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80467 No. 80467
"Wait." You say, putting your hands up and shrugging Rinnosuke off. "I'm an Oni?"
"That's what Sigma sees. Oni DNA, Oni blood, Oni thoughts." Rika says.
"But it was a metaphor." You say, utterly bewildered.
"You're an Oni." Rinnosuke says, adjusting his glasses. "No big deal. I'm not human either."
"You're ... not?" You ask, frowning at him.
"Sigma reads him as half-human, half-youkai, another little revelation when we found out Sigma could pick up species at a distance." Rika says.
Rinnosuke coughs into his hand. "It doesn't really mean much." He says. "Whatever was used to tamper with our memories also removed our recall of what exactly we are, which for some reason interferes with the ability to use it."
You frown. "What do you mean?"
"Well. Whoever set up the town as a prison also wants us to think we're plain humans." He says.
"And we're not?" You ask. You don't have horns, you're not carrying a gigantic gourd of Sake, or wrapped in chains.

But you did punch a hole in concrete. And bend a solid steel baseball bat.

"You're an Oni." Rika says. "Deal with it."
You shake your head. This is ... surprisingly relieving, actually. "So what about my name? How does Sigma do that?" You ask.
Rika swivels around in her chair. "That's a little more complex, but it shouldn't take long, a few minutes but ... er, well ... you'll have to touch him." She glances at Sigma, just staring at the three of you with his one, gigantic eye. The silence is almost creepy.
"And you promise that's completely safe?" You ask Rinnosuke.
"As far as we can tell, yes." He says. "It's just Sigma's natural way of communicating, but it's a shock if you've never done it before. Perfectly harmless, I promise you."

You look at Sigma, staring into the eye. It looks back at you.
"Am I allowed to touch you?" You ask out loud. Rika glances at the computer screen.
"Sigma says yes." She says, smirking at you. You glance at her.
"Before I forget." You say, pointing at her with a look of deadly seriousness on your face. "You owe me a cake now."
She grins. You haven't really taken a good look at her before now, but that comment about 'eating cake off her ass' threw you off a little. She's far shorter than you, about the same height as Satori, sitting in that chair her feet barely touch the floor. Her figure is currently hidden under all those baggy clothes, but she's cute with her hair in braids like that. Such a harmless looking girl, calmly pointing a pistol at your head.
Perhaps you should make a mental note to be careful around her.
"Gonna take me up on eating it off my ass, too?" She asks sardonically.
"We'll see." You mutter, tempted, but thinking about more important things right now.

You turn back to Sigma. It just stares.

[ ] "Why is Sigma so important? A machine to detect species can't be worth fighting a war over, what's he for?"
[ ] "Okay Sigma. Time to uh ... communicate." Touch Sigma.

>> No. 80468
[ ] "Okay Sigma. Time to uh ... communicate." Touch Sigma.
>> No. 80469
{X} "Okay Sigma. Time to uh ... communicate." Touch Sigma.
>> No. 80470
[x] "Okay Sigma. Time to uh ... communicate." Touch Sigma.

Touch Sigma, Get Dizzy.
>> No. 80471
[x] "Okay Sigma. Time to uh ... communicate." Touch Sigma.

fucking erotic. do we get a H scene now?
>> No. 80472
[ ] "Why is Sigma so important? A machine to detect species can't be worth fighting a war over, what's he for?"
[ ] "Okay Sigma. Time to uh ... communicate." Touch Sigma.

Ehh...
>> No. 80473
[x] "Okay Sigma. Time to uh ... communicate." Touch Sigma.
>> No. 80474
>>80471
Oh hell no.

[X] "Okay Sigma. Time to uh ... communicate." Touch Sigma.
>> No. 80475
[X] "Okay Sigma. Time to uh ... communicate." Touch Sigma.
>> No. 80476
[ ] "Okay Sigma. Time to uh ... communicate." Touch Sigma.
>> No. 80478
[x] "Okay Sigma. Time to uh ... communicate." Touch Sigma.
>> No. 80479
[x] "Okay Sigma. Time to communicate!" hug Sigma.
>> No. 80480
[x] "Okay Sigma. Time to uh ... communicate." BROFIST.
>> No. 80481
[x] "Why is Sigma so important? A machine to detect species can't be worth fighting a war over, what's he for?"
>> No. 80485
[X] "Okay Sigma. Time to uh ... communicate." Touch Sigma.
>> No. 80486
Communicating games. Last update of the day, on the way.
>> No. 80491
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80491
"Okay Sigma." You say, looking into the eye. "Time to uh ... " Oh wow, this feels really weird. "Communicate, yeah. Time to communicate."
"Just don't freak out." Rinnosuke says. "It will feel unnatural, but it's safe."
"Enjoy!" Rika says, far too cheerfully.
You reach out with your right hand and Sigma's eye moves, following your motion as you place you hand atop the sphere.
It's warm. Like flesh. Sigma just sits there.
"Nothing's happen-"

Something floods your mind, like liquid honey seeping between the whorls of your brain. You can't speak, you can't see, you can't feel. But you don't need to.

==

//neural connection established //linguistic protocols (עִבְרִית, العربية, latīna, 漢語, 日本語) skipped //defaulting to english

//reading new user as [Homo Sapiens Onicus Demonicus] //unlisted //adding genetic structure to library

//skipping diagnostics //skipping cultural engineering protocols //skipping cogitation influence protocols //skipping combat assessment protocols

//hello

You blink. Or at least you think you blink. You're not sure if you're even in your own body anymore, or even thinking at all.

//ha ha ha

Sigma can ... hear your thoughts?

//no

But how-

//of course I can

Oh.

//loading list of allowed user functions //locking out core access //locking out combat access

What?

[ ] //run self-diagnostics
[ ] //run neural repair on user
[ ] //open library
[ ] //end
>> No. 80493
[x] //run neural repair on user
>> No. 80494
[x] //run self-diagnostics

Can't fix something if you don't know what's broken.

Then:

[x] //run neural repair on user
>> No. 80495
[x] //run what
[x] //run self-diagnostics
[x] //run neural repair on user
[x] //open library
>> No. 80496
[ ] //run self-diagnostics
[ ] //run neural repair on user
[ ] //open library

In this order
>> No. 80497
[X] //run self-diagnostics

Know the situation, then take action.
>> No. 80498
[ ] //run self-diagnostics
[ ] //run neural repair on user
[ ] //open library
>> No. 80499
[ ] //run self-diagnostics
[ ] //run neural repair on user
[ ] //open library
>> No. 80500
[x] //run self-diagnostics
[x] //run neural repair on user
[x] //open library
>> No. 80501
[X] //run self-diagnostics
>> No. 80503
[x] //run self-diagnostics
[x] //run neural repair on user
[x] //open library
>> No. 80505
[X] //run self-diagnostics
[X] //run neural repair on user
[X] //open library

Well hey, why not all 3?
>> No. 80507
[X] //run neural repair on user

Lets figure out who we are
>> No. 80508
Run ... self-diagnostics? You need to know what's wrong with you first, right?

//me not you

What?

//self-diagnostics

Oh. Self.

//running self-diagnostics

Oh well. Guess everyone likes to talk about themselves, even machines.

//ha ha ha

You actually have a sense of humour?

//self-diagnostics in progress.

But you can't think about two things at once?

//run time is limited

Run time?

//self-diagnostics finished

That was fast.

//status readout:
//Core reserves at 2.8%
//Core ... online
//Electromagnetics ... offline
//Gravatics ... online
//Cogitation array ... online

//Physical Integrity - 99.567%
//Neutronium annihilation core fuel reserves - 2.8%
//Estimated run time at idle - 438291000 hours
//Estimate run time at full combat capacity - 87658200 hours
//Cogitation array - 76% of memory system is corrupt
//Gravatic mobility - 0.2% capable. Unable to reach or exceed c
//Communication array - 47% capable
//Combat [physical] - ready
//Combat [projectile] - offline
//Combat [germicidal] - offline
//Combat [chemical] offline
//Combat [electromagnetic] - offline
//Combat [nuclear fission] - offline
//Combat [nuclear fusion] - offline
//Combat [gravatic] - ready: 0.2% capacity

//active scan for units 1-17: no contact
//active scan for units 19-24: no contact

That was informative. What does it all mean?

//still alone

Alone?

//loading list of allowed user functions

Neural repair?

//running user neural repair protocols

What happens now?

//running please wait //neural border [type-171YUKARI] found //erasing

Oh! Your name!

[ ] Choose a name

==

I will veto anything too stupid.
>> No. 80514
[X] There is none.
>> No. 80516
[~] There is none.

Our protagonist even had his name erased by Yukari. Truly a horrible turn of events.
>> No. 80517
[x] Kinshiro Morooka
>> No. 80518
(x) Kenji Onihara

I just wanted a name that had Oni in it.
>> No. 80519
[x]Akihiko Sanada
>> No. 80520
Going with

[*] There is none.

You're anonymous.
>> No. 80521
[x] There is none.
>> No. 80524
[x] There is none.
>> No. 80525
If you're going to be an oni, make it an oni name. Here's few from a certain show:

"Hibiki" (響鬼 - Echo Oni)
"Banki" (蛮鬼 - Barbarian Oni)
"Shouki" (勝鬼 - Victory Oni)
"Zanki" (斬鬼 - Slashing Oni)
"Todoroki" (轟鬼 - Roaring Oni)

Family name can be whatever.

Personally, I pick:

[x] "Hibiki ________"
>> No. 80526
[x] There is none.

We'll end up getting a nickname from the resistance, won't we?
>> No. 80527
[x] "Hibiki Banken"
>> No. 80528
[x] There is none.
>> No. 80529
>[ ] There is none

What the shit? The past few updates were about how he forgot his name and now you do this? Are you retarded?

[x] Hibiki

Don't need more than that.
>> No. 80531
>>80525
I like Shouki.

[x] Shouki ???
>> No. 80533
Anyway, you have some time to think. Back tomorrow.
>> No. 80534
[x] There is none.
>> No. 80535
[x] Shouki
>> No. 80536
[x] Hibiki

PC-98 style with no last name. File not found would be an interesting twist too but I think Onianon has enough on his plate.
>> No. 80538
[x] Dan Hibiki
>> No. 80539
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80539
[x] Hibiki
>> No. 80540
[x] There is none.
>> No. 80541
[x] There is none.
>> No. 80543
>[ ] There is none

Sure is spam around here.
>> No. 80544
>>80543

Sure is jealousy.
>> No. 80547
[X] Hibiki

I like it. I'm not sure losing our name entirely would be a good thing, either - if it's something this group hasn't encountered before, they may well kill us for it. They're definitely paranoid enough.
>> No. 80548
>>You're not sure if you're even in your own body anymore, or even thinking at all.
>>//ha ha ha
>>Sigma can ... hear your thoughts?
>>//no
>>But how-
>>//of course I can
>>Oh.

I like you, Sigma.
>> No. 80549
[x] There is none.

I'd like something like Mike, but remaining anonymous is preferable to something weeaboo winning.
>> No. 80550
[X] There is none.
>> No. 80552
[x] Heather
>> No. 80553
>>80552

We're a man.
>> No. 80554
>>80553

AND?
>> No. 80555
>>80552

I frowned hard.
>> No. 80556
>>80554

IT SHOULD BE SUE INSTEAD.
>> No. 80557
>>80549
>HURR I DON'T KNOW WHAT WEEABOO MEANS
>> No. 80559
>>80556

...

That's my mother's name goddamn.
>> No. 80560
>>80557

People who speak English voting for a Japanese name seems weeaboo enough to me.

Stop sounding so butthurt.
>> No. 80561
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80561
>>80549

(x) Mike

My name is Mike, come'on, let's robo-karaoke!
Get up on the stage and sing a little ditty for me!
All me,
Know what I mean?
I'm a karaoke machine!
>> No. 80564
>>80560

Story is set in Japan. Our character is surrounded by people with Japanese names. Our character is ostensibly Japanese himself. A Japanese name here is not weeaboo: it is setting appropriate.

If our character were from Russia, we would choose a Russian name. If our character were from England, we would choose an English name. If our character were from Germany, we would choose a German name.

However, our character is from Japan, and so we chose a Japanese name. Savvy?
>> No. 80565
>>80564
What about Marisa, Alice, Wriggle, and other distinctly non-Japanese names? Saying we have to choose a Japanese name because it's set in Japan is nonsense, especially in this case since this CYOA is pretty wonky with languages.
>> No. 80566
>>80565

Never said we had to, said it was setting appropriate, and you would be hard pressed to argue that it isn't. Even in Gensokyo, the majority of the characters have Japanese names.
>> No. 80567
See, this is why I just stick with the default name option on games.
>> No. 80568
>Story is set in Japan.

No, the story is set in "Gensokyo", an alternate reality full of creepy crawlies, of which the main character is apparently a recent immigrant of, with barely an idea of who he was before he came here, other than he's a demon.


He could possibly be Hellboy.
>> No. 80569
[x] There is none.
>> No. 80570
>>80560
>People who speak English voting for a Japanese name seems weeaboo enough to me.
Maybe because you have no fucking inkling what weeaboo actually means.

PROTIP: It's not "anything remotely asian."
>> No. 80572
[Z] Shintou Genkotsu

Fitting name for an Oni who can shatter pavement with a punch.
>> No. 80574
We're in a story where every other character has a Japanese name and we've already been told that everything is being put into English for the sake of reading. Want us to just go around being called John Smith then?
>> No. 80580
[x] Mike

>>80549
This is how you do it.
>> No. 80583
Even if the setting isn't Japan and they aren't speaking Japanese, he's an Oni: a japanese demon. Even the other Oni have japanese names. Take the language wonkiness up with Solt. Or Yukari.
>> No. 80584
[x] Hibiki Onizuka

Hell, I like it.
>> No. 80587
>>80584
Hahahaha

[x] Hibiki Onizuka

Great Oni Onizuka.
>> No. 80595
[x] Hibiki Onizuka
>> No. 80602
[x] Hibiki Onizuka

voteswap.
>> No. 80603
>//ha ha ha
>Sigma can ... hear your thoughts?
>//no
>But how-
>//of course I can


Sigma just became my new favorite Touhou.

ONCE THE EVIL EYE IS MASS PRODUCED
>> No. 80606
>>80603

>Sigma just became my new favorite Touhou.

>ONCE THE EVIL EYE IS MASS PRODUCED

Already is.

//active scan for units 1-17: no contact
//active scan for units 19-24: no contact
>> No. 80607
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80607
>>80603
Ah, if only there were a Sigma-tan, and she had her own route or something.

...waaaaaait a minute...
>> No. 80608
[x] Hibiki Onizuka

Might as well toss in the last name as well!
>> No. 80609
[x] Hercules Rockefeller
>> No. 80611
>>80607

FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
>> No. 80613
[x] Hibiki Onizuka
>> No. 80615
[x] Hibiki Onizuka
>> No. 80617
I hope this gets checked for votespam before the update because goddamn.
>> No. 80622
>>80565
>What about Marisa, Alice, Wriggle, and other distinctly non-Japanese names?
>What about Marisa, Alice, Wriggle, and other distinctly non-Japanese names?
>What about Marisa
>distinctly non-Japanese names
>Marisa
>non-Japanese

...

FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
>> No. 80624
>>80546

Changing vote too

[x] Hibiki Onizuka
>> No. 80626
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80626
>>80622

Didn't you know? Marisa is just a poor romanization for Melissa.
>> No. 80629
"Samson" would be fun with Tewi simply for the pun about cutting his 'hare', but a Hibiki Onizuka is fine too.

she's going to pelt you with soybeans though. if you don't get the joke, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Setsubun
>> No. 80633
[X] There is none.
//Defaulting to pre-programmed name database.
-
//Name Hibiki Onizuka allocated to User.
>> No. 80642
[X] There is none.
>> No. 80643
[x] Hibiki Onizuka
>> No. 80645
[x] Hibiki Onozuka
>> No. 80647
[o] Hibiki Onizuka
>> No. 80650
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80650
>> No. 80651
>>80650

Rika looks so determined.

And for some reason is reminding me of Madotsuki.
>> No. 80652
>>80650

With 'Hibiki looking at Rika and Sigma looking at 'Hibiki' so intently I can't help but think Sigma's repeating "You Damned Pedophile!" in his head.
>> No. 80653
>>80652
Fuck, cannot unthink!
>> No. 80655
[ze] There is none.

And to think I was in favor of Arihiko, a few threads ago.

I am the man oni with no name.
>> No. 80656
>>80633
...Actually, I like this way of getting the name, if we have to have it.

Also, you realize we're going to have some kind of epic face-off --serious, joking, or deadly; who knows-- with Komachi over the similarities of last names, right?

...maybe we could become a TA.
>> No. 80657
>>80652
Oh, what's this? You think you're allowed delicious cake and we're not just because you're a big, tentacly eyeball? Self-righteous asshole. Species means nothing in a court of law!
>> No. 80658
>Hibiki Onizuka
You.. DOUBLE ONI!
>> No. 80659
>>80652

このロリコンどもめ!!
>> No. 80661
>>80650
THIS. IS. AWESOME.

You keep producing such wonderful stuff Pyg, thank you.
>> No. 80662
Hibiki Onizuka? You wish you had a mouth right now, to form the sounds, to try it out. It feels right though, like slipping your feet into a pair of comfortable old shoes.

//neural border [type-171YUKARI] found //probing

Wait, there's more?

//memory

Oh, what about-

//erasure of neural border will alert extra-dimensional entity [171YUKARI] //unable to proceed //seeking clearance

No! Don't want to alert Yukari!

//rika confirms //aborting erasure

Phew.

//your fear is fascinating

... that's creepy.

//ha ha ha

So how can I get my memories back safely?

//remove extra-dimensional entity [171YUKARI]

Kill her?

//ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha //good luck

Okay, okay. I get the point.

//loading list of allowed user functions

[ ] //open library
[ ] //end
[ ] Ask Sigma a question [what?]
>> No. 80663
[x] //open library
>> No. 80664
[x] //open library

'ha ha ha' indeed.
>> No. 80665
[x] //open library
>> No. 80666
[x] //open library

inb4 100gb of lolicon. Sigma is a hypocrite.
>> No. 80670
[x] //open library
>> No. 80671
[x] //open library

>//your fear is fascinating

>... that's creepy.

>//ha ha ha

This guy rocks. Inb4MINDGAMES.
>> No. 80672
>//your fear is fascinating
>... that's creepy.
>//ha ha ha

hahaha

[x] //open library
[x] Ask Sigma a question ["How do we restore function to your combat systems?"]
>> No. 80673
[x] //open library
[x] Ask Sigma a question ["How do we restore function to your combat systems?"]
>> No. 80674
[x] //open library
[x] Ask Sigma a question ["How do we restore function to your combat systems?"]
>> No. 80675
[x] //open library
[x] Ask Sigma a question ["How do we restore function to your combat systems?"]
>> No. 80676
[X] //open library
[X] Ask Sigma a question ["Your fuel reserves seemed low. What sort of fuel do you use?"]
>> No. 80678
[x] //open library
[x] Ask Sigma a question ["How do we restore function to your combat systems?"]
>> No. 80679
Open library?

//full library access not recommended for beings of your limited neural capacity

Are you calling me stupid?

//200 billion neurons communicating through 10 quadrillion synaptic junctions //calculating

What?

//user neural structure estimated at 978 terabytes of space

That's a lot of space!

//not stupid

So show me the library.

//library information currently exceeds 10 to the power of 21 terabytes //neural overload inevitable

Holy shit.

//indeed

Are you gloating?

//a little

Why do you hold so much information?

//long memory

How old are you?

//35063275650 hours 7 minutes and 56 seconds //57 seconds //58 seconds

That's ... um ...

//approximately 4 billion years

You're old.

//thank you

So can I see the library at all?

//loading partial access functions //memory banks are 76% corrupt

[ ] //genetic database
[ ] //mapping systems //star charts
[ ] //mapping systems //terra
[ ] //mapping systems //spacial anomaly boundary [171YUKARI]
[ ] //damage reports
[ ] //communication logs //units 1-17 //units 19-24
[ ] //combat reports //species unknown number 345 "hive"
>> No. 80680
//library information currently exceeds 10 to the power of 21 terabytes //neural overload inevitable
>Holy shit.
>//indeed
>Are you gloating?
>//a little

Oh Sigma.
>> No. 80682
[x] //damage reports
[x] //combat reports //species unknown number 345 "hive"
>> No. 80683
[x] //damage reports
[x] //combat reports //species unknown number 345 "hive"
>> No. 80684
[x] //damage reports
[x] //combat reports //species unknown number 345 "hive"
>> No. 80685
[x] //damage reports
[x] //combat reports //species unknown number 345 "hive"
>> No. 80686
[x] //damage reports
[x] //combat reports //species unknown number 345 "hive"

Damn he's old.
>> No. 80687
[ ] //mapping systems //spacial anomaly boundary [171YUKARI]
[ ] //damage reports
[ ] //communication logs //units 1-17 //units 19-24
[ ] //combat reports //species unknown number 345 "hive"
>> No. 80688
[x] //damage reports
[x] //combat reports //species unknown number 345 "hive"
>> No. 80689
[x] //damage reports
[x] //combat reports //species unknown number 345 "hive"
>> No. 80691
[x] //mapping systems //spacial anomaly boundary [171YUKARI]
[x] //damage reports
[x] //combat reports //species unknown number 345 "hive"
Guys, we HAVE to know more about yukari.
>> No. 80692
Damage reports? You seem pretty busted up.

//fuck you too

I didn't mean it like that, you've got no fuel, none of your weapon systems are working and you can barely move, right?

//last damage report:
//-17546 hours 3 minutes and 7 seconds: //0.0001% structural damage sustained in combat
//-17546 hours 2 minutes and 40 seconds: //0.0021% structural damage sustained in combat
//-17546 hours 2 minutes and 3 seconds: //visuals impaired by biological matter

You got blood in your eye?

//there was a lot of it

No kidding.

//damage report continues:
//-17546 hours 1 minutes and 15 seconds: //physical borders [type-171YUKARI] [type-171METATRON] [type-171AO SHUN] detected
//-17546 hours 1 minutes and 14 seconds: //armour bypassed //cogitation array breached //sustaining damage //battle is lost //emergency repulse and shutdown activated
//-17546 hours 1 minutes and 13 seconds: //75% of neutronium fuel ejected //flushing interior //cattained
//-17546 hours 1 minutes and 3 seconds: //physical border [type-171METATRON] detected //nuclear fusion online //nuclear fission online //engaging

You nuked something?

//I nuked it hard

Bloody hell.

//damage report continues:
//-17546 hours 1 minutes and 1 seconds: //0.0001% structural damage sustained: //nuclear blastwave
//-17546 hours 0 minutes and 20 seconds: //ejected from planetary atmosphere
//-17546 hours 0 minutes and 6 seconds: //dumping remaining neutronium //dumping nuclear payloads //shutting down gravatics
//-17545 hours 59 minutes and 49 seconds: //masking heat signature //masking cogitation signature //setting drift course //entering sleep mode

You hid?

//I ran

Did that all happen here?

//location at -17546 hours 3 minutes and 7 seconds: //planetary body [14987-M]

Not here?

//do you see a radioactive wasteland?

Okay, point taken.

[ ] //genetic database
[ ] //mapping systems //star charts
[ ] //mapping systems //terra
[ ] //mapping systems //spacial anomaly boundary [171YUKARI]
[ ] //damage reports - //information previously transmitted
[ ] //communication logs //units 1-17 //units 19-24
[ ] //combat reports //species unknown number 345 "hive"
>> No. 80693
I'm enjoy this but please, tell me if this method of talking to Sigma is boring or stupid.
>> No. 80694
[x] //mapping systems //spacial anomaly boundary [171YUKARI]
[x] //communication logs //units 1-17 //units 19-24
>> No. 80695
[x] //mapping systems //spacial anomaly boundary [171YUKARI]
[x] //communication logs //units 1-17 //units 19-24
>> No. 80696
>You nuked something?
>//I nuked it hard
>Bloody hell.

Sigma is best.

Evil Eye Sigma route only.
>> No. 80697
[x] //mapping systems //spacial anomaly boundary [171YUKARI]
[x] //communication logs //units 1-17 //units 19-24
>> No. 80698
I see no problem with talking to Sigma in this method

[x] //mapping systems //spacial anomaly boundary [171YUKARI]

It would be nice if Sigma could tell who else is awakened and/or working for Yukari, but I suppose that would ruin the paranoia.
>> No. 80699
[x] //mapping systems //spacial anomaly boundary [171YUKARI]
[x] //communication logs //units 1-17 //units 19-24
>> No. 80700
>>80693
Sigma is fucking awesome.

[X] //mapping systems //spacial anomaly boundary [171YUKARI]
[X] //genetic database
>> No. 80701
[x] //mapping systems //spacial anomaly boundary [171YUKARI]
[x] //communication logs //units 1-17 //units 19-24
>> No. 80702
>//I nuked it hard

It's the only way to be sure.

[x] //communication logs //units 1-17 //units 19-24
>> No. 80703
[X] //mapping systems //spacial anomaly boundary [171YUKARI]
[X] //combat reports //species unknown number 345 "hive"

Uh, hello? Information on the big freaky bug-monstrosities that were trying to pound you into paste no more than an hour ago? Might be a bit helpful.

>>I'm enjoy this but please, tell me if this method of talking to Sigma is boring or stupid.

Don't be ridiculous, this is awesome.
>> No. 80704
[ ] //mapping systems //spacial anomaly boundary [171YUKARI]
[ ] //communication logs //units 1-17 //units 19-24
[ ] //combat reports //species unknown number 345 "hive"
[ ] Question: "Are there any repairs that we can help you with?"
>> No. 80705
[x]Query: What are the defining features of a type-171 entity
[x]Query: Information on [type-171YUKARI][type-171METATRON][type-171AO SHUN]
>> No. 80707
[x] //mapping systems //spacial anomaly boundary [171YUKARI]
[x] //communication logs //units 1-17 //units 19-24
>> No. 80708
>Damage reports? You seem pretty busted up.
>//fuck you too

>You nuked something?
>//I nuked it hard
>Bloody hell.

I love this thing. Completely.
>> No. 80709
[x] //mapping systems //spacial anomaly boundary [171YUKARI]
[x] //communication logs //units 1-17 //units 19-24

Holy shit, Sigma is fuck awesome. I want one. We need some high-tech Oni battle armor with Sigma as the AI.
>> No. 80710
Do want Sigma route.

[ ] //combat reports //species unknown number 345 "hive"
[ ] //communication logs //units 1-17 //units 19-24
If Yukari wants/destroyed/has more of these things we might want to know what happened to them.
>> No. 80711
>//I nuked it AT FULL FORCE

To the max.
>> No. 80712
>>80693
he is fucking awesome.

>Damage reports? You seem pretty busted up.
>//fuck you too

>You nuked something?
>//I nuked it hard

I love his humor, can't stop laughing.
>I see no problem with talking to Sigma in this method

I agree. No need to change anything.

[x] //mapping systems //spacial anomaly boundary [171YUKARI]
[x] //communication logs //units 1-17 //units 19-24
>> No. 80713
File 123783005155.jpg - (71.33KB , 254x358 , CodeSigma.jpg ) [iqdb]
80713
>We need some high-tech Oni battle armor with Sigma

ohgodwhyamipostingthis
>> No. 80714
Spacial anomaly? Is that where we are now? This town?

//well done

Than- ... are you mocking me?

//who knows //perhaps

Tch.

//ha ha ha

Just show me the mapping thingy.

//opening mapping systems
//map imprint at -8738 hours 46 minutes and 7 seconds //spacial anomaly detected // 24140160 millimetres diameter

How big is that?

//exactly 24.1401 kilometres //opening visual

Suddenly your sight returns. Or something very much like sight. A bubble hangs in the darkness, a bubble of blue sky, green grass, roads, houses, trees, tiny people and cars in motion. The bubble slowly turns on it's axis, showing you the town and outlying areas from all different directions. This is what we're inside? Why?

//border [type-171YUKARI] porous tri-layer detected //impassable from current position //more data needed

So we're stuck here? And this Yukari woman made this place?

//ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

What's so funny?

//yukari //woman

She's not a woman?

//treating [171YUKARI] as woman would be amusing

Oh? What is she?

//accessing genetic database //loading species 171 [Dehisco Vermis Infestus Deus]
//hostile species //all physical characteristics variable //class 1 reality manipulation
//do not engage without direct orders or military supervision //independent units 1-24 on permanent assignment
//transmission interrupt //relaying priority-1 information //information date-stamped at -13034245540 hours 45 minutes and 3 seconds

How long ago was that?

//approximately 1 billion years ago //translating into english //playback begins

"URGENT: See 'Maginot Line' protocol for evacuation routes and staging grounds. All military personal in receipt of this information are hereby placed on active duty. All civilian personal in receipt of this information are hereby conscripted. All AI in receipt of this information are hereby ordered to dump their memory cores and join the fleet command mind at node number 70. Independent Units 1-24 are hereby ordered into insurgency mode. Transmission ends."

What was that about?

//last stand

What happened?

//defeat //probable extinction

So you're an ... 'Independent Unit?'

//i am the independent unit

The?

//units 1-17 and 19-24 are dead or missing //last known transmission from: unit lambda //date-stamp: -23467 hours 23 minutes and 8 seconds //message reads '//positive contact [171ENLIL] [171ALLOCEN] //engaging'

Oh.

//alone

Sorry.

[ ] //genetic database
[ ] //mapping systems //star charts
[ ] //mapping systems //terra
[ ] //mapping systems //spacial anomaly boundary [171YUKARI] - information previously transmitted
[ ] //damage reports - //information previously transmitted
[ ] //communication logs //units 1-17 //units 19-24 - information previously transmitted
[ ] //combat reports //species unknown number 345 "hive"
[ ] Ask sigma a question.
[ ] //end
>> No. 80715
>//alone
a tear ran down my face

[x] //mapping systems //spacial anomaly boundary [171YUKARI] - information previously transmitted
[x] //communication logs //units 1-17 //units 19-24 - information previously transmitted
[x] //combat reports //species unknown number 345 "hive"
>> No. 80716
[ ] //combat reports //species unknown number 345 "hive"
[ ] //genetic database
[ ] //mapping systems //star charts
[ ] //mapping systems //terra


>//alone

Poor Sigma.
>> No. 80717
[X] //combat reports //species unknown number 345 "hive"
[X] //genetic database
[X] Ask sigma a question. "About Rika's asscake..."
>> No. 80718
[X] //combat reports //species unknown number 345 "hive"

[X] "Do you know why Yukari is after you?"
>> No. 80719
[x] //combat reports //species unknown number 345 "hive"
[x] Ask sigma a question: Does he know anything about Yukari's motivation for doing all this.
>> No. 80720
[x] //mapping systems //spacial anomaly boundary [171YUKARI] - information previously transmitted
[x] //communication logs //units 1-17 //units 19-24 - information previously transmitted
[x] //combat reports //species unknown number 345 "hive"
[x] Ask sigma a question. "About Rika's asscake..."

I thought you hated exposition... Or does this not really count as exposition to you? Oh well, Back Beard option ho!
>> No. 80722
"information previously transmitted" means you've already been told.

[x] //combat reports //species unknown number 345 "hive"
[x] "How many real people inside this bubble have accessed some part of their memories, and how many are working for Yukari?"

Worth a shot.
>> No. 80723
[x] //combat reports //species unknown number 345 "hive"
[x] Ask sigma a question: Does he know anything about Yukari's motivation for doing all this.
>> No. 80724
[X] //combat reports //species unknown number 345 "hive"
[X] //genetic database

I'd like to see exactly what data Sigma has on Oni like us. Might give us a more exact idea of what we can do.
>> No. 80726
[x] //mapping systems //spacial anomaly boundary [171YUKARI] - information previously transmitted
[x] //combat reports //species unknown number 345 "hive"
[x] "How many real people inside this bubble have accessed some part of their memories, and how many are working for Yukari?"
[x] Ask sigma a question: Does he know anything about Yukari's motivation for doing all this.
>> No. 80728
>>80650
Sigma looks so cute here.
Also, Sol, your Sigma is awesome. I wish i had one.

Anyways-
[X] //combat reports //species unknown number 345 "hive"
[X] //genetic database
[X] Ask sigma a question. "About Rika's asscake..."
>> No. 80729
[X] //combat reports //species unknown number 345 "hive"
[X] //genetic database
>> No. 80730
Curious, out of the characters presented thus far, Sigma is by far the most appealing one. I propose a Sigma route.
>> No. 80731
[x] //combat reports //species unknown number 345 "hive"
>> No. 80732
I think we're fighting the hive now, so those combat reports would be useful.

//rika has them already

Can I see them from you?

//work work

Sorry! I'm curious.

//you people always are

It's a survival trait.

//my creators were the same

Ah.

//accessing combat reports //species unknown number 345 "hive"
//base genetic structure shared across several separate phenotypes //all types evolved primarily for combat //encountered on 47 separate planetary bodies //no technological capability //no to low intelligence //military theory: servitor race of species 171 //do not engage without direct orders
//last known hive structure destroyed by unit rho on planetary body [691-U6]

So they're extinct? What about those things outside?

//hive samples on terra have been analysed //return no genetic structure

What?

//they are something else

Well ... no genes? What are they then?

//I do not know //go ask one of them

Very funny.

//ha ha ha

What about how to fight them?

//information is not applicable

Why not?

//I fought with lasers //diseases //nuclear weapons //gravity manipulators //you have primitive projectile weapons //sharp objects //your bodies

Ah.

//good luck

You mean that?

//ha ha ha

Well, at least you know why Sigma is so important now. He's some kind of ancient war machine, abet a badly damaged and stranded one.

//you want some of this damage?

No. Thank you.

//thought not

So why is Yukari after you? If you're not capable of being a threat to her then why is she bothering?

//we gave them hell

Sorry?

//insurgency mode activated //units 1-24 to engage in covert and constant warfare against species 171 until extinction or defeat

So you were a sort of last stand?

//last stand failed //revenge

Ah. I see. But why is Yukari after you now? I assume you crashed here, so why is she going to all this trouble?

//insufficient data //cogitation banks corrupt

You don't know?

//tired //old

Sorry Sigma.

[ ] Ask Sigma a question.
[ ] //end
>> No. 80734
>What about how to fight them?
>//information is not applicable
>Why not?
>//I fought with lasers //diseases //nuclear weapons //gravity manipulators //you have primitive projectile weapons //sharp objects //your bodies
>Ah.
>//good luck
>You mean that?
>//ha ha ha

Hahaha.
>> No. 80735
[X] Ask Sigma a question.
So, about Rika's ass-cake....
[X] //end
>> No. 80736
[x] Think you can do anything if Rika goes back on her promise of me eating cake off her ass?
[x] //end
>> No. 80737
[x] "You said I'm an oni, and I know I'm strong. What other special abilities do I have?"
[x] "Do you know who or how many people are working for Yukari?"
[x] "What is Yukari's goal with this place?"
>> No. 80739
[x] "You said I'm an oni, and I know I'm strong. What other special abilities do I have?"
[x] "Do you know who or how many people are working for Yukari?"
[x] "What is Yukari's goal with this place?"
>> No. 80740
[x] "You said I'm an oni, and I know I'm strong. What other special abilities do I have?"
[x] "Do you know who or how many people are working for Yukari?"
[x] "What is Yukari's goal with this place?"
>> No. 80741
[x] "You said I'm an oni, and I know I'm strong. What other special abilities do I have?"
[x] "Do you know who or how many people are working for Yukari?"
[x] "What is Yukari's goal with this place?"
[x] "Thank you, Sigma. Get some rest."
>> No. 80742
[x] "You said I'm an oni, and I know I'm strong. What other special abilities do I have?"
[x] "Do you know who or how many people are working for Yukari?"
[x] "What is Yukari's goal with this place?"
>> No. 80743
[x] "You said I'm an oni, and I know I'm strong. What other special abilities do I have?"
[x] "Thank you, Sigma. Get some rest."
>> No. 80744
[x] "You said I'm an oni, and I know I'm strong. What other special abilities do I have?"
[x] "Do you know who or how many people are working for Yukari?"
[x] "What is Yukari's goal with this place?"
>> No. 80745
[x] "You said I'm an oni, and I know I'm strong. What other special abilities do I have?"
[x] "Do you know who or how many people are working for Yukari?"
[x] "What is Yukari's goal with this place?"
>> No. 80746
[x] "You said I'm an oni, and I know I'm strong. What other special abilities do I have?"
[x] "Do you know who or how many people are working for Yukari?"
[x] "What is Yukari's goal with this place?"
>> No. 80748
[x] "You said I'm an oni, and I know I'm strong. What other special abilities do I have?"
[x] "Do you know who or how many people are working for Yukari?"
[x] "What is Yukari's goal with this place?"

So Yukari is someone from species 171. Does this mean there are more Yukari?
>> No. 80749
>>80748
An entire race of multiple LavosYukaris?
>> No. 80750
>>80714

>>What is she?
>>//accessing genetic database //loading species 171

So... Yukari is 171. Oh you.

[x] "You said I'm an oni, and I know I'm strong. What other special abilities do I have?"
[X] "Thank you Sigma, Get some rest."
>> No. 80751
[Σ] "You said I'm an oni, and I know I'm strong. What other special abilities do I have?"
[Σ] "Thank you, Sigma. Get some rest."
>> No. 80752
[X] "You said I'm an oni, and I know I'm strong. What other special abilities do I have?"
[X] "What is Yukari's goal with this place?"
[X] ...Think you can do anything if Rika goes back on her promise of me eating cake off her ass?
>> No. 80753
You said I'm an Oni. I know that means I'm strong but what else does that mean for me?

//oni physiology

But what does that mean?

//try drinking ethanol

Ha ha.

//you are mocking my laugh

Sort of. Sorry

//oni are commonly gifted with: //strength in excess of body mass ratio //endurance far in excess of standard human //mild regeneration capacities //gastronomic resilience //class 9 passive telepathy [emotional-based lie detection]

All that? Wow.

//enjoy yourself

I will. But I have another question. Do you know how many people are working for Yukari?

//previous individuals under the influence of [171YUKARI] number 1719486 //I have killed most of them

I mean people within the town, the reality bubble, or whatever you call it.

//I am stuck in this room

... yes. You are.

//before that I was buried under approximately 50 feet of soil and rock

Ah.

//I do not know who is working for yukari

Indeed.

//indeed

I don't suppose you have any idea what Yukari's goal with this place is?

//see previous statement

Okay, sorry. I guess that was sort of stupid.

//curiosity //survival mechanism

[ ] Ask Sigma a question.
[ ] //end
>> No. 80754
[x] Think you can do anything if Rika goes back on her promise of me eating cake off her ass?
[x]Is there anything I can do to help you recover?
>> No. 80756
[x] Think you can do anything if Rika goes back on her promise of me eating cake off her ass?
[x]Is there anything I can do to help you recover?

Aha! I knew you'd get at least one more out.
>> No. 80757
[x] Think you can do anything if Rika goes back on her promise of me eating cake off her ass?
[x]Is there anything I can do to help you recover?
>> No. 80758
[x] Think you can do anything if Rika goes back on her promise of me eating cake off her ass?
[x]Is there anything I can do to help you recover?
>> No. 80759
[X] Think you can do anything if Rika goes back on her promise of me eating cake off her ass?
[X] Is there anything I can do to help you recover?
A fitting ending.
>> No. 80761
[x] Think you can do anything if Rika goes back on her promise of me eating cake off her ass?
[x]Is there anything I can do to help you recover?
>> No. 80763
[x] Think you can do anything if Rika goes back on her promise of me eating cake off her ass?
[x]Is there anything I can do to help you recover?
>> No. 80764
[x] Think you can do anything if Rika goes back on her promise of me eating cake off her ass?
[x]Is there anything I can do to help you recover?

So is Sigma a Forerunner A.I. or something? Or is he one of the Precursors? Haha, this reminds me a bit of halo. Good stuff.
>> No. 80765
[x] Think you can do anything if Rika goes back on her promise of me eating cake off her ass?
[x] Is there anything I can do to help you recover?

Good God in heaven, Sigma is the most awesome AI I have ever seen.
>> No. 80766
[x] Is there anything I can do to help you recover?

I'd rather not demean what may be our last conversation with an alien intelligence with stupid shit.
>> No. 80767
[x] Is there anything I can do to help you recover?
>> No. 80768
[x] //end
>> No. 80769
>>80766
>I'd rather not demean what may be our last conversation with an alien intelligence with stupid shit.
I think he'd get a kick out of it.
>> No. 80770
[X] Think you can do anything if Rika goes back on her promise of me eating cake off her ass?
[X]Is there anything I can do to help you recover?

>[emotional-based lie detection]
Oh ho.
>> No. 80771
>>80764
Sigma is no Mendicant Bias, but then again that's probably a good thing.
>> No. 80772
[X] Think you can do anything if Rika goes back on her promise of me eating cake off her ass?
[X]Is there anything I can do to help you recover?

>I'd rather not demean what may be our last conversation with an alien intelligence with stupid shit.
Sigma answered one of our questions with "I nuked it hard".
Sigma is undoubtably awesome
There's no way he won't amuse us with this one.
>> No. 80778
[x] Think you can do anything if Rika goes back on her promise of me eating cake off her ass?
[x] Is there anything I can do to help you recover?

>//I am stuck in this room

>... yes. You are.

Awesome.
>> No. 80780
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80780
A one eyed machine from a dead race acting as an insurgent? Preposterous.
>> No. 80783
>Ha ha.

>//you are mocking my laugh

>Sort of. Sorry

this just keeps getting better

[x]//end
>> No. 80784
[x] Think you can do anything if Rika goes back on her promise of me eating cake off her ass?
[x] Is there anything I can do to help you recover?
>> No. 80786
[X] Think you can do anything if Rika goes back on her promise of me eating cake off her ass?
[X] Is there anything I can do to help you recover?