''The First Steps are always the Strangest''It is with a start that you awake, the whining of your alarm clock blaring in your ear. Normally it would be this that wakes you up but instead it is the last few threads of whatever dream you found yourself in the night before. By now many of these dreams would be little more than fading sensations but this?You can still hear the chanting and feel the prickling feeling of ''Something'' crawling over your skin…Shaking the thought away you slap off your alarm before going through a mental checklist to clear the last dredges of fog and sleep from your head. Tensing your arms and legs you still have all of those in place, lanky and pale as ever you no-doubt assume. Bringing your hands up to your eyes you wipe the crusts from them before looking up at the familiar, unadorned ceiling of your room. For a brief moment you remember your nightmarish dream and the distant abandoned warehouse ceiling, rusted iron struts echoing with the sound of…No! No more of that. Back to your checklist. >Your name? What’s your name? >A.) Millard Lobb>B.) Peter Reilly>C.) Alexander ‘Alex’ White>D.) Other
>>1621991>>C.) Alexander ‘Alex’ White
>>1621991>C.) Alexander ‘Alex’ White
>>1621991>Alexander ‘Alex’ White
>>1621991>D.) other.Beauregard dunkerque hon hon hon
>>1621991>B.) Peter Reilly
>>1621991 (OP)>Alexander ‘Alex’ White
>>1621991 (OP) #>C. Alexander 'Alex' White
>>1621991Ah, that’s right!Standing up from your bed you give a stretch and a yawn, the usual morning orchestra of early traffic, police and ambulance sirens, and general noise pollution finally shaking you free of your early morning haze. Looking at the mirror everything seems the same as it always has been: Mop of dark hair, pale skin, green eyes…Lack of blood or lacerations as individual..No! No No No! Seriously! Enough. Perhaps some fresh air is in order.Walking to the small window across your bedroom, you pull back the curtain to reveal the ever familiar skyline of:>A.) Gotham City>B.) Jump City>C.) Central City>D.) Other (Write-In)
>>1622098>>A.) Gotham CityA Spider quest in the DC universe? Hmm...Spiderman with brutal Bat training a go!
>>1622098>D.) Other (Write-In)paris
>>1622098>>A.) Gotham Citylet's fucking do this shit
>>1622098>A.) Gotham CityBecause DCU Spiderman is gonna be fukin' dope
>>1622105Ding ding ding! First of many clues unlocked! Welcome everyone to my take on the (Usually) beloved Spider-Man in the D.C Universe. This won't be your average wall crawler I assure you, and once the quest takes off all your choices will be your own!But beware! For your actions will have consequences!
>>1622118Awesome! I wonder, there's an alternate Spiderman timeline where Peter joined Wolverine and became a black ops kinda character. Trained his spideysense to the point of being a precog too. Is that out of the question here?
>>1622150Well I assure you, Your Spidey doesn't even have his powers yet (or does he? You'll have to find out) this story is part mine, part yours. No past training, just you and whatever you choose! Also gonna give it another 15 minutes or so for replies and then i'll post.
>>1622098>C.) Central City
>>1622098The Gothic and looming landscape of Gotham City. You’ve lived here all your life and you can scarcely remember a time where the gargoyles and spindling towers of the city did not dance above your head. While to many outsiders who have not been their all their lives the many dangerous criminals and organizations that thrived in the city, or the dark knight who protected the city, to you it was home. “Alex! It’s time to get going pal, you’ve got school to go to!” Came the gruff voice of your father: Ben. Turning away from the window you quickly make your way into the shower and begin the morning routine of washing and grooming yourself. With the rivulets of warm water caressing your naked body you can swear you feel...different. Maybe it’s just the warm water on your aching muscles, maybe it isn’t?>Roll A D100 Gents, First three will be taken. Roll well!
Rolled 47 (1d100)>>1622200
Rolled 30 (1d100)>>1622200
Rolled 72 (1d100)>>1622200
Rolled 34 (1d100)>>1622200french quality rolls coming through hon
>>1622235Don't worry, this wasn't gonna be a "Crack your head and die" roll. You'll see. Writing
>>1622236Would be pretty bad end if we fell in the shower and died.
>>1622223Huh...that’s odd.You were never an athletic person, even with Pops enrolling you in nearly every sport he could. Yet looking down you can’t help but notice the toned and healthy muscle that now makes up your torso and arms. Now, you know you aren’t imagining this, and a few minutes of testing shows you’re able to flex muscles you were almost certain had nothing to flex just a day ago.What’s going on here? Before you can investigate though you’re roused from your thoughts by your uncle and so you double your efforts to get yourself clean. Still toweling your hair and freshly dressed, your adoptive parents Ben and May Parker are sitting at the kitchen table, a small plate of Eggs, toast and bacon waiting for you.“Finally sport!” Your father chides, though his seemingly ever-present smile shows there’s no aggression “Your mother was getting nervous you might have fallen asleep again, considering we didn’t even hear you come in.” He finishes with a chuckle.Sitting down at your designated spot at the table you begin to dig in when a thought comes to you:You went out last night?>A.) Ask your Dad about going out.>B.) Say nothing, maybe it’ll come to you.>C.) Other
>>1622280GOD DAMMIT! Must. Not. Call. Ben. Uncle!
>>1622280>>A.) Ask your Dad about going out.
>>1622280>>>A.) Ask your Dad about going out.
>A.) Ask your Dad about going out.
>>1622280>B.) Say nothing, maybe it’ll come to you.
>>1622280>A.) Ask your Dad about going out
>>1622223 >A. Ask your Dad about going out.
>>1622280>A.) Ask your Dad about going out.
>>1622280Swallowing the bite of food in your mouth you give a puzzled look to your Father.“I went out last night?” You ask him your brow scrunching in concentration as you try and recall the night before, though the only things that even jump are the vague memories of your nightmare over the evening. For a moment your father looks at you, but no doubt seeing your confused face he relents. “Yes...uh you came running home yesterday with this huge smile on your face. Apparently one of your friends wanted to have some group event and you were out the door and said you might not be home until...well after school today.” He says “Yet here you are.”Processing the information it does come back to you that you vaguely remember Harry, one of your equally geeky friends, having some sort of hang out. You’ll have to ask him about that later, but that will have to wait until you get to school. Finishing up your breakfast you finished getting dressed in your school uniform, and make your way down the stairs to the street level when a blur of yellow passes your vision.Your bus has gotten here earlier than you thought!>Roll to make it! D20. First three boys!
Rolled 7 (1d20)>>1622347
Rolled 1 (1d20)>>1622347
Rolled 4 (1d20)>>1622347Rolling
>>1622358I'm sorry, everyone
>>1622362The Parker curse is upon us already it seems.
>>1622358Immediately you take off in a run, watching the bus began to slow itself down for its stop.You can make it!You see the doors open, the stop sign extend and the lights go off.You can make it!You watch the lights stop, the sign retreating, the doors closing.No! No!And pull away.>A.) No! I’m not giving up (1d100)>B.) I guess we’re gonna be late>C.) No! I’m not giving up (1d100-20) A and C are different, but depending on how you do well...you might get prizes.
>>1622401>C.) No! I’m not giving up (1d100-20)
Rolled 28 (1d100)>>1622401>>C.) No! I’m not giving up (1d100-20)
>>1622401Oh, right, best of the first five. I'll be lenient on this one.
>>16224078...please let someone roll better. Maaaaaaaaaybe not Slav.
Rolled 84 - 20 (1d100 - 20)>>1622401>>C.) No! I’m not giving up (1d100-20)
>>1622401 >C. No! I'm not giving up! (1d100-20)
Rolled 15 (1d100)>>1622401>A.) No! I'm not giving up (1d100)
>>1622424...I think I need to stop rolling
>>1622419Okay, because you guys seem to be voting for C. How about this, as a lesson. To roll dice in your "Options" box type "dice + 1d100-20) and that will do the roll. Just in case some of you haven't done it.As a gesture of good faith (and as this is my first real quest) We'll start this from the top. Five rolls, 1d100-20. Go.
Rolled 41 + 20 (1d100 + 20)>>1622436Oh, I forgot the minus 20.
Rolled 77 + 20 (1d100 + 20)>>1622436well, maybe one more time...
Rolled 54 + 20 (1d100 + 20)Please...help...
Rolled 67 - 20 (1d100 - 20)>>1622436
>>1622440Okay. Just fuck me and my computer.
>>1622441Okay, a bit better
Rolled 5 + 20 (1d100 + 20)>>1622436
Rolled 53 + 20 (1d100 + 20)>>1622436Unused to systems asking you to roll during vote
Well fuck this shit.
>>1622454I realized that is the problem, i'm gonna fix that. From now on it's gonna be vote then roll.
Weird, copying a - gives a +?
>>1622459Lovely. Thanks be to you, QM!
oh boy things are going to get bad
Rolled 63 - 20 (1d100 - 20)>>1622460You're supposed to do +- and it will give you a minus sign.
>>1622460It's not just copying it. It just adds by default for some reason
Rolled 63 - 20 (1d100 - 20)>>1622459Also, you can't do "dice+1d100-20" it should be "dice+1d100+-20"
Rolled 50 - 20 (1d100 - 20)Rolling for funsies.
>>162244157: Narrow success. Nothing special, but you did it!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gHMBs5yZDEcThe muscles in your legs burn as your body pushes itself harder than you ever knew you could. Thank god for your overnight miracle muscles, letting you push yourself harder than you thought you could. Catching up to the tail end of the bus you futily bang your hand against the metallic frame, all the while the kids at the back of the bus (who of course are the group that bully you at school) laughing as you struggle.You don’t know how long you were running but eventually the bus stops and you manage to climb aboard. Disheveled and panting you make your way to your usual seat, though find that Harry is nowhere to be seen. That wouldn’t bother you if it weren’t for the fact that he usually got on the bus earlier than you. Letting your breath eventually relax, you slip your headphones out of your bag and place them on your head.It’s a good half hour until you get to Brentwood Academy and you may as well drown it out in the sound of music and bumping of the bus on the road. > 1d100-10 best of three
dice+1d100+-20here goes nothing
Rolled 87 - 10 (1d100 - 10)Please...
Rolled 92 - 10 (1d100 - 10)>>1622525Rolling
Rolled 87 - 10 (1d100 - 10)>>1622525
Rolled 6 - 10 (1d100 - 10)>>1622525
>>1622537>>1622539>>1622541Good job everyone
>>1622548I'm just happy I was slow this time. Good job guy's.
>>1622539You don’t know how long you’ve been sitting there, just letting the music lull you into daze when suddenly...you feel something.Like an itch at the back of your mind you feel it pestering you, prodding at your very being to take actions. Deciding that perhaps this itch is important you listen and let yourself ‘relax’ for a lack of better terms into the feeling. Bending down in an action akin to tying your shoes you feel the itch subside when all of a sudden the sound of rancorous, antagonistic laughter begins to drown out even your rather loud music. Sitting back up you see an acquaintance of yours; Bobby or whatever? You can’t remember.Yet you can see the back of his head is covered in what is unmistakably apple sauce.Looking back, above the laughter and happy faces you can still see the eyes of Flash Thompson boring into yours. Clearly he’s upset.Was that for you? The gears in your head begin to turn as the series of events surrounding your morning continue to baffle you. Is it sheer dumb luck? No, nearly missing the bus would say otherwise yet the muscles and just now say otherwise. What happened to you last night? Where the hell is Harry? Just what is going on around here?!>A.) Try and remember the night before>B.) Call Harry>C.) Just wait until you get to school, he’s bound to be there. Right?
>>1622579>A.) Try and remember the night before>B.) Call Harry
>>1622579>B.) Call Harry
>>1622579 >B. Call Harry.
>>1622579>>B.) Call Harry
>>1622579Pulling out your phone you quickly dial in the number of Harvey Osborne. Having been friends ever since you moved into your current apartment with your adoptive parents, it was suspicious that Harry wouldn’t send you a message or call you if he wasn’t going to be on the bus. Even with your apparent hang out the last evening it was odd. Your thoughts were broken when the dial tone cut out and a voice answered the line, one that you did not recognize.“Hello?” >How do you respond?>A.) Reply in greeting? >B.) Ask who it is?>C.) Hang Up>D.) Other.
>>1622631 >B. ask who it is.
>>1622631>>B.) Ask who it is?
>>1622631>>B.) Ask who it is?Introduce ourselves as well, we were raised with manners after all.
>>1622631>B.) Ask who it is
>>1622631>A.) Reply in greeting? >B.) Ask who it is?
>>1622631>B.) Ask who it is?
>>1622631“Um...hello?” You reply, unsure. This IS an unknown person on the other end. “Is Harry there?” You ask “I’m Alex...Alex White.” You add, realizing perhaps a show of good manners my help.“Hello, my name is Detective Harvey Bullock, GCPD” The voice, now named Harvey replies. “I’m afraid that Harry is not available as….well, to put it bluntly kid, your friend is dead.”He finishes, though there is clearly a sad tone to the voice. “I hate to be the barer of bad news but I figured you should hear it now rather than me lie to you, sorry.” >Harry is Dead? How? WHY? This Can’t be!!>A.) Ask what happened (1d100-20)>B.) Ask how you have the phone.>C.) Hang up, quietly contemplate what happened.Last post for the evening. Gonna pick up once I wake up tomorrow. Have a good morning/afternoon/evening.
>>1622721>A.) Ask what happened (1d100-20)
>>1622721>You fekkin wot>A.) Ask what happened (1d100-20)
Rolled 96 - 20 (1d100 - 20)>>1622721>A.) Ask what happened (1d100-20)
Rolled 35 - 20 (1d100 - 20)>>1622721>A.) Ask what happened (1d100-20)
Rolled 70 + 20 (1d100 + 20)>>1622721>A.) Ask what happened (1d100-20)
Rolled 32 - 20 (1d100 - 20)>>1622721>A.) Ask what happened (1d100-20)
Rolled 69 - 20 (1d100 - 20)>>1622721>A. Ask about what happened. (1d100-20)
>>1622748Just for future reference, Pick your option first, THEN i'll call for a roll. You’re stunned.You are well aware of the crime and nasty things that go on in Gotham, but it never really hit home to you that it could affect you. Sure, you knew people who had had something happen to them; a mugging here, a murder of a friend-of-a-friend there. But now here you are, your closest friend dead.This has to be a dream, right?“What happened?” You ask. You can’t tell if your voice is hard and demanding or a choked whimpering mess, you don’t care. You want answers and no matter your feelings you WILL find out.There is a pause on the other end; If you were thinking rationally perhaps you’d understand that him having told you this much was probably breaking some police code, but your heart is pounding in your ears and your hands are shaking. You don’t seem very rational right now, and perhaps its showing.“Ah...well...Look kid if you can keep this quiet I can tell you, otherwise the Commissioner is gonna have my badge.” He explains, his voice quiet. Seems you got lucky with who exactly picked up this call.Looking out for a moment you see the bridge out of Gotham, you’ve probably got a few minutes until you’re out of the city and at the school proper. “I give you my word.” You tell him, your voice unwavering this time. “Alright, here’s the quick and messy way: Seems your friend was into quite a bit of creepy shit.” Harvey starts, you can hear him pull the phone a way and take a swig of something. “We found him, and a few other teens in some abandoned warehouse down in Miller Harbor. I won’t divulge the details but let’s just say the rats were already getting to them by the time the call came in about missing kids.”Swallowing this information your brain goes into overdrive. The dream last night, it was a warehouse wasn’t it? But, that can’t be, can it? Were you THERE when all this happened?After a few pregnant seconds you snap back to reality and thank the detective for his time and hang up. You have a few minutes left and as much as you don’t want to, sadly all you can do is think.>A.) Try and remember the Dream.>B.) Write down some key points from the call, for later.>C.) Mull over the passing of Harry.>D.) Cry.
>>1623399>A.) Try and remember the Dream.
>>1623399>B.) Write down some key points from the call, for later.Then>A.) Try and remember the Dream.
>>1623399>A.) Try and remember the Dream.>B.) Write down some key points from the call, for later.
>>1623399>>A.) Try and remember the Dream.>>B.) Write down some key points from the call, for later.
>>1623399Alright, seems your vote is going to be A and B. I'm gonna need a roll of 1d100. Best of three!
Rolled 92 (1d100)>>1623456
Rolled 44 (1d100)>>1623456
Rolled 60 (1d100)>>1623456
>>1623471Jotting down the few relevant details the detective gave to you, you try to remember the night before. For a moment it simply feels empty; as if the horrid memories of your dream the night before and the death of Harry now. But slowly, like a dripping faucet it begins to come back to you:Ever since Harry’s father Norman had passed away five years before, the young teen had been a bit...unhinged. Try as you might have, there was no shaking the sudden interest in the otherworldly and occult. He had explained to you finally after a few months of desperately trying to get an answer to his sudden mania, that his father had accrued a collection of tomes on the realm of fate and that, with sufficient work that one could change it.He explained that after years of learning and studying he had figured out a way to “make things right”, whatever that meant. Skeptical of his fanaticism but hoping that it would bring him closure, you agreed to meet him the night before.The last memory that makes any sense to you is that of being thrust into a deep red robe with a bunch of other strangers and being led into a dimly lit Warehouse; The rest though? The rest is a blur, of chanting and dancing shadows, unspoken words of power being used for the first time in centuries, all of it nonsense you can’t even begin to fathom. Are some of these memories real? Or just a hallucination? Whatever it is, it will have to wait; The bus has stopped and the monotony of school awaits!>A.) Go to class early, try to avoid Flash.>B.) Lounge around, maybe some other classmates heard something>C.) Other
>>1623640>B.) Lounge around, maybe some other classmates heard something
>>1623640>A.) Go to class early, try to avoid Flash.
>>1623640>>A.) Go to class early, try to avoid Flash.
>>1621991HEY YOU KEEP ON DOING THISAND I'LL SUPPORT THE SHIT OUT OF YOU
>>1623730Hahaha, thank you!I actually do work on your quest as well, i'm so glad you're enjoying this. Gonna give us a few more votes and then i'll write up.
>>1623640 >A.) Go to class early, try to avoid Flash.>B. Lounge around. Maybe someone else knows something.
>>1623738I have ONE question though, we're in Gotham but... we're Spider Man?
>>1623806You are a spider-man style character. But I won't spoil how or what this means for you
>>1623640>sudden interest in the otherworldly and occultDid he turn us into a Spider Totem? Fuck.
Rolled 15 (1d20)>>1623738QM roll, let's see what you get
>>1623640Stepping off the bus you make a bee-line for the classroom. Even with everything on your mind you’re well aware that Flash is no-doubt angry about your ‘stunt’ earlier. You’re still trying to wrap your head around it yourself but the last thing you probably want to do is have him confront you.The halls are naturally filled with students of every shape, size and grade, and being fleet of foot you do your best to blend into the crowd. You’re doing well, just a few more yards and you’ll be in the classroom. But all of a sudden your head starts that familiar tingle. You hadn’t noticed it with your eyes closed the last time, but time seemed to...slow down. Not enough that it stopped, but you could see now the individual ticking of the clock just ahead of you, the fluttering of a fly’s wings. Yet still the itching feeling prevailed, and if the last time this happened meant anything, you were in danger!>Roll a D20, best of five.
Rolled 16 (1d20)>>1623996
Rolled 2 (1d20)>>1623996
Rolled 4 (1d20)>>1623996
Rolled 18 (1d20)>>1623996
>>1623830Aaaa, okay, got it. Feels a tad marvel-y what with an uncle named Ben. Less of course, he's not actually named Ben.
Rolled 18 (1d20)I will help, NAT ONE INCOMING
>>1624101Believe it or not he's your adoptive father, and the Harry and Norman here are in fact Harry and Norman Osborne. There was just no OSCORP to go with it.As we get into it things will become more apparent. The uncle thing was me being dumb because in my head I call him Uncle Ben no matter what
>>1624133Aaaaah, alright. On that note, we should MAKE Oscorp! Contend with Wayne Tech! We should ALSO get bitten by a radioactive Wolf Spider or Bulldog Ant! Shit would be fucking RAD!
>>1624217I assure you, you already have your powers, if the spider sense and everything is to go by.It's the how and why that's up to you to figure out.I'll write up in a bit, just finishing up some sudden work on my end
>>1624217NOmagic space crystal that give us psionics and we become a hiveminded spider manBEST ANSWER AND ONLY EPIC ONE
>>1624226>Not wanting strength x100 you self>Or be immune to poison>Or howling at the moon via sonic screamBe real here man.on a side note it was a Grasshopper Mouse I should have cited rather than a Wolf Mouse.
>>1624085>>1624108Without thinking you let go to your instincts and tilt your head, a fist suddenly occupying the space your head once was in. Still embracing the adrenaline of the moment you twist on your heels, the surprised look of Flash Thompson unmistakable in slow-motion. Heck, you can swear you see his pupils widening in surprise as he continues forward having missed your (secretly) muscular frame.>What do you do?This is a write in folks, give me an idea of how you want to handle your first "Fight"
>>1624275left hook to the chin
>>1624275Jab with your left and immediately follow it up with an uppercut with your right
>>1624275>Fuck with him to the max. Dodge everything, simply pushing him away and into different directions and objects. tire him out and then just tip him over like a Loony Toons skit.We Cassius Clay now
>>1624275Just keep dodging and make him look like an idiot.
>>1624575Dodge like a motherfucker and make him look like a fool. Keep track of as many of his punches as possible and try to be acutely aware of what's going on.
>>1624299>>1624302>>1624331>Float Like a Butterfly, Sting Like a SpiderPlanting your feet you continue to watch the surreal spectacle before you. It's evident that flash expected the blow to hit, and in typical brute style he resorts to wild punches and hooks. Normally you wouldn't even be able to realize the little things you see such as how the muscles in his shoulders tense when he's about to reel back for a punch, or just how angry it made him to move just out of the way of each strike.You can't tell if you have a grin on your face, but you're roused from your revelry when you feel your back press into the lockers of the wall. >Roll a D20 folks, i'll be taking the average this time of the first five rolls!
Rolled 11 (1d20)>>1624445Let me fuck up first!
Rolled 10 (1d20)>>1624445
Rolled 13 (1d20)>>1624445
Rolled 18 (1d20)>>1624445
Rolled 6 (1d20)
>>1624445Panic begins to set in, and your amusement begins to turn into a whirlwind of thoughts. Just in front of your eyes you can see the ever approaching fist of Flash Thompson, the grin on his face taking a feral nature as he believes you cornered. The tingling feeling persists and you decide to go with the one option you have: Give into it.In a moment the world is in a blur your hand comes up and curls around his fist, stopping his momentum dead. You see his free arm coming up for another blow, but it's too slow. In a surge of moment your free hand curls into a fist and darts out and you watch in a grim fascination as his face contorts as the pain registers, your fist burying itself in his stomach. Letting go of his fist you instead reach for his neck and with a speed and strength you didn’t know you had, slam him face first into the lockers beside you. Time begins to flow normally again as you watch him slump against the aluminum with a groan. However you also come to realize that it’s the ONLY sound in the hall.Turning around you see that the student body is shocked that Flash is down, and that YOU of all people managed to put him down without a scratch. >A.) Be as meek as you can, dart into the classroom and HOPE no one says anything>B.) Taunt Flash>C.) Run>D.) Other
>>1624551>D.) Strut into class with the biggest shit eating grin on your face.
>>1624551>B.) Taunt Flash What's wrong EUGENE? Steroids failing you? Maybe if your BRAIN wasn't as small as your DICK you'd have known not to bully kids!
>>1624551>D.) OtherShrug and just walk into class like nothing happened. I mean I love dork Parker and all, but we don't even have his name, no reason to ruin high-school for ourselves.
>>1624551>>D.) OtherEnter class while playing it as cool as possible.
>>1624551You say nothing, and simply shrug your shoulders as you sling your bag back onto your back before making your way into the classroom for the first class of the day. Taking your usual seat at the back of the room all eyes are on you as the remaining students make their way into the classroom, no doubt still seeing the fight in their heads. Mulling over the notes you jotted down earlier that morning you can’t help but feel one pair of eyes that had refused to leave you ever since you sat down. Turning to face the individual in question you are surprised to find Tim Drake staring back at you, an absolute grin on his face. You barely have spoken to the teen before, and from what you knew of him he was always at the front of the class. Yet here he was.“Dude, that was incredible!’ he says, having finally caught your attention giving you a pat on the shoulder that immediately bothered you.“Yeah, I guess it was, huh?” You reply after a moment, still processing yourself the events of the morning and your most recent ‘escapade’.“You Guess? You do realize you just put Flash Thompson on his face, right?” He ask incredulously, eyes widening in surprise at your seemingly nonplus attitude to the event. No doubt you surmise he’s never had to really deal with Flash and his ‘i’m bigger than you therefore you’re a runt’ mentality. Having always been good friends with Barbara Gordon no doubt had its perks you suppose…“I don’t know...Tim, Right?” You ask, getting a nod of confirmation. “Yeah it...I don’t know, it’s been a rough day.” You admit, looking down at your notes. “What happened?” He asks, eyebrow raising as his whole demenor seems to change, but you can’t tell how.>A.) Answer him, but only about what happened to Harry>B.) Answer him about everything that’s been going on>C.) Dismiss him, clearly it’s nothing. >D.) Other
>>1624809>>A.) Answer him, but only about what happened to Harry
>>1624809>A.) Answer him, but only about what happened to Harry
>>1624809>A.) Answer him, but only about what happened to HarryI mean he's clearly going to work out the rest of the stuff on his own, but we shouldn't just tell someone that we barely know all this stuff.
>>1624551>D.) A detective asked me not to talk about it
>>1624809In hushed breaths throughout the class, you explain to Tim the rough outline of what you were told by Detective Bullock that morning, however you withhold his name and the strange events that have been surrounding you since the same night. While Tim seems to take it with surprise certainly something else dances across his face. Is it pity? Sympathy? You can’t quite tell. However telling the story to Tim you feel the weight of it for the first time since you were told, and you can feel it again. Between coming down from your adrenaline rush the moment before and the nightmare and the fact that now one of your few friends is dead, you’re beginning to crash.“Jeez, Alex I.” He starts clearly trying to find the words to respond to the news you’ve just delivered to him. For a moment he turns to look at his desk, no doubt mulling his thoughts. When he finally looks back he gives a weak smile “I don’t know what to tell you, but.” He pauses again, running a hand through his hair. “How about this? Stick with me today, maybe we can talk to barbara and she can talk to her dad, I dunno? I know i’m a stranger to you in all but name, but i’ve seen death before.” He admits “And the least I can do is ensure you aren’t alone for now.” >A.) Accept his offer>B.) Politely reject the offer>C.) Ask what he’s talking about>D.) Other
>>1624951>>A.) Accept his offer
>>1624951>C.) Ask what he’s talking aboutlet's see what we are getting into first
>>1624951>A.) Accept his offer
>>1624951>A.) Accept his offerGift horse, mouth, yadda yadda...The guy doesn't seem that bad.Besides, this is Tim fucking Drake; who wouldn't want to be friends with Robin?
>>1625076The smart one too.
>>1625133Oh yeah, there's the fact that the guy's a detective on par with Batman himself, if not BETTER than him as a detective.Though I think that came later on in his career. Around the time of the War for the Cowl or later? I forget.
>>1625145He figured out who Batman and Robin were at the ripe old age of 9. Nine! Really though each Robin is special in their own way. Grayson is a superior acrobat, Todd is a terrific fighter and Drake is a supreme detective.
>>1625152Ah yeah.Tim and Alex would get along pretty easily, I bet. Two nerds nerding it up nerdfully.And then when we start our career as Spider-Man, we trade quips with Superboy just to annoy him for the hell of it.
>>1625160Maybe. My favorite has always been Todd though. The Red Hood comic is legit and even the animated film is good.
>>1625160Also Superboy is the one who liked to annoy Robin. Drake can be a bit too serious.
>>1625171I bet we'd have a Spidey and Wolverine type dynamic with Jason. The whole "You're the only one good enough to think I can be good too." thing and all.Would probably be a lot more hostile to us than Logan would, though.
>>1625179I know, I meant that Superboy and Spidey would quip at each other to annoy Robin... or just quip at Robin together until he gets fed up.
>>1625180Jason is actually pretty cool to people he likes. He even get's a sidekick. Scarlet. Very similar to Wolverine like you said, not afraid to do what's necessary. But again it's DC comics and we're near Batman. Necessary doesn't matter to Bats.
>>1625187Gotcha. Would be pretty funny to mess with Robin a bit.
>>1625202>>1625206Yeah, I don't see us siding with Jason over what's necessary and what isn't, but we'll probably be the closest thing to a friend he has.Speaking of Robins to mess with, we HAVE to roast the shit out of Damian at every given opportunity in the event he joins the cast. It's not like the little fucker doesn't deserve it, after all.
>>1625237You underestimate Questanons murderboner.
>>1625284Actually, I don't have much of one. That boner will entirely be your own once the "Prologue" is done. Speaking of, writing.
>>1625414What about Alex's regular boner?
>>1625414I meant other Anons on quest. Beginning of Teen Titans quest had debates on cutting off testicles of rapists and so on, many people dislike the idea of goody two shoes characters too. We'll see.
>>1625425There wasn't a debate. It was one edgelord.
>>1625237God I hate Damian.
>>1625426All it takes is one. By then it is too late.
>>1624951After a moment you nod to your now tentative friend and focus on your work. It actually takes you by surprise how quickly Tim seems to adjust to your presence, let alone the things you have in common. Both you and Tim are rather well versed in science and the amusement the two of you manage to have during Physics is perhaps the first good memory you've had on this day.By the time lunch rolls around he manages to introduce you to Barbra Gordon. Though it is...jarring to be surrounded by individuals who, up until that day you find yourself opening up, if even only a little bit. By the middle of lunch you're regaling them with all sorts of stories from your youth, and the many misadventures you and Harry had gotten up to.Before his passing it was well known by almost everyone that Harry Osborne was to inherit his father's company with him having passed, but what few knew was that he was (at least, before his sudden death) a prankster, daredevil and savant with a pool cue. You won't lie and say it doesn't hurt to talk about Harry and know he's gone, but you see it as fuel to discover the truth behind what happened the night before, even if he had to do it alone. However these moments are in the past and you now find yourself changing to get ready for the mandatory physical education period, yet you've encountered a slight problem. Due to your overnight 'growth spurt' you've discovered that the shorts and T-shirt you packed are suddenly far more tight than you are comfortable with. While it is not a problem per-say, you can already see the other teens in the locker room eyeing you with a mixture of confusion and amusement and you can't help but dread what will happen when you step out into the gym proper.>A.) Shrug and go for it, be confident in your sudden new body>B.) See if you can talk to the coach, get out of gym due to being 'inappropriately dressed' >C.) Nothing you can do about it, just accept your embarrassment >D.) Other
>>1625465>B.) See if you can talk to the coach, get out of gym due to being 'inappropriately dressed'
>>1625465>A.) Shrug and go for it, be confident in your sudden new body
>>1625465>>A.) Shrug and go for it, be confident in your sudden new body
>>1625465>C.) Nothing you can do about it, just accept your embarrassment Try and play it off, joke about it having shrunk in the wash or something.
>>1625465 >B.) See if you can talk to the coach, get out of gym due to being 'inappropriately dressed' >C.) Nothing you can do about it, just accept your embarrassment I need to stop imagining all the ways these choices can go horribly, horribly wrong.
Seems we have a tie between having confidence and being a shy Nerd-turned-muscle!guess i'll give it a few minutes
>>1625504>A.) Shrug and go for it, be confident in your sudden new bodyThere ya go
>>1625509Carpe diem anon. Good on ya. Besides, our friend is dead, we have odd things happening and we beat up Flash. Some minor wardrobe hiccups ain't so bad.
>>1625465You give a shrug, eh, what’s the worst that can happen? You didn’t PLAN on waking up and having a far more bulked up physique, but you may as well roll with it!Stepping out in your shorts, Grey Ghost T-shirt, and sneakers you can’t help but notice the eyes that seem to follow you as you walk. As much as part of you tells you that you should be covering yourself up, you ignore it. Perhaps this is for the best after all, a test of your new muscles! Stretching and going through the usual regiments the coach ran you don’t even feel the slightest bit fatigued, and you find that for all your muscle you’re still far more limber than you used to be. Bending forward you managed to not just wrap your hands around the soles of your feet but bend yourself practically flat, how crazy is that?!By the time you’re all getting ready to jog around the track the gawking isn’t even subtle anymore. People are absolutely baffled by your seeming transformation and you can’t help but be giddy to see just how far you can push yourself.>On your marks, get set! ROLL D100!
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>>1625615... Feck. I was one post too late.
>>1625623Don't be too sure of that, my friend. You may very well have saved it. Worry>>1625619NEVERMIND WRITING!
>>1625630Well on the bright side, we either call too much attention to ourselves, or despite our sleek new physique we embarass ourselves super badly, thus restoring the status quo.
WE'RE FUCKED LADIES AND GENTS. EVERYONE RUN.
>>1625639>>1625645Parker luck, or new villain incoming.
>>1625619>>1625578The moment you’re told to run, things immediately go pear shaped. Perhaps you weren’t ready for the immediate start, perhaps it was your eagerness. Whatever the case you immediately find yourself staring at the bright red rubberized asphalt of the track. You can feel the heat behind your ears as the people around you begin to laugh and chuckle as they take off and you hope to push yourself up to do the same.Yet when you go to push yourself up to standing...you can’t!Looking at your hands, you find that no matter how hard you tug or jerk your arms you can’t seem to get your hands to remove themselves from the artificial ground.>What the hell is going on?!>A.) Continue to struggle>B.) Relax, calm down, think.>C.) We can work with this, i’m sure we can!>D.) Other
>>1625675>>B.) Relax, calm down, think.
>>1625675>B.) Relax, calm down, think.
>>1625675 >B. Relax, calm down, think. Then >A. Continue to struggle. Because you know, FUCKING PANIC IF YOU CAN'T THINK.
>C. We can work with this! I know we can!fuckin run everybody
>>1625675>>A.) Continue to struggle
>>1625675>B.) Relax, calm down, think.>C.) We can work with this, i’m sure we can!
>>1625675B>>1625680>>1625685>>1625687>>1625690>>1625879>>1625976Seem's B is your choice. ROLL IT
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Is OP kill?
>>1626432oh no, I'm here folks! Just about to get writing now!
>>1625977Taking a moment to breathe, you focus on your breathing. While this is certainly a problem and something you had not anticipated, there MUST be a way out of this! After a while you begin to feel some space between your hand and the ground, and within a minute you finally manage to stand. The rest of the class is half a track away by now and the coach is looking at you like you’re insane. Without the pressure and excitement you take off in a jog to try and catch up. After a few seconds something feels off but you can’t quite put your finger on it. It only occurs to you once the sound of slapping feet on asphalt that you’ve managed to catch up in what? A minute? Sweet superspeed, Bat-Man! >A.) Show off, blaze past everyone, even with their lead>B.) Be at least a little cocky, catch up to your >C.) Hang back, you don’t want to scare anyone after all>D.) Other
>>1626625>A.) Show off, blaze past everyone, even with their lead
>>1626625>B.) Be at least a little cocky, catch up to yourI'm guessing this is to catch up but not win, so we'll do that. Don't wanna stand out too much.
>>1626625>C.) Hang back, you don’t want to scare anyone after all
>>1626625>AFuck you people, I have super powers.
>>1626625>D.) Say nothing, just keep running, our problems and bad luck can't catch us if we run. But seriously Gotta push it to the limit and see how much of an edge these surprise gains have given us. This is p.e so lets do some damn P.Ehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iIpfWORQWhU
>>1626625>>C.) Hang back, you don’t want to scare anyone after allI wanted to vote B but dammit i just absolutely don't want A
>>1626678>Not wanting AThe adventure has to begin, AwN. It begins on the track.
By the way, now that I think about it; what with the chanting and occult rituals being mentioned, did this DCU Harry manage to call forth some Spider-totem that gave us the powers?
Trust me, that'll be something you'll learn. Writing up in a little bit but in the meantime, have a teaser of something
>>1626713>teaser of somethingMan if that's a fucking Klyntar Weaver, I will be very dissapointed...
>>1626713>Write up>With a tieHow are you settling this, oh wise and powerful weaver
>>1626727If no one posts? Flip a coin.
>>1626625>C.) Hang back, you don’t want to scare anyone after al
>>1626722>>1626713Google image search gives me nothing. I suspect Weaver made it him/her/queerfaggotself.
>>1626741Well regardless it's pretty good freakin line art. Anansi in this bitch?
>>1626741The lady made it for me, and that's just the first draft
>>1626744>Anansi and the Web of Life and Destiny are a thing>Alex gets pulled into Spider-Verse shenanigans.>Every reference or quip that isn't generic pop culture and is related to DC in anyway is beeped out.>He's a walking black bar every time he's in the shot.>"Okay, who invited the walking C&D?"
>>1626783In the bottom right, above Peter Porker/Spider Pig... is that... is that Spider Man running for President?
>>1626786President Spider-Man.Or Press Secretary Spider-Man.
>>1626625As much as you want to go ahead and showboat; boast and see the look on Flash’s face it occurs to you that maybe it’s for the best you don’t. With Harry gone and you just starting to make friends, would being a braggart and show off really do anything to help you? Or is your ego so important that abusing whatever gifts you suddenly have so important? No, it isn’t. And although part of you is reluctant to do so, you begin to slow down again, pretend to pant a little harder, all to give the illusion that you’d run your wind. To yourself however you had to admit this was NOTHING! Normally you’d be winded and panting for real and yet you feel like you could do this all day, and then some. By the time the five minutes of “Grueling” running is done, you let body carry you while your mind returns to the more serious matters at hand: What happened last night? Following this train of thought you mull over what you can do, if anything at all. >A.) Talk to Tim and Barbara, maybe ask for their advice>B.) Go out alone, you have an idea of where to start, don’t you?>C.) Just let the police handle it, surely they’ll get to the bottom of this!>D.) Other.
>>1626786>President Spider-Man>"...and by doing this, I will ensure that our nation's children will get the best possible educa- Oh no, doctor Connors class... I got so caught up in what I was doing I forgot all about it. He's gonna kill me..."
>>1626800>B.) Go out alone, you have an idea of where to start, don’t you?
>>1626803>President Spider Man is sworn into office >The second he's in there he institutes a new education program>All educational courses across the nation are to be taught by Curt ConnorsMy sides
>>1626800>B.) Go out alone, you have an idea of where to start, don’t you?Just walk around... Maybe web sling?
>>1626809>Next order of business is a new law that forbids the undue flipping of Pizza, as to make sure Mr. Aziz doesn't flip out
>>1626832>Finally, no more undue experiments without extreme supervision, so as to avoid what happened to our nation's beloved Otto Octavius.
>>1626842>President Spider-Man steps down from the podium as everyone gives a standing ovation.>Later that day he gets demolished in the Bugle for his idiocy in having one single man teach an entire nation, making Pizza delivery boys' lives that much more miserable and stifling progress by forcing our nations beloved brainiacs to be monitored.
>>1626625Sitting on the bus, you make up your mind. If you’re gonna do this investigation, you’re gonna do it alone. Tim and Barbara while nice, don’t need to get involved in your need to figure out the last twenty-four hours. You deserve answers for what’s gone on, for your sake and for Harry. Getting off at your stop you can already see the sun dipping and reflecting off the glass of a dozen buildings. Just like every other day this sign means that the evening Gotham traffic is just about to hit the bustling city as the many office workers return to their homes for the day. Slipping your headphones in your ear you do your best to tune out the hustle and bustle and start the short walk back home when all of a sudden…!>ROLL
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>>1626955Your instincts don’t even give you time to think, you simply act! One moment you’re in the middle of the crosswalk, the next you’re hanging from the third story of the building on the other side. Looking back bewildered you hear and see a sedan honking and hurdling down the road, no doubt just as shocked as you. However what becomes more shocking to you in this moment is how you got there. Attached to your wrist appears to be a stringing, white substance that has adhered itself to the wall. Your other hand is simply pressed flat to the wall yet you can tell with ease its holding you there. Just what happened to you?! Shaking the paranoia and fear away you focus on the task at hand. >A.) Test your clingyness, it’s been bothering you ever since the gym.>B.) Test out….whatever this white stuff is.>C.) Test both! No time like the present>D.) Other.
>>1626973>C.) Test both! No time like the presentLETS BE SPECTACULAR
>>1626973>B.) Test out….whatever this white stuff is.
>>1626973>>C.) Test both! No time like the present
>>1626973>C.) Test both! No time like the present
Roll it boys, D100-20
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>>1627016I am so sorry. We're gonna snap our neck aren't we?
>>1627016You’re feeling great! Given all the insane stuff that’s been going on today this is actually really, really cool. After a few minutes of finagling you’ve finally figured out the whole ‘sticking to objects’ thing and learn a few things: You can climb up with hands, feet, back, just about any way you can imagine. Walking straight up against the force of gravity actually isn’t as hard as you thought and you can run rather fast up walls.You REALLY need to figure out what the hell happened to you Vaulting your way over the lip of the building you look down at the street level a good hundred feet beneath you. Looking at your wrists you swallow and take a few steps back. The last time you made whatever the heck the white stuff was it was when you were in danger, right? Let’s see if that holds. Taking a running start you leap, thinking you’d only go a few feet forward. However what you didn’t expect was to be catapulted into the air a good twenty feet and out into the middle of the road. ‘This is fine’ you think to yourself, feeling the weight of gravity slowly pulling you down. ‘It’ll kick in annnyyyy second’ you assure yourself. After a second or two you begin to panic, you have no control and the ground is coming rapidly towards you. ROLL OR BAD THINGS
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So when we make our Spidey suit, I vote we go for the Assassin Spidey suit design-wise. Disregarding the gun gauntlets which I feel like we'd deliberately omit from the design, aesthetically, it'd fit the whole "Superhero in Gotham" vibe.
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>>1627092I was going to suggest the Spider-man Noir look, that or if we get Wayne-tech access the Spidey stealth suit.
>>1627095You...you saved them.
>>1627108Solid ideas, but I felt we needed something recognizably "Spider-Man"-esque, albeit more... serious looking, to fit in with the setting.For me, it was either Assassin Spidey, or the Superior SpOck suit.Then again, both were variations of Alex Ross' takes on the Spidey suit, so...
>>1627120How about 2099's Miguel O'Hara? In Black and white? Seems pretty DC-esque to me.
>>1627125No.Symbiote Quest already did the 2099 thing.
>>1627125Eh, I always thought that the 2099 suit was too edgy. It fit just fine in its setting, but something like that would scare more than just the criminals, which probably wouldn't be good for our image.
>>1627095Woah! Woah! Woah! This isn’t good! In a panic you begin to ball your hand into a fist when suddenly you hear a quiet ‘thwip’ and your downward momentum slowly begins to turn into forward momentum. Opening your eyes you can’t help but be transfixed by the strand of white rope that is connected from your arm to the building you had just leapt off of. This fascination however turns to panic as now a horde of cars and lights meet you as you swing low towards the street. Grabbing your newest lifeline you curl your body and accelerate, beginning your upwards arc you feel yourself let go, the strand disconnecting from your body before feeling yourself falling again. However this time you aren’t so unprepared, with this new, sudden knowledge you make the same rough gesture with your other hand and as you expected a new thread of this substance rockets out of your wrist towards the building it was aimed at. After a few moments you really begin to get into it, your previous fear replaced with uncontrolled exhilaration as you swing, flip and twist through the air. >A.) Get used to this for awhile, this is fun!>B.) Push yourself, let’s see what we can do!>C.) No delays, times to get to work!>D.) Other.
>>1627120Yeah. I get you, it needs to be somewhat muted to fit in with Gotham's dark atmosphere, but still recognizably Spider-man.The only other costume I could think of that would sort of match would be Kaine's Scarlet Spider.
>>1627148>B.) Push yourself, let’s see what we can do!
>>1627148>C.) No delays, times to get to work!
>>1627148>A.) Get used to this for awhile, this is fun!Just so we don't have to roll as much and potentially fuck up.
>>1627148>B.) Push yourself, let’s see what we can do!Am I glad I pulled through with that last roll.
>>1627148Heeey! I used that gif!>B.) Push yourself, let’s see what we can do!Let's test our luck
>>1627151There's also MC2's Gerry Drew Spider-Man costume. More Spideylike, but with a darker color palette. It even has the web wings!
>>1627173I like that one.
>>1627148Give me a roll Gents, no real penalty for failing, just to see how you do in terms of "learning"
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did people see our face?
>>1627235Considering your speed it was too fast to memorize
>>1627148Taking to the higher spindle of the city, you really let yourself go for awhile. It is a strange feeling at first to let your instincts guide you as you flip, roll and run along rooftops; But like waking up from a deep sleep you find yourself at ease. While you don’t go overboard with your antics, you cannot help but realize the sun is setting behind you. Snapped out of your revelry, you decide to get down to business. Making your way to the docks, you find a dark alleyway and make your way to ground level. You know from Harvey that the warehouse would be in this area, your only question is how to approach this. >A.) You’re just in civvies, just walk around for awhile>B.) Stick to the shadows, try and be sneaky and use your powers>C.) Maybe you’re going about this the wrong way; Perhaps you can find Harvey.>D.) Other
>>1627283>A.) You’re just in civvies, just walk around for awhile
>>1627283Whoops, forgot the image.
>>1627283>A.) You’re just in civvies, just walk around for awhileSee if Tim can't hook us up with a costume in the near future.
>>1627289Play your cards right and you may be getting it much sooner than you think, Believer
>>1627289But why?He's not a superhero or anything as far as we know.
>>1627292Oh in which case I change my vote from A to >B.) Stick to the shadows, try and be sneaky and use your powers
>>1627283>B.) Stick to the shadows, try and be sneaky and use your powersCan't risk a random goon we knock out being able to remember our face, because then, as tradition goes, Ben gets shot because we messed up.
>>1627283>B.) Stick to the shadows, try and be sneaky and use your powers
>>1627283>B.) Stick to the shadows, try and be sneaky and use your powers>>1627313Hey Ben's our dad not our uncle, maybe that'll save him!
>>1627341>Blood relatives>Safe in comic books
>>1627341>parental figures of any kind>that live in Gotham>not getting shot and killedWhere do you think we are?
>>1627350>>1627354Hey.... Tim's parents were alive.... for a bit....Uh.... Damien has two living parents? So does ...Cass. We just have to make sure Ben or May become villains. Or move out of Gotham.
>>1627368>Turning our parents into villainsPlease noBetter dead than broken by Gotham's dregs.
>>1627283Slipping back into the shadows, crawl your way up to the rooftops and chart out a rough perimeter of the docks before jumping from rooftop to rooftop. After a good hour of snooping and peeking you catch something out of the corner of your eye. Torn Police tape. This must be the place! >A.) Keep up the sneaking, let’s see what’s inside.>B.) It’s already getting late, Mom and Dad might get worried>C.) Just waltz on in.>D.) Other.
>>1627410>>A.) Keep up the sneaking, let’s see what’s inside.sneaky breeki
>>1627410>A.) Keep up the sneaking, let’s see what’s inside.
>>1627410>A.) Keep up the sneaking, let’s see what’s inside.Sneak on in
I just realized something;Chances are, we'll be sneaking up on Batman and/or Robin mid-detective work.This could either be supremely cool, or utterly terrifying.
>>1627410>Send Dad a text saying you'll be late, then keep investigating
>>1627384>Better dead than broken by Gotham's dregs.>Implying that Gotham's corruption would ever get to Ben "You probably have more money than us" Parker>>1627092>>1627108>>1627120>>1627125>>1627132>>1627134>>1627151>>1627173>>1627177I think the problem isn't the colors or the "serious setting" of Gotham, I mean, what does that even mean? One only needs to look at a few of batman's gallery of villains to see that behind the nitty gritty there's still a bunch of goofy and kitsch stuff.I say we forget about the more sleek iconic spandex look of the average Spider costume and go for a more scrappy, urban one; something that a teen could put together, a more homemade vigilante look.
>>1627531I like it.And we can get a new costume later, too, if we grow tired of it.
>>1627531Makes sense; start with something slapdash, and then if we ever join up with the Batfamily, we get a new, more Spideylike lookBut no fingerless gloves. NEVER wear fingerless gloves. You don't want to be crawling around a crime scene and make the police, or worse BATMAN think you're an accomplice to a crime you didn't commit.
>>1627559>But no fingerless gloves. NEVER wear fingerless gloves.Eh, fine by me, it's just that most of these vigilante Spider pictures just have fingerless gloves. Though I always found it weird how Spiderman could still stick to walls even through gloves, I guess it could be a special property of his regular suit's material but I dunno about regular cloth or leather, could be that.From what I understand of forensics - which is just a bunch of crap from CSI - it's not like the police or Batman could know who we are through them, not unless our prints are already in the system, most they could do is link them between scenes where they found them and later to us if we ever got caught and charged and processed for something, but then, we'll probably be leaving webs around anyway, webs that we clearly produce NATURALLY, so really, prints are going to be the least of our worries when we're possibly leaving DNA all over the place just going from A to B.I'm not crazy about the facemask + goggles two of those have myself, I only posted some suggestions I thought would be neat.
>>1627663Yeah, the organic webbing's got me worried. Not only does it mean potentially leaving DNA evidence everywhere, It basically means no creating our synthetic webbing, getting to have our moments of SCIENCE!, and gaining the attention of Bruce motherfucking Wayne because it's been established that Spidey's webbing can have TONS of applications outside of webslinging, and Bruce is just the right sort of guy who'd take notice.
>>1627685I'm glad we won't be needing to make our webbing, 'cause I hate the masturbatory SB/SV SCIENCE! faggotry.
>>1627698You realize that most incarnations of Spidey are total nerdlords, right?SCIENCE! is a part of who they are. It's a charm point, even.
>>1627702Most, but not all.
>>1627706Are we one of the "not all"? We are getting bullied and are nerdy enough to agree to some cult larping, but nothing so far indicates we're as smart as the rest of the Legions of Spider-Man.
>>1627706and those Spideys are either not Peter Parker, or Drake Bell Ultimate Spider-Man.and it's clear that whether or not we're just the DC equivalent of Peter Parker, we're a nerd at heart.
>>1627723>>1627717I just hate the whole "SCIENCE!" memeshit.(It's not memeshit but I can't really think of a better term to describe it)
>>1627685>>1627702Then again, we aren't really Peter Parker, we're Alexander White, we don't need to follow the Parker blueprint to a T, maybe we just aren't scientifically inclined and instead of being the science-y nerd we're the stay in the basement with some friends to play some DnD nerd, so being able to produce webbing naturally might be a Godsend.>>1627698Agreed.There's too many genius superheroes in Marvel alone; Parker, Stark, Richards... and that isn't counting villains like Dr. Doom, with so many brainiacs creating what might be considered magic through bullshit Science you'd have to wonder why they just wear the suit and not just fix most of the world's problems.Nothing worse than lulls in the narrative to drop some pseudo science mumbo-jumbo on us or to handweave/retcon stuff with ambiguous use of science.I'd rather see heroes kick ass and use their powers to the limits or in clever ways rather than put it all on the back burner because guess what? They are also geniuses.I can go with it if their powers are inherently science related or came from their previous science persuits, or they make up for what they lack in meta humanity with their wits, but I really dislike it when they do both.Kinda why I like simple supers like Wolverine.
>>1627766Yeah, I have to agree with this. Plus, not being a super genius could probably make us view the world a little differently, possibly for the better.
>>1627766I just don't like it when people powergame over intelligence or the capabilities of powers, jerking each other off over how cool the stuff we might be able to do in the future is.
>>1627410Sorry boys, just took a nap. Back in action now; Seems you boys are arguing about costumes....that and you picked option A.Don't worry.Soon.
>>1627808>symbiotesAgain in another quest?
>>1627808Oh no.NononononoNONONONO.Fuck, man.
>>1627808We just got our powers.You don't have to do Venom so damn soon.Especially wtih all the symbiote quests.
>>1627808WEAVER YOU RAT BASTARD DON'T
>>1627817No, no. Nothing quite of the sort. I think you'll like what you get.Mother Knows Best, after all.
>>1627824But wait, we're above 18! I hope to god.
>>1627283>>1627410With the sun dipping behind the horizon, the whole harbor begins to light up. Yet above it all, crawling and jumping you've been more akin to a ghost.And with your advantages in wall crawling you finally enter the warehouse.Harvey wasn't kidding, the warehouse is musty, with rotting crates and god knows what else littering the floor. It's a mess up here and you quickly conclude whatever occurred was NOT on this floor. Slinking along the ceiling you continue your way to the main, open portion of the warehouse. What you see stuns you.Chalk outlines, Sixty-Four to be exact, are strewn all over the warehouse. What you can only assume is dried blood coats the floor from one side to the other.And the smell, you think to yourself. By god the smell.You feel yourself Gagging at the mere thought of just what happened here. However you also notice something BEYOND the bloodbath.Not what is covered in blood mind you, but what isn't. Sitting at the center of this carnage is a circle of black chalk. You can't even begin to understand any of the symbols inside or what it is for, yet surrounded by this carnage it sits undisturbed. Not even dust has formed around it. Weird.Extending a thread you slowly lower yourself to the floor, when all of a sudden you hear it. A low hum ringing in your ears.>A.) Ignore it, try and figure out what happened.>B.) listen to the hum, perhaps it's a clue.>C.) This is WAY to creepy for you, get out.
>>1627862>C.) This is WAY to creepy for you, get out.
>>1627862>C.) This is WAY to creepy for you, get out.ABORT
>>1627862>A.) Ignore it, try and figure out what happened.
>>1627862>A.) Ignore it, try and figure out what happened.Put cotton in your ears. Simple.
Need a tiebreaker Things are about to get Spooky
>>1627862>A.) Ignore it, try and figure out what happened
>>1627926>>1627899>>1627868>>1627865If something bad happens, I'm blaming you four.
>>1627862You ignore it for now and begin to make a series of threads all across the ceiling, realizing that perhaps stepping in all this blood might be a bad thing. Swinging along you realize that some of these bodies had been moved from where the most likely originally started, as there are some closer to the circle (which as of this moment you consider the epicenter) of the event were in a circle. As you get further away however the circles are broken, whatever occurred definitely was causing them to flee. However all this time you feel the hum getting stronger, pulling you to the circle. Slowly getting closer the humming cuts out and you sigh in relief before suddenly." oh gooooooodddddd, our little champion returns. I was beginning to wonder if I'd have to take moooreee....drastic measures " A voice echos in the room.Female, Predatory, Hungry
>>1627955...>>1627926>>1627899>>1627868>>1627865I BLAME YOU FOUR!
>>1627955>Female, Predatory, HungryHungry for our cock I hope
>>1627955You see nothing at first, yet your body seems to continue towards the circle.And then you see it.Shimmering out of seemingly nothing sat a figure. Ice immediately fills your veins as you find yourself frozen to the spot. For where normal, human legs should sit, a large, bulbous arachnid Abdomen swells out with eight pointed legs. Yet the rest is female, and no matter how much this should comfort you it does not."W-What the hell!?" You can't help but uttering, staring at the figure before you."Such language is unbecoming of you, boy, after all. You should be Thanking[i[ Me for sparing your life." the creature says, fang like teeth dripping as it looks at you.>A.) What do you mean?>B.) T...thank you?>C.) What is happening?! Who are you?!>D.) Other.
I really need to figure out how to stop the text from messing up or I won't use it. I want SOME level of professionalism from myself ;n;
>>1627992>C.) What is happening?! Who are you?!
>>1627992>BIt's already pissed, Alex! Give it what it wants!
>>1627992>>C.) What is happening?! Who are you?!
>>1627990Our shorts weren't fitting right for a reason~>>1627992>A.) What do you mean?>B.) T...thank you?>C.) What is happening?! Who are you?!"Umm... O-Okay. Thank you, Miss Drider Woman. But who are you and what's going on?
>>1627992>For where normal, human legs should sit, a large, bulbous arachnid Abdomen swells out with eight pointed legs. Yet the rest is female, and no matter how much this should comfort you it does not.AyyyAlso>B.) T...thank you?Let's try to appease this thing before it decides to drink our innards like a smoothie.
>>1627992>B.) T...thank you?Be a good boy Alex
>>1628026>Waifufags alreadyCan you maybe not?
>>1627992“T..thank you” You mumble after what feels like a long minute, your mouth finally letting you utter those words beyond the terror. The Creature smiles, or you assume it smiles, it’s mandibles curving away from its face as some human-like fangs form a smile. Well, as close to a human smile as you can recognize. “You’re welcome child. I knew there was a reason we took you instead.” It answered. “T..took me?” You manage to say, eyes widening at the creature. “Well of course, unless….No...there is NO way you didn’t know!” The creature begins, staring at you before letting out a deep, rancorous laughter that fills you with a semblance of dread. “What are you talking about?” You ask, collecting yourself slightly as you stare at the Spider-Woman's eight, beady eyes. After a moment the creature calms and continues to have the same, sickening smile on its face. “You see my champion. You were to be Sacrificed! To be given up in exchange to alter fate!” It declares, leaning down to have it’s face hover by yours. “You however showed….promise and let me just say I altered the deal.” It finishes after a moment, the gleam in it’s eyes simply radiating amusement. “And you turned out FAR better than expected” >A.) Better than expected? >B.) What happened last night?>C.) Who are you?>D.) Other.
>>1628071>A.) Better than expected?>B.) What happened last night?>C.) Who are you?Also introduce ourselves
>>1628071>>A.) Better than expected?
>>1628078This too, be polite to Not-Lolth.
>>1628071>B.) What happened last night?
>>1628055It was just a joke, don't be paranoid.Besides, I fucking hate spiders; too many eyes and legs.I'm honest about trying to appease it with a thank you, because again, I don't want us to wind up being pumped full of venom so that it can drink us straight from the tap, as most spiders do.If I'm gonna waifufag it would at least be human.>>1628071>>1628078This is good.By the way. Wow, Harry got us to come to his freaky occult party for the sole purpose of sacrificing us.Suddenly I don't feel so bad for him and the rest getting killed instead.
>>1628071>D.) Other.>"Sacrificed? By Harry?"Shit, man. To think Harry was so far gone as to sacrifice us in some sort of occult ritual to bring back his dad. That's fucked up.
>>1628071>>B.) What happened last night?
>>1628071>A.) Better than expected? >B.) What happened last night?>C.) Who are you?
>spider fetishistsget these australians outta here
>>1628071“What do you mean...better than expected?” You asked, pausing to digest the facts the creature presented to you “What happened last night?!” You demand, your heart beating as your panic begins to rise. The Arachnoid gives a purr of delight, no doubt smelling your adrenaline “Normally I’d have you flayed for your insolence bbbuuutttt, you’re so innocent. You don’t even know what’s going on.” She says, her voice slowly going from vicious to smug “That and it is so cute to see you mortals squirm.” “To explain my words, I will be simple with you: You are my champion in this realm, Alexander Richard White. After One-Hundred and Thirty years someone summoned me to make a pact and offered you up as a sacrifice in exchange for my services. However you showed promise, and I changed the deal.” She begins, reaching down to caress your face before tapping you on the forehead. Immediately it comes back to you. Being in the center of the circle and screaming for your life as a robed figure injected you with god-knows what. The chanting, the chittering, the panic. THE PAIN. All of a sudden you find yourself on your hands and knees, panting and staring up at the creature, the smile not leaving her face. “I Changed you, I’ve given you power far beyond any normal mortal and you’ve no doubt seen the benefits.” She guesses, hands waving to the threads of what you now understand are webs hanging from the ceiling. “As for the events after that, let me show you.” Again she touches your head and you see it. See YOU; tearing apart the cultists in their robes, listening to them scream and panic as you leap from victim to victim. And the last of course is Harry, as you run a bone-like protrusion from your wrist into his heart. You come back screaming, the same points where your webs once came from bulging as two nearly foot long fangs erupt from the skin below. “Shhh, shhh it is alright child.” The creature taunts, the smile on its face replaced with a ferral grin. “You did gooood. So very very Goood that I may just….reward you.” >A.) Say nothing, you’re too wrapped up in the memories.>B.) Ask about the reward.>C.) Lunge at her. She’s the one! SHE KILLED HARRY!>D.) Other.
>>1628213>A.) Say nothing, you’re too wrapped up in the memories.
>>1628213>>B.) Ask about the reward.
>>1628213>A.) Say nothing, you’re too wrapped up in the memories.The Committee?
>>1628232Whoops, also posting in a different quest. Was dumb XD
>>1628213Is leaving an option?Because I feel like we should make like a tree and leave now.
>>1628242I mean...you CAN....I can't say what will happen because of this is a good plan. But You CAN.
>>1628213>C.) Lunge at her. She’s the one! SHE KILLED HARRY!I mean, by proxy, yeah. Trying to lay the smackdown might help us feel better about our part in his demise, though.
>>1628213>NOPE. RUN NOW.
Who cares about Harry desu. That douche tried to sacrifice the main character.
>>1628242>>1628260Really? She saved us guy's. This is most likely The Other. We have next level spider powers now.
>>1628266>Thinking that being the Other's champion is a good thingHAVE YOU EVEN READ THE COMICS?
>>1628260Second. Better to be a free man than some dryders fucktoy and slave.>muh powers
>>1628291Why are you even here?
>>1628279While it's not exactly good, The Other fights beings much worse. The Inheritors are really really bad.
>>1628266She "saved" us by doing some creepy devil-magic thing to us which resulted in us killing some 60-odd people and losing our memories.
>>1628308Also, she totally would have had them sacrifice us if she didn't think we would be useful.
>>1628308You mean the cultists who wanted to sacrifice us? If you mean those guy's, then fuck em. It was either us or them Anon.
>>1628327Someone was going to die either way. That's how these things work. We were better than Harry and the rest, also they were evil fucking bastards.
>>1628329>>1628336Just saying, probably best to avoid entities willing to kill people to achieve their ends.
>>1628360Technically, this being didn't kill anybody. We did. Again, they made a pact with her. They'd kill us and gain power. She changed the recipient of said deal, someone still needed to die. Would you rather Harry just murdered us instead?
>>1628393No, I prefer being alive. Still, this thing AGREED to a pact involving killing someone. That seems like someone we shouldn't mess with; she'll kill us if she thinks she can benefit from it.
>>1628213You say nothing to the creature, your head still swimming with the memories you now wished you couldn’t remember. Sixty-Four men lay dead because of you, Harry lay dead because of you. And yet you spend the day foolishly cajoling around and acting as if you were the king of the world. Was this the price to pay for such power? You hoped not. After some time you realize that there is the sound of chanting and that the creature has been doing….something. Above it’s head a bubble of blackened ichor begins to form from what you realize is the blood around you. Suddenly it jerks forward, and you know no more. The last thing you hear however, echos in your head. “Remember, Alexander White, Web-Weaver of the Web of Fate: The First Step is Always the Strangest”
>>1628424ANNNDDDD Ladies and Gentlemen! That Concludes the first Thread of The Web-Weaver!It's been a fantastic first run with you all I think and i'll be sticking around for questions. But thank you, truly for making the first (of what I hope to be many) quests and threads a fantastic one!
>>1628439Do we have the Spiderbooty?
>>1628439This was a great thread Weaver. Thanks! I for one am all aboard the Not-Lolth train.
>>1628445As in can you Waifu the creature you just met?It would be hard, very hard. And it brings you down a rather ugly path. But I wouldn't say it's impossible.
>>1628451Don't waifu the Spider-God.>>1628452I mean do we have the 10/10 Spider-Man ass.
>>1628457I mean you went from pencil thin to sculpted god in a matter of a few hours thanks to the magic of a dark spider goddess.I don't see why not.
>>1628452He meant our booty I think. It's a known thing that Spiderman has a pretty great ass. An Inhuman woman was all over him one time
>>1628457Never said Waifu. Bro around and kick Inheritor ass, become Not-Kaine? Yes.
I'll be honest with you; Much of what happens to you guys is going to be driven by you. We're pretty much 90% done with what railroading I wanted to to to get you guys to the "Congrats, you're The Web-Weaver, wat now?" Point. From there it's really how you guys want to play it.Do note there IS a skeleton of events and what you do can effect that, but much of the choices you make are strictly yours.
>>1628465So was our ass the only thing that made the shorts smaller~?
Soooo...Anyone else want to research weird spider occultism now? Harry probably left some books behind; maybe if we hurry we can take them or at least figure out their titles...
Also, would you gents like a basic rundown of your current powers?
>>1628493Sure.>>1628492Oh, so now you wanna get in on the cult shit?
>>1628493Yes.>>1628492Maybe, wouldn't mind getting some Batman training though.
>Superhuman Strength: You can currently lift up to two tons under nominal conditions, but can lift far more extreme amounts under extreme stress.>Superhuman Agility: You incredibly fast on your feet, capable of topping out at speeds of thirty miles per hour.>Superhuman Reflexes: In conjunction with your animal instincts, You are capable of dodging bullets at near-point blank range. However it takes conscious effort, and therefore You must be conscious to use it.>Superhuman Equilibrium: You’re capable of orienting himself perfectly, balancing Yourself in seemingly impossible ways.>Superhuman Healing Factor: While you cannot regenerate lost limbs, Your metabolic healing rate is significantly higher than baseline humans.Past Weavers have been able to recover from broken bones and internal damage in a matter of hours, recovered from acidic damage to the eyes in two days, and were active after suffering third degree burns across their body in two weeks.>Superhuman resistance: You’re resistant to almost all forms of toxins, with higher doses only slightly hampering your abilities over a period of hours.>Organic spinnerets/fangs: nestled between your forearms are a pair of foot long fangs often concealed beneath the skin. These fangs act as natural spinnerets, allowing you to expel and make use of spider silk. In addition to this you can force the fangs forward to be used more offensively, but the pain this causes can be distracting otherwise. >Animistic Instincts: due to the symbiotic relationship between Yourself and [You Don’t Know the Name Yet] Your senses are enhanced by those of your patron. This gives you what can only be described as instinctual precognition, allowing Your to act and react to threats otherwise unseen. From incoming bullets to a loose section of pipe, your instincts have never led you wrong.
>>1628496If we wanna learn how to fight, we should go to the best brawler in Gotham; Wildcat.
>>1628495I want to know what we got dragged into, yes. Also, GLORIOUS EXPOSITION.
>>1628495>Oh, so now you wanna get in on the cult shit?Considering how the QM probably put a fair bit of effort into writing up a spider cult, it''s probably worth our time to explore it now rather than later.
>>1628507How much of this do we know in-character?
>Some people want to waifu the spider.>When we have Batgirls
>>1628515Probably none of it, except what little we've found ourselves, since nobody wanted to talk to the nice spider lady.
>>1628507>In addition to this you can force the fangs forward to be used more offensivelyWe a Wolverine offshoot now too?
>>1628515Read the thread.
>>1628515Well, a lot of this thread was you Learning things.So in character you roughly about your spider-sense, speed, strength and web slinging, balance and fangs. The rest you don't really know yet.And that isn't even getting into what the suit will do. Though do keep in mind, what changes your suit goes through will be entirely up to you. (Aka, spider-suit tech tree)
>>1628524Not quite. It hurts like hell to do, but you CAN do it if you need to get into RIP and TEAR mode.
>>1628518Who wouldn't want to waifu a spider?
>>1628538Cause there are way better women around.
>>1628538Now I want a giant Jumping Spider to be our Ace/Krypto.
>>1628532No that's the best part. It always hurt Logan like a bitch too.He was also in constant pain as the would was constantly try to close itself and get sliced open again while his claws were out.Just made him a better fighter after a while.
>>1628553Our bones aren't made of indestructium. Wait a second, how did invulnerium bones save Wolverine from massive internal organ damage?
>>1628566I assume they didn't. Whatever didn't hit his skeleton probably tore him to shit before he healed.Boy's got Frank Castle levels of pain tolerance.
>>1628567now why didn't i think of that
>>1628566For fucks sake it's Adamantium. Also, healing factor saves Wolverine from everything. Plot device basically.
I'm honestly glad you guys enjoy the story so far. >>1628553Just remember you don't have the super regen he does. You can use them sure but...it'll take a few minutes to close up the holes, not a few seconds.
>>1628580Not a problem then. I'm sure we can find some way to lessen the cons of our wrist fangs in time.\For now though, we should probably start dicking around on rooftops at night. See if we can try and do laps around our part of the city.
By the way Weaver: do you know when you'll be able to run again? A schedule would be nice if you are able to make rough estimates beyond Soon™, though I understand if you don't.>>1628567>>1628574>Year of our lord Trump 2017>Being gay.
>>1628572...There wasn't anything to stop him from healing wrong, though, right? He could have ended up with scar tissue blocking a vein or intestine or something.
>>1628580Do we regenerate blood?
>>1628591Well...my current plan is i'm going to start up again Sunday afternoon/early evening. I did set up a twitter so if plans change I can update you guys but my current plan is that after each thread ends there'll be a day break and then back into it.
>>1628600You do, but do keep in mind that like your webbing you will require protein. How you get said protein is really up to you.
>>1628607Guess we're eating 3 dozen eggs a day now.
>>1628607>>1628611Or sucking lots of dick.
>>1628615Auto-fellatio confirmed for superpower.
>>1628603Nice.Where's that Twitter at?The wonders of technology never cease.
>>1628615guess we best hit up robin
>>1628607All in favor of cannibalizing our enemies say "Aye."
>>1628619>Need protein to produce sperm>Sperm is protein.>Consume own sperm for protein to produce more sperm to consume for protein ad infinitum>Infinite protein supplyWayne Enterprises will be clamoring for our genius
>>1628642Or get Tim to give us facials.
>>1628607Wait, how fast does our digestive system process ingested protein?
>>1628642>Try to get a meeting with Bruce Wayne to show him our idea>Get told "Fuck off kid.">Post up on his office window the next night buck naked.>Start going to work demonstrating our infinite protein system.>Immediate $2 mil research grant
So, to answer some questions and concerns: Don't worry, it isn't quite a symbiote in that it's eating your brain for powers. It's more or less an extension of your will and little more (I won't give away what else it does since I have a feeling you'll find out sooner rather than later)You can also 'upgrade' the suit. But you'll learn how that works. >>1628645Rather quickly, due to the nature of your body
>>1628648>"I admire your spunk, kid"
>>1628648>>1628656>We thank him with a blowjob.>Deepthroat his big batcock>He moans that we're better than some Selina woman.>Whoever that is.
sighI knew this would happen XD
>>1628637Boy, we aren't even bonded to a symbiote, the fuck you want to cannibalize shit for? Raw meat's bad for you lad, and preparing and cooking it would take too long especially on the field.Why not just have a utility belt stuffed full of jerky and trail mix? Just nothing but jerky and trail mix. the Batfamily might need those for gadgets and normal human stuff like some scrubs, but we? We just have jerky and trail mix.If we ever do work with any Bat we should always offer them some after we just breeze through something they needed gadgets and strenuous physical activity to do.
>>1628663I told you earlier on Discord, Adam.
>>1628666>Chase Bane into an abandoned warehouse with Robin>Robin pulls out a few batarangs and lines up a shot for Bane's venom tubes.>We dash forward and suplex Bane, knocking him out cold>"Oh cool throwing knives. You want some jerky"?
>>1628666To be clear; You just got your costume. It's bio-organic, and it's basically going to be your companion for the foreseeable future. What you choose to do with it is up to you. It doesn't need jack shit except not being destroyed because it's magic.
>>1628679Will it enhance our diiiiiiiiiiiiick~?
>>1628679Can it make a utility belt?
>>1628666Mostly I was thinking that carrying a ton of food around everywhere seemed like a hassle.
>>1628682More importantly, will it act as a functional condom?
>>1628683Yeah.Our dick wrapped around our waist.
>>1628683Certainly >>1628682I hope notI mean, I didn't want to spoil it but it does allow you to glide.
>>1628688>I hope notBecause then it'll be too big for women to handle?
>>1628684So is lugging around a first aid kit, grappling hook, throwing knifes, smoke bombs, handcuffs, soldering iron, flashlight, explosives, etc... and the entire Bat-family seems to do it just fine.
>>1628688Can we get a gun?>>1628696I wonder if Wayne Industries sells bags of holding.
>>1628591>>1628621... Okay, what the fuck? You were way too ready with these pictures.
>>1628712>an entire wing of Wayne Industries is devoted to researching hammer spaceBecause why make shitty collapsible tools when we can throw money at the problem.>>1628712We will be known as Mosin-Man. Avenger of military surplus, harbinger of cosmoline.
>>1628679So I guess scrappy urban costume is out then >>1627531 ?Also>People are against another symbiote quest.>"Nah, it isn't what you think.">Proceeds to give us organic costume which doubles as companion, which no doubt will speak to us mentally, making it totally not Klyntar.>mfwI don't know whether to laugh or shake my head, I sure hope you know what you're doing Weaver.
>>1628715Was looking for some Batgirl pics and stumbled upon those, needless to say they fit this thread perfectly even if it's Miles "Black Mexican mutt" Morales spiderman, so I snagged them.They sure came in handy with their relevancy.
>>1628730Like i said, what happens to the suit is mostly up to you. Keep it as a costume, give it pockets. Its YOUR suit, you wear it, not the other way around.>>1628712I don't see why you couldn't (Other than Bruce being disappoint)
>>1628763Bruce and his firearm phobia can go eat a dick.
>>1628769Just do keep in mind currently you're a teenager in highschool who probably won't be getting your hands on a gun easily, that and you don't know exactly how to care for guns in the like.
>>1628774Having a firearm, while cool, is ultimately pointless with our superpowers.Unless it's some super badass gun made specifically for us, we should just stick to our powers.
>>1628779Like I said above, wherever you choose to take Alex is up to you, i'm just pointing out how a gun may not be the easiest thing to do.
>>1628781Yo but what about Nunchaku?Fucking kung-fu spider totem
>>1628786I mean one of my ideas was that you could make dense balls in your suit and since it's super stretchy you can use it like a bola/whip/nunchaku. So, it's possible.
>>1628781It's also a stupid thing to do, since like >>1628779 it's pointless.Not to mention there's gun maintenance, we have to get ammo, which will be impossible due to us being underage, we have to keep it safe and hidden from our parents and packing heat on the streets is just an all round terrible idea.The only way to use guns would be to procure them on-sight from criminals and use them on their comrades before leaving it there.We could always go lethal, super powered Sam Fisher on Gotham's underbelly, though a gun's discharge would probably give us away.
>>1628787Naw bruh, I mean just picking up a decent pair and being fucking amazing with em.Our balance, reflexes, and flexibility pretty much make nunchuks on of our go to weapons.
>>1628793I am aware. That is what I was pointing out above here: >>1628774
>>1628779Being able to attack from long distances seems useful, though. I mean, right now it looks like our powers are pretty focused on sneaking and close combat, but being able to attack from long distances and through light armor seems incredibly useful as a plan B.
>>1628797Yeah, I know. Was just elaborating as well as giving a suggestion on how using a gun could be viable.
>>1628793Hiding the gun stuff from our parents seems about as hard as hiding our costume, (potential) occult stuff, and powers to me. Is there any reason that it would be more difficult?As for things like getting a gun, maintaining one, acquiring ammo, finding a way to practice... I honestly didn't think of that.
>>1628816I mean, if you wanted; There's always the penguin and the like. But....that depends on what you want.
>>1628816Also I just thought of something; if we start killing people it will likely attract negative police attention.
>>1628799I mean, Spider man can fire balls of spiderweb that act like nets. Not mention we could make a sling with our web and a rock. It might even work better than a gun due to our strength being applied behind it along with our reflexes.
>>1628829Bullets are faster; slower ones travel at hundreds of feet per second, too quick for normal humans to block or dodge. Additionally, most are capable of piercing through clothing and thin sheets of metal. Web balls can be blocked, dodged, or escaped, especially if the opponent is quick or abnormally strong. (Right now I'm assuming that the web balls have about the same size, weight and speed as a thrown baseball.)