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85235 No. 85235 ID: abb30a

Huh. What's this thing?
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No. 85237 ID: d6a141

It's a rock, duh.
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No. 85238 ID: bf5679

A delicious candy. You must eat it.
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No. 85241 ID: f21281

It's a THERMAL DETONATOR OH FUCK YOU'RE SCREWED.
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No. 85242 ID: 079639

We could ask the same thing about you
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No. 85244 ID: 632862

Oh my word you look adorable. What's your name?
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No. 85245 ID: f44349

BOO!!!
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No. 85249 ID: f98e0b

It's a bug
eat it
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No. 85250 ID: d6a141

Okay, so it's a little bit more than just a rock.

Might wanna hang on to it.
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No. 85251 ID: 317686

Something to preform science upon.
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No. 85252 ID: 43d730

We'd better get this out of the way... Do you have any significant others, siblings or clothing of/for the opposite gender, a propensity for nosebleeds, or a preponderance towards herbivorous bunny girls?
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No. 85253 ID: 426169

We're the very latest in marital aids. We'll get anyone hooked up with anyone. Name the person/animal/plant/object of your desire.
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No. 85254 ID: abb30a
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85254

>>85237
>>85238
>>85241
>>85245
>>85249
Okay, voices, in my head. That's cool. Little weird though. Hello, confused voices.

>>85242
I'm a Silirw Cyral! Can you see?

>>85244
Is that good? I don't know anything about the culture of... rock candy thermal detonator bugs.
Give me something to call you by, seriously.

[[Author's Note: Updates will likely be infrequent... Just so you know :( ]]
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No. 85255 ID: 119b5c

>>85254
Hmm. Just call us...Uh...Voices?
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No. 85257 ID: abb30a

[[oops forgot to say this. I will get used to this business eventually~]]
>>85244
My name is Narus 48 Epicentral. Just call me Narus, though.
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No. 85258 ID: 317686

>>85254

What are you doing just sitting there. Do something useful!
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No. 85259 ID: 632862

>>85254
Hmm, if that was your name then... This world is Silirw Cyral, you're male, and ... well, it gives us an age of 90 converted to our timescale, but I'm not sure what that means as far as your lifespan is concerned.

Interesting. It seems we can gather data on our own.
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No. 85262 ID: 079639

Just call us scum, cause that's what we are.
Look out of the window, wanna see what kinda place you're at.
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No. 85264 ID: d6a141

Yeah, we can see.

It's sort of third person, though, right now we're seeing you, and us, from a corner of your cieling. Kinda up and to the left.

It might change though.

Oh, and if you will it, you can show us stuff purposefully.
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No. 85270 ID: abb30a
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85270

[[grah things not working]]

>>85252
I have significant others and siblings of the opposite gender, and if I wear my sash the other way I'd look more feminine. I don't know what a bunny girl is.

>>85253
Actually I wouldn't have trouble ah, wooing, whoever I liked. Sorry you can't help there.

>>85258
I'd love to! The government put mandatory vacations in place so we don't work ourselves into being unhealthy, and that's why I'm sitting here.
You were in my mail, in a... box... which seems to have disappeared. That's unusual.

>>85259
Your data collection might need work. I am male, but like I said I am a Silirw Cyral. This world is Uis. I'm around 1/5 of our usual maximum age. Hooray for genetic assistance!

>>85262
How's that? Not a lot to look at, but that's how it goes.

>>85264
Ah, okay then.
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No. 85271 ID: bf5679

>>85270
Alright, we've found a window. Now throw us away and never look back.
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No. 85272 ID: 119b5c

>>85270
We've been asleep? What's that!
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No. 85275 ID: d6a141

>>85271
Agh don't throw us! I don't want to break.

Umm. Also, we give both good advice and bad. Make your call on what to do, of course.
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No. 85277 ID: abb30a
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85277

>>85271
It's not that kind of window.

>>85251
Going back to you... I think I know just the person who can help me do that. I don't think sie's busy right now. Wanna go have science performed on you?

>>85275
I can make decisions... I'll just do my own thing if you don't say anything. Right now I'm thinking Anciu's house, for science!
I'm putting you in one of my pockets with the rest of my stuff.
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No. 85278 ID: d6a141

>>85277
You don't mind if we have a chat with your Stuff do you?

Hello Stuff! Nice to meet you, Stuff!
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No. 85279 ID: 632862

>>85277
Oh yes, please do bring us to Anciu. We long to be a subject of... experimentation.
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No. 85281 ID: 51d0f5

>sie
I think it's time to tell us a little more about your species. How many genders are we talking?
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No. 85282 ID: abb30a

>>85278
Sure, I don't mind. I don't think my other things can talk though, dude.

>>85281
We Cyrals only have males and females. Anciu is an Enial, and they have females, males, and hermaphrodites. Do you want to know more?

[[If votes are going the way you want and you haven't posted, do. The number of people matters, not just the percentage. There's a mechanic here that I haven't told you about. Also not all updates will have pictures.]]
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No. 85290 ID: 317686

>>85277

Run/Fly/Slither your ass(es) over there.
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No. 85291 ID: 51d0f5

Let's go ahead and get some science.
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No. 85293 ID: 51d0f5

>Actually I wouldn't have trouble ah, wooing, whoever I liked.
...mind control powers?
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No. 85345 ID: 6bf1b1

WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWoaz.
Gotta Lotta Pockets. You keep any MONSTERS in those POCKETS?
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No. 85364 ID: 5c46b9
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85364

>>85277
STOP RIGHT THERE, CRIMINAL SCUM
That is stolen property
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No. 85531 ID: abb30a
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85531

>>85293
It's nothing like that! Dessen is the one with mind-control powers. It's like a hyperdimensional thing. We're real tight, got this whole symbiotic relationship thing going on. I'd take you to it, but it's more the type to find, not be found.
Nah, we Silirw just don't have trouble finding mates. We can ask anyone of our species and as long as they don't have something better to do, they'll accept. We don't really have lifelong partners like some cultures on other planets. Some people are also into the whole interspecies romance scene but that's not my thing.

>>85345
Monsters? No. We usually use pockets for nonliving things.

>>85364
You weren't stolen by me, so even if you were stolen, I think I'm okay.

>>85291
>>85290
Here we are...
I wonder if sie's home.
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No. 85666 ID: 317686

>>85531
well ring the doorbell, stupid.
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No. 85670 ID: f21281

>sie

Hermaphrodite, right? Y'all like to use different gender pronouns around these parts. Sometimes it's sie, sometimes it's shi, sometimes it's xie...we need to normalize this shit.
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No. 85673 ID: 632862

>>85531
Did you just change color?
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No. 85822 ID: abb30a
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85822

>> 85670
I'm sure there are some nuances with how things translate to whatever, uh, format you understand me in... I'm using a suffix that says that the person is an hermaphrodite.

>>85673
Good, you noticed! We can do that. The unaltered colour is [[gunmetal grey (sort of turquoisey)]] and if we die we start turning grey. The Enials can do it too but their unaltered colour is [[off-white (very light purple)]].

>>85666
Doorbell? what?

Hey cool, sie is home!

"Hey Narus! Are you well?"
"I am! Are you well?"
"Yes indeed. What brings you here?"
"This!"
"What is it? Oh hey, did you come here to ask ME that?" Sie's told me sie can't read minds, and it's just the innate empathic sense. Must just be good at figuring things out.
"You got it. It has telepathic voices and can see from outside viewpoints."
"Like Dessen?" Sie takes the thing.
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No. 85823 ID: 51d0f5

Are you sure they're a different species from you? It looks like you but with extra bits and glasses taped on.
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No. 85825 ID: abb30a
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85825

>>85823
We're bigger, rounder, can breathe through our skin and wings (which Cyrals don't even have), have 6 limbs with 2 digits each, have a single brain, and our eye markings have more individual and sexual variation. I am wearing goggles and clothing to protect myself from stray sparks and things. Need anymore help?

"Oh, not like Dessen. Let's see, then..." I think I have some stuff here...

error detected.recalibrating visual processes
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No. 85826 ID: 51d0f5

You lot all seem extremely chill about having voices in your head. What's up with that?
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No. 85829 ID: 915df9

>>85826
As far as I noticed, telepathy and mindreading is a fact in this society.
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No. 85830 ID: 51d0f5

How many brains does Narus have?

Make with the research.
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No. 85928 ID: abb30a
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85928

>>85826
We don't have telepaths. Enials like me do have a sense for the current feelings of nearby Cyrals and Enials. It doesn't work with many other species. Dessen is a telepathic creature from another space. It doesn't use words. We simply perceive what it wants to convey. With you, I can hear synthesised voices.

>>85830
Narus has 3 brains. One is for motion, one is for sensory input, and one is for cognition/memory.
Don't be so impatient. You're on the cross-section scanner now.

"Ok, I'm pretty confident it's hyperdimensional, the way the inside keeps shifting. Since we can carry it, It must have some mechanism to offset the extra mass... I don't know what it's made of. Looks like mundane materials. I think it's built to change shape. I'd like to know where it came from."

Narus speaks. "It was in my mail in a box that disappeared."

"That sounds worrisome."

Whoah. What was that? Did he feel it? I think so. I'll ask.
"Did you feel the magnetism shift just now?"

"A little bit, I think."

Hmm... maybe there will be a broadcast about what that was, or maybe it was nothing...

Can you still understand me, even if I'm not touching you?
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No. 85936 ID: d6a141

I like how we detect basic personal information on contact.

Like we're capable of passive deep-mind scanning for information, instead of just surface-thought examining.

But I'm not sure of the extent.
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No. 85938 ID: 51d0f5

>>85928
Yeah.

Change shape, you say?

HNNNNNNNNN
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No. 85939 ID: d6a141

I can hear you, guess there is a short range. Probably about the space of a room.

Do you know what we are? I don't know what that thing is myself, and I'm aparently in it!
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No. 85971 ID: abb30a
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85971

returning older snapshot with minor recalibration.realtime snapshots to resume soon

>>85936
>>85938
>>85939
It's very interesting that you don't know all this stuff yourselves!

"Narus, can you hear them?"
"Mm, if they've said anything since you took it I haven't heard it. Why did it just melt?"
"They were trying to transform. Did you turn into that shape on purpose? It looks sort of deliberate. I certainly have no idea what this form of yours is. Whatever the case, Dessen could tell us the exact nature of it. I'm sure we'll see it within a few of our days. I don't know how that translates to your time."

retrieving data.value of <= ~2 weeks returned.

"I guess they know about as much about themselves as we know about them!"
[i]Narus speaks[i] "Ball..splat... voices, see if you can gather information on the surface you're sitting on."
"Ooh! interesting idea. I can't see how it wouldn't help."

The deep-thought scanning thing sounds like it might be dangerous. I don't know if you should experiment with that.
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No. 85975 ID: 43d730

>>85971
SURFACE!
REVEAL YOUR SECRETS!
BE YOU FIBERBOARD? MARBLE? CHITIN?
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No. 85980 ID: 51d0f5

Let's just extend a pseudopod into the nearest data port and drink from its delicious wellspring of knowledge.
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No. 85995 ID: abb30a
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85995

>>85980
"I think they want access to a computer. To siphon information out of. That sounds bad."
"Hey guys, how about a television instead?"
"...I don't know if that's a better idea, Narus."
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No. 86008 ID: d6a141

You aren't worried about us right? We're not evil. Or at least not most of us, I think.

Hey, I have a question. Can you discern between different voices or do they all sound the same synthesized?
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No. 86009 ID: c0f3bf

We just wanna see what's what!

What if we promise to stop if you say so?
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No. 86010 ID: 135d9a

>>85995
Man, we don't even really know what we're doing.
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No. 86012 ID: 43d730

>>85995
Okay, testing here...
CODE 11664: DESTROY GEM
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No. 86014 ID: d6a141

Also, when I said I don't know what that ball/splat/whatever thing that morphs is, I meant just that object. I know what I am.

I am an individual, I don't know what universe or tech level we are compared to you, but I am among a race known as 'human'.

We are a bipedal upright race, horizontally symmetrical, and have... really no special abilities or powers other than the ability to grasp objects and presumably think. I guess that's enough to get ahead in our world.

Neat inter-dimensional radio you have there though, I wish I knew how it worked.
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No. 86023 ID: abb30a
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86023

>>86010
>>86012
Maybe you don't.

>>86014
Horizontally symmetrical... Interesting. Do any of you others confirm this information?

>>86008
You sound sort of distinguishable to me.
"Could you distinguish their voices?"
"A little bit."
Ok then. I would try to take your... radio... apart. I don't think it would yield any results. However, if you'll give me a moment, I think I can make something to smooth your interface with our computer systems...

[[PAUSED!]]
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No. 86027 ID: 632862

>>85995
The device is called a Scanning Plate, it is a cross-section delimiter, an additional designation of '3d' which I can imagine means it's a 3-dimensional object... and it weighs about 2 kilograms. That's all we get.

There seems to be some kind of inner program that tells us things sometimes. Like, there was a visual error earlier, and it gives us additional language translation when something doesn't quite match with words we have available. Maybe it's the program inside the device?

If you don't want us to grab information from stuff without permission, I guess that's okay. We're just curious... or that's what usually the case anyway. You can never tell for sure what with all the voices involved here.
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No. 86114 ID: 445c48

Rock candy thermal detonator bugs! Transform and roll out!

HNNNNN
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No. 86195 ID: 15f6d6

Some of us aren't bipeds. We're radially symmetrical.
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No. 86853 ID: abb30a
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86853

Narus watches as Anciu creates a small thing out of parts lying around on hir desk and in hir cabinets above it.
"If I'm right, this will be able to let them get information but not interact with anything. Their device seems to have some program that translates things for them. I think it will be able to interpret."


>>86014
We don't have "special powers" either. I guess whatever senses and things we're given are normal to us, so maybe you have some sort of ability we would find amazing.
>>86195
Assuming you are actually separate entities somewhere. I'm not sure what to think.

>>86027
It's less of a device and more of just a plate, really. But you may be able to look up that stuff soon...
Hm, and that measurement came through kind of awkwardly. This is fascinating...


Ok!
"It is done! Time to test it!"
"This has really got you excited."
"MMmmmm. I'm glad you brought this here."
"First one I thought of."

connection established.interpreter reconfigured for new media input using same media output.

Currently browsing Uis Network. Please enter search parameters.
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No. 86891 ID: d6a141

+Cyral Culture OR History
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No. 86897 ID: 445c48

>Loli cat girls
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No. 86900 ID: f21281

>Cyral Anatomy
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No. 86937 ID: abb30a
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86937

>>86891
cannot display full list of results.displaying first 6
Evolutionary history of Silirw species: Cyral
Silirw cultures of the past
History of Silirw-Silirw cultural interactions
Culturally significant events
Cyral Cultural icons
History of Silirw-Alien cultural interactions

>>86897
unable to translate

>>86900
Anatomical database-Cyral entry
Definition: anatomy
Anatomical comparison of Enials and Cyrals
Anatomical modifications for Cyrals
Anatomy and culture
Historical Views of anatomy

View more results?Perform another search?
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No. 86939 ID: c0f3bf

Ooh, comparison, that should be enlightening.
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No. 86941 ID: 445c48

>>86937
>New Search
>Pornography
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No. 86947 ID: f21281

>Anatomical comparison of Enials and Cyrals
>Anatomical modifications for Cyrals
>Anatomy and culture

In this order.
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No. 86967 ID: d6a141

Expand 'Culturally significant events'
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No. 87052 ID: abb30a
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87052

>>86939
Index:
bones
organs
appendages
other

please select a section.


>>86941
Definition: pornography
Pornography in alien cultures
Pornography in media
Index of pornographic materials
Pornography discussion forum
Evolution of pornography

view more results?Perform another search?


>>86947
pictures omitted.
Do you want to modify your body at the anatomic level? We can help with that.
Additional arms. Your eyes moved onto your torso. Whatever you want.
Maybe you lost a foot and are having trouble regrowing it. We can help you there too.
As a government institution, we are totally reliable.
skimming page
-contact information
-other medical institutions

viewing next query.
One of the earlest problems encountered in our history was how to count. It may seem simple, but remember that there are more ways to count than we can

count. At the earliest times, the Enials counted on their fingers. When it came time for the Cyrals, there was a problem- a different number of fingers on

each hand! The common ancestor, we now know, had 2 digits to its 6 limbs. In the precursor-Cyrals, the middle limb split along the middle, joining with the

two beside it. ...
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>>86967
Abbreviated Timeline of culturally significant events
0-Universe created
1-Life begins
2-Silirw Enials develop intelligence
3-Silirw Cyrals develop intelligence
4-Northright Region separates from Epicentral Region
skimming page
39-first government established
80-Natural chemicals discovered with sensory enhancement properties
360-Transcomputer Network becomes available to the public
435-Jeylon 1 Opposite is born
512-First known alien contact
547-First known evidence of extradimensional matter discovered

select an event for details.
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No. 87053 ID: c0f3bf

Bones. Let's see a skeleton.
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No. 87057 ID: 632862

Wow, we could spend DAYS like this. I wonder if they can tell what searches we're doing? Seems like their internet works a little differently with porn, though... It's so formal.

>Index of pornographic materials
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No. 87062 ID: d6a141

Expand historical entry 512.
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No. 87064 ID: 51d0f5

>547-First known evidence of extradimensional matter discovered
So there's more of us things?
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No. 87298 ID: abb30a
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87298

>>87053
Images are captioned: "These torso skeleton sketches are by an alien scholar, and are inexact. They are also not to scale."
The bone structure is one of the most differing parts of Cyral and Enial anatomies. Cyral bones are more numberous, less flexible, and plate-based. Enial

bones are fewer, quite flexible, and more rounded. The Enials, of course, also have wings, which require additional structures near the base of the skull to

attach. In both, the brains are encased with several openings for blood flow and transmission of information. The heart is also encased similarly. The

gonads, which are held internally, have protective bones which prevent entry of foreign objects from certain angles. ...
read more of page?


>>87057
This index is created for those of us who have the most interest in pornography. There is no way to create a truly complete list, but it contains all known Silirw

pornographic materials to date!

Ancient Inscriptions of Sex page note: "not too exciting, but this is where it started."
The Sexual Act (ancient) page note: "Religious/philosophical/scientific literature. Funny how they used to all be one thing."
The Sexual Act (modern, named after the ancient writ) page note: "very instructive. I learned some things."
Scaro 8 Opposite's Porn Portfolio page note: "My favourite! All Cyrals, though."
The Complete Works of "Merrito" page note: "This guy took lots of pictures of Enials AND Cyrals. Very artistic."
read more of page?Select a choice from the above?


>>87062
Presently we know alien life forms exist. Probably no one is alive today who was alive before we knew this; it's become a fact of life. Thanks to the Cramakc, our first contact, we are part of an enormous intergalactic community! Our naturally helpful tendencies left us well-equipped to work things out between their representatives and ours. It wasn't all smooth going, though...

When the Cramakc came in their vessels, no one knew what to expect. They had tried to send transmissions, but something blocked them. Surveillance equipment

saw them coming and we prepared for the worst, while hoping for the best. The government had already picked its finest minds in the fields of theoretical

xenopsychology, ...
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>>87064
Hyperdimensional matter. How do you discover it? From the looks of things, the best answer seems to be that you don't, unless it comes to you. And you had better be careful if it does. Many of the predictions came true: it can have effectively infinite mass, for example. Lucky for us, the first matter of this sort had finite mass, was in space, and had a seeming resistance to spassitudinal motion. It was the remnants of a vessel, most likely from our own universe. ...
read more of page?
Perform a new search?
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No. 87307 ID: c0f3bf

Read more about hyperdimensional matter!
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No. 87312 ID: d6a141

Read more anatomy.

Expand The Sexual Act (modern).

Read more of first contact.
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No. 87339 ID: f21281

Query: Differences of Reproductive Organs in Enial and Cyral species.

Query: Enial/Cyral Hybrids

Request: Comparison chart of Enial and Cyral species.
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No. 87340 ID: 632862

>>87298
The Complete Works of "Merrito"
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No. 88185 ID: abb30a
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88185

[[PAUSED until friday! Drawing the next update is harder than I thought and I have other things I must attend to.]]
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No. 88260 ID: d6a141

Oh jeez what is that at Narus' place?

I think that we can put off reading about alien genitals until later.

Time to SAVE THE DAY.
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No. 90214 ID: abb30a
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90214

Loading pages for later display.Returning to previous input media.
"...could happen."
Hm?
"Hey, it looks like they stopped."
Finished already?
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No. 90215 ID: 445c48

>>90214
"It cut out on us! RIGHT BEFORE THE PORNOGRAPHY! I AM SO ANGRY I COULD TRANSFORM! HNNNNNNNNNG"
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No. 90219 ID: d6a141

Actually, we disconnected to warn you that someone is breaking into Narus' home.

Kind of a big deal.
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No. 90232 ID: abb30a
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90232

>>90215
>>90219
Connection is still active.Visual input from external device is inactive.

"Someone is breaking into Narus' house? How can you tell?"
"I don't like the sound of that. Can you see what they look like?"
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No. 90233 ID: d6a141

Black with glowy orange stuff.

You're asking me how we can tell?

I have no idea. I told you I know about as much about this frigging shape changing trans-dimensional whatever it is as you do.

If I knew how we can see from the third person, or change the viewpoint, I would. I just know we can do that. I know that you can send us images with your mind, like a telepathic image transmission, and show us things from your viewpoint. I think we might be able to send you stuff too, but i'm not sure.
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No. 90241 ID: abb30a
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90241

>>90233
Narus speaks."That's not very descriptive, but ah. Maybe I should go somewhere else, in case it comes here."

rendering symbolic map.Some noteworthy locations are designated.
see more of map?View an area in more detail?
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No. 90252 ID: d6a141

How about we go to the shopping district? If they're looking for you, or us, they'd have difficulty finding us there.
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No. 90279 ID: 4cd10a

>>90252
I second this.
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No. 90358 ID: 632862

>>90241
More descriptive... Hey, let's try transforming into the general shape of what it looked like.

HNNNNNNNGH

If this doesn't work, um... It was shaped kindof like what you would get if you took a blob of clay and squished the top of it, bending it about 90 degrees to the side. It's got tentacles on the bottom, too. It looks really wispy, like it's not quite all there. Maybe it's a hyperdimensional creature or something, from the same place we are?
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No. 90406 ID: abb30a
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90406

Narus touches the transmitter
>>90252
>>90279
Oh, you know there's a place like that. Sounds like as good a place as any...
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No. 90407 ID: abb30a
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90407

>>90358
Aha... It could be a hyperdimensional creature... There have only been 3 of them documented to ever visit Uis, though... So it might be something else. With you around, I really don't know.
Back in the pocket you go! This new shape you're in makes it a little lopsided but it will do.
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No. 90414 ID: abb30a
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90414

rendering symbolic map.
Now that I'm here, I might as well get something. I could go for some food, or maybe some clothes?
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No. 90418 ID: abb30a
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90418

[[You know how to play this game! It's dress-up time!]]
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No. 90437 ID: d6a141
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90437

If you want to feel safe from any sort of extra-dimensional creatures, or attacking machinery, except for things that menace with spikes, you should wear this.

Also, scoot your tail over to the food court, I wanna see what kinds of trippy alien food you have. I hope it has spirals. The food in our food courts sometimes have spirals.
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No. 90471 ID: b9af96
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90471

No, you need something more proper.
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No. 90481 ID: 4553b2
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90481

I hear this type of clothing is extremely popular and fashionable. Just wearing it makes you 5 times as cool.
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No. 90491 ID: 8e18cd

>>90471

As a famous xenologist I support this.
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No. 90512 ID: a430f5

>>90481

I support this.
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No. 90759 ID: abb30a
File 126067110514.jpg - (30.91KB , 400x440 , Image2.jpg )
90759

[[This one comes to us from someone who wishes to remain anonymous and refuses to post it. So I'm posting it. I think it's pretty awesome.]]
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No. 90997 ID: abb30a
File 126073103410.jpg - (21.50KB , 332x440 , Image.jpg )
90997

[[Here's another one by that person. Very silly.]]
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No. 99229 ID: c0f3bf

Just go naked, we like you better like that.
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No. 108364 ID: abb30a
File 126309738577.png - (24.89KB , 640x480 , 20.png )
108364

>>90481
>>90512
Ha, whoah. Imagery.
Since I'm not feeling very inspired, I think I'll just go with something like this one. The other ones are kind of extravagant, you know?

>>90437
Yeah, there's some spirally food. This isn't spirally, but it's what I'm going to eat!

AUGH WHOAH- "KKKKKHHHHE!" the magnetism just did something crazy! WHAT is going on? Did you [[sense magnetically]] that!? What do you think it was?!
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No. 108372 ID: 632862

>>108364
Something looks a little weird going on behind you. Other than that we didn't feel anything.
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No. 108398 ID: 7b807e

I'm pretty sure we are incapable of any true senses except sight.

Which is currently showing quite a lot of color variance, maybe that's what you [[sense magnetically]]? Whatever it was, it's probably not good.

A shame, that stuff you've got looks good.
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No. 108460 ID: fa4818

there are magical rainbow tumors behind you, don't you DARE turn around, they can smell EYE CONTACT
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No. 108845 ID: abb30a
File 126316341420.png - (17.44KB , 640x480 , 21.png )
108845

>>108372
>>108398
It looks like everyone's colours got all turbulent, like mine did.
I'm going to eat this stuff, and it IS good. After that, like, I dunno. If I'm assuming that I am being looked for by... whatever, I could go to the [[populated area]] past the spaceport. Or maybe just go TO the spaceport. Or, walk around here some more.

>>108460
That sounds awesome but I don't know what you're talking about.
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No. 108847 ID: 632862

>>108845
No no, it wasn't just the people that got turbulent. It was like the floor or the air got all crazy with colors. It happened further along, just past those two dark blue guys.
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No. 108873 ID: d7bc0f

Try going to this "Spaceport" after you're done eating.
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No. 108877 ID: 7b807e

Hey, looks like your drink showed up.
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No. 109141 ID: abb30a
File 126324014133.png - (135.56KB , 640x480 , 22.png )
109141

>>99229
I like me naked too, but why not be clothed here.

>>108847
Hmmm. I'll ask the attendant here. "Attendant, did you see the air or the floor turn a bunch of colours just now, when that magnetic disturbance happened?"
"To have not."
I don't know what you saw.

>>108873
Maybe... I am kind of curious what that... explosion was; at the same time I'm not sure it would be good to try to investigate it up close. It must have been a ways off...

>>108877
Ah, so it did! It doesn't have spirals, but it has helix things. It's got a funky viscosity to it so they stay there pretty well.

He takes what is a straw from his sash, which is now worn as a belt

>>108398
Hey do you have the word [[magnetically sense]]? It seems like if you can't do it, it's strange that you would have a word for it.
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No. 109143 ID: 58c7b1

>>109141
We can't fly naturally, but we have a word for that. We have devices that can sense magnetic fields.
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No. 109161 ID: 7b807e

>>109141
If there is a word for it, I wouldn't know it, and it's certainly not able to be translated from your language into ours. But one can use words from languages that aren't theirs without being completely fluent in it. I just repeated what you said.

Hmm. How about while you eat I'll list the senses we possess as humans.

We have:
Sight
Hearing
Tactile touch sense
Taste
Smell

There are rumors about more, but they haven't been proven.

Were all of those able to be translated accurately?
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No. 109169 ID: 445c48

>>109161
Well, us rock candy thermal detonator bugs can also sense incest from a mile away and lock onto it like a missile.
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No. 109198 ID: 488063

>>109169
That's more a practical application of the others, though.
Like sensing subtle auditory, visual, and tactile triggers that indicate when someone is WRONG, ON THE INTERNET.
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No. 110741 ID: abb30a
File 126351779013.png - (16.52KB , 640x480 , 23.png )
110741

Narus eats/drinks

>>109143
Yeah, that makes sense. I need to keep better track of my thoughts... I'm still trying to work out what I think you are. You didn't actually answer my question though!

>>109161
Interesting...
Yep, those came through just fine.

>>109169
>>109198
Ehhhhhhh....

Oh hey, Basse is here on my left and I didn't notice him. He's my housemate. "Are you well, Basse?" This question doesn't seem completely appropriate because, as usual, he doesn't seem to be well. He barely lifts his head off the counter.

"Narus! I'm, well enough. Are you well?" He's looking and sounding pretty worn-out. I wonder what drugs he's been on now.

"Yeah."
"That was a... pretty nasty disturbannce just there."
"It was horrible. Do you know anything about them? I think I felt something similar earlier today, too."
"Hmmr. Nah, man. I didn't know that wasn't the first." He sips a drink and puts his head back down.
Narus finishes eating. Time to get moving.
"Be well."
"You too."
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No. 110777 ID: c0f3bf

Well that was terse. Where now?
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No. 110781 ID: 632862

>>110741
Check out the direction the disturbance came from. Is there a shop or something in that direction?
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No. 110806 ID: 7b807e

Well I'd say either electronics or the hot springs. I like how we're just having this day out on the town. You and some alien artifact. I think this is a pretty successful first contact. Ever thought of being a diplomat?
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No. 110860 ID: fd430c

what could cause a EMP burst in your city?

what geological events could cause it?

can we go back to the computer and see for references of this in the past? you may be sittig in the top of a dormant volcano.
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No. 112036 ID: abb30a
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112036

>>110777
He pretty clearly isn't keen on having an extended conversation right now. I wouldn't want to bother him.
>>110781
I think it was in the direction of some of the clothing stores and stuff mostly. I don't think there is any kind of clothing that would cause [[the thing that is being discussed]].
>>110806
Oh, this is a first contact for you, huh. I'm glad you're enjoying it!
Electronics sounds good; I haven't been there recently. I have not considered being a diplomat; it doesn't sound like my kind of exciting.

>>110860
A device designed to create one would do it. I don't know what that would be about. It doesn't look like any electronics were disrupted, which is a little odd.
I don't know. I can't think of any likely natural occurrances.
The device you have should work remotely. You can use the electronics store's connection.


connection established.interpreter reconfigured for new media input using same media output
No relevant results found.

peruse stored pages?disconnect?
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No. 112038 ID: 632862

>>112036
Peruse stored pages!
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No. 112042 ID: 7b807e

>>112036
Certainly, I've never heard of Uis before today.

That isn't to say we haven't met other species before, but then again, that isn't to say we have, either. It's a bit complicated.

Oh, I have an idea, if you could get a local-only computer, we could try sending information to you too! I am not sure if we can send images or whatever already, but I can try if you'd like.
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No. 113215 ID: abb30a

>>112042
unable to send message to recipient.will attempt after normal inputs are returned to

displaying previous active queries 1/update
>>87307
We only know this much because of a helpful extradimensional person who arrived later, and gave us a few extradimensional tools with which we could observe the ship fully, with instruction for their use.
To date only three extradimensional persons are known to have visited Uis, but their very existence has shaped our understanding of the nature of our universe, and to some degree the nature of many more. ...

read more of page?go to next stored page?


[[A person has suggested to search for whatever passes for twitter to see if anyone has said stuff about the magnetic pulse]]
listing relevant results
BCI(standard) discussion at BCI Institution Network #1
BCI(standard) discussion at BCI Institution Network #2
Anytime observations #1
Anytime observations #2
Anytime observations #3
Anytime observations #4


perform a new search?
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No. 113419 ID: fa4818

fuck bro, go to the non-internet

whore
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No. 113464 ID: 7b807e

Yeah, disconnect. We've got uhh stuff to do?
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No. 113553 ID: 1f2a4c

before, im sure there are news about it already. read them, follow the expertise that the news channel will use to claim veracity.

better safe that sorry.

so we have a EM like disturbance that does not behaves like a EMP nor seems to be of natural causes.

tell me, does your planet swift EM poles?
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No. 114669 ID: abb30a
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114669

>>113419
>>113464
returning to previous input media

>>113553
unable to parse query

Hmm. See anything that interests you? I'm not going to buy anything here, but you can ask about stuff while I look around. Then it's spaceport time.
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No. 114671 ID: 7b807e

>>114669
Hey what's that purple SEGA Genesis looking thing?

On the aisle nearest to you, next to some round things.
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No. 114672 ID: c0f3bf

>>114669
Top shelf, second object from the right.

This looks similar to what we know is called a "lightsaber", a kind of sword with retractable blade. Does this serve a similar function?

Also is that some sort of abacus videogame?
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No. 114692 ID: e2cfcd

>>114669
let me save everyone time:

describe everything. including price ranges and current money.
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No. 114739 ID: abb30a

[[I um, did something derpy, sorry]]

>>114671
It appears to be a plural scanner, which scans an area and counts the number of individual objects there. Works best with mostly one kind of object.

>>114672
It's like a big monocular with reality augmenting features. There are no weapons here.
What's an... abacus? Where are you looking?

>>114692
Mmm, ok. I'll start with the green thing. It's a two-way communication device. Fairly inexpensive.
The monocular is also not too expensive.
The ocular implant doesn't come with the monitor there, and can't be installed here. I do not think I could afford it right now, but if I owned one that I

wasn't using already I could afford the installation.
Next is a laser pointer. It's the least expensive thing in this list.
Then the next 3 things are programmable light fixtures. Not too costly.
In the next row here, there's a sash with size-adjustable pockets that will keep track of some informations about their contents. It isn't as expensive as

the ocular implant but I don't know that I could afford it.
Then the plural scanner. Also pretty inexpensive, because it's bulky and isn't top-of-the-line.
There's a nice multitool. It has a compass (just in case, I guess?), global position tracking, a receiver for some types of transmissions, a thing to set

things on fire, and some other stuff. I think I could barely purchase it.
Last thing in my view here is this thing that you put on your arm and fingers, and when you touch something it will record some data and tell you about it.

I'd say its costliness is about medium here.

The food was less expensive than just about anything here. I don't think I could tell you my exact amount of funds in a meaningful way.
Narus looks around some more
Mm. Any other questione before we go?
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No. 114931 ID: 7b807e

Can you try out the plural scanner? See if it can detect more of these orb things.

It'd be weird if there were any.
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No. 115040 ID: e2cfcd

dont get the scanner. its likely we may have other means to find out about the anomaly that a cheap scanner.

keep ya pockets ligth least you wanna have fun with lazer pointers and EM blackholes.
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No. 117068 ID: abb30a
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117068

[[eagh my brain is fried]]

[[anonymous asks: "The compass, is it acting funny?"]]
It's normal. I haven't [[magnetically felt]] anything unusual since the burst either.

>>114931
Its range isn't huge and it doesn't look in all directions at once... I'll put you in front of it and see if more than one of you shows up anyway.
...
It's reading a whole lot of objects where you are. That's a strange result, but I don't think it helps us much.
>>115040
I did say I wasn't going to buy anything.

Onward!
Narus leaves

I was thinking about the thing you said you saw at my house. It sounds a little bit like Dessen, but Dessen always knows where I am so if that's who it was I don't see why it'd be lurking around my house while I'm out... As far as I know, Dessen doesn't usually use an appearance like that anyway. Unless it's feeding, it looks like a... Some weird alien thing, I dunno. Occasionally it looks like a pretty normal person.
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No. 117069 ID: 632862

>>117068
What's that in the alley?

Also, why does Dessen know where you are all the time?
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No. 117097 ID: 7b807e

>>117068
The many objects thing might just be because we're hyperdimensional.
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No. 118396 ID: 79c38f
File 126445527312.png - (9.12KB , 243x516 , NarusBall02.png )
118396

Oh... oh... oh! Hi! Here we are in a ball. Do we have to be a ball? I don't want to stay a ball. Is it ok if I...

...Hnnnnnnnn...

There! Much better!

Voices Ball starts poking around the pouch for a way out.
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No. 118484 ID: abb30a
File 126446713278.png - (14.08KB , 640x480 , 27.png )
118484

[[blearrrgh]]

>>117069
Looks like aliens of some kind. I've never seen them before, but I'm digging the sound of their speech, assuming that's what those noises they're making are.

Dessen's a freaky extreme telepath. It could know where ANYone is, even from within another universe. Kind of comforting, but kind of scary too.

>>117097
Yeah, that was my thinking.

Hm, I should mention this thing you said was at my house to Basse. I should have brought it up before, but you've got me all distracted.
I'm trusting that you didn't make this creature up, but it'd be great if I had something more to go on. You know?
He pulls out the equivalent of a mobile phone and calls Basse
<"Hey man.">
"Hey, you know anything about a wispy black and glowing orange thing at our house?"
<"Uhhh, no...">
"Someone said they saw something like that. I thought you should know."
<"Good to knnow. I'll probably stilll be out all day...">
"Alright, that was all. Take care."
<"Yeah, you too buddy.">
he puts away the device
He's probably due for another reconstitution soon. At least he's not into body modification or his body would never be well...

>>118396
Hey! You can move!? What, did you just never try it until now?
Anyway uh, keep it calm. People will notice you struggling in my pocket! Be still me a moment and I'll take you out myself...
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No. 118488 ID: 3416ec

>>118396
Awesome! We're a Transformer! We're an Autobot, right?
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No. 118491 ID: abb30a

[[Pretend the word "me" is not in the last sentence there. FRAK typos]]
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No. 118506 ID: 79c38f

>>118484
We moved a little, when we first tried transforming! We didn't do much besides that before, because the idea of ambulation only just occurred to us.

Why are you nervous? We saw many complex gadgets back at the store. Are pocket robots rare?
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No. 118661 ID: 7b807e

Hey man we aren't gonna claw out your eyes in your sleep or anything. Besides, we're a little out of the size class for global domination aren't we? Hahaha just teasing.
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No. 119827 ID: abb30a
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119827

Before I forget, I wonder...
He pulls out the phone again and calls Anciu
<"What's up?">
"Have you seen anything black with orange glowy stuff? Maybe wispy?"
<"I haven't, but I'll let you know if I see something like that. Why?">
"The voices said the thing at my house was like that. Oh hey did you feel another magnetic disturbance?"
<"I did! I've been looking on the Transnet and no one seems to know what's up with them. It's bizarre. I assume you felt it too?">
"Funky... Yeah, I sure did feel it! It was way unpleasant. I think we should contact each other if we find out anything."
<"Sure, good plan. Is there anything else?">
"No, just those things. Be well!"
<"And you.">
He puts away the device
Well that wasn't immediately helpful but that's ok. Sie's smart; I'm sure sie'll find something if it's possible...

He has taken out of his pocket the thing

>>118506
Changing shape is one thing, and moving around is another. It's not that pocket robots are rare... They are uncommon, but that's not it. It's just, I wasn't expecting you to move, and... things...

>>118661
Uh. Teasing. Okay.

a short time passes
This place always feels weird.
Oh uh, move if you want. It was mostly a problem because you were moving while in the pocket.
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No. 119840 ID: 632862

>>119827
Why does this place feel weird to you? ...looks like there's not many people around here.

(crawl on top of his head)
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No. 119858 ID: 79c38f
File 126465563172.png - (18.04KB , 869x768 , NarusBall03.png )
119858

>>119827
Weird? How weird? Will the Spaceport feel weirder?

You're weird. Is this your nose? It's cute. You're a funny, nervous alien.

Voices Ball scampers up Narus' arm, and looks ahead.

Where are the spaceships? Can we ride in one? I call window!
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No. 119910 ID: c0f3bf

We want a window, seeing stuff is fun.
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No. 120476 ID: abb30a
File 126473994968.png - (241.92KB , 640x480 , P2.png )
120476

[[contact motion-attenuation disengaged]]

>>119840
I'm not sure... It kind of throws me off somehow. I don't dislike it, and I could get used to it, if I spent more time here.

"Aeghh"-Hey.

>>119858
We're there, so nah.

I guess I'm pretty weird compared to a shapeshifting voices-thing. Hrm! That is not a nose. I don't have a nose! The 4 rearmost things sticking out of my neck are for breathing though. I can smell with those. Cute again! Is cute good??

"Fseghf"-You're a crazy voice!
...
I saw some spaceships outside, and there will be some inside too. There are also teleporters directly to other [[locations such as planets or space stations]]. I suppose we COULD ride in a spaceship, even one with window. That's like, more of an undertaking though. It is also less expensive than a teleporter. Maybe a short trip somewhere, if you really want to...

[[Paused. Lowered sandbox-ness to follow]]
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No. 120566 ID: 7b807e

>>120476
Cute is good.
It's an endearing aesthetic.

As far as taking any trips are concerned, eh. Depends what's available to you! If you're gonna vacation, you gotta DO IT RIGHT! Otherwise you're gonna be sitting in your home, alone, with the only notable event for the day being the mail.

Oh wait that's us!
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No. 120567 ID: 632862

>>120476
Cute is good, yes. It's like... attractive in a non-sexual way.
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No. 121834 ID: 79c38f
File 126488132855.png - (156.99KB , 694x720 , NarusBallFlapdoodles3.png )
121834

>>120476
Voices Ball climbs up to Narus' head to have a closer look at the indicated anatomy.
You breathe out of these flapdoodles!? Haha! These front ones are pretty. Look at the colors!

We want a spaceship ride! Doesn't have to be far away. Can we see a schedule? Do they serve meals?

We should mention in passing, by the by, that we have become aware of an intensely interested violet eye that is watching us from... somewhere. It reminds us of the figure in your apartment. It has the same funny wispy characteristics and malevolent coloring.
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No. 121838 ID: 632862

>>121834
I think that purple thing is just an image of a wormhole or teleporter or something. There's no text-based indication so it should be something nearby at any rate.
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No. 122157 ID: 7b807e

Oh man how fast are your ships anyway? Maybe we could direct you to Earth! Our home planet!

Man that would be crazy eh? Maybe if you're interested in biology you could see some of our weird creatures.
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No. 124439 ID: abb30a
File 126522428274.png - (58.20KB , 640x480 , 29.png )
124439

>>120567
>>120566
Oh! Groovy. We have a word cute as well, and it is considered goodish. Some space alien-types don't see it that way.
I don't have anywhere I need to be... A quick trip probably wouldn't hurt.

"Keh!" Don't do that, man!

[[contact motion-attenuation engaged]]

Narus grabs the voice-thing and removes it
I'm not sure that I like you very much, new voice! Those are my ears. I said the rearmost 4 are for breathing, not the ones closest to my face.
Yeah, schedule... Here...
I don't want to go to some places, and since I just got here I'll have to like, get through security and everything so some of the ships are leaving too soon for me. I don't want to wait too long either. That should only leave a few options, so I'm trying to show you only those ones. Is it working?

displaying interpreted schedule.omitting irrelevant entries

>>121838
Hm. I've seen some strange eyes. If you think it looks more like a teleporter or a wormhole, I'd go with that.

>>122157
With teleportation the only thing to limit 'speed' is the amount of energy available... But you have to know where to teleport. Meeting you in person would really be something! Maybe even a little too crazy. I can't pilot a ship or anything though so I don't think that would work.
I'm not all that into biology... Plus, at this point, I've seen enough strange creatures that I don't think yours would surprise me!

So. Merso's pretty. Wur's pretty in a different way. More pristine. The space stations aren't that pretty but they have multicultural stuff. I know what I'd pick but let's see what you pick. Of course if you want more info you can ask!
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No. 124441 ID: abb30a

[[there should be a >> pointing to >>121834. AAAUGH]]
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No. 124442 ID: 632862

>>124439
Yeah, we're only seeing some of them.

I'm thinking Wur, just because it's the earliest flight. Something tells me we should... uh, get moving. Not sure why.
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No. 124655 ID: 7b807e

Wur sounds very nice. I don't know why, but I am imagining a lot of crystals. Do you have Crystals?
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No. 124850 ID: f37144

Space stations to go look at AGRICULTURE
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No. 127084 ID: abb30a
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127084

>>124442
>>124655
>>124850
We will go to Wur! It isn't known for crystals particularly. Since we get to pick seats I'll sit by this window here for you.

I was thinking, what's with the stuff you've just kind of randomly seen? The thing in my room and then the wormhole or whatever. It sure wasn't stuff I showed you. Any idea?
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No. 127086 ID: 632862

>>127084
We seem to have no control over our viewpoint. I think it simply shows us things that are important.
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No. 127090 ID: e973f4

>>127084
Yeah we were kind of hoping you knew honestly. We don't really know all that much about what we are or how we work, y'know?
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No. 127539 ID: abb30a
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127539

>>127086
>>127090
Earlier one of you knew that I could like, control what you see. Maybe you should make a list of what you do know, and then I'll know too. I think it would help both of us. Mm, it might help to make a list of things you're not sure of too. Then if we figure stuff out we can keep track of it better.
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No. 127542 ID: c0f3bf

Seems as good a time as any to experiment... We'll try to focus out the window, okay?
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No. 127561 ID: 44ca1b

>>127539
I think we're able to send you images, you are able to send too. At least as far as I know.

I suppose recently, we have gained the ability to walk.

And aside from potentially being a really supremely disturbing collection of voices, we could be good for uhh, espionage? I dunno.

Transforming.
Uhh. I wonder, can we send any other sensory input aside from sight?
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No. 127568 ID: c0f3bf

>Sniff Narus
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No. 127817 ID: 0df973

>activate VATS
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No. 129696 ID: abb30a
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129696

>>127542
You're going to try to affect your view yourself? That sounds like a good place to start.

>>127561
Go ahead and see.

>>127568
employing surface-contact olfaction.description: very faintly bitter, smooth, and clean.there are traces of pheremones indicating mood and differentiation.analyse these further?

>>127817
accomodating VATS.this will take some time.enable hybrid targeting mode?
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No. 129701 ID: 632862

>>129696
Hey, can we access the internet again?
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No. 129703 ID: 744da4

>>129701
Analyze: yes.

I'm voting on not activating any targeting mode... not until we need it. We might freak people out if we suddenly sprout guns. I would like to list our weaponry available though.
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No. 130179 ID: c7e703

>>129696
Well, cool.
We can look at what we want, and we can at least smell. You smell bitter.

Also we have a targeting system, which is funny.
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No. 130454 ID: abb30a
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130454

>>130179
I do, a little.
That's... funny?

>>129701
Exiting Uis network.select a stored page?
available:

culturally Significant Events
culturally Significant Events>Hyperdimensional matter
culturally Significant Events>First Contact
Anatomy and Culture
Anatomical comparison of Enials and Cyrals
Index of pornographic materials
The Complete Works of "Merrito"
Anatomical comparison of Enials and Cyrals >Differences of Reproductive Organs in Enial and Cyral species query results
Anatomical comparison of Enials and Cyrals >Enial/Cyral Hybrids query results

>>129703
mood indicators: low nervous, low relaxed
identifying indicators: Male, idiosyncratic/other

list is transfinite;displaying 6 algorithmically generated results
laser
blade
flamethrower
pistol
radiation emitter
contact-atomic disruption

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No. 130455 ID: 632862

>>130454
The Complete Works of "Merrito", please.
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No. 130461 ID: 5eea01

Oh yes, Merrito sounds delightful.
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No. 131968 ID: 50b810

Let's... avoid the atomic disruptor.

That sounds disturbingly like a matter/antimatter reaction type of thing and I don't want to mess with that.
.
.
.
I'm all for trying out our miniature flamethrower, though, or perhaps the laser...
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No. 132091 ID: f78c55

Have we got a water gun? Equip it if we do.
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No. 135194 ID: 632862

Ohhhh shit. I just realized. That large magnetic disturbance from earlier could have come from the direction of Narus's house.
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No. 136499 ID: abb30a
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136499

[[Note that the image is almost certainly nws... Also, I apologise for taking so long, and now for rushing the update a bit, but I was quite busy.]]

>>87340
>>130455
>>130461
"Merrito" was the pseudonym of Lakan 13 Left, a great artist and pornographer. The field of pornography was already very old and still underdeveloped when he started, but with such a low interest by the general public, he felt had to really get creative. Most pornography beforehand was very simplistic, just showing the acts of sex, but Merrito was not satisfied with this, opting for a more unique presentation style....
picture displayed: Spectrum #4.image fidelity will not be perfect.
read more of page?
view another entry?

>>132091
Will equip when previous inputs have returned.
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No. 136513 ID: 632862

>>136499
Read more of page.
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No. 136535 ID: f78c55

Read more of page
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No. 136720 ID: f98e0b

read less of page.

goin' rogue
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No. 136721 ID: 8ce2bf

>>136499
Read all of page.
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No. 136733 ID: abb30a
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136733

>>136513
>>136535
>>136721
The "Spectrum" series features rainbowlike arrangements of multiple subjects, such as the one shown here. The shine on the eyes is visible due to the use of an As-Eye camera with Extraspectral settings. Merrito possessed the Extraspectral vision trait, and felt that others should see his works as close to the way he did as possible. This influence is also present in many of his paintings.
Not all of his art was pornographic. Even so, that is what he is most well-known for. Though he did not succeed in making sexually explicit works popular, he still gave us some pretty and sometimes thought-provoking things to look at. In this [["book"]] is a roughly chronological sequence of all of "Merrito"'s known pieces, accompanied by background information, and sometimes commentary by Merrito himself. We hope you will enjoy it.
introductory page ends here.load next page when in network range?
view another entry?


>>136720
unable to perform task
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No. 136734 ID: f78c55

Display Merrito commentary on this page.
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No. 136736 ID: 632862

>>136733
Yes, load rest of page when in network range again.

Narus: Hey, according to this internet page we finally got around to reading, normally the shine on your eyes can't be seen? It seems we can see in Extraspectral vision! On an unrelated note, can you mark on the map exactly what direction the magnetic disturbance came from? I'm worried that it's a sign of something following us.
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No. 136744 ID: 701a19

Narus, we are an amalgam formed from the interactions of many independent beings. Our personality shifts as members enter and leave the group.

Other amalgams from the same pool of beings are currently observing many others in differing situations, but there is one common thread to all these situations.
Something very important is happening. Since you don't seem to have any problems yourself, it's quite likely that something more significant is about to occur.

Investigation is advised.
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No. 137214 ID: eb6d46
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137214

[[oopsiedoodle. The previous image name should have been 35.png. :V
Also! don't expect to get any more explicit pictures out of me. I only did the one because the opportunity with the image number was so great, people were set on it, and I didn't have a good in-universe justification for not doing so.]]

>>136734
all text on this page has been displayed.

>>136736
will load next page when in network range.

returning to previous input configuration.water gun equipped.

Oh, yeah. When I see eyes they just look black. People with the Extraspectral vision trait can see reflections on other people's eyes, unless those people have it too. It has to do with the stuff eyes are made of and how they receive light. You probably have... a different optical range completely. It usually depends on your sun. Or whatever you have. The first time I saw a shine shown on someone's eye, I thought it was kind of weird!
Mmmm, the second one was like... there-ish. I only have a really vague idea of where the first one came from but maybe it'll be helpful.
superimposing with symbolic map
...What is that you've got there?

>>136744
I have noticed that voices seem to come and go. You sound like a new one.
OK, where do people usually start investigating that works out well, and makes sense in this situation?
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No. 137219 ID: 701a19

>>137214
First let the authorities know about the creature in your home and what you know of these events. See if they can triangulate where those disturbances are coming from.
If you're sure they won't take us away, then you can share our concerns with them.

You probably want to check out your house since that's where the first strange event was, but be cautious.
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No. 137359 ID: 8d7dd2

>>137219

Seconded.
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No. 137610 ID: f78c55

>>137214
"Oh nothing."
OPEN VATS
SPEND ALL AP FIRING SQUIRTS OF WATER AT NARUS' CROTCH
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No. 137664 ID: 632862

Oh, we've got a water gun. Don't be too offended if we randomly squirt you with it.
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No. 137699 ID: ddac14

To clarify those last two comments, we have a targeting system and a vague consensus to test it out should such a system turn out to be useful. However, of the tools at our disposal, we've currently equipped a "water pistol". I can only hope your biology is fine with H2O (Dihydrogen monoxide), as I'm afraid the consensus will likely choose to squirt you for the amusement of some percentage of our collective.

Ugh. Not used to this consensus/collective/hivemind thing. Apologies if I seem more or less discordant than the other voices.
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No. 137730 ID: 889351

>>137699
Hydrogen oxide if you want a realistic name, it only bonds in one way. If you want to be fancy you could use oxidane, but this joke is rather pointless to begin with.


Estimate max range of water gun.
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No. 137796 ID: d8aa80

Wet the crotch for maximum hilarity.

I say we go investigate that anomaly that those blue arrows are pointed to. That's what I say.
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No. 137797 ID: 701a19

>>137730
H2O2 - Hydrogen Peroxide.
>>
No. 137799 ID: 701a19

Grow two antenna on top of body. Add radio reception to the two antenna the legs.
Begin developing triangulation software to mimic EM sensitivity of host.
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No. 137861 ID: abb30a
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137861

file designated "34.png" has been corrupted.
>>137219
>>137359
I don't want to deal with the government directly... They don't know I'm one of the people Dessen visits, and it wants to keep things that way. It would be a real inconvenience for it to mess with a bunch of people's memories if they found out, and most government officials have interlinked BCIs. Once we get back from Wur, it'll probably be safe to go back to my house. For now, we'll be leaving Uis' atmosphere soon. Maybe Caplisk will have some advice... She's from Wur, and is probably there right now. She knows about Dessen, too. We don't know each other that well, but I think she'd be interested to help.

-------------

"Maxten. There is a reading coming from that vessel."
"I see. Send a group of five to locate the source when it is a sufficient distance away. Try to bring it here. Destroy the vessel, [[with making it look like an accident]]."
"Yes."

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>>137610
>>137796
"...what-" WHAT ARE YOU DOOIIINNGGGG
"HEY. Don't squirt me."
>>137664
>>137699
>>137730
Water... Yeah, that's not toxic at least. I'm not offended but DON'T SQUIRT MEeEeee maaaannnnnn, I'm not real happy about that...
Now I'm going to have to go to the washroom and dry...
I have no idea how far away the first anomaly was... Probably pretty far. I barely noticed it. The second one was much closer, but still outside the [[cityoid]]. I guess I could go out there when we get back, and see if there's anythting there. I don't know exactly where "there" is, though.

max range of water gun estimated at infinite distance depending on factors involved

>>137799
complete.a slight hum comes from the center of this area.
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No. 137887 ID: 632862

We just received a transmission:

>"Maxten. There is a reading coming from that vessel."
>"I see. Send a group of five to locate the source when it is a sufficient distance away. Try to bring it here. Destroy the vessel, [[with making it look like an accident]]."
>"Yes."

Um... what is the [[cityoid]]'s general shape? I think we may have been detected.
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No. 137889 ID: 632862
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137889

Oh, let's see if we can send you the image we got along side that transmission.

If this doesn't work... Well, remember those two aliens in the alley? We saw two more of the same type of creature. They're looking at some monitors with readouts, one of them showing a vessel that's vaguely rectangular with one rounded end. There's a dot in the middle; probably the 'reading' they refer to.
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No. 137998 ID: 701a19

Create low-power remote control sound/video/EM reconnaissance drone with minor WALDO capabilities. If possible, use bifurcation communication to prevent monitoring.

Dispatch drone to observe "hum", with the priority task being determining if it is harmful to our form or our host.

Determine if we have sufficient materials to form a protective bubble around our host in the event of an emergency.
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No. 138215 ID: f78c55

Anyway, sorry about the water spray, just had to get that out of my system.

Man I bet you're about wishing you never met us about now.

Really, you could just be relaxing at your place without it being occupied by creepy things.

Too late for that now though, we're both in over our heads!
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No. 138284 ID: ddac14

>>138215
Well, the water gun test was useful. Our ability to manifest and/or synthesise things is extremely high for our apparent mass. However, the voices that make us up tend to be rather... uh... mad.

Anyway. Dry yourself off and we can try and pinpoint these anomalies and do something about them before things get dangerous.
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No. 141795 ID: abb30a
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141795

>>137887
Ok yeah that sounds bad. Uhhhh.
The general shape is like, um... Some big blobs with a bunch of smaller blobs around them?

>>137889
The image is... small...? It looks weird, probably because we don't see things the same way.

>>137998
unable to create drone;parsing error type 1 at "WALDO" (unable to determine meaning)
sufficient materials are present


>>138215
As long as things work out in the end, I suppose it's fine...

>>138284
Now that we're in space, on our way to another planet, how will we pinpoint the anomalies?

radio hum is crescendoing
-PUUUUUUUUUWWW!-

"hhhhkkkk!" WHAT! [[interjection with the intensity of "JESUS CHRIST!"]]! That's what that is!
..I definitely believe you about that thing at my house now...!

There are 5 of the aliens and one machine of unknown purpose. One of the aliens has a small device (the others have what is probably some sort of weapon). He looks up from it and points at Narus. A series of modulated beeps is heard.
"-You will give us the item you are holding.-"

AAAAAAAAUGH! TURN INTO SOMETHING THAT WILL DESTROY THOSE GUYS
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No. 141799 ID: 632862

>>141795
Wait, we're on the shuttle? I got confused!

Okay.

[assume BATTLE MODE]
[manifest energy beam cannon incapable of damaging bulkheads]
[utilize nearby material to create cover for Narus]
[target and eliminate all hostiles]
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No. 141801 ID: 701a19

>>141795
Define: WALDO
See: "Remote Manipulator"

Begin producing nanorobotic drones designed to infiltrate an organism and begin massive reproduction, leading to the death of the target. Following the target's death, the resulting drones are to follow this unit's commands to engage further targets or standby for further orders.
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No. 141805 ID: abb30a

DO NOT TURN INTO SOMETHING THAT WILL MAIM THE BYSTANDERS
I shouldn't need to clarify that but you seem kind of insane!!
>>
No. 141807 ID: c0f3bf

Close to eachother at close range?

>Spray bullets rapidly at them
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No. 141811 ID: 632862

How about a stun-gun?
>>
No. 141813 ID: 701a19

Nanorobotics can be controlled. They will only attack targets they are told to attack.
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No. 141820 ID: 3b6c92

>>141805
>you seem kind of insane!!
As a collective entity? We probably are. Point taken though.

>>141813
To be honest I like this idea. Seems remarkably efficient.
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No. 141822 ID: 632862

Well, I guess we can put the nanites in the watergun so we don't have to change shape or anything. Set the nanites to only affect organic matter, and make them smart enough to ignore anything except those 5 hostiles. So, all the bystanders will be unharmed if they get splashed.
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No. 141823 ID: 632862

Oh wait, they need to be able to destroy the turret as well... Make a special case just for that structure.
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No. 141831 ID: c0f3bf

We can use the nanites to take care of the organics, then ask Narus to throw us at the robot and try that contact-atomic disruptor.
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No. 141897 ID: 34470e

>>141813
I vote this.
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No. 141909 ID: 8d7dd2

What about making the nanites survive for less than a second outside the environment of the hostile organisms? Granted, that'd involve knowing more about their biology than we do.

...Don't we have a laser and a flamethrower? Surely we can just leap out of Narus's hands and TORCH THEM TO A CRISP. Or laser them to a crisp. Either way, crisping of the enemy seems like a good idea right about now.
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No. 142030 ID: 2a6fd3

I guess the best bet is nanorobots, despite how cruel it will be to disassemble a living thing.
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No. 142033 ID: 3b6c92

>>142030
Hey, Narus asked for something to "destroy" those guys.
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No. 142036 ID: 2a6fd3

>>142033
There are plenty faster, less painful, and terrifying to watch things than nanites disassembling a person down to its components though! Have some compassion!
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No. 142041 ID: 3b6c92

>>142036
I don't disagree with you.

Just saying it fits "destroy" pretty well.
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No. 142048 ID: 8ecfd4

>>141831
I'm seconding this one. Weaponised nanorobots are always great fun and I really want to see how our atomic disruptor thingie works.
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No. 142070 ID: 701a19

>>142036
Compassion is an emotional response, and one which is best used as a weapon against our enemies.
These hostiles have attacked a civilian transport. This is something which must be discouraged. The most effective way to discourage such behavior is with immediate and horrific retribution. The goal is not just to kill them, but to make those who would follow proceed with caution.

Further, they demanded for us to be handed over. Responding immediately on our own helps establish that we are a player, not a pawn.

Also, I believe the best course of action to dispose of the nanites would be to append them to our own form as a means of increasing mobility and functionality.
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No. 145361 ID: 216108
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145361

>>141801
>>141820
>>141822
>>141831
>>141897
>>142030
>>142048
Impulse weight registered (7) is sufficient for destructive nanomachines using water gun delivery system.Choose one target for first shot.Bystanders are targetable but are not rendered symbolically.Current target appears unarmed.

rendering symbolic map


Nanobots sounds good. I guess you're in control?
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No. 145402 ID: 632862

Spray all over the place. Water doesn't have to go in one direction.
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No. 145407 ID: c0f3bf

>>145402
Generate and spray nanobots in water -everywhere-, exclude bystanders from their list of targets.
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No. 145701 ID: 2a6fd3

>>145402
>>145407
The water is meant to be directed, jeez.

Aim it at the bad dudes.
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No. 145707 ID: 8ecfd4

>>145361
Start by shooting alien 1 in the eyes. Then shoot the other ones in rapid succession.
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No. 145709 ID: 3b6c92

>>145707
This is a good plan.
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No. 145728 ID: 697b23

>>145707
I am in support of this more ordered plan.
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No. 145752 ID: 15f6d6

>>145707
This
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No. 145754 ID: 632862

>>145707
Switching my vote to this. Rapid-fire might work better than a shotgun? It's worth a shot.
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No. 147756 ID: ddac14

Keep our liquid-propulsion gun, replace water with nanobots of some description. Something that sears, seals or damages "surface" organic matter, crippling the target like acid burns and incapacitating. Give them very limited rapid replication abilities, limited in that they will not exceed a certain population number and are calibrated to only replicate while target is not incapacitated. Target alien 1, fire off a quick batch of liquid-nanobots to sear the creepy thing's eyes shut!
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No. 148120 ID: c0f3bf

>>145707
Switching to this.
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No. 148922 ID: abb30a
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148922

[[aaaugh my perspective, it hurts]]

>>145707
>>145709
>>145728
>>145752
>>145754
>>147756
>>148120
( >>145701 )
impulse weight 7(+1) is sufficient to blind 1 enemy and fire at two more before they can act.
The first creature screams as its eyes dissolve.
-PTT-
Before being reached by nanomachines, another discharges its weapon.projection of projectile's path predicts that it will come to rest in Narus' chest.
continue firing at targets?

>>
No. 148924 ID: 632862

>>148922
Negative. Protect Narus. Deflect the projectile.
>>
No. 148925 ID: c0f3bf

Generate kinetic barrier directly in its path.
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No. 148983 ID: 06d3d9

>>148922
Wait, why choose between the two? Let's use a graviton field to redirect the projectile back at the enemies. Or some kind of superscience nonsense like that. :3
>>
No. 149006 ID: 5eea01

Redirection is fine, but it sounds a bit trickier to accomplish, so I'm voting for just regular blocking/deflection.
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No. 149158 ID: 8d7dd2

>>148922
Deflect the projectile by any means, up to and including actually jumping towards it.

...wait. What are the chances of us surviving contact with whatever projectile? How sturdy are we again?
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No. 149166 ID: 8ecfd4

>>148925
Go with this one.
>>
No. 149167 ID: 632862

>>148925
Kinetic barrier sounds appropriate.
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No. 149859 ID: abb30a
File 126906289226.png - (146.31KB , 640x480 , 41.png )
149859

>>148924 / >>149167
>>148925
>>149006
>>149166
(>>148983
>>149158)
impulse weight 4(+2) is sufficient to deflect projectile using kinetic barrier.

"Hggeh!"
WHOAH that's new you are really fast

>>149158
Estimated probability of self being damaged from deflecting such projectiles by direct physical contact: 0

two targets remain.

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No. 149862 ID: abb30a
File 126906311931.png - (146.44KB , 640x480 , 41.png )
149862

visual error corrected.
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No. 149869 ID: c0f3bf

Use Narus as pad to jump directly to the robot, spray nanomachines at the remaining organics. Same target parameters, ignoring civilians.
>>
No. 149957 ID: 632862

Continue spraying nanowater on targets.
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No. 150021 ID: 8ecfd4

>>149862
This one. Simply because it's the most badass way to do it.
>>
No. 150068 ID: 15f6d6

>>149869
This
>>
No. 150453 ID: 23ebea

Badass, but not practical.

It leaves Narus undefended.

How about we equip a more potent weapon like i dunno, an electrolaser? Come on. Directed lightning.
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No. 150561 ID: 632862

>>150453
Okay sure, anything that doesn't involve leaving Narus unprotected. A Lightning Gun is a good weapon. Now if we can only get a few more people to agree to it we might be able to use it.
>>
No. 150579 ID: 717301

Firing off lighting seems like a bad idea in a crowded area. Can't we go with some plasmy? If not a laser is fine too. (Maser is better because it diffuses less.)
>>
No. 150581 ID: bf49dc

>>150453
>>150561
Stick with the nanomachines, they worked well and can't hurt bystanders. Also a lightning gun would be very difficult to control, and could easily hit civilians, and Narus doesn't want that. They could be resistant to electricity as well, but we know that nanomachines work.
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No. 150592 ID: 632862

>>150581
Okay this then. Back to nanobot spray.
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No. 150833 ID: abb30a
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150833

bystanders were audible initially, but have stopped talking amongst themselves.they do not interfere.

>>149957
>>150581
>>150592
(>>149869
>>150021)

impulse weight 3(+2) is sufficient to strike remaining targets.
alien 1 is now mostly a puddle.aliens 2 and 5 have begun to melt chunkily.
aliens 3 and 4 each fire once, and their limbs have not yet disintegrated.

one unit impulse weight remains active in kinetic barrier.add more to it?spend it somewhere else?store it for later use?

>>
No. 150834 ID: 632862

>>150833
Add more to the barrier.
>>
No. 150835 ID: abb30a

>>150833
[[that should be 2(+2) because I counted shiitake twice accidentally. It still works out ok for you]]
>>
No. 150836 ID: bf49dc

Keep impulse weight in kinetic barrier, add any leftover weight to it.
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No. 150837 ID: 701a19

>>150833
Alter the nanobots in the cannon to repurpose existing nanobots to finish their current task and then investigate the machine.
Then spray the puddles, but not the chunky or functional aliens.

Stay here and protect Narus.
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No. 150867 ID: 19ecf1

>>150833
I believe killing two is good enough.. for now...

They're after us, the ball. So if the ball audibally can make a threat to take out the other two, they might comply to us...

Taking out something big and in-sight may strengthen our point...

So hold the weight.
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No. 150936 ID: 8ecfd4

>>145361
Maintain shield on Naru while reprogramming the nanobots from the first hit alien to target the two other that are still standing.
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No. 150958 ID: abb30a
File 126931015391.png - (17.85KB , 640x480 , 43.png )
150958

>>150834
>>150836
>>150867
>>150936
(>>150837)

Impulse weight of 4(+1) prevents the bulk of the force of the projectiles from being imparted on Narus' flesh.both projectiles were travelling faster than the first, and the second of these cuts Narus slightly as it falls to the ground.there are no targets left who have not been hit.


"Ek! hffff" ow that could have been worse

aliens 3 and 4 drop their weapons due to their limbs becoming detached.they scream.alien 4 says something in its language as it dies.
"You won't escape!"comes the same voice as earlier.Narus notices that it comes from the same place as before:the machine.
"Uegh,"responds Narus, throwing the ballbot at the machine.
>>
No. 150959 ID: 632862

>>150958
It's time to extend a multitude of limbs. Grapple onto the robot and TAKE IT OVER.
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No. 150960 ID: bf49dc

Find access ports. Extract data after destroying broadcasting ability.
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No. 150965 ID: 23ebea
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150965

Don't worry Narus, I'm sure we can heal that.

Time to become the scary death orb from Phantasm!
>>
No. 150971 ID: 191507

>>150958

DRINK POWERTHIRST

USE YOUR ENERGY LEGS TO KICK THEM IN THE FACE.
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No. 150999 ID: 701a19

Reprogram the nanobots to swarm the machine after they finish their task and analyze is as best they can.
>>
No. 151121 ID: bffa2a

>>150958

Attempt to drain all it's power for our use disabling it in the process if we can. Otherwise stick to disarming it with nanos or use the contact-atomic disruptor if energy permits.
>>
No. 151128 ID: 701a19

>>151121
Yes, because no bombs are triggered by a sudden loss of power.

Swarm and analyze. Only disarm and dismantle it if it's a serious threat.
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No. 151137 ID: 632862

So... It looks like we want to latch onto it and use nanobots to find out what the machine does?

Okay, I can get behind that.
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No. 151569 ID: abb30a
File 126948331450.png - (12.32KB , 640x480 , 44.png )
151569

>>150960
>>150999
>>151128
>>151137
Impulse weight 4 is enough to latch onto machine and convert nanomachines to analyse it for basic function.
...
result:
it is an external communication device, used to translate languages between people within hearing range.it is an alternative to translation implants and other similar devices.it is also broadcasting its location.

>>150960
it contains no new data.it is now no longer capable of broadcasting anything, excepting translated speech

"So uhhhh, voicebot. what's going on? What is that thing?"
the machine makes noises like the aliens had made
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No. 151576 ID: 632862

>>151569
Oh, it looks like it's just a translator that was broadcasting our location as well. We disabled the beacon, so it's just a translator now. The main threat has passed, but they could send more troops at us.

Hmm. Let's go around and collect all the nanobot pools. Don't want to leave a mess behind. Possibly analyze their weapons so that we get better at creating similar ones?
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No. 151624 ID: abb30a
File 126948880722.png - (116.11KB , 640x480 , 45.png )
151624

armoured security-types come in, and a voice is heard.
"Due to the events that have occurred on this level, We will be engaging in appropriate protocols. If you do not know the specifics of this, see the manuals, which are located at the end of this room farthest from the doors."

Oh cool. That means we're taking another path and they're warning the Wur spaceport and stuff. We'll be pretty safe then. Unless those alien guys have crazy super-advanced technology, I don't think they'll be able to get us while we're in transit. If they have anything like YOU, that would be way bad, but I'm guessing they don't or like they would have used it to capture you.

>>151576
engaging in task
Alright... You should pick up the stray projectiles, too. And try to salvage as much of the aliens as you can.

"Alright, it's just a translator. Is anyone else harmed?"
no one is, but they are confused.
"I'll try my best to explain..."he says. looking at the security-types.everyone wants to hear what he has to say, so they do not speak.
Narus explains first what he knows about the voiceball to the crowd that is gathering a little around him, and says not to interrupt it.people glance at it occasionally.
Afterward he explains the attack that just transpired.there are questions throughout, which Narus answers when he can.

task is completed, but one of the projectiles could not be located.
the crowd disperses, to converse with each other.the security types make sure everyone feels comfortable before taking up positions at the doors.


That was exciting and terrifying, dudes. Well uh, the trip is still going to take a while. You'll get a nice long view out the window if you still want it. Is there anything else?
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No. 151627 ID: 23ebea
File 126948922917.gif - (720.16KB , 250x250 , greenlanternnarus.gif )
151627

HNNNNNNNNG

Hey, Narus, put this ring around one of your fingers. It allows you to manifest your imagination as a type of solid green energy. It is very powerful, and you can use it to both attack and defend.

Yknow, just in case.
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No. 151629 ID: 632862

>>151624
One of the projectiles is missing. It's slightly worrying. Hmm.
[estimate trajectory of missing projectile]

Hey, that reminds me. You got cut a little. I'm going to try to give you first aid. I'll leave the nanobots out. I don't trust them when it comes to medical uses. Oh, I'll fix your shirt too.
[attempt repair of Narus via regenerative spray, not nanite-based, then repair the shirt via micro-stitching]
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No. 151632 ID: 701a19

>>151627
>>151629
Agreed. (+1 impulse weight!)
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No. 151635 ID: 632862

>>151629
(oops, make that shorts, not shirt)
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No. 151641 ID: 549433

>>151629
Yes, I agree. Adding weight to healing Narus. Personally I'd prefer lasers but I guess a spray of some sort works too.
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No. 151683 ID: bf49dc

>>151629
Yes. But take a small blood sample too.
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No. 151951 ID: abb30a
File 126954568956.png - (10.13KB , 332x440 , 46.png )
151951

>>151629/>>151635
>>151632
>>151641
>>151683
impulse weight 4 is enough to heal wound and repair shorts using a spray (which does not incorporate nanomachines) and micro-stitching.a tiny blood sample is taken.

Oh yeah I picked it up and pocketed it. Thought you'd notice.
I actually totally forgot I was cut! Good of you to remember.
This vacation is becoming pretty unrelaxing!

>>151627
>>151632
Impulse weight 2 is only enough to produce a Power Ring with the yellow impurity, with the ability to manifest or demanifest a uniform and to translate languages, and an enourmous requirement of will to manifest constructs. Narus will presently be unable to produce constructs.a limited protective barrier can be generated, which will not enable flight but will cause a negligible ability to jump more effectively.

Ok... uniform appears on Narus.he tries to create something, but it fizzles.
Wha. Is this outfit normal? Where did my other clothes go?
uniform disappears, replaced by his other clothes.Narus stares at the Ring.
Uhh!
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No. 151955 ID: 23ebea

>>151951
Well! We tried. Maybe it'll get more powerful. (IF MORE PEOPLE ADD POWER AURGH.)
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No. 151959 ID: 8ecfd4

>>151951
You know what. Let's just give him some nanobots who are to enhance him and boost his immune system and healing and shit. They could enhance his streangth somewhat as well as hardening his bones.
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No. 151961 ID: 632862

>>151955
Let's reconstruct it with more efficiency, then!
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No. 151974 ID: 1ac39d

>>151955
MORE POWER (+1 impulse)!!
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No. 151976 ID: abb30a

>>151955
Maybe we should just relax... he sits back in his chair and looks out the window

>>151961
>>151974
impulse weight increased to 4. There is only slight improvement.

>>151959
impulse weight of 1 to this task is insufficient.

become dormant until arrival at destination?peruse stored pages?other?

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No. 151978 ID: 8ecfd4

>>151976
Promise Naru that we will make him balls to the walls awesome. Just not yet. Then go dormant until we get there.
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No. 151982 ID: 632862

>>151976
Peruse stored pages. What are the options?
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No. 151983 ID: bf49dc

>>151982
Pages.
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No. 151989 ID: 42148f

Nah, let's just go dormant, so we can speed up the story line. Perusing pages will just lead to more porn research, and probably frustration at lack of content due to limitations of stored pages.
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No. 152022 ID: abb30a

[[uagh formatting issues!]]
>>151978
That sounds uh. Is that like an idiom or something?

>>151978
>>151982
>>151983
>>151989
will become dormant if no pages are selected.
stored pages with unread text:

culturally Significant Events
culturally Significant Events>Hyperdimensional matter
culturally Significant Events>First Contact
Anatomy and Culture
Anatomical comparison of Enials and Cyrals
Index of pornographic materials
Anatomical comparison of Enials and Cyrals >Enial/Cyral Hybrids query results
Anatomical comparison of Enials and Cyrals >Differences of Reproductive Organs in Enial and Cyral species query results
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No. 152037 ID: 632862

>>152022
>culturally Significant Events>Hyperdimensional matter
and
>culturally Significant Events>First Contact
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No. 152077 ID: bf49dc

>>152037
Pretty much that.

And analyze blood sample.
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No. 152112 ID: abb30a
File 12695669479.png - (281.04KB , 640x480 , 47.png )
152112

>>152037
>>152077
...Along with the observational tools, the first of these people came a simple device for storing objects in a space with an extra axis, the technology behind which has been immensely useful in saving room. She would not explain the workings of these. The second such person helped greatly refine what we knew about higher dimensions, but was reluctant to show us anything new. With his help, we were able to replicate the devices given to us by the first. These first two hyperdimensional people never revealed their names, but the third has given us the name "Dessen" to call it by....
read more of page?

viewing next query.
...
biology, linguistics, and statistical analysis, along with others. The Cramakc were already advanced enough that they didn't have to worry about us doing anything harmful to them, and they knew it. The aesthetic of their technology's was definitely an influence on us. Their tendency to make items whose appearance does not belie their function caused a stark contrast to our own items. The idea caught on very well in the public, giving rise to the popularity of appliances and architecture with hidden panels, buttons, niches, and so on. At the time, their tools were simply confusing. ...
read more of page?

read another page?

>>152077
A minuscule amount of Silirw Cyral blood, containing chemicals that indicate the presence of heightened mental vivication, as well as ones indicating a lethargic lifestyle, and masculinity, with trace amounts of synthetic fabric.analyse any specific aspect?
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No. 152115 ID: bf49dc

Lethargic lifestyle, analyze that. Also read more of the first page.
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No. 152174 ID: abb30a
File 126957279472.png - (254.62KB , 640x480 , 48.png )
152174

>>152115
Clarification: "any specific aspect" includes aspects not yet analysed, such as taste and consistency, or the presence of more chemical indicators

Lethargic lifestyle is indicated by a lack of chemicals that are produced in the case of frequent physical exertion and larger amounts of chemicals that build up in low activity.it should be noted that this sample is extremely small and does not contain as much information as a larger sample would.


It has declined to give us new technology, but has revealed the existence of other universes and demonstrated things that defy our understanding of our own. Examples include spontaneous generation of wormholes, and its ability to alter the physical properties of itself and other objects, such as gravity and even temperature (which is particularly baffling), by methods which could not be identified. It has only appeared in the last [[~1 decade]], and not all of Uis has heard of it, for various reasons. There has been speculation about its intentions, particularly after the Epicentral government said that it sometimes walks among us, but does not reveal itself. We do know that it was created as an observational tool,...
read more of page?read another page?

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No. 152177 ID: 632862

>>152174
Any other chemical indicators? Such as, allergies, biological problems like a heart deformity or something?

Wait, who are we even speaking to? I thought this was an internal program but it seems to have initiative of its own.

Also, read more of page.
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No. 152181 ID: bf49dc

What sized sample would be needed for further analysis? Read another page.

...Ascertain viability of becoming Narus' exoskeleton.
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No. 152195 ID: 701a19

>>151959
+1

Analyze his blood for toxins, and do the same for the projectiles.

Use nanobots to create a malleable form around us which we can use as an extended body. Disguise it as a pet.
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No. 152594 ID: abb30a
File 126962738282.png - (305.33KB , 640x480 , 49.png )
152594

>>152177
other indicators, etc.: good health, possible recent sexual activity, possible recently begun digestion of food.no indicators of defects.a larger sample might reveal any if they are present.

device interface.

...
by an extrauniversal civilisation that we can only assume exists from Dessen's testimony. It claims that they seek perfection in all things, and that it is part of this process. The possibility of other universes has ben a topic of fiction and discussion for millenia, so having confirmation of their existence raises many questions, scientific and philosophical. That's a little beyond the scope of this text, though.
Page ends here with a list of references to other sources of information about the topics of extradimensional objects and people, and other universes.read another stored page?

>>152181
Further analysis can be performed on this sample, which will be about as accurate as the previous analyses. Smallest larger sample to produce particularly improved results would be a small, easily visible droplet.

prospect is viable with enough backing


>>152195
Impulse weight of 2 to this task is insufficient.

Toxin levels in this sample are within acceptable limits.projectiles contain no toxins

task is complete

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No. 152773 ID: 632862

>>152594
Okay, read more of:
Historical entry 512
Anatomy and Culture
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No. 152834 ID: abb30a
File 126965018328.png - (343.34KB , 640x480 , 50.png )
152834

>>152773
Now that we embrace the aesthetic, we confuse aliens who sees our [[produced things]] too. By using certain conventions in construction, we can make it intuitive to discover what an object does, for those who know what to look for. People realized very quickly after the style became widespread that it could get out of hand very quickly (which it did), and the then-active acting group, "We Want You To Watch Us," performed a sketch featuring the idea on their television programme....
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viewing next query
Many numbering systems were considered before a base-based system, the duodecimal system we use today, was finally settled upon. Of course, no one really counts on their digits anymore except as an occasional mental aid. image is accompanied by the text, "The symbol of a stylised Enial hand with its fingers between a similar Cyral hand has become synonymous with mathematics, nature, and unity."
The ridgeflaps at the side of the Enial's upper body, from behind the eyes to the base of the wings, can be used to suspend things from, such as jewellery. This is a fairly common practice which arose independently in multiple regions. Sometimes pieces of dirt can become stuck in the ridgeflaps and cause irritation and other problems. Stretching beyond the earliest recorded history, people have come up with devices for cleaning them....
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No. 152901 ID: bf49dc

Check on Narus.
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No. 152944 ID: abb30a
File 126967151116.png - (167.02KB , 640x480 , 51.png )
152944

>>152901
What's up dudes? And are you disguising yourself as a pet?
Oh, and I just noticed my shorts are almost dry now. Not really worth walking to the washroom at this point!
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No. 152946 ID: 632862

>>152944
Hey, can we have a drop of your blood to analyze?
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No. 152949 ID: bf49dc

Dry Narus' shorts.

Narus we want some of your blood, kay? We promise we won't use it for horrible supervillainous purposes!
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No. 152952 ID: 1ac39d

the next smallest that would give better results is a drop. maximum can be had if we get a full tissue analysis, a bit of bone, blood, skin, marrow, nerve, and muscle.
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No. 152972 ID: 23ebea

Whoa dudes we don't need to play doctor on Narus. The dude is fine.

What's that nebula thing?
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No. 152973 ID: bf49dc

What if he has some kind of rare disease that'll kill him if it isn't caught? And we're curious!
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No. 153197 ID: abb30a
File 126973371176.png - (80.93KB , 332x440 , 52.png )
153197

>>152946
>>152949
Uhhh. Blood... Just a drop? That should be ok... I try to conserve my fluids for Dessen, but a drop should be fine... Are you trying to see if you have blood-testing capability?

>>152949
Narus' shorts begin to dry faster

>>152952
Whoah hey! That's a little too much to ask all at once, man. A drop of blood is all I'll willingly give you right now. What is it with people from other universes and wanting samples?

>>152972
Yeah, I'm fine.

I'm not an expert in space stuff... I don't know anything about that particular nebula.

>>152973
We have loads of devices to detect diseases. I wouldn't have been able to get on this craft if I had any that were contagious, and if I had any that weren't I would've at least been notified. Feel free to look just in case. Where do you want the sample from?

in display, yellow corresponds roughly with sensitivity and purple corresponds roughly with distribution of blood
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No. 153201 ID: 8ecfd4

>>153197
Lets take the sample from one of his arm veins.
>>
No. 153223 ID: 632862

One drop from the lower arm, then.
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No. 153337 ID: 19ecf1

>>153197
tail tip.
low sensitivity, and we only need a drop of it.
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No. 153341 ID: 717301

right there on his head looks like a good spot, almost no sensitivity and a good amount of blood density.
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No. 153353 ID: 701a19

>>153337
Tail. It's not just sensitivity, it's also location. The closer pain is to the head the harder it is to ignore.

Narus: Yea, we're seeing if we can test blood. However, our ulterior motive is checking your health, not research.
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No. 153373 ID: 23ebea

Tail, yeah.
>>
No. 153376 ID: 1ac39d

and also maybe figure out how to make some knock-out gas and grant you immunity to it. for that odd case where another Silirw Cyral tries to hurt you but don't want to kill it.
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No. 154252 ID: abb30a
File 126983310960.png - (28.76KB , 640x480 , 53.png )
154252

>>153341
Actually I think that's a bad idea. How do you know that stuff anyway?

>>153353
I... see...

>>153376
A Cyral would be more likely to attack me than an Enial, but Silirw rarely attack each other at all. We've had like, 6 wars in recorded history, ever. I wasn't stopped on the way to this craft, even though I'm carrying a knife. You probably just looked like a storage device or something... Anyway I wouldn't have had this leeway if we weren't known for only attacking when really provoked. Still... that gas and immunity could be useful... How would you make me like, immune, though?

>>153337
>>153353
>>153373
Narus flinches slightly when needle is inserted.one drop's worth of blood is extracted.open end of tube is sealed before it is taken out, to prevent contamination of the sample
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No. 154253 ID: bf49dc

Most excellent. Create a teeny tiny band-aid. Analyze blood.
>>
No. 154254 ID: 632862

Add impulse weight to the 'disguise'.

Analyze blood. Check for any abnormalities, and record the full genetic information for use later.
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No. 154296 ID: 632862

>>154252
Oh, how do we know this stuff?

We simply got a fuzzy image of sensitivity/blood density gradients, presumably from our on-contact analysis capabilities.
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No. 154305 ID: 1ac39d

recombinant genetic engineering. we simply make it so your body reacts to it differently then any other member of your race would. we will probably need samples of others so as to compare similarities and differences, 10 should be good enough, 100 would be perfect.

>>154254
(+1) to this.
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No. 154309 ID: bf49dc

>>154254
Add to disguise, that needs more work.
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No. 154316 ID: 3b6c92

>>154309
I'll cast a vote for this too.
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No. 154559 ID: 8ecfd4

>>154254
Sure lets go with disguise.
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No. 154838 ID: abb30a
File 126989386089.png - (470.46KB , 640x480 , p3.png )
154838

------------
"...new casings."
------------
[[paused for a day or two! :V]]
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No. 158440 ID: abb30a
File 127027405116.png - (56.77KB , 640x480 , 54.png )
158440

>>154253
tiny band-aid created.apply?

>>154253
>>154254
>>154305
Silirw Cyral blood, containing chemicals that indicate masculinity, a lethargic lifestyle, good health, possible recent sexual activity, and recently begun digestion of food.no indicators of defects.viscosity and adhesion are low.toxin levels are within normal limits.no diseases detected.available genetic information recorded

>>154254
>>154305
>>154309
>>154316
>>154559
currently registered impulse weight (6) toward disguise results in prominent use of symbol used to indicate that the thing it is displayed upon is a pet(shown as a grey rectangle in current view).leash is generated, which can be held or tied to things.Narus picks up the end of it.
No one here's going to think you're my pet, y'know. You'd look convincing anyone who wasn't here for my explanation though, I think.he fiddles absentmindedly with his end of the leash

>>154296
Hmm. How about the 'pet' symbol then? Something similar I guess...

>>154305
DIY genetic engineering does not sound like a very safe plan to me...! Also it would raise a lot of attention to get a bunch of blood samples from people. This has already called enough attention to me... So far I've told everyone here it's best if they like, don't know my name, or spread the word about this. I don't think it will get out except probably to the Epicentral government, who'll have all the data on who got on with what and who left with what... And a few people will look at that... Auh, I don't think Dessen will like this at all...
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No. 158441 ID: 3b6c92

>>158440
Sup again Narus.

First off, >>154838, if you can see that, we're getting more images of that freaky black and orange and purple thing. I don't know where this is. I don't know what the significance of "new casings" is either. I have a generally uncomfortable feeling about it, though.

Also, thanks to our weird relationship with time and space, we were able to go through a little hypothetical situation type thing that brought up the issue of, well. Do you think we could try modifying your physical appearance, as long as everyone here still thinks you're weird anyway and we're waiting for this thing to get to, uh, Wur, was it? (Pursuant to your own requests of course. We are supposed to be helping you out, after all.

... I'm pretty sure.)
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No. 158442 ID: 3de05a

>>158440
Okay then.

How do you feel about physical augmentation? We could make you stronger or taller or give you more limbs or anything you like, probably. Granted you already told us not to use nanobots on you, so it might be a little difficult.
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No. 158457 ID: 288dda

Let's slap that band-aid on there.

Wait. Actually, change bandage color to pink and add an image of a kitten face to the outer surface, then apply. So kawaii~


Narus - we're almost entirely sure that nothing will go wrong here when we start tinkering with your physical structure. Just tell us what body parts you feel you lack, and we shall provide.

But in the meantime, this voice is interested in the arts of your species. Do you have any music or [magnetic sense] recordings?
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No. 158460 ID: af61ca

>>158440
DEMOCRAA-- wait I have nothing to vote on.

uhh.

wait no yes I do!

>>158457
DEMOCRACCCYYYYY
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No. 158461 ID: 34470e

>>158457
If you have music, what kind of music do you like?
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No. 158470 ID: 3b6c92

>>158461
Man if you guys got music you gotta let us listen to that.
>>
No. 158474 ID: 3b6c92
 

>>158470
And here's some music from us.

Well, me.

We've got rather a lot of it.
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No. 158486 ID: 3de05a

Hey Narus, can we lick you? Like, on the leg.

[lick Narus with permission]
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No. 158497 ID: 3b6c92

>>158486
Haha, yes.
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No. 158500 ID: 34470e

>>158486
Adding to impulse weight. We're going to lick you so good.
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No. 158503 ID: 15f6d6

Lick impulse increasing.
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No. 158512 ID: af61ca

>>158486
DELICKRACY

oh do you see what I did there.
>>
No. 158815 ID: 7d79c9

Lick him intimately.
>>
No. 158819 ID: 559e17

LEEEECK EEEET
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No. 158826 ID: f43c35

Lick anywhere *but* intimately!
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No. 158830 ID: 9a1fa4

>Lick Narus everywhere
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No. 158949 ID: af61ca

>>158815
INTIMATELY.
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No. 158973 ID: 37456c

GIVE HIM A FULL-BODY MASSAGE WITH YOUR TONGUE!
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No. 158981 ID: 9a1fa4

>>158486
>>158497
>>158500
>>158503
>>158512
>>158815
>>158819
>>158826
>>158830
>>158949
>>158973
ADD TAG NONLETHAL/NONDAMAGING
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No. 158988 ID: c2c011

>>158486
Can't really stop this from happening now. Just make sure it's no extremly creepy and shit.

Do we even have a tongue to lick things with?
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No. 158996 ID: 288dda

>>158988
Apparently we will soon. In fact, we're probably going to look like the Rolling Stones logo in just a second.

For what it's worth (not much) -1 vote to licking our native guide.
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No. 159055 ID: 3de05a

It's already been specified to limit the lick to the leg. -1 to any other location.
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No. 159094 ID: 701a19

Wait, what are you guys-
ACK! NARUS! GET AWAY FROM US! QUICK!
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No. 159163 ID: abb30a
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159163

>>158441
...Hey.

I can see that. It definitely looks sort of like Dessen when it's feeding, now that I see it. I don't like, understand what this means at all, or what exactly I'm even seeing. Yeah... "New casings" is probably not something good.

Uhh I'd be ok with that except... Well I guess actually uhhh. Yeah. Try something small. Yup, we're going to Wur.

>>158442
If I was really unhappy with my body, I could get it modified.

>158457
task completed

You really want to change me that much? Geez... let's start with... hm. Being stronger sounds good.

Ah, we do have those. The [[magnetic sense]] recordings are neat, but they're really more of a novelty than anything. We have much finer hearing than [[magnetic sensing]]. We've also got soundscapes, which are recordings, or simulations of recordings, of locations. The idea is you close your eyes and imagine what it's like to actually be in those places as the sounds take you on like a tour. Some of the simulated ones are really realistic but also represent places that don't make sense spatially. Those are cool.

>>158460
You're crazy.

>>158461
Usually I like soothing music. I can appreciate even really crazy music, but I don't go out of my way to listen to it. Visual art is one of my favourite past-times, up there with sex and [[video games/board games]], and I often like to listen to something calm while painting or what have you.

>>158470
I'll try. Remind me when we get back to Uis.

>>158474
I have only been on mind-altering drugs a few times, but this reminds me of that. Are those things what you look like?

>>158486
>>158497
>>158500
>>158512
Uhh. Yeahhhh...?

>>159094
wha...

>>158486
>>158497
>>158500
>>158503
>>158512
>>158815
>>158819
>>158826
>>158830
>>158988
[>>158996]
impulse weight registered to licking Narus with his permission (10[-1]) results in wrapping around Narus' leg, completely engulfing it from the foot up and into his shorts, exiting above the tail.employing tongue.description: non-lumpy, slightly rough texture.tension of the skin shifts around and muscles expand and contract.blood slides through veins beneath the skin, constricted slightly by pressure from tongue.skin's taste is light, very slightly savoury, and slightly bitter.there is a flap of folded skin, thinner than the surrounding skin but slightly denser.past is slightly mucous, with a smoother surface contacted immediately.all skin contacted quivers as the tongue slides over it and lightly massages, with response particularly toward the foot and base of the leg.shorts taste much like Earth khaki shorts, but have finer construction and are much smoother and more comfortable.

Narus' eyes widen at a particular moment
"ghhhuhhah" [[Holy crap]], that's a serious lick! [[Jesus]]!
Narus closes his eyes briefly. his leg shudders as the tongue slides off of it, followed by the rest of him.he slides a hand down his face.
If I meet any more aliens from other universes and they want to take samples from my body and lick me with giant tongues I will be very frightened of what's out there because three of you is incredibly freaky!
he pulls both of his legs toward him and looks concerned
"Don't um, lick me any more... please."
That was just more than I expected.
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No. 159166 ID: 1ac39d

well i thought it was a bad idea, and we are powered by voting, the more people want to do one thing the more powerful response our body has.

also, yes, we, or at least the humans, look mostly like that.
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No. 159168 ID: 3b6c92

>>159163
Whoops.

Okay, uh, so how do I explain this. Uh. When we decide to do something, um, if a bunch of us all agree on it, then we wind up doing with... more intensity.

In that case about a dozen of us all went with the suggestion, so, uh, yeah we kind of overdid that a whole lot. ._.`

Anyway, yeah, those things in that video are what we look like. You seem weird to us, so I guess it would make sense that we'd seem weird to you.

So, you want us to try making you stronger? We could do that, I think.

...

We'll try not to overdo it, okay?

And yeah that guy seems quite insane.
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No. 159171 ID: 701a19

>>159163
Ugh, I'm sorry about that, Narus. I think that was basically a seizure.

Here, I think we have enough information to do this now...

[Gather nanites and change form to that of a female Silirw Cyral of a different lineage than Narus and not matching any specific person seen so far.]
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No. 159172 ID: e3e829

>>159163
oh wow

hahaha

DEMOCRACY SAYS YOU SHALL BE STRONGER!
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No. 159173 ID: e3e829

>>159171
oh wow that sounds awesome

I'm voting for that too






VOTING!!!
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No. 159184 ID: f21281

Gentlemen, we can rebuild him. We can make him better. Faster. Stronger. We have the technology.

*six million dollar Silirw theme plays*
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No. 159185 ID: 34470e

>>159171
I'm actually against that.
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No. 159188 ID: 67c611

-1 to being anything other than the following suggestion. [can I even do that?]

+1 to disguising ourselves as, and replacing/absorbing, Narus's shirt. On second thought let's sort of cover it so when we slither off he still has a shirt on. Well now that I've been thinking about it a while why don't we form a thin transparent film over most of his body. Cover everything that won't harm him. We can bulk up into body armor in an instant.
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No. 159190 ID: 701a19

Changing this suggestion:
>>159171

Rather than changing our form now, lets instead prepare a form now so we can deploy it later with a far lower impulse threshold.
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No. 159192 ID: 3b6c92

>>159188
That is not a bad idea.
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No. 159207 ID: 3de05a

Sorry! We got carried away. Oh hey, speaking of Dessen, you said he had a kind of symbiotic relationship with you, and you reserve your fluids for him. Does he like, drink your blood or something?

I'm going to go along with the strength increase on two conditions: Nanite presence is temporary, and strength is limited to twice of normal ability. If we make him too strong he risks damaging things without meaning to.
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No. 159250 ID: abb30a

>>159166
Oh...

Hm. Are your clothes usually like that? They seem kind of odd.

>>159168
Alright.

>>159171
It's ok... Just try to give me a better warning next time.

>>159171/>>159190
>>159173
[>>159185
<>>159188>
<>>159192>]
impulse weight 3[-2] is stored toward this action

>>159168
>>159172
>>159184
[<>>159188>
<>>159192>]
impulse weight 3[-1] is sufficient to make Narus slightly stronger

>>159188
>>159192
impulse weight 2 is not sufficient to this task

>>159207
Yeah, like that sort of thing. In return it fills my brains with awesome feelings while it's feeding. It feels similarly to the way sex feels, but they're definitely not the same. I feel it in my whole body, more in sensitive places and wherever Dessen is touching. I'd like it even more if it weren't such a creepy process... Totally worth it, though.
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No. 159252 ID: 34470e

>>159250
I'm going to democracy making you stronger as well.
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No. 159255 ID: 3de05a

>>159250
Oh, really? We might be able to stimulate you like Dessen does. I mean, it seems like we could do anything with enough of a consensus... and that particular act doesn't sound difficult. We shouldn't try right now, though! People would stare.

We managed to increase your strength a little. More improvement could be made if we got more of a consensus going.

(hey new voices how about you add some impulse weight to the Green Power Ring so that it actually does something useful? Keep in mind you can vote for multiple things at once with no penalty.)
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No. 159256 ID: 3b6c92

>>159255
You raise a good point!

I'll add weight to both of those.
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No. 159259 ID: af61ca

>>159255
I am made of impulse weight and voting
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No. 159313 ID: 67c611

We could elect a captain. Someone who decided what to do and we would back them unconditionally. We would have to trust their judgment even if we disagreed with it. Whatever they decided to do would get done and done flawlessly. If we elect somebody stupid this has the potential to backfire on a scale never before seen on tgchan. And that's saying a lot.

For now let's try to keep a low profile and not attract any more attention than we already have. Holy shit. How the hell did I miss Narus wanting to be stronger? +1 strength.
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No. 159326 ID: 3de05a

>>159313
Nobody should have that kind of power. Even if they have only the best intentions, nobody is perfectly reliable. We all fuck up sometimes.
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No. 159327 ID: 1ac39d

>>159326
exactly, which is why we are powered by democracy!
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No. 159342 ID: 701a19

>>159255
+1 to each.
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No. 159486 ID: a1721a

Let's empower our lord and master a little. Nix on the goodfeelies, that would just be... awkward due to circumstances.
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No. 159548 ID: abb30a
File 127041032586.png - (5.10KB , 440x201 , 56.png )
159548

>>159252
>>159256
>>159259
>>159313
>>159342
>>159486
Impulse weight toward increasing Narus' strength is now at 6.
I feel stronger... he lifts himself, with one arm
Yep. Cool! I feel stronger... EVERYWHERE. But now's a bad time to really test that. Don't make me stronger than this for now!

>>159255
Hmm. Yeah, I'd be up for that experiment later. We couldn't make a regular thing out of it, though.

re-evaluation of currently stored impulse weights:
Green Power Ring: 7
Female Cyral body: 0
Increase Narus' strength: 6
Transparent armour film body: 2

also storing:
drop of Silirw Cyral blood
liquid remains of 5 aliens
2 sharp projectiles

become dormant until arrival?continue activity?

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No. 159553 ID: 559e17

I endorse female Cyral body and strengthening Narus, as lazy as he is.

I oppose the ring idea.
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No. 159558 ID: c2c011

>>159548
Add more power to the body armor.

Also, use interenet references and guides to make a neural implant that would give Narus' a very good knowledge and training in all forms of combat as well as preprogram reflexive responses for firefights and some basic close combat. Only implant it with his consent, if he doesn't consent then store it for later.
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No. 159559 ID: 344ef9

>>159553
No more strengthening Narus. Any more would be dangerous.

And why do you oppose the Green Power Ring? What possible reason could there be? We've already seen that it works, just not very well with the impulse weight that we've put into it. It's not like we have a limited amount of impulse weight to distribute.
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No. 159565 ID: 559e17

>>159559
The ring is just so...so...tacky! Not to mention boring.

And I kind of agree there, no more strength. This is fine for now.
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No. 159580 ID: dba7fa

-1 impulse to all proposals involving creating or becoming body armor for Narus.

Also, I'd like to clear the female Cyral body vote.
I will, instead, propose that we prepare a female Cyral form which Narus would consider fairly ordinary so that we have a prepared disguise available, but not enact it yet.
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No. 159584 ID: f3de2f
File 127041594059.jpg - (59.18KB , 420x400 , brassknuckles.jpg )
159584

We should become a pair of these.
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No. 159586 ID: f21281

>>159548
Voting to put some impulse points towards making Narus' body more efficient, to allow for an overall greater performance increase of bodily functions and improvement of general health.
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No. 159650 ID: 9a1fa4

Prepare (prepare only) female cyral form, nix the tacky ring, add armor coating.

Do not strengthen Narus, do however remove stagnation and restore bodily circulation (fix the lazy).
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No. 159714 ID: 3b6c92

>>159580
Sure, okay, I guess we could just prepare the form.

Also, what other people were saying about making Narus more efficient and compensating for his lazy a bit sounds good.
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No. 159716 ID: e3e829

>>159650 +1!
I have no original ideas of my own
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No. 159718 ID: 1ac39d

scan alien remains for anything from DNA to odd alloys.
after scan complete convert remains into extra mass and energy.
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No. 159825 ID: abb30a
File 127043871935.png - (75.17KB , 332x440 , 57.png )
159825

>>159580
>>159553
>>159650
>>159714
>>159716
Stored Cyral female form preparation registered at 5.

[>>159553]
Power Ring registered at 7[-2].Narus can't use it manifest things as such.

>>159553
[>>159559]
Narus' strength remains boosted by impulse weight of 6.

>>159558
[>>159580]
transparent armour film remains with 2 stored

Internet equivalents are currently unavailable


>>159584
What are they, exactly?

>>159586
>>159714
Impulse weight registered (2) is not sufficient to significantly increase Narus' bodily efficiency

>>159650
>>159714
Narus becomes slightly more healthy

>>159718
composition and structure of remains have been recorded.
conversion task complete;remains are unchanged.

Narus idly flexes his fingers and bends/unbends his legs

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No. 159829 ID: 344ef9

...let's just go inactive until we arrive.
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No. 159830 ID: 3b6c92

>>159825
So, since we're still waiting around.

Anything else you want us to try altering, since we already made you about as strong as you're comfortable with?
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No. 159832 ID: 3b6c92

>>159830
And yeah if you haven't got anything we're just gonna go dormant until we arrive or you need us for some reason.
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No. 159835 ID: 34470e

>>159825
I'm going to add to the stored Cyral female form.
>>159584
Those are brass knuckles. They're used to punch people better, but since you don't have any knuckles, I guess they're useless to you.
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No. 159837 ID: 1ac39d

>>159835
actually, that raises a point. how good are your people in unarmed hand to hand combat? would you be able to apply enough force with one hand to break another's skull?
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No. 159843 ID: 288dda

Sure, throwing weight behind vaguely creepy F Cyril disguise. (not saying I want the output to be creepy. It's just the premise)

Let's also attempt some minor further Narus-optimization. Metabolic efficiency, neural conduction speed.

Then hibernate due to lack of internet. Wake us up when we get there, Narus.
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No. 160049 ID: abb30a
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160049

>>159830
Nah, I wouldn't feel safe with anything else at the moment.

>>159832
Oh... Ok. Good-by, then.

>>159835
No, not quite like that.

>>159835
>>159843
Stored Cyral female form preparation registered at 7.

>>159843
Impulse weight registered (3) is sufficient to just barely increase Narus' bodily efficiency

>>159837
Normally I couldn't crush another Cyral's braincase or headplate, but I could possibly crush their jaw. I couldn't do anything like that to an Enial. Most people are.... ok at hand-to-hand combat...? I'm better than some, but my training had more of a focus on using a knife and avoiding getting stabbed by someone else's than fighting barehanded. When I won it was usually by surprising and outlasting my partners. Then there are people who study fighting and become REALLY good at different styles and stuff.

>>159829
>>159832
>>159843
dormancy activated (option 11100)
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