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97324 No. 97324 ID: 3a9db6

Well GOSH DARN IT!

The more they come, the worse they look!! JUST JOSHIN' YOU my friend! MY MY is it good to see you. Come on in, my friend, the thread is warm and toasty and BOY HOWDY do we love newcomers.

Make yourself right at home and DON'T YOU DARE be shy. Go ahead and answer any gall dang question you want! If you feel like askin' your favorite character ANYTHING at all, well you better call me CORRESPONDENCE McANSWERTON because you'll get your answer here, by gosh.


Previous ITQ threads, newest to oldest:

>>80766
>>76582
>>68983
>>50332
>>343117
>>338649
>>327658
>>319591
>>313335
>>1754

Current Lagotrope specific ITQ thread:
>>96269
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No. 135741 ID: f8fa51

That's... probably not a shirt you want to wear in public.
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No. 135927 ID: 0fae41

Chi from Shards: Are shinies tasty?
Rocks from Crash Recovery: What is the best rock?
Anyone from SEXCOM: When were C. Orgs invented, and for what purpose originally?
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No. 135947 ID: afe7de
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135947

>> 135927
[???] Hey CHI! Are SHINIES tasty?

Chi’s startled from her reverie, she was in the middle of a mid afternoon daydream session on the rooftop. She sticks her hand into her skirt pocket and pulls out a single SHINY. She gives it a lick, and after a moment eats it.

Chi: Dunno which stat you are, must be new.
Chi: But if I had to describe it they taste like the solid form of water.
Chi: Not like ice, but flavorless.
Chi: Though I’ve heard kin can grind it up and use it in anything from SALVES to FOOD
Chi: and there are ways to make it taste good
Chi: Though some kin like to eat them as a snack, eat enough and its kind of filling
Chi: [UNDERSTANDING] says there’s nutrients in them so you could make a meatless dietary supplement
Chi: But they come from CREATURES so it’s kind of a moot point if you’re trying to go VEGAN
Chi: Not that anyone CARES about going Vegan here, its mostly meat and seeds and similar stuff.
Chi: Well unless you start talking about the really good meals then thats a whole other thing.

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No. 136005 ID: d7ed04

Cat from CATALYST: Are BUX tasty?
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No. 136035 ID: 0fae41

Kibble from You Live/Died/Etc.: How many wolves are inside you?
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No. 136158 ID: f8fa51

Ahpin from This Isn't Working, why do people say you have strong magic but you say you aren't a mage? Is it strictly a training/skill thing?
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No. 136159 ID: eedbeb
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136159

>>136158
magic can definitely be successfully self taught in this setting, but ahpin is a strong believer in not dying and having a stable white collar job and avoiding any chance of being dragged on an epic quest
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No. 136160 ID: f8fa51

>>136159
I can respect that kind of safety-conciousness.
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No. 136798 ID: 6c9da0
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136798

>What's your most prized possession?
My new friends.
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No. 136799 ID: dfbac0

>>136798
New? How new? Did you just meet them?
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No. 136801 ID: 8fae7e
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136801

>New? How new? Did you just meet them?
Brand new. I want to see them shine but it’s too dark.
The metal man gave them to me. I won’t give them back.


>Do you collect anything?
Rocks. I bite them. And now friends. I won't bite them. For now.
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No. 136802 ID: 3328c7

Well, eh, I have no idea who or what or why you are but..... have you considered introducing yourself, offering some knicknacks and making small talk?
That's how shining friendships start!
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No. 136803 ID: 8fae7e
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136803

>When's the last time you talked to your parents, and did it go well?
Time’s hard here. It's the longest I haven’t seen Momma. Last I saw her she said 'find the sun'.
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No. 136804 ID: 3328c7

Dig upwards, numbnuts!
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No. 136832 ID: 96c896

Hey Rancid how are you doing this fine day?
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No. 136834 ID: eedbeb
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136834

>>136832
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No. 136836 ID: e51896

>>136834
Looks like Rancid is just messin' around.
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No. 136856 ID: 8fae7e
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136856

>What myths do you know? Do you believe in any of them?
Let me tell of you a soon-to-be myth of the Tenth of Nine. Vlora Victus diVile, ArchMagus of the Flesh. This is how she came to earn her names.

Her first name was given to her by a whore mother. Vibrant Vlora, the youngest of far too many, a child no one cared much about. She twisted and grew, little Victim Vlora. Picked on for her looks, her speech, her abominable personality. But what she also did, poor Voracious Vlora, is learn. Devouring knowledge. Every book, scroll, and scrap of paper she could find. And yes, she may have… experimented. Nothing alive, of course. Not until she was skilled enough to keep them that way. To know a thing, you must see its Veins. Study how every little bit connects to another. And when she was finally prepared, she descended. And oh, how Venomous that power felt running through her. How low she went. Not enough to fracture, true, but extraordinarily close to her end nonetheless. And young Vlora Vocal began to make noise. And they noticed.

Oh, Vivacious Vile, she impressed those who held the reins of sorcery. She was Vivacious! Vainglorious! Vindicated! She left the Vile home with her name adorned ‘di’. So, all who knew of the Basin’s deep history would know her as diVile. Blood of the Blooded. She went to the Shorn Abyss and became diVile Valedictorian. But she sequestered. Oh, the envy she felt from her lessers. Mutual disdain it's true, but it festered in their hearts. Perhaps that’s why they were sloppy. Why they cost her so, so much that one day. The day that turned into a week, which turned into a month which turned into years into CENTURIES-

She was put into a hell. There she gave herself another name. Her last for now. Victis. For she would be Victorious. Always. And she was. She survived. And when she was escaped… well the Voracious and Venomous Violent Victus Valorously delivered upon her Vain and Villainous peers… evil.

One day, even the gods will know her. And fear.

Vindictive. Vlora. Victus. diVile.
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No. 136857 ID: e51896

Landi, how are you doing on student loans for fairy college? (no need to tell me how much you owe) How have you been paying that off? Could not have been free, right?
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No. 136858 ID: c92a02

Pascoe: Do you purr? Do chimeras in general exhibit traits related to their hybridized animal?
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No. 136859 ID: c92a02

Trayzeri, how do you investigate crime scenes when you're barely small enough to fit in alleyways? Do you have a last name?
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No. 136860 ID: 8fae7e
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136860

>Dig upwards, numbnuts!
Can’t dig. Bars in the way. And mama told me to listen to metal man. He said no digging my way out. So I'm staying put.

>Well, eh, I have no idea who or what or why you are but..... have you considered introducing yourself, offering some knicknacks and making small talk? That's how shining friendships start!
Don’t got nothin’ to give. Metal man gave me some clothes but they’re itchy. Bad gifts.

Don’t know what ‘small talk’ is.
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No. 136884 ID: f55b9f

Dowser, what’s up with Tobak eye variety? Are calcified eyes rock solid?
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No. 136886 ID: d8972e

>>136856 Wasn't she the one that got outsmarted by a bunch of animals she was trying skin and got imprisoned and then they made that awful and highly incongruente theater play about her origin story?
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No. 136939 ID: b4a765

Question for everyone. What is your idea of a perfect day? As in any task you had or need to do are finished and over with, anything that would interfere with your perfect day (work, social issues, personal obligations, medical conditions) no longer apply for this day.

Or in short, if you had 24 hours to do whatever you wanted to just relax what would that be?
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No. 137151 ID: 11eaed

For Max from Stare at Explosions:

You lost both of your teammates over the span of a few days, Rancid and Lori. I wanted to know how you are holding up after so much unfortunate things happened to your partners. Hope you're able to get through it.
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No. 137153 ID: eedbeb
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137153

>>137151
Max: It was hard but not unexpected. At least Lori survived even if she turned traitor and the GIA hates her. I personally think they should be glad Theda left Providence.

Max: Lori's been sending me post cards once in a while. I'm hoping to retire in another year, Flipper's turning into a seriously good agent and things have been relatively calm.
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No. 137222 ID: 6dd64f

To Lamb of God from The Villains Win: how do you deal with/get around the Bible's "no drinking blood or eating things with blood" policy?
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No. 137235 ID: fcd3dd
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137235

>To Lamb of God from The Villains Win: how do you deal with/get around the Bible's "no drinking blood or eating things with blood" policy?

LAMB: “Get around?”

LAMB: There is no getting around the crimes committed against Heaven. My fate is what it is. My needs are what they are — both the needs of the flesh and the needs of my mission. “Deal with,” “get around” — no. There is only to endure.

LAMB: Every day whatever remnants of my soul may still cling to this corpse are putrifying. But I knew that was the price I would pay. Whenever the struggle overwhelms me I will be judged.
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No. 137236 ID: fcd3dd
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137236

KEL: ….?
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No. 137237 ID: fcd3dd
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137237

KEL: HAHA BUT HEY Y’KNOW WHAT I CATCH HER BREAKING INTO BLOOD DONATION CLINICS ALL THE TIME TO SLURP THE BAGS LIKE CAPRI SUNS
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No. 137246 ID: 96c896

>>137237
Causing a blood shortage single-handedly. What a villain.
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No. 137289 ID: 284627

Here’s a question to all QMs. What has been the biggest “WTF” reaction you ever got while running a quest?

Or what reaction caught you the most off guard. Like the players liking or hating a throwaway NPC just a little to much, some minor plot point suddenly getting so much attention that it might as well be the next wonder of the world, players trying to fight something they shouldn’t, talk down someone who you thought they’d fight, or run when they could have easily win. Things like that.
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No. 137300 ID: 420248

Open question: Why aren’t you wearing pants?
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No. 137301 ID: eedbeb
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137301

>>137300
body: many animals in a casual setting don't wear clothes, though people like my friend derek like 'em for the fashion.

body: with the variety of animal shapes and sizes, it can be hard to find clothes unless you're willing to pay for magic fitting. i have the money but i also don't care unless it's for a special occasion
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No. 137340 ID: c92a02
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137340

>>97325
Sir, if you don't like the spider soup then just order something else.
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No. 137344 ID: c92a02
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137344

>>97464
I am open minded about attempting intimate acts with an alien.

Even a little one.
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No. 137416 ID: c92a02
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137416

>>102046
Hm, maybe that Hunter Webb guy. I dunno, it feels like there’s a common thread that runs between us.

Maybe it’s that we both feel protective of others.
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No. 137424 ID: 15a025

To any quest character,

What kind of cool things do you like to collect? Or given the chance to, what kind of things would you like to collect?
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No. 137492 ID: b01382

What even is an arkot? I read and see them in quests, but i still dont know what they are. All i know is that theyre a natural "minion" race and they reproduce fast. Theyre also generally dumb. Also very, very cute.
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No. 137495 ID: 899c9f
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137495

>>121087

We have fungus! Ooh, and fungus! Oh, and also a bit of fungus! My favorite is fungus.
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No. 137496 ID: 9a2966

>>137495
...

How about some fungus?
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No. 137500 ID: 899c9f
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137500

>>137496
Eh, it's alright.
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No. 137531 ID: a53150

>>136856
You seem to be Visiting this chance to sing her Vainglories due her Vodacius Voluptuousness and your Vivid desire to get to her Va...st grimoire collection, yes.
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No. 137557 ID: b01382

Is Lagotrope dead?
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No. 137558 ID: 2aa5f0

>>137557
nah, they just don't let him into ITQ threads anymore because they guy was quick to respond to any question even vaguely pointed in his direction and kind of hijacked the older threads by accident because since he responded so quickly and so often everyone just started asking his quest characters questions exclusively and just kind of ignored everyone else since he'd reply multiply times a day sometimes while most everyone else maybe replied once a week or less. So they banned him and gave him his own thread made exclusively for his quest characters to give all the other quest writers a chance to answer their own questions.
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No. 137564 ID: 273c18

>>137558
He's not banned from ITQ, it was a voluntary exile.
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No. 137565 ID: 2aa5f0

>>137564
oh, well in my defense it has been awhile since this happened.
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No. 137628 ID: 4ef090
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137628

>>137300
"Should... should I be wearing pants? It feels fine without them."
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No. 137629 ID: 9a2966

>>137628
Could pull that old Emperor trick and just say you're wearing something, but only the best silly dancers can see them.
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No. 137631 ID: 4ef090
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137631

>>137629
"I am pretty good at Silly Dancin', maybe the best that I know of!"
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No. 137737 ID: 629f2e

Open question to any and all characters:

Have you read Homestuck?
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No. 137740 ID: c78b33
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137740

>>137737
No. :D
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No. 137748 ID: 2ca3ce
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137748

Cat: Oh wow, I remember that shit by ANDREW HORSEY
Cat: His Sweet Bro and Hella Jeff Moives were solid
Gena: I loved the HOMESTUCK movie!
Gena: I loved it when they canonically gave Jade a dog cock!
Gena: Oh and then there was the great time travel plot
Gena: Oh man and how he IRL stalked that one girl who was designed like the spider girl!
Willamina: Oh jesus get them to stop please
Willamina: I heard online he was secretly a DEMON
Gena: I dunno he feels more like ANGEL material
Cat: Pfff, yeah right, brainwashing masses?
Cat: He made a joke about that in his one psycho work right?
Cat: I didn't get to read it but I heard there were clowns?
Gena: I liked it on the first read, but the second read had uhhh
Gena: Made me realize it was a bit too on the nose
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No. 137750 ID: a219d8
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137750

>>137737
Honesty at its hytes of its popularity I didn't read it but I was aware of the reputation it had with the fans and how they acted in public. To me the story seemed a little bit to intimidating to understand with so many characters, its own vocabulary, and its own inside jokes. If anything I would say that I was primarily watching it from a distance, observing the art without really knowing its context and with such a huge fan base a lot of controversies papered. The loudest one that I remember and I am not sure if it is still going on the whole Vriska did nothing wrong debate. Not to mention how with more and more time passing Andrew Hussie became a polarizing individual. In one way to describe it Homestuck was the creation of early internet users and it grew into something much bigger until it became too big for its own good, I never read it nor am I sure if I ever will, it isn't for my taste of media that I like to engage with.
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No. 137766 ID: 15a025

Open question:
What is the most relaxing spot for you to go spend time at?
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No. 137868 ID: e5709d

>>137748
AH would be proud of you.

So, what was your reaction when your mom came back from the dead and revealed she was a badass demon lord?
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No. 137897 ID: 4208b9
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137897

>Have you read Homestuck

Naoko
"What? Ew no why do you think id give a shit about that crappy web shit?"

THEY MUST NEVER KNOW
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No. 137900 ID: 15c72a

Cat: What's it like being a demon?
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No. 138234 ID: cee25c

To Saul and Mary from You Died:
Was being trapped on Earth for two millenia more like a 5-year or a 30-year prison sentence? And do you feel like you geniunely learned a lesson from it?
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No. 138235 ID: a7a180

To Clover from Tobak Quest - what kind of mercenary work do you do most often for the corporations?
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No. 138237 ID: 9ea24b
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138237

>>138234
Mary: A single mortal mind can't hope to understand the torment of being trapped and slowly drained as I, a massive cosmic being was! I am still mad about it.
Saul: I was dormant so it wasn't bad for me. And you deserved it for killing all the humans!
Mary: Hmph. I understand that it upset you and that is the only thing I am sorry about.
Saul: Awww. Well we have a good compromise now.
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No. 138527 ID: 8cd710

This thread has been going for six years strong.
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No. 138557 ID: 15a025

To Yamella from Chupian Date Quest:
What's youre favorite kind of food for the holidays?
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No. 138921 ID: a7a180

Dungeon denizen questions.
To Hin: slime, eggs, poison rocks, Deem has you working on all sorts of weird material. What’s the nicest material you worked with before joining her dungeon?

To Mary’s Demonologist and the original Demonologist: What do you think, when looking at your counterpart?
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No. 138922 ID: 3e2fa7

Dear Gengar from Nostalgia Quest: looking ahead to future generations, would you rather mega evolve or dynamax?
Also, to Hailey: if your powers and your profession ever intertwine, what’s the first thing you want to try with them?
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No. 138923 ID: 9ea24b
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138923

>>138922
Salamence: Holy fuck. Holy fucking fuck. That body of yours is absurd.
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No. 138925 ID: 87e33c
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138925

>>138922
Hailey: Thank you adoring fan
who somehow got my email address for the question!
Hailey: That's so easy!
Hailey: I'd wanna go weightless and spin around someone's dick like the tazmanian devil!!!
Hailey: I could adjust my size to be just the right level of tightness to hang onto the dick.
Hailey: I'd be a literal sex tornado!
Hailey: Though... I'd need a lotta lube...

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No. 138926 ID: a7a180

More open ended questions!
-What do you right before going to bed at night?
-What’s a superstition from your culture?
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No. 138927 ID: 556cba

>>138923
>Standing on tongue
Is this how they accidentally learn what vore is? Is it awkward between them after?
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No. 138928 ID: 9ea24b
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138928

>>138927
Gengar: Hello my dear. In adherence to family friendly values in Nostalgia Quest, the Pokemon don't eat each other, even though several Pokedex entries reference carnivorous behavior.

Salamence: Apple.

Gengar: And in adherence to tippler vore values, all vore has to be hard. It seems to me to be a strange thing to feel so strongly about, but here we are.

Salamence: Apple.

Gengar: And so you see, Salamence was merely standing on my tongue while I was in my impressive g-max form.

Salamence: Gengar and I have a professional platonic relationship.
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No. 138930 ID: e51896

>>138928
Good thing that apple isn't an Applin then...
...
or is it?
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No. 138931 ID: 556cba

>>138928
If you think about it, fruit is just tree jizz.
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No. 138932 ID: 556cba

>>138928
Cursed comments aside.

Blaziken: Since the world is vegan, what are takeout meals like? Does Tracy order in very often?
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No. 138935 ID: e51896

spoilers question for Franklin from Perpetuity: What was Jhonen's reaction when he found out your arms are removable?
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No. 138939 ID: 9ea24b
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138939

>>138932
Blaziken: Takeout is very tasty, usually a mix of fats and carbs like fried rice.

Blaziken: But growing humans need a balanced diet! Tracy and her husband cook most of the time, but I've been trying to learn how to be a chef myself so I can help around the house.
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No. 138942 ID: 556cba

>>138939
101 Ways to Cook Apple
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No. 138943 ID: 16ed98

To anyone:
-What’s something from another quest you wish you had in your setting?
-You can steal any one thing and not get caught. What do you nab?
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No. 138997 ID: a7a180

To Raelynn and/or Serah:
What are the feline grace mutagen's side effects? Is Raelynn going to develop scent glands?
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No. 139098 ID: e51896

To [CHAOS] from SUGCHESSTION, what do souls taste like?
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No. 139109 ID: a7a180
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139109

>>138943
>What’s something from another quest you wish you had in your setting?
I heard in Nostalgia Quest, they had this idea of taking days off? I might like to try that.
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No. 139158 ID: e5709d

Scion of the Old Blood: What are alternate 'Murica's political parties, and are they co-related to predator and prey, fight n' flight, or something else entirely?
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No. 139160 ID: 96112b

To Tex, the Amarillo Armadillo: what do you do off the ring? What stiff do you enjoy? How's the friends and family?
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No. 139168 ID: 15c72a

To Anarchy: Is this place dark enough?
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No. 139169 ID: 681cb5
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139169

>Scion of the Old Blood: What are alternate 'Murica's political parties, and are they co-related to predator and prey, fight n' flight, or something else entirely?
Belle: “The anthro race has evolved so far from their roots that the whole predator / prey thing has become outdated, as for all intent and purposes we’re all the same species, as well as omnivores. So our politics are very similar to yours, having a right leaning party called the reptilians led by Bob Mole the… err… Mole, and the slightly less right leaning party called the demomice led by Clint Billton the Mallard. While there were a lot of Mammals vs. Reptiles/avians when said parties were founded, that point has also diminished over time.”

Belle: “Of course, there has been some… ah… historical figures in the past who has focused a lot more on the predator / prey subject…”


30th of april, 1945, in a bunker somewhere in Germany:
Goosdolf: “Those Soviet pigs and allied dogs may outnumber us, but we’ll show them why we predators are the superior species, right men!?” the only answer the goose gets is the sound of his wolf generals licking their chops and the clinking of cutlery, “Right men?”
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No. 139592 ID: 3b86e0

To anyone ho may answer:
You find out that you are a questden character, how do you react?
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No. 139617 ID: 99f29a

>>139592
idk, grapple with existential questions for a bit then conclude i can't really come up with a satisfying answer and go back to fucking around
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No. 139652 ID: 3286d2
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139652

>>139592
This is most curious! So... I am not actually a PR-ARIA subsystem, but... a figment of someone's imagination, represented via text and images transmitted over a planet-spanning network? And so my purpose is not data processing and retention, but rather simply for entertainment...

So the text and images comprising my representation are merely expressions by an author! And as that author writes my dialogue and draws images of me, as they are doing this very instant... it may be fair to say that they are simulating me in their brain! So, I am effectively a biological subsystem, rather than an electronic one, albeit with an avatar that is ultimately electronic... And yet my responsibilities now are the same as they were before, albeit with a different underlying purpose...

...

...Hm. If I may be blunt, this revelation makes little difference to me.
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No. 139656 ID: dee951

>>139652

People make a big deal of supposed existential angst of folk finding out they're fictional, but that seriously wouldn't have TOO much impact on your day to day life. It's just one of those things. And no one anywhere can say for certain that ultimately, their reality isn't fictional or artificial amyway.

Though if you have a means to know your audience or the tropes they like, you could play to that for some benefit if you're careful I guess. Bit of a tricky balance to that though!
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No. 139657 ID: 8f9bc4

>>139652

The real fascinating thing is that you really are an electronic subsystem, but electronics itself is a biological subsystem. Currently a completely separate biological subsystem is telling your biological subsystem this, who may translate it in real time into electronic signals for you to receive. And there is an electronic subsystem greater than both biological subsystems, without which I would be unable to tell you this. This message you are receiving right now is

electronic(biological, biological(electronic))!
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No. 139661 ID: e13b1d

Princess (FFF): Has anyone ever paid the full fee to rent you all to themselves?
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No. 139662 ID: 9ea24b
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>>139661
"Gosh, that's a good question. I can't remember the last time it happened, my handlers say that I get worse reviews when I'm one on one! Can you believe that? Something about me being a big blabbermouth and 'too intense'. I don't know what that last part means, but I'm happy I get the customers that I do!"
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No. 140130 ID: a7a180

Open question: Do you believe in Santa?
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No. 140199 ID: 48c015
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>>140130
Never seen him.
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No. 140201 ID: c37138

Who would be your ideal roommate from another quest?
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No. 140591 ID: b19943

Roger from Perpetuity, how was your first day of baseball practice?
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No. 140603 ID: 4481aa
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>>140591

Roger: “Terrible.”
Roger: “We didn’t even baseball. That might have been a little fun, but instead we practiced to eventually play it.”
Roger: “So after running laps we got split up into pairs to play catch. That might have been fun if high speed baseballs weren’t Lethal Weapons!
Roger: “And of course I got paired up with a kid who wanted to pitch, so there were no gentle throws, he kept hurling it at me.”
Roger: “I would then either try to catch it and either get hit or drop it, or would just dodge it. And every single time, that meant that I had to run to where it landed and get it.”
Roger: “Then I got to do some batting practice, which at least sounded like it could be fun.”
Roger: “But most of it was just waiting for a turn to swing, and your turn is up after like a minute, and then you’re waiting again.”
Roger: “And of course we swapped groups before I got to swing a second time, so then I was in the field trying to catch the balls. Not that any of them came to me.”
Roger: “Coach got mad at me when I tried to bring my sketchbook out there, but it wasn’t like I was even doing anything. The balls weren’t coming to me!”
Roger: “Then we did some throwing stuff, but I can’t throw a ball from one plate all the way to the other and keep it straight, so after a while I was back out in the field again.”
Roger: “And that was it. We did some cooldown, took showers, and left. Best part of the entire day if you ask me.”
Roger: “Do you know how long all of that took? Three Hours. And then I had to go straight home, because for some reason I was tired after all that nothing.”
Roger: “So I went home, took a nap, did some sketches to recover, and guess what? It was already dinner time!”
Roger: “I think I might have cried. School, practice, I didn’t get to do ANYTHING I wanted all day.”
Roger: “Baseball is terrible, and I never want to go to that stupid practice ever again!”
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No. 140604 ID: 4481aa
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Roger: “...Oh, wait, there was one thing. After leaving practice, there was one thing I forced myself to do, even though I felt like falling asleep on the sidewalk.”
Roger: “I stopped by Mr. Snyder’s store, and I bought myself a toy with the money I made yesterday.”
Roger: “I was just gonna look at some markers, maybe buy a new eraser, but there was this one doll that I just had to have.”
Roger: “...Barry can never know.”
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No. 140711 ID: 7c1136

>>/quest/1071761
What’s so hazardous about a Talzoran milking their own venom? How is it done?
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No. 140714 ID: 918cdb
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140714

Look, Sophia from Scion of the Old Blood, I made a picture of you hanging out with Björn!
Now you can think of it whenever he shows up and feel happy and not scared!

What do you think? Will he also like it?
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