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Last time on PirateQuest…

After leaving behind the wreckage of the Lilliput, the party continued onward on their journey to Agyl Island, passing a journey of four days in relatively peaceful weather. That is, until they reached the waters just outside the island's perimeter. There, circling the island, they beheld a colossal storm, with dark and tumultuous clouds that surged high into the sky. As the party attempted to reach the island, they were beset by a cohort of Squall-beasts, monsters made of clouds that resembled creatures like seagulls, tigers, elephants and dragons.

The party braved the assault as their two ships flew onward to Agyl, but the beasts proved powerful, causing severe damage to all the crew with even just a scrap of the lightning that sparked and flew off their bodies. All seemed to be going well, until the final push to make it to the eye of the storm, the patch of clear sky above Agyl Island, into which no Squall-beast dared to fly. A tidal wave rose up, spurred on by the Squall-beasts' charge, and propelled the ships forward, nearly knocking them stern over bow. Most held on to the ratlines and railings, but Cloud was launched from the deck, and collided head-on with the foremast. With a sickening crunch, he flew head-first into one of the crossbeams, which drove a loose nail partway into his eye. By a miracle, the wound was not fatal, but despite Alder's best efforts to restore his severely shattered skull, his eye was beyond saving.

Neither Alder, Godot nor Sickly Sweet had the equipment to restore Cloud's vision. So now, as the party docks into Agyl Island, the crews are in a rush to find a doctor who might be able to fix his annihilated eye.
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 No.720136

>>720134
"H-hey," Professor Shrimp mutters, nervously looking to and fro from within the bottle. "…We're just talking… jail, right? I'll get a fair trial and all that? Due process, I trust?"

 No.720137

>>720133
"Just a moment." She turns the saddlebags over in her hooves a few times, trying to discern its magical properties, then goes to get her injuries treated by Sweet.
[1d10] Identify

Roll #1 4 = 4

 No.720138

>>720133
>>720135
"Thanks Alder. Glad you showed up. Not entirely sure if I could've made it back all too well on my own."

 No.720139

>>720136
"We shall see," she replies coldly. "Your chances of survival may be significantly higher if you hold your tongue."

 No.720140

>>720133
>>720134
>>720137
Alder frowns a little bit as he looks up from Cloud Shear and at the shrimp, before cocking his head to the side "A… shrimp caused all of this? T-The ribcage is bizarre… Anywho. It seems like more or less everyone, so I'll get to work on a few more remedies. Please come over if you've been hurt. And… I can heal someone up quicker if they do not mind the rather… unsettling method." he remarks, holding up the magic knife.

>>720138
"Apologies for not coming sooner, Mister Cloud. I am glad to be able to help now, at least."

 No.720141

>>720128
Alder lets out a startled screech, before shaking his head a little and offering a nervous smile. "G-Good to see you, Miss Cerulean! M-Maybe do not pull the trigger, though?"

 No.720142

>>720133
Cerulean kinda has a 'staring off into space' kind of stare as all this information comes rushing into her head. She shakes her head as Cane begins to get mad.
"Nope. Never held a working gun in my life," she replies happily.
"But…are they suppose to give you all this smarts stuff when you shoot things?" Her hoof is still on the trigger, safety not on, and the gun is uneasily level at around everyone else's height.

>>720133
>>720141
"Oh, its fine. It was only the ceiling," she replies.
"But hey, you guys mind checking on Cloud? I think he got really hurt by the thing that made that hole," she says, pointing the gun at the hole like it was some pointer tool, accidentally firing another shot into said hole.

 No.720143

>>720140
"Indeed. Though, he was not always a shrimp. It is complicated. In any case, we-"

>>720142
>>720128
"Would you STOP that?!" Thessaly suddenly yells, completely losing her composure.

 No.720144

>>720140
>>720137
>>720138
Alder and Sweet get to work applying first aid to your injuries, cleaning and wrapping up cuts, and applying poultices and soothing balms to bruises. Sweet also passes out a piece of taffy to everyone for behaving themselves during treatment.
>You all regain full H/W

The only one they don't treat is Granny, who doesn't get in line. Just as they approach her to treat her injuries, they bubble and boil like a cauldron upon the flame, and when the bubbling is done, her body is good as new. "'Preciate the offer, but ain't necessary," Granny says.
"Ooooh…kay," Sweet says.

>>720137
You identify the bag as a kind of vast improvement upon the standard Saddlebag of Holding that so many adventurers find indispensible.

>The Secured Bag

>This enchanted saddlebag can apparently hold an infinite amount of weight, and feels as though it weighs only 1/4th of the contents inside. The bag's contents also cannot be scried or identified from the outside with magic or Aura, except on rolls of 10 or higher. The bag's opening can be expanded to a diameter of 50 meters, and if the drawstrings are pulled, it can be shrunk down to the size of a coin, making it easier to hide.
>This was a tool of a certain lesser god of thieving, whose true name has been lost to time. Though the god's name may have been forgotten, it lives on, in the form of tales about thieves who disguise themselves as innocuous animals, like monkeys or birds, to escape unseen with their treasure.

>>720139
All of Shrimp's bravado and villainous charisma from earlier has dried up, and the bottle radiates his anxiety. He shuts his trap, but that seems to do little to aid his growing fears. Cane Shuga looks at him with a growing expression of concern.

>>720142
>>720140
>>720139
>>720138
Squatz, Chiu, Sweet and Cane Shuga hit the deck with various yelps of alarm as Cerulean breaks yet another vital tenet of gun safety and sweeps the muzzle across the room, pointing at everyone.

Granny, having no reaction to the gun, examines it more closely. "Nae, guns usually just leave people full of holes, but that one barely even singed the cave ceilin'. Definitely ain't a standard gun, so let me see if Ah can't get a read on its enchantment…" [1d10+1]

Roll #1 10 + 1 = 11

 No.720145

>>720142
>>720144
>"Half the Battle"
>Weapon type: Ranged, Magitech (Beam)
>Beam-type Magitech Weapons cause an additional Wound on hit, in addition to other effects. On crit, they cause the Burn status effect
>"Half the Battle" has two settings: Knowledge and Killing. When tuned to the "Knowledge" setting, its attacks deal no damage, but instead transmit various information about whatever they hit to the wielder, akin to a roll with the Appraise skill. "Knowledge" rolls are Instant. When tuned to "Killing," the beams damage their target like normal. These rolls are considered Normal actions, not Instant.
>Both "Knowledge" and "Killing" beams look identical. Perhaps that can be used somehow?
>This weapon was Professor Shrimp's senior thesis, and it's what got him kicked out of the first university. He then finished his bachelor's upon Agyl Island, and pursued his master's at the College of the Stormfall.

 No.720146

>>720144
"Ah… hmm. W-Well, that's interesting. I am glad it is not necessary, then…" the griffon says, a little dumbstruck.

 No.720147

>>720144
Cloud sits up after his treatment is done, feeling much better, though still worn from the day. He pops the taffy in his mouth, chewing on it and enjoying the snack.

"So, what's the plan now?"

 No.720148

>>720143
"Sorry! I'm still learning this thing!" She says, the gun pointing at Thess.

>>720144
>>720145
Cerulean moves her hooves away from the trigger as that shot went off, she gets treated, and Granny examines the gun.
"So…what you're saying is…I don't have to go to libraries anymore if I need to learn something?" She pauses as she ruminates on this a bit.
"I think I'll still go. This doesn't have pop up pictures. But at least it doesn't hurt if I wanna know more."

 No.720149

>>720144
She recoils a little as Granny heals herself, nodding to Sweet and Alder with a muttered thanks as her injuries are healed. "Curious, that knife…"

She is very pleased with her new bag, transferring all her equipment into it and strapping it to her side.

>>720148
"It's not rocket science!" she exclaims in alarm, ducking out of the way. "Are you trying to get us all killed?!"

 No.720150

>>720147
Despite the treatments, you're left with a faint, ringing headache, concentrated in the right half of your head, but dully felt all through your head.
"Turn him in to the authorities, explain the situation, and get the reward," Granny says. "Ah miss anything?"
"Oh, we should take a picture for evidence!" Chiu says. "Where's your camera?"

>>720146
"Nice to meet you too," says the shrimp imprisoned within the bottle, in a clear voice, one racked with anxiety. "…I'd set up a better welcome for you, maybe some pitfall traps, spike ceilings, mimic treasure chests… but as you can see, I'm a little deposed at the moment. I suppose I'll be going to jail now, brought low by these adventurers."

>>720148
After her explanation, Granny points at the stock where "Half the Battle" is engraved. "Looks like it. Wonder if ye could read a whole book just by shootin' it, but Ah wouldn't find that enjoyable one wit. Nothin's gonna replace readin' for me. Still, this should be proper useful in a fight. Could help ye identify which of the foe's gonna be the biggest threat."

>>720149
>>720148
>>720147
>>720146
Briefly, Granny fills in Cane Shuga and Sickly Sweet about the details of the lab, the fight, and all of Shrimp's villainous monologue, to get them up to speed on what they missed. Sweet seems disturbed, and heads deeper in to check in on the remnants of Shrimp's would-be army. "Just give me a moment, I'll treat the injuries left by those… brain things, whatver they were," he says.
"When you're all ready, we should go…" Cane says, looking nervous himself. "My gut's giving me all kinds of bad feelings about this place. I just… can't quite place it."

 No.720151

>>720150
Alder sticks his tongue out at the shrimp, and ignores him.


"A-All of that? Really? W-Well, goodness. I'm glad you all came out as well as you did. That sounds quite horrible, indeed… a-anywho- let us go, yes?"

 No.720152

>>720150
She adjusts the straps on her new bag. "I am ready to leave when everyone else is. We have much to do still."

 No.720153

>>720150
"Think you got everything there Granny."
Cloud says, looking ot Chiu at her breakthrough idea.
"Oh yea. I was so beat I didn't even consider that. Photographic evidence will show everything we'd need for the bounty!"
Cloud stands up, pulling out his camera and taking pictures of the cave, making sure to get the machines, the kidnapped kikral, the shrimp, the qurupeco and the device on it's head, and the devices that were used for the kikral before being removed.

 No.720154

>>720149
"No? Why would I do that?"

>>720150
"Yeah, that does sound pretty useful. Don't wanna go biting something that'll give me an upset stomach later."

Once Cerulean is all bandaged up, and everyone stops worrying about her pointing the gun around all willy nilly, she nods.
"Yup! I'm all set to go. Cause now we gotta help Thess out with her thing."

 No.720155

>>720152
>>720153
>>720154
"What should we do about the qurupeco? It doesn't seem… hostile. Should I mend it?"

 No.720156

>>720155
Cloud shrugs, taking another picture.
"I dunno. Didn't seem like it did anything bad, it was all the shrimp. Probably be good to patch him up to make him more calm after everything that went on here."

 No.720157

>>720152
>>720151
>>720153
>>720154
While Cloud gathers photographic evidence to make their case to the guards, Squatz, Granny, Sweet and Cane help to round up the remnants of Shrimp's army. By now, most of the captives can walk steadily enough that they don't need help, and the monsters that were among the army are fairly docile and sluggish that they don't present much of a threat. The qurupeco follows behind, still injured, but seeming relaxed now that you have defused the situation.

Since you can't get out the way you came in, due to the sheer rock walls that surrounded the upper cave entrance, you take a moment to explore the cave's other winding paths, in search of an exit. Suddenly eager to please, and still quietly panicking, Professor Shrimp is eager to please, and gives you directions through the cave's many winding tunnels, until you see the light of day once more, spilling in at the end of a tunnel.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNYydvw13LM

Once outside, you are warmed by the late afternoon sunlight, finding yourselves overlooking a road about midway through the mountain landscape, perched on a small plateau. Now that you're out here, it shouldn't be too hard to find your way back to Manenhi. The exhaustion of the day begins to catch up with you, coupled with hunger, now that you're out of the danger of the filthy cave.

Squatz yawns and stretches in the light. "That was fun… next adventure when?" he asks sleepily.

 No.720158

>>720155
"Yeah, I'd patch the poor guy up. He's very nice and likes to sing. I feel kinda bad for hitting and biting it earlier, but we had to get that jerk shrimp out."

 No.720159

>>720156
>>720158
"Hmm… alright, then." the griffon says, slowly approaching the qurupeco and offering a smile. "If you would not mind, I can tend to your injuries."

>>720157
"Perhaps tomorrow? I think this has been a busy enough day."

 No.720160

>>720157
Cloud tucks all the photos away, remembering to use this camera more often in the future.

Once they step outside, Cloud covers his eye as they finally come out into the light.
"Bit later than I thought. This was quite a journey, wasn't it?"

 No.720161

>>720154
"Just… Please stop shooting." She rubs her temples in frustration. "Why do I feel like you're going to be the death of me."

>>720155
"It is just a base animal. Do what you will."

>>720157
"Soon," she answers Squatz. "Tomorrow, perhaps. It has been a long day. Let us deal with the belligerent crustacean and be done with it."

 No.720162

>>720161
>>720160
>>720159
>>720158
The qurupeco backs away at first, but eventually lets Alder tend to its many injuries, healing it up. By the end of it, you feel it looking at you appreciatively. It pecks you on the head softly, and you get the feeling that that's about as close a gesture of gratitude as it can give. Then, a spark of intelligence appears in its eyes, and it hugs you, replicating the gesture Cerulean taught it. Your allies are caught a little off guard, but accept it, as they seem to have no choice in the matter.

>>720161
"Deal with, hmm?" Professor Shrimp chimes in, still as anxious as ever. "And to be clear, that means–"
"That means dipping sauce!" Squatz says with a vindictive laugh, derisively mocking Shrimp's nyeh-heh-heh style laugh.
"Knock that off," Cane says, tapping his hoof nervously. "It's a bad idea to kick someone when they're down."

Shrimp's eye twitches, and the water in the bottle bubbles as he starts to breathe more heavily.

https://youtu.be/zGMgoPBNaP4

>Paused

 No.720222

Last time on PirateQuest…

The battle against Professor Shrimp was brief, yet fierce, and nearly turned deadly after Shrimp used the powers of the Qurupeco to summon a Strykewyrm, which gravely injured the party. But, after Cloud's quick thinking and Cerulean's quick acting, they ended the fight decisevely by turning Shrimp ethereal using the cursed janbiya, the Tooth of Sa'eer. When he was about to turn physical again, they stuffed him into the magic messenger bottle to ensure he could not escape.

Around this time, Alder, along with Cane Shuga and Sickly Sweet of the Beesting crew, caught up with the party, and helped to treat everyone's injuries. After spending some time catching up on the events of the day, they exited Professor Shrimp's underground lair, emerging from a cave mouth onto a ravine. Their discussion of what to do with Professor Shrimp, particularly Squatz's cruel mockeries, had left the Professor greatly disturbed…

 No.720223

>Everyone
The qurupeco backs away at first, but eventually lets Alder tend to its many injuries, healing it up. By the end of it, you feel it looking at you appreciatively. It pecks you on the head softly, and you get the feeling that that's about as close a gesture of gratitude as it can give. Then, a spark of intelligence appears in its eyes, and it hugs you, replicating the gesture Cerulean taught it. Your allies are caught a little off guard, but accept it, as they seem to have no choice in the matter.

>Thessaly

"Deal with, hmm?" Professor Shrimp chimes in, still as anxious as ever. "And to be clear, that means–"
"That means dipping sauce!" Squatz says with a vindictive laugh, derisively mocking Shrimp's nyeh-heh-heh style laugh.
"Knock that off," Cane says, tapping his hoof nervously. "It's a bad idea to kick someone when they're down."

Shrimp's eye twitches, and the water in the bottle bubbles as he starts to breathe more heavily.

https://youtu.be/zGMgoPBNaP4

 No.720227

>>720223
Alder lets out a soft giggle at the friendly gestures from the qurupeco, and flutters up to pat it on the head. "I am glad you are feeling better. Stay safe, yes?"

 No.720228

>>720227
"Are we just letting that thing go?" Squatz asks, then lowers his voice and leans in. "We could probably get a high price for it on the Black Market."

The qurupeco doesn't seem to hear him, but eyes him suspiciously.

 No.720229

>>720228
"Mmm, I think we should leave it be. We can get money other ways, yes? I rather like this one, too." the griffon remarks, offering a soft shrug.

 No.720230

>>720228
"Mmm, I think we should leave it be. We can get money other ways, yes? I rather like this one, too." the griffon remarks, offering a soft shrug.

 No.720231

>>720230
"I'm with him," Sweet says, clapping you on the shoulder as he eyes Squatz. "Doesn't do well to betray someone for no reason, even a wild monster."
"'Betray'?" Squatz asks. "Eeeeasy there, guy, save the poetics for the dramatic moments."
Sweet clicks his tongue and mutters something under his breath about poetry.

 No.720232

>>720223
"Dipping sauce is not such a bad idea," she says with a wry smile. "Or perhaps we should serve him simmered, with cream and garlic." She notices Shrimp getting worked up a bit, and shakes the bottle a little so he knocks it off.

"In any case. We should not linger. We have a job to do."

 No.720233

>>720232
"What now? Will you turn the shrimp in for a bounty? I assume that, while the job was for the Qurupeco, the Shrimp would suffice?"

 No.720234

>>720223
>>720232
"I dunno. Just one shrimp doesn't sound appetizing. Plus, I don't exactly feel right killing him. I can't really explain why, maybe its just indigestion, but something doesn't feel right with me…."

 No.720235

>>720233
She nods. "The bounty was on the bird. But we have gathered more than enough evidence to prove this insect's guilt."

>>720234
"Perhaps not for us," she muses, giving Bran an affectionate scratch behind the ears.

 No.720236

>>720235
>>720234
>>720233
>>720232
Cane Shuga's breathing begins to speed up and get shallow, and Shrimp's eyes widen, allowing you to see the whites as he goes full-on whale-eye. Adding to this is the fact that Bran is now hungrily eyeing the bottle, which Shrimp clearly notices. Shaking the bottle doesn't seem to subdue him at all, and in fact seems to upset him more. The faintest movements around his mouth can be seen, and it appears he's muttering something under his breath, though his voice is no more than an inaudible, shaky whisper.

Chiu turns and takes Cloud by the shoulder, who can still walk, but is holding his temple with one hoof, his eyes scrunched up with pain, as apparently his headache is getting worse. Granny claps her hooves. "Alright, then, let's get a move on while we still got enough sunlight to make it our way home."

You set off down the rocky ravine path which leads westward, as Manenhi now lies to the southwest. Having not been around this part of the mountain before, you'll need to roll to find your way back among all the mountain's dips and turns.

 No.720238

>>720235
>>720236
"Ah, good. Let us head on back, yes?" he suggests, stretching his wings a little and smiling. "N-Next time, I will make sure to come along on any other hunts such as this. Better safe than sorry."

 No.720239

>>720235
>>720236
Cerulean gives a shrug.
"Well, guess that's why there's always a bigger fish," she remarks and lets the others decide Shrimp's fate.

Meanwhile, she'll try and help everyone navigate as best as her Cloud-given size increase can.

[1d10+1]

Roll #1 5 + 1 = 6

 No.720241

>>720236
She frowns at Shuga's reaction. "Are you feeling well?" she asks with slight concern.

-

She frowns as she traverses the harsh rocky path, doing her best to follow what roads may have been laid out by previous travelers in an effort to get back to town.

[1d10]

Roll #1 10 = 10

 No.720242

>>720241
His brow is knotted, and a shadow shrouds his eyes, giving them an intense atmosphere. "I've always been able to sense when danger's around. Ambushes by pirates, pitfall traps in the jungle, spoiled food I'm about to eat, daggers hidden in coats… and this guy's setting off all the alarms in my head," Shuga whispers.

Shrimp's gaze, sharp as a poisoned dagger, is focused back on his laboratory. "I… I want…" he mutters shakily.

>>720238
>>720239
>>720241
Taking care to find old traders' tracks, Thessaly and Cerulean lead the way back around the mountainside, avoiding patches of loose rock and keeping a careful watch as you shimmy single-file along narrow paths overlooking sheer cliffs. Along the way, Cerulean gets a call: It's the repair-spider, with whom she left her Beetlebands! They're all fixed and ready for delivery. He even tuned their instruments for them.

After a long trek through the winding mountain, you eventually reach that uncanny, artificial-looking forest. As you look down to the southwest, you see, as you are on a hill, the gates of Manenhi in the distance beyond the trees. The late afternoon sun warms you, and you're all definitely feeling the events of the day catch up with you. With everything you've accomplished, a bite to eat, a drink to cool you down, and a bath to clean you off are all in order once you're done here.

"Alright!" Chiu says. "Where're we dropping him off, anyhow?"
"While we were getting our selling and shopping done, we passed by House Maize's Customs Office," Sweet says. "The Gaol and Constable's Barracks are just across the street."

 No.720245

>>720242
She frowns, looking down at Shrimp. "You believe he has a card up his sleeve, so to speak?" she asks quietly, taking the situation seriously.

-

She is inwardly pleased to finally be close to civilization again. "To the Barracks, then. This will not take long." She begins heading pointedly towards the location Sweet described, trying to orient herself once she enters Manenhi.
[1d10] if needed

Roll #1 5 = 5

 No.720246

>>720242
Cerulean gives a big sigh of relief as everything seems to be coming together nicely. Her stomach growls, but her ears still perk at Shrimp's mutterings.
"Hmm? What'cha want? I'd say ask now before you go wherever you're going."

 No.720248

>>720242
>Thief's Intuition [1d10] (If Applicable, insight if not. Is there something he might be hiding?

"Oh, to this Gaol then? Alright, let us not waste time. It is already rather late in the day."

Roll #1 1 = 1

 No.720249

>>720245
"No, just the opposite, and that's even worse," Shuga continues. "I know his type… someone like him has to plan things out from beginning to end. When something goes wrong, whenever they have a variable they didn't account for, and they don't have a contingency, that's when they're likely to do something drastic."

>>720245
>>720246
>>720248
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R5yLqkO4Cp4

"I want…" Shrimp repeats between hyperventilations. "I want… I want to live. A true warlord, a good villain, he's not undone just by a single setback. H-He's always got a Plan B! When defeated, he moves onto the next fight! When his schemes are foiled, he rolls out the next one! When he's captured, he escapes, even if it's cheap or dirty… that's what I was trying earlier with my fake surrender that you didn't take. If the villain doesn't fight til the end, did he even want to succeed in the first place!?"

Once you reach the Customs Office, across the street, you indeed find the Gaol and Constable's Barracks, a stark, brutal building made of several layers of hexagonal stones that build up into a pyramid shape with many tower-like columns. Once inside, you see that it is structured like an anthill of sorts, a place with many halls carved straight into the rock. Ant-tribe Krikral, a little larger than ponies, wander around on various business, wearing special black armor made of hardened carapaces. The front room serves as a hub for many hallways, and front and center is an armored desk, with a window shielded by transparent chitin. An Ant Krikral sits behind the desk, sorting through paperwork and sipping nectar out of a mug that says "Top Cop." He looks up at you halfway. "Yes, how can I help you?" he asks with rehearsed boredom.

 No.720251

>>720249
She nods. "Idiots are often the most dangerous of all," she muses.

She looks down at Shrimp. "I am still not entirely sure why you wish to commit so much to villainy," she says to him. "Give me one good reason not to kill you. I am waiting."

She greets the guard. "We are here to hand in a bounty," she simply says, holding up the shrimp in a jar. "On a certain bird that has been terrorizing travelers on the outskirts. We do not bring the bird, but we do bring the one behind the attacks. We have plenty of evidence to prove this weasel's guilt."

 No.720252

>>720249
"Hello, sir. We came in to turn in a rather awful criminal. He seems to be a particularly nasty one."

 No.720253

>>720249
"Ugh, you're just going to jail. Can somepony shut that shrimp up?"
Cloud groans, having taken it easy on the walk over, but the rambling starts to make his pounding headache too irritating to take silently.

>>720251
>>720249
Cloud pulls out the photos he took of the cave and Shrimp's lair, tossing them onto the counter.
"Just the Shrimp we're handing over, not the jar. I'd like that back once we're done."



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