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[ERROR] No.37069252 [Reply] [Original] [4plebs] [archived.moe]

So, let's see, news.

With any luck this should be a solid return to our usual schedule, I think the holiday BS is over at work for the most part, but next week may be jacked up still, IDK. At any rate, we'll be normalized within a couple of weeks, haha.

No real news here other than that, so I guess that's good, right? right. haha.

Archive here:
http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=Strike%20witches%201989

++

You're not exactly unhappy to see Japan leave sight, the big- and new- C-33 taking off from Misawa air base, in the northern part of Honshu. You'd been ferried there earlier by a pair of IJA Chinook helos, along with the witches and their equipment. The Fandance remained behind- by now, it had attracted more than a little interest from the technical staff, and, last you'd seen of it, they'd had the shattered turbine out of it's housing, and were examining the other.

Of course, your own debriefing was short and to the point, coming sometime after your movie night with the team. You and Merlin had been debriefed together, and while they'd asked some passing details of the mission itself, they'd seemed far more interested on your and Merlin's opinions on the soviet fighter. You'd tried not to let bias flavor your statements.

It fights better damaged, you'd thought, though you'd never suffered damage like that in the wyvern, so it's hard to say. It had certainly performed far better than you'd expected it to with the lost engine, and it's handling was fairly impressive. It accelerated quickly, and it was fast, though still unable to flat outrun those Foxbats, which, honestly, surprised you. It had an unsettling tenancy to want to stick in high angle turns, though, bleeding speed and threatening a stall if a pilot wasn't on top of it. You suspect with VDNI that's less of an issue though, from what you know of it.

1/3

>> No.37069297

What you don't know of it is rapidly being filled in by Merlin. You get the sneaking suspicion she spent her time with the pararescue team mostly following their young pilot, Laika, whom Merlin said was equipped with it. She's got probably as much information as anyone not specifically briefed into and part of the program can get- maybe more, depending on how much of her ability to talk to machines she used. You wonder, for a second, what talking to an implant like that would be like, anyway.

“S-See?” She says, pointing to a sketched diagram. “I-it's only kind of i-invasive, t-there's nothing in y-your brain, just t-the port at the top of the s-spinal column. A-and they said t-the newer ones t-they were working on were l-less than that e-even!”

“Still sounds like anyone who got it would be down for months, plus the time to re-learn how to fly.” You point out. She shakes her head. “S-She said it's intuitive. O-once you start l-learning, you l-learn faster the more you u-use it.” She edges marginally closer to you in her seat, pointing. “S-see? I-I bet if w-we got it, we w-wouldn't even have to leave the front.”

2/3

>> No.37069326

You scowl. “Who's to say we need it?” You ask. “We've been doing pretty well without it.”

She nods. “B-but you saw how L-laika could control her fighter. W-we'd have problems matching t-that.”

“I saw,” You say, “How her avionics were giving her fits.” Merlin's right, though- the girl's control of her fighter was amazingly precise. You'd struggle to do that, assuming it was even possible for you.

Merlin shrugs. “T-Teething problems in a new fighter. A-all planes are like that, and Laika s-showed how good the VDNI is b-by not falling out of the sky w-when it happened.”

You nod. “Yeah, but the Wyvern never had them.”

“F-Frank, the Wyvern had me.” She says. “A-And if we got it, I'd be a-able to handle everything better. A-and you saw what she could d-do with that plane.”

“Right.” You say. “But it's an all or nothing deal, right? If you get it, I have to? Or if I get it you have to?”

She nods. “Y-yes. But would it be s-so bad? T-they'd never be able to s-split us up-”

“Is that what this is about?” You ask. She shakes her head violently.

“N-no!” She says. “F-Frank I just t-think this is a chance we'd be s-silly to miss. I-it could help you too. I-if you were able to control the p-plane better, maybe you wouldn't have to p-push so hard?”

[] Let's sit on it till we get back, we can see what the others think.
[] Well, I trust you with all this technical stuff, so if you think it's this good an idea, I'm in.
[] I'm really not comfortable with this one, Sam. Let's skip it for now, we don't really need it.

>> No.37069359

>>37069326
>[] Well, I trust you with all this technical stuff, so if you think it's this good an idea, I'm in.

>> No.37069372

>>37069326
>[] Let's sit on it till we get back, we can see what the others think.

>> No.37069378

>>37069326
>[] Let's sit on it till we get back, we can see what the others think.

>> No.37069379

>>37069326
>[] Well, I trust you with all this technical stuff, so if you think it's this good an idea, I'm in.

>> No.37069398

>>37069326
>[] Let's sit on it till we get back, we can see what the others think.

she wants to become witch tony stark..keep the booze away from her!

>> No.37069444

[X] Well, I trust you with all this technical stuff, so if you think it's this good an idea, I'm in.

>> No.37069447

>>37069326
>[] Let's sit on it till we get back, we can see what the others think.

I'm not sold on augmentation.

Also, isn't the coffin 3.0 run on mind control? As in the pilot just needs to lie down in the cockpit and let the brainwave readers do their work.

>> No.37069450

>>37069326
>[] Let's sit on it till we get back, we can see what the others think.

>> No.37069451

>>37069326
[] Let's sit on it till we get back, we can see what the others think.

Also, one of the witches is going to smell the sex on us with their familiar. Calling it now.

>> No.37069452

>>37069326
>[X] Well, I trust you with all this technical stuff, so if you think it's this good an idea, I'm in.

>> No.37069460

>>37069326
>[] Let's sit on it till we get back, we can see what the others think.
STALL

>> No.37069470

>>37069326
>[x] Let's sit on it till we get back, we can see what the others think.

BAD JUJU! BAAAAAAAAD

>> No.37069476

>>37069326
>[x] Let's sit on it till we get back, we can see what the others think.

>> No.37069477

>>37069326
>[x] Let's sit on it till we get back, we can see what the others think.

If we get it won't we be doing even more crazy shit, that will kill us faster? I'd understand if we have better control that may mitigate how hard we have to push and thus do less damage to us but I'm still skeptical. Either way getting the others opinions on it won't hurt, they might see something we don't. Best night of the Week!

>> No.37069486

>>37069326
>[] Let's sit on it till we get back, we can see what the others think.

>> No.37069490

>>37069398
I think you meant Choco Cake.

>> No.37069498

>>37069477
>Best night of the Week!

What about last night?

>> No.37069516

>>37069326
>[] Let's sit on it till we get back, we can see what the others think.
Lets get the informed opinions of those who are not a biased emotional little sister

>> No.37069529

>>37069326
I wonder if Putin offers a combo deal of implanting the VDNI and removing our tomcat implant.

>> No.37069530

>>37069326
>[X] I'm really not comfortable with this one, Sam. Let's skip it for now, we don't really need it.

I am not entirely sold on the thing. Maybe once they actually studied the implant side of the system thoroughly. Right now they seem to be all over the fighter.

>> No.37069537

>>37069326
>>37069326
>[] Let's sit on it till we get back, we can see what the others think.

But, let's be real here. Let's see how far Frank can fly before crutch-ing on some punk ass implants. He's a real human bean. Only way we get those implants is if we really, REALLY need them.

>> No.37069553

>>37069326
[] Well, I trust you with all this technical stuff, so if you think it's this good an idea, I'm in.

>> No.37069578

we need more info on this shit.

>> No.37069580

>>37069326
>[] Let's sit on it till we get back, we can see what the others think.


I don't distrust Merlin's opinion on this but won't we have to cut off our legs and suffer a long surgery or implants before using the VDNI system?

>> No.37069585

>>37069326
>[X] Let's sit on it till we get back, we can see what the others think.

Not entirely sure about syborg just yet

>> No.37069605

>>37069326
>[X] Let's sit on it till we get back, we can see what the others think.

Let someone else test it first to make sure it actually works.

>> No.37069615

>>37069580
>have to cut off our legs
...no? Why on earth would you think that?

>> No.37069625

Great, another thread I'm going to miss because timezones are a thing.

I'm rather sorely tempted to repost the thing I wrote at the end of the last thread for feedback but iirc posting writefaggotry while the QM's running is in poor taste. If anyone wants to check it out, they know where to find it. Spoiler'd for off-topic.

Also I thought MiG-25s were the Foxbats, not the 31s, unless Wikipedia's been lying to me all this time.

>Let's sit on it till we get back, we can see what the others think.

>> No.37069663

>>37069615
It's anon on /tg/

>> No.37069667

>>37069625
I want to punch you in the trachea and let you suffocate for what you wrote, how does that sound for feedback?

>> No.37069684

>>37069615
Laika didn't have legs I thought that you can withstand more G-forces if you didn't have legs.

But I'm not sure what the implant themselves detail though.

Besides why would you augment Frank.

I mean look at him.

>> No.37069687

>>37069667
Sounds about right

>> No.37069691

>>37069667

[asswagon intensifies]

>> No.37069702

>>37069667
Where is what he wrote? I gotta read it if it provokes such a response.

>> No.37069707

>>37069687
Also, around these parts, its common curtesy to give people warnings about such things before they read your work and want to tear you limb from limb and ruin their day, so next time tag your writeups appropriately.

>> No.37069708

>>37069684
Laika lacks legs because she was born without them. Birth Defect.

>> No.37069711

>>37069625

It was very well written. and sads.

I understand the need for sads, I really do. I just personally don't like writing them, you know? But overall, I liked it. I think. I like happy endings, and I guess that was happy? haha.

>> No.37069720

>>37069667
have you been trained in gorilla warfare

>> No.37069732

>>37069326
>[] Well, I trust you with all this technical stuff, so if you think it's this good an idea, I'm in.

>> No.37069738

>>37069711
>and I guess that was happy?
That was anything but happy, it just got more and more depressing and sad the longer it went on.

I wish I could use mind bleach and forget that I ever read it.

>> No.37069749

>>37069326
>[X] I'm really not comfortable with this one, Sam. Let's skip it for now, we don't really need it.

If it's anything like that *Other* Fictional VDNI, it'll kill the user after a decade or so and gradually drive them insane.

>> No.37069764

>>37069684
Is that fem-Fronk?

>> No.37069767

>>37069720
No, I'm trained in Orangutan Warfare.

>> No.37069793

>>37069326
>[] I'm really not comfortable with this one, Sam. Let's skip it for now, we don't really need it.

>> No.37069816

ya know we still haven't done that witch ritual were they share there magic with frank i mean if we are gonna go all the way; why not do the ritual and get the augments from Putin after.

>> No.37069838

>>37069816

... mana transfer?

REALLY?

>> No.37069844

>>37069764
How does that look like Fem Frank?

That's just the scene with the belt and messing with Ice, though Decu mistool the belt for an ammo box.

and we all know who is the witch right?

>> No.37069912

>>37069838
Is that what the kids are calling it these days?

>> No.37070005

>>37069844
Also I never really noticed this when I took it but the floaty looks like a doughnut.

>> No.37070072

>>37070005
it does!

>> No.37070116

>>37069816
That's literally just recharging a battery. They aren't augmenting us.

>> No.37070175

>>37069816
I think Slider did it when we were unconscious.

>> No.37070190

>>37069326
[x] Well, I trust you with all this technical stuff, so if you think it's this good an idea, I'm in.
Though personally I want to see an unaugmented Frank get out maneuvered and out fought even with his gnome powers against a VDNI Vampire.

>> No.37070225

>>37069326
>[x] Let's sit on it till we get back, we can see what the others think.

>> No.37070244

>>37070116
no i mean after the recharge we get augmented.

>> No.37070262

waiting

>> No.37070269

>>37069708
I thought she lost them in a training accident.

>> No.37070282

>>37070175
maybe we just don't know.

>> No.37070287

[x] Let's sit on it till we get back, we can see what the others think.

You shrug. “Maybe,” You admit. “But let's sit on this till we get back, we can see what the others think.”

Part of you wants to go for it, even after you answer- she's got a point, it really will push you that much closer to being completely unstoppable, or moreso than you already are, at this point.

The problem, as you see it, isn't in the increased capability the system offers, it's in just how many unknowns there are in it. The phrase “potential health risks”, for example, has you kind of leery. Even though you do trust Merlin, there's just too much about it you don't know for it to be worth the risk, at least not without getting some further input.

Merlin, though, nods, accepting your answer. “O-Ok Frank.” She says, closing the binder up. “W-we can wait. I bet t-they won't like it t-though.”

“What makes you say that?” You ask.

She shakes her head. “T-They'll say there's too m-much risk. We d-don't know enough. T-They don't trust m-me like you do.”

You grin, wrapping an arm around her shoulders and pulling her close for a sort of one-armed hug. “That's cos they don't fly with you kiddo. Their loss.”

1/2

>> No.37070311

She nods. “S-so, did you see the XF-19's w-weapons?” She asks, smiling.

“Kinda.” You say. “Looked like stuff we've had on the Wyvern for a while though.”

She nods. “I-it is, mostly. T-the burst missiles are new, though.”

“Sure, but they seemed awful big for our bays.” You point out. “Could we even carry them?”

“R-Right now?” Merlin asks, and you nod. “N-no. Well, maybe in the c-centerline bay, but only one.”

“So we're better off with what we already have?” You ask. She nods again.

“Y-yeah.” She says, around a yawn. “I-I'm going to take a nap, frank.” She says, leaning over to rest her head against your side, your arm still around her shoulders. She leans forward for a second to dig in her flight bag, and pulls out a poncho liner, which she drapes over herself and Yawns again, taking off her glasses and putting them in a case in her bag.

[] She's got the right idea, I could do with some shut eye too.
[] I need to stretch, wonder what kind of cargo this thing is hauling?

>> No.37070329

>>37070311
>[x] I need to stretch, wonder what kind of cargo this thing is hauling?

>> No.37070331

>>37070311
>[] She's got the right idea, I could do with some shut eye too.

>> No.37070346

>>37070311
>[] She's got the right idea, I could do with some shut eye too.


Better get some rest now then later.

>> No.37070347

>>37070311
>[x] I need to stretch, wonder what kind of cargo this thing is hauling?

>> No.37070351

>>37070311
>[x] She's got the right idea, I could do with some shut eye too.

Only time we ever sleep is when we're in a coma. Let's change that.

>> No.37070353

>>37070311
>[] I need to stretch, wonder what kind of cargo this thing is hauling?
i kinda wanna see who else is here.

>> No.37070356

>>37069707
I'd have thought the title of the pastedump on pastebin would have been clue enough, evidently I was wrong. Fair enough though, I guess. If I do something else I'll endeavor to give due warning if the content is suitably grim.

If it makes you feel any better though, I was punched in the face for it, and I did feel like a right bastard when I'd finished.

>I need to stretch, wonder what kind of cargo this thing is hauling?

>> No.37070369

>>37070311
>[x] I need to stretch, wonder what kind of cargo this thing is hauling?

Exploring time!

>T-They'll say there's too m-much risk. We d-don't know enough. T-They don't trust m-me like you do.
It ain't about trust in you kid, it's trust in the tech!

>> No.37070373

>>37070311
>[x] She's got the right idea, I could do with some shut eye too.

>> No.37070375

>>37070311
[] I need to stretch, wonder what kind of cargo this thing is hauling?

I wish there was more piggy back racing

>> No.37070377

>>37070311
>[X] She's got te right idea, I could do with some shut eye too.

Dream about our time with Maman.

>> No.37070384

If we get the VDNI, how long until we get a battlesuit?

Battlesuits are awesome...

>> No.37070397

>>37070377
doh hohohohoho

>> No.37070407

>>37069707
>put a trigger warning on your story

Kill yourself. Seriously.

>> No.37070408

>>37070311
>[] I need to stretch, wonder what kind of cargo this thing is hauling?

>>37070356
It doesn't, you need to be punched in the face again for it.

>> No.37070432

>>37070311
>[X] I need to stretch, wonder what kind of cargo this thing is hauling?

Time for exploring!

>> No.37070433

>>37070377

We had since the experience.

>> No.37070438

>>37070311
>[x] She's got the right idea, I could do with some shut eye too.

>> No.37070451

>>37070408
what are you guys bitching about?

>> No.37070475

>>37070311
>[x] I need to stretch, wonder what kind of cargo this thing is hauling?

could be a metal gear!

>> No.37070490

>>37070433
Doesn't matter, had sex.
>>37070451
Writefag put up a very feely story last thread.

They hate him for unneeded feels I think

>> No.37070492

>>37070311
>“Y-yeah.” She says, around a yawn. “I-I'm going to take a nap, frank.” She says, leaning over to rest her head against your side, your arm still around her shoulders. She leans forward for a second to dig in her flight bag, and pulls out a poncho liner, which she drapes over herself and Yawns again, taking off her glasses and putting them in a case in her bag.

Fukkin adorbs.

[X] She's got the right idea, I could do with some shut eye too.

Besides, we're her pillow. We're not gonna ditch our girl, are we?

>> No.37070502

>>37070490
ok that's good to know.

>> No.37070560

>>37070311
>[x] She's got the right idea, I could do with some shut eye too.

>> No.37070566

>>37070475
Don't be silly, the jet isn't big enough to store a metal gear.

Right?

>> No.37070605

>>37070311
>[] She's got the right idea, I could do with some shut eye too.
besides, she's using us as a pillow.

>> No.37070620

>>37070311
>[x] She's got the right idea, I could do with some shut eye too.

>> No.37070626

>>37070566
We're on a modified 747, so no unless it's a small one.

>> No.37070664

>>37070311
[x] She's got the right idea, I could do with some shut eye too.

We don't want to fuck around with whatever is in there, it might be a Konstantina.

>> No.37070753

>>37070664
Isn't she in Russia? How would she be on a cargo plane from Japan to Poland?

Actually I wonder how can a C-33 travel from Japan to poland without going though Soviet held China and Russia.

>> No.37070774

>>37070753
Through the mideast or America.

>> No.37070778

>>37070753
>Japan to poland without going though Soviet held China and Russia.

Because it's not like it could fly over the US...

>> No.37070780

>>37070753
India to Turkey to Poland?

>> No.37070825

>>37070311
>[] She's got the right idea, I could do with some shut eye too.
Don't wake the Merlin!

>> No.37070831

>>37070311
>I need a stretch, etc.

>> No.37070832

>>37070753
This is the crazy Russian stalker who is able to get mail to us through warzones, and is willing to kill her own comrades to protect us.

I wouldn't be surprised if she doesn't already know about us trying is give Ice those panties.

God help us if she finds about us fucking Bridgette

>> No.37070849

>>37070490
Indeed but Frank now dreams of being a superhero though.

>> No.37070857

>>37070832
and then Bridgette trains her in the ways of lewd

>> No.37070898

>>37070849
That is the only way we won't have our pelvis crushed by the hoards of witches trying to rape/struggle-snuggle us.

>> No.37071025

>>37070857
Nah, she's secretly training up Fronk so he can give the girls the love and care they deserve

>> No.37071042

>>37070832
How fast do you think the secret will get out? I bet Mav'll notice fast that Frank isn't blue-balled any more.

>> No.37071107

>>37071042
Actually I think Mav might be the one who might figure it out if not the twins but I doubt they;ll be taken seriously.

>> No.37071113

>>37071042
It won't at all.

It's not one of those fun secrets you want getting out, and both parties are sincere in not letting another soul know, they are professional and serious about it, so it won't get out.

For a secret to get out someone needs to witness it or be told it, and no one witnessed it, and no one is going to be told it, so stop being stupid.

>> No.37071140

>>37071042
They will smell it on us.
>Hello Frank how are...
>What is that smell...
>Why are you so pale...
>....
>WHO IS SHE!WHO IS SHE!WHO IS SHE!WHO IS SHE!WHO IS SHE!WHO IS SHE!WHO IS SHE!
>>37071025
Then all our witches become pic related.

>> No.37071181

>>37071140
he had a shower, they won't be smelling anything

and contrary to anime and all that nonsense, sex doesn't have a distinct smell, just body odor, which you remove when you clean up afterwards, so that 'smelling sex on someone' thing is bullshit unless you are there sniffing them while they do the deed

>> No.37071337

>>37070433
Frank is Isaac?

>> No.37071338

after playing outlast something crossed my mind.
It would be hell trying to keep a insane witch from just hurting/killing everyone.

>> No.37071371

>>37071338
>witch serial killer
truly a terrifying thought

>> No.37071432

>>37071371
Locking the doors and windows will not help you!

>> No.37071457

>>37071432
but a shotgun with slugs will!

>> No.37071506

>>37071371
Doesn't Frank's Russian stalker count as a witch serial killer?

>> No.37071547

>>37071371
how the fuck would you hold one in prison?

>> No.37071562

>>37071457
Witches have shields.

Shotgun blasting won't save you.

>> No.37071572

>>37070311
[] I need to stretch, wonder what kind of cargo this thing is hauling?
I had been under the impression that Ghost would not run today.


I'm glad I was wrong.

>> No.37071599

>>37071547
In a straight jacket, wrapped in steel chains, while in a steel coffin, buried underground and covered in rebar reinforced concrete

>> No.37071611

>>37069490
Hey Mangafag? Why weren't you around yesterday? The shenanigans man!

>> No.37071661

>>37071611
It seems less shennigans and more things kind of went to shit, I mean Young's own crew bailed on him and I cannot imagine they'll be happy.

>> No.37071674

>>37071661
more like young is going to beat the crap out of them!

>> No.37071698

>>37071661
L agree with >>37071674 man.

Also, planefag hinted at something that Anons seem to have forgotten... Huehuehue...

>> No.37071766

>>37071547
Money and high tech gear.

>> No.37071798

>>37071766
>GM Sniper K9
BLOODHOUNDS, BLOODHOUNDS EVERYWHERE UP IN THIS BIT--
>explosions intensify

>> No.37071805

>>37071661
>I cannot imagine they'll be happy
The damn cowards bailed so screw their happiness.
>>37071698
What the X-4's? I honestly thought read hoped the fuckers fell off.

>> No.37071812

>>37071661
One can only imagine the shenanigans it's going to take to land a shot up plane with no hydraulics, a chunk of shrapnel embedded in Young's skull and those crazy German rockets still attached to jammed pylons.

>> No.37071818

>>37071812
so we are big boss now? GOOD!

>> No.37071835

>>37071805
You'd be happy to know Planefag totally said we still have X-4's jammed on our pylons

>> No.37071848

>>37071818
What does any of that have to do with Big Boss?

>> No.37071852

>>37071835
fuuuuuck that crap!

>> No.37071853

>>37071611
Yesterday?
You mean our crew bailed on us, we almost killed by some sled and PF dissing Tomcat?

I mean, dissing Tomcat? Really???

>> No.37071862

>>37071835
...even though we fired both in the previous thread?

>> No.37071869

[x] She's got the right idea, I could do with some shut eye too.

You consider, for a while, getting up and stretching, then change your mind. For one, Merlin's busily using you as a pillow, and for two, she's got the right idea. You arrived at the European front too late to get the real hell of it, the no sleep, constant alerts, heel to toe missions constantly, but if the operations tempo picks up, you know what kind of premium there can be on quality sack time.

So you adjust the best you can to make yourself comfortable, carefully shifting in your seat so as to not disturb Merlin. You've got a bit more practice with this kind of thing, thankfully- with grandparents scattered across north America, you logged plenty of airline hours as a kid. Eventually you drop off to sleep fairly contentedly.

You're not asleep long, it feels like, when you feel the aircraft's attitude shift, nosing down, with a building sink rate. You yawn and open one eye blearily, noting that the weak-pre dawn light there was in Japan has given way to afternoon sunshine as you arrive over the west coast of the US.

You're about to ask where you are when you look out the window next to you- this C-33, like many others, was converted from a passenger liner, and the upper deck seats remain mostly unchanged, though some of the nicer amenities have been removed for the sake of more available weight. Outside the window, the aircraft is suddenly enveloped in cloud, with streaks of water sliding backwards across the glass. Seattle, then, you think- McChord air force base.

1/3

>> No.37071893

>>37071853
That's what happens when you diss the Widow.

>> No.37071898

>>37071853
>fap angel
I think it's less dissing the 'Cat and more praising the ingenuity of twin-engined fighters that can perform against all disbelief.

Also, yes, the bastards jumped off the plane.

>> No.37071899

The heavy thump of the wheels hitting the runway is joined by a jolt heavy enough to wake up Merlin, who looks around for a second, then sighs. “W-where are we?” She asks, yawning again.

“Seattle, I think.” You say. “Went through a layer of cloud on landing, and it's raining.”

“I-it doesn't rain only in S-seattle, Frank.” Merlin says, slipping her glasses on. “A-and I'm from here, b-be careful what you say.”

You hold up your hands, laughing. “Sorry, Sorry! I just feel like, you know, if it rains this much, maybe we should invest in an ark, you know?”

“V-very funny.” She responds in a way that indicates it isn't funny at all.

2/3

>> No.37071916

>>37071661
>>37071674
I'm just waiting for them to wearily slump into the lounge with Young waiting on a couch.

>"Well, look at who showed up!"
>"You're alive!?"
>"No thanks to you two cowards. I swear, the plane take a bit of damage and the both of you freak the fuck out. It wasn't even that bad! I regained control just under the clouds. Then the sled was coming around for another go. I won that exchange, by the way."

>> No.37071930

>>37071862
To quote the Fap himself...

> planefag !!0ZviLFh59My 12/30/14(Tue)00:17:08 No.37054952
NEXT TIME ON STRIKE WITCHES: LANDING WITH A SHOT-UP PLANE, NO HYDRAULICS, A CHUNK OF SHRAPNEL EMBEDDED IN YOUR FUCKING SKULL AND FUEL *AND* ROCKETS STILL ATTACHED TO JAMMED PYLONS!
>FUEL *AND* ROCKETS STILL ATTACHED TO JAMMED PYLONS!

>> No.37071939

You're prevented from returning the snark by one of the loadmasters of the bird heading to the front of the upper deck passenger compartment. “Welcome to McChord Air force base!” He says. “We'll be unassing shortly, but before we do, a couple of things. First, Seattle is off limits. They've had some issues with anti-war protesters getting into scuffles with the local guys and girls, and the CG had enough of it. Tacoma's ok, so's Olympia and south, if you feel like going that way.” You see Merlin's face fall at that- her dad, you remember, is an engineer up at the Boeing plant, and she'd probably have liked to see him.

“Second,” The load says, “We'll be turning around and re-loading to head to Andrews, but that'll be a couple hours.” He looks down at his watch. “If you're headed to Europe and don't want to piss a lot of TRANSCOM people off, be back here no later than eighteen local.”

You nod, and look over at Merlin, who doesn't really look happy, but doesn't look too disappointed either. “S-so what should we do, Frank?” She asks. “I-i was going to suggest g-going to see d-dad, but we can't go to s-seattle.”

“Ya can't be getting caught.” Brigitte corrects from her seat a few places in front of you, to the knowing nods of the rest of the witches. “I be goin along if ya go up dere, jes ta make sure ya ok, but jus because dey say ya can't do a ting don't mean ya no be doin it!”

Merlin looks unsure. “I-I don't know... maybe we should just call a-and see if he'd like to m-meet us for food? I'm hungry!”

Brigitte shrugs. “Ya do what right by you, sistah.” She says.

[] Maybe you should call, yeah. Know any good places to eat around here?
[] Let's go see if we can surprise him. Brigitte, mind giving us a hand?

>> No.37071964

>>37071930
SO our missiles magically regenerated after firing them.

WE ARCADE FLIGHT GAME NAO

>> No.37071971

>>37071939
>[] Let's go see if we can surprise him. Brigitte, mind giving us a hand?

>> No.37071974

>>37071939
>[] Maybe you should call, yeah. Know any good places to eat around here?

>> No.37071981

>>37071939
>[x] Maybe you should call, yeah. Know any good places to eat around here?

I get the feeling that longstreet is near....

>> No.37071986

>>37071939
>[X] Maybe you should call, yeah. Know any good places to eat around here?

Dropping in unannounced would be rude anyway.

>> No.37071993

>>37071939
>[] Let's go see if we can surprise him. Brigitte, mind giving us a hand?

OUR CHIEF WEAPONS ARE SURPRISE AND--- wait.

>> No.37072011

>>37071939
>[x] Let's go see if we can surprise him. Brigitte, mind giving us a hand?

>> No.37072012

>>37071939
>[] Maybe you should call, yeah. Know any good places to eat around here?

>>37071964
JUST LIKE MY VIDEO GAME!

>> No.37072018

>>37071939
>[x] Maybe you should call, yeah. Know any good places to eat around here?
The worst thing about the Pacific Northwest, the fucking hippies.

>> No.37072019

>>37071939
>[] Maybe you should call, yeah. Know any good places to eat around here?
bring Brigitte anyways.

>> No.37072040

>>37072018
and the runners

>> No.37072043

>>37071939
>[] Maybe you should call, yeah. Know any good places to eat around here?

>> No.37072053

>>37072012
>>37071964
I think we actually had FOUR Ruhrstahls, as far as I can remember...

>> No.37072075

>>37071939
>[x] Maybe you should call, yeah. Know any good places to eat around here?

>> No.37072078

>>37071981
were was her HQ located again?

>> No.37072085

>>37072053
I can't imagine there's enough pylon space on the Widow to manage that

>> No.37072087

>>37072078
Annapolis, in Maryland.

>> No.37072100

>>37071939
[] Let's go see if we can surprise him. Brigitte, mind giving us a hand?

>> No.37072116

>>37072078
Annapolis, on the other side of the country.

>> No.37072118

>>37072078
>>37072087
far enough but still

>> No.37072139

>>37071939
>[X] Maybe you should call, yeah. Know any good places to eat around here?

We had our share of sneaking around. Let's keep things going normally. And if the anti-war crowd is violent we better dodge those too.

>> No.37072150

>>37072118
Speak of Devil and (s)he come, they said.

>> No.37072159

>>37072085
Four pylons on the later models. 1600 lbs each.

>> No.37072161

>>37072085
From thread 103
> And oddly enough, a pair of men in sweaters carefully lifting the damndest-looking thing from a cart parked directly beneath your Widow's starboard hardpoint. There's two more examples sitting on their cart; linked together by some sort of rack – they look like wicked-looking lawn darts.

>> No.37072165

>>37071939
>[] Maybe you should call, yeah. Know any good places to eat around here?

>> No.37072168

>>37071981
My geography is shit but is the Witch Academy near here? I mean it is possible but I doubt it.

>[] Maybe you should call, yeah. Know any good places to eat around here?

Maybe we'll get to see the magazine article that guy published?

>> No.37072171

>>37072139
>the anti-war crowd is violent
Irony, yo.

>> No.37072184

>>37071939
[] Maybe you should call, yeah. Know any good places to eat around here?

>> No.37072214

>>37072168
There is likely a witch academy in Seattle but Longstreet is in charge at The Naval Academy in Annapolis.

>> No.37072216

>>37071939
>[] Maybe you should call, yeah. Know any good places to eat around here?

>> No.37072256

>>37072168
Quick Wiki show it literally coast to coast from Maryland to Seattle so unless Longstreet is on Seattle for some reason, there should be no risk meeting her here.

>> No.37072271

>>37072150
Oh come on MF! She can't have pre-cognitive powers like a Newtype or enough contact within the Upper Echelons to know Fronk's coming home... right?

>> No.37072285

>>37072271
all it takes is one moron to say something!

>> No.37072305

>>37072271
>enough contact within the Upper Echelons to know Fronk's coming home...
Not when Fronk's coming back from a classified op like this one.

>> No.37072308

>>37072285
>Someone talked! propaganda poster intensifies

>> No.37072369

>>37072305
oh please you damn well know street brainwashes her bitches and would leak info to her

>> No.37072381

>>37072271
Last time i am shadowrunning people get upset.

So i inclined to say no, we should not meet her unless Ghost like to troll us.

Well, she might come for vacation but is there something on Seattle worth seeing?

>> No.37072394

>>37072308
Frank memorabilia, and had his face on time magazine with the article from Baron.

>> No.37072416

>>37072381
Museum of Flight, nuff said.

Also, the rotating restaurant on top of the Needle, Nordic Museum... etc...

>> No.37072417

>>37072369
>10 years later

>> No.37072433

>>37072416

Mah niggah.

>> No.37072461

>>37072417
She try's to take over the government and the White House?

>> No.37072486

>>37072433
Pic related.

Imagine bits of Hotel Ghostrider in that museum.

Also, Imagine Fronk or Merlin getting taken by anyone to the Needle resto.

>> No.37072522

>>37072461
Betcha if that happens, Longstreet will have some help...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kj4XenU6tyI

>> No.37072549

whoever posted the VDV song last thread, fuck you

I can't get it out of my head

>> No.37072574

>>37072549

It's definitely a catchy song.

veh-deh-veh!

>> No.37072581

>>37072549
I may not be that anon, but I can't get that song outta my head too because of World in Conflict Modern Warfare.
>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OlQ6KqTlyfk

>> No.37072588

>>37072522
It's 1990, he's likely still in his teens, and he'll be too busy playing college ball come the turn of the millenium.

>> No.37072632

>>37072588
Well, people likening Janice's Father to armstrong.. but he is a lawyer.

....inb4 evil lawyer joke.

>> No.37072636

>>37072588
you mean for a team that hasn't won a championship in like 100years.

>> No.37072652

How high are sales of frank body pillows among the witch community?

>> No.37072661

>>37072652
he better be getting a cut of the profits!

>> No.37072697

>>37072652
Ones outside of Witch Academy dorms pretty high, inside the dorms not a lot since they eat each other's magic carpet.

>> No.37072702

>>37070311
>I need to stretch, wonder what kind of cargo this thing is hauling?

And that's how Frank narrowly avoided getting his ass kicked by the loadmaster!

>> No.37072715

I SO WANT TO SEE SPELLCASTER PILOT THIS BASTARD
>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OtTq-6ywzh8

>> No.37072723

>>37072697
>implying academywitches don't pretend that whoever's eating them out is Fronk

>> No.37072730

>>37072636
That's cause they didn't have Armstrong.

>> No.37072795

>>37072723
Except the ones in Annapolis

>> No.37072885

>>37072795
most of them are cyborgs anyway!

>> No.37072893

>>37072697
>Fronk body pillows are a hot commodity in witch academies.
>This is due in part to a ban placed on these body pillows by the head Martons for disciplinary reasons
>As such, they are confiscated on sight.
>Because of this, underground trading rings have sprung up that deal in these items along with other contraband items.
>Those items include faked pictures of shirtless Frank, Frank after a long flight and Russian Frank
>These rings are very hard to disperse and are highly profitable.
>Longstreet is salty with frank because Annapolis has a very active trading ring.

>> No.37072968

>>37072893
>Dat spoilered contraband
DAMN YOU PUTIN! I KNOW YOU'RE BEHIND THIS TO APPEASE THE KONSTANTINA!

>> No.37073009

>>37072893
What about newspaper clipping with Fronk?

Also the magazine articles?

Also didn't he graduate in the academy in Annapolis? So I imagine they took his pictures of him when he was studying there, maybe doing sports......

Shirtless
Sweaty white t-shirt.
or covered in dirt

Yeah the rings are active because they have source material

>> No.37073028

>>37072893
>all of this merch has mind altering property's that slowly turns them in to commies

>> No.37073047

[x] Maybe you should call, yeah. Know any good places to eat around here?

You nod. “Yeah, go ahead and give him a call, kiddo.” You say, remembering her dad. He had a peculiar sense of fashion, as you recall- Cargo shorts and Hawaiian shirts. You suppose it must have something to do with the weather- all this wet probably causes people to go crazy.

Merlin nods, and Brigitte grins. “Well,” She says. “I do no wantin ta be intrudin on mah sistah's famillie, non.”

“Y-you're invited too!” Merlin says, sounding like she's afraid Brigitte feels excluded. Brigitte laughs.

“Non, non. It not be a problem Sam. Maman be fine, she got some tings ta do anyway since we here. You go visit wid your papa, take de baron wid ya. Be makin sure ya remind him o his table manners.”

“hey!” You protest. “My table manners are fine!”

Brigitte laughs. “If ya be tinkin so, Baron.” She says.

It takes a while to finally get permission to start debarking- you've no idea what the big plane was carrying, but it took a while to unload. You step out into the rain on the tarmac, noting that there's no vehicles to carry you to any of the nearby buildings- you're effectively on your own.

1/2

>> No.37073058

>>37073028
gru-division-p...

>> No.37073067

>>37073009
He's a pilot, so all the pictures are homoerotic volleyball.

>> No.37073076

You catch a lucky break when a pair of security troops in an armed Humvee roll up as you plod across the soaked concrete, roundly cursing the rain. “Y'all need a lift?” the one in the passenger seat yells. You nod, and he jerks a thumb over his shoulder, indicating the back seat. “Hop in!”

“Thanks.” You say, nodding gratefully to him and his driver.

“Hey, no problem brother!” He says, twisiting in his seat to shake your hands. “And, uh. Sisters. Witches?” He asks. Merlin and Brigitte nod. He looks back at you. “Lucky guy. So where to? Hopkins and I got shit better to do.”

“I-is there a phone exchange?” Merlin asks, quietly. “M-my dad lives in S-seattle and I wanted to c-call him.”

The security trooper nods. “Shit yeah there is! Should be empty this time of day too. So, y'all came in on the med flight? You look fine.”

[] Shit, that was a medical bird?
[] Yeah, it was the first lift out of Japan we could take.

>> No.37073091

>>37073076
>[X] Shit, that was a medical bird?

>> No.37073096

>>37072893
>Little do they know that Frank himself is the King Pin of the rings, raking in money and favors
> This mostly to fuel Merlin's tragic chocolate cake addiction and to pay child support payments after all of his harem had their way with Frank and had his babies.

>>37073076
>[] Shit, that was a medical bird?

>> No.37073097

>>37072893
>all this mention of Frank body pillow.
>no mention of Rex body pillow

>> No.37073104

>>37073076
>[] Shit, that was a medical bird?

>> No.37073110

>>37073076
>[x] Shit, that was a medical bird?

>> No.37073114

>>37073076
>[] Shit, that was a medical bird?

>> No.37073123

>>37073076
>[] Shit, that was a medical bird?

>> No.37073129

>>37073076
>[] Shit, that was a medical bird?

>> No.37073134

>>37073009
All that stuff is either locked away or censored for minimal Fronkyness.

So yes, these trading circles deal in these items as well.
>>37073028
That's just was Longstreet WANTS you to think.
>>37073076
[x] Shit, that was a medical bird?
Then those crates...

>> No.37073136

>>37073076
>[] Shit, that was a medical bird?
Well if Fronk didn't notice, he was either too preoccupied with 'stuff' or the loadmaster specifically chose a place on the bird where it wasn't noticeable what they were hauling extra.

>> No.37073138

>>37073076
>[] Shit, that was a medical bird?

>> No.37073143

>>37073076
>[] Shit, that was a medical bird?

>> No.37073155

>>37073097
He has his own ring going. Conflicts do happen.

>> No.37073167

>>37073076
>[x] Shit, that was a medical bird?

Well, shit.

>>37072893
>At some academies the Matrons are in on it
>'Confiscation' only leads to use by the Matrons

>> No.37073174

>>37073134
>Then those crates...

They're in a better place now, anon...

>> No.37073196

>>37073096
>Frank
>Not Nixon
I'm not a crook!
>>37073097
Rex isn't famous though...
>>37073167
The student are none the wiser.

>> No.37073219

>>37073196
Rex is for the younger girls

>> No.37073231

>>37073134
DEAD BODIES!

>> No.37073236

>>37073174
Pic related...
>>37073219
Rex is Fronk-lite

>> No.37073261

>>37073076
>[X] Shit, that was a medical bird?

>> No.37073262

>>37073236
>Rex is Fronk-lite
The amusing thing is he is the older of the two by minutes or something.

>> No.37073264

>>37073236
>JOIN ME IN SALUTING... CAPTAIN DAVENPORT!

>Into The Dusk intensifies
>www.youtube.com/watch?v=MuaQflZr3Fo

>> No.37073293

>>37073262
It's a pity that their other brother will never be see nor heard from again....

TONKS WHEN MOUSE!?!

>> No.37073296

>>37073264
>inb4 Chopper was carried in our ride

>> No.37073306

>>37073293
the german never let him have a chance

>> No.37073319

>>37073264
He... was a model solder...

>> No.37073330

>>37073306
Wittman is hatefucking him night and day and won't let him rest.

>> No.37073334

>>37073296
Crap, that would be...
You know what, screw it. Let's just have a three-volley salute, shall we?

>> No.37073349

>>37073296
Who?

>> No.37073351

>>37073293
If I were him, fucking never, because of the waifufags and the lewdfags never letting their stupidity die.

>> No.37073373

>>37073351
Good thin you're not him and we're only waiting for his schoolwork to stop trying to strangle him.

>> No.37073379

>>37073319
>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oblr92ErhaQ

>This is what I hate about war. No matter who starts it it always comes to this." -Alvin H. Davenport

>> No.37073395

>>37073306
A german witch is all a military man is.

If Minna wasn't there, Young will probably bang a whole lot more witches.

>> No.37073401

>>37073349
Back in the Top Gun Arc, Fronk met an old academy buddy, Alvin Davenport, aka Chopper.

You might recognize him from Ace Combat 5?

>> No.37073405

>>37073349
Wingman from AC5, comedy relief, bit of a blabbermouth, shot down and died during an enemy surprise raid.
We actually met him a LONG time ago, when we were in TOPGUN.

>> No.37073410

>>37073351
Look boys and girls Mr No fun!

>> No.37073413

>>37073349
>Doesn't know who CAPTAIN ALVIN "CHOPPER" DAVENPORT was.

You have not played the best game series.

>> No.37073469

>>37073410
go away fry face!

>> No.37073488

>>37073401
>You might recognize him from Ace Combat 5?
Nope.

>> No.37073522

>>37073488
>Nope
Guys
GUYS
LOOK AT THIS GUY
LOOK AT HIM AND EDUCATE HIM

>> No.37073554

>>37073488

You asshole

>> No.37073568

>>37073554
I'm an asshole for never owning a playstation?

>> No.37073580

>>37073488
You, sir, are a double Yuke, and not mein Belkan.

>> No.37073597

>>37073580
>Mein Belkan
Mein Kamerad

>> No.37073609

>>37073522
>>37073554
>>37073580
fags all of you

>> No.37073610

>>37073568
technically its Playstation 2.

well, start here: http://acecombat.wikia.com/
It might be useful in future since Ghost and Merc like to use Ace Combat references.

>> No.37073627

>>37073597
>Kamerad
Don't you mean Buddy?

>> No.37073660

>>37073627
Ah, yes, yes!
>Hey Buddy, still have your pelvis intact?

>> No.37073675

karla is best Belkan.

...Karla in Tenryuu costume with Butterfly team around her?

>> No.37073698

>>37073675
As long as this is her theme song, I can live with that.
>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-oYCCpDNCs4

>> No.37073719

>>37073597
Emmeria here, Belka a watery shit.

>> No.37073734

>>37073719
>Belka a shit
MUH PIXY says hi.

>> No.37073737

>>37073719
Don't you have a shitty phrase to repeat?

>> No.37073764

>>37073734
Pixy a SHIT.
Even with a laser equipped super-plane, he still couldn't kill the Demon Lord.

>> No.37073771

>>37073719
>Muh angels
>Muh golden kong
Emmeria a shit, Capture of Gragmeria best day of my life.

>> No.37073782

>>37073764
>Implying anything can kill the Demon Lord

>> No.37073790

>>37073771
Silly Stovie. Don't you have a flying fortress to raise from the depths?

>> No.37073799

>>37073764
THAT'S THE IDEA! His badassitude only equates to the Eagle!

He doesn't need the MORGAN!

>> No.37073815

>>37073764
...this is Demon Lord.
The only pilot arguably better than him is Mobius One.

>> No.37073824

[x] Shit, that was a medical bird?

“Shit,” You say, suddenly depressed. “That was a medical bird?”

“Yeah.” The security trooper nods. “Guys and girls coming back to the states for their long term treatment and rehab.”

“We get about two a week.” The driver, Hopkins, says. “Little less than that, really, bout one every five days. They treat a lot of 'em over there, the ones coming home are the ones that ain't going back downrange, ya know? Medical discharges.”

“Yeah.” You say, nodding. You try not to think about how close you came to one of those yourself- probably would have caught one, had it not been for your unique situation in regards to Admiral Nixon and the witches.

“Ah, it ain't so bad.” The passenger- who's name you still haven't gotten- says. “Hell, I was a med discharge. Got hit in Poland when the whole thing kicked off, I was with the eleven ACR, ya know?”

“Aw hell, here we go.” Hopkins says, sighing.

“Shit man, the airforce and the squids are takin everybody they can get for security and desk jobs and shit. Ya gotta jump through hoops to get combat again, but I hear it ain't out of the question.”

He shrugs. “Anyway, so I didn't catch your names. I'm tech Sargent Johns.”

[] Lieutenant Frank Bishop, nice to meet ya.
[] Smith. John Smith.

>> No.37073831

>>37073790
Don't you have a family to save?

>> No.37073836

>>37073824
>[] Lieutenant Frank Bishop, nice to meet ya.

>> No.37073844

>>37073824
>[X] Lieutenant Frank Bishop, nice to meet ya.

>> No.37073847

>>37073824
>[] Lieutenant Frank Bishop, nice to meet ya.

>> No.37073851

>>37073824
>[x] Lieutenant Frank Bishop, nice to meet ya.

>> No.37073852

>>37073824
>[] Lieutenant Frank Bishop, nice to meet ya.
>IN SIGNATURE BELKAN STOICISM (TM)

... Wait, this isn't ACQ

>> No.37073853

>>37073824
>[] Lieutenant Frank Bishop, nice to meet ya.
for the hue factor.

>> No.37073858

>>37073824
>[x] Smith. John Smith.
We're suppose to be in Poland.

>> No.37073860

>>37073824
>[x] Lieutenant Frank Bishop, nice to meet ya.

>> No.37073866

>>37073824
>[x] Lieutenant Frank Bishop, nice to meet ya.

>> No.37073872

>>37073824
>>37073858
This

>> No.37073875

>>37073824
>[] Lieutenant Frank Bishop, nice to meet ya.
....Well, that settle it.
We need to buy some skull mask and cigar later.

>> No.37073908

>>37073824
>[] Lieutenant Frank Bishop, nice to meet ya.
Other then Witches in that time in Paris, Frank seems to be pretty casual about introducing himself to others.

>> No.37073923

>>37073824
>[] Lieutenant Frank Bishop, nice to meet ya.

>> No.37073930

Well then I hope we say to keep the fact we're here a secret as we've been on secret squirrel shit and it shouldn't get out that we're not actually in Poland.

>> No.37073952

>>37073824
>[] Lieutenant Frank Bishop, nice to meet ya.

>> No.37073954

>>37073908
>Frank seems to be pretty casual about introducing himself to others.
He shouldn't be right now, we just got back from a classified op, and our name is very recognizable, we're meant to still be in Poland and we don't want that to get out, or the Russians might try something before we can get back.

>> No.37073975

>>37073824
>[] Smith. John Smith.
opsec people, do you speak it? no because your not meant to.

>> No.37073990

>>37073824
>[] Lieutenant Roy Focker, nice to meet ya.

THEY WILL NEVER KNOW

>> No.37074001

>>37073824
>[] Lieutenant Frank Bishop, nice to meet ya.

>> No.37074011

>>37073824
>[] Lieutenant Frank Bishop, nice to meet ya.

>> No.37074013

>>37073954
I hate to say it, wasn't Frank's face on the cover Time or something? Unless he gets plastic surgery, he's going to noticed anywhere he goes.

>> No.37074014

>>37073824
Wasn't the 11th ACR the unit Jake was apart of before he joined up with the special forces guys?

>> No.37074017

>>37073824
>[] Lieutenant Frank Bishop, nice to meet ya.

>> No.37074034

Just a heads up, we aren't a lieutenant any more.

>> No.37074043

>>37074013
And we can always say "We get that alot"
>>37074014
That's a bingo.

>> No.37074057

>>37074034

typo on my end. I'll correct it in the post, sorry.

>> No.37074068

>>37074034
Funny how no one else noticed at all...

>> No.37074071

>>37074043

Brought it up on the (VERY) off chance this guy knew Jake. Who knows, wierder stuff has happened.

>> No.37074078

I really think we should just use
>Maximillian Jenius
or
>Roy Focker
as a cover, guys.

>> No.37074090

>>37074043
On another idea, we can always use the Bill Murry defense. "Yes it's me, but no one will ever believe you."

>> No.37074123

Nice to see that Merlin isn't as messed up in the head as she used to be.

>> No.37074131

>>37074057
No worries!

>> No.37074137

>>37074071
If by chance Jake owe something from the guy (cigar, maybe), this will be hilarious.

>> No.37074170

>>37074071
We still shouldn't be advertising ourselves.
>>37074123
She's been getting much better, especially as of late.

>> No.37074179

>>37074137
>Hi I'm Frank Bishop, nice to meetcha
>Oh, so your that BASTARDLY, UNGRATEFUL, TWO-TIMING, BACKSTABBING LITTLE FUCKER'S brother huh?
>... Wut

>> No.37074543

>>37074179
That brother of our is stealing either our's or rex's glove so that wouldn't surprising actually.

>> No.37074661

>>37074543
>>37074543
>Inb4 Jake stole Johns' Wittmann Pinups

>> No.37074789

GHOST IS DELAYED
QUICK POST A6M ZERO/XP-67 LEWDS

>> No.37074886

>>37074789

DECLARE HOW THE WIDOW IS TOTALLY A GREAT FIGHTER.

>> No.37074929

Oh well.
Have some made-up fictional plane then

>> No.37074955

>>37074886
Maneuverability in low speeds
Says FUCK IT to stall
Flies like a bomber, fights like a fighter
>Rory Mercury Smug Face.png

>> No.37074977

>>37074929
Thats damn small mangafag.

Larger size please, my eyes beg of you.

>> No.37074979

>>37074929
>F-Zero
I see what you did there.
>www.youtube.com/watch?v=-L0pW3Eol6k

>> No.37075068

>>37074977
>>37074979
Thats not mine, sorry. Just grabbing it from someplace.

>> No.37075244

[x] Lieutenant Frank Bishop, nice to meet ya.

“Lieutenant Commander Frank Bishop.” You say, holding out your hand and getting a very surprised handshake out of the tech Sargent. “Nice to meet ya.”

He looks completely surprised. “Shit, sir, I'm sorry. Didn't recognize ya. So that'd make her-” He looks at Merlin.

“Lieutenant S-Samantha Wells.” She says, nodding.

“Honor to meet ya, ma'am.” He says, nodding. “And-”

“Commander Brigitte La Roux.” Brigitte says. He nods again, clearly not recognizing her name, which, you suspect, is the way she prefers it.

“So all Navy, huh?” He asks. You nod. “Well, that's aight. We can't all be perfect.” He laughs at his joke, right as Hopkins pulls up to the curb and puts the truck in park.

“Here's the phone exchange.” He says. “We'll sit here, like Johnny said, we ain't got shit better to do.”

“Yeah. Besides,” Johns adds. “If something happened to the Eagle and Spirit while they were on base, holy shit, General Greer would have a heart attack. So we're doing our job, too.”

You laugh, having occasionally used the exact same logic.

1/3

>> No.37075282

You have to shuffle around a bit- Merlin was sitting half on the center section, between the seats in back, half in your lap. Probably highly illegal stateside, you think, though who's going to stop an armed Humvee for a traffic violation?

She runs inside, and you sit in relative silence, noting that, in an gun truck like this one, the rain comes in through the turret ring, as well. You hope Merlin doesn't take too long.

Thankfully, she doesn't. “So where are we going?” You ask as she hops back in, electing, this time, to just sit on your lap.

“Y-yelm.” She says.

“Yelm?” Hopkins asks. “Shit, I don't know man, that's kinda far for us-”

“Shit hops, where's your sense of adventure?” Johns asks.

“sides dat, maman goan need some friends down dere while de baron and sam be eatin.” Brigitte says. “Mebby us, we can go to de range and have some fun wid de fifty?”

That, if nothing else, sells them- who wouldn't want to see Brigitte shoot a heavy machine gun?

Well, ok, you amend, what red-blooded American male wouldn't want to see that.

They still end up 'phoning' it in with the radio- you hear more than a few voices calling bullshit, but no one seems to tell them to not go, which is a good sign.

The drive down is surprisingly short, though it still takes a solid twenty minutes- if you want to make it back in time, you won't have more than an hour to eat.

Merlin guides you to the place her dad suggested- a steakhouse. The two of you hop out of the Humvee and Brigitte sticks her head up through the turret ring. “We be back ta pick ya up in an hour, baron.” She says, grinning down at you. “mebby a bit longah, I don't git to play wid de guns like dis too much. Maman be enjoyin herself, might let time get away from her, oui?” She laughs as they drive off- there's vehicle ranges on Ft. Lewis not too far from here, and that's where they're probably headed, relying on Brigitte to keep them out of trouble.

2/3

>> No.37075317

You and Merlin walk in to find the place covered in Boeing memorabilia- pictures on the walls, including one of your visit here, however long ago- you, with Merlin on your shoulders, along with the rest of the Tomcat-E team in front of the fighter. Pictures of engineers in front of Fighters, bombers, the jumbo jet team- this place definatley has a long history with the company.

“Two?” The host asks, pulling two menus out of the pocket on his stand. You shake your head.

“Three, we're waiting for someone.” You say.

He nods, not seeming to recognize either of you. “This way.” he says.

The place is dimly lit, with a faint cloud of smoke hanging just below the rafters and the scent and sound of cooking beef filling it. It's quiet this time of day, well before the lunch rush, and only a few other diners occupy the tables. “Your waitress will be with you in a moment.” He says, showing you to a booth- You take one side, Merlin takes the other.

You don't have to wait long before Merlin's dad- Dr. Wells- and another man, about the same age, enter the building and look around. “Daddy!” merlin cries jumping up and running at him- he catches her hug expertly and smiles.

“Sammy!” He says. “Ah, it's good to see you! Is- Hey! Commander Bishop!”

You can practically feel the eyes in the building shift from the two of them to you.

[] Dr. Wells! Good to see you again.
[] Thomas! How are you?

++

Just noticed we're on page 8, we'll probably have a second thread with the next update, depending on how long it takes to write!

>> No.37075332

>>37075317
>[] Thomas! How are you?

>> No.37075335

>>37075317
>[X] Dr. Wells! Good to see you again.

>> No.37075341

>>37075317
>[] Dr. Wells! Good to see you again.
Just to mess with the good ol' Doctor.

>> No.37075347

>>37075317
>[] Thomas! How are you?

>> No.37075356

>>37075317
>[] Dr. Wells! Good to see you again.

>> No.37075358

>>37075317
>[] Dr. Wells! Good to see you again.

>> No.37075359

>>37075317
>[] Thomas! How are you?
he told us to call him Thomas

>> No.37075375

>>37075317
>[x] Thomas! How are you?

>> No.37075387

>>37075317
>[] Dr. Wells! Good to see you again.

>> No.37075388

>>37075317
[X] Thomas! How are you?
We're carrying a gun right?

>> No.37075402

>>37075317
>[] Thomas! How are you?
tomtom

>> No.37075405

>>37075317
>[] Thomas! How are you?

>> No.37075439

>>37075317
>[] Thomas! How are you?
>>37075388
>We're carrying a gun right?
Yes, we can draw our sidearm and fire wildly into the ceiling whenever we choose.

>> No.37075484

>>37075317
>[] Dr. Wells! Good to see you again.

>> No.37075500

>Say, Thomas, when are we gonna get that Genesic GaoGaiGar add-on to our Wyvern?

>> No.37075552

>>37075317
> Thomas! How are you?
I wonder how much he knows about Kenji

>> No.37075573

>>37075500
Is that mean we need full body reconstruction?

>>37075552
"ah, we still working about the date. We already agree about the location though..."

>> No.37075582

>>37075317
>[] Thomas! How are you?

>> No.37075588

>>37075552
Oh you can bet your Goldion Crusher he knows EVERYTHING about Kenji....
>mad scientist intensifies.gif

>>37075573
That's the idea MF. Who needs Putin's Lazarus when we can go GAOGAIGAR??

Also,
>HIKARI NI NARE!!!

>> No.37075632

>>37075588
wait until some quack puts a EXAM system on a striker.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5mQcJW5ewVg

>> No.37075650

>>37075588

ARE WE POWERED BY COURAGE, OR BY WITCHES.

This is important.

>> No.37075686

>>37075632
>Thomas Wells and Kenji Sakamoto discover a way to use Photon Power as a stable energy source
>Photon Power Labs is established
>Frank Bishop and Sam Wells become the world's first pilots of Photon-powered Mecha
>Mazinger intensifies
>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hoCkO-4fjkI

>> No.37075687

>>37075632
>base was destroyed and all personal on site were killed by test pilot

>> No.37075717

>>37075650
WE ARE POWERED BY BOTH

THE COURAGE THAT COMES FROM THE INDESTRUCTIBLE HUMAN HEART

AND THE LOVE BESTOWED UPON FRONK BY WITCHES

>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XF4jbQh6tN4

>> No.37075734

I see we are getting bored

>> No.37075753

>>37075734
No shadowrun or shooting the celing yet, we still under control.

>> No.37075775

This is basically what witches are shown in academy in order to become better.
>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8xqskiIehfk

>> No.37075787

Merlin was lewded by Kenji.

>> No.37075814

>>37075787

Merlin may not be for lewd, but Merlin IS lewd.

In fact, she might even be lewder than even Ice.

(That was a lie)

>> No.37075843

>>37075814
you know that's the truth and you fucking KNOW IT!

>> No.37075844

Merlin is for lewd, just not for us.

>> No.37075965

>>37075687
>Inb4 it was a plot by the Fury from SRW J

>> No.37076170

GUYS
I THINK I FOUND BRIGITTE'S THEME SONG IF SHE GOT INJECTED WITH WEAPONS-GRADE HOT-BLOOD
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PxcvDakqjmo

>> No.37076187

>>37076168

New thread!

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