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e605b No.906

So I don't know if this is a great idea or a terrible idea, but I've been on a big DnD kick recently, and I've had this idea for a while now to start up a 5e DnD campaign with pregnancy as a central focus. As such, I'd like to see how much interest there would be by people on Pregchan for trying a campaign that has a lot of pregnancy elements.

The campaign would of course not be all-pregnancy all the time, as I want to have some general DnD fun as well. That said, pregnancy would still be a common occurrence, whether it be players who wanted to play a pregnant character, important NPCs that are expecting, or even quests based around fertility. I'd fully be open to adult themes and moments in the story, but they can also be private should the players wish for that as well. It might be a little experimental, but I think it could be fun if we could get it to work.

The game would likely be played on Roll20 as that would be the easiest free way to play with all the rolling and player sheets available, though it'd be nice to include recaps here on Pregchan so that non-players could see what we've been up to and drum up interest. If interest grew to a certain size, we'd likely pull a Dungeons and Randomness and create multiple different adventuring parties so that people can enjoy the world but not have a single campaign bogged down by a crazy amount of people. We can try to talk logistics out with the people interested in trying things out. New and veteran players are welcome, and I'm more than happy to help people who are new that might have questions on how this all works.

So yes, if people are intrigued, please let me know. I'll likely create a Discord channel for people interested so we can more freely chat. I'm excited to see what might come from this, however!

e72ba No.908

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I would love this. Corruption of Champions was one of the best porn games to ever exist.

I'd want to play a fully functioning hermaphrodite though. Ha. With as many bonuses to quicker gestation periods as possible so I can just have a veritable army of children as well as just get impregnated and give birth as often as possible.

e605b No.909

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(Forgive my super-rudimentary map. My drawing skills have always been mediocre at best, but the important thing is that I wanted to convey the world that I had planned.)

The floating continent of Elevion… the only remnant of the world left after the great cataclysm. So much was lost when the dimensional rift to the ethereal planes ripped open in the center of the world and left most of civilization on the brink of ruin. Not only did ferocious and strange creatures decimate kingdom after kingdom, but the very miasma that spewed from the rift warped the land into a strange facade of its former self. Humanity and the other races of the material plane would have been completely lost were it not for the efforts of a great band of Archmages who gave their very lives to separate Elevion from the rest of the doomed world. As the rest of the world crumbled away, only Elevion remained, floating above an endless sky.

And yet despite their efforts, the civilized world was still not safe. The almighty influence of that wretched portal had reached the northernmost points of the continent, and soon it began to infect and twist the land… the last bastion of hope for human, halfing, elf, and dwarven-kind. Soon the reality of the southern contient began to shift, and it seemed as though the efforts of the Archmages were in vain. And then, something happened. Nobody knows how it happened. Perhaps it was another contingent of powerful mages. Perhaps it was an intervention from the old gods. Maybe even the perplexing nature of the dark influence worked against itself. Regardless, a strange rainbow aurora bisected the continent into two halves. The aurora seemed to act as a mystical barrier, preventing the wild demonic energies of the northern continent from spreading any further south. The barrier, soon to be called the Infernal Veil, was the only thing holding the darkness back from finishing its cruel purpose.

The remnants of civilization were still quite small. Elevion was not home to one of the great empires of the past. Indeed, only small pockets of various races would remain immediately following the appearance of the Infernal Veil. The history and the culture of the old world was seemingly lost. But years turned to decades, and decades turned to centuries, and soon a new culture would rise from the ashes. The humans created their own empire along the eastern shores. The dwarves carved a thriving enterprise in the depths of the northern mountains. The elves build a beautiful capital in the center of a serene if enigmatic forest, and the halflings found their peace in many hamlets among the southern fields. Though tensions would rise now and then and border disputes would temporarily flare, all were still united in the efforts of keeping the land safe from whatever could be festering beyond the Veil.

It has been close to 500 years since civilization rebuilt, enough so that many a bustling village and city have developed, but much of the world was yet to be charted, and many an old temple yet to be found. It is an age of adventure as many a pioneer explore the shifted lands. Some do it for treasure. Others out of a desire to help the common folk unable to defend themselves from bandits or wandering goblin packs. Others still simply wish to be the first to experience the untold wonders of the new world. Some adventuring parties have even begun getting brave (or foolhardy) enough to travel beyond the Veil, though few have ever returned from such attempts. It is in this time where our story will begin as various bands of adventurers will soon form in search of fame, fortune, romance, and glory. What legendary tales will come from these unlikely travelers?

e605b No.910

>>908

Just so you know, my intentions for the RP are not like Corruption of Champions. While I'm certainly open to sexuality to play a part in the story, I'm aiming for something more R-Rated than X-Rated if that makes any sense. >~< Plot over porn, as it were.

e72ba No.911

>>910
Completely fair, respectable, and I appreciate that more over than just focusing on titillation. As we could all just simply ignore the D&D aspect and look at porn. lol

Still interested either way.

4d623 No.912

Aside from my complete lack of experience with D&D 5e (the furthest along the editions that I've gotten is Pathfinder), I'd be really interested! My schedule isn't always the greatest, though…

e605b No.913

>>911

I know that some interested friends on Discord have the same thought process as mine. We don't want to sexualize it to the point of driving players away. I mean, why even play DnD if you just wanted to do a pure-sex RP? XD

I do hope to have a good mix of male and female playable characters. I want to try and make it fun for all. Sexy-times are totally fine by me, though they can be made private if the players so desire.

e605b No.914

>>912

My schedule can be patchy too. I have a light month of work for the next four weeks, but the month after will be a little more difficult. Still, I will do my best to make it work, even if there are some spreads of time between play sessions. >w<

ff6a9 No.915

Very interesting idea. Not very experienced with D&D, but this whole idea intrigues the hell outta me lol.

95e4f No.916

Hmm, were you inspired by SukaSuka when writing the setting? The whole '500 years' + 'cataclysmic event which unleashed horrifying beasts' + 'a floating continent with the remnants of civilization' reminds me of that LN/anime. That shit was good yo.

f949a No.917

Would be very interested, saved a couple /tg/ homebrews from the magical realm general. 5e isn't my favorite, but if it's what's offered, I'd gladly join.

e72ba No.920

>>915
It's honestly easy enough to pick up. There are some people I know who've been playing for 20 years and still have a rough idea of who their character is and then constantly refer to the book. Best method is book > play a little > book > play > repeat endlessly.

I'm going to keep watching this thread. I guess discord info will be posted? Will we actually talk or keep to text? It would be awkward as fuck if there isn't at least 1-2 females. Ha.

24b26 No.921

Never played DnD before, but the idea of this not being porn focused sounds interesting. I find constant sex scenes get dull real fast, and just end up slowing things down.

ed693 No.922

I'd be interested, my schedule is pretty tight but I'd love to join! Are the races mentioned the only ones available, or we we be able to use other races if they're worked out for 5e?

aee67 No.924

Throw my hat onto the table as well.

e605b No.925

I'm glad to see that there is interest in the game. ^_^

>>916
I have no idea what that LN is. XD

>>920
I'm happy to help any people who are new to the game as well. I'd likely keep the game to text just because trying to plan out everybody having a mic could be awkward.

>>922
I'm using the same setting for my friends in real life, just without the pregnancy focus. Our party there is a Tiefling, Half-Orc, Elf, and Gnome. While playing one of the more common races would be easier, other races are totally open!

Anywho, I've made a Discord group now. Feel free to join and we'll hammer out the logistics together!

https://discord.gg/RrUPnwy

95e4f No.926

(I have no idea how to reply to individual posts, since I only ever lurk without posting.)

It's this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGfC2boki-I

The basic premise is that the last human in the world awakens on a sky island, 500 years after he was petrified by a "god" during the battle to save humanity.

The world is dying, and the land below is infested with eldritch beasts. Listless, he takes various odd jobs and stumbles upon an opening for a military caretaker, in charge of a group of fairy warriors (who turn out to be little girls). But all is not as it seems…

Yeah, it sounds like a harem, but he's more of a father-figure than a love interest to the girls.

48cb6 No.931

>>926

You can reply to individual posts by press the No. after the ID of each post. It works like a quote.

e605b No.939

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We have quite a bit of interest in the group already, so their might be a point where we have to cut off players, though other people are free to join the Discord if they want to keep up with the shenanigans or maybe even be on a queue in case any of the current players decide to drop out.

Anywho! Now that we are setting things up, I think it would be cool if each of the current players introduce themselves and their characters to Pregchan.

2ead0 No.942

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I will be playing the role of Terrathina, a dragonborn sorceress who is intent on finding this artifact. Being from chromatic dragon stock, she is rather ambitious, hardheaded, and manipulative. Having generally grown up beyond populated areas, she's been busy mastering her magical powers, and totally not accidentally burning the local forest. Her knowledge of the arcane and the faith of Arawai has allowed her to glean an idea of what she is after with her newfound companions. Despite her rather inhuman form, she is dissatisfied, and hopes to one day be considered a true dragon, and have power befitting such a being.

dace8 No.943

Hey, this seems like an interesting idea and it reminds me of something I stumbled upon on DA a while back. I think it was called Maiesta? It's basically a pregnancy based table top RPG. It might be worth looking into since pregnancy is its focus and several mechanics have been created with it in mind.

a8669 No.944

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I'll be playing Eri, a human monk who seeks the artifact for reasons of her own curiosity. Her youth as an orphan was spent in a monastic order pursuing enlightenment, but as an adult she left that humdrum life behind to search the post-cataclysmic world in pursuit of knowledge and excitement. Hidden temples and artifacts from before the cataclysm waiting to be discovered are too tantalizing for her to pass up. Still unused to much of the world outside of where she grew up, Eri seeks to meet new people who share her thirst for new horizons.

284bb No.946

>>943
It is called Maiesta. It's currently in its second edition after a *major* overhaul to the basic statistics used in the system, dice rolling mechanics, positioning mechanics…basically everything has changed except the names and general functions of the characters and classes.
It's currently playable, but there's no endgame content yet.
Also, the main difference between this campaign and Maiesta is that this campaign doesn't require pregnancy for the skills and abilities to work. Some people prefer having pregnancy be a lore thing that isn't tied so closely to the mechanics. (I get that, but I don't really mind, so I think Maiesta's fun, with a generally light-hearted tone and a surprisingly robust skill system for how small it is.)

>>939
Anyway! Aside from all that, I still need to figure out which god (if any) my character worships. Otherwise, I have a fairly complete intro that I can share.
My character is a human sorcerer named Daniel Leonhart Ambrose (Dan.) His parents learned magic the old-fashioned way. When they had him, their magic kinda went kablooey and spontaneously created a sorcerer bloodline (kablooey is a technical term and I'm sticking to it :P)
His parents love him and are very proud of him, but they don't know how to deal with him! There's magic practically buzzing in his veins! It makes him a little hyperactive and impulsive. He isn't the kind of guy to throw the first punch (or any at all, because noodly sorc), but he is generally opposed to leaving a fight "unfinished".
As if that wasn't enough, he had a wiggity dream of a white-robed woman one night. She was beautiful beyond his imagination, but she vanished when he tried to pursue her. Still, he believes she's real, even when everyone he's told the dream to don't agree.
It could be a ghost, a succubus, or worse, but Dan wants to find her once and for all. And traveling with his friends is the perfect way to do so, with the added benefit of giving his poor exasperated parents a break!

3cf62 No.951

Is this still open?

48cb6 No.952

>>951

Pretty much, though there's already two groups.

3cf62 No.954

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Last time, on Elevion:
The Party has gotten together after noticing fliers for an Artifact Hunt. Travelling to a tavern in Jaipur, a lawless town in the desert with corrupt guards and even more corrupt officials. Attracting the attention of most of the bar's patrons was Terrathina, a hybrid draconic/human sorcerer with a fiery temper to match.
Their Mission, Should They Choose To Accept It (they did) was to infiltrate a supposedly impenetrable structure known as The Crystal Pyramid. Their only lead for getting inside the Pydramid, a note of paper with a strange language none could identify. After some reluctance, the benefactor, a Bachelorette named Olivia Winterford, supplied a description of the target, and a warning: No Woman May Touch the Artifact, a bronze statue of a woman with a ruby inset into her stomach. As there is only one male in the group, a compassionate Paladin Noble named Maxi, they have been chosen by Olivia to safeguard the relic during travel.
In order to translate the document, the band ask the bartender if there is a translation service around, and while Maxi falls flat at the attempt for free information, the deceptive Warlock Lady Miranda "persuaded" the bartender to have compassion for the "poor family wanting to know what their grandfather's books said" (crocodile tears were shed). But on the way to the library, our adventurers were ambushed by some unlucky bandits. Unlucky, I say, because the charming Tiefling Sorcerer Setsuna annihilated two of the five, flash-freezing the last of them and taking out their leader, while Eri, a scholarly Monk, surprised the party by snapping two of the bandits' necks in one move.
Now, after killing five people in the middle of the street, our protagonists need to deal with this situation both physically and emotionally.
Will they find out the translation of the paper before something else happens to them?
Will the party be able to cope with the five lives they have just taken?
What will the secrets of the Crystal Pyramid Reveal?
FIND OUT, NEXT TIME, ON DRAG-kerk, cough cough.
Find out next session!

3cf62 No.958

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>>906
I should probably introduce myself as well.

I play the Half-Elf Warlock Miranda, an exiled daughter of a small town's leader. She was banished for having a vision from Bahamut of adventurers needing her help, and instead the vision was from Tiamat and the men were bandits, who kidnapped her father.

She found her Patron bound in chains inside a magically sealed cave. Through sheer fluke and accidental self-injury, she breached the wards (it was accident-proof, not foolproof.) and found the only link The Entity had to the plane. In exchange for having it implanted in her hand and the spread of his influence, she would get power and tutelage, so as to never fail people like she did her father again.

Miranda abhors bandits and thieves like few others do, and seeks powerful artifacts to attain security. She fights to defend people she cares about, and tries to plan for the long game to protect her allies and friends from unseen harm.

3cf62 No.959

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This Time, on CSI: Jaipur: Nothing happens, and it's not the bribe money in our boss's pockets that's saying that!

Chief Forensic Scientist Terrathina has decrypted the message, which reads, "To enter the sacred temple of Arawai you must test your faith in that which you need above all else." Arawai, a Goddess of Fertility. The party wasn't sure of much else about her, as nobody rolled higher than 9 Religion.

They make it to the Library, but something is amiss. Nobody is at the door, and the, "Library," is but a tiny hut of what looks like clay. Eventually the party enters the hut, wary of traps or danger. Not seeing anything of note, CFS Terrathina uncovers a hidden trapdoor. Inspectors Setsuna and Miranda have trouble maneuvering down the ladder due to their size, but they still manage to make it. Viewing the chamber below, they find a sleeping Elderly Halfling Archivist, Wanda Pebblebottom. Wanda is awoken to find five strangers in her Library, having not heard them outside. After some introductions, the party asks her over tea about Arawei and what the passage could mean. Unfortunately she is unable to provide too much assistance, but allows the group to browse her Library and rest, if on the floor.

Credits:
Setsuna as Inspector Setsuna
Miranda as Inspector Miranda
Terrathina as Chief Forensic Scientist Terrathina
Eri as Patrolwoman Eri
With Special Guest appearance: Sir Maxi as Spiritual Consultant

db065 No.960

>>959

I laughed more than I should.

This is brilliant.

3cf62 No.961

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This time, on (Wo)Man vs Wild:
Or,
"How to do everything wrong and go down like a chump", by Lady Miranda
Our session begins with planning our expedition, and the less limber people dread at having to climb up the ladder again. Wanda the Archivist forgets who we are for a moment, but soon remembers. A dusty old tome with knowledge about the world pre-cataclysm with an author nobody had any idea about was given to us as well for the trip.

Then we decided how we would get to the Crystal Pyramid. We had three options: Go through the dry, hot desert with a homicidal sun, go by the coast and hope we aren't attacked by pirates and the sun is still homicidal but HEY there's water, and lastly moving along a well-mapped road then moving down a fresh-water river, but with an increased chance of encountering others. Option 3 was unanimous.
Along the way, Miranda spotted an Oasis. Unsure if it was a mirage or real, the party gets closer. It IS an Oasis! There's even some cactus near a boulder for food! Miranda, on a roll with her perceptive skills, looks for lizards and such lounging on the hot rock, and deduces that it is, in fact, a rock. The rest of the party starts to refill their water containers and wash up when the rock, which Miranda had JUST looked over, releases five angry Flying Snakes which ambush the party. One tense fight later and Miranda, despite reducing one of the snakes to red mist, is twitching on the ground unconscious, Setsuna frazzled with having 1 HP for the whole fight, and Terrathina cooking the lizards for food. Maxi saves the Warlock from an untimely demise with a quick application of Lay on Hands, but she remains unconscious for a while longer, recuperating under the watchful eye of Terrathina.

(Seriously, Flying snakes might have an AC of 14 and HP of 5, but they do 3d4+1 damage a turn, each, and they had surprise. Did I mention the fly speed of 60' with the Flyby ability, which negates AoO? CR 1/8 my foot.)

3cf62 No.963

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This Time, on Back to the Future with Orc Wick:
Party: It's not what you did, that angers me so. It's who you did it to.
Miranda: Who? That fucking Orc nobody?
Party: That "fuckin' nobody"… is Orc Wick. He once was an associate of ours. They call him "Baba Yaga."
Miranda: The Boogeyman?
Party: Well Orc wasn't exactly the Boogeyman. He was the one you sent to kill the fucking Boogeyman.
Miranda: [stunned] Oh.
Party: Orc is a man of focus, commitment, sheer will… something you know very little about. I once saw him kill three men in a bar… with a pencil, with a fucking pencil. Then suddenly one day he asked to leave. It's over a woman, of course. So I made a deal with him. I gave him an impossible task. A job no one could have pulled off. The bodies he buried that day laid the foundation of what we are now. And then my son, a few days after his wife died, you steal his sack and kill his fucking dog.
Miranda: Everyone, I can make this right.
Party: Oh? How do you plan that?
Miranda: By finishing what I started.
Party: [irritated, turning to Fourth Wall] What the… did he hear a fuckin' word I said?
Miranda: [in Elvish] Dad, I can do this! Please!
Party: [pulls Miranda close, talks into his ear] Miranda, Miranda! Listen! Huh? Orc will come for you, and you will do nothing because you can do nothing, so get the fuck out of my sight!

(Through miscommunication, the session was reset since it was shaping up to be a TPK based on OOC knowledge)

3cf62 No.964

I should also mention, these were group 1's session summaries, Group 2 meets tomorrow.

3cf62 No.972

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I was only there for the latter half of the session so I can only give a brief description of what happened.
On the journey to the Crystal Pyramid, the party discusses rations and the pricing of them.
Now, the journey is a Ten Day trip, and there's an outpost three days out to resupply before diving in. The party stopped by there to get food, (this is where I got there) and on the first day out we encountered something that stopped us dead in our tracks, it was just that important:
Cats.
The session was then mostly about the mother and the three kittens we found.

3cf62 No.990

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Last time, on Timon and Pumbaa… wait, wait no! Nooo!
Following the road, we came across a bridge over a creek. Unsure as to if it was the bridge on our map, we follow the creek a ways until it gets to a pond, which we find two wild boars drinking from. We quickly decided to turn them into pork. Sneaking up on them, Maxi flings a javelin, killing one, while Terrathina, the avatar of stealth, is already halfway to frying one before it realises that it's dead. Eri then goes off to scout the nearby ridge line, trying to find the River, but is unsuccessful.
Around a campfire and warm food, the party talk about what exactly the artifact is and what reason Lady Olivia wants it. It is then that Terrathina reveals that while she wanted to wait until we had the artifact in hand, she did not want to wait until telling us what it does. And oh boy, what an effect it has. Any female that touches the statue becomes extremely fertile. Not immaculate conception, but still assured to conceive a few kids. The party deliberates on what to do with the statue when they go to sleep.

3cf62 No.1010

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As we kinda dawdled around for a few sessions on the way to the Pyramid, I'm skimming a few sessions.
When we finally get close to where we need to cross the river, it's a tempest outside. Taking refuge in a cave, the party shares their stories with one another, and Terrathina accidentally lights a part of the cave on fire. Oh, hey, it's a secret hideout! *cough cough Terra why didn't you check for traps, there's a cloud of poison! Wait, there's an Alarm spell on the loot. No! A drow and his two Bandit buddies come to investigate and the party fails miserably at stealth, so combat it is. Miss Eri Anderson (not actually their name), the hero of the matrix, breaks both of the common bandits necks, and the Drow, who was DEFINITELY not expecting casters to be in the cave, makes a break for it, running into the woods.
There's around 1600 copper pieces and 500 silver pieces in addition to the other loot we find, and Terra wants to take it all. Eri, once more lives up to her attitude and helps the dragon carry her new bed.
When we finally get to the river, it's heavily misted out, so we decide to rest until it'safe to cross. When it does clear, Miranda becomes a part of Team Baywatch, swimming across on the first try. Setsuna makes it across as well, but Maxi is laden down and ends up losing half his money in his attempts to stay afloat. Terra and Eri have to leave behind their sacks of money, so they hide it for later, then cross as well.
The party finally arrived at the Crystal Pyramid.

09ff6 No.1011

>>1010
Hah, no! Terra took all the money she could and made it across just fine. What self-respecting dragon would leave her money unattended!

3cf62 No.1012

>>1011
Oh, huh. I guess it's just Maxi that lost money then.
(Poor Eri, having to carry 30 pounds of copper across the river)

69eb3 No.1013

>>1012

You didn't have to rub that in… D:

36702 No.1014

>>1013
*hug*

67b74 No.1094

I'll add more recaps to this soon, just gotta write them first~ :3

67b74 No.1095

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Finally, the party had reached the pyramid!… then came the hard part: finding out how to get in. At first, the party thought the ridges that bisected each side might be the key, but we couldn’t figure out how it applied to the riddle. Searching around, a strange pedestal was found, but was disregarded as not relevant. We bled on stuff, poured water on stuff, tried drowning. The usual puzzle solving techniques. :3

Miranda took the first leap of faith, descending into the sea by the cliff… and not returning. Out of either concern or understanding of what had happened, Terra dove down after her, followed by Maxi, Eri, and Setsuna. Just out of reach from a normal lungful of air and hidden under the cliff was a glowing portal.

After drying off, the gang took in the sights. They were in a chamber bathed in purple light, standing on a pedestal like the one outside. There were doors to either side, one marked with a foot, the other with a fist, and a towering statue of what we could only assume was Arawai. Though, it could have been another giant, crystalline, wheat-holding pregnant woman we haven’t heard about yet. It’s still up for debate.

67b74 No.1096

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We chose the path of the foot, and our first trial was a long hallway above a pit, crossable only by a series of zig-zagging platforms. Miranda fought smarter and not harder, rappelling into the pit to cross. It was only then that the scattered bones on the floor started to jangle and suggest that maaaaayyybe this wasn’t the best plan. So, all that was left to try was jumping. After Miranda and Eri learned that gravity wasn’t just a suggestion, the party tied themselves together in pairs, in case of a fall. Once across, a short hallway opened up into a large corridor, lined with busts of Arawai to the right, three doors to the left, and three colored slots on the far wall.

Behind the rightmost door lay the first gem belonging to the three slots… locked behind a super scary blade trap. D:

Maxi managed to find a pattern in their movement, but couldn’t persuade his legs to cooperate. Terra, on the other hand, tried raw, burning instinct… but went down in flames. Next up to bat was Eri, who managed to crit, but barely made it on the return trip~

The leftmost door led to an ever-expanding series of branching paths and a peek at the next gem behind a set of crystal bars, but the search was cut short by another presence in the labyrinth…

daed5 No.1187

Don't worry folks. We haven't forgotten this game. We just haven't had time to keep up with the recaps. Trust me, there's some fun stuff that's happened, so stay tuned ~_^



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