>Jumpchain IRC Chat
So it begins again!
Tell me about your sheep, /jc/!
Other than being born in the year of the sheep, there's not much to tell. I don't think I've ever interacted with a sheep in this life or in any later ones.
Sheep is worst zodiac though.
Question about a plan I have for the Undertale Jump.
Would it possible to use Dark Binding to give Asriel some of the souls you've collected to bring him back permanently? Would he even accept the offer?
You want to give Asriel evil souls? Because those are the only sort Dark Binding can safely contain. Something tells me that won't be good for his already strained sense of decency.
Why have you not accepted the feral cravings that boil within you, /jc/? They will always be part of you, you must know this. You cannot control or tame them - and unless you allow them to truly become part of you, part of the vision you have of yourself, they will never cease to torment you.
Didn't the authors say that while SOULs are souls, souls are not SOULs, meaning that he won't just magically regain his empathy if you give him some random one you got in another world?
Do keep in mind-I think the issue is what he really needed was the power of SOULs, not just any old souls, which only Undertale humans have. So if you want to keep him together somehow, you're gonna have to kill someone for their's.
This is, of course, overlooking the fact that if you could restore Asriel this way he'd be wracked by guilt at subsisting off someone else's life and would likely try to give it up
I prefer goats, personally.
Man, would you believe, I've never actually tried it? I hear it's good though. I probably should someday.
I mean. It depends on the soul? You don't want to give him an evil soul. That's just gonna make shit terrible for everyone involved.
I'm not sure Dark Binding is the perk to use with that, what with the possible corruption aspect.
Also, reminder that you need to figure out some way to restore him to his old form. Or wait 'til just after the true pacifist run, for those thirty minutes or so he still has it after. Otherwise, he'll still be a flower. So that's something to consider.
I just gave him one of mine. I had nine of them, losing one wasn't that big a deal. Monster Cat is really such a great perk.
Of course, it was a Temmie soul at the time.
He said he had the strangest feeling, like he wanted to nom on some construction paper.
You'll be more skilled, it's not a straight increase in raw power.
Alright, sounds like that plan won't work.
Also I assume that I can't use mind control magic to befriend Chara and complete the scenario that lets me save him?
There's a lot of hats, coats, and scarves in /jc/ but are there any cool gloves besides the ones in NGE?
Seriously I just want a nice base to make stungloves from.
Psionic and Magical powerhouses who take longer to metamorphose than Dragons because their process is dedicated more towards preservation of life and such.
Really one of the only forces of Good in Dark Sun.
I spent every point I had in the warehouse supplement on stasis pods to bring more Mareep with me after a visit to mystery dungeon. Also one very insistent Joltik.
We're the woolly warriors of the multiverse!
Since those heady early days most the team has grown to various evolution states they're comfortable with - a couple Ampharos, a handful of Flaaffy, and a heap of Mareep. Jonah is still a Joltik.
I started one a while ago but some guy in thread was posting about how he wanted to do one about the same time I was burning out do to real life stuff, so I gave him my draft and a go-ahead and kinda forgot about it until that image (>>44656147) was posted.
Is it *actually* dead or is the author just busy with real life and lurks around as anon? It's jumpable as it is isn't it?
If it's really been abandoned it would be nice if THA and Spyro picked it up so that the style across the Kingdom Hearts jumps remains somewhat consistent. But has really nobody heard from the guy?
What stupid shit will you do for something extremely simple?
Hard mode: Nothing that could possibly ping as Evil
I'm thinking of genetically engineer weaponized giant frogs that use REEEEEEEEEEEEE to make people go deaf. If only for the hilarity of routing an enemy army with several dozen of the things.
Truly a world deserving of praise
and a jump
So Jumpers, at what point do you need to put your foot down and say enough is enough? What line do they have to cross before you stop pretending you're under 9000?
>"You know, you really didn't have to treat me to dinner. Especially not something I've only heard of gods eating."
>"Ah, but think of how it will enrich the flavor of your blood~! Just a sip, mind you."
When they hurt my friends.
They can say and do whatever they want to me. But if they harm someone I care deeply about, even if the only thing they did was make one of them cry, I will destroy them.
>a) When I have to
If I encounter something threatening that goes significantly beyond what I can handle with the restrictions I've assumed to make myself "normal" for the jump
(Note: normal may mean legendary hero in some circumstances), then I start breaking out the big guns.
>b) If I get beyond mad
Infuriating me past mere annoyance, attacking companions or close friends with murderous intent, doing horribly horribly evil things, etc. etc.
>c) If it'd be fun
Because let's face it, there's nothing like waiting for the Reapers to invade and then unveiling the LoT, a ship rivaling the citadel in scale, with weapons whose barrel diameter is equal to the length of the average warship in ME.
I can't believe I'm not the only one that wants to do this, honestly.
My plan is to use, quite literally, a ring of three wishes from Forgotten Realms to wish for his SOUL to exist, and to be whole again. Even if it eats all three of the ring's charges, it'd be worth it.
I'm going in as Fallen Child, playing through for the True Pacifist run myself. I'm gonna repair goatdad and goatmom's relationship issues, fix goatbro, and spend the last few years of that Jump as their adopted kid/brother. Shenanigans will ensue.
Shoulder length, wavy, brown.
Sometimes I burn it for on-the-go evocation.
I cut it sometimes if it gets singed or I need to disguise myself.
Not sure what else there is to say.
Umm. People keep telling me I need to cut it. It's curly, so it's actually much longer than it looks normally, so when it gets wet, people see my hair that usually goes to my shoulders get to around to the fifth/sixth vertebrae from the place where the neck meets the body.
Other than that, it's a dark brown, but it looks very light brown under the right light. It's also very luscious and full, and it never needs washing.
It's pretty fabulous, yeah.
It takes a long time to trim and shedding season requires a lot of sweeping. Food preparation involves a lot of hair nets.
It's thin, it's sparse, and it doesn't ever really stop growing. It's naturally black, but it starts going gray at around 20 years old. Gets me that mad doctor look in tons of jumps, but it still feels kind of odd.
I didn't buy a template in Body Mod. No beauty or appearance perks either, and I'm not planning on taking them any time soon.
I don't care what my companions say. I can grow a damn afro if I want to! I just need some more time to work on it. More than ten years, yeah. I can do it.
normally nothing of particular note
well, I spent Naruto jump looking like a rule 63 version of pic related, so there's that
Mine's gotten to the point where it would be inconveniently thick and long if not for various beautifying/convenience perks. Wavy, brown in spring and summer, white in fall and winter thanks to some arctic fox muckery. I usually keep it in a plain ponytail that bats around my ankles, but for formal affairs I go full-on elf princess braids and jewels errywhere, with a silver circlet sorta like Galadriel's.
Down past my ankles and trailing about 1/3 of the length of my 22-foot-long tail (and that's in basic interaction mode) in terms of length, dark brown-ish red, luxuriously full and soft, silky, pretty much the most fucking fabulous hair in the entirety of /jc/ and I'm aware I sound arrogant claiming that.
Also, it's good qualities only increase when exposed to fire (which, being as I am made of fire is 100% of the time), and it just complements my bronze & ivory horns so magnificently. Excellent channel for my magic as well.
So that's where you are,
Honestly it's pretty ordinary, my hair does not grow out the right way to justify making it grow. Honestly pic related in terms of ordinaringness
I will admit, the choice of texture for that hair is nonsense, but yeah those are supposed to be megadreads
for reference, his supermode
I like it like this.
I love it long and love it gold (Literally made of gold. But still fluffy. That's perks for you.). Whole bunch of various things (God of War, Fate, Toriko) have led to it being kilometers long even in it's most basic form. Since it's alive and sapient (And awfully hungry), I generally have it act as a massive fluffy gold cloud for me to lay about on and have it just move around for me by pulling itself along with strings of hair, same with having it attack for me.
My one regret is how much of a pain it is to find a pic with that sheer amount of hair and in the right colour.
I spend a fortune on shampoo and conditioner. Also, its important to have friends to help comb all the wool otherwise it gets tangled.
Shooter's gauntlets from High School Of The Dead
The Micromanipulators from Railgun are gloves.
You can pick up power fists from 40k, and there are an absolute /ton/ of magical gloves across the various fantasy RPG/dugeons & dragons settings, but I don't think they're anything special in terms of jump gear.
It turns into tentacles when things annoy me.
That'd be amazing anon, but unfortunately the problem is that even ignoring colour that amount of hair is hard to find on a good quality pic.
If I find one in the next few minutes I'll post, but thank you so much for the offer anyway.
It varies based off of mission and what body I'm wearing, but more often than not its red, just past shoulder length, voluminous, and flowing.
The thoughts in my head.
>Did Red forget her name?
>It could just as likely be someone with a similar style. It is a good style. Not much muscles anyways.
>Or... maybe Red's garden has started cloning her!
I can't decide which is more likely.
>>Did Red forget her name?
>>It could just as likely be someone with a similar style. It is a good style. Not much muscles anyways.
Thank you. I used to have this comic, it was a small run by a smaller house, and the art was beautiful. I've often thought that if I could go super, that's what I'd want to look like.
WAIT WHAT THE FUCK IS THIS OH FUCK WHAT HAPPENED. NO NOT AGAIN.
My brethren of african descent!
Is it still genocide if I don't kill them, just transform them on the genetic level? A literal destruction of the genus. Because if so, my widespread use of optimized Resident Evil enhancement viruses has genocided several worlds. No humans live there anymore. Not technically, anyway.
I will send a squad of combat-ready mechs and droids to protect rare bits I can use to make booze. Alternatively, I'll wreck anyone that dares to steal my booze.
I blame my dependence on my time in Dwarf Fortress. I made the mistake of taking the drawback that let the semi-megabeasts, megabeasts, Titans, and Forgotten Beasts out and about.
They thought I was delicious, and for that I blame Armok, for he obviously got tons of laughs out of the whole ordeal.
By genocide, do you mean "Left no survivors." or "Killed as many of these bastards possible before I had to leave."
Because I've waged war against vampires twice, once in Twilight with a team of super powered teenagers and again in Underworld with an army of werewolves.
Wait, Johj count as people? Since when?
Even now I still don't get why, while every other Reaper looks like some kind of mollusk, only the human one is a fucking Terminator.
Apparently that's just the internal structure, they were going to slap a squid exterior on it when it was done.
No, it doesn't make sense. Practically none of what the Reapers do does.
Concept art of the Human Reaper is that it would grow over time and transform into the Leviathan shape. They start out as the "donor" species to ease the integration of absorbed minds, then build themselves up into giant squid-ships. It only looks that way because you killed it when it was still young.
Usually when massive loss of life is involved. Stuff like planetary invasions or the like.
There's nothing quite like watching a gloating general freak out when my own personal fleet jumps in, especially when the LoT is at the front.
I don't know what it's called but in Last Airbender it's "wolf tail". Shaved close on the sides with the top in a ponytail. It seems Geralt is also a fan!
It's extremely short and exceedingly mundane. Mostly because I'm almost perpetually in some form of armor due to my staggering level of paranoia.
Helmet hair is not very nice looking.
They accidentally a genie into making them have to love each other. They both hate it but they can't stop. It just leads to tons of mutual cheating and loathing in the books, in the game at least you can break free in one of the endings.
As soon as I got my hair to stay in whatever style I wished, I knew what I wanted.
I have been working on my Requiem Stand what do y'all think of this.
Forever Delayed: Act 5 Requiem
Range: around the user and the immediate area.
《Forever Delayed Requiem 》 has the ability to completely delay all absolute,conceptual,spiritual,and physical action,effects and damages.
The major rule to this is the user cannot delay an effect or action while he is committing i.e punching can cause him to be punched using magic and reality warping affects let's those same effects affect him.
So what do yall think anything that needs to be changed?
Oh my bad I knew there was something I was forgetting it has a humanoid but robotic appearance with a blue and white color motiff half of its face is in daft punk like help while the other side is layered clockwork with an scope eye. The clothing it's wearing is an oversized luxury business suit. It has an incredibly lazy personality but is ultimately a teddy bear.
One thing you could do that may or may not work hinges on you being an Angel in EVA.
Go Monster in Undertale, then ease into your Angel form, and from there tear a big ol' chunk out of your mind-soul (it'll heal). Give that mass of SOUL (because you went Monster) to Asriel, and that should hopefully do it.
If your Monster SOUL hasn't fully integrated with your soul, or if it won't integrate untill after the jump (I'm unsure as to what the ruling is), then you can use Metaphysical Biology to study SOUL-stuff and hopefully engineer a non-sentient blank SOUL to give to Asriel.
Basically, if you can't pull a big enough chunk of SOUL from yourself, then throw some science at the problem.
You're pretty close.
You know how character creation was something of a minigame in and of itself in D&D 3.5? It's kind of like that - building characters to pass the time
because you never get to play.
There is and there isn't. The game plops you down into a pop-culture setting and leaves you to decide the story using the jumps as frameworks. You're basically your own DM and DMPC.
So, basically what you get from it is imaginary adventures you can choose to share with us or not, with an arbitrary fairness decided by whether we buy that the perks you bought justify your story.
It's probably possible to set up a RPG with this, but it'll be a very basic RPG with the only numbers really being perks and such. Everything else would be just role playing. I imagine that's how potato would be handled anyways.
He's working on not-Silent Hills with Kojima-san.
First one wasn't a huge success in Hollywood. He also hasn't said anything about Hellboy 3. Del Taco is known for his original ideas, something that Hollywood isn't in the market for. Look at the new Star Wars. It was a good film, but it was a complete rehash of New Hope and dash of Empire Strikes back.
>where's the Heroes jump?
Here you go, anon. Note that it's a WIP.
>how fast is X-Men's Quicksilver, I want to recreate kitchen
You ever watch the movie Spaceballs? Where they go to Ludicrous Speed? Yeah. That. Because based on the kitchen scene and a few back-of-the-pizza-splattered-envelope calcs, Quicksilver is "moving" at roughly _ten thousand times_ normal human speed. That bit where he runs on the walls? Several hundred times the speed of sound, anon.
And "moving" is in quotes because the room subsequently fails to experience a shockwave strong enough to convert it all to thermonuclear plasma - so it's rather more likely that his power is instead fucking with spacetime. And it's screaming OH GOD OH GOD OH GOD and there are cigarettes afterwards, that's how much he's fucking with it.
>best way to get TARDIS-tech
Do the Doctor Who jump. The Doctor will of course make sure you don't get your hands on any Timelord tech. That's not a problem, because then you do the Cortex Command jump and claim the entire Timelord tech base via the Founder perk. But do make sure you read the fine print.
>There's no actual game to play?
There's more game to it than solitaire, if you want there to be.
You "play" it on your own, so you decide what that actually means. Might mean just making builds, but it might mean summarising your adventures in an event log, or going full in-character diary of your adventures, or even using random generators to decide what happens, anything really.
You're the DM as well as the sole player character, so you can skip the boring bits and focus on whatever you like.
That said, there's a lot of metagaming chat about builds and settings, what people chose to do in different situations, all the stuff that arises from each participant's story because of the choices they made.
>wake up from a nap and read this, google to confirm
The absolute worst news. Fuck. Pacific Rim was one of my favorite movies.
I liked Finn & Poe. Finn's character was probably most human we've seen. The opening scene where he's shocked about his squadmate's death and the non compliance of the wholesale massacure of the miners. Rey however was totally the opposite.
It's the same thing that's wrong with games industry, they know that familiar titles + wide interest/accessibility = mountains of cash. Everyone went to see Star Wars Ep.7 because everyone on earth was familiar with Star Wars at least a little bit and the motivations for seeing the film ranged from love of the series to sheer curiosity over that thing everyone else is freaking out about for some reason. There are very few franchises that could've generated as much hype for a new film.
So, being a Hollywood producer, would you rather fund a sequel to a mildly successful giant-monster action movie? Or would you rather use the success of Maleficent to make a live-action film about a young Cruella Deville?
This is actually happening by the way.
Nobody cares if they empathize with it or not. It just needs flashy graphics, big names, and lots of advertisement. A movie is worth an hour of cheap entertainment nowadays and that's it.
Nobody is going to buy that shit now. Malificent only worked because her motivations and character were so one-dimensional and barely covered in the movie, and because that shit's so old the current audience had no great attachment to the original movie. 101 Dalmations on the other hand is probably within most people's experience.
Gotta make that money back.
With the sheer temporal and mental investments required to even function in modern society? I'm surprised people can even go to movies.
I'm surprised we're not all dropping dead, having to process amounts of information even our best computers would crash trying to store.
No wonder depression rates have gone up.
>With the sheer temporal and mental investments required to even function in modern society
it takes absolutely zero investment to function in modern society, that's exactly why movies are cheap entertainment. just live from paycheck to paycheck, and if you can't make ends meet, look for some form of social insurance or die.
Tell me - do you often feel stressed, confused, strapped for time? Have you ever felt like something was too long, so you didn't read it because there were three other things you were paying attention to at the same time? Have you ever been at work, begging that some circumstance would allow you to go home and sleep - especially if your job involved addressing people by name? Have you ever skipped a EULA because you just didn't have the patience for it?
These are the symptoms.
So what kinds of abilities stack best with having prehensile hair? I'm already assuming:
>Anything that can be conducted through body parts
>Anything that reinforces your entire body
>Proficiency with whips or lassos
What causes it?
Your TV causes it. The internet causes it. Your cellphone causes it. Information overload. All the electronics around you poisoning the airwaves. Technological fucking civilization. But we still have all this shit, because we can't live without it.
What's your favorite food, /jc/?
Hardmode: nothing from Toriko.
You posted my favourite already.
Hint: It's not the bacon.
In all serious, chocolate takes the cake (Ha!) and I have set up many a factory to produce enough of it to feed me.
Pic related actually exists
What would be a good effect for a pistol that's an EX rank noble phatasm . I'm basing my servant off of my adventures from the generic western and weird west jumps and wondering if I can get some advice.
My favorite food? Booze.
Specifically, a concoction I call "Jumper's Lament"
It's made of one shot Ryncol, one shot Romulan Ale, one shot Dwarven Sunshine, and one shot of Sanguine's Special Brew. Mix and serve in a thick-walled adamantite stein enchanted with frost runes.
After one or two things get fuzzy, and any more than that ends up with me and my companions waking up the next morning in a random place, with crippling headaches, and a vague sense that whatever we did was both awesome and highly likely going to bite us in the butt at a later date.
Luckily, we always have at least 2 designated sober beings (a Porygon and an A.I.) so we tend to have a record of the shenanigans we partake in. Unfortunately, the binary buzzkills horde that footage for blackmail material and so that they can laugh at us fleshy organics.
>The major rule to this is the user cannot delay an effect or action while he is committing i.e punching can cause him to be punched using magic and reality warping affects let's those same effects affect him.
This line doesn't make sense.
If the user is doing something that the enemy is doing he can't delay that action. Do you think It would be better to say he can delay actions/effects instead of adding stipulations to them. I was trying to find a power that could stop reality warping and conceptual effects as well as a good physical shield.
Changed? Pretty much all of it. It's OP as all hell. You can basically win almost any fight automatically by only using stuff that you have but not your opponent, which as a Jumper, you are almost guaranteed to have. The extent of what it affects is also pretty ridiculous.
If you were intending to make something that's above GER in power, you succeeded, but it's sure as hell not interesting or balanced to lolnope everything.
I wasn't trying to make it all powerful looking back at it i really flubbed it is was just trying to find a good Requiem effect for it and since it's name is《Forever Delayed 》 I was thinking something along those lines how can I fix this?
It could delay an action and effect then have it happen no later than 1 minute later. A punch that hits could have the damage come later. The example for throwing an object was that it had to have been thrown or released the object would then disappear until the effect is put in action.
As an object thrown would just disappear
Seems cool. Maybe have it extend the time it can delay stuff or the amounts of things at once? Perhaps have something weird like making things happen one minute sooner?
You're best pet is waiting for that merchant guy, since he seemed to know a lot last thread
Since stands are crazy it could even interrupt it, so if you delay a punch for a minute then cut off the guys hand he can no longer punch you so it doesn't happen... Wait that's getting right back into too powerful territory isn't it?
I was mainly gonna use it with the spin and ripple. Maybe I could delay an effect as in taking damage and pass it on to another person or object but have a time limit before I can.
Nah, that seems pretty cool as an ability. Still requires you to be skillful/strong enough to take advantage of the opportunity, so if something's far above you it won't help much.
Nah the super death star doesnt need to travel. It sits in one spot and eats a star then fires a blast through hyperspace to coordinates and then relights the star afterwards. Thats a scout party to get the numbers and targets down.
Anyone know some good ftl from jumps? I want to retrofit the light of terra with something less demon rapey than the light of terras warp shift.
Although in other universes 40k ftl may not be so bad since there are no demons or warp.
What's the longest range teleportation tech we can get in a jump? Something like the Star Trek transporters that just beam things around but at bigger ranges, preferably able to transport people or objects around a galaxy, though something with better range wouldn't be turned down.
If possible I'd like to not need to set up a receiving station on the other end, so I can teleport people and things to places I haven't been, so long as I have the coordinates.
Thanks. I thought they only went from ship to planet though? If they can go between galaxies they'd be perfect.
Some good ideas here. The Stargates are useful but they need a receiver on the other end, don't they?
Space Bride, that'll help with bigger things.
Bifrost. I have no idea how I'm going to get my hands on that tech, but I'm going to try. Thanks.
So, uh, two questions:
Is Chaos from Warhammer 40k an extragalactic and universal threat, or is that moot? I know that we have Tyranids and
Kirbyto be afraid of...
What settings have extragalactic threats?
What Val said.
Mind pretty much started off as a joke and now I've dumped a lot of CP into my hair. God of War, Claymore, Toriko, and a few others.
I sew a strand of it into everything I make since I'm always aware of where my hair is due to God of War. I use to as extra arms, to fly, to cast magic, channel powers through it and more. Its an extension of my being now.
In modern settings? Mostly welding and hot forged steel manufacturing or IT work. More rarely working in the food industry. Tend to have a sideline in custom order crafts and busking but those tend to be hobby-tier that largely pay for themselves rather than for profit.
In pre-modern settings, healing and blacksmithing pays the bills.
Only futuristic setting I've been in was Destiny and currency equivalent wasn't really a thing that you could earn except by shooting things.
In settings with developed economies and concepts of intellectual property I usually sell some patents that aren't impressive by jumper standards but are huge technological leaps forward for the natives.
Turned the underground portion of the Magician-led city-state into one big social-science experiment in exchange for a Well of Eternity to fuel their magical infrastructure.
Later, when Scheherazade came to invade, I kindly asked her not to. When she declined, I sunk most of her ships, waited patiently for her to recover her crew/armies, and then kindly asked her again not to invade.
She got the clue then.
Naturally, this'll have some long-term repercussions.
>Buy Matter Conversion Apparatus
>Hook MCA up to city sewage system
>Let a city full of people literally shit gold and whatever other resources you need for you
There ya go.
I use the virtualis staff and hack into banks and max out my account balance then turn the money into gold, platnum, and paladium. Once that is done I turn them into one big block of the metal and store it in a scroll using fuinjutsu. I usually do this near the end of the jump to keep police off me.
At first, I was a thief. I progressed to simply creating materials like gold later by a whole host of methods, and now I really don't actually need anything more. If I want gold or something, I can make a small moon's worth in a few minutes after all.
Nah, it's a surgical transplant. If you've already got a dojutsu it goes real easily (at one point Madara literally just pops an eye out of another guy's head and sticks it in his empty socket), if not it's really difficult and you're likely to die. The exception is upgrading the Mangekyo Sharingan to the Eternal Mangekyo Sharingan, which appears to be somehow fusing the two sets of eyes together. It's still apparently surgery-based and not eating it, though.
>Jumps which make use of exotic materials, magic, spirituality, or have a higher technology level than Cortex Command will present difficulties in replication.
Congrats, you now have the blueprints for Taiwanese knock off Time Lord tech that still requires massively more advanced tools than you have access to.
Agreed, saving money is great.
Don't forget Tropico's item to make everything you own powered by the wind. Save even more money and possibly start producing power to sell back to the electric company.
Aside from the bunches of perks that straight up give you money on a recurring basis?
Well, there's probably a bunch of precognition powers you could use to win the lottery, or super-math perks that might predict winning numbers like Chaos Theory from JP.
In fact, just with a few math perks you could walk into any casino and walk out with bags of money (then come back later with a disguise, after they kick you out).
Bank heists and hacking ATMs are easy.
Selling superior tech to out-compete markets likewise.
Replication tech or pure fucking magic can just reproduce as many $100 notes as you like, may not even need raw materials.
Grow trees with gold, silver and iron bark and leaves.
Set up a Mystcraft dimension and drop off some advanced mining robots, pop back a week later to pick up the resources and the robots before the dimension fades into nothingness.
Or just punch muggers and watch as your luck and item drop perks result in your average mook having hundreds of dollars worth of loot on them.
Hold the world hostage for ONE BILLION DOLLARS *places pinky finger at the corner of mouth*
Usually jumpers don't have to worry about paying for accommodation and I think most people pick up a few infinite food perks as they go, so if they do choose to work a 'real' job, your living expenses are waaaaaay down. I know I'd be a hell of a lot richer if I could live in a rent-free cosmic warehouse with free power, heating and water, and didn't have to pay for food. That is, if your jumper even needs to eat.
Took Money Maker from Dodgeball so usually have some sort of legitimate self sustaining franchise. Also took Entrepreneurial in Courage the Cowardly Dog which lets you start legitimate looking businesses at the drop of a hat and a bunch of perks that make you really good at making businesses successful.
I then generally put one of my companions in charge of the business after that. Maybe sell some of the less dangerous technology from other settings or some inventions on the side.
The Dodgeball Money Maker thing is fun as it's largely up to you what sort of business it is.
Of course for a while I was just stealing shit but that eventually became sidelined as the solution to stuff that couldn't be bought.
The simplest method may be simply taking the blueprints.
Build it via ACU inside one of several big-enough warehouse addons, add engines, then import it as a shipgirl or whatever so it has a compact form.
Having never played Undertale myself, I don't know who Asriel is or why everyone's trying to give him a SOUL, but ehat would happen if you just killed him and used the honey badger Revive spell from Magicka?
From Kantai Collection. They're the ghosts of sunken ships taken human form, or something like that. The jump lets you import one to directly turn them into a ship-spirit. They've got all the power of their original ship in a human sized package. Well, probably human sized. A shipgirl's bust size is determined by the size of the original ship, so larger ships tend to be taller as well to keep things in reasonable proportions. A shipgirl whose original was capable of being mistaken for a moon would probably be a giant. That, or have the worst back problems ever.
Are there any perks that remove your need to accelerate? I'm looking for a way to go from zero to full speed in as short a period as possible. Bonus points for being able to change direction with no to minimal loss in speed.
I checked Sonic, and was surprised it wasn't there.
Depends when you do it. The jump starts five years before Fritz falls into the Underground, so Asriel still has the SAVE slot. If he dies then he just goes back in time to before he died. If you wait until after Fritz usurps the SAVE slot then he'd probably just die. Undertale monsters are completely annihilated upon death, even with Revive's ability to ignore normal metaphysics I don't think there would be anything left to bring back. That's why people want to give him a SOUL first, he'd need that to hold together past death.
There's one in Super Mario RPG. Shell Charge is its name, I believe.
Armored Command Unit, from Supreme Commander. Giant robots with enough nanoassemblers onboard to construct armies in minutes. Supreme Commander has no abstraction when it comes to build times, the amount of time it takes you to do it in game is how much it takes in the actual setting. If you take something already very large and import it as an ACU, as many people do with the Light of Terra, the ACU's ability to produce large things becomes even more potent. If you had the schematics and enough mass and energy (oh, yeah, forgot, ACUs are capable of matter transmutation, no need for specific elements) you could probably build the Death Star in under an hour. For best results take Experimental ACU on the Light of Terra to make it three times as large, then import it to Five Star Stories to make it 2.25 times as large. End result is a ship large enough to actually carry the Death Star in its hangars, you could field fleets of them given time.
Depends on what you mean. If you're just using it to implant the eyes it should be fine. If you're trying to absorb the genetics so that they're a full part of you, that's going to fail. Check the notes in the bloodline section, the jump forbids things like that. I guess it's to keep people from going cannibal on the setting.
It assimilates Redlight Infected and gains some of their abilities, or abilities vaguely based on theirs. Sometimes.
It consumes noninfected and slowly gains some of their skills and memories. Sometimes.
Not once does it ever display the ability to fuse to other biomatter, and it isn't on the level of actual conscious use and direction.
You'd be better going to GUNNM and using their biomimetic nanomachines.
>Unfortunately your body can only handle the Bloodline-Limits that you buy here, after entering the world your body will not be able to handle gaining the necessary genetic tampering to receive anymore.
It's in the notes at the top of the section on bloodline limits, right before the elemental bloodlines.
>Unfortunately your body can only handle the Bloodline-Limits that you buy here,
after entering the world your body will not be able to handle gaining the necessary genetic tampering to
receive anymore. Manipulating others genes thoroughly enough to grant them bloodline-limits is also
going to have a one percent survival and if they do survive it will only have a one percent success rate,
and that is if you're an excellent geneticist and doctor.
Just how powerful are Sorceresses from FFVIII. It says that one with the full control of their abilities is likely to be the most powerful being in the world, but what scale is that on, exactly?
Fooooool! German engineering is the greatest in the worrrrrrld!
I mean, you're free to ignore it if you want, but that's clearly Jump-chan placing arbitrary limitations on you. It wouldn't matter if you're a roiling mass of viruses or not, because she's multiversal-scale reality warper.>>44666086
Magicka's Revive doesn't give a shit, though.
The thing is that by their very nature the bloodlines interact with your soul. It doesn't matter that you're a viral mass, what matters is that your chakra network short circuits and proceeds to kill you by converting all your energy to chakra to fuel your new bloodline.
Jumpers, I'm going to change the subject to something most of you may think of as crazy, but also something that most of you have always dreamed of. I'm speaking of something that will bring you glory undending, forever cemeting your rightful place at the top of the multiversal foodchain. Yes, THAT.
How, and when, are you going to take on the Honey Badger. If you already have, how did you escape? Or by some miraculous chance, some massive feat of reality warping might, did you win? How? Come, regale us with your awesome tales of conquest.
Or if you want, just tell us about the strongest/best/most terrifying monster you've ever faced and lived to tell the tale.
The game. Revive only works on wizards, it can't revive anything else. You try casting it on random NPCs and it does nothing. And I know you're going to say "well, they probably just didn't code for that", but Magicka has all sorts of weird spell interactions that they did code for, so if they left that out it's probably intentional. It doesn't matter whether you believe me, though. The jump document says that you don't get the full-powered Revive until your chain ends.
Other way around. Revive does work on you during the jump, it's afterwards that it can't affect you. You know, to maintain the Magicka experience of constantly dying and being revived by the other players.
>take on the Honey Badger
Nope. Those things don't give a fuck.
As for the strongest, most horrifying monster I've faced... That'd be the Deer Lord from Nichijou.
It was supposed to be a fun drawback. It was just a slice of life setting. Just to spice it up.
It scaled to my power. I'd been going for 200 jumps... Including such things as GUNNM for Imaginos, Fate/ for Servant Stats, Pacific Rim and Godzilla to get a Kaiju Form that scales my stats up, Evangelion to add Angel on top of that, DC where I spliced Kryptonian genes into myself, One Piece for a Rumble-Rumble Logia to be invulnerable against *a lot*, learned more martial arts than you could shape a stick at, stacked durability, regen, speed, reflexes, strength, and magic up to the wazoo, and hell, I'd implanted cybernetic FTL-engines into myself to fight at that speed.
And I'd gone to Asura's Wrath. Gathered enough Mantra to fight at Mantra 8 for a while.
It wasn't enough. It was never enough. Atleast I could regenerate my torso after it headbutted me...
Pic related: >>44666432
What's the best way to put a power limiter on myself?
Both so I can have better immersion after I become an immortal reality-warping god and for dramatically appropriate moments when I remove it and spew some quote no one will get.
Resident Evil, too. My suggestion would be to get a perk that lets you absorb technology and integrate either the locket from Girl Genius or the restriction jacket from Resident Evil into your biology.
Let's see...Blame has several, not surprising given its focus on cybernetics. But I don't know if Dirge is done with that yet or if what he posted a while back was just a WIP. It's not on the drive yet, but that could mean anything. So instead I'd suggest Fusion Boomer from Bubblegum Crisis.
Long story short, dirge has confidence issues. Thread tried helping with it but then stopped giving a fuck when it didn't work and got worse.
This might be generalising things too much, though.
Yeah, I found it in the archives. Only a couple threads back, easy to find. Saved a copy just in case, though.
Last post from him I can find says that he'll keep uploading, but plans on doing them when he has a big batch. So assuming that's the case it would explain why he didn't put it on the drive.
A question for you Jumpers. Have you ever found a world that tempted you to just go, "Eh, screw all of this, I'm stayin'."
Mine is KanColle, there's just something about leading a fleet of shipgirls to fight eldritch beings that just calls to me.
Well you could always do it the canon way, have the required traits to unlock the higher rank eyeball and just do whatever they did in the movie or show. Like eating a chunk of kurama or stealing the eyes of some other person with a different eye so that your two similar eyes merge into the super eye.
Touhou because the idea of living in a danmaku filled world really appeals to me.
Also because my waifu is there.
paramecia type devil fruit
10 feet giant blood
the nine divines
devil fruit encyclopedia
No, that's pretty much spot on.
Dirge thinks he's shit, the vast majority of the thread thinks he's not shit, but there's only so much you can do to try to convince a guy.
It's kind of sad but whatayagonnado.
And some people turn into assholes about it.
That's about it.
>is it all of them
Relationship dynamics is already bad with normal women. It would take a braver anon than I to attempt to add Touhou characters to a harem.
But yeah she's in it to the left of Aya. It's
>Took Spacebattles' MLP jump after becoming the Rider of War.
>Took TCB drawback.
>Granted all of humanity superpowers.
>Led humanity to war with the ponies and crushed them beneath my heel.
>Granted humanity FTL tech and led them to the stars to war with other sentient species.
It was glorious. I was really tempted to stay.
Swords and Sorcery, probably.
S&S because I honestly really loved that place. There was always more to explore, always more grandiose plotlines and developments, heroes and villains and rogues and warriors and wizards that rose and fell organically. It's such a great feeling to declare, in all seriousness, right in front of the evil necromancer that his "vile schemes will never bear fruit", have him respond with a cackle and a villain speech, and upon vanquishing him - not killing, but /vanquishing/ - returning to the celebration of the honest townsfolk.
There were such heights to be reached, and even the lows felt significant. I got my first companion there, my first ancestral sword. I saw the rise and fall of kingdoms, robbed magical treasuries, defended ramparts from orcish hordes, hunted great beasts, cracked open long-lost tombs. Honestly when the chain ends I'll probably put my house in order on earth and head right back to Swords & Sorcery for a long vacation.
Awakened I would say Psychometry. By touching an object he can "read" the past.
Requiem changes the base power which is remote viewing via photographs/crystal balls/tvs, I would have to go with Requiem you can see the future and past of those you're remote viewing. Hell Jorge Joestar's "The Passion" is pretty good example. It reads the future and past of user's blood relatives including those from alternative universes.
Then the jump needs to say that. As is, it just says you can alter others' genes, not yours. But if you can alter yours, that opens up a lot of possibilities. As you say, "ridiculously difficult" is quite different from "impossible", especially when talking about a jumper. Good to hear.
Oh speaking of Stands, I've found myself with one and well, I'd like to hear your opinions on it:
A pair of transluscent green-eyed white snakes that stretch out of both the User's hands and from there, either or both snakes can possess an object they're holding. Removing the possessed object from the User's range will cause the Stand to violently rebound back into the User and thus harm them greatly.
Possessive Skill - The User gets an understanding of how to use the object that Living Expenses possesses, the longer Living Expenses possesses it, the more complete and solid the knowledge is. The object in this manner can harm other Stands and spiritual beings. The Stand can also manipulate a possessed object with the relevant skill.
The User's eyes gain a green tinge and during moments of high emotions, their pupils contract into slits.
Skill Rent - By possessing another person, Living Expenses can teach someone else a skill from he knows, the longer the possession, the more complete the skill the other gets. In this manner, Living Expenses can actually regenerate damage done to it and its User by consuming negligible amounts of the target's energy, but in return, it needs to pass a skill that the User knows to its 'landlord' if you will. This can be reversed, by giving up some of their energy to the target Living Expenses is possessing to heal them, the User can learn a skill that the possessed knows, this process can be interrupted if the possessed leaves the Stand's Range.
The Stand becomes a multitude of white snakes with red markings all over their body, their number is seemingly endless and they merge together to create their User's Skill Clones. However, they can only go as far as 20 metres from the User.
Skill Rebellion - Creates a manifestation for one of the User's Skills, this manifestation is a clone and possesses their mundane physical fitness and absolute mastery over the Skill it possesses, it comes into existance knowing its task and cannot be reasoned with otherwise. Living Expenses can create just one of these to begin with, but with more training, more clones can be created, only one skill can spawn a clone. These clones can only exist for 30 minutes regardless of the number created.
Destructive Power - N/A
Speed - B
Range - D
Durability - D
Precision - A
Developmental Potential - A
blue diamond hybrid. how that happened was a long and convoluted process. garnet doesn't like me much.
>What is your giant, glowing, weak spot made out of?
In most cases, yes. There is a way around this - Stasis Pods. However, you have to buy those for your Warehouse and they're 20 of your 150 Warehouse points a pop.
There's also the Blue Feather, but that's honestly often considered a bit scummy. Bothmethod srequire sthe person you're asking to agree to go with you voluntarily (as in, no threatening them with violence, and no mind control).
Normally, but there are certain things that can make people companions, even if their Jump says they can't be taken. These include things like Stasis Pods from the Warehouse supplement, and an item from Harvest Moon where you marry someone and take them with you as a Companion. Try to find something you like. There's bound to be more than what I mentioned.
Hey is Bismuth can be a gem I don't see why Ammolite can't.
Azurite and Turquoise. Their combined form is Chrysocolla.
All three of them are created by oxidizing copper, which is used for wiring and technology, and is said to act as a base or grounding and empowering element in gem spiritualism.
Azurite is used for mental acuity, Turqoise for healing and protection. Chrysocolla is a stone for harmony and communication.
Chrysocolla was damaged in the war, and her gem split down the middle. The two halves then became separate gems, which was completely unprecedented, and attributes to my special ability, which did fuck all during the actual jump, but enables me to split again after the jump was over.
I spent way, way too much time on this shit.
Azurite just built forcefield jewelry for them to clip onto the gems. I mean, I guess you still could have damaged them by slamming through the back of the light construct and destroy them from the other side, but nobody ever thought to do that.
Hell, nobody ever really thought to just attack the gems directly. Haven't the faintest clue why.
And now it's just an altform.
>Sounds cool but is that really a gemstone?
It is. Normally it loses the ammonite shell shape as it crystallizes and forms into thin sheets, but it's not unknown for the sheets to form on the shell and get cool looking things like pic related.
Seems interesting, Awakening could probably use a bit of tweaking to prevent silliness with using the energy for skill exchange to fill your opponent's head with useless skills and gain all their useful ones by constantly flipping between the input/output modes leaving you at the same general amount of energy you started with. Requiem could do with a specification on what happens if someone kills or injures the clones (does Stand sympathy apply? Do you lose the skill permanently if you die?). Other than that a good and unusual Stand.
Here are some engadgements that required an equal or far larger number of ships: the Annihilation Wave, the Cancerverse Invasion, the Reapers, the Cylon invasion, the Seraphim invasion, the Yuushan Vong invasion, and the Borg eradication campaign.
My ACU Light of Terra can pump out a interdiction frigate in 30 seconds, a heavy cruiser in about a minute, a fully-equipped battleship every five minutes, and a dreadnought every half hour. For the capabilities each has? That's a blistering production rate. In a single 24 hour period I can produce:
>140 Heavy Cruisers
>280 Interdiction Frigates
That's just from the LoT, when you factor in my separate factories and mobile engineering ships, the numbers can spiral up quickly.
>My ACU Light of Terra can pump out a interdiction frigate in 30 seconds, a heavy cruiser in about a minute, a fully-equipped battleship every five minutes, and a dreadnought every half hour.
Hot fucking damn.
You got a pastebin or something? I'm really curious as to the components of that combo.
This anon >>44669251 is right. If you buy a Return from the Warehouse and expend it on Pokemon you can grab a PC and take everything you caught. Notably Pokemon are sapient and count against the limit on maximum active companions at a time.
I don't. When I build a proper battle fleet I leave them in that jump under the care of my designated successor. If I've planted a Tower, then the Administrator Reyvateil is the one in charge of the fleets left behind.
I do keep a handful of battleships and engineering ships with me though. For those, I have them built from the ground up with RWBY collapsing tech, which can reduce their size considerably, but does nothing for their weight. Once they are fully collapsed, then I hit them with a shrinking ray/shrinking spell powered by a Orgel of Origins. That same Orgel of Origins also powers a tractor beam and gravity sled, so once shrunk the ship can be maneuvered into the sled. Once docked, the sled's combination of repulsors and antigravity arrays suspend the collapsed ship for easy transportation.
I only keep a small honor guard of ships in this way, but it is more than possible to keep a whole fleet stored in the LoT or my Tower annex in the warehouse using this method.
Time is the only real limitation as each Orgel of Origins takes several months to manufacture and test.
Also, deploying and storing ships stored in this way takes time, so it it isn't a combat-capable method of transporting a fleet.
Asteroid mining, all the precious metals you could want. From there I sell them to the merchant from Anno 2070 for in-jump cash.
Rinse and repeat.
I knew I saved this for a reason.
Behold! A star destroyer made human!
I mean, it's going to be an instant buy. But it's hardly the only jump like that. For instance, does anyone go to Girl Genius and not be a Spark. Or Teen Titans and not a Tamaranean/Half-Demon?
It'll just have to be expensive with no discounts or something.
>Teen Titans and not be a Tamaranean / Half Demon
I've seen multiple builds that didn't go for either of those, but that's honestly beyond the point. We're talking a magic system that can literally do anything if one takes into account the opposite reaction and the Sorcerer/Sorceress' ability at manipulating it, and the only taxing bit is fucking /willpower/.
I sell stuff. Gold, gems, advanced technology, whatever will make me the most profit in the world I'm currently in.
Pawning off gold is the easiest though, especially after I've been to a fantasy jump like Dragon's Crown or Endless Legend.
I also gained a lot of knowledge in hologram and computer technology early on thanks to Yu-Gi-Oh, so sometimes I'll make and sell hologram projectors and VR games to have a steady source of income.
It's just very versatile. You focus your will, say a word, and stuff happens. Or, at least, that's the gist of it.
In reality, all uses are incredibly draining, you have to account for physics when doing stuff, and even minor uses make a lot of "noise" that can alert anyone who can sense supernatural stuff that you're doing something. Also, erasing things will fuck you over. Hard.
I have that collateral damage to money perk from Saint's Row and I've destroyed serval planets among other things. It would be difficult to get rid of the amount of money I have.
I'm not even him, but this meme of "trying to make sure a jump is internally balanced = whining" is pathetic.
Come up with some other counterargument. Something that takes a little thought.
>They're not involved in making the jump and nobody has posted a WIP at all.
Alright, let me ask you this. Suppose the anon who has expressed an interest in making it does make a WIP, and the "whiny" anon brings up the issues of the Will and the Word. Are you going to continue calling him a shit, or will he finally have a point?
Personally, I'm just waiting for every 'gotta be the protagonist' anon throwing an almighty shitfit when they try to mess with the plot and wind up dooming the universe because of how tightly-woven that prophecy is.
How bad of an idea is it to
pod Hitler, Mengele, Goebbels, Goering, Mussolini, and Francoin the Platoon jump?
If anon sees a real balance issue they can discuss it. They can't complain and flip tits if people don't agree with their view like they usually do, but they can express their view.
But premature complaining like this before they even see a WIP? That's just as bad as those people who bitch about updates before they even know what's going to be in them.
It's anti-life matter from outside of reality, if it's a metal, gem, or what is anyone's guess.
As bad as podding any other megalomaniacal mass murderers I suppose.
The metaphysics are complicated, but basically, the universe originally had one Purpose, that was split into two Purposes. Each one has a plot the want the universe to follow and specific destiny for everyone. When these conflict, they cause an Event with each side having chosen agents to interact with the Event.
Ultimately the fate is of reality is decided by
the protagonist and Sauron-lite. If a conclusion isn't reached, everything goes to shit and the universe dies.
Okay, so the plot of the Belgariad and the Mallorean is like this:
In the beginning, the Universe had a Purpose (capitalized intentionally because it's sapient). Then something happened that wasn't supposed to happen, fracturing the Purpose into two opposite Purposes, and the universe started being consumed by a massive, massive, fuckhuge almighty fiery explosion.
These two Purposes don't want that to happen, but at the same time there's only one way to fix it - there needs to be one Purpose again, and that growing hole in space-time-universe needs to be patched up, which requires one of these two Purposes to go. Thing is, they can't duel it out because of their sheer power - if they do, literally everything ends.
So instead they decided to play a game, using the little planet on which the Belgariad and the Mallorean take place. It's like a game of chess if said chess pieces represented kingdoms, nations, key individuals, and Gods (yes, Gods are involved), all to create the exact circumstances in which the Ultimate Child of Light and the Ultimate Child of Dark are to meet, and the
Blind Seeress of Kellis to choose between them.
But in the years between now and when those two meet, everything has an exact date that has to be kept, called an Event, and let me tell you these are very specific. They can't be a day before or a day behind, it has to happen that exact moment.
So with all that in mind, in comes a Jumper.
And you can imagine how quickly everything goes to shit in a handbasket.
On top of what these three said, the two forces at play have to be kept equally matched - which means both information, power-ups, and the like.
You can't spoil the plot to the one side, because then that means the Child of X can spoil their half of the plot to the other side. You can't make Garion into an Asgardian God of Manliness, because then that means the Child of Dark can turn their representative into something just as powerful.
>Not podding Orwell, Eugene V. Debs, Leon Trotsky, Mao, and Ho Chi Minh
Setting aside the fact that most crwons are mostly metal anyway, I'd point out that
it's not the conventional kind of crown, it's a couple globs of the stuff being held in orbit around his head. Either DF gods are really, really goddamn hardcore or he's just very careful about moving his head with that stuff around him.
Some settings just aren't meant to become jumps unless you're willing to take them by the foundation and destroy the premise. In the past gauntlets helped alleviate this to some extent when used properly, but then people started hating on gauntlets with things like "Well it's bullshit to limit my powers" or "Arbitrary caps that don't make sense."
So now as jumpmakers you're left with a decision. Do you disrespect canon entirely and say that the jumper has ultimate authority over the setting, or do you try to enforce canon restrictions that ultimately some jumpers will take as a challenge to "break"? Neither of these ever really end well.
Some places are nice to look at, terrible to make into a jump.