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This quest takes place in the DC Universe with characteristics mainly pulled from the animated TV series and films.
You are Reno, AKA Black Rider Battery! After a tremendous journey from boy to super-powered fighter, you've started taking the first steps to becoming a established name in the world of metahumans! It is now 5 years in the future, where you've raised a tower in your name! The 54-story building not only houses many of your Tamaranean and Oni subordinates, but the underground metahuman fight club known as The Metabrawl! Recently, we've turned a simple volunteer beating into a chaotic journey through time and space, arriving at Earth 3! Now you're faced with allies and enemies who've had their roles reversed in this bizarre world!
-10/15 Minute voting period after each post, I will now specify how many votes are allowed per post.
-Some actions (typically combat choices against non-generic enemies and certain social situations) will require 3 D100 rolls, using the best of the 3 rolls for said action.
-Critical successes/failures are 100/1
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MC Powers and Inventory
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We all do.
I miss most of the cast. They were the best part.
I'm sorry anon! I'm trying to work around a very hectic schedule, but I will find some sort of solution to run better and more consistently!
Your life is priority 1, don’t worry about us.

02 is kind of a bitch though
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Thread has been archived!

Thank you anon. I hope others feel the same way as you do, because I'd really hate to let you all down.

Also, she is! But maybe she just needs to warm up to you!

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You are newly minted Admiral Alana Tyrna of the Imperial Navy and you've lead your fleet to the fortress world of Gyndine, the assembly point for a retaliation armada aimed at the collection of breakaway Imperial warlord states known as the Consortium.

Already two other fleets are positioned nearby and in the center of them was the imposing, dagger-wedge of a Bellator-class dreadnought, Admiral Oxtroe's flagship Grandeur.

It's on this ship that the admirals of these fleets were to meet. In preparation for this event, you've boarded a Lamda-Class shuttle from your own flagship, the new Invicta-Class Star Destroyer Undying. Ahead, an assembly of admirals awaits you.
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Hey I have a quick question about the quest.

How often do you play as Sheev compared to the officer?
Ehhh it's hard to said, depends on what's going on. Palpatine makes big picture choices and moves on typically. Alana's take more detail to flesh out.
So about 50/50?

I'm asking because I'm kind of interested in checking out the quest, but I've always found playing as canon characters a bit of a turn off, even if it's a clone in this case.
I think it's less than 50%, but close. You should give it a read anyway, see what you think. Most of Palpatine's stuff is just sending fleets around and choosing Dark Jedi and things.
playing as Palpatine easily contains the best parts of the quest in my opinion, cast your aversion aside and give it a go

Last thread a kid with no future miraculously became a captain for the Systems Alliance navy which recently seceded from the Terran Federation. In the current arms race, planets mobilize their entire populations and resources to prepare for the conflict to come. Your current mission is to bring the planet of Fama out of neutrality.

As the ship popped out of shift a greenblue ball was evident on the screen. The computer quickly identified it as Fama. As you closened to the planet a woman’s voice came from behind you,
“A incoming transmission from a ship named Urbion is...”
“Let it through.”
The screen statically projected a small birdish man onto the screen.
“Hello, uh... don’t come any closer. My computers identified your ship as a warship. There are no Federation installments on Fama. Leave now.”
>Your computers do not lie, this is a warship.
>[Intimidate]Let me through (Roll d100)
>[Bluff] Your computers are wrong, we are merchants (d100)
>Write in
Welcome, put with your vote if you are new or from the last thread.[\spoiler]
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I missed this sorry. I write very slow. What time zone are my players in?
>>[Subterfuge] Tell me what happened so I can sift through the lies and truth
Roll d100
Rolled 8 (1d100)

“Tell me what happened so I can separate the truth from lies.”
His face turned to another shade of red in a microsecond.
“No you tell me what happened.”
What he had been fumbling with under his chair was his shotgun, which was now peeking up to the ceiling.
“Aristov saved Amaterasu, that’s what happened. Now give me the information.”
>You’re unhinged, take your pills or something
>I don’t think you saved anything
>(Any other option in the last update)
>Write in

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Previous threads here:


>You are Princess Zelda, heir to the fallen throne of Hyrule

>Your father, corrupted by Power, died in a coup, your Kingdom shattered in a civil war 10 years ago, the Hero in Green giving his life to ensure you escaped the conflict

>An uneasy peace has returned to the land, but omens of a descent into greater chaos than before loom on the horizon

>You, Zelda Hyrule, have the potential to claim your birthright and restore the Kingdom to what it once was, bring back true peace to the lands. Your path ahead is not set in stone; you must chisel it in yourself. What kind of Legend will you create?

And for reference, pastebin with stats, inventory, and some mechanics:

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This. We've got to be thorough.
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“We should not rush this. Slow but steady, next floor. The monsters’ patrols do not reach the closest door, so it would be best to head there.”

“Makes sense. Okay, I’ll lead the way then! Let’s go, ladies!” Horon declares proudly, marching forward.

“Well, seems someone’s eager.” Aveli moves up behind him.

“I do hope that will not lead to overconfidence again.” Sheik comments to you as you move along.

You reach the door and step inside. There is a relatively small room with a chest in the middle and a significant amount of fog on the wood floor. In fact... a suspicious amount of it. Horon starts to head forward, taking a few steps... and almost slipping down a ledge. Aveli grabs him by the cape and pulls him back. Horon gulps as he looks down; a very, very deep pit surrounds the chest in the center. And in the pit is bubbling, oozing, malicious corruption awaits at the bottom. There is a branch leading from where you are into the room, but you can barely even see the start of it.

It seems the chest is guarded by a maze, shrouded in fog and with a nasty surprise awaiting those who fail it. Looks like you will have to be careful.

>Secret Princess Zelda Quest #36 END.
>Twitter account is @KatoQm, will have status updates there

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Aye, good times.

Also, announcing my intent to circumvent mazes and puzzles with lateral thinking and outright cheating, out of years of gaming spite. Enable or subdue this as you see fit.
I'm just glad everything is okay, Kato. Missed these threads a lot, but sounded like things were getting pretty tough for you. Good to see you back.
Glad to hear! And by all means, if you end up with an idea on circumventing this, give it a shot. Lateral thinking is encouraged.

Thank you anon, that means a lot. Things have definitely gotten better, so don't worry.

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On another day during another weekend, a certain submarine crests the rolling ocean waves. Its destination reached, a large hatch on the submarine's back opens up, and a landing pad rises into place, locking with a hydraulic hiss.

To the pilot's standing on the exposed back of the submersible carrier, the air is cool and pleasant. A salt-ladden breeze whips over the hulking war machines, and the sunshine gleams off alien exoskeletons.

Not a bad day to raise hell on Earth.

>mission begin today at 12 Mountain Time
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"Great, let's bounce."

>Grab Urban, junior birdman the hell out of there
"Catch it if you can."
Urban said as they tossed the axe over to Valkyrie as they started to take off to fly away from the island.
"You know this Ichor stuff they use is really great. It's a hell of a thing to use, but I'd really recommend it if you really don't care about heart pain."
"Nice, now I don't need to put in the paperwork for replacement."

CP grabs another leg and helps with the liftoff.

Tommy: "I made that bomb perfectly. It was foolproof! There was no way it went off early on it's own."

Editi: "Lets just get out of here."
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Armor Corps withdraws from Ascension Island. True to the operation's name, the island burns as magma bubbles to the surface. The microvolcanoes dotting the island explode violently, spewing lava, ash and supeheated gas into the air. Sections of the island fall into the ocean as the agitated tectonic forces tear it apart. Of those left stranded, some try to jump into the ocean, boiling to death from the undersea lava flows. Others simply accept their fate, lying on the ground as they're buried under ash and fire. A few manage to escape like flight like you did, carrying as many people who can't in their arms.

Mission accomplished. Ascension Island is no more.

>Thanks for playing, everyone.

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Now you're a ghost.

What do?
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Start groping him
Tell him we're the ghost of his long lost uncle
Op has become the ghost. He is living his quest now.

RIP in peace OP, it was fun while it lasted
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Sorry for the huge delay. I'm not dead, it's just the usual depression. I will try my best to let you all know if it happens again.

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You're in the game now.
Uh.... wait a second...
This isn't Mario.

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(Ben Prunty – Old War Machines)

It always sat at the edge of your mind, but as you seal cracks in the roadway, you finally must admit it: Your recruiter got you good.

Granted, he had you by the neck from the start. You were never in a position to defer your service, but he made you think you got lucky: Good scores, good vitals, why don’t you join the mechanized? A sealed cockpit of a Panzerknecht 40 meters above and away from the worst of it, behind a suite of high tech weapons and defenses? Doesn’t it look heroic on the banners?

Of course, “it” wasn’t the pristine goliath of artillery that dominated the posters, but the utilitarian formation surrounding it.

You glance under the screens in your helmet and are treated with the dull yellow interior of your Panzermagd, crowded with manual adjustments and a backup screen charitably described as “adequate”. Really it describes most of the machine aside the insultingly small fan mounted on the inner frame.
You flick back on the DAS and glance upwards at your far more handsome companion.

The Durga strides behind you a dozen or so meters back, gingerly settling its hexapod legs onto the city road. A titan of matte composite punctuated by a trio of cannons aimed skyward. Even with your ministrations, you can see the massive Panzerknecht was making a mess of the pavement. You weren’t so much protecting the roads from the machine as much as ensuring its solid footing. In the evening sun, the machine shades the entire block.

All Knights were similar in that regard. They have a presence and gravity that’s more than mass. During training, you recall constant reminders of the importance of the knights and your duty to support them. The Knights took ground, the mechanized kept it, and the Magd maintained that order. You played schoolyard bully for the ground pounders while turning around and tending to these warlords.

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will there be a containment discord to limit shit posting in the thread?

Currently that's a no, but I'm not going to rule it out if things get hectic. I'd prefer not to fragment the audience too badly, so I'd prefer to keep everything in the threads.
intensify the shitpos tie ing
Reminds me of Fear Nought quest, but futuristic instead of World War era

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We’re back baby!

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Skyranger enroute to Council Mission Site, France

“...Like I said, I don’t really have much info in the AO as there seems to be issues with the camera surveillance. Buuut aerial footage confirms a firefight had definitely occurred, so be careful down there Strike-1!”

Comms Specialist Polis' relaying of information is helpful to you, as little as it was, and you go out of your way to thank her. You’ve been feeling off about the mission you and the rest of Strike-1 are flying over to deploy given how… foggy everything’s been leading up to it. It's a mission to respond to a Council convoy that was ambushed in France. Objectives are to secure the area and rescue any survivors. Normally it’s safe to assume that aliens are involved, but from what your support is relaying there’s oddities in the timeline from when UFO activity was logged in Mission Control to the ambush itself. Were there aliens already embedded prior to the ambush? You have no idea.

The Council is usually rather cagey with everything they do but this seems different. They’re holding their cards even closer to their chest this time. Less information means a riskier operation. It’s worrying.

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Seconding this. I don't think Loki has a rocket launcher but I'm sure she can somehow make the store go boom.
Pixel, what is the safest close range that a grenade can be fired (e.g. how many meters away ?)
>>Assist Burnout. (TN 55)
I'd rather assault with everyone together, not while part of the team is running around.
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Good question! For the sake of convenience grenades work as they do in the games, where one can launch a grenade as close to the blast tile radius as they want if you want so snazzy danger close shenanigans. Though, it'll be slightly more difficult for obvious reasons.

Loki knows how to handle her grenades!
Oh and before I forget, calling the vote here!

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“Our lord approaches!”

>The space marine, who has taken control of this Renegade regiment since Commander Irvis’s death, steps into the war room. His helmeted gaze passed over al attending

“Greetings. Today is the day of our first operation since your commander’s death. We shall take a step further in damaging the Imperial presence on this planet.”

“Some ways from here is an Imperial Outpost meant to command this area. They have many things there, but our main target is three valkyrie aircraft. With these, our operational range increases tenfold. This base is heavily guarded, there will be no sneaking in; we shall be launching a frontal assault.”

>He turns to leave

“We leave in two hours. Hydra dominatus.”

>What is this?
This is the Renegade Regiment, a freeform RP . In this quest, you play Renegade guardsmen and chaos cultists under the command of Commander Irvis as the regiment struggles against the shackles of the Imperium

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She seems to be enjoying this more then most other times you have scratched her head, most likely due to the pain all things considered. "I'm sure your knew friend, whoever they are will prove to be useful, I'm sure they would be able to make all of Catalina's and my own problems disappear...possibly along with seven."
Sweetie she is not that good I can promise you

> with his empty handed he touch the wound she got previously from Catalina

Oh I hope it's not deep. I would hate it if you were scared

"Alright, if you say so Jaan." She would seem to be even more relaxed when Jaan touched the wound, almost as if she could dose off into sleep. "Its fine, even if I was scared, the scarring could fade in time. Besides, how will I be able to feel pain without a few wounds like this? If I was to worry about anything though, it would be the burn wounds I got a while ago from those Khornates...I think that was when they attacked you, yeah, thats when I got those...though, they healed by now, I think one of the princes servants helped me heal that, but the memory is hazy." She would say before resting her head on the desk.
I'm currently not doing anything do you have any ideas for a activity

> he reach into a drawer taking some papers and pencils in there there is also a woden carving of some sort of animal

"Yes, have you considered trying to find pleasure in pain? If you would like I could help you in that regard, but it might not feel too good for the first few minutes, but once you start to feel it, its amazing. Otherwise, I wouldn't mind a nap."

Bloody hell, lads! When Command said we were finally getting reinforced with some fresh faces. I wasn't expecting them to be from half the damn Imperium! I suppose it's too late now to ask for some fresh faces from Cadia... Whatever...

Alright new guys! Eyes front, and backs straight as a ruler! No excuses over there, Magnus!

Now I don't care where the hell you're from. But I expect you all to be on your best bloody behaviour! I want you all to keep your eyes open for any sign of Ork Kommandos trying to infiltrate our ranks again! And for the love of the Emperor! STOP dressing up like them! I know you're all bored, waiting for the Orks to strike. But Private Gullihan had a bayonet charge against him this morning, All because half his platoon thought he was an Ork!

>What is this?
Free-form roleplay set in the grim darkness of the far future of Warhammer 40,000. Based off of threads that used to happen over on /tg/. Until recently, we were going under the name "field kit inspection".

>When do you guys make these threads?
Usually Saturdays at 11:30am Eastern Standard Time. Although we'll often make a new thread throughout the week, if we hit the bump limit early on

>Can I join in?
Sure, just think of a character and have fun, you can find most info in 1d4chan albeit it's ussually a little bit out of date in comparison to where the threads are.

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Sorry Sa-
>presses trigger again
Wah it didnt fire? Sar I think ya broke it
hello lads im gaz
anyone fancy a brew?
Rolled 27 (1d100)

David, being the paranoid little man that he was went through the camp all last night. There must be at least one Heretic amongst them. . . And if he wanted to live long enough to become something. He Must find then before they pose a threat
>walks over to the corporal
Corporal designation should I repair the bolter before it jams in the next wave?

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This is beyond a midlife crisis.

This is a midlife catastrophe.

Once you found out your daughter Melon was a magical girl, the shocks came thick and fast. Your wife, Liska, revealed herself to be a kitsune - well, she always was a party animal. Emphasis on the 'animal'.

And you ended up starting a sort of magical mafia, just as an attempt to save your daughter and her magical girl friends from their contracts with the rats that gave them their powers.

Find out your daughter's doing work for her dealer to get her fix, beat up the dealer, get him to join your 'legitimate business' so your daughter can keep getting her fix, all in a day's work for a dad, right?


Then there was that nice, tense dinner with the nearly two thousand year old dragon who's set up in the city center. ...And is your boss 'Bernie' at your accounting firm day job.

And the visit to the in-laws, where Sachio, your brother in law, executed his father and took over his family. And then your mother in law (who's some sort of land goddess?) caused a flood that wiped out most of a valley, and a lot of bureaucrats suddenly got real hardline in their devotion to shintoism.

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just an explanation of RPC and it's hierarchy construction, mission statement, military capabilities and staff security clearance.
That's the kind of thing Kelly was talking about earlier when he was saying we had to de-escalate things here or "the Feds" would show up.

However, since demons apparently run the world, any government organizations like that would be a hilarious clusterfuck because competent investigators would be noticing odd things about their own organizations, bosses and people in on the gig would be trying to cover things up from their own folks, etc. Not that either of those things is uncommon in that genre as a whole.

The underground supernatural world is usually too stable to need much involvement like that, due to its combative instability. If something supernatural starts eating people or causing problems, they're pretty likely to get busted by the local supernatural folks before the situation escalates enough for the wheel of bureaucracy to run them over. Same reason random muggers didn't like working in mafia neighborhoods - easy to piss off the wrong people.

Smaller places without an existing strong supernatural presence or places where the locals are squabbling would need that kind of intervention if something dangerous showed up. That's the sort of towns Madison and co. have been trying to drive through.

I'm just theorizing out loud about how this world works.

While SCP is a fun canon (of wildly varying quality and significant differences over time periods), they're a bad tonal fit for the quest, and they actually couldn't exist in this setting - there are too many people they'd consider anomalies running around causing trouble, bringing down floods, getting into fights, sleeping on piles of gold, warming the MC's bed, etc. for there to be a huge international NGO of limitless means after them.

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Hellboy tends to be a good sport about that, so i doubt he will straight up kill us. He will beat the shit out of us though.

Remember that one time we tried to solo a Duke of Hell?

Maybe we should try learning from that.
Hey, when I said "give me lines for the MC to say while beating the shit out of this guy", I wasn't joking. I won't use them all.

But the door is still open!

We're just in the 'sewing up loose ends' prelude to the Hell Arc. Your wish may be granted yet.
>Maybe we should try learning from that.
That balance is probably the hardest thing to strike while running a quest.

Meta questing stuff: Scare the players, they never do anything interesting. Signal "BAD IDEA, brah", and your idea of a signal doesn't resonate - you have to figure out how to preserve narrative intensity while not killing the quest via MC death. Sometimes you do this via writing multiple posts with votes as a "are you really sure?", but you can undermine that by doing the same thing for good ideas. Sometimes it's a situation with a less-than-optimal route instead of a "YOU DIED", others it's hard to go "ok, that's what we're doing, let's uh, let's write that, see what happens".

It gets progressively harder as a quest goes on and more 'canon' and 'worldbuilding' builds up to walk the line deciding between "ok, I wasn't specific enough here" and "this is how the world works, and they're gonna have to DEAL". And the desire to subvert narrative expectations for impact.

Actually a spoiler for past events: You probably could have gotten Haru to swear loyalty to the MC at the moments you were offered, particularly since it was phrased in terms of something he recognized. It's not as if the MC hit a bad option, it's just less than optimal and the iron cooled.

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Welcome to the Galactic Federation, a series in which one acts as an Ambassador for an alien civilization in a retro styled future filled with strange aliens and cosmological wonders. Engage in combat, enter in diplomatic talks, and explore the Cosmos!

>This is not necessarily a normal qst, but rather a freeform RP with rules and established lore. Feel free to join the Discord and make a civilization of your own.

>Discord link:https://discord.gg/EscNNry

>Guide to making a Civilization:https://docs.google.com/document/d/13DxLinH-4pIduR9-kvAckqhok4IpUmn8fIF5DT-av4k

>BasicLore: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1T2CJbuSZraRTPu0eEIyVqrzDPKiF7h0lCYCd940gET0/edit#heading=h.hcfsn8dd2dw4
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>Several scientists board with wide grins
>They are greeted with open arms by the scientists
>Barn Stars, clad in their red clothing, glance at them for a bit before getting back on their games
>Their frigate is also seen near the ship, crimson red
>A single Yss scientist appears, his appearcane notably different from other members of his species, a unusual ornate mask and dearly pale scales and skin, marking him as one of the Heryss, or ghost born
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>Once everyone is comfortable inside the main ship, "Endless Voyage" flies off towards the Wild Space with its accomplanying ships
>While on the way there, they will transmit signals in every pitstop in case other civilizations want to join in this expedition

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You are pilot HARRY NEUMANN, the newest of one of the New UN Spacy's Tactical Sound Units!

Though you wanted it to last longer, your and Dorothea's brief shore leave on Earth had to remain as such. There was simply too much to do to stay for too long.

Already, you were sitting in Dorothea's temporary office aboard the Gladius, one of Pacifica's support carriers that was holding orbit above Earth among the countless NUNS ships forming the planet's defensive screen.

It was just a simple tea time with the Admiral as she reviewed her datapad, quickly catching up with what had happened with her fleet while she was away. You see her eyes dart from side to side as she absorbs the data, casually sipping her tea all the while. It was clear this was something she did on a regular basis.

"Well," She sighs as she finally looks away from her screen, "the good news is that the fleet's still there. The Zentradi have been quiet so far, so maybe they really are busy regrouping."

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>Better get Amy and go.
nope, out.
>Get Amy and explore the place
unless that's basically the second option
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"I think I'll take Amy back to the fleet." You tell Karla.

"Of course. Have a safe trip! I'll catch up with you later!" Karla smiles as the security door opens and Amy steps out, quickly taking up position next to you.

"FINALLY." Amy rolls her eyes. "We can get outta here! Damn place gives me the creeps."

You manage to catch sight of Naru and wink at her. She gives a happy wave as you leave.

"So, you find out what evil plot Karla is up to?" Amy asks as the two of you ride the elevator back up to the hangar level.

"Just recording your voice, apparently." You shrug. "Didn't sound like anything too dangerous so i didn't dig any deeper."

"Huh." Amy just sighs and crosses her arms. "So how did the meeting with the bigwigs go, anyways?"

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Thanks for running!
Thanks for the run, Merc.

Gonna have to put that kid through cool boarding school.
Hmm, so they are recording her voice samples?

Thanks for running Merc!


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You are Jeremiah Sol, a newly transferred student to Erebus academy in the elven city state of Nileth. In a span of three weeks, you are doing your best to settle in balancing between your studies, your social life and managing your ever-growing fiances.

A lot happened recently, from you getting laughed at the chess club to the first human victory in the reenactment secondary event. Your day in the academy is almost over. Currently, it is break time.
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Supporting this
>Verbally Intervene [Specify
>could I help you with something?

"Its nothing, Jeremiah, please head insi-"

"You motherfucker," The orc turned his attention to you. He grabbed you by the shirt "Piece of shit lying to me. You think i forgot or somethin' ? "

"ENOUGH!" You never saw Miss Lilim so infuriated like that before "I am THIS close to ask for a restraining order. You are an obnoxious excuse for a ''''parent''''. As long as i live and breathe, you will NEVER have any authority over your son. You better leave THIS INSTANT or i will call the police."

He forcibly let go of your shirt almost shoving you to the ground "This ain't over, bitch." He had no choice but to leave.

Once he was gone, Miss Lilim took a deep breath, her right hand was visibly shaking "I...i need to sit down."

You brought her a glass of cold water from the kitchen "Sorry I had to involve you with this...individual."

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>>He has to know, Miss Lilim, we can't let this slip away.
>>Ask for a restraining order, already. He is extorting his son.
"I see nothing good coming out of it. Ronk has to keep his mind on more important things."

"What did i miss?" The orc asked casually, he must have heard you two talking; it was kind of quiet here in the garden.

"Your dad showed up, wanted to rummage through your stuff." You said it bluntly.

"Yeesh, what a pain. Yo, Miss Lilim, he didn't shit-talk you, yeah?"

"He...didn't." Ronk of course saw through her weak lie but he chose not sour his mood. Instead, he arched a wide smile " Dish washing is on me tonight. I am a master in the making here."

Well, that was the end of that. Ronk dismissed the whole situation and started to work on one of his homeworks. It was 4:10 PM, you had a lot of time to kill.

>Study a subject of your choice [Specify]

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You are a small boy, you want with all of your heart to become a big boy.

You are in a small room. The only contents are a box on top of a tall shelf, and the kitchen sink.

There is also a large door.
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take a shower in the sink.
>grab the pills, could have a possible use later
>grab the mug, drink some sink water before hopping out of the sink
>check under the sink
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>grab the pills, could have a possible use later

You do just that, noticing that the bottle is unmarked, made from amber colored glass, and stoppered with a cork.

>grab the mug, drink some sink water before hopping out of the sink
>take a shower in the sink.

You grab the mug and fill it with water. because you are still in the sink, you get soaked from the spray from the faucet. The water tastes gross, you think that the sink hasn't been used in a long time.

>check under the sink

You climb out of the sink and look in the cupboards underneath. Within is a well kept spiderweb holding a tiny key. On the shelf below is a very shiny, hollow tinfoil pyramid.
Wear the tinfoil pyramid on head

Check box to see if there are tools for us to retrieve the key safely
Toss a pill into the spiders web to see if there's a spider.

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