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What magic systems let you cast spells to happen after a certain period of time has passed, or when certain conditions are met (traps etc)? Are there any perks that let you cast spells like this?
So about Undertale, if I take Weapon Magic along with Gaster Blaster will I be able to pull of Sans level of lasers?
Because at this point I have some CP left and I figured I might as well go in for the Sans powerset.
I don't even see why you'd need Weapon Magic.
The thing you really need is being able to rapid fire damage people and throw in a ton of bullets at once, preferably being capable of hurting them multiple times with even a single bullet -- so, keeping it persistent instead of disintegrating on contact with a soul, and not allowing for any kind of recovery period.
There is sadly not a perk for that.
So probably take Gaster Blaster alongside Strong Magic, and then practice the hell out of your bullet patterns and bullet control and consistency.
What would stop me from waifuing Jolyne from Jojo?
And how can we save Foo Fighters? Apparently, if they inserted disc again into something else it would be a "new" Foo Fighters. Like, as if the first one was a game that someone forgot to save and then turned off, so the new one would be a new game. But it seems first Foo Fighters got a soul, so could you save her through soul shaneianigans?
Actually, what I meant was being able to fire off a ridiculous amount of lasers like in his fight.
What's Strong Magic though?
>sword or a swiss-army knife
>What would stop me from waifuing Jolyne from Jojo?
The fact that she's in jail and you may not be able to easily reach her. Anasui and his whole obsession thing. Possibly Star Platinum's fist if Jotaro doesn't approve of you.
This is all assuming, of course, that she actually wants to be your waifu. Personal compatibility is always the most important factor in these things.
>And how can we save Foo Fighters?
Your best bet is probably to just make sure she doesn't die in the first place. That would easily let you get around all that stuff you mentioned.
Jumpers! A slight announcement for the future.
After the Bayo update and Indiana Jones (which is still slated to be released this month), I'm going to work on something... special. Something diabolical and twisted, to further the call of despair and anguish.
It will be hard. It'll feel like a twisted game of Tug-of-War, what with the
Four Directionsthat could be done. Or maybe you feel a little different, preferring to be above it all and pledging yourself to the Undivided.Then there's the age-old method of being above it all, and staying out of it like the filthy Loyalist you are.Really, who knows! But there's going to be a lot of nifty things. After all, who doesn't enjoy a little Chaos? Planned gigs:
-Six Backgrounds: The Four, Undivided, and Loyalist
-Shared and Background-exclusive sections of perks and powers
-Weapon Customization, Daemon or Normal
-Items of strange and terrible lore, delving into the darkness
-Hope you don't end up becoming a Chaos Spawn!
-Just kidding. You are all going to die.
>What would stop me from waifuing Jolyne from Jojo?
Nothing, really. You just need to save her from Pucci somehow. Doesn't matter how.
Make it so that she doesn't get into the situation where she dies. Simple as that. Maybe something like Danger Sense from Cardcaptor Sakura and some method of teleporting.
In all seriousness I'm curious
>I love swords so much
Good answers and a good discussion, but I think I asked the question wrong. Let me try it more directly.
Do you prefer:
>A few big abilities that are very strong, but may not be well suited to the current problem?
>A large number of weak powers, but usually having one that's well suited to the situation at hand?
Sword, then. But with how long the chain will go on, it's guaranteed that I'll turn into a swiss-army sword eventually. Sometimes, you just can't put all the CP towards diplomancy and actual communication skills.
Well, nifty indeed. Have you considered, unless you already wanted to have loyalist as a counter-foil (I never get to use that phrase), for that origin to be rogue instead? There are alot of nefarious folk who run askance of the Big E while still nope-ing away from the 4 lords of Oh God why? with such perfidious traits as indulging in xeno-artifacts, grand theft spaceship and jay walking.
>implying there won't be options for those who merely want to seek perfection in combat or the arts
>implying there aren't options for chasing your passion
>implying it's just going to be a horndog festival
Oh ye of little faith.
While tempting, I'm worried of stepping on the Light of Terra jump's toes regarding that.
I tend to try to not get involved with plot related characters unless otherwise it gets super bad, like with the world reset... Although mostly if a character were to die, I find a way to save them either JUST before death or rebuild them AFTER death. Like, make it seem like they died like with canon, but actually save them.
I try to not get involved up till the point where the plot no longer requires the person. Hm.
Also, if I were to save them this way... Oh. That kid won't be able to see the "Alternate Jolyne" ...will he? Technically, the souls are supposed to be gone if killed off by Pucchi or such and yet the alternate appeared...
So I save Foo Fighters and Jolyne moments before actually dying, but making it so that the "EFFECT" of their death still remains, by donig some stuff on my own to ensure that it works like that, after which I await reset and as per the jumper rule, I am thrown the fuck into Steel Ball Run instead of somewhere else.
...That was the thing? If you survive the reset, you get thrown into steel ball run? Or you get thrown to alternate prehistory with alternate pillarmen?
It's been a while but does Shepard actually need the cybernetic implants they get from being revived Cerberus?
I figured the best time to make a good impression on Shepard was when Normandy got ganked and they got blown into space.
I think there are scenarios now, and a few new drawbacks. I can't remember if the prices changes for family wealth were from the latest update, or the one before it.
Speaking of Potter, which house is the best? It looks like our options are the jock house, the evil house, the nerd house, and the "literally who?" house.
Nerd house or Jock house.
Nerds aren't boring when they're slinging fireballs, and the Jocks get to go on adventures and shit.
Evil house is a shithole filled by and large with assholes. 'Literally who?' house is incredibly boring and everyone is incredibly mediocre seeming only to exist so occasionally one of them can do something really well and surprise everyone.
I also fanwanked as you going into the alternate of stone ocean like Emporio. So I guess if you want steel ball run giddy up cowboy ? Jojolion plot progression! Hell if you want fabulous dinosaurs go for it friend.
Ravenclaw or Hufflepuff are probably the best for students. You're not in the rival houses, and both hard work and sheer smarts would help with studying and learning more magic. Bravery and Ambition are all well and good, but the 'core traits' of the house don't help as much. That said, we see smart Gryffindor's and stupid Ravenclaw's, disloyal Hufflepuffs and unambitious Slytherins. It really comes down to personal taste.
AH, can't decide, can't decide.
THere is definitely ONE thing for sure. The one easiest to waifu if you save them is Foo Fighters. Especially that due to how she is and acts like, she would fit jumper the best.
They did upgrade Shepard, but the cybernetics were essential to the reconstruction process as well. Remember Shep crash landed on a planet and was reduced to plulp, they state multiple times that the damage done to them was far more extensive than they thought and in Renegade more we see Shepard's eyes and facials scars light up because their new mechanical bits are overheating.
>implying I won't just tell the sorting hat what house I want
>implying the only sway he has over who goes to what house is the fact most eleven year olds aren't going to question authority to that degree
I prefer to have a few categories that are prioritized over others (Magic, Kingship/Leadership, Swordplay, Crafting/Creation) but there are so many jumps that I've been able to build myself to a basic level of competency in so many fields.
But I don't take a strict interpretation of Diminishing Returns, or else it wouldn't make any sense to specialize in something. It'd make more sense to get 2-3 perks in every field, because after those first few perks, you barely get anything out of the new ones you buy.
In Undertale, would giving Flowey any other soul from another jump give him his ability to enjoy things back?
If not, would a soul taken from another universe where it is the source of emotions and/or empathy be good enough?
I'm still stuck on doing my stand I've been tweaking it so it's not disgusting like I accidentally did last time . Has this improved ?
《Forever Delayed Act II》
What's mine is yours and yours is mine: the user now has the ability to transfer damage that would be acquired to them to a select area or person instead. Two requirements must be met before activation. 1: the user must have "tagged" the target by hand.
2: the user must take damage for the place or person tagged before transferring damage over.
Tag Your it: the user can now tag a target delaying an action/effect from a longer range ( only five can be placed at a time).
Oh not rogue trader, I mean more renegade, whether that's a renegade space marine or some hiver who just brained a arbites with a brick, or just some schmuck who got put on the wrong side of the kill on sight list without being chaosy. In any case I more than understand not stepping on toes. Just always loved that precarious edge in the lore of renegades slowly slipping into chaotic territory (or at least joining some warband with almost enough spikes to be a toddler by DE standards) while denying or deluding themselves that its not so.
I prefer a few strong abilities. I am short on memory and would rather know what I can do in a situation. Plus, it helps build on a theme.
If you take the Thu'um from Skyrim are you at risk of being unable to speak like the Greybeards?
Also, is the shout at the strength it is in game, or like the books mention when a few Tongues (people who could Shout) would line up to Shout down walls in place of siege engines?
The Greybeards aren't mute. It's just that their voices are so powerful, to speak is to use the thu'um. That's why before the retarded ass Greybeard cult outlawed it, masters of the voice would wear gags.
I found it kinda bizarre that the jump had Sorting decided by a dice roll rather than a "pick an appropriate house for your jumper or do one of those online quizzes as your jumper". Even a "if you don't pay 50cp to choose, you must select whatever House would be most amusing to your Benefactor" would make more sense.
Maybe the Hat just crashes, and its announcement is a buffer overflow, whenever it's stuck on a Jumper's head. Because other than that I got nothing.
This never made sense to me. Is it that they have to take the meaning of the word into their soul to such an extent that they risk accidentally using that word and releasing a shout when they intend to use it in a mortal tongue instead?
I find it silly as well, it's not like it affects everyone anyways. Talos could speak normally and he's likely the most powerful Tongue in history, well maybe Akatosh beats him but likely not.
STEEL IS MY BODY AND FIRE IS MY BLOOD
You're not alone. Since it doesn't effect discounts or anything else meaningful and is ultimately a flavor thing, I always had a home rule that, while you can't just choose freely, you could choose whichever house those online quizzes put you in.
He actually isn't. Talos is more powerful. Akatosh is like number 7 in the power rankings. Time is a big deal... for Mundus and mortals. For Aedra and Daedra, time isn't a be all end all.
A bread knife with my companions filling out the rest of the spaces in the knife block.
The king, the usurper, and the observer.
If you want to know why Talos is so powerful, it's because he's all-in-three, not witnessed as false individuals. Also because Aka was shattered into seven pieces, is another reason why Akatosh (only one of the shards) is far below Talos.
Hey, guys, I got a houserule, and it's so dumb I just have to share it with you. Confession is the only way I can cope with the guilt. Plus I need your help in balancing this fucker so I'm not playing EASY MODO.
Every ten jumps, if you go above and beyond a certain threshold of entertaining Jumpchan, she'll allow you to retake a jump you've already taken.
Now, obviously there's incentive in the form of GAINZ here, but that's not my primary motivation for this. If it were, I'd just go "Singleplayer I make the rules I can just take every perk Im free." and I don't wanna do that.
My primary motivation is to be able to go to jumps with multiple continuities, like Sonic or Scooby Doo. So yes, I wanted a way to have my cake and eat it too.
Balancing factors I've thought of all involve drawbacks. Maybe for the second take I have to take a certain amount of drawbacks without getting points for them. Or maybe I have to take at least one drawback from each jump leading up to this without getting points from it? Hell, maybe I lose the ability to gain points from drawbacks entirely. I don't know.
Ugh, I worded this so much better last time, but the thread crashed before I could post.
I don't really get it either, especially since the guy that can talk is either said to be or implied to be so skilled he can talk, like it goes right the way back around again. I just want to know if it's something we as Jumpers face, and if we're able to do bigger Shouts than in the game. Also I suppose I should ask if we can Shout more than in the game, like being able to Shout more often as you get skilled/throat gets used to channeling that much power?
It is good to admit your sins, anon, for only then can you repent of them.
Well, Flowey doesn't really seem to get any empathy when he absorbs the first six human souls (which are not comprised of love/emotion according to the little placards you come across in Waterfall), whereas he does get it back when he absorbs the monster souls, so... probably it requires a special KIND of soul, ie, one that specifically grants the power to feel feelings/empathy.
Flowey's problem is literally just he does not have the parts required to feel empathy and love, so you prettymuch have to be able to replace those parts. He's also a flower, so this complicates matters.
I'm not really an authority, but... like, some anons were thinking of using Dark Binding from Hellsing to give him a soul? And that was thought of by some other anons as a bad idea, because Dark Binding makes you go insane unless the souls are evil, and giving Flowey an evil soul seems like a Bad Idea.
But I think if you gave him something that specifically could allow a sapiant talking flower that capacity to feel love, that'd be good enough?
Like, if we ever get one of those Kingdom Hearts jumps, and you somehow drug a heart over specifically for Flowey, that would PRRROBABLY(?) work.
I gave him one of my Temmie souls (because I had nine at the time), and I assume that works, because they are specifically monster souls.
And your only problems after that are:
1) Is Flowey going to be okay with using a stolen soul, and
2) He's probably still a flower.
Or, I dunno, throw science at it.
If you're going to do this just say that return recharges after ten or so jumps. You don't get extra CP so there's no power gaming, and you get what you say you want. A few people have mentioned something like this, but if you do this don't bother mentioning it in thread, it'll get people angry at you.
My thoughts for potential ways to balance this are:
>You don't get any CP the second time around, and you can't gain CP from drawbacks. Also, you can't abuse this rule to do things like getting an additional copy of a legendary artifact.
>Jumps with multiple continuities work like the Horror jump or the Sitcom jump. That is, you're able to somehow "travel" into alternate continuities through some method. Same rule about no abusing this to get doubles of unique items, waifus, or anything else you're not supposed to be able to get.
My own rule for stuff like this is to ask myself, "how do I benefit?" If you don't get any kind of power boost and it makes for a better story, I think it's okay.
Fanwank. Personally I'd assume buying it gives you innate talent (especially if you choose to become the Dragonborn) and so you don't have to worry about it. And I go with lore level shouts because otherwise that's a stupidly high cost for like 20 shouts that are mediocre and have a frankly absurd cooldown for how weak they are.
>My primary motivation is to be able to go to jumps with multiple continuities, like Sonic or Scooby Doo.
Ok, so have it that instead of letting you retake jumps, she gives you a Return that can go to an alternate continuity instead. With a free background if you need it. That way you get no gain in power beyond what just spending more time in the jump would get you, so no real powergaming.
Easiest way to balance it? You lose ALL purchases you made the first time through. It's still a big boost - you get to re-spend points, and don't lose any knowledge or anything. But getting 2000+CP? You might as well just do a 2000+CP build.
Alright. It's gonna take some time, but I can work with this. Thank you.
Now, to figuring out a way to justify this entire thing coming together before I jumped Undertale, with no way of knowing I'd ever go there.
...Maybe the Benefactor likes sappy drama? She probably has some idea of what I'd feel in that situation.
>implying drugs are bad
go to bed gramps
>Like, if we ever get one of those Kingdom Hearts jumps, and you somehow drug a heart over specifically for Flowey, that would PRRROBABLY(?) work.
Are you saying you have to fill Flowey's Dark soul with LIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIGHT?
Well there are some jumps that go beyond the normal CP cap once you take drawbacks and such into account. FR has around 5000 CP for you to play with if you took every drawback I think.
Confession is only the first step.
Expiation is also required.
Hadn't thought of this. So, rather than revisit the jump, I can just go to different continuities. How does that affect time spent there, though? Actually, wait, that's a pretty good point, because it forces me to choose where I spend my ten years. I can combine continuities, but I can only spend time in the beginning of them because I've only got ten years, so I won't make it to late game in either one. Not so bad when the plot happens in just one day--I mean, then this could be a game breaker, actually--though I don't think jumps with alternate continuities usually have that problem anyway. But, if the plot is a long runner, then you have to give up the late game in order to travel. Pretty nice.
I think this is probably the closest to what I was originally looking for.
This works too. I mean, both of these options are easier than the "travel between continuities." choice. I'll say that's a hard mode option and keep it in mind later because it's interesting.
Okay, one more confession. My other other motive was for the Kantai Collection Jump. I want to be the Admiral but I also want to be the little Sixth Ranger Abyssal Girl.
But, even with these rules I can do that. It's a stretch, but I expected no less. Anyway, thanks guys.
...now that I think about it, I could have just waited until after the DBZ jump, but that assumes I win that.
I think Inheritance magic can do that, but you'd have to give it a battery of some kind to power the spell if you plan on leaving the area, since Inheritance magic runs on mundane energy.
>Maybe the Hat just crashes, and its announcement is a buffer overflow, whenever it's stuck on a Jumper's head.
>McGondola puts the hat on the Jumper's head.
>It starts screaming and catches on fire.
If you take the perk there's probably no risk of that happening, since it's basically handed to you by the Benefactor.
If you try to learn it the old fashion way, no telling what'll happen.
>"THAT WAS A PRICELESS MAGICAL RELIC!"
>"Er, I know where some of the other relics from your founders are if you want me to go grab them?"
And that's the story of how Jumper spent the entire Harry Potter jump being the Big Good to pay back their Hat Debt.
I need to Remove Fairy, /jc/.
Wot've you got, besides:
>get a Cold Iron weapon
>go Iron Dragon Slayer in Fairy Tail
>be a Steel-type in Pokemon
>get Fire Ant (Earth) in SimAnt so I can eventually eat and become cold iron
>Double Genius Earthbending->Metalbending
>stack magic resistance/immunities
It can lead to some funny situations, though.
Landing on something you didn't expect.
It could just be that I'm a total wannabe writefag at heart, but I can't help but think those situations make for interesting stories.
I actually rolled a 1. Gryffindor!
Except... Harry Potter is somewhat well into my chain. Which means I had already long since "fallen" and begun to convince myself that I'm not a good person, or even deserving of being called one.
And... apparently the hat disagreed.
I said no. It was like an inverse of Harry Potter's. Anything, anything but that.
"Are you sure?" Said the hat. "You could be great. If you'd stop beating yourself."
"Is there nothing I can say to change your mind?"
"Well, I guess it's your choice to make."
"... better go to..."
I paid the 50CP and went to Ravenclaw instead.
Well, they can't all be funny.
So, hey, /jc/, which of the houses did you go to in Harry Potter, and how did you interact with your housemates specifically?
Double Earth Bending Genius. I'd think that with double Genius in any element you could probably approach Avatar tier feats, you just have to make sure it's not something done using two or more elements. For example I could do anything Toph or Bumi did and probably do it bigger and better besides, but I couldn't do Kyoshi's island moving trick since that used airbending as well (somehow).
I want to be able to set up machines that can teleport gear to other people. Does anyone know of a teleporter that can send hundreds of items to hundreds of different people in a really short time? I have the Star Trek transporters but I it's not fast enough. A way to speed it up would also work.
Are you sure you want one centralized machine to handle all that? It seems like it'd be more efficient to hand an individual teleporter to each of those hundreds of different people, manufacturing difficulties aside. But in answer to your question, I think there's an item from Worm that would allow you to open an item-sized portal next to each of the targets that leads to wherever the items you want are stored, at which point the targets could just reach through and grab it. Alternatively there's a capstone from Iji that gets you a teleportation device that explicitly can call weapons to your hands; I'm sure with some tech perks you could mass-produce or upscale it to handle hundreds of users. Aside from that I'm not really sure, I have the Doormaker shard and took that capstone in Iji but otherwise most of my teleportation abilities are magical in nature.
> hundreds of items to hundreds of different people
Not really. If you're using machines, you'd either need hundreds of different relay points set up or some way to teleport things anyway, which would probably require coordinates for each teleportation.
I mean. The only way I can really think to do it is create a robot or an AI with the ability to teleport, load it up with all the requisite processing power to figure that shit out in a nanosecond, and then have it take care of the problem.
You could install the AI into a console with a teleportation pad, but it'd still need some way to move product onto the pad, unless you have other machines/people helping out with that.
Looks like I'll just have to have lots of teleporters. An AI managing it would be a good idea though, and I'll take a look at the Iji and Worm teleporters. Thanks.
Could you reverse engineer the Dimensional Breach Controller? That'd solve your problem and let you portal gear to people in other dimensions, which most teleporters don't do.
I was trying to figure out how crazy of an epic spell it would take to rez the God Emperor when I realized I don't know if he should count as actually dead or just at -9999 hit points and stable. Any thoughts?
So, I've just learned a valuable lesson.
Tell me about the time you lived to regret taking a drawback.
Yeah, that's more or less what I'd intended to suggest. I'd forgotten what the name of the Worm item was. Though to be fair on reading it it seems like it only opens one portal at a time rather than being a technological Doormaker shard like I thought, so you would have to do some reverse engineering
SimAnt has a miniaturization engineering perk, in a sort of round about way. It's one of the capstones/CHEATS.
Maybe go Reverse Engineering in Worm, but also get a Miniaturization tinker cache so you can figure out the principles that they work on?
With enough time and patience and the appropriate tech level, you can pick apart basically anything. If you have the option to choose, go for M&E.
Though don't forget that we've got a perk somewhere that lets you build things on a 1000:1 efficiency scale. As in, a rifle the same size is now one thousand times more powerful, etc. I forget where the heck it is, I saw it the other day and went 'that's silly, but cool'.
Found it, and you are right; it's the v2.
Either way, the scale implied by the Worm M&E is superior anyways. Fusion reactor the size of a watch battery at a minimum. Even in a starship those still end up being the size of a king size bed, at absolute minimum.
Swiss army gun.
>which of the houses did you go to in Harry Potter, and how did you interact with your housemates specifically?
I actually rolled Slytherin, which worked perfectly for my plan, which was to the rest of the world, be the one "who got put in Slytherin because of his Pureblood family, but is actually an ok guy", but to Slytherin be one of the them, and feed info to the MCs.
Gryffindor! Mainly because I didn't want to have to deal with Ravenclaw's riddle door. I'm really bad at riddles
and bad for Tom Riddles.
As for my housemates, I was kinda obnoxiously bombastic! Got along rather well with the Weasley twins as such and if there was half an excuse to shoot electricity at something I was down for it.
Wherever I could amble my way into the plot I did - however everyone thought it was a pretty good idea to leave me out of anything that required stealth or subtlety.
Let me put it this way:
One of the most powerful, most difficult force abilities- light or dark, but this one is light- is blocking someone's force connection indefinitely.
You can GIVE someone a force connection after both jumps.
I'm a Battleship senpai, I don't buy into your weapon binary social construct..
Ravenclaw. It is pretty much the perfect house for me both personally (what can I say, I look good in blue and bronze) and professionally (I am become king of the nerds)
I didn't interact a whole lot with my peers the first few years. That changed one A) I got settled into the ability to blast assholes with lightning, and B) found out about the whole bullying shituation. I'd like to say that Flitwick was proud of my justice crusade, but something tells me that wasn't true after the eleventh person got sent to the Hospital Wing and the accompanying "I am disappointed in you" speech.
Ravenclaw, and I kinda did my own thing with some companions. The big bad voldemort kinda lost his edge when faced with magitech enhanced mobile suits. The main issue was with the regulations against enhanced muggle technology. The last few years were endless lobbying against those archaic regulations and massive fines.
I'm an electronics warfare specialist!
I mean yeah I have tomahawks and a mk 42 cannon, but they all work better with a better electronic warfare suite
Plz, no bully.
I too identify as shipkin. All these terrestrial scum say that we can't be ships but I'll show them. I'm going to have a surgeon attach twelve inch guns, and then we'll see who's laughing. Fucking tincanphobics.
If I used transformative wings from Darkstalkers to turn my shadow into a limb, and then took black of night from Fallen London, would I be able to treat my separated shadow as an extension of myself rather then a separate entity?
In every way, except physical, I am an Arleigh Burke-Class Destroyer
I honestly don't know, but I would wager the creators of bote sluts didn't think that deeply about it.
Speaking about crossover pics.
Jumpers, what your favorite crossover between two franchises that you have inadvertently created through your presence
Well, there was the time I took the "The Stars Are Correct" drawback from Magicka. See, my reasoning was that both Cthuhlu and Assatur die pretty much instantly to a vortex magick being placed on top of them, so I figured dealing with all the old ones would be a walk in the park. I was right, for the most part, minus a few very close calls. What I didn't account for was that they kept coming back. Turns out mortality doesn't apply to them the same way it does puny mortals, who would have thought? So it was 10 grueling years pretty much constantly fighting old ones and their minions (they're not nearly as strong as in the lovecraft universe, but still). And naturally due to the nature of the world of Magicka it was just me and my companions doing all of the work. Don't make my mistake, kids. If you think you can take on the old ones in any shape or form, you probably can't. I left that world on the edge of ending. Some day I'll have to go back and fix the mess I caused.
Strike Witches and Ace Combat
I mean. I don't really cause any more crossovers than what becomes of my companions following me from world to world.
I give Bowser full command of the Waddle Dees whenever he's out, in addition to miscellaneous resources. That goes about as well as you'd expect. I prettymuch let him do whatever the hell he wants.
Malefor's usually sulking around somewhere, although he's much smaller than people here know him as.
If you can imagine Excalibur interacting with just about anyone, that's probably a thing that's happened.
Oh, and Bass gets a kick out of throwing himself at the big badasses of whatever setting. Occasionally he gets his ass kicked. A lot of times, though, he damn near tries to ruin the setting.
I remember, I was having a grand ol' time antagonizing the shit out of Obito at the tail end of that whole thing, when I just stepped in and ruined his plans. And everyone's pissed off, and the whole world's freaking out and mobilizing because Hidden Rain just turned into some mammoth super fortress, and then suddenly out of nowhere Bass, who's been biding his time the whole jump, just steps in and says, "NOPE. FUCK ALL THAT."
"I'M FIGHTING EVERYONE."
Um. Nechronica has anti-Madness perks you can use on others, is that close enough?
And there's also Forgotten Realms and Order Of The Stick, which have spells like Remove Curse, Dispel Evil, Heal and Heart's Rest spells?
Hellsing/Twilight. Promised him whole new worlds full of humans who might be up to the job, and fantastic sights to see in the meantime. Hit Twilight, realised I had to import him as a Vamp with Fanmode. I just couldn't resist it. Had to roll a new chain aftwards. Still so worth it, for that one glorious moment as the drawback ended.
>I'm worried of stepping on the Light of Terra jump's toes regarding that.
I told you I was cool with that, in fact I'm pretty sure I remember encouraging you to go for it.
I also suggested a follower of Necoho or Malal option so people could be Chaos warriors without all that unfortunate eating babies stuff.
Bass is from Megaman! Listed as "Mega Man Classic" in the jumps with images folder.
He's a super fighting robot who was built by and works for the evil Dr Wily in his quest to take over the world! Bass's only directive is to defeat his rival Megaman. That's... pretty much his ONLY directive. As a consequence, he often disobeys Wily and gets pissy as hell if Wily seems like he's got a real shot at taking Megaman down without him. He loves fighting and is obsessed with proving his strength.
You've probably seen similar characters in other works.
MY Bass comes from the Megaman Megamix manga, which is a slightly more psychopathic version with... nonetheless a strange sort of honour. He's not interested in fighting noncombattants, thinks taking hostages is for chumps, and really loves his robot dog to the point of self-sacrifice. Nonetheless, he be crazy as shit, and will happily launch himself into a hailstorm of gunfire while blasting everything in his way.
He joined me after I beat him in a fight (which consisted first of a touhou battle with my Spittle Runner, which he shot down like it wasn't even a thing, and then progressing into me climbing out of the wreckage and punching him in the jaw, which he did not get up from).
Afterwards, I promised to help him become the STRONGEST ROBOT if he'd follow me, and... honestly? I've basically been doing that. I upgrade him fairly constantly, and he's pretty fucking ridiculous by now.
And yet... it's never enough for him.
Haven't gotten that far yet, but I intend to combine Samurai Jack with Soulcalibur somehow.
Not sure whether I wanna bring Jack to the Soulcalibur universe or jack the Soul Swords and bring them to the future where Aku's evil is law...
Well, I'm taking the drawback that gives me three opponents from previous jumps, so odds are he's going to be one of them anyway...
At least if I'm the one bringing them, I can use them against him... Well, maybe I can use Soul Calibur against him. Maybe not so much Soul Edge. But as much as his evil is law, he doesn't control the forces of law itself, so Soul Calibur should still be effective. As long as it doesn't get stolen...
Sure, but anon should be aware of what he'll bring about. Especially with Soul Calibur, a lot of people, in setting and out, assume it to be a good sword, and to be fair it was only later in the games where they made it evil, but obviously it's bad too now.
Isn't it less that it's evil, and more that it's not good? It only exists to destroy Soul Edge, not as some Karmic counterpoint, that's just what it does. It puts everything below that goal... everything.
...I didn't know this. I thought Soul Calibur was Lawful Neutral. Okay, that... could have been a horrible idea. Of course, it's also one that probably would have amused Jumpchan. Not gonna be so amusing now that I know about it, even if I go through with it anyway. Eh, I'll find some other way to make it up to her.
You tried to stick up for me, and I just proved the other guy right that I'm actually just retarded. I'm sorry.
Jump #05: Captain Planet
Location: New York
Origin: Planet Spirit
Sanctum Sanctorum (Free)
Why I Chose You (Free)
Search The World (-100CP)
Gaia's Fury (-200CP)
Call The Champions (-500CP)
Fancy Purple Dress (Free)
Global Super Computer (-100CP)
Hokey 90s Dialogue (+100CP)
Domain: Video, Concrete, Earth
So, I buy a Penthouse suit in New York and make it my Sanctum. I spend the Jump alternately managing my TV show that I star in as a person with a TV for a head trying to fit in, and helping the Planeteers whenever they come by.
HELLO THERE, DID SOMEBODY MENTION HORRIB̨L̀E҉ ͞ID̨EAŚ?҉!
Because while we don't know too much about Soul Caliber, it sounds like you could make mad cash from a pay-per-view Ultimate Fighting Championship-style death battle if you imported both those swords as Heirlooms in Binbougami-ga.
40K and Madoka, and 40K and Madoka. As in, a crossover spanning canon 40K and canon Madok, occuring within a setting that was already a crossover of 40K and Madoka.
Long ago in a distant land, long before we were any kind of god, we helped a certain pinkette realise her destiny as the goddess of multiversal hope without any of her friends dying. In return, she made us into one of her angels and together with her best friend, we hunted the demons born from man's inhumanity to man after Madoka shattered entropy and rebuilt the multiverse.
Thousands of years later in MGNQ, as we were inducting some Sisters of Battle as magical girls, a very familiar dark presence noticed a familiar fragment of power. A tiny, mostly untarnished spark of Madokami's power remains within the deepest recesses of our being to this day, though at the time we were just trying to find our feet in between Homura being an amnesiac detective and the weird warmaster magical girl setup.
When she realised how we'd received that power. And that she might have avoided a great deal of misfortune if only we'd existed in her timeline to aid her.
...suffice to say that anyone who likes yanderes has never actually had to deal with one with a serious chance of inflicting horrible agony on you.
If Black of Night is based on what we think it is, we don't think so.
If you do want to start eroding the identity between yourself and your shadow we'd recommend taking ABSTRACTED THOUGHT from Problem Sleuth and also Real Eater from Medaka Box to treat the incarnated shadow as an extension of yourself rather than an independant being.
Well, in the Cambodian flip book here's how it works. A shipslut fires her weapon, let's say she's a BB and she's firing her main gun. Those guns are scaled down in size to match her body, and the rounds with them. However, as the round travels /away/ from the BB it returns to its regular size, 16", and hits with that force.
So the short answer, is that the weapons hit with the force of their full sized counterparts.
>all these shipsluts in thread
If this weren't single player, or I would
holdyour handsuntil you couldn't feel sadfor weeks.
SW and CIV.
I rolled Russia in SW and chose the no aliums option. I thought I'd be good with some good 'ole fashion Nazi killin', but I just got irritated by the Reds, so I led a SW counter-revolution and established an Imperial Arcanocracy with witches as the ruling class.
After wrapping up the war, I started rebuilding their society along the techno-social lines I wanted and, since I had some time left, I more or less conquered Europe. Given everything that I was offering and how much power I had, it wasn't that hard.
I'd be a bad waifu anyway anon
I'm too busy
defending your freedomsto be there to hold your hand
Um...this is just conjecture, mind. So Clover might have a different answer, this is speculation based on stuff that happened during Christmas in the game.
But essentially-the tears of the Bazaar, Lacre, has a number of properties ranging from the curative to the destructive. When it's snowing lacre, if you have a bucket of the stuff it turn into a humanoid golem called a Noman. Basically, a doppleganger of yourself made of frozen space crab tears-that inevitably gets sad because, y'know, it's literally made of sadness and also inevitably melting. If you don't befriend yours, they can become...unpredictable. Potentially violent, apparently. The Masters have Nomans made of them at Christmas that are basically Santa Claus, taking gifts instead of dispensing them. Which also inevitably melt at during or at the end of the 12 days of Christmas.
Now, that's not...quite what's going on here of course since Black of Night's doppleganger is made of shadows not tears but the general theme of a spooky version of you with your traits but skewed and also more vulnerable to existing too long seems to be derived from that idea.
Took the InFamous drawback "Stalker" without reading it properly. It says they have the same level of power and gear as you. I figured, fair enough, I'm a mid-tier Jumper, this should be easy to make up for.
It does not specify that they will have the same level of power and gear as you get from InFamous.
And that's the stir of how I got my shit kicked in by the God-Emperor of Conduit-Kind.
>Long ago in a distant land, long before we were any kind of god, we helped a certain pinkette realise her destiny as the goddess of multiversal hope without any of her friends dying.
How did you manage that, given that the whole jump happens before the show?
Did you buy return for your warehouse? My housetule is every 5 to 10 jumps you can use return to go back with no cp but also no drawbacks. Return is just so massively overpriced otherwise imo.
Oh, we used The Return to...return afterwards.
...this raises so many questions.
I know I shouldn't take a JRPG trading card game so seriously but...enquiring minds must know
1. So...basically, when a shipgirl is getting ready for combat tonnes of fairies start crawling out of their mouth
please let it be the mouthin preparation for deployment? And when the mission's over, they crawl right back in? Or is it like amoebas and they just sort of wedge their way back in like Pillar Men?
2. Does this mean it's theoretically possibly to die from having too many fairies and all the fairies chestbustering out of your body?
3. Is it possible to genetically modify shipgirls/fairies? Can you give fairies smaller fairies? How deep does the rabbit hole go?
DnD also has Craft Contingent Spell - which is crazy, as you can set up to "quite a few" of them with very generous triggers.
It also has spell traps, which are brokenly good ways of getting lots of spells cast for cheap.
>1. So...basically, when a shipgirl is getting ready for combat. . .
The only fairies that crawl around outside are the pilots, and typically you don't even see them until they're in their plane and they've left the shipgirl. Different shipgirls launch their planes differently, cards, arrows, etc, and the same applies to how they recover their planes.
We've seen their mouths when recovering wayward fairies, and I've never seen one enter or exit that way. Also, for lulz or what have you, recovery is played up as somewhat personal. THAT personal.
2. Does this mean it's theoretically possible. . .
Eh. Fairies are more or less the spirits of the crew, so unless the crew was dangerously overstrength to begin with then that shouldn't be an issue. As for whether its theoretically possible? Depends: how many angles do you think can dance on the head of a pin?
3. Is it possible to genetically modify shipgirls/fairies? . . .
Yeah, no clue there. That level of detail makes me scratch my head too. Like, how do you upgrade their equipment? Do you need to wait for them to manifest their gear and then go to work, or can you just hand them shit and let their own DC groups work it. Upgrading is a thing in the game and the animoo, so it's possible. But as for how its possible? I dunno.
My guess would be that it's a combination of mechanical engineering, genetic engineering, and, perhaps, spiritual engineering.
Turn him into a Reyvateil and go on a delightful Dive trip through his cosmosphere, interacting with deeper and deeper layers of his psychological problems and risking death and insanity until you reach his roots and help heal his incomplete mind.
And then you marry him, because that's how it works.
Cosmospheres are also quite resilient and capable of regrowing lost or damaged emotional capabilities - which is what happened to Mir. Might not work if you never had them to start with, but they're essential to being a Reyvateil anyway so it's probably part of the package.
It's not bad actually, though it never had time to live up to its potential. She's a divine robot constructed from the torn-up corpse of the japanese god of fire.
I dunno, warp space to make Escher-like environments? Teleport and make portals? Maybe telekinesis-like object moving? Make things that are bigger on the inside?
Your attacks would probably deal percentage based damage, since that's what gravity spells do in FF.
Or did you mean you're taking Space, by which I mean the stuff outside of Earth's atmosphere, as your element?
In that case, probably the ability to create vacuums, fling star-shaped bursts of energy at people, lots of varied gravity manipulation, and conjuring giant rocks that look like planets to smash people with. Maybe cosmic radiation too.
Presumably Abyssals would have them as well, as fairies are who repair the shipgirls so it's an easy step to assume that the same thing exists for Abyssals.
Though if you're talking about fighter fairies, not so much. Abyssal fighters look and operate more like drones.
So I have a question: Copycat says you can copy magic if you have the correct power source. Does this mean you could at least use it to pick up the basics of a type of magic for Fairy Tail?
Would Steel Ball Run still exist as an alternate universe even if one stops Pucchi from resetting the world with Made in Heaven?
What jumps have perks or machines or such that lets one visit alternate universes... and possibly go back in time in limited manner?
Genetically engineered a couple of octopi to have fabulous hair and uplifted them in harry potter. This eventually lead led to them using mind control on wizards and spreading to the other areas of the world until they became the fabuloctopi overlords with me as a sort of Creator God to them has a built statues of me which meant I couldn't run away from what I had done.
It seemed like a good idea at the time before everything started spiraling out of control.
Waged wars of necessary genocide in Age of Ice. They may have been literal demons, shitheads trying to bring about the actual apocalypse, mindrapist carnies, octopus worshippers and otherwise but genocide is still bad news.
You know the whole "skinship" thing that happens in some anime, where a female character's female friend jokingly gropes her a bunch? He decided that surgical sterilization was the appropriate response to make that stop. Sure, it's a dumb trope and fairly skeezy, but that's still a really disproportionate response.
He took offense to Kuroko from Index and the way she'd constantly molest Misaka. So he sterilized her as punishment. As in, cut out her ovaries.
The fact that this wouldn't actually stop her from doing anything was completely lost on him.
I've been waiting for an excuse to post this ever since I saw it last thread.
>600: Digitized Sorcery
>The Magi of old had to adapt, converting the dying system of magecraft into something that could be used to their advantage within the Moon Cell. The results of their efforts are the Code Casts, a digital version of magecraft. Much like them, you can now convert magical systems into a technological variant. This will not be instant and will require a fair amount of research for you to accomplish, but it would let you find a new side to existing systems you possess.
I know what the perk says, but I have to ask: How do you summon Death or turn people into frogs with technology?
Oh, I would've guessed Python myself
Fate/Extra. It's based off Codecasts which is a form of hacking people used when magic stopped working because the Earth died from all the magic going away (maybe because of vampires called the Dark Six) so wizards instead based a programming system off an alien moon computer with a processor made of crystals that refract light really, really well to use hacking to simulate magic inside the moon computer, Matrix-style.
Except apparently it somehow works outside virtual reality because the simulated programs were THAT good
For reference, the moon-Matrix was good enough for a digisted Arcuied to break out from inside of it. And potentially the administrator AI within the moon (and Kiara, who took over it) could've un-digitised themselves from within it to make their OP goddess powers real.
I'm pretty sure Nasu binged on Buddhist/Hindu mythology and Isaac Asimov before making Fate/Extra
Don't even get me started on the sun goddess Amaterasu somehow existing in dreams if you summon Caster as your Servant INSIDE THE DIGITAL WORLD after ALL THE MAGIC IS FUCKING GONE somehow because apparently she's SEPARATE FROM THE TIME AXIS and you can literally meet her/get laughed at as she lounges around with her fluffy tails.
And the given reason for that is that the computer has been recording all of Earth's history for longer than the human race has existed and it's so fucking good at recording shit it can record THE DIVINE FUCKING HERITAGES of Servants to the point of making it so THE FUCKING DEITIES CERTAIN SERVANTS ARE BASED ON can contact you.
Really? It does sound like the sort of thing that's considered a forbidden technique, but I'm honestly not very familiar with Negima. You're probably right, though it's possible in theory at least.
I think he means being able to use both Chi and Magic. But isn't Kanka different from being able to use Chi normally?
I thought it was basically a spell the draws on both magic and chi to enhance your physical abilities.
yes sorry, should have included >>44791152
in the reply list since they were the specific post I was replying to. Especially since its 600cp for kanka, just getting it outright because you bought ki and magic would be broken.
See, I like stuff like this.
What other races and life forms have people created? Do you follow templates and remake things from myth and tabletop lore that you like, or do you prefer to make your own creations?
No the original idea was to just have it go into the sewer at hogwarts and befriend the basilisk the pretty hair was so the bangs would block deathgaze. Unfortunately the first one rebelled against me and started a reign of terror in the hogwarts bathrooms by taking the basilisks side and being a general ass. I decided to buy him off with a mate and let told them live in the lake. But the lake has no natural presators and it connects to the rivers and streams which connect to the ocean. The main driving thing in their culture was the need to keep their pretty hair full and clean which eventually led to them brainwashing wizards to use as soldiers as they tried to make more and better hair care products and take over the world.
I'm fond of creating space whales. Giant life forms adapted for living in the void. Usually sapient, because what's the point of space whales if they can't be the wise elders of the cosmos? Of course, their biology needs to be a fair bit tougher than anything terrestrial to survive the vacuum and radiation exposure, and their energy needs are enough that their metabolism is based on biologically-initiated nuclear fusion. I also tend to give them psychic powers, again for the "cosmic wonder" angle but also so that they can communicate in vacuum through telepathy or use telekinesis to manipulate their surroundings easily in microgravity. Sometimes I give them biological FTL, too, to help them spread through the universe, though I also like forcing them to come up with it on their own to guarantee that they'll be a tool-using species.
I think he means predators adapted to hunting them. It's like releasing rabbits in Australia. Sure, there are dingos and crocodiles around, but they're not used to hunting the rabbits and in the period before they adapt the rabbits' population can swell to ecosystem-threatening numbers.
Nah, he's just the grump old neighbor. He's racist Clint Eastwood who's lived in the neighborhood for years; they're the new gook family that just moved in and keeps fucking up his lawn.
Together, they fight crime.
That's pretty slick.
I created a race of sapient pseudo-qilin, and then taught the the progenitors of their race different bending styles. They were an important part of my CIV run, as I used them to help me shepherd my own brand of humanity. I fostered a system of mutual benefit between the two races, though I did have to step in on a few occasions when one was getting out of hand.
Mostly I played the distant God King and served as a symbol on high, and used the Qilin for much of my administration and scheming. At least until humanity got out of its shitting in the open and using rocks as tools phase.
Yeah but 1 giant squid who isnt especially intelligent vs 2 color changing extremely intelligent gloriously haired octopi? General consensus was they would survive long enough to populate.
Would Jotaro sorta kinda maybe approve of me marrying Jolyne if I promised to save her from end of the world(Reset by Pucchi) as she was killed and her soul was lost, thus the alternate Jolyne was a different person altogether?
Probably. Gai survives it due to an improvised Yin-Yang Release technique Naruto uses to heal him, so it's not impossible to survive if you have good enough healing. Even with that, though, I think it would be the sort of strain that you could only withstand every couple of years at most.
Anasui, who let you have access to internet in jail?
Very end of the series. It's part of the powerup that he and Sasuke get for the final boss fight. You get it too, if you take MC-KUN/CHAN and don't prevent the final boss fight from happening.
"I know what you're thinking. "Is he a kid now, or is he a squid now?" Well to tell you the truth in all this excitement I kinda lost track myself. But being this is a roller, the most powerful weapon in the world and would cover your whole body in ink, you've gotta ask yourself one question: "Do I feel lucky?" Well, do ya, punk?"
Ah, see, here is beauty in it,
I don't try to stop major villains in settings like Jojo due to their bullshit level powers. But jumpers easily accumulate enough power, you say?
That's the point. And with power comes being cocky.
I don't get involved in such plot or change it too much because doing so might make the win of protagonists impossible. Because I could get cocky, cockier than the villains. And thus, I could lose. And by losing, the guy could be better prepared if I tried to exploit his weakness but didn't do it properly and now he knows about it, protecting themselves for when protags try it.
Thus memory erasure of my encounters with protags to not affect too much, giving memories back as I rescue em... Is safest
The items get stronger over time, though, and you never specified the souls themselves had to be pure. The creation process itself is clean - just spontaneous souls arising for free use, no strings attached.
So basically you're gonna brainwash her into a blank slate for grooming your ideal waifu?
...that works, I guess.
I mean, you're creepy and weird but I suppose it achieves the goal you set out to do.
I lock away any memories of interacting with protags that includes me mentioning plot relevant or such details, but for any interaction with me, they get em back to remember previous meetings. I don't mess with any other memories.
You could always just create life. Most universes that winds up creating a soul, too. Breed some sapient creatures in vats, harvest the soul before their nervous system is far enough along to experience pain or suffering, then recycle the biomass to breed more creatures. In time you might be able to refine it to a continuous biological ensouling process.
RWBY has a robot that someone granted Aura / a SOUL ans the gift of Chao from Begins lets you create robots with Souls. May want to check those out and see if the methods can be reverse-engineered.
Occured to me as well. But that way, one gets an animal soul. What I am aiming for is creation of pure immateria. Not to mention speed/ethics issues.
An interesting, if indirect, proposition. But both are kind of too interesting to go into early in the chain. What to do...?
SAO has one.
Jumper has a shit ton of methods of staying hidden or our of reach.
I want to save Foo Fighters and Jolyne just before they get reckt, in case of Foo Fighters using my powers to make it seem like she did her things after the disc was knocked out, and yet actually save her just before. Madoka' time stop is helpful.
Because if I take away them that way, I myself can ride the reset of world to wind up in Steel Ball Run, while due to having Jolyne's and Foo Fighter's souls they will remain with me, but Jolyne's alternate version post reset will still exist, leading to that kid that got Weather Report encountering her and Anakiss after wrecking Pucchi, keeping plot in check, creating Steel Ball run and ensuring that the alternate universe has proper alternate people(since Jolyne's alt didn't have her soul as she was killed by Made in Heaven), thus setting more or less happy ending. I would get Jotaro's blessing for marriage before reset, possibly saving others who Pucchi killed with Made in Heaven.
Steel Ball Run must happen.
And then I must be careful so that Heaven Ascension Dio doesn't happen. Although I could just attempt similar evolution through same means.
See, I would make sure that regular interactions or hanging out? They remember that constantly. "Oh, you will save me just before death?" Is what I will lock away as otherwise they would pull off even more suicidal bullshit as they would know I would save em
I just have a strict policy of "don't interrupt plot. Revive killed off characters afterwards with offer to go with you or do something else. If revival in this scenario is too complex, arrange something at the time of death or just before"
I'm already having Undivided as a background option. It will let people not quite be a baby eater, being the 'balanced' option that spreads oneself out.
>Oh thank God. Someone who might actually do Slaanesh right is going to do this Jump.
I'm legitimately unsure how to respond to this comment, but... thank you?
I mean, a Foo Fighters is actually easiest to convince to join me or so.
Jolyne is a bit harder. She's a joestar.
Alternately I can do no interaction and save her just before death. But I fear this:
"If you could do all that, why didn't you do it?"
"I wanted to ride horses, learn to spin things and meet Jesus."
Because no matter what I answer, as a Joestar, she would kick my ass for not saving others or at least trying to stop pucchi If I had the powers to accomplish so.
And stopping Pucchi not only means no Steel Ball Run but also everyone survives. Including Anasui. I could kick his ass but didn't he actually manage to be close with Jolyne just before Reset? And Jolyne would have too much stuff actually "binding" her to Jojo setting. If world is reset, she would probably hop on chance to go dimension hopping with me.
Excuse me for being selfish.
The point is that I will make Jotaro aware that.. I COULD use any of magic or such things I would have to convince Jolyne to be with me, or convince him to give us his blessing. The interaction and all is meant to also have me show that despite being capable of so, I WONT do it, and if Jolyne rejects me of her own will, I won't force things. This is why interaction earlier is meant to also sow seeds of proper love. No potions, drugs or so. Actual love
Close but I inform them of why I must do this, to ensure the villains lose, and upon meeting me again or such, they regain memories.
Think of it this way.
Take SAO for example:
"Oh, Kirito, you will actually win the game, stuff will be okay, people will be saved."
And then in the fight against Heathcliff up in a boss room, he will get cocky. Or thing that him dying or asuna dying is part of plan to save everyone and won't show his determination to finish off Kayaba, trapping people in game till they finish last floor.
I'm not saying I'm glad I can finally be a proper khornate but
Anon is probably saying you're an excellent Noise Marine. BECAUSE THIS SILENCE OFFENDS SLAANESH!