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1082765 No. 1082765 ID: dc13c4

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No. 1086344 ID: 1f54df

Whatever we get, make sure we get armor for Bobbie. She needs it since she cant really attack.
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No. 1086360 ID: 3be84a
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1086360

Choose which one of the materials is the most interesting to you.
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No. 1086371 ID: 24ea9e

Depends. Will we get the stuff pre-battle or post-battle? Pre-battle iron's most useful. Post-battle bronze for tools. Oh, do you have small sizes of the exotics? Just so our smiths can gain experience. Glass Shroud... would armor made of this hide the user or is it "Emperor's New Clothes?" While cursed stone seems edge-case only one of those edge cases would be duplicating what the thief plans to steal...
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No. 1086372 ID: 5ebd37

A sampling of the soul and glass metal would be nice, maybe the curse as well. These materials seem like they would be helpful for trickery.

As for the main shipment, iron or bronze, does it matter? We aren't going to survive a straight up fight with the bulls, so the effectiveness of our weapons seems of less importance. Maybe, plating iron weapons in bronze to appear worse armed than we are?
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No. 1086377 ID: 27fceb

Soul stone sounds like the most promising material. As for the 20 sworde side job, is it time sensitive?
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No. 1086391 ID: 7c55ad

I say main shipment be iron for making armor for Bobbie. also considering that steel silk don't know much about anything except iron, bronze, or silver.

We should consider having steel silk take lessons on making the other things. ask if anyone knows anyone that knows anything about smithing any other materials for steel silk to learn from.
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No. 1086523 ID: 4d483c
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1086523

Possible answers to the question that was asked for the first question:

A) Order 26 Iron Ores.

B) Order 8 Iron Ores and 8 Bronzen Ores.

C) Order 1 Soul Stone, 1 Cursed Stone, 1 Glass Shroud, 2 Iron Ores, and 2 Bronze Ores

D) Other suggestions.


Possible answers to the question that was asked for the second question:

A) Create 20 swords.

B) Create armor, crossbows, arrows, and maces.

C) Make half of the first thing and half of the second one.

D) Other suggestions.
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No. 1086532 ID: 7c55ad

I'm thinking B and B.

Iron good for durability, bronze good for if Iron is too heavy for some of our goblins.

Iron armor for Bobbie however.
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No. 1086533 ID: 7c55ad

On second thought, since we are seeing the head splitters, they probably are already going to give us ample protection if we manage to form relations with them. Also, consider that Wormworks can probably even sell some of those iron swords to the head splittes as a sign of good will, and for the moneys.

I'll switch my vote to A and A.
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No. 1086537 ID: 4d483c

>>1086523

I just have to post a little correction in the first answers to the Iron Ores the amount that you will get will be 16 instead of 26.
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No. 1086538 ID: 7c55ad

still going with my vote
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No. 1086541 ID: 5ebd37

A & A) lets get some revenue
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No. 1086581 ID: 27fceb

A and A. Let's become the Queen of Iron and the Queen of Trading, but more importantly let's get that money.
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No. 1086634 ID: adac09

Huh? He said it was iron and silver before... but it's iron and bronze? Well regardless. Sort of figured we'd get more bronze because he said bronze was less heavy than iron is. Just iron is fine if it's all equal. Will we get delivery 2 before Dredge arrives? Sure we do desire trade but money is useless if we get wiped. Perhaps if it was assured we'd get aid or could hire mercs then it would be safe. We don't though. So we should arm up if delivery 2 will be too late. For the future, glass shroud would be very good for our scouts. We messed up a camp with just stealth. With invisibility we could do severe damage. Hostile morale would drop hard if whoever is asleep suddenly dies without a trace.
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No. 1086665 ID: 42e55e
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1086665

Possible answers to the question that was asked:

A) Can you ask him to pay us a visit?

B) Tell him that we will pay him a visit.

C) We are not interested in whatever he is offering.

D) Other suggestions.
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No. 1086667 ID: 7c55ad

A. As Bobbie said, we are pretty busy, so going out to visit would take more time out of our day, and will be better protected in our walls instead of going out and risking an assassination attempt if we go out in public. (at least, not until we are better equipped)

Still want to see what he's offering, if the pig is dedicated enough to come visit that is.
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No. 1086671 ID: 7c55ad

>>1086667
Also another reason why, we have absolutely no idea where he is, since we can't really contact him and ask for his location, now can we?
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No. 1086699 ID: 5ebd37

A) we don't even have a "sell fone" so he'll have to come to us.
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No. 1086725 ID: aa625a

Doubt he can deliver through a siege but if he can we've got food to withstand a conventional siege. Well, while we can pay up. Otherwise perhaps this buhr-gar-vay-nee-uh has preserved foods. Which would be of use during a siege. Odd title, must be run by burghers...
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No. 1086746 ID: 27fceb

Do we really want to deal with a fast food manufacturer. Best case scenario we get the food that is going to make us want it more, worst case scenario it slowly kills us. I vote on passing this offer.
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No. 1086861 ID: 27fceb

C
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No. 1086866 ID: 16a1a9
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1086866

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No. 1086868 ID: 7c55ad

Tell the truth, Bobbie, and tell him if he's that worried about it, he should do something about his flaws. Put some effort into it.
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No. 1086881 ID: 27fceb

The truth will set you free, so go with that
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No. 1086882 ID: 8b1e35

Eh, just slap on a little manly cologne.
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No. 1086883 ID: 5ebd37

You are a rotten apple, what else would you smell like?
You could try flavoring covering yourself with some spices, that would smell nice. A little cinnamon, maybe some nutmeg, or cloves. mmm
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No. 1086949 ID: be36f9
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1086949

It is up to you to choose another test for loyalty, or if you are ok with this one being the test.
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No. 1086952 ID: 1ca945

Little elaborate but here's one. Get a satchel. Put hidden air holes in the satchel. Put a spy rat with food and water inside. He is to take the satchel and go to Dredge. He will say that he was cursed to carry the satchel as a reminder for life that he crossed us. Should it ever be damaged, opened, or be removed he will die slowly with pain that will slowly escalate. Lies of course and he will be aware they are lies. His job is to be sure the rat stays alive. He will regularly see if the rat is alive by placing a finger on a hidden air hole and saying a codeword. Should the rat lick he's fine. Should the rat die or the satchel be damaged he is to head to HQ ASAP. Should he be captured he's to act as if he believed the curse was real but now he's aware it's lies his loyalty is to dredge - once freed he's to head to HQ ASAP. When he is in private he is to whisper details of the camp to the satchel's holes. Whole idea is that regardless of if the rat lives or dies he's putting his life on the line for us. Even if we fail, we still test how loyal he is because he's putting his life on the line by spying. Favorite plans are ones where you win even if you lose. Still, we'll attempt to verify what we learn just as insurance.
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No. 1086956 ID: 78c96e

Oh addendum to the above. He's to say he believes that if Bobbie dies the curse dies with her so he'd like to help however he can without potentially damaging the satchel. Stuff like cleaning armor or accounting for supplies.
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No. 1086968 ID: 5ebd37

>>1086952
That seems rather elaborate, and would Dredge even take back a soldier he thinks deserted?

How about this? Archer has to make his case in front of the entire castle, and he has to give a little speech on why Bobbie and Abdle are great and worth following.

Unless... if we could convince him that we have a potion or something that will turn him into a goblin. If he would willingly use it that would show he is committed enough to trust.
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No. 1087003 ID: 27fceb

Go with your original idea but at the end tell him the truth. In that way both of you are at the same level, he was willing to risk his life to be part of this and you will return the favor.
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No. 1087074 ID: 7c55ad

Maybe we can test his loyalty by sending him on some kind of quest? probably nothing related to dredge, but difficult enough to see if he will really be loyal enough to go on the quest and help us. We can probably send a spy to see if he does the quest and not do anything suspicious.
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No. 1087099 ID: b68645
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1087099

Possible answers to the question that was asked:

A) What do we know about him?

B) Make sure that he knows the pecking order.

C) Ask him if he knows knows what we are capable of.

D) Other suggestions.
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No. 1087153 ID: 5ebd37

hey, no torturing. She's supposed to be in time out.

This guy seems alright so far. Hopefully we won't need his work very often. Brief introductions, then we've got to get on with things.
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No. 1087183 ID: 27fceb

Soooooooooo what do we know about him, can he introduce himself?
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No. 1087256 ID: a4f7ed

Has this guy been vetted?
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No. 1087262 ID: 7c55ad

Well, we do know that he tried to arrow us earlier, whether out of nervousness or hated our guts or both. I think B to establish where he stands is in order.

after all, if he was willing to arrow us without ramming rage's permission, he might not follow directions again if he works for us. We need to make sure he will follow directions to a T and make sure he doesn't step out of line thinking he knows whats best like he did with Ramming Rage.
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No. 1087302 ID: 2c00c3
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1087302

Possible answers to the question that was asked:

A) Play it off as a joke.

B) Take it completely seriously.

C) Answer the question.

D) Other suggestions.
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No. 1087307 ID: 7c55ad

oh whoops, i thought we were talking about the archer in my previous suggestion.

C. I trust Gram. Give him a chance and just answer the question
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No. 1087308 ID: 7b156c

Also, ask what kind of person or creature could actually survive without a head, cause im genuinely curious since hes asking that
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No. 1087310 ID: 7a9f30

B) "no, can you? Kneel before us and let's find out."
It would be funny to let Bobbie 'chop' his head off, since it would look completely convincing until her curse took effect.
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No. 1087314 ID: f8cffa

Our wits are too valuable to lose.
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No. 1087368 ID: 27fceb

He is obviously joking
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No. 1087460 ID: 55c31f
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1087460

Possible answers to the question that was asked:

A) I trust him.

B) I don't trust him.

C) I don't know how to feel about him.

D) Other suggestions.
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No. 1087465 ID: 7e654e

Would trust but verify. Full disclosure, he's looking for camaraderie. We're not the ones to convince. He's unpopular with our people because of what he did. He may not find camaraderie here. Should he be unwilling to deal with that he may leave. We won't keep him against his will.
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No. 1087467 ID: 5ebd37

C) he seems okay, but he's in a vulnerable position. What's stopping him from abandoning us as soon as an opportunity pops up elsewhere? We can offer him much, but its among those society rejects; monsters.
Is he here because he wants to be, or because he feels he has nowhere else to go?
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No. 1087497 ID: 27fceb

Why don't we put him up to though those tests that we originally planned and judge the strength of his character.
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No. 1087603 ID: fbe348
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1087603

Possible answers to the question that was asked:

A) Eat a pizza.

B) Go to the gym.

C) https://questden.org/kusaba/questdis/res/140583.html#141966

D) Other suggestions.
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No. 1087796 ID: 7c55ad

I will say I trust his reason for joining us, but I dont trust that he will follow our directions too well, considering he fired that arrow without ramming rage's permission during that confrontation. He needs to know that if he does something like that with us, there will be consequences, whether from us, or from his own actions failing a mission

In other words, he cant let his own feelings dictate what his actions should be, there are reasons why he is ordered to do or not do things even if he might not like it. He can however give his thoughts on why he might think something is a bad idea beforehand for us to consider, just not act out on them on his own.
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No. 1087827 ID: 47c854

>>1087796

Well *technically* he disobeyed orders because he knew rage was disobeying orders. He was obeying dredge's orders. Who has greater authority than rage.
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No. 1087891 ID: b6b00c
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1087891

Possible answers to the question that was asked:

A) Push him towards joining our group.

B) Push him away from joining our group.

C) Say nothing.

D) Other suggestions.
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No. 1087894 ID: 1758e4

A) just a little nudge. Turn to Grimlith and very audibly tell him to prepare a travel pack of rations, subtly but clearly indicating that if archer's got nowhere to go, then that's where he's going if he doesn't do this.
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No. 1087923 ID: 47c854

We will accept your decision regardless. We'd be happy to have you but there is a village close to this castle. Hide your ties to rage and you could start over and hunt animals for a living. Or you could wait before deciding since you can always return here. Forget everybody else. Even ourselves. Just decide the future you would prefer to have. (He has to decide for himself or his loyalty will be unassured, he has to feel like he he has a choice. Without that his loyalty will only be out of necessity which may go away once the necessity is gone.)
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No. 1087924 ID: 535132

C. In the end, it is his decision. If hes going to have regrets either way, it will be because of his own choice, not because of us manipulating him to one side
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No. 1087925 ID: 27fceb

If he is this conflicted about the decision it shows that he is still not willing to give a sacrifice to the case. Which will only make him a liability in the long run.
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No. 1088082 ID: 9c049c
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1088082

Possible answers to the question that was asked:

A) Tell him that he won't turn.

B) Tell him that you can make him turn at any moment.

C) Do the needle in the heart test.

D) Other suggestions.
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No. 1088085 ID: 7c55ad

A. I think doing anything else would be overdoing it. This was already a pretty big decision he took, and I don't think we should emotionally distress him any further with more tests.

First, Simply congratulate him on passing the initiation, and assure him he won't transform. Apologize for putting him through this as you wanted to perform test of loyalty to see how high he is willing to jump when asked and how serious he was about joining, and he passed with flying colors... of course if he wanted to transform, we can probably find some ways to arrange that.

Also, if we have the means to do so, tell him we shall have a feast tonight to celebrate his initiation.
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No. 1088100 ID: eab3f4

Polt has it covered. He was never going to. We just needed proof he was willing to. So congratulations, we are honored by the dedication he has.
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No. 1088101 ID: 5ebd37

A) Congratulate him on his resolve. Explain that this initiation was in part to show him the sort of trickery we need to use to survive.

>>1088085
A feast... hey wasn't that troupe of weirdos supposed to put on a performance? Could make it a real party.
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No. 1088156 ID: 27fceb

I vote for doing the needle in the heart test. He might be willing to put his reputation on the line, and now we need to see if he will put his life as well. This will prove that he will stick with us even when we start to lose.
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No. 1088246 ID: 9c049c
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1088246

Possible answers to the question that was asked:

A) After the needle in the heart test is over tell him the truth about the test.

B) After the needle in the heart test is over don't tell him the truth about the test.

C) Do not do the test.

D) Other suggestions.
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No. 1088259 ID: 7c55ad

hehehe, sorry, but I just had to laugh like Abdle did. Don't worry, we'll help you out of this Bobbie.

D. Your time to shine, Abdle. Grab the needle from Bobbie, and make your disagreements on this test known. Just like how Bobbie is running things, and keeping you in line, you have to do that too, but with Bobbie. You both need each other to call out on each other's shit so you guys can be the best rulers you can be.
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No. 1088303 ID: 5ebd37

Ah ha ha ha ha! Ooh Gramleza's going to be so upset that she missed that.

>>1088259
Put your fo- ro- uh, tentacle down. Bobbie's going a little too far here, no need to torture the lad. Also don't give away that what happened to Rage was just a trick.
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No. 1088377 ID: 27fceb

I am reconsidering my previous suggestion, no need for this keep going forward. Stop the needle in the heart test, he is loyal or in love with us.
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No. 1088384 ID: e69e37

Pretty big stones on this dude. Still, wouldn't be a good test as-is. He believes Bobbie is powerful. Will he stay loyal once he sees it's a lie? Hard to say but how do you test that without revealing the unintended lie?
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No. 1088435 ID: 8e7b4c
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1088435

Possible answers to the question that was asked:

A) She needs to be taught a lesson.

B) Let it slide but warn her that we all need to work as a team.

C) Don't even bring it up.

D) Other suggestions.
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No. 1088441 ID: c260b4

She's basically doing what gram did, forcing a decision in defiance of team decisions. We gotta talk this out or there is no team and if that's the case we may as well leave.
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No. 1088442 ID: 27fceb

>>1088441

I agree with you a line needs to be drawn in the sand and she needs to learn that we all have to work as one. We are not her enemy we all work on helping her and if she can't see that then there is no real point in us being here.
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No. 1088464 ID: 7c55ad

Yeah, we'll need to have a talk with her and see why she did what she did despite us being against it, and nip the problem in the bud before it gets worse. Perhaps she is scared of him, or has trust issues, might have had a power trip moment, or maybe there's something about us that she was disgusted with. Whatever the case, we need to know the reasoning, and see what can be done. maybe get Abdle's sister involved if needed.
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No. 1088497 ID: 5ebd37

She's going to regret leading that poor boy on, especially when a certain someone, currently in the dungeon, hears about it.

But can't have a argument in front of your adoring subjects. Save it for later, in private.
Bobbie is queen, she doesn't need to listen to us. She should listen to Abdle though.

Hey, hey Abdle. Is the blood rushing to your head, all upside down like that?
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No. 1088535 ID: 13fdbb
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1088535

Possible answers to the question that was asked:

A) Let her off with a warning.

B) Make her stay in the cell for a little bit longer.

C) Punish her.

D) Other suggestions.
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No. 1088536 ID: 6b0eab

Drop the subject please, Abdle. That was then, and we will talk about that later privately. Lets be professional and focus on the task at hand for now.

What I want to do is have Clara decide what Gram's punishment should be as an eye for an eye kind of thing when she wakes up. But since she is unconscious at the moment, we are going to give Gram a chance to apologize to Clara by letting her write a formal apology letter to Clara in prison until Clara wakes up, if she so wishes to apologize and is serious about it. She should know that since Clara is going to be administrating the punishment, Gram should make sure her letter of apology is serious and sincere enough if she decides to write one, because who knows how severe Clara's punishment to Gram could be. This could help teach Gram consequences for her actions and teach her manners.
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No. 1088549 ID: 5ebd37

Calm Abdle, don't be like Gramleza.

>>1088536
That punishment sounds fair, if she can grow from this experience then all is well.
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No. 1088550 ID: 47c854

Seems she still fails to see the severity of this. She still put Clara's life on the line. Her words indicate intent even if she failed to see death as a potential consequence. We expect better from our subjects and even more from our council. Her defense is shrugging it off with "Well she didn't die." She has clearly learned nothing. She's fortunate we need her set of skills while Dredge is an issue. So what if we base her punishment on how well she meets expectations? She will have to write dull boring logs of her missions. Further poor behavior or poor performance will increase severity while meeting or exceeding expectations will decrease. She does exceedingly well she is only suspended from the council. She does exceedingly poorly she dies. Or worse as there are worse fates. She has one chance here to learn what is expected. Don't fail.
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No. 1088551 ID: 55d524

>>1088536

I agree with this punishment as well.
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No. 1088659 ID: f393b8
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1088659

Possible answers to the question that was asked:

A) Vote for the punishment.

B) Vote against the punishment.

C) The Executioner's vote counts.

D) Other suggestions.
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No. 1088660 ID: c344a2

Why are you asking us? Our votes have no sway here. Go ahead, do what's expected, veto the whole vote.
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No. 1088665 ID: 5ebd37

I don't know, why are you fighting like this? I thought you liked each other
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No. 1088677 ID: 7e4e06

Arguments happen, even among friends.

D. Before we vote, I want to hear Bobbie's reason for doing the needle test despite the majority being against it, and why she feel she needed to do it. Basically, I want to get an understanding of each other to better communicate appropriately early on before the arguments tear our team apart later on. Ive been through that before, and I dont want that to happen here again. Is everything alright Bobbie?

My reasoning for not using the needle test was that things can be very bad if the archer figures out it was all a lie, and we lead him on keeping him under our thumb with a lie. Everything about our relationship with him is built on a bridge of lies, which path could turn into a tightrope if he starts investigating or asking questions. We'll have to tread carefully with how we interact with him and our actions around him now.
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No. 1088681 ID: 27fceb

>>1088677

I agree with this suggestion.
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No. 1088761 ID: 11d55a
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1088761

Possible answers to the question that was asked:

A) The punishment is not necessary, we can skip it.

B) Continue with the voting.

C) Other suggestions.
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No. 1088765 ID: 7c55ad

B. And I vote punishment.

Sorry Bobbie, but, you have to remember that we have a village of humans nearby our castle, and one of them even gave us a gift of apples. If you start showing a bias against humans and treat them unfairly against other species, they could start a protest, or worse revolt. We will go with your plan, but I highly recommend you treat the archer just as equal as your other allies that follow you from this point on.

And yeah, we love you Bobbie, but this punishment has to happen because we don't want this team to end up like what happened to Ramming Rage and his allies. Like Abdle said, if we are going to deal with a life or death situations, we can't have anyone going off to do what they feel like doing. That doesn't just go for Bobbie, but it goes for Abdle, and all of our followers as well.
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No. 1088809 ID: 5ebd37

A) This isn't how adults should deal with their interpersonal problems. If you two can't talk this out, then maybe your partnership just isn't working. And hitting each other when you don't like what the other did won't fix that.

This castle could really use a therapist on staff.
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No. 1088818 ID: 27fceb

My vote is for the vote of the executioner to count, as for my vote it is that the Queen needs to be punished.
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No. 1089020 ID: bdef32

Well time to deal with this tie, by rolling the dice. Every even number on the dice is going to be for the punishment to be ignored, every odd number is going to be for the punishment to happen.
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No. 1089021 ID: bdef32

rolled 3 = 3

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No. 1089063 ID: 14ce63

>>1088765
This.
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No. 1089180 ID: d2faab
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1089180

Possible answers to the question that was asked:

A) If we are going to start with the partnership I expect to get paid for working with your master.

B) You seem familiar, have we met somewhere previously?

C) Check back on Bobbie and see how she is doing.

D) Other suggestions.
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No. 1089183 ID: 7c55ad

D. I'm all for letting them start business as long as we get compensated in some way (TAXES BAYBEE!), but I think we should first ask questions before we make our decision. Like, does he has a way to sustain himself so he doesn't bite the other villagers for their blood without their consent? Would he be willing to pretend he isn't a vampire if being a vampire is a problem with the chief? are his employees vampires too? what is he and Maya Din's professional relationship, like how did they meet and what does she do? Stuff like that.

But starting a food industry here could help this world progress

(not B. I do NOT want her being suspicious of me and us. Sorry, I'm no longer the Peregrine she wants me to be.
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No. 1089184 ID: 7c55ad

>>1089183
Thinking it through, if humans don't like buying from monsters, they simply need to hire humans and non-monster employees to cook and sell the food. Humans will buy from other humans. Simple.
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No. 1089188 ID: 27fceb

How is Bobbie dealing with her current punishment?
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No. 1089194 ID: 31da67

So they don't have any other locations, this would be the first? Without being able to observe one of their operations we can't make any promises. Perhaps they could be afforded a trial run, under intense scrutiny.
We'll bring it up the next time we meet the village elder and get back to you.
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No. 1089208 ID: e415be

Well no promises but economic growth is usually good. Just remember we are not the law in that place. For now. Follow their rules. Oh it may help if you provide gifts *cough*bribes*cough* to the village chief. Should you be willing we'll have improved odds. Still no promises though.
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No. 1089211 ID: e8342f

One final idea, they could cook a meal for the chief later on to help convince him later after we talk to him and hes on the fense about it.
But yeah, we'll talk to then, but no promises.

Important for us to talk to bobbie and see her thoughts about it and speaking to the chief about it too
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No. 1089318 ID: 41733f
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1089318

Possible answers to the question that was asked are all up to your imagination. So good luck, but nothing will be lost if you answer the question wrong, this is all just for fun.
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No. 1089321 ID: 7c55ad

The armor is her body is my guess.

I guess one more question before she leaves, are there any interdimensional beings or travelers out there that we should be wary of or not trust?
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No. 1089322 ID: d42da9

Are you a rotting corpse, only kept alive by your armor?
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No. 1089340 ID: 7c55ad

If her armor is not her body, then I bet she is green
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No. 1089343 ID: dcf4fb

Dislike speculating though playing detective is useful. Sharp wits are key in warfare to figuring out the opponent's moves. So since it's no stakes let's puzzle this. From what is stated she specifically says the armor gives her body shape. From which it can be inferred she would have no shape sans armor or similar items. While she may *be* the armor itself, she may also be without form if she had none. So, 3 likely possibilities. 1, she's the armor itself given life, 2 she's a slime or ooze, 3 she is a spirit that has possessed it to give herself shape.
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No. 1089355 ID: 27fceb

You are a mimic that is disguised as a suit of armor. If we are allowed to ask questions ask about the world where her boss came from.
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