yup
The wolves could get him no problem but you might want to catch him first
Your call
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Rolled 17 (1d100)

>>1246978
>Yes, and we will go after him, too.
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>>1246978
Both. Tell him to calm down. We're going to the same place, the wolves are leading us.
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Rolled 90 (1d100)

>>1247000
>>1247002

I wanted to roll, then I desided to ask first and I forgot to delete the roll, does it count?
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>>1247023
>90
...nevermind.
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Rolled 48 (1d100)

>>1247015
>>1247023
Okay
Rolling for event
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>>1247043
He gets eaten by an army ant colony
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Rolled 2 (1d2)

>>1247015
>>1247023
>>1247043
>90
You're not loosing the only other human you've met here! You order the wolves to follow him with you but that they shouldn't try anything before you get to him, thanks to the wolves and your little experience tracking you're able to find him pretty easily, but before you actually confront him you say that the wolves are taking you to another human who happens to be their leader. You and the wolves track him for a while until you find him bruised up on a clearing watch him from the bushes and calms down before sitting against a tree to wait for you, once he's calm enough you emerge from the bushes and help him stand up while the wolves stay behind, you explain the situation once more to him after introducing yourself once more, you learn his name is David when he gets the chance to introduce himself.

Thanks to running away from you he has a lot of bruises on his body which need treatment to prevent an infection.
If you wanna do anything about it roll a 1d100 to find medicinal plants.

When night arrives he's more relaxed around the wolves now that he knows they're friendly.

>91
On the next day when taking care of the morning business you notice yet another person!
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Rolled 97 (1d100)

>>1247069
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Rolled 17 (1d100)

>>1247069
Now its a chick.
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Rolled 100 (1d100)

>>1247069
A woman?
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>>1247069
>>1247072
Now
The Wolves and David are still sleeping
Do you wake them up or do you approach her on your own.

How do you go about this?
>Write-in
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>>1247072
>97
Ok, that is pretty high-

>>1247075
>A motherfucking 100

...well, I didn't expect that.
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Rolled 3 (1d4)

>>1247082
My 97 is for her tho
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>>1247088
>3
Oh
Boy
Any of u know Italian?
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>>1247088
How so?

>>1247092
If we don't, we have to roll for Noah?
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>>124709
You'll see
And
Yeh
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>>1247096
>>1247103
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>>1247092
A little. And we go ourself
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Rolled 4 (1d100)

>>1247080
>Go yourself
>Call her out, waving in a friendly manner, from where she can see us clearly while keeping our distance.
>Follow every dialoque with body language.
>Make it clear we mean no harm.
>Ask her if she understands you?
>Tell her our name while pointing at us. (if there is a language barrier.)
>Explain to her her situation (if we can understand each other.)
>Ask her if she is hungry.
>Tell here we have food.
>And other people (if we can understand each other.)

>>1247125
Enough to present ourselves?
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>>1247125
>>1247136
>4 on Italian
Dayum
You got two more rolls or show me a coherent sentence!
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Rolled 24 (1d100)

>>1247141
Here is the second one.

>>1247136
>And if she is naked, and you have your leater coat on, offer it to her, by leaving it on the ground and taking some steps back.
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>>1247125
Do you know enough to say we are friednly?
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Rolled 82 (1d100)

>>1247141
And the third one
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>>1247159
Ciao amore. Intendiamo non male.

Hello, love. We mean no bad.

Closest thing I could think of with my limited knowledge.
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>>1247181
>>1247170
Mmmmkay
That's enough
I gtg tho, I'll finish up the post while I'm out and post it
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>>1247200
Phone internet died so no posts until 8 :/
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>>1247125
>>1247136
>>1247148
>>1247170
>>1247181
>82 Italian
>97 for her situation

So Noah knows Italian too! What an interesting man he is!

Deciding It's best not to get the wolves involved you stealthily walk to where she/he is, as you get closer you notice it's a woman, and she seems to be doing quite well for herself, you notice her short wavy brown hair is well kept while also taking in her toned body, she's made a bedroll out of furs, she has a makeshift coat of furs over her with a Primitive bow and dagger strapped to her, at the center of the camp she has quite a few chunks of meat lying next to campfire. You sneak closer and call out to her, she responds in Italian which you actually know your way around, you tell her you mean her no harm while making sure to show that you're not carrying any weapons or anything dangerous, she relaxes once you've showed her you're friendly and you step closer into the camp while you introduce yourself and start explaining the situation to her, you learn her name is Alda and that she's clearly distressed about the whole thing but she's glad there's more humans around when you mention you're meeting with another person on your trip, she starts packing up the important stuff while you warn her about your companions while she continues packing up.

The wolves and David are still asleep when the two of you arrive

What do you do now?
>Wait for them to wake up
>Wake them up
>Hang out with Alda for the meantime
>SEDUCE HER!
>Write-in
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>>1248938
>Hang out with Alda for the meantime
She sounds enticing but nah. Let's keep this platonic.
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>>1248938
>Hang out with Alda for the meantime
>Tell her about our life. Both, before apearing here and our life with the blue people, no need to go too deep on details. Ask her about hers.
>If it takes too long, wake David and the wolves up for dinner.
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>>1248990
>dinner
*breakfast
>>
Well, it is time for me to go to sleep.

See you tomorrow.
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>>1248979
>>1248990
You sit back at a reasonable distance from them to not wake them up with your talk, you start off with friendly conversation before drifting off into details about you life before all this and how it's been after your arrival, you stick to family friendly stuff like the improvements and how you've advanced with your tribe, she's quite impressed with what you've managed and say's she would love to chek it out once you're done with this leader guy, she's had quite the boring life since she got here, just hunting and crafting stuff, nothing much. When you're about done talking you hear one of the wolves start wking up, when he realizes there's another human his eyes widden and his tail starts furiously wagging from side to side before he wakes up his brothers, once they're all up they sorround her to start inspecting her, she's a bit weirded out but she let's it happen and she even giggles when one of the wolves gets to feral and starts sniffing all over her, at some point David greets her with you translating for him.

After a while when the wolves are done everyone get's ready before you start walking again. When nuight falls she's more used to the wolves than David and she even plays with them sometimes when they start acting feral.

>67

The next day after everyone's morning bussiness has been settled you get on the orad again, during the walk the wolves sense somre prey which makes them get on all fours before they start hunting them, you, David and Alda stay where you are to wait for them to come bakc, after a while they come back carrying some carcasses for you to strip.

You come across a lake as night gets closer in which you all decide to make camp at.

Anything you wanna do before turning in for the next day?
>Write-in
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>>1249325
Just a headsup but homework has been kinda heavy this time so i might take a while to post, ill remain in the other thread tho since it doesnt take much of my time to write a few sentences
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>>1249325
Ask about the wolves' tribe. Ask about the chieftain and his wife. Then take a freaking bath because wow we never got to the river.
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So, I want to make a propoce for the next time skip. Basically, it is an improved defence system made to secure our village. Since it is the major threat we have at the moment, I will justify my plan on the effectivness it could provably have against parasites.

What do we know about parasites? They don't have equipment, they catch their prey before connecting with (neutralising) them, and they catch them by jumping.

We can judge by the village previous encounter with them that they are inmune/though enough against low-poundage bows, bone daggers, wooden spears, and wooden/stone(?) clubs/maces to disourage engaging, even with numerical advantage.

Effectivness of flint edged weapons and longbows is unknow.

Grabbing strengh seems greater than humans, though the fact that they can grab things with their whole body is into play. Lifthing strengh is unknow.

In regards to their inteligence, they seem smart enough to have define personalities and a culture. In regards to their culture, all we can guess is that when a parasite is in their last staje of evolving/pregnansy, they come to the aid of the transforming parasite (which most probably is needed) and aboid attacking the group the parasite desided to live with, to the point they choose to neutralise 'dangerous' individuals with non-letal means. Confirmation of this theory and more information regarding paradites society can be obtained from Dartaa if we choose to ask her, this information, including the understanding of the POV of the regular parasite may help in further encounter with them, and may even save some lives.

>Defences:
Anything that can dicourage them from going head-first into us. Walls cost too many resourses and work, and there is the pocibility they impede the village's growt/expansion.

Thus, I propose the use of chevaux de frise (didn't find a better name), the first barrier would consist of spikes at ground level (preferably made of sharpened flint), stability could be given by connectin this spikes to a solid base, we could shape tree logs into long boards for that. This would give some protection to the second layer of defence, which would be like pic related, ideal for countering the parasites jumps, but could probably be moved out of the way by large numbers of parasites, ence, the first barrier.

>Offensive:
We nees more dakka. As simple as that. The parasites seem to have unnatural thougness which probably is backed up with the ability to sustain great amounts of damage, semingly due to a probable complete lack of vital organs and vital spots.

Close melee combat should be avoided if possible. But in case it is unevitable/needed, shields effectivness in defleting a parasite charge is unknown, but the parasite taking hold of a shield after being deflected seems likely, spears capasity to sustain damage is unknow, thoug likely to be effective, effectivness in prolonged combat is unknow (will it get stuck? The paradites can take control of the wapon with ease?).
(Cont.)
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>>1249925
While everyone discards their little clothing you ask the wolves about their tribe before everyone starts to get in the water, the water's pretty warm despite the cool air around you, you spend a while asking the wolves about their tribe, you learns there's not that many of them, just thirteen couples with a few humans too, their tribe is pretty monogamous thanks to their chief who values long relationships and they're nomads, they hunt and forage for a month before packing up and leaving. The chief showed up one day with his wife already accompanying him, the wolves were in a pretty bad spot at the time and he helped them re-stabalize themselves, after that the tribe decided to name him their leader.

Once you're done with your questions you relax and use the soap plants around the water which seem to be a different species from the ones back home. Once everyone leaves the warm water the bite of the cold wind makes itself more noticeable which makes you an the other three humans reach to their clothing as soon as possible, the wolves on the other hand look way more comfortable now. You have dinner and talk among each other for a while with you translating most of it before everyone goes to sleep.

>59

Nothing interesting happens during your trip, eventually as the day goes on the mountains get closer and the cold grows, when night-time arrives you finally reach your destination, It's a village with a primitive stone wall surrounding it their houses consists of large tents that look easy to build and take down, when the wolves walk in you follow them to the main campfire, David and Alda are naturally nervous but you cool them down, when you arrive six she-wolves come running to their respective mate to lovingly greet them before shaking each of the humans' hands. The humans who are around the fire eventually join them to greet all of you, once they have all introduced themselves in their native languages and in French a beefy and bald man quite a few years older than you exits the largest tent with a beautiful woman following him closely, your human companions look nervous but you remain cool and wait for his approach.

How do you greet him?
>Write-in
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>>1252679
>We can judge by the village previous encounter with them that they are inmune/though enough against low-poundage bows, bone daggers, wooden spears, and wooden/stone(?) clubs/maces to disourage engaging, even with numerical advantage.
This is inaccurate. Especially concerning the numerical advantage. We've never hear of or experienced said encounters. You have to understand the parasites are more offensive-oriented than defensive.

>Anything that can dicourage them from going head-first into us.
>chevaux de frise
They don't charge. They prowl and leap like typical predators. This will only prevent them from rushing in. But our village is large and spacious enough to, if you still insist they will charge, still charge.

>The parasites seem to have unnatural thougness which probably is backed up with the ability to sustain great amounts of damage, semingly due to a probable complete lack of vital organs and vital spots.
I wouldnt say that. They have an amorphous body. But their vitals and organs are likely beneath the amorphous membrane. Scientifically speaking, you can't be alive if you dont have organs--even the simplest of single-celled organisms do. It has to do with fulfilling the life functions and maintaining bio-chemical equilibrium.

>shields effectivness in defleting a parasite charge is unknown
Again, they do not charge. But just for your own knowledge, spearmen would be ordered to take front to face cavalry charges to puncture horse, causing them to fall and bring their riders down with them. In this case, it would be more effective to have one person lift and hold a large shield, near the size of their body, to withstand the impact as another person directly behind them, their partner, thrusts their spear forward and into the parasite.
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>>1252768
"Hello, my name is Noah. Before we proceed, I would like to know the purpose of having my presence requested here. I would imagine my two other companions would as well. "
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>>1252787
You greet him and introduce yourself before politely asking why does Que require your presence? You also add that your companions probably would too.

Well, i had you brought here to have a chance at a better life while you're here, im sure you would prefer living here instead of some dangerous forest

David lights up when his words are translated by one of the people nearby and he's immediately sold on staying, Alda is a bit suspicious but she still considers the option.

I want to believe my wolves have explained how our community works so If you would like to stay I'll have a tent set for you and maybe introduce you to a few of out single ladies

Alda is still unconvinced but what about you?
What do you do?
>Write-in
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>>1252853
"My apologies. I can't take you up on that offer. I have a tribe I have a vital place in, but above all, a family to love and care for. I neither can nor am interested in abandoning them. But thank you."
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>>1252679
Thus, the best course of action maybe be having enough damage capasity to make them recoliate from us. The weapon capable of delivering the most potent blow would be a new class of macuahitl, one made for two-handed use. The higher weight, point speed, and flint edge will result in the most potent blow an infividual can deliver with out current technology.

Now, that was individual combat, what about groups?

Spears, spears everywhere, by it a phalanx, a group of pikemen, or 3 dudes with long pointy stick. Spear walls are awsome, and they have been the best choice when you want to rekt the absolute shit out of anything.

On the range weapon sides, we maybe want to introduce crossbows (because there is no success like excess), I don't know any crossbows' tactics, but muskets' 'pike and shot' tactics (or any other muskets' tactics) should work, right?

>>1252775
>This is inaccurate.

Well, let's ask Varu for details, then.

>They don't charge.
By charge I meant jumping directly towards you.

>This will only prevent them from rushing in.

That is pretty much the point: slow them as much as we can so we can shot at them everything we have.

>But our village is large and spacious enough to, if you still insist they will charge, still charge.

What I explained was the basic structure, we can add more and more layers as the months go.

>But just for your own knowledge, spearmen would be ordered to take front to face cavalry charges to puncture horse, causing them to fall and bring their riders down with them.

Bro, I know how pikes were used, it is in what the defences consist.

>In this case, it would be more effective to have one person lift and hold a large shield, near the size of their body, to withstand the impact as another person directly behind them, their partner, thrusts their spear forward and into the parasite.

Well, I don't see why don't try it.
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>>1252866
Are you ok with adding this?
>"I would, still, gladly help you in anything I can, like trade, or technology. But evem though we should totaly respect, help, and relate with each other I wouldn't recomend uniting or mixing the villages too much. Is that you see, my trive is kind of..." We shrug "liveral? It to say, it is not that diferent from yours, but sertainly not what you strife for."
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>>1252866
You shake your head and politely decline his offer then you explain your situation with your own tribe and how you have a family to take care of back home, you already have a place to live in so you're not interested in leaving them to stay here so you'll start your trip back home tomorrow morning. He looks disappointed with your answer but he nods before asking you if you would join them for dinner?

When Alda hears about your family she tells you she would like to come with you if you would allow it.

Now what do you do?
>Join them
>Eat alone with or without Alda
>Ask him something
>Write-in
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>>1252895
>By charge I meant jumping directly towards you.
They dont jump that far lol

>That is pretty much the point: slow them as much as we can so we can shot at them everything we have.
No. It's feeble. Hardly 5 seconds for all that work to set it up?

>What I explained was the basic structure, we can add more and more layers as the months go.
They REALLY dont look like they stack. If youre going to add more layers upon layers, you call that a wall. Which, like you insisted, would impede growth and mobility. Also, the spikes will then be obsolete. Also, they're strong enough to tackle the wall and shatter those weak sticks. You don't build walls in that manner, cross-hatching, with wood. Or just in that manner in general--it's weak and used more for supporting a structure, not acting as a wall. The chevaux de frise forces HUMANS to need to walk around or try to lift it away while risking being riddled with bullets or whatever projectile.

>Bro, I know how pikes were used, it is in what the defences consist.
Rephrase your sentence, please. It's unclear. But either way, I was offering a solution. You just mentioned spear and went "hey, maybe we can stab them or maybe we cant." So I gave a tactic. Then one after specially tailored to the parasite because they arent humans and dont behave as such.

>>1252931
No. I don't trust them.
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>>1252934
Of course.
>Eat with Alda

>Ask him something
"How did you start? When you first arrived? Do you recall ever having gotten here?"
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>>1252934
>Join them for dinner.
>Explain how thing are back in our village, the sexual related part. No, don't joke about it. If she is going to live there she has the right to know.

>>1252936
...*facepalm*

By layers I mean one behind the other, and the ones of one layer would positioned be were the other would met. The same way briks are arranged, so there is no way to walk around them.

>weak sticks

No. Did you even see the pic? They were logs with a lot of really thick spikes in them and were used to stop chavalry charges. Sturdy as hell, I would say.

>Hardly 5 seconds for all that work to set it up?

You really espect me to believe the parasites can lifth that thing and move it in 5 seconds while being fired at? That would suggest the village was being invaded by a really large number of parasites, and still, 5 seconds by barrier with 3 layers would mean 15 seconds, wouldn't the number of arrows that can be shoot in that time be worth it? Otherwise, such large number of parasites would probably massacrate the village right away.

>No. I don't trust them.

They seem nice to me.
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>>1252939
U okay with
>>1252990
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>>1252990
>By layers I mean one behind the other, and the ones of one layer would positioned be were the other would met. The same way briks are arranged, so there is no way to walk around them.
Dude, what you're describing is rows. Not layers. Don't get frustrated at me. And if you plan to do this, and excuse me, I dont mean to offend you, it's retarded. We're limiting our own space now? Close ourselves in? And we're in a forest. You're assuming we live on open land as depicted in the picture. There'll be less space, more openings to slip through, and less space for us to live in.

>No. Did you even see the pic? They were logs with a lot of really thick spikes in them and were used to stop chavalry charges. Sturdy as hell, I would say.
Um no. That was a mediocre log with shaft of thinner wood set into it. And they aren't even adequately sharpened.

>You really espect me to believe the parasites can lifth that thing and move it in 5 seconds while being fired at?
Yes, their amorphous form will allow them to maneuver the shafts of protrusile wood to secure a grip and throw it to the side. But my concern is that they would simply leap over it. They have showed enough strength to do either in the past.

>They seem nice to me.
Pedophiles are nice to kids too before they kidnap them. So are guys who indulge in date rape. Some sociopath serial killers too like Ted Bundy.
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>>1252939
>>1252990
U guys okay with me mixing your actions?
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>>1253065
No, because it doesn't matter. She can abstain. I hardly think she's interested either way. She doesnt need to know how we get freaky. Just give a fair warning that "sex in the tribe is very liberal" and that's it. That's ore than enough. No need to make her uncomfortable.
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>>1253033
>Dude, what you're describing is rows. Not layers.

Oh, I fucked up my English, didn't I?

>We're limiting our own space now? Close ourselves in?

Well, the point about using thay instead of walls is that they are portable.

>Um no. That was a mediocre log with shaft of thinner wood set into it. And they aren't even adequately sharpened.

So, you are telling me that 'a medicre log' is easy to break?


Well, I am not forsing anyone to use them. But, I still think they would be quite useful as a barrier between our people and the parasites. Imagine it, 10 parasites are attacking the village. They can't rush in, nor can they jump past the barriers, because of the spikes. If they wanted to lift the thing, they would be shot at and stabed with spears (they can't counterattack because, well, the barrier is in the middle). So, they would do the logic thing and attack by the entrance (unless we put another defencd there). Now, I am not an expert, but IIRC, defending from enemies that come from only one direction is easier, because of phalancs and heavy fire.

No need to make them if you don't want though.

>But my concern is that they would simply leap over it

Well, if the guys with spears behind can stop them mid-air, then phalanx are kind of fucked, too.

>Pedophiles are nice to kids too before they kidnap them. So are guys who indulge in date rape. Some sociopath serial killers too like Ted Bundy.

And so does nice people.
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>>1253096
>Well, the point about using thay instead of walls is that they are portable.
Not with as many as you're proposing

>So, you are telling me that 'a medicre log' is easy to break?
Who said break the log itself? I meant the structure.

We CAN section of the tribe's boundaries via these "fences". But we would be limiting our freedom, method of retreat, and flexibility.

>And so does nice people.
So I suppose you're the type that risks harm to his loved ones just to get buddy-buddy with some guy and his dogs?

This is how the world works:
caution, even bordering paranoia: hamper culmination of relationships.
excessive laxness: irreversible harm to what you have and who you care for.

Make no mistake, I'm much more trusting in real life. But there are multitudes more information I can conceive from people--reading others, telling whether or not they're lying, or have an ulterior motive, and judging character comes very easy to me. I know who I can trust and to what extent. But here, I cannot. Here, the information we have is so limited that I'd rather not risk our two wives and three children. Nor the rest of the tribe.

And we aren't even damaging a relationship by saying no and returning to our tribe. We can certainly keep in touch, however. Perhaps aid one another in times of need. We CAN keep a friendly relationship with the guy but that's wholly separate from trusting him--and I don't. At least not yet.
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>>1253133
>We CAN section of the tribe's boundaries via these "fences".
I mean a side or two of the tribe boundary/perimeter.

>And so does nice people.
And really, man? This almost has me triggered. you can tell that to all the little boys and girls that have been lured and kidnapped, only to be assaulted, abused, and exposed to things they never should have to be. Especially at that age.

You can tell that to all the young women who are raped because they trust a guy, or even a friend, because "so does nice people". You can tell that to their crushed pride, the psychological scar tissue that'll stick with them for so long, make them feel filthy.

You can tell that to the mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, sons, and daughters that will never see a family member again. Only because that one family member trusted someone when he/she shouldnt of had. You can tell them after they see their beloved's brutalized corpse. Did you know Ted Bundy would use the corpses of his victims after death until it became too decomposed or torn by wild animals to continue doing so? Or that he kept severed heads of his victims in his apartment? And he isn't even the worst killer there ever was, in my opinion. But who am I to speak for the victims.
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>>1253133
>So I suppose you're the type that risks harm to his loved ones just to get buddy-buddy with some guy and his dogs?

No, but I didn't know you thinked this:
>We can certainly keep in touch, however. Perhaps aid one another in times of need. We CAN keep a friendly relationship with the guy but that's wholly separate from trusting him--and I don't. At least not yet.

I though you were outright refusing furter relationship with him because of mistrust, when the guy has yet to do anything against us.

Still, why don't we make some technological trade (once we trust him)? We see what they don't have that we do, and maybe, I don't know, get ourselves a wall? And I think we could at least inform hem that our tribe is more liberal, to avoid problems later.
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>>1253169
>And I think we could at least inform hem that our tribe is more liberal, to avoid problems later
He's not coming to our tribe, it doesnt concern him. And how would it cause problems? It's the tribe's culture. And if I recall, it's you and OP who didn't mind that everyone rutted everyone, even the little kids.
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>>1253152
Nope, I won't tell anyone, because it was a joke based on how rendudant, simple, and absurd that way of thinking was. I just though that since you were talking like these guy were going to stab us in the back just because they were acting nice it would be funny to mention how bad it would be seen from their point of view if they were actually good people. Something like 'Hey, nice people exist too, you know'. It was never meant to be taken seriusly.

>>1253181
What if he ever comes to visit, and he doesn't like the way the village works? And he can come for anything, like deepening relationships, or because he just wants to know the people that lives next to him, we are in his village after all. Letting him know would let him avoid cultural shock, prepare, and know how to approach us.

>>1253181
>And if I recall, it's you and OP who didn't mind that everyone rutted everyone, even the little kids.

Wheren't we ignorant about the last part until OP told us? We have done nothing about it. If you want to, I won't stop you.
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>>1253181
:^)
>>1252939
You sit next to him but remain closer to Alda due to the fact that you don't trust him that much, for most of the dinner you hang out with Alda with friendly conversation but towards the end you turn your attention to the chief, you ask him a series of questions about himself like how did he start his life here, when did he arrive and if he remembers how he got here.

Well, i started off like everyone, naked with nothing on me, I just kept surviving on hunting for a while until I found the wolves, after that I just kept on surviving with them, I ordered them that if they found any humans they would bring them here so I could help them out, I've been at this for a long time, i don't know how much time I've been here but it's been nice

You thank him for the info before you finish up with Alda, after a while when you're finished with your dinner the Chief takes you, Alda and David to your tents before asking you who would you like to sleep with?

>A a girl from the tribe
>Alda
>Alone
>David
>Write-in
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>>1253254
>Alone
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>>1253254
>With the chief
>Alone
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>>1253294
>not choosing the chieftess instead
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>>1253329
Would you have preferred David?

And they probably sleep together, anyway.
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>>1253343
You've lost me. Now I'm confused.

I was just wondering why you would choose to sleep with the burly, bald dude over his wife. Both are questionable but I mean, if you're going to have to choose...
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>>1253361
[soiler]Actually, I didn't put much though into it, it was just a joke.
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>>1253373
>Spoiler fail
Crap.
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>>1253285
>>1253294
You say that you would prefer to sleep alone if possible, he lets out a hearty laugh before telling you he can't do that, you've stirred up some of the single ladies so you gotta take responsibility now, he asks you if you'd prefer a normal woman or the remaining furred one?

Either way he lets you enter your tent while he goes over the same procedure with David and Alda, David gladly asks for a normal woman while Alda also asks to be alone.

What do you do now?
>Go to sleep
>Wait for your female companion
>Get Alda in here, you'd rather be with a friend than with some stranger
>Write-in
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>>1253389
>you've stirred up
OP.

>>1253389
>Get Alda in here, you'd rather be with a friend than with some stranger
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>>1253403
Anon, we have to add all the rases under our banner.

Nah.
>Get Alda in here, you'd rather be with a friend than with some stranger
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>>1253403
>>1253415
Phone's dying again for some reason
Changing to computer
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>>1253389
>you gotta take responsibility
this is a trap to make us bang a doggo, then he'll be all "You said something about family right, surely you won't abandon her" and make us stay

Lurker out
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>>1253403
>>1253415
You exit the tent as soon as he's gone and peek inside Alda's, she's surprised to see you peeking in but acts friendly towards you, when you explain that you'd rather spend the night with a friend than some random stranger her eyes widden when she realizes what the chief meant and she eagerly stands up and follows you outside, just as the two of you are about to head inside your tent yhe chief comes around with a man and a woman for each of you, you would guess, you quickly take hold of Alda's hand and when he sees you holding her hand just inches away from your tent he laughs and brings the two people back to where he came from before returning to his tent. Once he's gone you let go of her hand and enter your tent, you spend quite a while in firendly conversation but as the night goes on you start running out of topics to talk about so things will get a bit awkward in a bit.

What do you do?
>SEDUCE HER(1D100)
>Keep the conversation going (1d100)
>Go to sleep with her
>Accompany to her tent
>Write-in
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>>1253517
you could always leave with her if you so chose
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>>1253549
What would
>Accompany to her tent
do?
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>>1253560
exit the tent with her, walk a few steps towards hers, say goodby and head back to yours
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>>1253562
Oh we can do that? Leave it up to her. Whatever she wants to do.
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>>1253576
u sure you want to leave it to me her?
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>>1253585
Oh...come on, OP. Write from the character's perspective not yours. :(
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Rolled 20 (1d100)

>>1253588
just messing with you bby
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>>1253591
Does this mean she's shit at keeping up a conversation? Should I roll too?
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>>1253599
Thats for how up to it she was
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>>1253600
So she'd rather just sleep now?
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>>1253576
>>1253591
>20
So after a bit more of hangigng out you run out of topics and express your sleepyness with a yawn, while you're busy doing your thang she pokes her head out to see if the chief's nearby, she comes back in, hugs you and thanks you for not leaving her with some stranger before kissing your cheek and saying goodbye before leaving to her tent.

Anything you wanna do before sleeping?
>Nah
>Write-in
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>>1253616
Pray to Evangeline.
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>>1253621
need a 1d100
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Rolled 34 (1d100)

>>1253628
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>>1253630
sssssss
one more time then
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Rolled 80 (1d100)

>>1253639
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Rolled 46 (1d100)

>>1253644
nice
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>>1253639
>>1253644
c:
Thanks.
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>>1253648
god fucking dammit

i just accidentaly clicked /ic/ and lost over 1000* characters

We'll resume tomorrow m8, i just got triggered by ic
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>>1253676
It's cool. Night. But just a note, anytime that happens, right-click and select "Undo". That usually does the trick for me.
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>>1252768
>their tribe is pretty monogamous thanks to their chief who values long relationships
>>1252853
>You shake your head and politely decline his offer then you explain your situation with your own tribe and how you have a family to take care of back home
>>1253389
>he lets out a hearty laugh before telling you he can't do that, you've stirred up some of the single ladies so you gotta take responsibility now, he asks you if you'd prefer a normal woman or the remaining furred one?
>>1253549
>just as the two of you are about to head inside your tent yhe chief comes around with a man and a woman for each of you, you would guess

So, let me get this right. So, having the women 'stirred up' is enough for him to have one sleping with us, even if he knows we have famili. In other words, he is not against poligamy, but since he prefers long relationships, the village is 'pretty monogamous', aka, not entirely. Ok, I can deal with that.

Also, i just realized:
>>1252768
>they're nomads

Hu oh, they won't we staying here? Crap.

So, what do you say anon, should we start trying to integrate them?

I genuinely think he is a nice guy. Obviously this is only my opinion, but his general actitude and the reputation he has among his tribe, in which he has lived for years(?), seem like good indicators, to me, at least.

Maybe, be can ask if he wants a small group of them to come met our village, along the way, we can ask them about him, if you want to.

What I mean, is that we can't ignore them, but showing clear distrust can hamper our relationship with them (this doesn't mean we will instantly trust in them, or blindly believe in them. Just that we won't be paranoic and will treat them the same way we treat any stranger.). So I think we could make an alliance between the villages (and maybe, with time, even unite?).

Oh, and if we do that, telling him about ours trive culture will help, because of: >>1253252
>What if he ever comes to visit, and he doesn't like the way the village works? And he can come for anything, like deepening relationships, or because he just wants to know the people that lives next to him, we are in his village after all. Letting him know would let him avoid cultural shock, prepare, and know how to approach us.
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>>1253892
>famili
*a family
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>>1253892
>What I mean, is that we can't ignore them, but showing clear distrust can hamper our relationship with them (this doesn't mean we will instantly trust in them, or blindly believe in them. Just that we won't be paranoic and will treat them the same way we treat any stranger.). So I think we could make an alliance between the villages (and maybe, with time, even unite?).
I already said cooperation and trust are two different things.

>but showing clear distrust
We aren't and we never did. We won't either. You'd have to be a fool to blatantly show you don't trust someone.

>What if he ever comes to visit, and he doesn't like the way the village works?
Who the fuck cares? It's not any of his business. He has no say. And it wont be a cultural shock. He basically almost had us bed a dog, and a stranger at that. You think liberal sex bothers him? Anyone who's fine with bedding a over-sized dog is a sex liberal.

>Maybe, be can ask if he wants a small group of them to come met our village, along the way, we can ask them about him, if you want to.
No. We can do trade with one another but he's not coming.

>Just that we won't be paranoic and will treat them the same way we treat any stranger.
You're jumping to conclusions. I treat strangers very well. But those I know only get the privilege to know what I'm thinking or how I'm feeling and know some part of my private life. And that's the entire point. We don't want him to know these three.

We could definitely do some trade between the tribes though.
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>>1253892
>can hamper our relationship with them
And I was the one who made this point. I'm wholly aware of the result, both benefits and losses.

But just to point out, OP is too nice-minded and ideal to the point where it's naive--which isn't bad, actually (I don't want anyone to die}. Everything we've encountered thus far hasn't been malicious. Not even the parasites. So we can probably trust the chief means well. But that won't stop me from searching for information that'll convince me we can trust him. Either way, because of this, his case is in his favor.
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>>1253892
Also
>So, let me get this right. So, having the women 'stirred up' is enough for him to have one sleping with us, even if he knows we have famili. In other words, he is not against poligamy, but since he prefers long relationships, the village is 'pretty monogamous', aka, not entirely. Ok, I can deal with that.
Monogamy and polygamy refer to MARRIAGE. Partnership and sex are a separate thing. Meaning you can marry one person but have sex with five.
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>>1254405
:^)
You're lucky you didn't move on

not that it matters, you just delayed it
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>>1254392
>I already said cooperation and trust are two different things.

Ok.

>We aren't and we never did. We won't either. You'd have to be a fool to blatantly show you don't trust someone.

Being an asshole is, oviously, the best way to make friends

Ok.

>Who the fuck cares? It's not any of his business. He has no say. And it wont be a cultural shock. He basically almost had us bed a dog, and a stranger at that. You think liberal sex bothers him? Anyone who's fine with bedding a over-sized dog is a sex liberal.
>Monogamy and polygamy refer to MARRIAGE. Partnership and sex are a separate thing. Meaning you can marry one person but have sex with five.

So they are basically the same that us?
Ok.

>No. We can do trade with one another but he's not coming.

No need for him to come in person, I though it was obvious because of:
>along the way, we can ask them about him, if you want to.

>You're jumping to conclusions. I treat strangers very well. But those I know only get the privilege to know what I'm thinking or how I'm feeling and know some part of my private life. And that's the entire point. We don't want him to know these three.
>We could definitely do some trade between the tribes though

Ok.

>And I was the one who made this point. I'm wholly aware of the result, both benefits and losses.

Ok.

>>1254599
...OP.
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>>1254599
>move on
Move on what?

>>1254634
Okay.
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>>1254657
He is most probable talking about sleeping with one of the village women.
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>>1254657
>>1254689
Remember when i asked if you were going to stay or move on?
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>>1254707
You mean to come here or not? Because we did move.
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>>1253644
>>1253645
You kneel next to the furs laid out for you to call out to Evangeline, you haven't had dreams since you left the village and you desperately need someone familiar to talk to, you're in an unexplored place surrounded by strangers who's way of life is really different from yours, you really need someone familiar to talk to, you think too when suddenly you hear Evangeline's faint voice on the back of your head, it's not by any means the normal level but you can still hold a conversation but with longs pauses in between sometimes.

Evangeline tells you she cannot see you but thanks to the feeling of how alone and afraid you are she's managed to establish a short one time connection.

Anything you talk about?
>Ask her if she could make us dream (1d100 if you're trying it)
>Write-in something to talk about
>Just hang out during what little time you have left
>Write-in
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>>1254729
We dont feel alone. I just wanted to help her establish some of her power in this vicinity by praying to her.

>>1254729
Tell Evangeline and ask her to tell our family we're safe. We'll come home as soon as we can. Thank her.
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>>1254712
Before the first timeskip m8
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Rolled 86 (1d100)

>>1254707
Move on to Alda's tent?

>>1254729

>Ask her if she could make us dream (1d100 if you're trying it)
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>>1254743
Yeah, figured we would have met them, what is wrong about it?

>>1254742
>>1254744
Can we combine this?
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>>1254743
You mean when you had us decide to be nomads or a permanent settlement?
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>>1254744
>>1254752
Why would we want to dream?
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>>1254792
Wouldn't it be the same as 'Just hang out during what little time you have left'?

No reason in specific, just though Noah would want to spend the night with her.
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>>1254824
We go there every night regardless. I dont see how asking her to waste her energy to MAKE us dream should help in any way.
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>>1254830
No problem, then.
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>>1254830
>>1254836

mmmmmkay, just talking then
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>>1254744
I mean you got an 86. Want to not waste it, anon?
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>>1254897
I don't know. Use it to enstablish a better connection for the future.
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>>1254914
If that is possible.
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>>1254897
>>1254914
Im getting old people
u decide on what to do yet?
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>>1254944
Just continue with whatever you've already written.
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>>1254969
i havent written anything :( Im waiting for you tow to finish
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>>1254969
Yeah.
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>>1254996
lol Roll a die.
1. No dream
2. Dream
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>>1254996
This
>>1254742
>>1254914
>>1254920

I have no problem if the roll can't be used.
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>>1255010
yo could always save it for another time
and im having lunch be back in a few
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>>1255028
Oh, save it, then.
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Also, OP, you didn't say what our nat 100 did. We just found the healing plants and cured David?
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>>1254824
>>1254830
Deciding it would be best to not waste her energy you spend the rest of your time together chatting and hanging out like always except you don't end up having sex, as it gets even more late it eventually gets harder to hear her and after an hour or so after one last sentence her presence and voice fade away leaving you alone. With nothing more to do you lay down on your fur bed and go to sleep, once more you have a dream less night.

The next day you wake up in the morning before anyone else has, checking up on Alda and David you find Alda is still asleep and David snuggling with the girl he was left with.

Anything you wanna do?
>Jump in with Alda
>Wait for breakfast
>Visit the chief
>Leave
>Write-in
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>>1255500
Yeh i noticed earlier, yeah you found some medicinal plants and treated his wounds
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>>1255577
>Visit the chief
Inquire about the parasites and if he's encountered them thus far. And what had him move from the cold lands?

>>1255577
OP, you forgot the most important part:
>>1254742
>Tell Evangeline and ask her to tell our family we're safe. We'll come home as soon as we can. Thank her.
:c
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>>1255603
This.
Also, should we propoce trade?
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>>1255638
I don't see anything they have that we want other than wolf people.
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>>1255603
>>1255638
You walk over to the chief's house as quietly as possible, when you arrive to his tent you find him sleeping in an actual mattress with his wife next to him under the fur covers, the inside of his tent is decorated with a few pieces of wooden furniture, some look like he carved them out and some look like he got em out of the store.

Do you have wanna wake him up?
>Yes
>Nah
>Write-in
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>>1255643
We can ask if they have anything we don't.

They seem good at heavy lifting, and at extracting and working with stones (they have a stone wall). One of the reasons we don't make walls is because it cost to many resourse and time. These guys are nomads, so they should be able to make them pretty quikly. I have been thinking about what I said earlier, about walls impeding growt. I think that is obsolete, we can expand our 'safe zone', and having at least one defendable position to which we can retreat to seems like a good idea.

IIRC, they have meaty pawms, and claws. I am not an expert, but something tells me that doesn't go well with weapons and tools.
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>>1255800
>We can ask if they have anything we don't.

By this, I mean we examinate what they have. Not telling them what we have.

OP, are all of the wolves faces 'moustrous', or are she-wolves different?
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>>1255751
>Yes

>>1255800
>I think that is obsolete, we can expand our 'safe zone'
And do we have the population to maintain that much space? I think not.

>>1255800
>They seem good at heavy lifting, and at extracting and working with stones
They're good at climbing and presumably digging through snow and softer soil.

>>1255821
>OP, are all of the wolves faces 'moustrous', or are she-wolves different?
>or are she-wolves different?
Really, anon? =_=
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>>1255874
>And do we have the population to maintain that much space? I think not.

By 'save zone', I meant 'zone protected by a wall', which I suppose would be arround our houses (aka, we can build more walls as the village grows, thoug wood would be better for ever-changing walls)

They also seem to be good woodcarvers.

>Really, anon? =_=
Anon, you have been following this quest since the start, right?

Let me ask you, do you really need to ask?

>>1255751
>Yes, but try to not wake up his wife.
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>>1255948
>By 'save zone', I meant 'zone protected by a wall', which I suppose would be arround our houses (aka, we can build more walls as the village grows, thoug wood would be better for ever-changing walls)
I know. That's what we're talking about. the walls are useless if no one is there to use them. Did you assume their stone walls are tall? They arent. You use them to impede movement of the intruder. And cover if they're using projectiles.

>They also seem to be good woodcarvers.
How so?

>Let me ask you, do you really need to ask?
Anon, you've known me for a while now, right? Let me ask you, do you really need to ask me if I need to ask?

>Yes, but try to not wake up his wife.
Impossible. We will not enter their tent. That's intrusion and disrespect. Waking him up for our concerns and going into his tent, by his bed are two different things. Just clear out throat our something at the entrance.
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>>1255984
>clear out throat
clear our throat
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>>1255821
>>1255874
Their features are softer and their muzzles look more feminine, if you can imagine it
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>>1255948
>>1255984
>>1255989
So you're just making yourself known?
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>>1255874
>>1255948
Yeah, what are we waking him for?
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>>1255821
Do you wanna take one with you Anon?
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>>1256038
YES. I LIKE WEREWOLVES.

First race in WoW I ever played.

>>1256032
Questions. And I want to return as soon as possible.
>Inquire about the parasites and if he's encountered them thus far.
>And what had him move from the cold lands?
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>>1256075
Wot
Really?
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>>1255984


>You use them to impede movement of the intruder. And cover if they're using projectiles.

Then why not make them? If they are half a man's hight, they won't impede vision. And it is not like I wanted to have someone making guard, if that was the case we could start make patrolls without need of the wall. I just though it would be useful in case of an attack, since it gives cover and everything, and the wall wouldn't we much bigger than the village.

>How so?

>>1255751
>the inside of his tent is decorated with a few pieces of wooden furniture, some look like he carved them out and some look like he got em out of the store.

>Anon, you've known me for a while now, right? Let me ask you, do you really need to ask me if I need to ask?

Dear sir, there is only one possible anwer to that question and we both know it: another question.
Do you really need to ask me if I need to akk you if I need to ask?

>Impossible. We will not enter their tent. That's intrusion and disrespect. Waking him up for our concerns and going into his tent, by his bed are two different things. Just clear out throat our something at the entrance.

Good point, didn't think about that.

>>1256038
Just wanted to know.

>>1256075
What about asking if he is interested in trade? We ask him what he can offer us.
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>>1256092
>some look like he got em out of the store.

We should include searching for human goods with our activities, shouldn't we?
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>>1256075
Waking someone to ask them questions is pretty rude
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>>1256113
Mmh, you ok with doing something else until he wakes up, >>1256075?
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>>1256113
>>1256103
>>1256075
You could convince the chief to let the lone Wolf Girl come with you, and are you waking him up or are you waiting for him?
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>>1256125
>>1256075
Maybe butter up to the Lone Wolf Girl
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>>1256132
I will let the other anons decide, I gtg.
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>>1256113
That's how it is when you're in a leadership position. You're not freaking neighbors.

>>1256132
I want a few wolves. Male AND female.

>I just though it would be useful in case of an attack
Not when everyone is living in the center of the "safe zone" which is like 1/2 of what the walls surround. It's useless.

>>the inside of his tent is decorated with a few pieces of wooden furniture, some look like he carved them out and some look like he got em out of the store.
And you didnt assume he or his wife did that first? Would carving requires nimble hands.

>Do you really need to ask me if I need to akk you if I need to ask?
Are you certain, anon? Are you certain? Do you really need to ask me if I need to ask you if I need to ask me if I need to ask you?
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>>1256158
You could try to convince some of the wolves to join you, the chief wouldn't like it since you're taking away some of his already small population but you could still try
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>>1256174
It's some cultural exchange shit. We'll show them around and they can learn. Those who like our village can stay. I dont want to lend our own population, however. And arent they nomads? The less people they have, the better. i just want two males and two females.
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>>1256226
>two males and two females
why not just 1 couple? 4 is a lot of beings to take, not to mention if i recall we're taking Alda with us
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>>1256226
>>1256255
So you're asking the wolves or the chief for this? And are you waking the chief up or not?
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>>1256286
Wait for everyone to wake up, ask around see if anyone is interested in leaving then talk with the chief about it

Just one couple, culture exchange-program
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>>1256286
Yes. We wake up chief, my dude. For the wolves, after the two other questions, say it's a little cultural exchange. We want to see if there's anything we can learn from them and them us. But we don't really feel safe with his tribe yet so we'll only accept two to three couples. Whatever they learn, they can bring back to the chief's tribe and teach him and the rest of the wolves. But while they're with us, we'll get them to prefer our tribe and have them put in a request by themselves to stay with us from then on.

>>1256255
We can support that much.

>>1256255
>>1256304
One couple will make the wolves feel isolated and stressed from lack of kinship. It seem they find kinship very valuable--they are social animals like us.
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>>1256315
>>1256304
Tie my dudes
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>>1256315
>But while they're with us, we'll get them to prefer our tribe and have them put in a request by themselves to stay with us from then on.
We do NOT tell him this. But it's the plan. Say what we get from it is learning from the wolves that comes with us and live with us for a few days.

And the wolves don't necessarily need to be couples. Just an equal number of male and females.
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>>1256315
>>1256319
Fine, 2, but still ask
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>>1256319
>>1256322
Here, OP:

>>1256315
>>1256320
PLUS, these two questions:
>Inquire about the parasites and if he's encountered them thus far.
>And what had him move from the cold lands?
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>>1256322
>>1256326
Mmmmkay
I gtg for a little bit, I'm at a friend's house so it might take a while between posts
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>>1256395
Tell him I said hello.
kek
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>>1256158
Are you asking me if I am certain, Anon? Are you? Do you really need to ask me if I need to ask you if you need to ask me if I need to ask you if I need to ask?

Also:
>ask you if I need to ask me

Ha! You fucked up!

>>1256322

We gain nothing from waking him up.

We can also say it is for them to see if they are interested in anything we have for trade. I am less interested in making the wolves stay with us and more interested in giving them a good impresion of us. If possible, I want to increase the contact between the trives, then, they maybe deside to coexist with us.
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>>1248938
>>1253549
>SEDUCE HER (1D100)

That's right, OP. Your turn now.

>>1256435
Fine, you win this one. I was too lazy to do anything but copy and paste then fix two words.

>>1256435
>We gain nothing from waking him up.
We gain TIME--the greatest novelty the universe has to offer. And also one that cannot e replenished.
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>>1256456
Wut
U seducing Alda?
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>>1256549
No, Im telling you to roll for seducing your friend.

It's a bad joke. Sorry.
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>>1256456
We can talk about it over breakfast, in the meantime we can tall with those awake and learn about their current technologies
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>>1256678
>learn about their current technologies
Or we can learn better from the man himself who brought them here.
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>>1256695
I am not stoping you.
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>>1256715
So we'll wake him up now. The sun's up anyway.
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Holy shit
Shimoneta's awesome
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>>1256721
What? Didn't we say we wouldn't do that? I won't stop you from asking people around about him.
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>>1256732
I know.

>>1256755
No, the opposite. The other anon and I agreed to wake him up and:
>>1256326
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>>1256782
Ok, then.
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>>1256782
>>1256812
Nah, on second thought, just make rounds with the wolf-people who are already awake. Let's make an impression, have them like us, so that during dinner, they will trust us and come out of their will and curiosity.

YOU GOT THAT, OP?
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>>1256865
Need a 1d100 to see how well you manage to pull it off

But What're you aiming for with this? For them to inquire about your tribe or...?
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Rolled 3 (1d100)

>>1257033
Have. Them. Like. Us. Do whatever. Sing, charm, inspire.
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>>1257033
I, personally, just want to hang out with them. Tell them about our tribe if the mood is the right one, how thing work there, etc. You can ask if they would like to have someone come with us to look at the village, and to see if we can arrange some kind of trade, but that we would need to talk about it with their leader.
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Rolled 22 (1d100)

>>1257033
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Rolled 88 (1d100)

>>1257089
If this fails, I am using the 86 I have in reserve instead of rolling the third. Or reserve rolls doesn't count as one of the 3 rolls?
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>>1257063
>>1257089
>>1257102
Mmmmmmmmmmmmkay

I'll get on that soon
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>>1257359
I still haven't rolled.
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>>1257431
Wot
For hanging out with them
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>>1257440
I used the wrong, pronoun.

I meant YOU still haven't rolled.
>>1256583
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>>1257063
>>1257089
>>1257098
>>1257102
>88

SO
Deciding it would be best to not wake up the chief you head to the main fire where some wolves have begun gathering for breakfast, most of them are with their partner while some are waiting for them, you start hanging out with them with some friendly conversation and jokes which almost all of them get thanks to their human neighbors, the conversation eventually leads to your tribe and how you handle stuff, most of them are pretty surprised about how casual your tribe is about relationships an whatnot but you can tell more than a few are interested in it and some of the couples even ask if they could accompany you if their chief let them, there's even a few humans interested, you nod and tell them they should ask if they really do want to come with you. You spent about forty five minutes with the wolves and the chief is still asleep and almost everyone has gathered next to the fire for breakfast.

What do you want to do now?
>Check on the chief
>Keep hanging out and see if you can convince the rest(1d100)
>Wake up Alda
>Leave
>Write-in
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Rolled 58 (1d100)

>>1257768
>Keep hanging out and see if you can convince the rest(1d100)
Fuck. I dont want any dirty humans touching our tribe.
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>>1257102
Reserve roll wouldn't count as a roll so you can use it after rolling three times
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Rolled 43 (1d100)

>>1257768
>Wake up Alda
>Keep hanging out and see if you can convince the rest(1d100)

One thing is convincing a few (which isn't the case because of how high we rolled), and another is convincing everybody. And it is not like our lifestyles contradict each other.

Still, tell them that we understand that something like this should be talked in deep with their leader, since it includes matters like logistics (food, homes, security) but we would like to make it clear that in our tribe we respect everybody's choises and if they wish to keep living the way they had we understand and have no problem with that.
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Rolled 66 (1d100)

>>1257839
Great.

>>1257832
I won't let anyone to die, though.
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>>1257839
Okay, we're using that 86.

>>1257857
Supporting if we can do both.
>Wake up Alda
>Keep hanging out and see if you can convince the rest(1d100)

Tell Alda to get ready. We'll be leaving as soon as we finish breakfast.
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>>1257832
>>1257857
>>1257866
With this you would only make those already thinking about leaving be sure that they want to accompany you
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>>1257866
I think a 66 is good enough, I will save that 86 for something important.
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>>1257893
What would the 86 do?
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>>1257894
>>1257893
66 then. But fuck the humans. I hate humans. Alda is the only one I approve of.
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>>1257900
>>1257921

It would convince a few more heads to come with you
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>>1257880
>Tell Alda to get ready. We'll be leaving as soon as we finish breakfast.

Won't we talk with the chief, we have just made a great impact in his tribe, after all.
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>>1257921
We could warn them about not trying to harm anyone. But I don't think they would do anything that would be considered a crime by the POV of the village, since life is much better there than in the wild.

And I think that sounds rasist. Like, we would be hating them just because they are humams.
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>>1257943
Don't confuse the, OP. Wait until he posts.

>>1257857
Here, OP:

>Wake up Alda
>Keep hanging out and see if you can convince the rest(1d100)

Tell Alda to get ready. We'll be leaving as soon as we finish breakfast.
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>>1257968
>And I think that sounds rasist. Like, we would be hating them just because they are humams.

This part is suppouced to be read with humor.
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>>1257969
That wasn't a vote, it was a question.
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>>1257968
>>1257974

Yes, but I am a racist. I don't like humans. But it would be obsolete anyway. We want the wolves for a cultural exchange. We know humans already. It's pointless bringing them. And I bet those that want to come just want to for the sex. I find that repugnant. Asking the chief from humans would undermine our proposed "purpose". And taking humans would lessen his own population for no reason. That would upset him. Only request wolves from the chief.
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>>1257980
Which was if we wouldn't need to talk with the chief about eveything.
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>>1257968
>>1257969
Are you using the 66 or the 86?
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>>1257943
We'll speak during breakfast like you proposed.
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>>1257984
>>1257988
And What're you telling the chief when you take some of his wolves away? They're like 6 so three couples
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>>1257989
66
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>>1257999
Over breakfast with the chief, we will bring up this:
>>1256315 (You)
>>1256320 (You)
PLUS, these two questions:
>Inquire about the parasites and if he's encountered them thus far.
>And what had him move from the cold lands?

BUT for now:
>Wake up Alda
>Keep hanging out and see if you can convince the rest(1d100 and of which we got a 66)

Tell Alda to get ready. We'll be leaving as soon as we finish breakfast.
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>>1257984
>And I bet those that want to come just want to for the sex. I find that repugnant.

What is wrong with that? We live in what is literally the most liveral tribe ever and sudenly it is wrong to come over for sex?

Though I want to bring some of the wolves, I don't mind about bringing humans at all. 'We know humans already. It's pointless bringing them'. Your only arguments for discarding the humans are pregudges. Is there really any difference between bringing a wolf-man and a human?

>And taking humans would lessen his own population for no reason. That would upset him. Only request wolves from the chief.

We are not taking them permanently, and I would request for 'some of those that want to come with me'.
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>>1258037
>What is wrong with that? We live in what is literally the most liveral tribe ever and sudenly it is wrong to come over for sex?

And it is not like we wouldn't make them work like everybody else.
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>>1258037
>'We know humans already. It's pointless bringing them'. Your only arguments for discarding the humans are pregudges.
No it isn't. Are you being serious right now? We proposed this is a CULTURAL EXCHANGE. We will learn nothing from them. But we will from the wolves and the chief KNOWS that.

>Is there really any difference between bringing a wolf-man and a human?
Anon, please avoid asking questions like these...discussions are only good when they involve some degree of intelligence.

>We are not taking them permanently, and I would request for 'some of those that want to come with me'.
Doesn't matter. And did you read anything I typed? We're trying to convince some of the wolves to defect from his tribe and live among ours. But subtly. We will not bring this up once. They will request it themselves.

>>1258054
>And it is not like we wouldn't make them work like everybody else.
Not the point. I just find humans disgusting. And again, refer to the logical point I made, separate from my opinion. When i make an argument, I will openly express my opinion but by no means treat it as a reason my receiver should agree with me on. Instead, I will ALWAYS provide logical and solid points.
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>>1258069
SQUINTING

Are you bringing humans or not? So i can continue
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>>1258037
>We are not taking them permanently, and I would request for 'some of those that want to come with me'.
Also, before you make the point "we can still take the humans!"
Well consider this. They will come for sex. If they impregnate one of the women in our tribe, they will be bound to remain and raise the child with her. Not everyone plays the pull-out game, and even less do it well.
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>>1258081
NO. Only Alda. She has morals and is a respectable human with humility and concept of shame. She is also self-sufficient and can take care of herself well.
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>>1257999
This
>>1257857
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>>1257999
This:
>>1258014
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>>1258100
Also ask the chief where he got a mattress from. And if he recalls how HE got here.
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>>1258093
>>1258100
Are you there lurker friend?
Need a tie break
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>>1258114
...
Other-anon, see the light. We have no reason to bring humans.
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>>1258151
But we do have a reason not to.
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>>1258114
No other humans, we already have our goddess and now Alda, thats enough
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>>1258157
Marry me.
But our goddess is a giant and a goddess. She's nearly double our height. So only Alda and Noah will be the humans in the tribe.
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>>1258157
Alrighty
2 no humans vs 1 yes humans

>>1258054
Just between you and me
Bringing humans would've been bad
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>>1258069
Look, I am just not ok with the whole 'humans are disgusting theme'.

>We're trying to convince some of the wolves to defect from his tribe and live among ours. But subtly. We will not bring this up once. They will request it themselves.

As I said before, I don't want them to deflect. I just want to bring the tribes closer.

>>1258083
>Well consider this. They will come for sex. If they impregnate one of the women in our tribe, they will be bound to remain and raise the child with her. Not everyone plays the pull-out game, and even less do it well.

So what? They will have to take resposibility they want it or not. That is not our problem. We had to do it with the orphans and our daughter, after all. And if they don't, well, they won't be as welcome to the village as before.

>>1258088
...you are bulshithing me, right? This is another of your jokes, right?

How comes that every other human is disgusting, untrusworty, and only wants sex, but Alda isn't? Just because we met her some days ago? Is all you need from saying someone the worse kind being on Earth to a respetable member of the society? That you know their name?

Sorry, but just no. Fisrt it was the parasites, all the time you only thinked of them as if they were going to kill everybody, and then even afther they didn't, you still think they are dumb. Then the wolves, you almost make us massacrate them by accident. Now this. Is this going to happen every time we met someone new? Everytime a new group appears? This is a quest, and I come here to have fun. And before you say 'I don't want anybody to die', I too don't. I am fine with being a little spectical, but outright asuming people is always going to do the worst thing posible is just being paranoic over nothing. Be almost never will be able to act normally with anyone this way.

I haven't said this before because of repect, and please don't take this bad, but sincerily speaking, I feel like you have been kind of killing the fun of the quest again and again, for me, at least. And if this hurts you in any way, well, I am sorry, but it is how I feel.
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>>1258164
*Sigh* I fucked up, didn't I?
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>>1258164
I fucking KNOW. I ALWAYS KNOW. THAT'S WHY I HATE THEM. REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

>>1258174
>>1258171
I won't even answer this.
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>>1258171
>I haven't said this before because of repect, and please don't take this bad, but sincerily speaking, I feel like you have been kind of killing the fun of the quest again and again, for me, at least. And if this hurts you in any way, well, I am sorry, but it is how I feel.
I know that feel, friend
I've been getting that feeling when i put myself in you place too
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>>1258174
Too many humans spoil society, Humans should only exist in a society of humans I hope that doesn't sound too edgy
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>>1258175
Dissapointed Squinting
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>>1258183
Because we're at that precarious position of "greater knowledge" but "not enough knowledge". And a sheer lack of wisdom. It's not edgy.

>>1258188
Sorry, I just really dont like humans. If you would introduce all the humans who want to come and show some of their behaviors through actions, I could choose.

>>1258182
lol Sorry
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>This is a quest, and I come here to have fun. And before you say 'I don't want anybody to die', I too don't. I am fine with being a little spectical, but outright asuming people is always going to do the worst thing posible is just being paranoic over nothing. Be almost never will be able to act normally with anyone this way.

Oh yes, this is getting too real for me

Muh ptsd
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Im playing fucking therapist right now so the next post might take a while
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>>1258093
>>1258100
>>1258157
>66

When the remaining villagers join their neighbors inform them about your tribe in detail and how you handle things, they're also impressed how you handle things but that's where it dies at, they hvave no desire to join, on the other hand those who already wanted to accompany you upon hearing some of their friends questions getting answered by you their desire to leave consolidates and now they seem eager now, Alda, David and his girl eventually leave their tents and join you for breakfast, Alda like the wolves after hearing your answers she looks more eager to see your tribe. After a while of having breakfast with the tribe the chief comes out of his tent with his wife following closely, as she leaves the tent something about her looks weird, off (1d100 to c if you notice).

Either way once the chief joins you you ask him about the parasites and what made him come to this land, at first he doesn't understand what you're talking about with the parasites but when you mention how they work he nods and begins answering you.
Well, they're different in each region, herre they're more like...ghosts? They're like floating black particles with something at it's center, on the more rocky areas they're like literal slime and in the forest they're a bunch of tentacles, they all transform into their humanoid shape once they see you tho, except the ones here, nasty pieces of work those vermin are, I`ve lost both wolves and people to them, i hope they havent bothered you much, if you ever need to fight one, dont, it's better if you run
And if during the night, when you're about to go to sleep, check the sky, if you ever see something like a spotlight's beam pointing at the clouds you better run, people tend to dissapear when those lights get close

This new information makes you worried which he sees and then says thats why they are always on the move, after that you propose the idea of taking some wolves to see what they can teach you and what can you teach them, whatever they learn they could come back and teach his tribe, he takes this pretty well and he`s even happy you're taking them away, he then leans next to you before whispering that he wouldn't mind losing a few wolves, humans are his priorities and he only needs a few to keep his people safe. You thank him for the offer before resuming the conversation with Alda and the wolves that are eager to leave.

What do you do now?
>Leave
>Ask more things to the chief
>Hang out in the tribe a bit more
>Hang out with the lone wolf girl he offered
>Write-in
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Going to sleep. See you tomorrow
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>>1258335
c ya anon
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>>1258333
>Ask more things to the chief
Whisper conspiratorially "we'll take them then"
>Leave

>>1258335
Goodnight, anon. And sorry for being a party killer.
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>>1258351
You taking the 6 or are you asking for more?
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>>1258355
6 will suffice. It is the optimal number. We can bring the lone wolf girl if she wants to come though.
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>>1258367
mmmmmkay
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Rolled 58, 56, 50, 15, 85 = 264 (5d100)

Goddammit, i just lost my progress again
>>1258351
>>1258367
You announce to the wolves that you’re leaving and that those who want to leave with you should start packing up their stuff, you’ve already settled things with the chief and he’s letting those wolves go, the wolves and Alda quickly stand up and start undoing their tents, as everyone starts tearing their stuff down you lean next to the chief and whisper to him you’ll gladly take them, he chuckles before standing up and grabbing a new looking bag and heading to a big tent nearby, the wolves undo their tents and toss their belongings in them before tying them up and hoisting them on their shoulders, Alda tears down hers with the help of some wolves while you head to yours and do the same, once everyone has packed up their stuff everyone follows you to the main entrance to wait for the chief, some seconds pass and the chief comes back from the storage tent with the backpack full of wrapped meat and vegetables and quite a few bows and spears strapped to his back, he gives his wolves the spears and bows before handing you the backpack, you thank him and bid him farewell before the wolves and Alda follow suit and start following you. Once you’re at a reasonable distance from the village a wolf girl calls out to you which makes you stop and turn around, The Lone Wolf girl you would think, runs to the gate with her tent bag sloppily tied and resting on her shoulder, when she passes the chief she quickly says goodbye before sprinting towards the group, she shyly greets you before casting her gaze to the floor and taking her place on the back of the group.
With nothing more to do, you start walking once more.
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>>1258367
Wanna roll? or nah? 50-60 means nothing happens
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Rolled 54 (1d100)

>>1258446
Once you’re at a reasonable distance from the village a wolf girl calls out to you which makes you stop and turn around, The Lone Wolf girl you would think, runs to the gate with her tent bag sloppily tied and resting on her shoulder, when she passes the chief she quickly says goodbye before sprinting towards the group, she shyly greets you before casting her gaze to the floor and taking her place on the back of the group.


Would this have happened even if I didnt say what I did?
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>>1258468
yes
you got her attention afterall
and i still need four more rolls tho
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Rolled 5, 14, 22, 50 = 91 (4d100)

>>1258478
You said nothing happens!
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>>1258491
Lord of the Low Rolls.
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>>1258491
no crits so im using mine
well, yeah, i was giving you a chance for more events

and Holy shit shimoneta went from 0 to 69 000 in just two episodes
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>>1258502
I know. Ive watched it.

And thank you, OP. I just assumed it was like DnD where the QM would roll for any dangerous encounters along the way. But if it doesnt involve danger, Ill roll happily.
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>>1258507
I normally detest anime but this one is brettty gud
>>1258446
58, 56, 50

The three days go quite smoothly and you encounter almost no problems along the way, you've left behind the cold area but it still a bit colder than normal when you stop to rest at your third night, during those three days the wolf couples try to get used to the idea of your tribes ways by trying to share each other but you’re aware that that’s not the way they do things back home so you tell them to take it slow, you’re not forcing them to anything so they should take it easy, your words get through to them which makes them slow down their experimenting but they still try to some extent, overall the friendliness and openness grows between your group, except for the shy wolf girl of course. During that night you try to contact Evangeline once more, this time it’s easier and there's not that many pauses so you get to enjoy a nice talk with her before sleep.

Anything you wanna do before sleeping?
>Write-in
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>>1258542
Im going to assume you havent watched
the good anime out there


Make round on everyone. Check if theyre okay. Address concerns. And for those eager couples, explain how the sex culture in the tribe actually works so they dont stress themselves out so much.
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>>1258546
mmkay, i'll get on that and post it tomorrow, im pretty tired, its 3:30 am and i need to finish one more episode
l8er m8
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>>1258542
Night, then. Thanks for your work.
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>>1258491
Oh, my. What is that that I see?

A 5, a 14 and a 50? You know what that means, don't you?

5+14+50=69
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>>1258926

The 22 isn't being used so, im afraid i can't take that 69 :/
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>>1259063

Welp, at least I tried. :/
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>>1259091
Well
I COULD use it but one day could be lewd and be bad due to my 15

Want me to take that 69
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>>1259122
Would not taking the 69 avoid it being a bad day?

If not, I will let the other anon decide. Not sure lews and bad go pretty well thogether
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>>1259122
No bad days please.
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>>1259130
>>1259137
You're going to have a bad day either way, the only difference is if it gets lewd or not
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>>1259137
We don't know if making it not lews will avoid it from being bad, that is why I am asking, and then let you deside later.
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>>1259150
How bad will it be if we dont take the lewd compared to if we do take the lewd?
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>>1259152
I dunno
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>>1259163
Will you still use the 15 in the equation to get 69 the other anon calculated for other events? Or no?
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>>1259175
Nah, im taking the 69 and using it on my 15
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>>1259181
What do you mean by "using it on my 15?" You're combining lewd and bad?
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>>1259185
Yeh
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>>1259187
...what? Why not use the 22?
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>>1259189
15-30 same event
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>>1259201
Oooookay
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>>1259204
>>1259152
U guys lewding or not?
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>>1259237
Yeah, sure. But what would that 85 from your number pool have done?
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>>1259237
...I just remembered, I got a 86 in reserve
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>>1259244
Want to use it? Quick before OP writes.
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>>1259250
Sure.
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>>1259240
>>1259244
Brehs
That 15 is for today, that 85 will still happen
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>>1259264
So we replace the 15 with the 86. That's what he intended to do, I think.

By the way, before we sleep, check the sky.
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>>1258546
Before going to sleep you check up on the couples to see how are they doing, they're all doing fairly well but they're trying to come to terms with the idea of the casualness of the tribe so you explain concepts they have trouble grasping and by the end they're more comfortable with the idea and they thank you for your help, this goes on with almost every couple, some more than others and after you're done talking with them everyone is feeling much better, the lone Wolf Girl is shy as usual so you don't get much out of her but you get the feeling she's happy to spend some time with you.

Once it's time to go to sleep you look at the sky for any lights but thankfully your search comes up empty handed, the soft sounds of the couples experimenting Is the last thing you hear before falling asleep.

>15+69

You wake up the next morning with the wolves couples already awake and going at it, looking around you even see Alda pinned between the wolves but the shy wolf girl remains looking at everyone at a fair distance. The sound of all the wolves and Alda make most of the atmosphere right now.

What do you do?
>Join them
>Give them alone time
>Take shy wolf girl with you
>Look for a place to wash up at
>Write-in
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I had to leave for a while, I'll probably change ID a few more times before getting a solid one
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>>1259372
>Alda
lol

>Look for a place to wash up at
>Bring wolf girl but don't engage
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>>1259392
Need two 1d100
One for place and the other one to c if you realize something
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>>1259392
lol indeed

This, and don't be an idiot, bring weapons with you.
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Rolled 78, 83 = 161 (2d100)

>>1259402
Oh no. Fruits?

And bring a spear like anon said.
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Rolled 15, 13 = 28 (2d100)

>>1258333
>After a while of having breakfast with the tribe the chief comes out of his tent with his wife following closely, as she leaves the tent something about her looks weird, off (1d100 to c if you notice).

What happened with this?

>>1259402
Here.
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Rolled 39, 84 = 123 (2d100)

>>1259402
Third roll here.

>>1259410
Great.
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>>1259414
Sadist didn't roll
>>1259410
>78
You stand up and head over to the Shy Wolf Girl, her ears lower but her tail starts wagging from side to side when you approach, you ask her if she wants to come with you and she quickly gets up and dusts off her butt fur before taking her place next to you. The two of you walk the forest while having a slow friendly conversation, the slowness being caused by the girl's shyness, after a while you come up up on a small river to wash up on, the wolf girl looks happy with this new discovery and she immediately jumps in.

>83
As you starts swimming around it hits you, there are no sounds except for the wolf girls splashing around and her laughter. There's a parasite nearby.
What do you do?
>Write-in
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>>1259410
FUCK
You grabbed a bow on the way out
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>>1259457
Get the fudge out and return to camp. BE STEALTHY.
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>>1259457
FUCK
>As you
As she
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>>1259457
Crap, I thought I rolled. Mustve forgotten after I saw anon give a goodnight.
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>>1259466
Need a roll to see if you encounter it or not and another for sneaking
Or would you prefer i roll for encountering it and u guys for stealth
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>>1259466
And tell to the group in a firm but calm voice, "Stop it. We need to go. There is a parasite nearby. The black things made of tendrils."
Then grab your things and gtfo as fast as you can wihout making your position obvious.
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Rolled 74, 31 = 105 (2d100)

>>1259480
>>1259484
It's just us and her. No group.
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Rolled 47, 38 = 85 (2d100)

>>1259480
>Or would you prefer i roll for encountering it and u guys for stealth

Dude, you roll high. And we have a 86 in reserve.

>>1259457
>>1259476
Can we do it now or is it to late?
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Rolled 5, 57 = 62 (2d100)

>>1259480

THE POWER OF THE DICE COMPELS THEE
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Rolled 4 (1d100)

>>1259491
It's just us and her. No group.

Once we reach the group.

>Need a roll to see if you encounter it or not and another for sneaking

Aren't both the same thing?
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>>1259500
Not cool. :(
I can hear their laughter/spoiler]
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>>1259504
Oh, I fucked the roll.

>>1259491
>>1259497
>>1259500
Well, we are using that 86.
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>>1259504
I think if we fail the first, we need to succeed on the second
>>1259504
>Once we reach the group.
I know. But one step at a time. This'll be for the next post if we succeed. Overstepping just adds to traffic and confuses the OP.
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>>1259504
One is for if you come across it and the other is to see if you manage to sneak past it

>>1259491
>74
You indeed find it
And
>31
For sneaking
Organize your strategy while i write up the encounter
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>>1259511
74, 86?
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>>1259518
Or replace one of the rolls with the 86
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>>1259523
That depends. Do we need the second roll if we succeed on the first?
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>>1259523
Woukd it make a difference which one?
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>>1259518
I want to light one on fire one day.
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>>1259530
I would, I think. Knowing where it is is better than not knowing where it is. And stealth will allow us to leave it behind and quickly get our party packed up and leaving.
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>>1259527
The first is for finding it, with that 74 you would see it at a distance and with the 31 you would fail to sneak away, so yes, you need that second roll unless you want it to find you
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>>1259545
So 74, 86
Find and sneak, respectively
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>>1259559
This.

>>1259531
We have Dartaa, if that is good enough for you...
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>>1259569
She's not a parasite anymore, remember? And yes, I know you made a joke.
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>>1259545
So anyway, did the chief's wife have pointy ears?
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Rolled 38 (1d100)

>>1259590
The time for that has passed friend maybe next time
>>1259559
>>1259569
>>1259511
You silently call out to the girl and inform her of the danger that's nearby, she looks around cautiously before slowly getting out of the river, as she gets out she sniffs the air and her ears twitch before she takes her place behind you. The two of you crouch down and start sneaking towards the camp, you chuckle slightly as you see the wolf girls get on all fours like an actual dig, as the two of you sneak through the trees the wolf girl sniffs around before getting on two legs and pointing to the treeline in the distance, thanks to her tracking skills you spot quite a few meters away, it's one of the ghostly ones the chief told you about, it's made of black smoke with what looks like a long sheet of cloth in its center. With it's distance from you the two of you safely sneak away leaving the parasite behind.

When you arrive at the camp the wolves have finished and they're having breakfast among the campfire. You quickly tell them to pack up their stuff because of the parasite nearby, they all realize the danger that it means and they immediately get to packing up their stuff.

Rolling for the parasite finding you
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>>1259667
>38
Is that good or bad?
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>>1259685
Good, the lower the better
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Rolled 51, 2, 19, 97, 99, 55, 9 = 332 (7d100)

>>1259667
>38
So
During the peoples packing up you keep an eye out on the treeline, thankfully once you spot the parasite it continues to float around where you spot it at, after a few minutes of silent packing the wolves and Alda are ready to leave but there's a problem, the parasite is blocking the path you would take.

Now rolling for the groups sneaking, and i need a 1d100 for your sneaking
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Rolled 29 (1d100)

>>1259726
Waaaaait, wait, wait. Let us roll for the group.
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Rolled 54, 63, 59 = 176 (3d100)

>>1259726
I realize that would suck, rolling for couples instead
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Rolled 74 (1d100)

>>1259726
We have both crit fails and crit success, did we fail?
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Rolled 18 (1d100)

>>1259726
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>>1259753
Assholes.
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>>1259746
What about Alda and Lone?
I'm calling the lone wolf girl Lone until we learn her name
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Rolled 81 (1d100)

>>1259785
Forgot about them in the couple rolls
Shit
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Rolled 88 (1d100)

>>1259762
Suspicious Squinting
>>1259746
>>1259748
>Rolled 54, 63, 59, 81

Due to the pressure of the situation the wolves don't sneak very well and they make some noise while they follow you, they step on some sticks or accidentally break a branch, the ones that do the best are you and Alda and Lone, but due to the sloppiness offl the other couples eventually you see the parasite float towards you, you immediately order everyone else to stay where they are until it passes.
Rolling for the parasite's search roll, if you beat mine you pass
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Rolled 15, 74, 80, 89 = 258 (4d100)

>>1259818
Oh god
I'm sorry
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Rolled 15 (1d100)

>>1259818
FUCK
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>>1259822
Couple one and two are found
What do you do?
How do you fight it?
And if you're letting them git fuked I'll need Noah's 1d100 for hiding
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Rolled 7 (1d100)

>>1259818
DEUS VULT
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>>1259828
>>1259824
>>1259753
>>1259745
How is this even possible? How is it possible to roll this many bad numbers in a row? It defies probability.
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>>1259826
Can you describe the parasite's biology/appearance in more detail first?
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Rolled 63 (1d100)

>>1259822
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>>1259826
And is everyone armed? Who is and who isnt? With what? Spear or bow? And why the hell do we have a bow? I asked for a spear.
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Rolled 77 (1d100)

>>1259826
Have the archers shot at it only whem they have clean shots, everybody else should grab a spear try to keep it at a distance. Have someone collect our stuff and go ahead, the archers will cover the spear weilders as they flee, and when the spear users are at the same distance that the archers both flee. If spears innefective it doesn't matter, no need to hurt it, just keep it away from you, which also means that movement shoukd be a priority and you should not let it get to close.
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>>1259826
>What do you do?

Ask if it can change to it's other form to talk before >>1259860, if so, offer to hunt for it/her/him.
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>>1259869
And if it talks with us and we have situable food for it, offer it. Or try to use it as a distraction as we flee.
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>>1259876
>Or try to use it as a distraction as we flee.
If it is not friendly/doesn't change.
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>>1259837
Well
It's a cloud of smoke with a sheet of cloth in its center outlining a person and once it finds you the clouds gets more dense and like the tendril ones it starts forming a shadowy humanoid shape around the cloth
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>>1259842
>>1259860
>>1259828
And it finds you too
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>>1259860
>>1259869
>>1259876
>>1259878
HOW DID I FORGET?!

If it doesn't talk/isn't friendly, ask Evangeline for help (make a wooden wall around it and impale the thing with pointy emergin sticks while it is trapped?)
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>>1259883
You're pretty fookin far from her, if she struggled to talk to you it's going to be even harder to make a wall
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>>1259880

If everything comes down to >>1259860, target the cloth
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>>1259880
First, ask Evangeline if she can form a bark sphere around the parasite. If she can't:


Then ask everyone armed with spear to spread out around the parasite in a semi-circle from our side. Keep the spears out. If the parasite lunges for one person, two people on the side of the target must thrust their spears, either to stop the parasite or to harm it. If this happens, it will be within our semi-circle and those at the ends of the semi-circle must lunge and sink their spears into the parasite's back. I don't know if it hardens it's whole body but I know the wisps will protect the cloth--and the cloth is it's true body. Have archers line up behind the spearmen as well, not spread out like a semi-circle, just behind and close together like a line, not shooting, just notching. We will all slowly step back. We will NOT attack until it does.

Then before it attacks, try for diplomacy like we did with Daarta the first time we met.
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>>1259895
>Then before it attacks, try for diplomacy like we did with Daarta the first time we met.
Well that was more seduction but yeah.

I will assume we have 5 spearmen and 4 archers.
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>>1259888
Contact with Evangeline, trap it, leave food in front of the cage, have the rest go away, make some distance (as far away as possible while making your presence clear), release it, obverve what it does, caje it again if hostile.
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>>1259904
Just keep it caged permanently. I dont see why you would release it. It would track and hunt us. And why would you waste Evangeline's energy by making her summon the bark cage, tear it down, and then re-summon it again?
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>>1259900
>>1259904
Keep in mind this one doesn't have a physical shape, if you tried touching it your hand would just pass through
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>>1259912
And the cloth? It's about to, is it not? It would need to be a solid in order to touch us.
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>>1259912
What, it isn't made of gas? And the cloth is also 'ethereal'? Would she just go through the caje and the spears?
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>>1259919
>she
Did you just assume the parasite's sex?

>>1259919
>Would she just go through the caje
That's not how gas works. You can confine gas. It just needs to be like the bubble Evageline summoned that time we passed out at the altar.
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>>1259918
>>1259919
Well
You could touch the cloth of course
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>>1259927
Then what's the problem?
This will work:
>>1259895
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>>1259919
>>1259924
And just in case
Who does Noah love the most?
>Daarta
>Varu
>Ira
>Silas
>Evangeline
>Taius
>Write-in
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>>1259932
OP YOU BETTER NOT KILL ANYONE
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>>1259911
I think we could forget about the first ball, just leave the food, then caje if hostile.

>>1259924
>Did you just assume the parasite's sex?

Bad habit.

>That's not how gas works. You can confine gas. It just needs to be like the bubble Evageline summoned that time we passed out at the altar.

There is a difference between being made of gas, and not having a physical body. I am asking if it is made of gas, if yes, then the wooden ball should work.
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>>1259895
>>1259930
So you're letting it go for one of the couples then try diplomacy when it makes its move?
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>>1259941
>>1259945
Juss askin'

Who will it be?
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>>1259932
>>1259941
Parasites take a form you find alluring.

Evangeline and copies don't go well.
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>>1259945
>and not having a physical body
>and not having a physical body
Unless if you're implying it's an ethereal and does not belong in the physical realm, then no, there is no difference. And it MUST belong in the physical realm because we can perceive it with our eyes. So no, there is not difference.

>for one of the couples
No. Anon meant we have food on us. Give that as apart of diplomacy.

>>1259957
DONT KILL ANYONE, OP.
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>>1259950
Two out of four couples are found
Including you, wanna reveal the rest by doing
>>1259930
?
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>>1259964
Is that a bad idea?
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>>1259973
it would increase the amount of probable losses
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>>1259932
Im still waaaaaaitiiiiiiiiing
>>1259941
>>1259962
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>>1259932
Well I personally LIKE Daarta, Varu, Ira, and Silas a little more than the other two but I believe Noah would love Daarta the most, in retrospect.
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>>1259977
Well of course. I mean beside that.
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>>1259996
>>1259962
So wife instead of kids above all?
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>>1259962
>>1260002
So you're going with
>>1259895
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Rolled 5 (1d6)

>>1259932
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>>1259962
>Unless if you're implying it's an ethereal and does not belong in the physical realm, then no, there is no difference. And it MUST belong in the physical realm because we can perceive it with our eyes. So no, there is not difference.


Actually, that is what I meant.

>>1259950
>>1259962
I wanted to caje it as a way to give us time to leave the food and for the rest to go away, then release it to try diplomacy, with the food already set. Diplomacy will be hard while it is trying to hunt us.

Still, I find no reason for waiting for it to attack us.
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>>1260019
OP. I SWEAR if anything bad happens to anyone of them the apocalypse will begin tomorrow.

Not necessarily the way you put in. Noah just has more history, and intense at that, with Daarta. They went through many hardship together--something that strengthens bonds. But Ira would come close a second, perhaps because she's our first child, technically, and is a reminiscent of Daarta./spoiler]
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>>1260041
>>1260042
>>1260040
OKAY
Daarta, then

So What're you doing, i need you here lurker friend, in case there's a tie or you have a better plan
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>>1260074
We wont reveal the others. Tell them to hide. We'll make do with the 4 couples and us.

Here's the plan:

First, ask Evangeline if she can form a bark sphere around the parasite. If she can't:


Then ask everyone armed with spear to spread out around the parasite in a semi-circle from our side. Keep the spears out. If the parasite lunges for one person, two people on the side of the target must thrust their spears, either to stop the parasite or to harm it. If this happens, it will be within our semi-circle and those at the ends of the semi-circle must lunge and sink their spears into the parasite's back. I don't know if it hardens it's whole body but I know the wisps will protect the cloth--and the cloth is it's true body. Have archers line up behind the spearmen as well, not spread out like a semi-circle, just behind and close together like a line, not shooting, just notching. We will all slowly step back. We will NOT attack until it does.

Then before it attacks, try for diplomacy like we did with Daarta the first time we met.

I'm guessing we make do with 4 spearmen and one archer.
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>>1260092
Diplomacy will entail throwing flesh at it's feet. Fruit if need be, in addition to whatever way we can express sentiments for peace or strike a deal that entails us hunting for it. Just...diplomacy + food.
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>>1260074
I will go for:
Ask Evangline if she can make the wooden ball 2 times.
If so:
Wooden ball
Evrybody leave except Noah
Leave food
Release parasyte
Obvserve
Caje again if hostile.
If not:
Leave food
Back away
Caje if hostile
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>>1260104
>If not:
>Leave food
>Back away
>Caje if hostile

Replaced with >>1260092, if the other anon agrees
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>>1260128
What?
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>>1260128
>>1260104
This then?
>>1260092
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>>1260135
Mmh... You know, 2 balls maybe is too much for Evangeline, let's go with
>>1260092
>>1260102

And tell the group that you once made friendly contact with a parasite before.
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>>1260150

I would rather us take this on alone, actually.

First, ask Evangeline if she can form a bark sphere around the parasite. If she can't:

Then tell the couple to back up, far enough to but good distance from it. Then get bows and notch the arrows. Do not raise it and point then at the parasite--its an open act of hostility whereas simply notching an arrow is a warning.

Then step forward, approach the parasite. Be sure to keep its attention. Give it food at its feet and be as casual but subtly cautious as possible.

^ this includes diplomacy.

Tell them beforehand to shoot the arrows if it pounces on us. Tell them to aim for the cloth.
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>>1260180
>this includes diplomacy.
And do whatever else that's diplomatic.

>>1260180
Also, tell the others that werent spotted to remain hidden and to be as silent as possible. ESPECIALLY wolf girl. I swear if she does anything stupid...
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So to reaffirm the situation, we tried to sneak away but the Gas!Parasite found both of the wolf couples correct?

Is there only 1 parasite?
How wide is the path we're on?
What is the terrain like?
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>>1260158
>>1260180
>>1260191
You try to call out to Evangeline but due to bow fast the parasite is approaching you're not able to finish it before the parasite is upon you, one of the couples and Alda and Wolf Girl remain hidden in their trees as the parasite moves closer to you and the other two couples, you order them stay back and ready and arrow just in case but to not aim or anything, just do It if tries to attack. You follow them and the parasite starts to solidify as it follows your group, your first encounter with Daarta comes to mind so you take a step closer as you do this you ask them if it tries anything they should shoot at the cloth in its center. You grab the backpack from your back and take out a few chunks of food on the floor next to you, everyone is weirded out by your actions but they don't try anything against them. The parasite floats down onto the food but it's impossible for you to realize the smoke that starts pouring into your ears and nostrils coming from behind your head until it's too late, you start feeling dizzy before you collapse and fall asleep, the cloth and smoke being shot by arrows its the last thing you see before you pass out.

Phone is at 15% might take a while for a new post
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>>1260302
I fucking knew it. Welp.
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>>1260302
I guess i should of posted sooner, i was going to suggest having everyone scatter in separate directions, when it follows one person have everyone else flank the parasite
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>>1260330
That wouldnt have worked. There would have still been a casualty. And it's gaseous, flanking it will do no good. Id rather we take the brunt of the damage then anyone else.
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>>1260351
I would asume that if they were to run the parasite would leave them, since we are there in the ground.
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>>1260351
Hmm, i wonder if OP asked us who we thought Noah cherished the most because we are about to lose some memories
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>>1260390
SON OF A BITCH
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>>1260395
We didn't lose memories about Evangeline with Dartaa, I don't see why we would now.
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>>1260438
What're you talking about? Do you understand that we were only supposed to forget Evangeline because she willed it? Daarta has nothing to do with it. And I have a feeling that if OP wipes our memory, itll be about everyone BUT Daarta, of whom he chose as Noah's most loved.
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>>1260455
Oh, I was just saying that parasites don't wipe memories, as I understand it.
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>>1260474
Forest Parasites don't, we know nothing of these ones
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>>1260474
It just invaded our head. I wouldn't be surprised if it damaged our nervous system and brain.
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>>1260492
Or if it probed our memories for new forms to take. Or ours.
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>>1260455
LOL WUT
yes... YES
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>>1260673
Wait...what?
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>>1260318
>>1260330
>>1260387
You awaken hours later with moonlight shining down on you, next to you wrapped under your arm lies what looks like the opposite version of Daarta, everything about her resembles Daarta but twists it into something sultry and sensual, her breasts are larger, her hips are broader, her skin is a light brown and her hair is completely white, when she notices you're awake she looks at you before smiling and bringing a hand to your member before she starts stroking it, now that you have a good look at her face you notice she resembles Daarta too but also looks much more sluttier and sexual. From the bushes you hear a wolf calling out to you.

What do you do?
>Write-in
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>>1260723
>"Not this shit again."
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>>1260692
you'll see
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>>1260723
>"Not this shit again."
>We give her a hug, so that she doesn't notice how we gesture the wolves to keep their distance. It is still dangerous.
>One hand on each shoulder, make her face us. "Ok, first of all, you don't need to hide to me who you are, I know and I won't hate you for that. Secondly, are you hungry? Do you think you can hold until I hunt something for you? Could you eat the food that I gave you? And lastly, I want you to know that I understand your reasons whatever is the answer, the people that was with me, they got hurt?"
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>>1260812
>We give her a hug
and a kiss.

Dartaa didn't eat us because we showed love

>the people that was
*were
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>>1260812
>"Ok, first of all, you don't need to hide to me who you are, I know and I won't hate you for that. Secondly, are you hungry? Do you think you can hold until I hunt something for you? Could you eat the food that I gave you? And lastly, I want you to know that I understand your reasons whatever is the answer, the people that was with me, they got hurt?"

She wont understand our language, like Daarta before we taught her.

And dont even bother warding the wolves off. She wont attack them. She will suck our life. And your gesture would only have them misunderstand.

"Im fucking, leave us."

So no.
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>>1260841
Wait wut
I dont remember you guys actively teaching Daarta english, she couldn't talk before she was too hungry to, she could speak basic sentences because she wasn't capable of more when she was a parasite
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>>1260865

We didnt, I dont think. But you did. Or was that just the tribe's language.
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>>1260865
Why and how does she know English?
>>1260876
I know you wrote for Noah teaching her a language or two. Im not certain if it entailed English.
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>>1260841
>She wont understand our language, like Daarta before we taught her.

Dartaa understood our language from the start, then she learned how to talk, and then we teached her the tribe's language.
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>>1260841
>And dont even bother warding the wolves off. She wont attack them. She will suck our life. And your gesture would only have them misunderstand.
>"Im fucking, leave us."
>So no.

Mmmkay, let's make sure they hear us talking then.

Also, make sure to talk in an emphatic and calm voice.
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>>1260890
>Why and how does she know English?
Your first brain connection!
>I know you wrote for Noah teaching her a language or two. Im not certain if it entailed English.
Yeah, she was more human then and IIRC that was after the horde

also
>>1260894
this
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>>1260841
>>1260921
So you're doing this?
>>1260812
>>1260837
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>>1260925
Ah gotcha

>tell her we know what she is and we accept her but we cannot feed our own life
>ask if she can sustain herself with the meat and fruits we give her until we arrive at our tribe
>be loving and gentle
>call to the wolves and tell them to wait, and that we are fine
>finger the parasite

If I recall, fingering Daarta did wonders. Or did we eat her out?

>>1260812
You sound sassy, man.
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>>1260978
Yep.
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>>1260980
This.

>You sound sassy, man.

Is practically the same that you posted.
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>>1260993
No, mine sounds more less sassy and patronizing. The ideas are the same but the way you expressed it through words isn't.
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>>1260993
It's not a big deal. I just feel uncomfortable talking to someone we have a very precarious relationship right now like that. Sorry.
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>>1261010
Nah, no need to apologise.

I have no problem. Like I said, is practically the same.
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>>1260980
>>1260993

You stop her hand and bring her closer before telling her you know what she is, you’ll gladly take her in with you but you won’t let her feed off of you, you have a family to come back to, she looks disappointed but you ask her if she could sustain herself off of the meat and fruits we have until we get back home, because once you’re there you could feed her properly, she tilts her head sideways when you mention feeding her but she shakes her head before pointing to her mouth with one of her fingers, you frown and tell her it’s okay before calling out to the wolves to tell them you’re alright which causes the nearby one to make noise with the bushes when he leaves..

She’s hungry, what do you do now?
>Hunt something (1d100)
>Finger her(1d100)
>Ask the wolves to bring you some food either way
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Rolled 12 (1d100)

>>1261173
>finger first
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>>1261173
>Write-in
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Rolled 36 (1d100)

>>1261173
>Finger her(1d100)
>Ask the wolves to bring you some food either way

I am assuming we can't do both, finger her and hunt ourselves.
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Rolled 90 (1d100)

>>1261180
>>1261198

Oh, come on.
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>>1261173
Im scared to roll again. Lurker?
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>>1261213
Noice, that's for fingering right?
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>>1261213
YES
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Rolled 61 (1d100)

>>1261217
I was going to, but Ever rolled again
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>>1261221
Yep
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>>1261221
Yes.

>>1261217
Fear not, Anon. The dice gods had mercy.
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>>1261213
>>1261226
>>1261180
>>1261198
>90
Remembering your time with Daarta you let her know you're not going to leave her hanging while you go find something to eat so you pull her up so she’s at the same height as you before you start to slowly rub her entrance, like Daarta she’s clearly not used to this gentle treatment so she lets you do you thing while she squirms under your touch, eventually her legs start twitching and she starts moaning more and more, from the corner of your eye you see she sometimes starts oozing out that black smoke as if losing her composure on her form , just as she’s about to hit her peak she tries to reach for your mouth to feed you that weird sweet stuff but you manage to dodge her and finish her off, as she lies there sweating and unable to move you whisper you’ll get her some food but in the meantime she should stay here, she lazily nods with a dreamy grin on her face.

What do you do now?
>Go hunt (1d100)
>Ditch her and gtfo with your group
>Ask the wolves to hunt something for you
>Write-in
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Rolled 21 (1d100)

>>1261424
>Go hunt (1d100)
>Ask the wolves to hunt something with you
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>>1261452
so you're going with them?
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>>1261482
Uh nevermind. You make it sound like we should stay with her.

>>Ask the wolves to hunt something for you
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Rolled 19 (1d100)

>>1261424
>Go hunt (1d100)
>Ask the wolves to hunt something for you
>Tell the group about Dartaa to ease their worries.
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>>1261492
wut
:^)
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>>1261497
No, anon. We stay.
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>>1261492
Hum, good point.

>Tell the group about Dartaa to ease their worries.
>Ask the wolves to hunt something for you

"I actually met a parasite before, she is one of my lovers."
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>>1261497
>Tell the group about Dartaa to ease their worries.
ChocolateAnti-Daarta you mean!
:^)
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>>1261497
And it's best to keep the others away until she's fed. So just have the wolves hunt for us for now, yeah? Dont let anyone come near.

>>1261513
No, he got it right the first time. Tell them about Daarta and how it's related to this...Atraad
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>>1261521
i know man
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Rolled 73 (1d100)

>>1261424
i should probably roll?
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>>1261533
For what? We arent hunting.
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>>1261549
Oi
Be nice to lurker friend
:^)
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>>1261605
That was a genuine question. I'm not being mean.
You want to see mean, lurker? ;)
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>>1261605
>>1261640
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>>1261605
>>1261640
jk <3
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