[Burichan] [Futaba] [Nice] [Pony]  -  [WT]  [Home] [Manage]
In memory of Flyin' Black Jackson
[Return] [Entire Thread] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]
Posting mode: Reply
Name (optional)
Email (optional, will be displayed)
Subject    (optional, usually best left blank)
Message
File []
Password  (for deleting posts, automatically generated)
  • How to format text
  • Supported file types are: GIF, JPG, PNG
  • Maximum file size allowed is 10000 KB.
  • Images greater than 250x250 pixels will be thumbnailed.

File 142903179331.png - (19.18KB , 800x600 , 1.png )
634390 No. 634390 ID: c0351d

There was once an image of a crudely drawn anthropomorphic rabbit with the tagline "Tgchan is a small, herbivorous bunny girl."

This person is not Tgchan.
Why not?

Be specific.
Expand all images
>>
No. 634392 ID: 0ee153

Because that's a crudely drawn cock.
>>
No. 634393 ID: 6cb462

Because this person is not controlled by tgchan suggesters... UNTIL NOW!
>>
No. 634394 ID: 96ddab

Cause no tits or gtfo.
>>
No. 634395 ID: c0351d
File 142903373208.png - (17.69KB , 800x600 , 2.png )
634395

>>634392 (Fuck, I did draw a cock didn't I.)

>>634393
How can this be not Tgchan if it is controlled by Tgchan? Invalid input.

>>634394
This is not Tgchan because it does not have tits, and must escape. Input accepted.
>>
No. 634397 ID: b9cef6

What must Not-TGchan escape from?
>>
No. 634413 ID: 9297f4

Not Tgchan must endevor to grow a pair of fine knockers.
>>
No. 634423 ID: c13298

not tgchan must show us their badass haircut
>>
No. 634434 ID: c0351d
File 142905083267.png - (18.88KB , 800x600 , 3.png )
634434

>>634397
It is some kind of siege machine. The uneven dirt road jostling its archers is likely the only reason this person still flees.

>>634413 >>634423
>Incorrect formatting. Please submit as a denial.
>>
No. 634437 ID: 296917

>>634434
The siege engine's wheels were not durable enough to take the strain of the bumpy road.
>>
No. 634440 ID: 5db52c

You aren't going to be able to light the siege machine on fire and make a sage getaway, that's for sure.
>>
No. 634447 ID: b9cef6

If that siege engine doesn't have brakes, it might fall into that huge cliff at the end of the road.
>>
No. 634455 ID: d3be40

Tgchan is not inclined to devour the flesh of her enemies because she is herbivorous.

This person, though...
>>
No. 634463 ID: 840db8

She isn't an anthropomorphic rabbit. Because she's not an anthropomorphic rabbit there is no reason for the archers to chase her, and therefore they aren't here.
>>
No. 634475 ID: c0351d
File 142906354261.png - (37.68KB , 800x600 , 4.png )
634475

>>634437
The Kerran do good work, it is unlikely that the machine will cease movement before its quarry does.

>>634447
But it will be unable to cross it. At the very least it will delay the operators.

>>634455
There is a very good reason this quarry is harried by such a feat of engineering...
>>
No. 634476 ID: c0351d
File 142906357638.png - (20.25KB , 800x600 , 5.png )
634476

>>634440
>>
No. 634480 ID: c0351d
File 142906440253.png - (24.42KB , 800x600 , 6.png )
634480

>>
No. 634481 ID: b9cef6

It sure is lucky that the walls of that canyon are made of sand, making for a non-deadly, if bumpy, fall.
>>
No. 634491 ID: 296917

>>634480
This person was not very agile. It would surely die.
>>
No. 634508 ID: 5db52c

Don't gloat.
>>
No. 634609 ID: c0351d
File 142912684263.png - (20.40KB , 800x600 , 7.png )
634609

>>634491 >>634508
10 points!
>>
No. 634610 ID: c0351d
File 142912688747.png - (23.48KB , 800x600 , 8.png )
634610

>>634481
The Kerran judge is not pleased.
>>
No. 634614 ID: d3be40

Wait, how sturdy is that sandbank?
>>
No. 634631 ID: 5db52c

Too bad you can't take a hit.
>>
No. 634633 ID: 739b70

Too bad your nipples didn't tell you about the meteor.
>>
No. 634636 ID: 296917

I suppose that means it can't swim.
>>
No. 634640 ID: b9cef6

Damn, they hit your wineskin!
>>
No. 634821 ID: c0351d
File 142921787018.png - (23.41KB , 800x600 , 9.png )
634821

>>634636
The getaway truly begins!

>>634640
It has been a long time since wine tasted like anything more than muddy water.
>>634631
It has been able to ignore such paltry wounds for nearly as long.

>>634614
>Good question, I wonder if someone knows?
>>
No. 634826 ID: b9cef6

We need to get back to our compatriots. Otherwise, how will we save the princess from those Kerran baatards? The hideout was near a river, but the odds of it being this river are preposterous.
>>
No. 634876 ID: 5db52c

Unusually, the this river would be uninhabited. With no settlements on it's banks.
>>
No. 635712 ID: c0351d
File 142966325369.png - (23.52KB , 800x600 , 10.png )
635712

>The title is still Character Creation. It would be nice to use pronouns, or draw a face at some point.

>>634876 >>634821
The have been no allies among any who live under a roof for years. The abomination is much too difficult to feed for that to work.

This place, it smells good.
>>
No. 635741 ID: 5db52c

>The title is still Character Creation. It would be nice to use pronouns, or draw a face at some point.
The abomination is not about to admit that its name is Thora, nor that its lack of tits is inconsistent with her gender.
>>
No. 635751 ID: 296917

>>635712
She wasn't very pretty. Her teeth weren't very long or sharp either. More like an herbivore than a carnivore, really.
>>
No. 635757 ID: d3be40

Tgchan never had to worry about voices in her head, or a decentralized nervous system. She never had to move boulders the size of a temple.
>>
No. 635767 ID: b9cef6

This crude anthropomorphic rabbit isn't named Peridot.
Pronounced Perry-Dot.
>>
No. 637227 ID: c0351d
File 143046932065.png - (25.65KB , 800x600 , 11.png )
637227

>>635767
Perry Dot is a cute name. Maybe not fitting, but cute! Her parents hardly knew what she would grow into at the time.
Plus, it gives the boys an excellent icebreaker.

...Not that she meets many. This little podunk town is a quiet little place, here mostly because the river moved in the Summoning. Her waitressing work lets her chat up virtually everyone who passes through, but there hasn't been any for weeks, She's taken up some weaving recently to-
>>
No. 637228 ID: c0351d
File 143046934337.png - (53.78KB , 800x600 , 12.png )
637228

Eh?
>>
No. 637229 ID: c0351d
File 143046936529.png - (38.62KB , 800x600 , 13.png )
637229

>>635741
Eh?
>>
No. 637230 ID: c0351d
File 143046939782.png - (25.79KB , 800x600 , 14.png )
637230

>>635751
Ehhhhh?
>>
No. 637233 ID: a19cd5

>>637230
"Hi."
>>
No. 637270 ID: b8ceae

>>637230
"Oh, sorry, I'm not a dentist. I'm still saving up for school.
I know a good one, though. I'll take you to her!"
>>
No. 637271 ID: 88960e

Wait, if we're not suggesting for the abomination, does that mean the nots for Peri are implicit?

>>637230
It sure was a tradegy when the abomination killed and devoured Peri. She meant her harm.
>>
No. 637295 ID: 57d76a

Perry was not impressed by the creature's internal crystals.
>>
No. 637422 ID: 2ae7d5

And that's where babies come from.
>>
No. 638254 ID: c0351d
File 143082425442.png - (50.58KB , 800x600 , 15.png )
638254

>>637271
Lets say Peri is a normal quest protagonist, and that abominations will continue to not listen to suggestion at all, as before


What the f-fudge is that?!?
Did it just pull me through the bridge? and those teeth? Oh gods, is this a hero?

W, well I'm not dead. Thats good, that means its one of the nice ones, right? Or like, one of the ones with rules? Should have paid more attention when the teacher came through.

Uh, it was something like: 'If you're still alive, be nice to it.' Maybe that's smiling.

>>637233
>"H-Hi"

Wow, that is a really evil sound.
>>
No. 638255 ID: c0351d
File 143082430651.png - (27.62KB , 800x600 , 16.png )
638255

>>637270

>"S-sorry, I'm not a dentist. I haven't gone to school or anything.
>I know a good one though, I'll take you to her!"

ohgodswheredoItakeahero
>>
No. 638293 ID: 57d76a

I don't suppose there's any fluctuation or some such to its hissing? Maybe it's trying to talk to you.
>>
No. 638310 ID: b9cef6

Just... Just motion for it to follow, maybe?
And if it responds by following, then, well, it's good.
And of it responds by lunging, then
Uh
We'll work from there
>>
No. 641079 ID: c0351d
File 143189300134.png - (53.69KB , 800x600 , 17.png )
641079

>>638293
It keeps hissing, but there really isn't anything to it. Just a long constant thing, like a snake with huge lungs.
>>638310
I climb out of the river, keeping the smile plastered to my face as I beckon it to follow.

It just stares at me hissing, staying under the bridge.
Since it dragged me under the bridge its been acting like a scared animal more than anything else. Some heroes are supposed to still be really smart, but maybe this isn't one of them.

Should I even be leading it into town? We don't actually have a dentist really, just a healer to who holds people together while their magic takes over. Maybe I should lead it into the guardhouse, or the mercenary guild.
>>
No. 641081 ID: b9cef6

You dropped your bag!
But how do you know it's a hero? It hasn't completed any quests or caused mass destruction.
And I suppose you could... Help it up?
...after sticking a bit of wood in its mouth so that it can't bite you
>>
No. 643310 ID: c0351d
File 143263610579.png - (56.29KB , 800x600 , 18.png )
643310

>>641081
>You dropped your bag!
Shoot, there goes any plan of tempting it with my lunch.

>But how do you know it's a hero? It hasn't completed any quests or caused mass destruction.
I guess I could have been jumping to conclusions. It could just be some poor soul with a bigger than average Shard.
I'm silly to think a legitimate Hero escaped when there aren't any Trackers in town.
Man, I'd love to meet a Tracker. They're the kind of people you write steamy novels about. Strong, dangerous, well paid, adept with thrusting weapons...

>Stick a bit of wood in its mouth so that it can't bite you
Both ends of the plank are still tied to the bridge. It actually doesn't look like there were any smaller pieces, the ends of the board were cut super cleanly. Did it do that?
>>
No. 643311 ID: c0351d
File 143263613618.png - (15.55KB , 800x600 , 19.png )
643311

>And I suppose you could... Help it up?
I steel myself for losing an arm and reach in to take its hand.
...huh. The skin is very coarse and dry for how tentacly and in a river it is.
>>
No. 643312 ID: c0351d
File 143263631572.png - (41.33KB , 800x600 , 20.png )
643312

It stops hissing the moment I touch it, and follows me as I stumble out of the river.
It's acting really submissive now, head bowed and far fewer teeth then it had before. Its hand and arm have changed a bunch too, feeling and looking way more normal than it did in the water.
I think it's a girl? When someone has been changed this much by a shard it can be hard to tell. but it-she is all kinds of dainty and soft. And light, I guess.

So, where should I take it-her? I could get her a meal at the tavern I work at easy, or maybe the guardsmen have gotten some kind of missing persons report.
I still have that nagging fear that it might be really dangerous, even if it is calm now.
>>
No. 643313 ID: 02d9ae

Take it-her to ye olde makeout pointe
>>
No. 643318 ID: 88960e

So what's this stuff about shards and heros? Sometimes people just change into something really different?

>I could get her a meal at the tavern I work at easy
Food is a pretty universal sign of hospitality.

>I still have that nagging fear that it might be really dangerous
Well, all the more reason to stay on her good side, then.

Besides, if she is dangerous, it's not like you can do much about it. You're not dangerous yourself.
>>
No. 665325 ID: 67d5dc
File 144071796037.png - (120.08KB , 800x600 , 21.png )
665325

>So what's this stuff about shards and heros? Sometimes people just change into something really different?

Something like three generations ago a thing happened. Details are unclear because everyone died and the Teacher was super boring.

Some kind of monster was summoned and ate a third of the world. Oceans drained, the sky burned, the earth shook and collapsed.
>>
No. 665326 ID: 67d5dc
File 144071802070.png - (94.51KB , 800x600 , 22.png )
665326

When the Heroes finally killed the monster it didn't die so much as shatter. Anyone standing close to it caught a bunch of pieces and also turned into monsters.
Then they went on to destroy everything again before they got stopped.
Shards are still floating around, and heroes constantly splash them around. Every so often someone catches one and changes.
>>
No. 665327 ID: 67d5dc
File 144071809190.png - (141.27KB , 800x600 , 23.png )
665327

My grandparents people got it mostly under control. Now people live around the big crater the monster left, with the Heroes held in big prisons out in the wastelands. New villages like ours are starting to move out, but its a huge effort to carve new farmland out of the salt.

I got my first visible shard when I was 9ish. I stopped growing hair and started growing crystals. I also don't need nearly as much water as everyone else.

>Food is a pretty universal sign of hospitality.
"Father! I found a traveler, can I make them something?"
>>
No. 665328 ID: 67d5dc
File 144071825654.png - (139.28KB , 800x600 , 24.png )
665328

...

He isn't here. Weird, considering I've only been out for a few minutes.
I'll start boiling some dollar bread. One handed, since she doesn't seem interested in leaving me alone for even a moment.
>>
No. 665419 ID: 1f4c5c

Maybe she can help?
>>
No. 665457 ID: 57dfcc

>>665419
Might work. Two one hands make two hands.

>I got my first visible shard when I was 9ish.
So wait, does that mean it's sort of normal for people to have shards? Is what sets a hero apart is just they got a ton of them?
>>
No. 678775 ID: 67d5dc
File 144554590243.png - (26.25KB , 800x600 , 25.png )
678775

>She can help? Two one hands make two hands.
It would be more trouble than its worth, I think. stupid bottle
I'm just whining to distract myself. It isn't exactly hard to boil water.

>So wait, does that mean it's sort of normal for people to have shards?
It's not natural maybe? Everyone I've ever met has at least had a visible shard.
I guess that might explain why the Mages picked people out for this village.
Two years ago instead of just sending a Teacher around they went though and picked out people with only a few shards, and had us start a new village.
>>
No. 678776 ID: 67d5dc
File 144554598305.png - (55.58KB , 800x600 , 26.png )
678776

'Made' is probably the wrong word for it. They gave a bunch of gifts to anyone who moved.
Like this Firestone! Just give it a touch, and it lights up in this pretty blue fire that won't burn you!
Way better than trying to dig up old wood.

My family was lucky enough that we all qualified, so Mom and Dad were able to get stuff that worked together well.
We've also got a vase that cleans water. That's most of what I do during the day, just clean water and bottle it.
>>
No. 679295 ID: 12b273

>'Made' is probably the wrong word for it. They gave a bunch of gifts to anyone who moved.
Encouraged with subsidies and/or bribes.

>Mages
>Teacher
The way you capitalize say those makes it seem like they have some special significance. Who or what are they?

>>678776
Your friend has turned away and is hissing(?). And there's a really faint grey static. Either she spies something unpleasant behind you, or she doesn't like magic blue fire.
>>
No. 683228 ID: 3f369d

So, Is there anyone else in town?
[Return] [Entire Thread] [Last 50 posts] [Last 100 posts]

Delete post []
Password  
Report post
Reason