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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.


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Current Lagotrope specific ITQ thread:
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No. 127073 ID: 91ee5f

To Victoria from I Am: How will you celebrate Emils’ birthday after having her with you for an entire year? Will you just celebrate on the day you took her in or will you choose a different day?
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No. 127170 ID: 094652

To Dana from Ethquest: how did the castle's inhabitants normally treat you? Same question regarding your father and sister.
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No. 127171 ID: 094652

To Luce from Mervamp: I personally know that salmon flesh is kind of flimsy. How durable is your tail compared to your ancestral counterparts?
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No. 127246 ID: 94f173
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127246

>>127170
Good! Dad loved me. Sis is nice to me and plays with me. The guards were nice to me most of the time. It was kinda lonely sometimes, especially when sis was off hunting with Eth.
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No. 127247 ID: 96d998

>>127246
>hunting with Eth
is that what kids call it these days? i guess i'm getting old.
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No. 127248 ID: 94f173
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127248

>>127247
Mind your own damn business.
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No. 127268 ID: eeb7d9

>>127248
I fucking knew it! What i wasn't expecting was Reno taking the initiative. Just look that devilish face she has.
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No. 127727 ID: e9d41b

Spike have ever seen Kitty naked?

if not, would you like to?
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No. 127729 ID: 8d26c4
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127729

>Spike have ever seen Kitty naked?
>if not, would you like to?
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No. 127730 ID: 8d26c4
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127730

.... creeeeeeeeee
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No. 127731 ID: 8d26c4
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127731

.... creeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeek.....
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No. 127732 ID: 8d26c4
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127732

Spike: Perv.
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No. 127733 ID: 8d26c4
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127733

...
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No. 127734 ID: b5fb67

>>127733

Kitty, have ever seen Spike naked?

If not, would you like to?
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No. 127735 ID: 8d26c4
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127735

>>127734
>Kitty, have ever seen Spike naked?
>If not, would you like to?

...
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No. 127747 ID: bb78f2

>>127732
>>127735
You know, setting aside the lewd jokes and stuff and piercing private questions for a more serious and slightly less piercing private question... how IS you two's romantic life?

Is there fire in the this relationship? Is it one made of convenience? What do you two mean to each other?
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No. 127764 ID: ada24e

>>126022
*judging intensifies*
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No. 127773 ID: a9af05

>>127735
You didn't say "No", so we're just going to assume that face and your silence means "Yes".
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No. 127774 ID: 8d26c4
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127774

>>127747
>Is there fire in the this relationship?

Spike: I HAS THE FIRE!
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No. 127775 ID: 8d26c4
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127775

FOOOOSH
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No. 127776 ID: 8d26c4
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127776

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No. 127777 ID: 8d26c4
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127777

>Is it one made of convenience? What do you two mean to each other?

Kitty: Well sweetie, the thing is a ninja lawyer is probably one of the most evil things on Earth and while I was meditating I realized both this and the fact that evil ninja are one of the most throw-away types of villains meant that I was living on borrowed time. So rather than be Spike's first antagonist, I figured out where he lived, introduced myself and promptly joined his side -- thus making me a nominal hero, and also dramatically increasing my expectancy. I'm fully aware of the fact that if Spike wasn't a complete screwball this plan would have never worked, and also the fact that he IS a complete screwball is the main reason why he would have easily kicked my ninja ass if I had stayed a villain.

So for better or for worse, I'm stuck with him. Plus there is a chance that his antics are a facade, which if I'm being honest is intriguing but also an even better reason to stay on his good side.

Spike: Kitty is like my Sam.

Kitty: Yeah, you crack me up little buddy.
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No. 127781 ID: a2cac9

>>127777
i have known dumber people. i don't think that's a facade.
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No. 127800 ID: 99ed9b

Hey Kitty, doesn't it bother you a little to be compared to dog in a trenchcoat?

I mean, if Spike is just faking it, that's a pretty subtle but stinging burn.
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No. 127838 ID: b52c39

Dana from eq, what do you want to be when you grow up
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No. 127854 ID: b52c39
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127854

>>127838
A dame! Like Eth!
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No. 127856 ID: eeb7d9

>>127854
AWW that is so cute! And dangerous. But wait, you want to, like go to war, fight things and such? Or more of a personal bodyguard?

Reno, i have a question for you too: What role would the sibling of the king/queen perform? I would guess that the elder one would be the ruler, so what does the other one do?
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No. 127858 ID: b52c39
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127858

>>127856
I'm fair certain she wishes to roam about the countryside and go on quests.

And circumstances differ. The elder sibling is always the heir to the throne; the younger will sometimes be made an earl or duke, or if they wish to pursue the arcane, the royal battlemage. Some marry out of the royal family. My younger sibling, however, is a special case; she's a bastard, much as I dislike thinking of her under that term. She lays claim to far fewer titles than, say, my cousin would. Had I one. Royal bastards are usually given to their base parent, who is then paid to keep quiet about them; Yet my father wanted another child after my Lady Mother died, and kept Dana. I do not know what will happen to her.
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No. 127860 ID: a2cac9

>>127858
considering the circumstances, probably something similar to you.
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No. 127861 ID: eeb7d9

>>127858
Well, if she wants to be a dame, might as well let her. Maybe she can become a general someday. War is a productive activity that gives plenty of rewards and recognition, if one is willing to face the risks.
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No. 127868 ID: 8d26c4
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127868

>>127800
>Hey Kitty, doesn't it bother you a little to be compared to dog in a trenchcoat?
>I mean, if Spike is just faking it, that's a pretty subtle but stinging burn.

Kitty: No, no. Sam is quite top tier. Sam & Max are perhaps the greatest (co-op) funny animal duo ever, and to be compared to the sane one of the two is actually a high compliment.
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No. 127870 ID: bcc41d

>>127858
Speaking of inheritance rights, who has a claim on the throne - or claim on the kingdom, royal vizier / prime minister / grand general style - besides you? Someone presumably treason'd you but good with those lizards, and whoever's left standing with a decent claim may very likely be the culprit.
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No. 127872 ID: 6fb3de
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127872

>>127870
There are some cousins. Proooobably dead now.
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No. 127879 ID: bb78f2

>>127872
Reno, who was your mother politically before she married your father and had you? Was she a commoner, a duchess, a different type of noble, or princess to another kingdom that your current one is allied to (I imagine from the marriage)?
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No. 127881 ID: 080aaf

To Slime Matron from Audit Quest: What happened to your old dungeon's master? Is he still kicking?
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No. 127897 ID: 6fb3de
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127897

>>127879
Mother was a distant relative of the royal family, a mountain-lion duchess from near the northern border. I never knew her, of course. But I still wear her diadem!
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No. 128332 ID: bfa316

>>127897
Your mom had quite a set of chompers on her.

Since Dana is a bastard, does that mean not all felines are part of the nobility?
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No. 128353 ID: b146ba

>>128332
All felines nobility? Isn't nobility the only part of the nobility?
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No. 129074 ID: bcc41d

To Dionaea from Age of Shadows.

What was your last big rampage like?
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No. 129079 ID: 688dd6
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129079

>>129074
My last big rampage? Shit, I dunno. When I get banished, I keep my memories and all, but it gets... pretty difficult, to tell what happened when. You don't have any senses anymore because you have no corporeal form. Everything you've ever experienced is just all there in one big jumble and you have a lot of time to think. Nothing but time, but you can't feel time anymore.

You can know, like, academically, this moment came before that moment, this event was on this day of this season of this year, but you have to build that timeline yourself. They're all jigsaw pieces and you have to figure out how to fit them together because you remember how they interlock but the complete picture, it isn't there anymore, it fell apart. Does that make sense?

It doesn't come back when you reincarnate. Your new memories are in order, but the lives you led before, they stay timeless. And then when you get banished again, any effort you put into assembling them, it's all back to square one. Me, I've been around a long time... I guess I stopped bothering. It feels like -- I guess it's a little ironic to say this -- it feels like it's not worth the time. It would take way too long to put all those centuries back together again. So I couldn't really tell you what order I did it in.

Damn, that's a shitty answer. I'm sorry. I really couldn't tell you. It was probably a long time ago. Mortals are too smart and capable and organized now.
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No. 129086 ID: e90e32

>>129079
Easy fix. Which was the most memorable rampage?
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No. 129087 ID: 688dd6
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129087

>>129086
Ah, well...

A long, long time ago, I was brought into existence by the fears of the mortal mind. My memories of that time are vivid and stormy, hard to parse. I was more animal than person, you see. I was invincible. Unstoppable. A wild force of nature with a singular purpose. I existed to hunt. Back then, they didn't know how to use magic, and they didn't have any deities, or concepts of 'good' and 'evil.' They didn't know what I was or how to stop me. They could scare me off, with light, but they couldn't defeat me. I think about those times a lot, whenever I get banished.

Their ancestors had been hunted by predators for a long time, and it had burned that fear into the makeup of their soul, even when they had the tools to defend themselves from carnivorous beasts. They still feared the unknown, the invisible, the darkness. They feared a stalking beast they couldn't spear, and they all believed in it so strongly they created one: Me.

A beast like that doesn't slaughter indiscriminately, though. I treasured the hunt and all its intimacy, since I fed for pleasure, not survival. Up until the-- well, the mortals that would become the elves learned to harness magic, and use it to defend themselves. The first time I was banished it came as quite a shock to me. Dozens of them came together to defend my quarry.

When I was reborn that first time, the sense of weakness I felt was maddening. I sought souls like I was rabid, killing and consuming indiscriminately in pursuit of the power I'd lost. I didn't get that far, though; each time I was banished magic and religion spread like wildfire in the time I was absent, making it harder and harder for me to hunt on my return.

Then, finally, I found myself summoned to a city whose people did not believe in gods. They had no experience with magic, and they lived under near-perpetual darkness. I was boiling fury incarnate by that point. I tore my way through the entire city in a frenzied rage. They had no idea what was happening. It was very difficult for them to escape. I killed what I saw by then as my tormentors until I could find nothing more that moved.

It was... well, rapturous, and I stayed to savor it. I slumbered and lurked in that ruined city for a long time, killing anyone who came to find out what happened, and taking in the ashes of their civilization. Learning their tongue and their ways, trying to understand what had gone wrong. That's about when I learned to talk and think in words and images. I used it to taunt those who found their way into my domain. Sometimes I talked to them for a long time before I killed them.

Eventually enough people with the means to harm me came to reclaim the city that they managed to banish me again. When I came back that time, though, I was more... sapient. I was clever. I was patient. It took a long time to develop my sense of self, but that was the first big step towards becoming me, and not just the embodiment of pervasive mortal superstitions.

Does that answer your question? I didn't think I could really tell you what it was like unless you understood the context for it, and why it was so memorable. Hopefully I didn't bore you.
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No. 129444 ID: 891b91

To Officer Nibbles and Officer Freeze from The Herd: What is the weirdest experience you've had in your law enforcement career?
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No. 129457 ID: 891b91

To Kyzil from Arthocob Date Quest: Be honest, while you most likely aren't into Ganymede at all, do you ever wish you could bag a guy as loyal and devoted (if somewhat clingy) as he is?
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No. 129458 ID: ba56e6

Emils: What is the best magical girl story you've read?
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No. 129474 ID: 15a025
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129474

>To Officer Nibbles and Officer Freeze from The Herd: What is the weirdest experience you've had in your law enforcement career?
Officer Nibbles: "Trying to arrest anyone bigger than me before I got enchanted handcuffs."

Officer Freeze: "Really?"

Officer Nibbles: "Well, no not really. Have you tried handcuffing someone five times your size though?"

Officer Freeze: "No, I guess not."

Officer Nibbles: "I'd say my weirdest experience on the force was a drug bust at a mouse trap factory of all places. More ironically, the guy was infatuated with mice. He wanted to buy the place and shut it down too, but it had been abandoned already for years."

Officer Freeze: "I think that tops my weirdest experience then."

Officer Nibbles: "Share it anyway."

Officer Freeze: "Around Christmas time someone thought I was 'the coke bear' and wanted their fix. It was an easy arrest, but more than one person's done that now."
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No. 129477 ID: 11f77a
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129477

>To Kyzil from Arthocob Date Quest: Be honest, while you most likely aren't into Ganymede at all, do you ever wish you could bag a guy as loyal and devoted (if somewhat clingy) as he is?

Kyzil: Teegee, I get a LOT of guys willing to throw themselves in front of me as rugs.

Kyzil: Sure, I have my fun with such loyal cohorts and I bag a couple devoted locker-heads--but desire should be taken advantage of instantly since it's a feeling that only lasts in the moment.

Kyzil: Some people can't understand that.

Kyzil: I'm surprised with Eudora how she hasn't taken advantage of the squirt. I mean, come on!

Kyzil: Have some fun with the sod and just move on.
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No. 129542 ID: caf1de

so the question has been asked about boat-o-cross and flappy bird but would any of you play getting over it and how well would you do
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No. 129652 ID: b1b4f3

Sophie: Can you produce silk? If so, what do you use it for?
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No. 130732 ID: b1b4f3

To everyone:
What is your favorite beverage?
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No. 130757 ID: e5e15e

To Anyone.

Who do you consider to be your most dangerous enemy?

Where do you want to go at least once in your life?

Do you have any religious or deeply held cultural beliefs?

What do you regret doing most?
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No. 130938 ID: 891b91

To Ganymede from Arthocob Date Quest: How does your species reproduce? What are the intricacies and quirks of Arthocob reproduction?
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No. 130947 ID: 509e5e
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130947

>What is your favorite beverage?
About a year ago Fingers ‘found’ a box of something called tea and brought it back to the dorm. It only lasted a couple of weeks between us all, but I really liked the kind in the green bags. It was spicy, but in a cool way.
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No. 130971 ID: 11f77a
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130971

>How does your species reproduce? What are the intricacies and quirks of Arthocob reproduction?
Ganymede: I wish we didn’t have to stay inside during gym class…

Eudora: It’s raining out. Sssh!

Narrator: Here we get to see the intricacies and quirks of Arthocob reproduction. Nil and Neb are experiencing drastic changes in their bodies as they grow into adulthood. They may grow longer antennae, bulk up in chitin; their voices are noticeably serenading, and soon they and all their friends will have a tremendous urge to graze en masse.
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No. 130972 ID: 11f77a
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130972

Ganymede: Hey, they kind of look like us! I’d say Nil is one lucky guy.

Eudora: SSH!

Narrator: Many off-world males have sex glands and tissue on the outside. This is to prevent overheating of the spermatozoon and to attract their female counterparts for copulation.

Narrator: However, Nil’s male organs are internal and stored in the pelvis with the testes and seminal vesicles. When Neb becomes excited his penile tissue is filled with blood and can be pushed through a flap of loose cartilage.
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No. 130975 ID: 11f77a
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130975

[...]

Narrator: After several months carrying the fertilized egg it’s time for Neb to give birth and experience the miracle of life. The egg shall manifest into a cocoon and will be important throughout the child’s life as its nest and quasi-metamorphic recovery station.


Neb: A̶͉͔͔̭̜̘͈̽ͤ̏̋͠A̴̬̞̭̗͓ͦ̔̀̀ͥ̚U̵͚͓̔̑ͩ̽ͤ͟G̢͍̝̅̇͛H̷͖̊̎̅̀̊̅̿̈́̒́!̟̯̼͕̞͙͒̒̏͟ͅ ̓͊̾͑͗҉͚G͓̖̺̬̼͚̬̠͂̾̊̂̐͞͡E̺̘̪̯̭̭̫̭̣̐̂͌̍̑̄ͣͦ̿̀T̰̩̟̘͓̄̋̒ͪ́̌̚͡ ̵̷̩̘͕̰̣̣͙̟͚ͤ̎ͯͯͦͪ̉ͨI͗͌͏̪̺̗̼T̴͈̺̬͔̼̓ͥ̃̈͑͒͛ ̷̪̥͉̞͇̠̹̻͚̆̑͂Ơ̷̤̹̝͉̱̌͛ͩ͋̆̂U̡͓̮̣̪̯̯ͦͯ̐͜͡T̪̐̄ͮ̌͑̀̕ ̷͓̃̐̈́̐̀̔̈̔͠Ŏͮ̕҉̪̜̭̞̘͙̼͎F̨̨͎̖̯̃̄̔ͧͣ͛́̃̽ ̈́ͥͧ͝҉̷̭M̔̾̇̋ͩ̿̓̊̂͏̮̜̕Ę̞̣̞̤͙̘̭̗͕̓ͮ͐͂͂̔͘!̸̱̳̗ͮ͌ͩͬͦ͘

Neb: F̥̩̱̠͆͊̅̿R͍̯̝̜͎͍ͩͪͪ̃O̶̥ͤM͓̣̞͓̩̻̰̳̋̔̌ͭ̊̒ ́̇̈́̾̾̅͐҉̲̮̩̪̼̥ͅḨ͕͖̖̟̻̙̖̜̖̋̃E̡̤ͨͣ̐̒̔͟L̴̜̲͓̘̮̺̟̱̩̀͊͒ͥ̊̓̓́̚L̻͖͉̩̱̙̊̾̇̌͌͆̚!̎҉̭͕̣̜̘̣ ̵̖͔̐̊́̿ͮI̸͈ͧ̍̋̊ͯT̛͙̹̰̱ͬͫ͗̔͑̚͘͢'̵̸͎̰̦̖̖̰̫ͤ̐͆̎̌̇͢S̬̦̫̮͓̥̽̅͠͠ ́́̿̊ͤ̓͒͗͏͕̖̹̠̪́F͕͕̙̜͐͊ͅR̵̆͒҉̯͕Ȯ̜͇̰̺̱̼̘̅͌ͮ̑́M̨̧͉͕̫̯̾̅̒̈́̈ͯ̊ ̀ͨ͋̉̎̄̊͗͏͈̦Ȟ̶̱͕̬͇̩ͬ̎͞E̖̳̟͖͇̩̎ͩ̇̀̆̏͗̐L̨̦̺̘̦̯͓̞͊͛ͥ̿̋̈ͤͥ͘͜L̄ͩ͑̒͂͛́̕͡҉͕̪͇̦̤̟̜̼̮!͍͈̓́ͩ̈ͯ́ͬ͞


Gemlik: Lol, you wanna do that to Eudora.
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No. 130977 ID: ad51b8

>>130975
I'm not going to lie, I forget ganymede's name for a moment and thought that it was neb for some reason so I took the "I'm in hell" scream as his internal screaming of having the same name as one of the "actors" in the film while sitting next to his crush and everyone in the class giving him shit for it.
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No. 131086 ID: e7c7d3

Fingers from The God Damned: What do you like to do for fun?
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No. 131087 ID: 0fae41

Asher, educate us about the tribes!
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No. 131178 ID: b1b4f3

To anyone/everyone: what do you look for in an ideal mate?
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No. 131200 ID: e5e15e
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131200

>Asher, educate us about the tribes!
I’m not a Diamond, but I’ll try.

There are five laprine tribes who live in Silverlock. Oh, and the Prophet is a laprine too, but like, there’s only one a’ her. The proper names are Preceptor, Monger, Artisan, Martinet, and Toiler. Well, actually, I don’t think Monger is their proper name, but it’s what everyone calls ‘em. Even Diamonds, and they use proper names for everythin'.

1. Preceptors are our teachers. People call ‘em Diamonds ‘cause they all got those jewels in their heads. Not to their faces though. Their job is to teach the rest of us about Nine Eyes and how to act right and give us stuff to do so we don’t starve or nothin’. We also ain’t supposed to call her Nine Eyes around them, cause her name is sah-cred and givin’ her a false name is sah, uh... sah-cri-li-gus. Or call her a her, ‘cause she’s also a he and both and neither. They got a lot of rules about everythin', but especially about her. Anyway most everyone calls her Nine Eyes anyone, except Diamonds who use different titles of hers every time. Don’t know how they remember them all to be honest. Anyway, they’re all smart and like talkin' your ears off.

2. Martinets. Well, I’ve heard ‘em called marties before, but usually we call ‘em sticklers, cause they’re real sticky about rules whenever we’re around. Or maybe we call ‘em that cause of how their furs all prickly. I dunno. They’re our protectors from the outside devils or barbarians and any dangerous people that are born inside too. They’re always around and watchin’ and snickerin’ but I avoid ‘em so I don’t know that much about ‘em.

3. Toilers, that’s us. They call us lankies a lot, or lanks. No clue why. We’re stronger than other laprines so it’s our privilege to do a lot of the heavy and dangerous work to keep our community runnin' smooth. We’re not really as interestin’ as everyone else, but we got our place.

4. Artisans do all the skilled work in Silverlock. If a toiler’s diggin' a new cave a tat is tellin’ her how to do it so she don’t make a cave in. Stickler needs to get stitched up, a tat is holdin’ the needle. Sewin’, cookin’, engineerin’, doctorin’ and all that smarts stuff. Oh, we call ‘em tat’s cause they got them tattoos all over themselves. They won’t tell anyone where they come from, and whenever I’ve asked one they got real touchy. They’re not too bad to us, but they’re real strange sometimes.

5. Mongers are kinda weird, cause they’re not only allowed to leave Silverlock, it’s basically their whole job. There’s supposed to only be a few around because the rest are off tradin' the stuff we dig up and bringin' back the stuff we need from beyond the borderlands. Really most of them hole up in their manor and act like they’re better than everyone. I don’t think I’ve ever said three words to one.

I don’t know much about the others, cause I’ve never seen The Prophet and the other kinds ain’t allowed in Silverlock.

6. I heard once all the Nine Eye statues all around are based off The Prophet, so she probably looks like that, I figure.

7. One of em has that long head hair like the Diamonds do, and real long tails, I think.

8. The last laprine tribe has real big ears apparently.

That’s… about it. Hope that made sense.
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No. 131201 ID: 35e458

>>131200
So the tribes became a caste system. Pretty sucky situation.
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No. 131298 ID: b1b4f3

I don't think bitequest will see this but:
Zorsus Blacksoul: Where did your last name of Blacksoul come from? Did you pick an entire new name when you became a Wizard? If so, why pick that one?
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No. 131304 ID: a0ff25

Been awhile since this question got asked.

To all characters: What is your favorite song? And why?
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No. 131320 ID: 12b116
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131320

>>131298
Wizards do "name ourselves" after Ascending. We also forget our life before then. At this point, I could not tell you why this was the name I chose for myself. From my perspective, it has simply always been my name.
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No. 131324 ID: 4f51b2

>>131298
Wow he actually answered you.
>>131320
Any place where I can see more of your art (sorry if I'm being annoying).
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No. 131325 ID: e5e15e
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131325

>Fingers from The God Damned: What do you like to do for fun?
Explorin’ the tunnels that run through the mountain. There’s miles and miles of ‘em, and you can find bones n’ weird rocks n’ blooms all over. Don’t usually have time for that though, what with work and all, so I mess with the rockeaters a bit. The younger ones are fun to play with as long as none of their bosses are around.

I used to go climbin’, but Ma’am banned me from it since I fell and fucked up my eye.
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No. 131330 ID: b1b4f3

MEZZ-9293: What terrible experiences have you had grabbing wild animals?
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No. 131331 ID: 0580fb

>>131325
That's a pretty good shot for someone with no depth perception!

... and is that rockeater grinning? Takes a bit to hurt the fellas, eh?
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No. 131333 ID: 864e49

>>131320
HO.LY.SHIT
I never thought I'd see that name again.

>>131325
Rockeaters looking kinda hot.

Are they sentient?
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No. 131475 ID: e5e15e
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131475

>Rockeaters looking kinda hot. Are they sentient?
I’m not a rockeater, I’m a slissa! A bunch of the lanky kids just got it in their heads to call us that cause they’re idiots. And of course we’re sentient, who do you think does all the tunnel planning and test digs in this death-trap? The lappies were crushing themselves every few years before we came.

>That's a pretty good shot for someone with no depth perception! ... and is that rockeater grinning? Takes a bit to hurt the fellas, eh?
He hit my horn mostly. Plus he wasn’t throwing it all that hard or he’d have brained me with the stupid muscles lankys have. I was grinning cause the fact he came after me means he found out I put him on Thysin’s crew for a week and he hates that asshole. After a week of listening to that asshole micromanaging everything he’ll be begging to work on my crew again.
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No. 131477 ID: ad51b8

>>131475
any reason you want him on your crew instead of another crew? Good worker, fun to chat with, easy on the eyes, what?
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No. 131485 ID: b1b4f3

>>131475
Have there been any slissa-laprine couples?
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No. 131515 ID: 2c0ed8

I recently began reading Asteroid Quest and can't stop thinking about it and when we might get some continuation on Polo and Rokoa's adventures. It's literally killing me inside.
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No. 131521 ID: 416221

>>131515
Totally feel and agree with you brother, but you’re gonna want the Asteroid Quest dis-thread. This thread is for asking quest characters questions directly.
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No. 131568 ID: 5f91ab
131568

Roz: Do taffa victims keep any muscle memory from their previous life? Like, do people suddenly find they have skills at drawing when they've never tried before or find themselves with weird unconscious habits they don't know where they come from?

Penny: is there anything about your body you would like to change if you access to dust right now (like smaller ears or being taller.) Same question to Roz too I guess.
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No. 131711 ID: 470289
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131711

>Have there been any slissa-laprine couples?
Ew. I hope Shaia wouldn’t allow it inside her earth. I’m nauseous just thinking about it. I mean… look at them.

>Any reason you want him on your crew instead of another crew? Good worker, fun to chat with easy on the eyes, what?
He’s a dipshit but he’s a fun dipshit. He talks back and I can get into good arguments with the kid. He goofs off way too much to be a good worker, though.

>Easy on the eyes?
Wow. No. First off he’s like, not even hit lappy puberty or whatever. Big yuck. Second off, like I said, slissa and laprines? Nasty.
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No. 131722 ID: 864e49

>>131711
>slissa and laprines? Nasty
It's totally happened.
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No. 131723 ID: 2aa5f0

>>131711
so he makes work fun basically. Do you ever hang out with him outside of work or is he a work friend only?
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No. 131793 ID: 0fae41

Somebody who knows what's going on in Coxwette: What exactly is this blue agate stuff, and how much of it did Nelson burn making Coxwette into a closed system?
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No. 131796 ID: 0fae41

To Alice Dietrich: Was the screed of the Messenger a concept that spread to humans from another species, or did humanity uncover this terrific truth themselves?
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No. 131797 ID: 7ebbf9

Sabrina from Perfect OC, can you tell us about your favourite fanfiction?
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No. 131798 ID: 0fae41

To Vixxan: What's your favorite animal, and would you keep one as a pet?
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No. 131843 ID: 470289

Deem: If you had to be something other than a dungeon, what would you choose?
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No. 131844 ID: 7ebbf9
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131844

>To Alice Dietrich: Was the screed of the Messenger a concept that spread to humans from another species, or did humanity uncover this terrific truth themselves?
Yes and no. It only got popular after humanity achieved interstellar spaceflight and came into contact with alien civilisations, both extant and extinct. It came about from sifting through different religions and different cultures for underlying truths. There's even claims it goes all the way back to the Precursors. That seems like a bit of a stretch though, translations of Precursor text are iffy at best. They didn't seem to think the same way as us, though maybe it's just like cavemen trying to understand modern humans...
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No. 131846 ID: 5b93d3

>>131844
>Be precursors
>Find out future civilisations have made a religion out of mistranslating the SYN/ACK metadata from your old comm records
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No. 131953 ID: 509e5e
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131953

>Do you ever hang out with him outside of work or is he a work friend only?
“Work onl- the hell?”

“Nope, you got three in a row, baby. Time for one of the actual stars of this here quest to take a couple.”
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No. 131955 ID: 509e5e
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131955

Okay, whatta we got here. No. Dumb. Even dumber. Oh, here’s a good one.

>Somebody who knows what's going on in Coxwette: What exactly is this blue agate stuff, and how much of it did Nelson burn making Coxwette into a closed system?
I know exactly what’s going on in Cocksweat, kid. First of all, before we get into that dumb gem shit, and afterlife limbo mumbo jumbo, and that weird thing with their fakey fake religion, we gotta get to the real root of the goddam issue. Chuck has been failin’ all of us here. He ain’t dropped the panties of half of them broads. Now I ain’t saying I don’t respect his hustle, but his priorities suck.

For one he ain’t scored one gal with tits yet. And I’m talking real tits, like monger girls got. It is a fuckin’ crime Nine Eyes never gave any martinets those things. If I was him I would have put in the work on Donna, dad be damned. Not like Chuck was planning to stick around anyway. Coupla days of fun and he’s outta there with no one the wiser and his load a little lighter. But no, I don’t think she shows up after the third thread. Go to fuckin’ farm Chuck!

And he didn’t even bang them gam girls, like damn. Can he not aim his dick at fuckin’ quality? He could have spun that dance with Rachel into a real thing, there’s nothing like getting your head squeezed between some big ol’ thighs. Or get that cop lady in the sack, she was toned as shit. Bitch could bench press me. Have you ever been with a chick that can bench press you? Can you imagine?

And Marcie. That bitch has been wantin’ to slobber on his knob for a fucking week and he’s been takin’ her on dates and shit? They fucking slept in the same bed! I mean what the hell man, butter that fucking muffin! Knock her up! Raise a beautiful family together and have a fucking picket fence house and shit. Get ya dick out of the Mayor’s ass and put it in Marcie’s heart!

...wait, what the fuck was the question?
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No. 131978 ID: 404f0f

To the dead Artisan girl from The God Damned:
Any regrets?

To the Angler from That Forgotten Road:
Why have you been living alone? Isn't survival with more people easier?

To Elder Jacques from Wizard's Dungeon:
When was the last time you saved the world?
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No. 131979 ID: 404f0f

To doctor Simon from I Am:
What's the most miraculous medical feat you've witnessed in your time?

To Z'anon from HURON:
Do you think you'll be able to escape your clothing damage fate?

To Lizzie from Eyona War Chronicles:
What's your favorite toy?
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No. 131980 ID: 404f0f

To the reptilian-looking guy from Dead Dust:
What personality or body feature do people most often compliment you on?

To Ideation of Non Contiguous Connectiveness from Labyrinth:
What's your favorite universe?

To the Outsider from VESSEL:
What does your civilization know about The Vessel?
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No. 131981 ID: 465a14

To the God Damned miners: what do lightstones taste like?
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No. 131989 ID: 5a5548
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131989

>>131797
>Sabrina from Perfect OC, can you tell us about your favourite fanfiction?

oh wow! a question! I usually only get questions on OnlyFans! and those usually aren't about my writing.

my favorite fanfiction I've written was Legend of Zelda: the Tides of Fate. the Hero of time is a girl named Salinka and she has to go on an adventure to save her village and all of Hyrule from the evil forces of Ganon. along the way she meets, crosses swords with, and begins to fall in love with a mysterious swordsman named Ghirahim.

Ghirahim seduces me- er... Salinka during their duel and eventually they make love by moonlight, and Fi watches! I uhm... I forget how the ending goes... I think I kind of rushed the ending out, Salinka beats Ganon though. a happy ending!

wow this is fun! I'll talk to you guys again later! love you! >w<
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No. 131990 ID: 89e622

>>131989
Sabrina, what does your perfect date look like?
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No. 131991 ID: 89e622
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131991

>>131330
Highly classified.
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No. 131995 ID: a0dfd2

>>131991

Maybe it's just me, but is this Dire Ð and Were-Þ finally succumbing to their secretive desires for one another?
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No. 132003 ID: 509e5e
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132003

>To the dead Artisan girl from The God Damned: Any regrets?

Some. I could not speak to my kin before my death. I assumed I would have time to make amends.

I failed my spawn in many ways. But they shall survive. They are strong.

No other regrets are worth the air it would take to mention.
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No. 132005 ID: 509e5e
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132005

>To the God Damned miners: what do lightstones taste like?

Like dirt. What else?
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No. 132008 ID: 20144f

General question: What myths do you know? Do you believe in any of them?
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No. 132041 ID: 465a14

Ekwi Irrepaumal- how are souls and afterlives handled? Same as deities?
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