>>Previous threadshttp://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/qstarchive.html?searchall=Dragonball+quest>>Writeup Pastebinhttp://pastebin.com/nzPARvE8>>InformationThis quest, as the title suggests, takes place in the world of Dragon Ball. You're playing as a thirty year old man named Tofoo, and will adventure through the story of the Dragonball series alongside characters such as Goku, Yamcha, Bulma, Tien, and many others. Through your actions, you can make significant changes to the story, and perhaps even become the strongest fighter on Earth.>RulesAt the end of each update you'll have ten minutes to vote on options. Write-ins are allowed, but I do reserve the right to veto them.In the event of a draw, the option to receive the next vote winsRolls will be used on certain occasions, such as attempting a technique for the first time or attempting something extremely difficult. You will have three rolls, and if one succeeds, you succeed. There are no crits.Rolls are made AFTER an option wins, not during the voting processI hope everyone has fun.>>Current SagaCell Saga>>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5z_XZt1QuiE
First for Cell absorbing Big Green
>>1705990Third for Tofoo gets a badass Guardian of Earth Overcoat that his Gi is underneath at all times.
Rolled 38 (1d100)>>1705990Rollan SOM's IRL interference resist roll
That monster is after one of your friends, but you aren't sure which one, and time is of the essence. Closing your eyes, and focusing on the energies in the direction the beast is travelling, you're able to identify which of your friends is in immediate danger.Lazuli flies through the air in the direction of West City, intending to return home and wait for Yamcha to do the same. You can't feel the energy of that creature at the moment, so odds are that she can't, either. A green blur suddenly appears within your field of view, and you realize that you have only seconds before the beast is on top of your friend."Popo!" you shout to your attendant. "Come with me!" he tells you as the two of you rush into the Lookout.>A. Get to Lazuli as quickly as you can, there's no time to stop for anything!>B. Stop and ask Trunks to come>C. Something else
>>1706068>A. Get to Lazuli as quickly as you can, there's no time to stop for anything!>C. Something elseKuma kenPower fullSend out a "HEY GUYS" pulse of energy once we hit our destinationhopefully everyone will come running
>>1706068this sounds good>>1706081>>1706038also yes to this
>>1706092>>1706081With no time to lose, you make your way to the room with the machine, and stand in the proper space while Popo tends to the controls, sending you in a flash of light to where you need to go. Next thing you know, you're high above a forest, watching as Lazuli and the creature face-off. To your surprise, Lazuli isn't defending, but instead attacking the monster with a furious series of attacks.Where Chi-Chi usually battles by trying to overwhelm her foes with a fast, powerful flurry of attacks to break through defenses and make the enemy incapable of fighting back, Lazuli attacks with precise strikes meant to do as much damage as possible. She aims to stun, cripple, or kill with every strike she makes, trying to end the battle in as quick and brutal a manner as possible. And, to her credit, she seems to be giving the creature trouble. The creature moves backward through the air, blocking, parrying, and dodging Lazuli's attacks . Finally, your friend manages to land a punch to the creature's gut, pushing it back and causing it to hunch over, though only just a bit.She throws a glance in your direction. "Tofoo, what are you doing here?">A. You thought she could use some help>B. You wanted to make sure she got home safe>C. That creature's killed two cities full of people, you need to destroy it>D. Don't answer, attack the creature>E. Something else
>>1706141>D. Don't answer, attack the creatureREEEEEEEEEEE
>>1706141>>C. That creature's killed two cities full of people, you need to destroy itWe are the Guardian after all.
>>1706141>E. Something elseEnergy wave at Cell to push him further away from Lazuli.Don't talk to her until he is a good distance far away where he can't bum rush us.>C. That creature's killed two cities full of people, you need to destroy it
>>1706168>>1706159>>1706145Gimme a roll
Rolled 50 (1d100)>>1706170
Rolled 23 (1d100)>>1706170
Rolled 25 (1d100)>>1706170SOM, Bless this roll!
Rolled 58 (1d100)>>1706170
>>1706176>>1706179>>1706180Welp,looks like our old rolls are back.
Rolled 91, 55, 9 = 155 (3d100)>>1706191Yay! :D
>>1706191Good.We need a real villain for once.I'm sick of arcs getting finished preemptively.
>>1706202Movie villains being unstoppable until they die in a single hit is DBZ accurate though.
>>1706264Yeah and we fought Android 19 an 20 three times.
>>1706176>>1706179>>1706180Before you even answer Lazuli, you charge toward the beast, your aura turning green and your power rising as you activate the Kuma-Ken. You close in on the monster and attack with everything you have, punching and kicking at the beast, who laughs as it avoids each strike.Angry now, you gather up your energy and fire it in a wave at the creature, who simply spins out of the way of the blast and swings his tail, striking you in the face and knocking you away. You begin to fall fast, looking up to see the beast giving chase, smiling sadistically and raising its tail, preparing to stab you with it like he did the people of Gingertown and Nicky Town.Lazuli lets out a yell as she strikes from the side, kicking the beast's head in what should have been a neck-breaking attack. All it manages, however, is knocking the creature off-course and temporarily disorienting it, allowing you to correct yourself and rise to join your friend."I asked you a question, Tofoo," Lazuli tells you, sounding quite annoyed. "That creature killed two cities full of people," you explain, watching as the green monster begins to rise to your level. "I need to kill it.""Sorry, Tofoo, but that won't be happening," the creature tells you in its creepy, confident voice. "You're going to become my meal. You and Lazuli both.""I don't think so, freak!" the blonde woman shouts, getting ready to fight some more. The creature smiles, letting out an amused sigh. "There's no need for insults, my dear Lazuli. Really, you should feel honored.""All I feel is disgusted," she replies, eyes narrowing.The creature laughs again, then seems to vanish, appearing in front of Lazuli and slamming its fist into her gut. As she hunches over, it moves its arm behind her head and slams its elbow into the back of her skull. Lazuli begins to fall, but it quickly grabs her by the back of her track suit, lifts her up in front of its face, and punches her in the gut again, causing her to cry out in pain and fall limp in its grasp. The creature doesn't stop, however, striking her face and gut over and over until it's confident that she won't be fighting back. It smirks in your direction, raising its tail and preparing to impale her.>A. Rush in and attack it!>B. Energy Blade and slice off its tail>C. Throw a Kienzan>D. Don't to anything, just stand back and watch in horror>E. Something else
>>1706276>E. Something elseSolar Flare.
>>1706276>>B. Energy Blade and slice off its tail
>>1706276>B. Energy Blade and slice off its tailIf we used the Kienzan she'd end being used as a shield probably.
If only we had learned how to do it without performing the hand motion, now that I think about it.
>>1706309Solar flare x100, but I don't want to test trying something new in this situation
Rolled 29 (1d100)>>1706311Don't worry! We'll roll high and succeed =)
Rolled 6 (1d100)>>1706318Livelock.
>>1706318I'm not changing, but I want to remind anons we could Solar Flare better and faster than we could dash to him, he's literally ready to stab her.
Rolled 36 (1d100)>>1706318
>>1706320>>1706327Its not a roll you fools.
Rolled 49 (1d100)>>1706332
>>1706325I doubt solar flare would effect him when he's holding her and about to drink her. Plus wouldn't he know the solar flare considering he has all of our techniques.
Rolled 2 (1d100)>>1706334
Rolled 71 (1d100)>>1706334Oh. Better link to the correct post, in case it matters.
Rolled 54 (1d100)>>1706334AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARGH
Rolled 3 (1d100)>>1706334
Rolled 89 (1d100)>>1706334
>>1706341The rule is Solar Flare will always work against enemy the first time. Afterwards they become immune to it, know that its going to occur. In our case low roll works, afterwards we probably need like a 90 or so for it to work again.
>>1706367>afterwards we probably need like a 90 or so for it to work again.SOMNIUS quests are the Israel of /qst/
Som's weighing his options careful, and by that, I mean his options to make our failure oh so painful.
>>1706443https://twitter.com/qmdralo/status/890027358136262656No he dead.
>>1707159>Som right now.
Gonna try running tonight
>>1708076Uhull!! Glad i didn't missed us jobing to cell.
>>1708306Jobbed so hard he unmade reality
>>1710223My bet is that while Tofoo was jumping universes after reaching god ki he arrived at SOM's house and punched the powerline so he wouldn't be able to post. Guess next time our rolls will be much better.
>>1708076I'm still deep in the backlog of this, but I just wanted to say congrats on 150 threads of this man. Its cool to see a quest that has lasted this long.
Remember we need a replacement guardian for earth if we want to go off and get trained by Whis If that opportunity ever arisesAlso think Som will give Piccolo god ki? I know Namekians have that red eye thing from heros
>>1712624Hopefully by the time Whis and Beerus are introduced we will of promoted up, if thats even possible... And if it is, Sorry King Kai, i mean, you can still live on the planet if you want, we aren't going to kick you out, maybe
>>1712715>Being a simple Kai>>1712624If you suitably impress Whis, then maybe
>>1714399I made up a write in many threads ago that basically amounted to bribing Whis with food that you said could work, but I'm not digging through the archives just to find it. I know food won't cut it though we need to show potential and hopefully we don't job
>>1714843>Whis and Beerus show up>The reason Beerus goes ape shit isn't because of Buu>It's because of Tofoo's "World Famous Chili">Tofoo is the reason the earth is destroyed
>>1714922Please no, just let Bulma feed him fancy foods and sweets and then we show him junk food
>>1714922Hadn't we came to the conclusion that only Aliens appreciate Tofoo's cooking?
>>1715304That's for our super special recipes.I'm sure people would like our regular stuff more if we ever remembered to get more of our super secret sauces and sauces.
Should I run tonight?
>>1716687You shouldn't,but do it anyways.
Rolled 37 (1d100)>>1705990
>>1716687if you arnt busy then please do
>>1716726>>1716695>>1716703That roll promises suffering....Very well
>>1716733>Running only because of promised suffering.SOM, PLS.
Raising your hands in front of your face, you prepare to hit the creature with a Solar Flare. But, before you get the chance, Lazuli opens her eyes, kicks upward, and catches the beast in the jaw. Surprised, the creature releases its grip on the girl, who throws a second kick that slams into its throat. As it's pushed back, Lazuli races forward and lands punch after punch to its gut before firing a wave of energy that pushes it back even further.This time, rather than giving chase, Lazuli gathers up her energy and begins hurling a barrage of energy attacks at the creature. Each one hits its mark, and soon, the hideous thing is obscured by smoke. Lazuli doesn't stop, firing blast after blast of energy at the monster, not stopping until she seems to run out of steam, hunching a bit and giving labored breaths. >A. Nice job>B. She shouldn't have wasted power that way>C. Tell her that the two of you need to run>D. Fire some of your own attacks into the smoke>E. Something else
>>1716784>E. Don't be stupid.>E. Bear shout the smoke.
>>1716796>Don't be stupidGonna need a roll for that
Rolled 6 (1d100)>>1716804
>>1716815Ahhh, feels good to be back.
Rolled 95 (1d100)>>1716804:)
>>1716784>C. Tell her that the two of you need to run>E. Something elseFucking run.Also power up and send up a pulse to alert everyone that we're fighting
Rolled 62 (1d100)>>1716830relax guys I got this*dabs*
Rolled 8 (1d100)>>1716830TIME TO SAVE THE DAY
Rolled 72 (1d100)>>1716830
>>1716839>>1716837>>1716835>>1716796Not being stupid enough to assume that the creature is dead, you fire a Bear Shout into the smoke cloud. Sure enough, it strikes something before detonating, creating an even larger smokescreen that soon blocks your view of your friend.She's vulnerable with such a loss of energy, and that thing is probably still alive. You decide to fly over to her energy signature and help protect her, but before you can, you feel movement behind you.>A. Ascend!>B. Dive!>C. Turn and defend>D. Turn and strike first!>E. Explosive Wave>F. Something else
>>1716854>D. Turn and strike first!
>>1716854>E. Explosive WaveNuke it, it's the only way to be sure.
>>1716854>D. Turn and strike first!Surely this isn't Lazuli we're hitting!
Rolled 64 (1d100)>>1716924
Rolled 43 (1d100)>>1716924No dab this time because low roll
>>1716932>>1716933One roll left, make it count
Rolled 10 (1d100)inb4 its not cell
Rolled 47 (1d100)>>1716944>make it countshut up fag the 64 was a passing roll.
Rolled 38 (1d100)>>1716924
>>1716953Som, I genuinely wonder what's up with the rolls in this quest, because honestly man. There's jobbing, and then there's JOBBING. It's like Tofoo is hated by the dice gods.
Rolled 87 (1d100)>>1716960Rolling to see how much the dice gods hate tofoo.(Low roll = Dice love tofoo, High roll = dice hate tofoo)
>>1716972huh, well then
>>1716932>>1716933>>1716947You spin around, hoping to strike before your foe gets the chance, but as you make your turn, a massive foot slams into your head, sending your head jerking back and causing you to black out for a moment.When you come to, it's just in time to see the beast hovering over you, and before you can do a thing to stop it, it brings its elbow down right between your eyes, and once again, you black out. When your vision returns, you're lying on the ground, the beast standing above you with one foot pressing down on your chest to hold you in place. Its tail rises, and it smirks down at you, its eyes shining with eagerness.>A. Bear Shout!>B. Slice off its tail with an Energy Blade>C. Slice off its leg with an Energy Blade>D. Explosive Wave>E. Something else
>>1716980>C. Slice off its leg with an Energy BladeFug
>>1716980give it the ol' >D
>>1717013fuck it, I'll switch to >C
>>1717013>>1716980>C. Slice off its leg with an Energy BladeGotta get a leg up on this monster.
Rolled 97 (1d100)>>1717028
Rolled 21 (1d100)>>1717028
>>1717034The dice promised us suffering, but it looks like Cell is the one receiving it.
Rolled 5 (1d100)>>1717028
>>1717067you'VE DOOMED US ALL.
>>1717067>>1717034>>1717035"Well, Tofoo, I'd hoped someone with your reputation would put up a better fight," the creature remarks, swinging its tail back and forth above you. "But in the end, it doesn't really matter. This was never going to end any other way. Say goodbye to this world!"The creature's tail begins to descend, but rather than stabbing into your body, it finds itself sliced off at the end by an Energy Blade that sprouts from your arm.As the end of the monster's appendage falls to the ground, you take advantage of its shock to slice through the leg being used to pin you down, cutting through the knee and severing the lower leg from the creature's body. It falls off-balance, and you leap back to your feet, knocking it flat with a powerful punch to the face. >A. Tell the monster that it's over>B. Slice it to ribbons>C. Bear Shout>D. Kamehameha!>E. Something else
>>1717106>C. Bear Shout
>>1717106>A>EEight-Arm Technique Ki Blade
>>1717106>>C. Bear Shout
Rolled 48, 82, 60, 15, 91 = 296 (5d100)>>1717106Also the next 5 rolls are crap so let me just get them out of the way
>>1717106>C. Bear ShoutNo words, only power.
>>1717106>C. Bear Shout.
>>1717106>>B. Slice it to ribbons
Rolled 86 (1d100)>>1717154I win :D
Rolled 20 (1d100)>>1717154
Rolled 37 (1d100)>>1717154Shiggy didgeridoo
Rolled 75 (1d100)>>1717154Please gods
>>1717154Do me a favor Cell, stay dead.Or not, that would be quite dissapointing.
>>1717166We need Cell for the Universal Survival Arc though.
>>1717168>Not recruiting the true ruler of the universe
>>1717174>Teaming up with the guy that ripped off one of out legs with his tail.
>>1717168Do we though? If we take Shin's place as supreme Kai we could probably up our mortal level so Zeno doesn't kill us.
>>1717174Is he standing behind Frieza?
>>1717174why not both?No, but in all seriousness, fuck Frieza
>>1717181Wait, really?? I don't remember that. How metal.
>>1717155>>1717156>>1717159Without a word to the creature, you open your mouth wide, engulfing it in a wave of light before it had the chance to try and defend itself. You feel its energy vanish, and the ground shakes as your blast detonates, sending out shockwaves that level trees and smoke that keeps you from seeing two feet ahead of yourself.You rise into the air, struggling to catch your breath as you search for any signs of the creature having survived. You see nothing, and you feel nothing."What the hell was that thing?" Lazuli asks, descending to hover beside you and stare down at the cloud of smoke you created. >A. A monster>B. You don't know>C. Who cares? It's dead now>D. Don't answer>E. Ask if she's alright>F. Suggest heading back to the Lookout>G. Ask if she's okay to make it home by herself>H. Something else
>>1717224Yeah Freezy fucked us up good on Namek. We still had the last laugh though.
>>1717226>B. You don't know>E. Ask if she's alright
>>1717226>A. A monster>F. Suggest heading back to the Lookout"Where there's one bug there's usually a nest."
>>1717226>>1717226>B. You don't know>E. Ask if she's alright>F. Suggest heading back to the Lookoutcould give her a senzu, and a place to relax for a few minutes.
>>1717226>E. Ask if she's alright>G. Ask if she's okay to make it home by herselfIf she can't then, >F. Suggest heading back to the Lookout>H. Something else"It was something that came from the future or at least it somewhat connected to it since my wife got a call about a time machine similar to Trunk's being abandoned near Ginger Town to where it ate all the people there."
>>1717226>>B. You don't know>F. Suggest heading back to the Lookout>H. Something elseYou and piccolo already "killed" that thing before, better go there and warn everybody about this nigga that either multiplies or re-spawns
>>1717226>>B. You don't know>>E. Ask if she's alright
>>1717259You think cell might already know instant transmission?
>>1717252>>1717238"I don't know," you admit as you glance over at her. "Are you alright?""I'm alive, so I guess that's enough," she tells you with a shrug."Come on," you tell her. "We should head back to the Lookout.">End Updates
>>1717275Maybe, although doesn't that thing takes time to use and a ki signature to teleport to?
>>1717297I think the time is pretty subjective, but IN THEORY perhaps he could teleport to his unfinished self in the lab, that would make a pretty good get out of jail free card.
How much you wanna bet he survived somehow?
>>1717296Other stuff keeping you busy for a bit?
>>1717296How did lazuli think of us destroying cell?Who felt that fight and what did they think?
>>1717322It is near impossible that he is dead.
>>1717322Well. he is still in the secret lab, so whatever we do he is still going to survive until we know about the lab.
>>1717226>B. You don't know>F. Suggest heading back to the LookoutThere were two of these things so far.There's bound to be more.
>>1717296Boy,that jobber dna is really showing off.So, are we getting more androids any time soon?Maybe even some friendly ones?
>>1717409why does 17 have a goatee
>>1717457Because he's Super
>>1717457Because that's the male android avatar for DB Heroes.
>>1717323Yup>>1717336"Not bad"Relief, mostly
Uh we still need to fight Gero and the reborned Red ribbon army and the cell in Trunks future.
>>1723850Oh shit, this is now a time travel arc.
Guys, you're not looking at this the right way.The only way Cell could survive, is if he's been using the Multi-Form technique. He's been scouting us, while keeping his true power level completely hidden. That's why he jobbed so hard twice. The moment we truly face him, it'll be pure and utter despair. The quest is just getting dragged on until Som ends it on the most depressing note possible.I'M INTO YOU, SOM. YOU CAN'T FOOL ME!!
>>1728113That or we just never figure out that the basement exists, so we end up having to do the real cell saga in the middle of the seven year period between the cell and buu arc. Maybe even combine it with the android thirteen movie and have cell activate and send all of the androids left in Gero's secret lab basement in order to gauge and learn our techniques and fighting styles, as well as take more samples to improve upon himself. There's a lot left som could do with the androids and cell.
>>1728113>>1728188I have plans
>>1717381Well when Trunks and Bulma were checking the time machine they did mention something about Egg shells like in more then one.
>>1728113Well, Kami did said he felt something powerfull buried deep withing the earth so cell might just be hidden and doing what you just said to gather energy and then doing what you just said.