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[ERROR] No.40704370 [Reply] [Original] [4plebs] [archived.moe]

>To join in, simply write your name and choose a party as well as a secure tripcode: https://www.4chan.org/faq#sectrip

>Three people and a party page on the wikia are needed to create a party

>Create your party platform and see existing laws and regulations here:

http://tg-parliament.wikia.com/wiki/Parliament_of_/tg/_Wikia

Current Agenda:


>Next session on...when we can sort out the new session times.
>Recruitment
>Coming up with new bills
>Debating said bills endlessly.
>No seats for now, sorry kids.

>>40691322
Old Thread

>> No.40704399

First for the Galactic Empire:

>> No.40704419

>>40704370
Second for da short people!

>> No.40704444

>>40704419
Heeey, it's the Equal Heights guys! Ain't seen you lot around lately. Is all well in the mountains?

>> No.40704547

>>40704444
Yeah. Is pretty quiet, asides from da occasional explosion
Checked.

>> No.40704584

>>40704547
That's good. Quietness means stability, which means safety. Except from the occasional explosion, of course.

Any awesome bills you guys are cooking up? Can't wait to see what kinda of crazy shit you explody-exploders come up with.

Quints for the Galactic Empire.

>> No.40704845

who /spooky/ here?

>> No.40704886

>>40704584
When I says quiet, I mean I's pretty sure I's da only one there.

>> No.40704892

>>40704886
Oh, that's hardly fun. What'll you do when Sunday rocks around?

>> No.40704946

>>40704892
I's thinking about joining dat wizards coalition thingy.
Though I's still tossing some ideas around in my heads.

>> No.40704972

>>40704946
I've spoken to the wizards a bit already. They're honestly pretty damn based. I think you'd do pretty well with them. I'd offer you a place in the Empire, but our policies must remain unchanged until we know what we're dealing with on /tg/.

>> No.40705033

So spots will open up tomorrow?

This sounds like the kind of autism I can get behind

>> No.40705085

>>40705033
Votes will open up, but there's no reason you can't beat the curve and join a party now! Even though you won't have a vote, you'll be able to debate, help make policy.

Hell, if someone has brains, they'll cycle out an inactive MP into reserves and give you their seat. Ain't no law against it.

Especially if you join the GALACTIC EMPIRE, the only party to get not one, but TWO bills through unanimously. We get shit done!

>http://tg-parliament.wikia.com/wiki/Galactic_Empire

>> No.40705108

>>40704972
I was gonna ask, but I figured a that'd be da case.

>> No.40705119

>>40705108
No reason you can't change character to join us though. Or cast a really good illusion spell.

>> No.40705177

>>40705085
I think I will lurk around a bit and get to know the parties and how everything works first

If I join I want to at least do a good job of it

>> No.40705204

>>40705119
Nah, illusion ain't for me. Magitech's where it's at.
Plus, I really like this character.

I might even use him in my next game.

>> No.40705211

>>40705177
You are my kind of autistic, anon. Regardless of which party you join, it'll be good to have someone who takes the time to think things through in this little shindig.

>> No.40705224

>>40705177
Checks out da wiki for party platforms.

>> No.40705276

>ARE YOU SPOOKY?
>ARE YOU SCARY?
>MIGHT YOU BE A SKELETON?

Then join [SPOOKY] today!

The Spooky Party stances are...

>All creatures that bump in the night are allowed
>Even scary statues that make people cringe in terror
>PRO Scaring Children
>PRO Scaring Adventurers
>PRO Scaring EVERYONE
>If it can get spooked, it needs to get spooked

Be a spooky scary one! Send shivers down spines!
http://tg-parliament.wikia.com/wiki/The_SPOOKY_Party

>> No.40705308

>>40705276
Why hasn't a "Everyday is Halloween" bill been proposed yet? I am so disapointed, Jackie

>> No.40705340

>>40705308
Everyday already is halloween for us spooky kind.

>> No.40705416

>>40705340
Is da same for Goblins.

>> No.40705555

Daily reminder to join the Coalition of Arcane Arts. Defending the rights of magic users and telepaths, so that you can practice magic freely and without persecution. Band together with us, and help us ensure YOUR rights.

Our aims include ending the persecution of magic users, protecting our right to practice magic through pushing legislation, and maintaining low spell/ritual costs through protective tariffs on spell materials and subsidization of public service rituals (ie soothslaying, healing, and enchanting)

Other awesome perks:
>give yourself a dank title like "master of the 7 circles of hell and the lord of darkness" or "chief warlock of the high court" or "True master of the fifth magic"
>be actually swole as fuck because we can polymorph ourselves
>get bitches with fancy magic tricks

Come join us at #coaa on rizon if you're interested.

>> No.40705664

This threads need more spooky

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hvKGHEpdR9Y

>> No.40705674

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-bzWSJG93P8

>Patriotism Intensifies.

>> No.40705835

>>40705674
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KsMKOx6fumc

>Goblin pride intensifies

>> No.40705988

Well, You lot are certainly chatty, aren't you?

>> No.40706011

>>40705988

Sometimes it takes one snowflake to cause an avalanche.

>> No.40706023

>>40706011
Wow. Aren't you just a fountain of fucking wisdom.

>> No.40706032

>>40706023
No, he's a tree.

>> No.40706062

>>40706032
Thank you Captain Obvious.

>> No.40706086

>>40706032

This is true, I'm not a Haunted Fountain of Fucking Wisdom. My name would be vastly different.

>> No.40706097

>>40706062

HA

>> No.40706113

Greetings all!

>> No.40706119

>>40706062
You's welcome!

>>40706086
And longer.

>> No.40706128

>>40706097
Oh my god. you look absolutely disgusting. What are you, some half-orange ox or something?

>> No.40706171

>>40706128

THE HULKSTER'S GONNA RUN WILD ON YOU FOR THAT. OR HE WOULD, IF THE HULKSTER WASN'T HEADING TO SLEEP.

NIGHT

>> No.40706248

The crown of the spooky king weighs heavily on top of my skeletal head. I must depart from this parliament for the time being. I name the Haunted Tree as my successor and pass all spooky lands, titles, and riches to him.

May his spooky reign be just and honorable for all skeletal kind.

>> No.40706330

>>40706248
Can't believe I'm saying this, but I'm sad to see you go, sir.
Rattle in peace, mr.skeltal.

>> No.40706427

>>40706248

It is with great hesitation that I take this crown from my predecessor. It feels heavy on my head because I know it takes a strong mind, a steeled soul, and a hardened heart to rule over the spooks and I am honoured to be named the next ruler over my fellow Members of Parliament in the name of the land of Spooky. I wish Jackie all the best on their future endeavours, and there shall always be a place open in my halls and in my forest for one as great as them.

In other news: Hail to the king, baby.

>> No.40706513

>>40706427
>leans back in her chair, putting her feet on the desk and taking out a magazine labeled "Fighter Hunks Monthly"
Nah, I don't feel like it.

>> No.40706611

>>40706513

That's fine. Adoration and constant attention never suited me anyway. Carry on with your experiments, tests and other such abominations. I know you will be moving on to another party come Sunday but I do hope you will grace our lands with your newest creations and hopefully the land of Spooky and the Coalition of Arcane Arts can work towards a better tomorrow for all magic users and unliving.

>> No.40706710

>>40706611
Well I do occasionally work with Necromancers. Not on any sort of project or anything, just in the same workplace.

>> No.40706846

>>40706710

Ah yes. Perhaps a Research Agreement would be of interest to the Coalition. Sending the foremost experts of our fields to each other's colleges to learn and trade knowledge. Supplies could also be traded. I would go into more detail, but I think those should be hammered out at a later date.

>> No.40706915

>>40706846
Perhaps. More funding is always welcome. I would be open to discussing details at a later date.

>> No.40707318

>>40706915

Excellent. I look forward to discussing terms and ideas that our two parties can work together for the betterment of our citizens.

>> No.40707408

Have people updated their wikis to include the new IRC chats instead of the old (but secure) chatstep ones?

>> No.40707446

>>40705085
Tomorrow we will see what new hell Roll Calls will bring.

the new policy, I can just taste it

>>40704946
Get into ALF! We accept anybody and everybody, so long as your love for information and knowledge remains pure and true.

>> No.40707538

>>40707446

Still technically Friday for me.

>> No.40707556

>>40707446
>>40707538
......it is for me too

I just went full Australian

>> No.40707580

>>40707556
You NEVER go full Australian
The joke is that the character who first delivered the full retard line was Australian.

>> No.40707594

>>40707556

Was going to ask if the Parliament was favoured in the direction of the Aussies and if I was just a minority in the Americans. If that was the case, ah well, still do my best to make Roll Call. Hate to lose my seat right after I got leader.

>> No.40707624

>>40707594
No there are a lot of us Amerifats, but it'll be hard to tell who's who until we figure out who's left at Roll Call

>> No.40707657

>>40707624
Given that session times are EST, I'm willing to bet that it's going to be EST Sunday.

>> No.40707670

>>40707657
Roll Call lasts all day, i think

>> No.40707696

>>40707670
What I mean is 0000-2359 EST

>> No.40707700

Can an Australian join the All-American Party?

>> No.40707720

>>40707700
I's gonna preempt them by saying yes, but not until roll call.

>> No.40707731

>>40707720
Damn, I wanted to make an All-American Rejects pun

>> No.40707753

>>40707700
You can join the party as an adjunct, but you can't vote on anything yet. Parliament's full.

>> No.40707758

>>40707731

No you can join, you just can't have a seat in Parliament. You're more than allow to make your name, join whatever party you wish, however if you don't have a seat you may not vote or put forward a bill. As an unseated, you CAN participate in discussions, and post propaganda and what not.

>> No.40707776

>>40707758

>You're more than allow to

Wtf were my hands typing. You're more than welcome to... Corrected.

>> No.40707786

>>40707758
>>40707753
Got that m8s, roll call is tomorrow isn't it? So is there a session before then?

>> No.40707793

So like.

I JUST realized that the pdf version of the threads that I made do NOT allow you to see what was spoilered

I'm at an absolute loss of what I could do to fix it, though.

>> No.40707820

>>40707786
We was just discussing dat. We's not sure if it Aussie or Murrican Sunday.

>> No.40707870

>>40707758
Won't they just add seats?

>> No.40707871

>>40707820
Shouldn't really matter much if it is open for 24 hours

Does your party have enough members to stay alive? I can get down with manlet feels

>> No.40707887

>>40707820
>>40707786

Basically the concept is that it takes place over at 24 hour period. 0000-2359 EST is from midnight to 11:59 pm on the Eastern Coast of the United States. Look at your clock right now because I am in central time and it is 10:57 pm. So Easter Time will be one hour ahead of that and it will be 11:57 pm there. Therefore Roll Call will begin exactly 24 hours from 3 minutes from now.

>> No.40707907

>>40707887
So midday for me

Sounds good

>> No.40707918

>>40707870
I hope not. Too many seats get added and it dilutes everyone's vote. I was even against going past 125.

>> No.40707956

>>40707556
Australian, huh? Aren't you people obsessed with broncos or something like that.

>> No.40707967

>>40707870
>>40707918
Thing is: They added a ton of seats and we later saw a massive drop in actual thread participation.
The way the trend is going is that people jump on the bandwagon for a few threads, and then get bored and quit.
When Roll Call comes around we hope to see how many people are ACTUALLY left playing, but it might be this week all over. We could see a million spoopy registrations, and a bunch of oldies come back for muh weekold nostalgia, and then not post the rest of next week.

So basically get in, get your seat fast, because there's no garuntee people won't just shit it up next week.

>> No.40707971

>>40707870

Seats have already been added once this past week. I have a feeling once Roll Call comes around we'll see who all is inactive and which party will come out on top. Hopefully SPOOKY doesn't take a seriously blow, but anything can happen.

>> No.40707976

>>40707956
>nrlel

>> No.40708240

Do you wish for /tg/ to be great?
Do you value original content?
Do you value your hobbies?
Do you value your waifus and husbandos?

Join the knights of the Magical Realm to put tradition back into traditional games and crusade with us!
http://tg-parliament.wikia.com/wiki/Knights_of_the_Magical_Realm

>> No.40708324

>>40708240
Forgot my tag

>> No.40708614

Things need to get a bit more spooky in here...

https://youtu.be/XTgFtxHhCQ0?t=1m35s

>> No.40708766

Found an error when re-counting the votes on the bill "Change name of Parliament of /tg/ to /that guys/s parliament"

Gonna be making a document with the fixed numbers, and it is still failed so no worries there.
This might mean I need to look at all of the bills, though, as people are fallible and a second (and third, and fourth, and fifth) eye can really help us avoid mistakes.

>> No.40708798

The chivalry in this thread is sorely lacking.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=70QiRYAcOh0

>> No.40708925

Do you want a dank title?
Do you want to be able to get hoes with perfect polymorph aesthetics and sweet illusion spells?
Do you like crushing your enemies in creative ways?

Join the Coalition of Magic! Find us at #coaa on rizon!

>> No.40709113

>>40708925
The Totally not Dimir party express its support to the Coalition of Arcane Arts.

>> No.40709179

DID SOMEONE SAY PATRIOTISM?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3jRnL6fRdcc

>> No.40709299

>>40709113
Sir, I was meaning to ask you: should we not designate a place for our party to meet and do normal things that parties do (not plot, of course, as only deceptive parties would plot, and we are the paragon of openness)?

>> No.40709430

>>40709299
You know, you guys are awfully suspicious. But as long as it doesn't bother me, I honestly don't care. Just don't touch my stuff.

>> No.40709436

>>40708766
I have the new document for the /thatguy/ name bill

>> No.40709455

>>40709299
Every day after Decent Citizen disappeared in that mysterious accident and I took over the party I have thought about that, however since Nobody Important left us temporarily, we are the only actually active members of this party.

It's better to wait to the Sunday before creating a chatroom for the party.

>> No.40709506

Yo. Had to do family stuff. Did I miss anything important?

>> No.40709529

>>40709506
Oh yeah, we did a ton of blow. And there were like a ton of hookers here. You just missed them.

>> No.40709533

>>40709529
Well, I have no use for either of those things, so meh.

>> No.40709589

>>40709430
Preposterous. We're the party that supports the common man and protects his interests because we're completely normal people ourselves. I'm a simple immigrant that came to this lands to find a better life, and I work hard every day to take bread to my home.

Implying that we're suspicious is the worst offense, especially coming from the party that houses every kind of monsters and spectres, promotes the corruption of the values of our society and actively searchs the profanation of the earthly remains of our deceased.

>> No.40709610

>>40709455
Sounds like a plan.
If we may loose a lot of people on Sunday, it may be a good idea to make some propaganda to attract new people joining up.

>> No.40709642

>>40709589
For all I care, the common man can go suck it, because they are hardly any use to me. Plus, they always seem to have a lot of confidence in their ability to fight, even if they throw punches like a child. Honestly, the thought of it makes me sick, and makes it very hard for me to enjoy my ale in the tavern on a late evening.

>> No.40709647

>>40709610
That's exactly what I'm doing, it's good when constant communication isn't needed to plan things because all the members have the same goal in common. I like doing the things that way.

>> No.40709664

>>40709642
You know, you kinda come off as a dick.
And, yes, it's the Imperial who said it.

>> No.40709684

>>40709642
Attitudes like that are the reason our party needs to exist.

>> No.40709704

>>40709664
>>40709684
Niceness is a commodity of the weak and frail, and is unneeded by those with overwhelming power. Besides, when you get to be as old as I am, your patience really starts to thin from hearing the same pick-up line over and over again, thousands upon thousands of times.

>> No.40709707

>>40709684
I hear you, perfectly harmless and unsuspicious citizen. The Galactic Empire needs its military-industrial concept to keep the people safe from exactly this kind of person.

Vicious enough to not care about the rights of others, intelligent enough to not get caught easily, and magical enough to do some real damage if not stopped.

>> No.40709740

>>40709455
Hey I'm here too.
Luckily I might add. I got mugged last night by a skeleton thug who mumbled about milk and bones all the time. We really need to make the streets a safer place again. A normal citizen like me should be able to go about his normal unsuspicious business without getting robbed, followed or confronted.

>> No.40709757

>>40709740
Fucking hell I always forget my trip on the first post of the day. Excuse my language.

>> No.40709758

My fellow lurkers are lurking a bit TOO well.

>> No.40709761

>>40709740
And that is why you should back the Galactic Empire. A vote for the Empire is a vote for safety and stability. The citizens of /tg/ deserve to be able to safely walk the streets without fear of being mugged, or worse, killed and resurrected.

>> No.40709767

>>40709704
Actually its our parties policy to be nice.
Don't like it?
Leave

>> No.40709768

>>40709761
Who has the latest map?

>> No.40709787

>>40709768
Parliament's been full for days. There's literally no updates to make. Unless I DID miss something.

>> No.40709793

>>40709758

Ain't that the point of 'em?

>> No.40709802

reminder that magic is the best and that you should totally join my party.

>> No.40709804

>>40709787
Yesterday they were going to add mountains and shit but I never saw it.

>>40709793
But I miss them T_T

>> No.40709820

>>40709802
And what if you're not at all magically-capable?

>>40709804
Oh, the MAP. Uh, most recent one is on the wiki main page, or should be.

>> No.40709834

>>40709820
Everyone has the latent gift of magic.

>> No.40709848

>>40709834

BAH. Humanist Propoganda!

>> No.40709851

>>40709834
I knew a guy who couldn't even magic. His talent for magic was so negligible, he was actually immune to the stuff. It just didn't want anything to do with him.

>> No.40709906

>>40709707
Since we have never met before, I must inform you to not bring up my magical ability, because unlike most mages, I have no ability to cast spells without the use of things like wands. And that is a very sore subject for me, but since we do not know each other very well, I am willing to let it slide just this once.

What I do have is enhanced strength that I have gained through the use of my Fleshwarping and Alchemy, as well as a couple of pets that I created.

But anyway, I feel like I treat the common man well enough. After all, I no longer just take parts from people, I give them adequate replacement parts in return. Hell, I pay those who give me the parts willingly, along with the free replacement.

Sorry if I came off as a little harsh before, but I was bored and annoyed.

>>40709767
Yes yes, small one, I understand. I only joined this party because I thought it most fitting because of all the cautionary tales people from my world love to tell about me, even if they use them to describe me as a hag. This coming Role call, I am planning on joining the newly formed Coalition of of Arcane Arts.

>> No.40709924

>>40709834
Is there anyone else in your party?

>> No.40709947

>>40709924
Three people at the moment, including me. Join us at #coaa if you're interested.

>> No.40710046

>>40709906
>This coming Role call, I am planning on joining the newly formed Coalition of of Arcane Arts.
But you aren't arcane at all
You said it yourself

>> No.40710102

>>40710046
Yes, and you have an easily snapped neck, but you don't hear me going on about it.

Magic is just about being able to cast spells. Alchemy, for instance, is very powerful magic. Ritual magic is also very powerful, and doesn't require the user to use any magical energy, just need to use magical components. And Fleshwarping is something that can be done with both of those, and it can create a ton of powerful things.

>> No.40710118

>>40709757
Oh, right. Sorry Marty.

>> No.40710164

>>40709906
Damn right you'll let it slide. And if I bring it up again, you'll let it slide again. This is parliament, not some bar where you can simply threaten and murder your way through your problems.

I'm surprised you are in parliament at all. You appear disinterested in actually attempting to cooperate with others. Perhaps you would be better serving as a military officer or footsoldier? You appear ill-suited to politics.

>> No.40710203

>>40710164
researchers of the arcane arts tend not to be the most sociable of people, sometimes. You think parliament is a mess, you should see the Archmage's council.

>> No.40710207

>>40709906
>confirmed for absolute crazay

>> No.40710219

FREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEDOM SCREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEECH
JOIN THE ALL-AMERICAN PARTY TODAY

>> No.40710220

>>40709793
Grum!
Is you gonna be here for da roll call on Sunday?

>>40707871
I wasn't sure, is been pretty quiet from down here, but if Grum stay, and you joins then we would!

>> No.40710235

>>40709820
I checked the map. I'll tell you my ideas for additions to it in the irc.

>> No.40710255

>>40710164
Well, the thing is, I'm also incredibly bored and thought that this would be a fun way to pass the time while I wait for my idiot husband to finish whatever little project he is working on.

Besides, I've already been in the military plenty of times. Often in one of my more obviously muscular bodies, of course, but still. But I eventually got bored after a while, my blood lust for the time sated.

>>40710203
Well, I bet the Guild Master of the Mage's Guild, Antruthius, doesn't make it easier at all, what with the mountains of cocaine he brings with him everywhere in that magical flying car of his.

>>40710207
Oh well hello there, Captain Obvious

>> No.40710273

>>40710220

Should be, laddie!

>> No.40710299

>>40710255
Hello I am common slavic man
Please be no in government
I no want woman or person who think common lives is toy or experiments
Thank you

>> No.40710332

>>40710164
I think you will find the military also require cooperation

>> No.40710363

>>40710255
>>40710102

>> No.40710418

>>40710299
To be fair, I do not experiment with Humans anymore. Not since my Guild Master got me under magical contract to stop doing that. Although it was a moot point, because at that time I no longer had to do experiments and had the process down to a science so that the person donating is guaranteed to survive.

>> No.40710473

Now then, if you will all excuse me, I must be off to bed so that I can keep this body in proper shape.

>> No.40710507

>>40710203
I can imagine. Sounds like the rumours I heard about the old Jedi Council.

>>40710207
Oyah.

>>40710219
Good thing I wear ear protection.

>>40710235
Okay. Sorry for absence, RL intervened again.

>>40710332
Of course. Any successful operation requires the seamless combination of air, infantry and armoured assets, not to mention artillery, medical support, logistics, command...

>> No.40710602

Wait...isnt a session going on right now? It's 3:20 est.

And good morning everyone. Looking forward to the next roll call.

>> No.40710638

>>40710507
I'm just talking about working with people at the individual level which Lupa seems to lack

>> No.40710711

>>40710602
Beats me. Today was normie day, so I didn't bother to keep track. Besides, without the timezone thing I'm useless at figuring out what EST is.

>>40710638
Mmm. I mean, I can understand a scientist lacking in communication skills...but wouldn't that make such a person a relatively poor choice for a political position?

Well, she got voted in by someone, so maybe she's holding something in reserve.

>> No.40710752

>>40710711
>I'm useless at figuring out what EST is

It's not hard
>google EST
>check current time in EST
>check your current time
>work out difference
>remember that number

>> No.40710916

When is the next proposing/voting session?

>> No.40710932

>>40710916
Around 12 hours from now.

>> No.40711027

>>40710752
I just set a secondary clock on my laptop instead.

Not that it'll help, since I get distracted real fuckin' easily and don't regularly check the time. Ain't nobody got time fo' dat.

>> No.40711045

>>40711027
What timezone are you?

>> No.40711056

>>40711045
Australian Eastern Standard Time, but my sleeping patterns are as #rekt as SPQR

>> No.40711212

JOIN THE SPOOKS AND THANK MR SKELTAL

>> No.40711261

Joining the spooks!

>> No.40711299

>>40711261
Welcome to the party fellow spook! Don't forget to thank mr. Skeltal. You should add the tag [SPOOKY] after you name so that everyone can see to which party you belong, and if you could, please add yourself to the wikia:

http://tg-parliament.wikia.com/wiki/The_SPOOKY_Party

>>40711212
THANK MR SKELTAL

>> No.40711316

>>40711212
thank mr skeltal

>>40711299
Thanks! I already added my name to the wikia.

>> No.40711354

>>40711316
Good to see a spook on to it.
Welcome!

>> No.40711368

>>40711212
what do i do if it isn't a jpeg?

>> No.40711382

>>40711368
Are you telling me you're not going to thank mr skeltal?

>> No.40713154

The thread shall not die

>> No.40713180

>>40704370
can I join

>> No.40713340

>>40713180
All seats in the Parliament are currently filled.
But Sunday is the roll call and I expect that a large number of MPs will not show up, freeing seats as of Monday, 12am if I'm not wrong.

Of course, there is nothing stopping you from showing your support for the party of your choice.

Also check out the wikia.

>> No.40713354

>>40711382

Oh he doesn't always have to be thanked. It's mostly a mild courtesy

>>40713180

Right now the Parliament is full, so there are no more seat left. However you are more than welcome to join a party, make a name and secure a trip. Because you don't have a seat you won't be able to vote or propose a bill, however you may join in on discussions and post propaganda and what have you. Just make sure to show up for Roll Call tomorrow to secure a seat!

SPOOKY party is pretty fun, in fact we're all about fun and being laid back.

>> No.40713449

>>40713354
>>40713180
No party is more laid back than the HBU!

We are so busy doing stuff that we don't do anything!
Truly, we are the /tg/ Gets Stuff Done Party

>> No.40713519

>>40713449

Fair point. But pic related.

Also I thought that was the Galactic Empires saying.

>> No.40713539

I like this idea! Potentially split voter between the Galactic Empire and Imperium of Man although I assume given their obvious policy objectives they'll be a powerful voting bloc in the parliment.

Galactic Species Hegemon FTW!

>> No.40713757

>>40713539

Fair. I think the IoM and GE could have some very persuasive arguments, but I want you to look deep down into yourself. Who are you really? What kind of person is really there when you look deep into yourself? What part of you keeps you up, and never lets you down. It's always there for you and is as pure as the un driven snow. You're skeleton, that's what.

Join SPOOKY today

>> No.40714318

>>40713519
Whatever you decide, you should come by the Galactic Empire IRC chat. It's by far the most active party chat, and acts as a public forum most of the time.

http://www.rizon.net/chat - Join the channel Galactic_Empire

>> No.40714321

Forget spooky, those guys are lame. Join the magic coalition, here's just a few of the awesome perks you get:

>awesome robes
>legit facial hair
>can summon yourself an extraplanar being to hang out with if you're bored
>give yourself a dank title like "master of the 7 circles of hell" or "high archmage of winterhold"

>> No.40714490

>>40714321
Your party seems to be exclusive of everyone that does not possess any magical ability or talent.

At very least the Galactic Empire promises fair treatment, albeit with low tolerance, of nonhumans, offering medical and infrastructure services for everyone.

Your party's M.O seems at a glance to be nothing more then establishing a magical pecking order where your members are placed at the top and everything else is arbitrarily placed below.

>> No.40714507

>>40714490
>>40714321
On behalf of the All-American Party, I would like to ask where George Washington would stand in this magical pecking order, after all, he was twelve stories tall and made of radiation.

>> No.40714538

>>40714507
If George Washington is with us right now in life or in death, he would wholeheartedly oppose such an skewed system, for it leads to a tyrannical abuse of power which he made a point of by stepping down as president after only serving two terms.

>> No.40714551

>>40714538
The question is where he would be in the pecking order, not what his stance on it would be. He was pretty magical.

>> No.40714578

>>40714551
He was literally the Prophet of Freedom, blessed by Lady Liberty herself to never be hit, glanced or touched in any form of combat or danger.

I'd say he would place very highly.

>> No.40715250

>>40714507
George Washington is a respected figure within the magical community. Little known fact, he and Benjamin Franklin were actually both high archmages with council seats.

>>40714490
>at a glance
perhaps because you have not seen our actual MO, yes? We focus on wizard interests, but in a manner more like a union of workers/businessmen than that of an oligarchy. Just because we're skilled in magic doesn't mean we don't need rights, after all. Where are our working ours? Our workers' compensation? Our paid leave time? Why don't we get protective tariffs against foreign imported spell materials, when gnomes take dirt pay for shitty work? We can't compete against that, you can't expect us to. In a way, we exemplify the common man, the idea that anybody can make it, because everybody has the spark of magic within them. We've all studied and practiced to get where we are, and we deserve rights and protection as much as any other group.

>> No.40715669

>>40715250
>We focus on wizard interests, but in a manner more like a union of workers/businessmen than that of an oligarchy.

Then create a cooperation, heaven and hell knows its far more profitable.

> Just because we're skilled in magic doesn't mean we don't need rights, after all. Where are our working ours? Our workers' compensation? Our paid leave time?

Covered within the standard workers' benefit plan.

>Why don't we get protective tariffs against foreign imported spell materials, when gnomes take dirt pay for shitty work?

Because spell materials are rare and expensive and cannot be mass produced or commercialized as they require arbitrary rituals and meet astrological, prophetical and sometimes even coincidental conditions for them to be made. Thus supply remains low, demand remains high resulting in extreme high prices. Enacting a protective tariff against imported spell materials would only mean higher prices.

>when gnomes take dirt pay for shitty work? We can't compete against that,

Then adapt, it isn't the gnomes are stealing your jobs, but as much as there is an excess of over qualified licensed spellcasters that are not willing to do low level magical position in the low economic climate we're in. Open portals to other planes of existences and seek employment where the demand for your specialized skills are high and where there are clients willing to pay high.

Continued

>> No.40715705

>>40715669
>In a way, we exemplify the common man, the idea that anybody can make it, because everybody has the spark of magic within them. We've all studied and practiced to get where we are, and we deserve rights and protection as much as any other group.

By your own admission you do not exemplify the common man, for you possess a magical spark and the social and economical position to cultivate such an gift and put it to good use. There are millions of poverty stricken magicall gifted people who do not possess the same opportunities and resources as you do and will squander their talents for crime, and we must solve this issue of inequality first before we move on to the perceived issue of lack of rights and protection who need I remind you is already guaranteed to all magical, non magical, human and inhuman citizens.

>> No.40715862

>>40714507
All I know, is that JFK was part-Incubus.

>>40710219
>>40706171
WE MUST SPEAK.

#All-American on Rizon

>> No.40715964 [DELETED] 

>>40704370
I'm surprised we don't have more seats.

>> No.40715991

>>40715964
It's expected that a lot of seats will open up tomorrow after roll-call.

Also: JOIN THE ALL-AMERICAN PARTY

FREEDOM

LIBERTY

DEMOCRACY

>> No.40716027

>>40715991
Accidentally wrote my name in the Options field, sorry.

It's just that I'm pretty sure there are more lurkers than posters on any forum, and that 4chan is no exception.

>> No.40716073

>>40716027
You're probably right about that one.

Good to see the ALF around, Gatt's been concerned about what'll happen to it on Sunday. Guess it comes with the territory of "Anonymous Lurkers".

>> No.40717347

>>40715705
>There are millions of poverty stricken magicall gifted people who do not possess the same opportunities and resources as you do
who do you think we're advocating rights and such for?

Also, anyone has the spark, and anybody can learn to perform alchemy, herbalism, or the like without magical talent.

Also, village magic users who perform rituals and healings and such are the ones hurt most by expensive prices and lack of protection.

And I don't know where you're from, but we don't have a benefit plan, and in some areas magic users are persecuted. We're not all from idealistic magical realms, after all.

>> No.40717389

>>40717347
>alchemy, herbalism,
But those aren't magical pursuits
Those are scientific pursuits

>> No.40717850

Good afternoon, everyone.

>>40717389
While I agree with you that herbalism isn't really magical, Alchemy is definitely magical. While it is a more scientific field of magic, we still do not quite understand how certain potions do certain things.

Take, for example, the Greater Healing Potion. We know what magical compounds are needed to make it, but we don't quite know how it heals, because it usually works much to fast for us to make observations.

>> No.40717957

>>40704370
Could you guys please add Quest in the title so it gets filtered with the rest? Thanks.

>> No.40717975

>>40717957
Why don't you do it yourself, nigger

>> No.40717999

>>40717975
I...
What?
How would he do that?

>> No.40718116

>>40717999
With trips, obviously.

>> No.40718213

Slow day.

>> No.40718221

>>40718116
>>40717975

As a member of the Parliament, I would hope you would you better language than that. Remember who you represent.

>> No.40718291

As a smutquest QM, I feel I need political representation. How can I join Knights of the Magical Realm?

>> No.40718503

>>40718221
Of course.

>> No.40718639

>>40718291
Put [Knights of the Magical Realm] in your trip, put your name on the registry (http://tg-parliament.wikia.com/wiki/Knights_of_the_Magical_Realm), and wait until tomorrow when you can claim an actually open seat.

>> No.40718831

>>40718639
Wouldn't the seats technically open after roll call ends?
Want to give current seat holders time to claim them.

>> No.40718855

>>40718831
I believe that every seat opens, and then as people post they fill them back out.
Though, I may be entirely wrong.

>> No.40718939

Hey alf do you have the text of my proposed bill, it was related to mineral rights and stuff like that.

>> No.40719058

>>40718639
Alright. Free smut and fuck /pol/ this party was made for me.

>> No.40719078

I'm officially announcing my dedication to the SPOOKY party!

Thank you mr skeletal

>> No.40719112

Are my brethren on???

>> No.40719134

>>40719078

Welcome! Add yourself to the Unseated section on our wiki, and be sure to show up for roll call tomorrow!

>> No.40719169

>>40719134
Already added myself, what time is roll call usually?

>> No.40719188

>>40719169

It is all day tomorrow. Just make sure to check in, and if there are seats open you'll get one.

>> No.40719190

>>40719169
Its whenever on sunday

>> No.40719199

>>40719188
>>40719190
Thank you friends.

>> No.40720102

>>40718855
That method could allow for pushing out seated MPs who simply are unavailable when roll call starts.
It makes more sense that the roll call allows seated members to keep their seats, then once that's over, it's a first com first serve.

What does everyone think?

>> No.40720347

>>40720102

Perhaps in future weeks this day could be used for the bloomin' rolecall, allowin' Sundays to be all about the political horsetradin' as parties scramble to get their new intake onta the empty seats, and parties below the three seat limit on Saturday get ta try an' draw in enough defectors/new blood to keep 'emselves as going concerns?

>> No.40720460

I have awoken

>> No.40720900

>>40715705
Oh, also, we're trying to get a few universities started. What are you doing to try to solve the problem of social inequality? Still trying to save princesses? :^)

>> No.40720935

>>40720900
Oh, you guys are working on an education program as well?

Niiiice! We should coordinate our efforts.

>> No.40720972

So do parliament seats actually mean anything? Can we influence janitor/mod rulings as to what is and isn't traditional games?

>> No.40721011

>>40720900
>>40720935
Well, to be fair, I do work at my guild, which is kind of like a university. We teach plenty of people, and I like to think I do a pretty good job at teaching the few students I get.

>> No.40721442

It has come to the attention of the Galactic Empire that there is a lack of TRADITIONAL GAMES within our lands.

Therefore, the Galactic Empire proposes that:

1) Construction begin immediately on Friendly Local Gaming Stores in every major city on /tg/. These stores will be ownred, run and staffed by locals.

2) The establishment of a /tg/ regional office of Fantasy Flight Games, the single most based traditional gaming company in all of existence.

3) The immediate construction of a factory to produce Fantasy Flight Games products locally within /tg/, creating jobs and ensuring that our citizens do not have to wait months longer than is fair for the latest in /tg/ related products. The Galactic Empire suggests that this factory be placed along the river to take advantage of hydroelectric power.

4) The construction of an independent commission for ecological preservation to ensure this and future construction projects do not produce irreparable environmental damage or pollution. As we industrialize, we must take care not to destroy the very board that we represent.

The Galactic Empire is more than happy to answer any questions about our bill, and make amendments to it if necessary.

>> No.40721649

>>40721442
Where were you guys when I had to wait half an eternity for the Tome of Decay?

Also, seconding this.

>> No.40721677

>>40721649
We were far, far away.

>> No.40721791

>>40721442
Well, if it makes the people happier and more likely to leave me alone, I suppose I can support that.

>> No.40721820

>>40721791
You kidding dawg? The moment Wave II comes out for Armada, I'm likely to disappear without a trace.

My glorious Star Destroyers <3

>> No.40721831

>>40721442

Thirded, with with the adding of the clause of a mandatory lowering of all GW prices.

>> No.40721855

>>40721831
...Why the fuck didn't I think of that?

Adding that shit now. Being an Aussie is suffering. I remember when a tank was 40 bucks. Now it's a full $100.

>> No.40721889

>>40721855

Try being a kiwi! 120$ for a basilisk, last time I checked.

>> No.40721920

>>40721889
Yeah, the kiwis get shafted even more than we do.

I would say a mandatory 'fair price' act, along with setting up a GW factory in /tg/ so they can't whine about paying too much for shipping and running at a loss should be sufficient. Hell, this is practically an act in its own right.

>> No.40722069

>>40721920

Okay, forget adding it as a clause. I propose it as a bill in its own right!

The Fair Price act, to be put in effect immediatly should it be passed, enacts a mandatory lowering of all Games Workshop prices within the lands of /tg/. Prices would be lowered by at least 55%, to be more reasonable and new-hobbyist friendly. And as Moff Wibbles said, I propose adding a GW factory in said lands of /tg/ to reduce shipping and/or transport costs.

I believe this act is to the obvious benefit of everybody. Thank you for your consideration, ladies, gentlemen and undead.

>> No.40722084

>>40722069
Seconded! GW are not as based as FFG, but all citizens deserve the freedom to choose what game to play.

>> No.40722390

>>40722084
C'mon guys, needs one more to go on the wiki. Anyone else want fair GW prices?

(Means cheaper citadel paints too, y'all)

>> No.40722469

>>40722069
I doesn't play GW games, but as a proponent of free trades, I thinks I can, on behalf of my party, thirds dis.

>> No.40722476

>>40722469
Adding it on the wiki now.

>> No.40723026

>>40717347
>Also, anyone has the spark, and anybody can learn to perform alchemy, herbalism, or the like without magical talent.

You are excluding sentient beings who derive their life from a purely mechanical or mundane nature, they inherently do not possess the means to cast magic.

And all the other pursuits you have mentioned require magical components or years of dedicated study. Again have said the market for herbal medicines and alchemy are over saturated markets, why would a guild or company hire a fresh graduate when there are Herbalists and Alchemists with centuries of experience and expertise willing to take the entry positions?

We have a lack of artificers, enchanters and on trade battle mages, druids, clerics, hedge mages and shamans, yet most if not all graduated mages, wizards and sorcerers are not trained nor qualified to do these lesser yet vital magical positions.

>Also, village magic users who perform rituals and healings and such are the ones hurt most by expensive prices and lack of protection.

And a protective tariff on imported spell components and materials will only excavate matters even worse.

>And I don't know where you're from, but we don't have a benefit plan, and in some areas magic users are persecuted. We're not all from idealistic magical realms, after all.

Then it is fairly apparent that the idealistic magical realm model should be adapted and implemented everywhere in a reasonable and timely manner.

>> No.40723184

>>40723026
Idealism is all well and good, but it must be grounded in reality. In some places, said persecution is entirely necessary.

Have you looked up the threats that psykers face every day, and the dangers they pose to literally everyone around them, whether they will it or not?

Giving a psyker the same freedoms as everyone else is courting disaster on an interplanetary scale.

Sometimes, the sacrifice of freedoms is necessary for the safety of all.

>> No.40723361

>>40723184
>Sometimes, the sacrifice of freedoms is necessary for the safety of all.

It is narrow minded to suggest that one must sacrifice in order to ensure the security and well-being of society and the state itself.

There are healthier alternative measures such investing more on education and awareness campaigns teaching psykers how to use their powers responsibly, how the warp in the long run will lead them to ruination and how the Chaos gods derive their power from your basest emotions.

In fact this is the main reason why the Horus Heresy occurred, the Emperor intentionally hid key pieces of important information about the warp and the Chaos gods from his own children in fear that the information will corrupt them and tragically the opposite occurred, the lack of understanding and bewilderment allowed half of the primarchs to stumble and fall from grace.

This is why I advocate for openness and transparency, so another Horus heresy does not happen again.

>> No.40723498

>>40723026
If I may answer on his behalf

>You are excluding sentient beings who derive their life from a purely mechanical or mundane nature, they inherently do not possess the means to cast magic.

In that case, you are talking about golems, who are beings created to do a specific task with only a minimal amount of intelligence usually granted to them. the decision of giving them the ability to cast magic lies solely with their creator. Besides, golems don't have free will, and don't have the capacity to care whether or not they are represented.

>And all the other pursuits you have mentioned require magical components or years of dedicated study. Again have said the market for herbal medicines and alchemy are over saturated markets, why would a guild or company hire a fresh graduate when there are Herbalists and Alchemists with centuries of experience and expertise willing to take the entry positions?

Because the market isn't as over saturated as you think. The demand for potions is incredibly high. And I'm sure that the head Alchemist of a guild would love to hire on a competent apprentice to keep up with the demands. I know I do.

>We have a lack of artificers, enchanters and on trade battle mages, druids, clerics, hedge mages and shamans, yet most if not all graduated mages, wizards and sorcerers are not trained nor qualified to do these lesser yet vital magical positions.

Well, for one thing, Artificery is a very complicated field of study, requiring applicants to be adept with mechanics as well as magic, which is a lot to ask of some apprentices so they tend to shy away from that field.

Enchanters is actually an over saturated market, because most enchanted stuff is meant to last a long time without breaking, so people tend to pass down their enchanted items to their kids and stuff like that.

Cont. 1/2

>> No.40723500

>>40723026
Again, your realm, not mine. Most low power spellcasters can only cast a spell or two, and usually it takes tedious memorization and consultation. Which is why we want to open up an education program. To give opportunities to those who cannot afford the time to study the arcane arts. And to my knowledge, we have no mechanical/mundane beings that have sentience, and if we DID, they are able to fight for their rights in a court of law.

>> No.40723513

>>40723498
There are plenty of on trade battle mages, it's just that you don't see them out and about because most of them are hired by the local king and live on his property in case it is attacked.

Druids and clerics are not technically under our purview, as those are divine casters, not arcane casters. They get their powers from either nature or from their gods, not by using their own innate magical power or wisdom.

Hedge mages and shamans are basically different words for druids, and like I said, they are divine casters.

And mages, wizards and sorcerers aren't trained to do the jobs of divine casters, which is mostly healing. Mostly because they didn't sign up to do that. If they wanted to be healers, they would have learned to be clerics or druids instead.

>Then it is fairly apparent that the idealistic magical realm model should be adapted and implemented everywhere in a reasonable and timely manner.

I can tell you right off the bat that is an impossible task. Idealism only leads to failure, you sometimes have to compromise. Some people just hate magic users, end of story, and we can't make them change their minds. Well, we technically could, but I think that's illegal or something like that.

>> No.40723526

>>40723500
forgot to tag. Also, craftsmen mages are plentiful, each village has at least one or two druids, clerics, shamans, and large cities have a multitude of these craftsmen, as their services are highly in demand.

>> No.40723811

>>40723498
>In that case, you are talking about golems, who are beings created to do a specific task with only a minimal amount of intelligence usually granted to them. the decision of giving them the ability to cast magic lies solely with their creator. Besides, golems don't have free will, and don't have the capacity to care whether or not they are represented.

From my understanding golems are merely shells who derive their life from enslaved or indentured earth elementals. Do they have the meaningful capacity to think and inherently have an free will, their creators simply oppresses those sentient qualities.

>Because the market isn't as over saturated as you think. The demand for potions is incredibly high. And I'm sure that the head Alchemist of a guild would love to hire on a competent apprentice to keep up with the demands. I know I do.

Depends on the potency of the potion, the vast majority of them on the market are diluted and only offer minor effects in very short duration, the stronger the potency the greater the cost of distillation for purity, and waste of base magical components, do not think that I Voltaire, aristocrat extraordinaire is ignorant in such endeavors.

And again why would you a graduate when there are much more experience unemployed alchemists and herbalists fighting for the same position?

>Well, for one thing, Artificery is a very complicated field of study, requiring applicants to be adept with mechanics as well as magic, which is a lot to ask of some apprentices so they tend to shy away from that field.

I personally blame popular media, for decades they captured the public's imagination on the daily and erroneously thrilling life of a wizard or sorcerer.

>> No.40723963

>>40723361
So you think it narrow-minded to say that every citizen has a responsibility to not risk the life and limb of those around them?

That is is narrow-minded to take into account the fact that there are some magical abilities and disciplines that are inherently destructive in nature, or by their very use takes away the agency of others? (Examples: Drain life spells, geas/dominate, daemonic possession).

Magic is by its very nature something that is easy to weaponise, and is not something a person can simply leave at home until it is needed. Should we allow our mundane citizens to carry around flamethrowers, mind-control devices and nuclear weapons without restriction or regulation?

Because if not, you are simply being hypocritical, advocating for some to be armed and some to not. And if so, well, down that path madness and mutually assured destruction lies.

Magic is by its nature a weapon.

As for education: Do you really think that education will protect a magic user from a demon or a hypnotic/mind control specialist that is simply stronger? Not all are born with equal talent, and knowing the dangers simply doesn't make you immune to them. I know exactly how a turbolaser works. If someone fires one at me, I am still exactly as dead as if I didn't know what tibanna gas was.

>>40723498
There are, in fact, people without the spark. In the Galactic Empire, the potential for supernatural talent is so rare that at the height of the Republic, there were only 10,000 Jedi Knights, and that was a system where the government was in full support of them.

...And were later betrayed for their trust. But that's another matter.

The Imperium of Man has peoples whom are so non-magical by nature, they are not only immune to it, but their very presence is harmful to those with the spark.

To say that you represent all peoples because all peoples have the spark is not only ignorant, it is insulting.

>> No.40724057

>>40723513
>I can tell you right off the bat that is an impossible task. Idealism only leads to failure, you sometimes have to compromise.

THIS! A million times this. The Galactic Republic was idealistic, and not only did it break under the weight of its own corruption, it was betrayed by its own equivalent to a mage's guild and those with freedom and money attempted to take everything from those without.

Yes, we must all make sacrifices, because we all have a responsibility for and a duty to those around us. I'm glad that you understand this.

The Empire does not hate magic users. It fears them.

With very good reason, might I add.

>> No.40724108

>>40723811
>Enchanters is actually an over saturated market, because most enchanted stuff is meant to last a long time without breaking, so people tend to pass down their enchanted items to their kids and stuff like that.

Again, it depends on your target demographic I can tell from your presumptions that you are more comfortable with rich patrons who can afford the permanency, that market is over saturated.

There is a much larger untapped market of cheap disposable temporary enchantments and I aim to capitalize that market with my Voltaire Vesper™ brand.

>Druids and clerics are not technically under our purview, as those are divine casters, not arcane casters. They get their powers from either nature or from their gods, not by using their own innate magical power or wisdom.

>Hedge mages and shamans are basically different words for druids, and like I said, they are divine casters.

Then it is a problem that needs to be solved, why don't they have proper representation in the Coalition?

>And mages, wizards and sorcerers aren't trained to do the jobs of divine casters, which is mostly healing. Mostly because they didn't sign up to do that. If they wanted to be healers, they would have learned to be clerics or druids instead.

This is a stereotype of divine castors that I must reprimand, they do far more then simply heal and mend wounds, they are consultants to gods, spirits and anything demonic or angelic, and it is through their consultation that weather is predicted and controlled, natural disaster avoided or harnessed and accurate and erudite knowledge lost in ages passed recovered and relearned. To allocate their worth and use to simply healers is a ignorant decision that could be the different of bankruptcy and enormous profit margins, I should know with Voltaire Vision™, my very successful scrying and divination brand, Voltaire Vestige™ my archaeological and spectral R&R and tourism brand, and Voltaire Vi™ my natural disaster consultation firm.

>> No.40724314

>>40723963
This coming from a representative that has a enormous WMD grade laser pointed at us overhead?

With legions of storm troopers, fighters, armored divisions and mechanized infantry at its beck and call?

Tell me, are these weapons and soldiers meant to protect us from ourselves or protect you from us?

But I digress, yes magic is dangerous, but just like any implement, it is a tool nothing more and nothing less. This is why I advocate for education to promote a magic culture of responsible magicians, psions and warlocks.

>As for education: Do you really think that education will protect a magic user from a demon or a hypnotic/mind control specialist that is simply stronger? Not all are born with equal talent, and knowing the dangers simply doesn't make you immune to them. I know exactly how a turbolaser works. If someone fires one at me, I am still exactly as dead as if I didn't know what tibanna gas was.

Yes, because when you foster trust between the state and people, you do not need to fear them and treat them like terrorists, they will work and serve you willingly for their happiness and future security is guaranteed and they are well informed and educated in the use and control of their abilities.

>> No.40724420

I am here my brothers!

>> No.40724428

>>40723811
No no, golems have little to nothing in common with earth elementals. Golems are animated using magic, mostly ritual magic that keeps gathering magic from the environment. They are basically robots. They live to do work and to try to stop them would be cruel, because you deny them their purpose. I should know, I have an advanced golem that works as my maid, and when she has no work to do, she is goes into a sleep like state to safe energy.

As for the potions, it sound to me like you have a bunch of shitty alchemists trying to make more money. I never dilute my mixture unless absolutely necessary, like if the concentrated solution will kill you in the most painful way imaginable.

And like I said, I would hire them because I need to keep up with demand. I may be amazing at everything I do, but I am just one woman. I need talented people to help with supply.

And you have no idea how complicated artificery is today. I bet you would take one look at the inside of my maid golem's chest compartment and wonder how the hell she works. It's an array of circuits and gears and whatnot.

>>40723963
>>40724057
I don't believe I said that everyone has a spark, but I might be mistaken. I have a tendency to talk a mile a minute so I sometimes say things I don't mean to. But it's true, not everyone has this spark. As I have stated, I don't have it, but I'm still considered to be one of the most powerful mage's of my world, because I use a form of magic that doesn't require my own internal magic.

And you only need to fear magic users if you anger them. Just don't be stupid enough to anger them and you should be fine. If you are stupid enough to anger them, then obviously natural selection has decided you have to go.

>>40724108
You can get into the market of temporary enchantments if you want, but I can bet it's not going to go very well, because most people expect enchantments to be permanent or at least last for a very long time.

>> No.40724451

>>40724428
And I, for one, refuse to associate with divine casters, mostly because we don't get along because I want all the gods dead. Those bastards never did a damn thing for me and I'm more then certain that they intentionally fuck with me.

>> No.40724839

>>40724428
>No no, golems have little to nothing in common with earth elementals. Golems are animated using magic, mostly ritual magic that keeps gathering magic from the environment. They are basically robots. They live to do work and to try to stop them would be cruel

It is no fault of mine, that you possess such an limited and narrow minded definition of an golem, there many kinds and many myriad of ways of how they are made, to suggest that there is only one true framework of methodologies is a disease of a stubborn and backward mind.

>As for the potions, it sound to me like you have a bunch of shitty alchemists trying to make more money. I never dilute my mixture unless absolutely necessary

Again you think too much inside the Pandora's box, dilution is necessary to add multiple simultaneous and different effects to one dosage, in doing so create an elaborate and enticing experience, the one who can capitalize and create the greatest transmogrification experience will reap in greatest profits.

Your traditional alchemic market is only a few hundred million dollar industry hindered by eons of tradition and customs has no room for furthur growth. On the other hand, my new transmogrification chimera formulas will guarantee my dominance in the growing multi billion dollar entertainment industry. The duration of such potions will be short, sweet and to the point, allowing for a higher turn over rate and increased demand and hence higher profit margins.

>And like I said, I would hire them because I need to keep up with demand. I may be amazing at everything I do, but I am just one woman. I need talented people to help with supply.

Good I like this attitude, you hire the inexperienced graduate interns, while I incorporate the more expensive talent as valuable business partners to develop my alchemic formulas.

>> No.40725169

>>40724839
>And you have no idea how complicated artificery is today. I bet you would take one look at the inside of my maid golem's chest compartment and wonder how the hell she works. It's an array of circuits and gears and whatnot.

Then simplify and change the entire paradigm, there is too much bloat in artifice design these days, the most robust and well known legacy designs we have today function more like Rube Goldberg machines then reliable working marketable platforms.

Instead of combining analog clockwork and digital design frameworks focus on only one, digital circuitry, instead of endlessly adding vestigial add-ons that serve no purpose, strip the design down to the fewest moving parts, instead of incorporating multiple power sources complicating construction and maintenance have only one, that make that power source as reliable as possible even if we have to sacrifice performance.

Artificers these days have no concept of sound economical principles of design.

>You can get into the market of temporary enchantments if you want, but I can bet it's not going to go very well, because most people expect enchantments to be permanent or at least last for a very long time.

Again different demographic, different market different mindset.

>> No.40725229

>>40724108
>>40725169

Its called the coalition of arcane arts and not the coalition of magic so that we can include shamans, hedge mages, and such.

Get off your high horse. In the real world, idealism is simply a waste of time, effort, and money. Giving potions longer lasting effects grants diminishing returns, and golems are created using magic to input protocols and processes, and behavioral orders into an inanimate being. Similar to these things called... computers... I believe.

Temporary enchantments are complete shite for anything except children's toys. You keep insisting we're trying to create an elitist class division, when you're clearly trying to push your own products and agenda. Go away, shill.

>> No.40725299

>>40724839
Bah, using potions to try and add new features is a very dangerous game. You have no idea how those kinds of potions are going to interact with an individual, and I can guarantee that it will backfire on you.

Also, if you need to combine several mixtures together to get multiple effect, then you are doing something very wrong and are most likely wasting resources.

As for the talent, I take in all kinds, because I am my world's foremost master of Alchemy, as I have been perfecting my craft for millennia. So the most talented usually come to me first in hopes of learning my methods. And to find my recipe for Immortality, but I keep telling them that it won't do them any good, because the ingredients don't exist anymore.

Besides, I mostly do this for fun and not so much for profit, because I have a stockpile of treasures from my days of adventuring in my lair.

>>40725169
Don't talk to me about artificery, because I have no idea how she works. But based on the fact that she looks exactly like a human, I would say that her designer did very well with her and he knows exactly what he was doing. Hell, I'm not even sure she has gears, I'm just guessing because I know more about gears then anything else, especially this fancy circuitry and what not.

And I will bet 3 Ethereal Diamonds that your temporary enchantment idea will fail.

>> No.40725448

>>40725169
>>40725299
Not all of us live in idealized realms full of pansies, after all :^)

They probably just generate some psy field that makes all this swill work for them because they're so magical and naive and idealistic.

>> No.40725588

>>40724451
Again it is no skin graft off my back for those who do not take every possible advantage offered by the multiverse.

>>40725229
>Its called the coalition of arcane arts and not the coalition of magic so that we can include shamans, hedge mages, and such.

All I am implying is they need fair representation as well, if you deny magic users that do not fit in with your narrow definition, that is essentially elitism by exclusion.

>Get off your high horse. In the real world, idealism is simply a waste of time, effort, and money.

Good I have all three in spades.

>Temporary enchantments are complete shite for anything except children's toys. You keep insisting we're trying to create an elitist class division, when you're clearly trying to push your own products and agenda. Go away, shill.

Temporary enchantments have the added benefit of being weak in potency and thus allowing multiple enchantments to work simultaneously. I sacrifice longevity for performance and there is a growing market for more much more potent but temporary enchantments from several weaker and simple prefabriacted ones stacked and networked on top of each other in my patented fractal model based on reliable and proven leyline rune principles at a fraction of the traditional fee.

The only way to survive and grow in this modern economy is to innovate and mass produce or be left behind.

>>40725448
It take a strong man to realize his limitations, it takes a stronger man to realize his ideals.

>> No.40725618

Roguish member of the Adventuring Party checking in.

>> No.40725736

>>40725588
I'll have you know the instant I get a god killing weapon, I plan on having a good old fashioned rampage through my own world to kill each one of those assholes.

>It take a strong man to realize his limitations, it takes a stronger man to realize his ideals.
Then you must be the weakest man ever, because you certainly don't realize either of them.

>> No.40725809

>>40725736
>I'll have you know the instant I get a god killing weapon, I plan on having a good old fashioned rampage through my own world to kill each one of those assholes.

At the end your efforts will be inconsequential, but nonetheless in good faith and will I wish you best of luck as a member of this parliament.

>Then you must be the weakest man ever, because you certainly don't realize either of them.
Ad hominem point of abuse.

>> No.40725927

I like where this discussion has gone, and how it has been going. I have been away for most of the day but I have had my wisps keeping me informed. Now I feel I can contribute to the discussion and offer ideas and counterpoints.

>>40724428

> If you are stupid enough to anger them, then obviously natural selection has decided you have to go.

This part has me bothered somewhat. While I know what you mean, the words you have used don't accurately display your meaning. Should I not offend a wizard by his weird shoes or way of dress? not that I would, but this line of the reasoning says that I should always be fearful of the magic user as they should have no recourse for their action. The idea that "Oh, well a WIZARD smote you? Well obviously you deserved it." is not something I agree with. Wizards and magic users should be held accountable for their actions much like everyone else would. I am sure the Coalition would see to this and, I'm not doubting their capability of holding those accountable to their actions.

As for this potions debate, I cannot help you as I'm not too familiar with the art of alchemy, nor with golem construction however...

>>40725299

Spooky does pride itself in making, or finding, raw materials as a main export. While I am sure, you have checked but if I may look over the list and see if Spooky has way of procuring said reagents. If not, perhaps I could aid in growing or bringing an extinct species back to life. We, in Spooky, have a lot to offer those in the magical world.

>> No.40725971

>>40725299

This reference was to this part:

>And to find my recipe for Immortality, but I keep telling them that it won't do them any good, because the ingredients don't exist anymore.

>> No.40726013

As I understand it, everybody innately has a spark, but many have mental/psychological barriers that prevent them from accessing it.

>> No.40726093

>>40725971
Oh no, the ingredients involved the one of the kind Giant creatures, Behemoth of the land, Leviathan of the sea, and Ziz of the air. and the parts in the that were needed were extremely small so they only really made enough for one person. Which was me of course.

>>40726013
I don't have a spark of magic, and I do believe it is entirely the fault of the gods, because they just love to fuck with me. Even when I choose a body specifically because it has a lot of magic in it, the moment I get my soul inside it the magic vanishes, as I'm sure the gods are snickering from their planes and what not.

>> No.40726223

>>40726093
What type of plane do they fly?

>> No.40726291

>>40726093

Ah I see. As I said, Spooky prides itself in raw materials. Be it minerals from one of our mines, soul stones from one of our necromancers, planets and fungi from our forests, or even some of our workforce or our knowledge or magics. Spooky is always interested and happy to work with those that have interests that are aligned with ours.

>> No.40726366

>>40726223
I mean a plane of existence, you silly child. You see, the gods think they are too good for the mortal plane, so they saw fit to create their own planes to look down on the mortal plane from.

>>40726291
No need for that, thank you. I have no use for minerals and stones, and I have my own grand greenhouse that I use to grow all of my plant and fungal ingredients. And I always gather the animal parts myself, as I do enjoy a good hunt.

>> No.40726419

>>40726366

But certainly not all magic users are as well off as you are, are they? I was talking to you as a future member of the coalition for magic users.

>> No.40726424

>>40726291
Are you interested in a proposition Haunted Tree?

I wish to establish a conservation on your forests and necromantic wildlife so they are not exploited or abused and to conduct further research on their properties?

In return you have have access to any data and result my R%D firms have collected.

>> No.40726442

>>40726419
You should talk to them, as I have no interest in them. Besides, if they have less access, I have a bigger slice of the market, so that's fine with me.

>> No.40726482

>>40726419
I will be open to discussion once we have acquired our seats post-roll call.

>> No.40726533

Might as well create a trip before the roll call

>> No.40726552

>>40726533
>arcana

shit

>> No.40726569

>>40716027
NEW
FUCKING
MEMBERRRR!!!!!!!

>> No.40726606

>>40726482

Ah, it seems if I wish to discuss trade between our two parties and our lands, I should talk to you then. Yes, I do hope you get enough people as it sounds like your cause is worthy and we could accomplish much.

>>40726424

Thank you for the sentiments, but we already have quite the protection of our forests. The wild pyromancer we experienced some time ago was a hiccup. Our wisps, and Death Knights that are trained in the anti-magic arts, took him down without too much trouble. Though he wrought quite the wound, it can be healed and mended.

Perhaps we can reach another agreement, however. I do have several strains of this "Marijuana" plant that was legalized by the Parliment not too long ago. I am assured by my specialists that is quite "dank" and my scare-ticians tell me it is "Spooky enough to put our name on."

>> No.40726638

>>40726552
Excellent, now we will have 3 members on roll call

>> No.40726645

>>40726569
>>40716027
Found my trip.
Still excited.

>fangirling over my own party intensifies

>> No.40726695

>>40726638
That's enough to officially form a party, right?

>> No.40726711

>>40726695
Yes!

>> No.40726750

>>40726638
>>40726695
We had 2 confirmed and one tenative join, but this locks us in, I believe. Welcome to the coalition, brother.

>> No.40726775

>>40726606
>Perhaps we can reach another agreement, however. I do have several strains of this "Marijuana" plant that was legalized by the Parliment not too long ago. I am assured by my specialists that is quite "dank" and my scare-ticians tell me it is "Spooky enough to put our name on."

Yes the Whores and Weed act was a most popular bill, supported by most if not all the Spooky party for its pro-fun stance.

Perhaps I may interest you in a joint research venture to develop more potent spooky marijuana variants and to market it as a recreational drug across all Voltaire Ventures® affiliated channels?

I am very interested in how your necromantic ecosystems seems to regulate negative energy output and input to a steady and sustainable state, the research itself can lead breakthroughs in negative energy recycling arcanotechnologies.

Of course all profits split and shared, we keep 25% and you 75%. And any research that results can be accessed fully by our two parties.

>> No.40726817

>>40726775
shill please go

>> No.40726875

>>40726817
This research can reverse negative energy pollution and make once desolate lands fertile again, it will benefit peoples of all social and economical spectrums. Not to mention find ways to maintain the forests' health when life energy becomes too abundant.

Are you so insular in your magical practices that you must delay the march of progress?

>> No.40726900

>>40726875
No, I'm just not a sellout :^)

>> No.40726957

>>40726900
Decry me as much as you will Titus Proudmoore, I aim to better the people in whatever capability and amplitude I may possess.

It is makes me a sellout, so be it.

>> No.40726972

Does roll call start in 1 hour and 11 minutes?

>> No.40726990

>>40726775

Well a more spooky variant after the third line in the strain would leave the person catatonic in horror, and I feel that would negatively effect the sales.

And while I'm not so sure about all of the arcane mumbo-jumbo, I would be more classified as a "druid" if you had to. I do not speak in arcanic words, mostly the words of the forest. I "speak" to the trees and the plants. They will grow how they want to but...it's like the Parliament: an agreement can be made. Some are more eager than others, and others...well others I just don't bother with any more. It is a fruitless endeavour.

I don't think I could allow you to study our forests, due to the last pyromancer incident, most plant life is, well, skiddish around magic users. Crushing would happen, and they would become violent and angry if you tried to defend yourself against them since they were just trying to defend themselves against you. I could talk to the forest, but they are slow moving. Rooted in their ways and in their mindset. I will see what I can do about setting up an "example" of our ecosystems on the side. I cannot guarantee I could reach anything on the scale of the forest itself, but I will try.

>> No.40727028

>>40726875
you do realize undead thrive on negative energy, right? And most of the spooky part is undead, so i think they are happy with their negative energy. Also, recycling negative energy? There is nothing to recycle, you moron.

>> No.40727059

>>40726972
Yes

>> No.40727179

>>40726990
>I don't think I could allow you to study our forests, due to the last pyromancer incident, most plant life is, well, skiddish around magic users. Crushing would happen, and they would become violent and angry if you tried to defend yourself against them since they were just trying to defend themselves against you

Understandable I won't rush you so hastily to a decision.

>I could talk to the forest, but they are slow moving. Rooted in their ways and in their mindset. I will see what I can do about setting up an "example" of our ecosystems on the side. I cannot guarantee I could reach anything on the scale of the forest itself, but I will try.

That is more then I can ask for. Thank you Haunted Tree.

>Well a more spooky variant after the third line in the strain would leave the person catatonic in horror, and I feel that would negatively effect the sales.

There is old joke among my circle of friends, that for every ridiculous and insane service or product offered, the world will produce an even more ridiculous and insane person to consume it.

I hope it is not too trouble to offer the less spooky variants on the current market as it stands?

>> No.40727231

>>40724839
>On the other hand, my new transmogrification chimera formulas will guarantee my dominance in the growing multi billion dollar entertainment industry. The duration of such potions will be short, sweet and to the point, allowing for a higher turn over rate and increased demand and hence higher profit margins.
Shit nigga, you a drug dealer
Like this is the very definition of how drug dealing works
Crack, cocaine, your drugs, they all work under the same principle

>> No.40727287

>>40727179

But of course. I'm not sure if you were around for the other discussion on the topic but I will describe the three strains that I tinkered with and perfected:

1. Just Spooky Enough. For the beginner spooky weed smoker. Gives them a bit of a spook but definitely not so much that they wouldn't enjoy the effects of the weed. 25% spook, and 75% weed.

2. 2Spooky4Me: Stronger variant of the first strain, scaring is more intense with the drop to ease and relax the user being gradual so that they may will enjoy their Doritos. 50% Spooky, 50% Weed.

3. 3Spooky5Me: Strongest strain of weed that will ramp up quickly to the spook and scare then, drop down and leave the imbiber with a long enough high to enjoy themselves and the horror that they wished.

I would like to note that the scare that is induced will not leave the person to have PTSD or any other negative psychological effects. Think of it as a roller coaster. This weed offers a thrill, and will cause long lasting damage. My "experts" have "tested" it many times and have assured me on this.

>> No.40727342

>>40727287

Ah, I forgot to add that the 3rd strain is 75% spook and 25% weed. I've found that in higher doses the spook becomes too strong and that the effects of the spook become irreversible. If others take it upon themselves to make a spookier weed, they do so at their own discretion against my advisement. Spooky does not take responsibility for anything above a 75% spook content, and if there is any debate, bring the weed to me and I shall test it myself.

>> No.40727387

>>40726482
Mr. Proudmoore your cause intrigues me and, as a lover of the arcane arts, seems to me a worthy pursuit. Where do I sign?

>> No.40727486

>>40727028
When negative energy makes contact with pure positive energy, they annihilate each other to produce thermal energy, the applications of such a powerful principle can reshape society as we know it, eliminate poverty and provide almost unlimited wealth and prosperity to everyone. Think of the possibilities.

Necromantic plants naturally take up negative energy within its body, and steadily release and and re-uptake it to regulate balance within a necromantic ecosystem. My first goals is to understand the regulatory mechanisms to so we can apply it and further protect the spooky forests and clean up negative energy polluted regions.

>>40727287
Unfortunately I was away on business when the topic came up, I thank you for reiterating.

The first strain can be marketed to the casual one shot use consumer base as a "light" variant, while the second strain can be marketed to the the massive young adult demographic as a "regular" variant.

The third strain will be reserved for the hardcore demographic as a "Extra Strength" variant, it will cost slightly more to buy due to the smaller size of its audience.

>> No.40727572

>Immortal
>The very best at alchemy
>Amazing at everything you do
>Incredibly powerful
>The ability to change forms/bodies whenever
Ehh
I mean no offense Lupa
But this is Mary-Sue

>> No.40727623

>>40727486

Heh, no need to go into the details of your business there. I'll be the producer and you can be the seller. However, I would appreciate it if you could try it or have someone you trust try it out to see if it something you'd truly be interested in selling. As a show of good faith to your customers.

>> No.40727809

>>40727486
Hey, you know who's great at cleaning up negative energy? Paladins. And they often do it for free.

>>40727572
>Immortal only in her original body, and only gained said immortality at the age of 55, so she wasn't exactly beautiful.
>Because of her extreme vanity, came up with a method to make it so she could move her soul into another body. This method is very involved, requires the living body of someone else, and a piece of her soul needs to be put into that body. However, these bodies are not immortal, so they will eventually die of old age or can be killed.
>These bodies also have a limit to how much power can be put into them, otherwise they burn out a whole lot quicker, so she has to choose between power and longevity.
>Is a Master in a few set of fields, mostly because of her long age, but is also unable to do a lot of things. As stated, she is not an artificer and can not make a golem. The golem maid she mentioned earlier was made by someone else. Also, she can not cast magic and is very much annoyed by this fact. Also, terribly afraid of ghosts.
>While she can switch between her bodies as she pleases, none of them are really more powerful then the rest, they just look different. Also, she can not change their form on the fly, that is an involved process that can not be done outside a controlled environment.
>On top of that, she is incredibly lazy and mostly just threatens people and rarely does anything herself.
I have thought long and hard on how to balance her out.

>> No.40727897

>>40727809
You do realize the main point of this game is running a parliament?
Not being a super cool power character

>> No.40727985

>>40727897
Yes I do. at most, Lupa is here just to look out for her own interests and to argue with people. Think of her as one of very old members of any form of government that somehow continues to hold office, most likely because he has the money and power to make a good campaign, even though a lot of their opinions are old, antiquated, and unpopular, and who doesn't actually have a lot of friends. She's the annoying side of politics, if you will.

>> No.40728067

>>40727623
I always sample my products personally dear friend, I stake my name on quality and excellence!

>Smokes a blunt of strain 1

Hmmm, I feel a chill down my spine, something something crawling within my skin giving me goosebumps, is it cold in here or is it just the giraffes monopolizing the air conditions again?

Its always those crafty craft giraffes, one of these days I will find evidence of their scandalous transactions, fraud and embezzling. They can never never be trust! Mark my words!

>Smokes blunt of strain 2

S-something's watching me with eyeless sockets, black as night and pitch as day, static static everywhere and not a drop to drink!

A sharp pain in my back, assassins! Giraffe assassin they're always there in the darkness, watching, waiting, always waiting for the perfect moment to strike! Crafty crafty giraffes, slick and sly as a ham on rye!

Hmmmm ham on rye, better order one when I stop being high!

>Smokes blunt of strain 3

The faces.... the faces within the black sun! A broken crown a for the prodigal son! Who seats up high and rules below, a curse a whistle a deafening blow! A leak of, a grin of cracks, fills his mouths a sinner's cask!

The faces! They never frown, they never blink, go around and around into the ocean's sink!
Go away! No its not my time! I still have one more line and one more rhyme!

The sky bellows and the earth shakes its teeth, no guts and glory just mud and static beneath!
No man, no god, nothing, only the laughter of the broken king!

>> No.40728321

>>40727985
Also, Lupa is actually pretty easy to manipulate to get on your side of a vote. You just have to appeal to her vices, of which she has several. Just don't expect her to ever be nice about it.

>>40728067
God, will someone restrain him before he tries to eat the chairs or something.

>> No.40728409

>>40728067

Hm, the scare didn't drop back down as intended. But as he said, this is definitely a strain for the stronger and more experienced spooky weed smokers. This isn't your average every day marijuana, this has my own stamp of spooky approval.

>> No.40728426

So time for role call?

>> No.40728431

>>40728409

The third strain that is. The other two functioned as planned. Perhaps a drop to a 72% spooky would suffice...

>> No.40728444

Archmage Titus Proudmoore, leader of the Coalition of Arcane Arts, is present. I believe my companions will be seated soon enough as well. I look forward to working with you all.

>> No.40728448

REPORTING IN FOR ROLLCALL

STILL SPOOKY

STILL AMERICAN

>> No.40728522

>>40728444
I am now reporting in for roll call on behalf of the Coalition of Arcane Arts.

>> No.40728531

>gets up releasing his bite on his chair
>brushes himself off, adjusts his clothes and wipes the froth from his mouth

V-Voltaire, ari-aristocrat Ex-extraordinaire re-reporting i-i-in.

>>40728431
Y-y-yes th-that i-i-is a decision.

>> No.40728551

>>40728426
Reporting in the name of the Totally not Dimir party.

>> No.40728577

Roll call hasn't formally begun yet. We need a speaker

>> No.40728607

>>40728577
I'm a sepaker and I say that the roll call started at 00:00 EST.

>> No.40728614

Just a reminder - Are you a practitioner of a mystic, arcane, and totally awesome art? Do you want your rights protected? Join the coalition today!

I will now be heading to my bedchambers. I'm afraid that erecting wards all over our new embassy has taken a toll on this old body.

>> No.40728650

>>40728607
Cool well I report in. Party SPOOKY!

>> No.40728653

>>40728614
You should probably link to the page here http://tg-parliament.wikia.com/wiki/Coalition_of_Arcane_Arts so new members can add their names.

>> No.40728671

Alright!

>>40728653
Will do so in a sec

>> No.40728673

>>40728614
You guys need a logo.

>> No.40728681

>>40728531

Excellent. I'll start out shipments of the first two strains and tell my sprites to begin cultivating the third strain to a lesser amount of spooky. Then I'll return with a sample for you to test again, since you don't live in spooky and are not quite accustomed to...our lifestyle.

>>40728551

Would it be possible to start a new thread for roll call? If not then that's fine.

Haunted Tree. Leader of the Spooky Party, Keeper of the Spooky Grove and Commander of the Spooky Forces is present to speak, spook, and represent my people in Parliament.

>> No.40728751

>>40728673
Well, I do believe our leader just left for bed, but I could provide a temporary logo if that would be alright.

>> No.40728779

>>40728681
Maybe later, we are still five posts away from bump limit. I'll start the new thread with the current parties.

>> No.40728899 [DELETED] 

>roll call
I'm alive

>> No.40728966

Reporting for roll call.

>> No.40729019

I have decided to declare my support of the Coalition of Arcane Arts in hopes that the studies of magic can flourish under the rule of this great and Noble parliament.

>> No.40729060

I's here!
Did I miss anythings?

>> No.40729084

Gattuccio reporting in!

PLEASE FOR GODS SAKE ALF MEMBERS, CRAWL OUT OF THE FUCKING WOODWORK AND POST.

YOU ARE LURKING TOO HARD

>> No.40729156

>>40729019
In case that post wasnt clear enough I'm reporting in

>> No.40729181

>>40729019
Excellent, welcome to the team.

>> No.40729194

>>40729084
Don't worry Gattuccio, they'll come sooner or later.

>>40729156
You need a secure tripcode.

>> No.40729213

>>40729194
Well there is such a thing as coming TOO late

>> No.40729241

Adventuring Party Reporting in. I think I forgot something this week...Fighting, you areound?

>> No.40729292

>>40729213
Don't worry, in the worst case scenario I would gladly accept you as a temporally member of the Totally not Dimir party, while you wait for the next sunday.

>> No.40729312

>>40729292
ty based totally unsuspicous common working man

>> No.40729366

>>40729156
You need a secure tripcode, and don't forget to add yourself to our wiki page. http://tg-parliament.wikia.com/wiki/Coalition_of_Arcane_Arts

Also, I do have a temporary logo for us, which took me hours in GIMP. Just for while the leader is asleep. Hopefully he can come up with a better one.

>> No.40729759

>>40729241
I'm here. You did forget something, but if you're signing is as Adventuring it has resolved itself.

>> No.40729853

New thread

>>40729762
>>40729762
>>40729762

>> No.40729947

Will do

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