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975314 No. 975314 ID: 5fc3a0

Frillsby and Gallsby are the most real cops on the force, with fully equipped badges.

Or we did have badges, but something's wrong.
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No. 975315 ID: 5fc3a0
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975315

"Gallsby?"
>"Yes?"
"Please answer my question."
>"But you didn't ask anything."
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No. 975316 ID: 5fc3a0
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975316

"You know what my question is."
>"... You gotta ask me first."
"Why is your badg- "
>"Everyone acts weird around me with my badge on! They all act nice and cautious, hiding all their their illegal cocaine, stopping all crime... it's weird, it's bad, and I've had enough."
"It hasn't even been 8 hours since we woke up."
>"And I've already had 7 people throw up their hands at me and joke 'I didn't do it!' or only 6, I don't think Ceo was joking. Anyway I can't do it anymore, being a cop sucks actually."
"How did you even remove the letters from the badge?"
>"The paint just chipped right off."
"And now you have a badge that just has 'Dorb' written on it in sharpie, with a star next to it."
>"That's not all!"
"Please, then, elaborate what else is there."
>"A blank spot where we can write our own word with our own sharpie. We could be anything, Frillsby! We just have to write our dream down. We can even chip off the star and write whole sentences."
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No. 975317 ID: 5fc3a0
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975317

"Writing something doesn't make it real."
>"We became real cops by putting on party city costume badges! If that made us cops - "
"No, no, we're not real cops."
>"What. What was all this for then?"
"I was on the phone with Baxter earlier to help him file a case against Vabrelius. I told him about our badges, about how we were real cops, and he dropped the biggest fact on me. Did you know that cops don't exist? Like, none. It's all fake, Gallsby. Cops aren't real."
>"What! But his badge! He has a badge, it's metal!"
"I know! I told him about that. He says that the realest fake cops smelt and forge their own badges. He was proud of it, Gallsby. Which is fair, it's a really good badge, but it's literally exactly as legit as a party costume."
>"All I'm hearing is that this changes nothing, I erased Police and now I'm going to write a title and it's not going to matter if it's fake anyway. We'll make it real. We're going to make dreams real."
"Let's do it. What's it going to be? Bouncer? Civil Servant?"
>"You really believe that I thought this through, huh?
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No. 975318 ID: 465a14

The consistent themes in your adventures are dicks and the associated activities. Dicksucking Club?
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No. 975323 ID: d5a44e

Pro Skater, of course
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No. 975324 ID: bb78f2

Gallsby, we've been anti-magic social workers this entire time, solving magic and social problems throughout the city.

We're good social worker's Gallsby, the only bad guy we came across we had to like, actually take to a jail was... whenever ago. Jail's are fake though so... I don't know, maybe he's going to a therapist now? We should have asked Baxter on the phone.

Let's go solve some problems.
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No. 975326 ID: 831d71

You guys roam around helping people, taking people's problems and fixing them, tackling people doing bad things and getting them to stop but also helping them. You are friends. Professional friends. Write PRO PALS on your badge. You are the PRO PALS squad, from the PRO PALS department. Anyone need a pal? They come to you. Who knows, perhaps you shall employ more PRO PALS in the future.

Wait, if police are fake, what about the Mayor? Is she a fake mayor?
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No. 975328 ID: 8fab7a

You are now the Dorb OCPS.

Original Character Parn Studs

Oh dammit, you misspelled 'Porn'.

In your acronym.

Actually, since it's an acronym, you can make it into whatever you want. Orgy Crew Partner Solutions. Ogling Cheerleaders Prevention Squad. Overt Classy Pants Seekers.

... it doesn't have to be that acronym. But -a- acronym might be cool?
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No. 975330 ID: c70ff4

the one true answer is CFB for Casual Friendly Blowjobs Cool Funtime bro
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No. 975334 ID: 422cea

Wait if the police are fake, what authority has anyone been operating under this entire time. I don't think I'm ready for the slippery reveal of how this is some anarchic post-apocalyptic world which would honestly explain a lot of things. I'm just here to see some ducks sucked.
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No. 975338 ID: bb78f2

>>975334
I'm very ready for an collectivist-anarchy society thank you very much.

I'm all for it, comrade Gallsby.
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No. 975341 ID: 2e15a9

I really believe I ought to write 'dunce' on your badge, Gallsby. I'm exercising incredible police restraint by not doing it right now in fact.
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No. 975342 ID: a0dfd2

>>975317

"The Law." Yes, with a period at the end.

Or, I dunno, if all you're doing is enforcing safety and protecting the hapless civilians of Dorb, where weird magic shit happens somewhat regularly, guess you're really just "Civil Protection."

Yup. You protect the civilians. Because you're Frillsby and Gallsby, appointed by Mayor.
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No. 975343 ID: 365ffb

Smash Club.

It has multiple meanings.

Alternatively, you could wright fuck the police on it. Dorb City FTP.

No wait. You're The Fuzz.
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No. 975345 ID: bb78f2

Okay after hearing the best suggestion so far and ever I'm going to second Smash Club
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No. 975347 ID: b1b4f3

If cops don't exist, then... anyone can arrest anyone else, and bring them to prison? Then without anyone whose job it is to collect evidence on crimes (that's a thing cops do), it's just what, the accused's word against the accuser?

How about make your job title "Good Boy"
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No. 975354 ID: 19fdd8

Can we fit "Boner Inspector" on that thing?
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No. 975355 ID: f8fa51

You are real police, because that's what you've been doing, semi-professionally. You've been policing the town, with the mostly-consent of the populace and the mayor. That makes you police.
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No. 975356 ID: f8fa51

>>975343
I'm going to have to vote for The Fuzz.
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No. 975364 ID: e77a36

Yes, The Fuzz is good.
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No. 975395 ID: 86eb65

SLUTS.
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No. 975403 ID: 422cea

I like the Fuzz.

Put F.U.Z.Z. on the badge, it stands for absolutely nothing.
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No. 975483 ID: 5fc3a0
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975483

"Pro pals. Smash club."
>"Oh that's good. What about 'the fuzz'? Wait. F.U.Z.Z. It stands for Fuzz."
"There has to be a cooler acronym. Something like OCPS."
>"What's that stand for?"
"Uh... Overt Classy... Pants... Seekers."
>"Frillsby you've never sought out pants in your life!"
"Ogling Cheerleaders Prevention Squad."
>"Prevention?"
"Fine, we'll do something like Dorb City Smash Club."
>"OCPS stands for Dorb City Smash Club?"
"No! And what's the point of erasing Police if we replace it with police slang?"
>"We gotta have an acronym. We just gotta. They're cool and we can't show our faces around town if no one thinks we're cool."
"We can and I'm sure we will."
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No. 975484 ID: 5fc3a0
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975484

I grab a sharpie out of the depths of our utility drawer and get working.

"There's no law stating we must be cool."
>"But there's a fake law for it."
"There isn't."
>"I just made it up."
"Smash Club. CFB Division."
>"Ohh okay I can get behind that. And I will because it's a badge. Now it's time for the real questions, if we're real fake cops, who's authority are we under? I mean, if it gets out that all cops are fake, anyone could arrest anyone! Can you imagine if we were chasing Vabrelius and we were all 'you're under arrest!' but then he slapped us with a 'no you are'. What would we do? We'd be in jail that's what."
"We've got the authority because Mayor told us we could."
>"Well who made her mayor? What if I wanted to be Mayor? Or CEO! Who's stopping me?!"
"Civil responsibility, for starters. Uh... your impeccable sense of morality and respect? You know what, that's a good question. I'm going to ask Mayor some questions about these existential revelations."
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No. 975485 ID: 5fc3a0
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975485

I call the mayor's mansion, if just so she can extend her authority to the newfound Smash Club.

ring
ring

>"Get it Frillsby?" asks Gallsby. "I'm getting behind the badge." ring "Because badges go in the front." ring "And I'm behind it." ring "So I'm getting " ring "behind the" ring "badge."
"Gallsby I'm on the phone right now." ring
>"No, the phone's on you."

ring
ring

I don't think the Mayor is picking up. She must be back on her 23/7 sleep cycle.
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No. 975486 ID: 465a14

go inside her mansion then call her again
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No. 975487 ID: 86eb65

Don't you live in a post apocolyptic crazy land?

Anyways go check with the mayor. She probably got voted in or something and thus is a proper official maybe.

As for you two you are as official as you are going to get. Wear your totally real badges with pride. You can get some fancier ones made later if you want.
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No. 975488 ID: 1ed92d

Point out that Mayor is probably Mayor because literally no one else wants the job after the War destroyed all forms of centralized governance.
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No. 975497 ID: b1b4f3

Hmm or maybe it's that anyone can arrest anyone but you still need evidence for any chance of conviction, and there's procedures for collecting evidence so not everyone can be *effective* at law enforcement.

May as well pay the Mayor a visit.
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No. 975502 ID: bb78f2

>>975485
Zoom out the camera, reveal the metaphorical badge he's talking about is someone with a Zoro mask and we had this conversation in the middle of a shirts and/or masks only, month early Halloween party.
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No. 975508 ID: 365ffb

The mayor is the mayor by default and by postapocalyptic meritocratic evaluation. If she's doing the job and she's literally named Mayor and she lives in the mayor's house you're going to have a hard time convincing anyone she isn't the mayor. So she's mayor by general consensus and by the fact that nobody can be any amount of assed to try to change the situation, which is significant because you really do need a lot of ass to change things.
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No. 975510 ID: 831d71

Or maybe she's been mayornapped!!
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No. 975539 ID: 70d854

She's not picking up, which means she's either sleeping or kidnapped. One of these is a problem; you two'd better head over there. Good opportunity to show off your "new" badges.
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No. 975558 ID: 8fab7a

There's one last way to solve an existential crisis.

Get donuts.
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No. 975569 ID: f3f534

>>975508
>you really do need a lot of ass to change things.
You're right! We need to find someone with a really big fat ass to make some changes around here! Let's start looking for that person!
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No. 975747 ID: 15a025

Better check to make sure the mayor hasn't been mayor napped!
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No. 976623 ID: 5fc3a0
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976623

"The phone on me isn't getting picked up. Mayor might be asleep."

"Or she's been mayornapped."
>"So either she's asleep or she's napping?"
"Napping while captured!"
>"Hold on a second do you think people are kidnapped every time they break line of sight with you?"
"It's a real problem, and it doesn't help that I might be right. Let's go."

We drive to Mayor's mansion.
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No. 976624 ID: 5fc3a0
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976624

"Alright, let me try calling again."

ring
> ring

"Oh it's the town hall's phone I've been calling." I say to myself since Gallsby's wandering down the hall.

ring
> ring

"I thought I was calling her cell phone. Oops."

ring
> ring

>"Oops!"

ring
> ring

>"Hey Mayor's door is wide open over here!"
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No. 976625 ID: 5fc3a0
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976625

>"I can't believe mayor's ascended beyond her bed."
"I can, because if she didn't, she'd be here."
>"So you were calling the desk? I can't believe she doesn't have a cell phone."
"She has one. It's right there, on the bed."
>
>
>
>"... yeah so she clearly doesn't have it!"
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No. 976626 ID: 465a14

Unplugged the alarm clock, too. Either Mayor started sleepwalking to avoid alarms or Ceo or someone who knows her equally well dragged her off somewhere. It's probably fine, wacky hijinks being conducted with no thought regarding legality.
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No. 976627 ID: 14c138

It won't hurt to investigate a little bit more.
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No. 976628 ID: b1b4f3

>>976625
Look out the window.
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No. 976629 ID: ffa653

Maybe she's just wandered a bit in her sleep, or retreated to somewhere extra-secure against being woken up. Look under the bed and in the closet and things like that.

Were those hanging stars always there? That sounds to me like something Ceo would have done while Mayor was asleep as a joke. The fact that there are things on the bed is strange, though. Why unplug the clock AND move it onto the bed? Hm. And the door was wide open, you say? But if she'd left she'd have locked the place up. Very strange! This could be a crime scene after all! Time to hunt for clues.

With delicacy. This is a lady's boudoir, you know.
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No. 976638 ID: 214cda

She could just be in the shower.
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No. 976640 ID: 8fab7a

>>976628
And under the bed, let's be fair.
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No. 976693 ID: f8fa51

Check the window for signs of a break-in, in defiance of the obvious fact that anyone could have walked in the front door.
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No. 976694 ID: 1ed92d

>>976625
Check under the bed, and search the graveyard next.
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No. 976766 ID: 15a025

Check the grave yard to make sure she wasn't ghostnapped.
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No. 978799 ID: 5fc3a0
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978799

"If there was a mayornapping here, it was done clean and without a fight. No broken anything, no glow in the dark space objects yanked off the ceiling, pretty sure all these were here when we were last in Mayor's room. She did leave her room wide open, and that doesn't seem right."
>"She could've just forgot. I forget things all the time and I'm not as tired as she is."
"Yeah true but let's walk around the house a bit and see what we can find."

Not under her bed, in the shower, all windows are shut, no signs of activity in any rooms on the first or second floor at a quick peek inside each. It looks like Ceo might've moved in here, but she's not here now.
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No. 978800 ID: 5fc3a0
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978800

I finish by looking over the graveyard.

>"Hey Frillsby, is the mayor out there?"
"Nope."
>"Good!"
"'Good?'"
>"Good that she's not buried in the graveyard!"
"No one said anything about being buried."
>"Good! Yeah! Hold on what're you standing in front of?"
"You mean... grass?"
>"The flat grass!"
"What the hell are y - oh footprints I see. They're too big to be Mayor's. I think? Maybe? Wait, Gallsby, how big were Mayor's feet?"
>"How would I know why're you asking me that?!"
"You might know I don't know!"
>"What a wild thing to ask!"
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No. 978801 ID: 465a14

>>978800
next priority discover mystery eye thief who victimized the good ol falcine radium Gallsb

or call Ceo to ask about Mayor feet
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No. 978802 ID: 465a14

>>978801
wait fuck Gallsby looks weird and he doesn't know things you'd reasonably expect anyone to know this is a shrek you've been attacked by a shrek again quick ask him how big villi's dick is
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No. 978803 ID: 1a8428

Are those footprints going out into the graveyard, or in towards some external basement door or something?... Is there a basement? Did you look in it? Is there a room up behind the clock, or an attic?

Those are odd shaped footprints. Like someone walked sideways towards/away from the house?
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No. 978804 ID: b1b4f3

Alright get Gallsby down here and you both follow the footprints.
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No. 978805 ID: 83ea8d

I... actually don't remember about Mayor's feet. We can't rule out if these are hers or someone else's.
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No. 978827 ID: b970b2

Once you've finished at Mayor's house it's probably worth following them regardless, who knows where they might lead?
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No. 978936 ID: 4d6de9

The mayor's feet are pretty normal/smallish-sized: >>/questarch/904548
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No. 979094 ID: 5b0071

>>978800
Try contacting CEO, maybe she dragged Mayor into something or at least knows what's up
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No. 979458 ID: 15a025

Probably best to call up CEO and ask if she knows what's up? Or let her know the Mayor's missing now.
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No. 979882 ID: 5fc3a0
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979882

I look at the footprints but no latent tracking talent gets awakened in me. It's like a semi-circle. No, semi-circle. Hooves? Hooves if there were no split toe. Hooves with shoes. Or just big shoes in that shape. I could try calling Ceo to ask if Mayor had any giant hooved feet all this time and I never noticed, but I'll follow these tracks while I think of how I could possibly phrase that question to Ceo without imploding.

"Wait a minute, the Gallsby I know doesn't know anything, and here you spotted tracks outta nowhere. Are you another layered ogre? Prove you're the real Gallsby, and tell me how big Villi's dick is."
>"I dunno Frillsby because I'm the real Gallsby and apparently the real Gallsby doesn't know anything so how would I know his dick is this long?!"
"Whatever, get down here so we can follow these tracks. They look like they're going away from the graveyard."

Gallsby leaps off the balcony, and gracefully somersaults onto the ground like a clump of seaweed.

"Why have you done this."
>"It was faster. Here's Villi's dick."

He draws a dick on the ground with his claw. It's a crude representation, but I could believe that's about the right size.
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No. 979883 ID: 5fc3a0
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979883

We follow the tracks beyond the trees, and I call Ceo on the way.

>"Leave a message!"
"Have you seen Mayor? If so call me back."


The tracks continue on for awhile before stopping at the edge of a back road. We look around, but they don't pick up on the other side.

"Well I'm stumped. What're you doing over there?"
>"Sniffing to detect lingering smells."
"What do you smell?"
>"Dirt."
"Oh. Then - oh, I just remembered. Mayor's feet. They're a little small, but still pretty normal."
>"Okay that's a really weird fact to know, Frillsby, I'm not sure I needed to know that!"
"Yet now you have to carry the weight of this pretty normal knowledge forever."

We either keep looking, or just wait for Ceo to respond.
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No. 979884 ID: 465a14

Either search Mayor's house for secret places she could be hiding in or... the only thing I can think of that would entice Mayor would be those gas station energy drinks you guys found before. Go to the gas station and see if Mayor is craving that Intellifuck.
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No. 979886 ID: b1b4f3

>>979883
So, I guess Mayor got taken into a vehicle. Check to see where this road goes. The car could have gone either direction, after all... but you may be able to tell by the tracks if the car was on this side of the road or not. If it was on this side then you can follow it as if it was driving on this side, so to your right.
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No. 979891 ID: 77cba3

It is almost halloween. Maybe the Mayor turns into a giant monster once a year.

Keep looking while waiting for CEO. Check for tracks and direction of said tracks. Then figure out where this road goes.
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No. 979921 ID: a0dfd2

>>979891

Or maybe a more regular-sized person who just isn't tired all the time?

That'd be really spooky, honestly.


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