Porcupine && Snuggie = A Ridiculous Defense (A Ridiculous Offense) 1/16 (We killed Twitchy so the level cap for alchemies increased? Am I right?)
Well, I can see many problems solved by virtue of the entire population being in minecraft. Overpopulation means nothing in a near infinite world, as do resource struggles. But for me, I could care less. Now that my mind is physically in the game, my hax are going to be more advantageous to me. I use a kill aura hack and start running towards the best minecraft player. No matter how pro he is, he can not dodge a kill aura. As I run past him, I activate aimbot and feel my perception and agility ramp up to unfathomable levels. I proceed to 360 no-scope him with a fire charge. I say one thing as I do this, "Get good, get LMAOBox".
The Throne: ================================================== 50/50 (+1 from FBSN, Revan, Pricey, jondanger and teag2) SUMMONING
The Hourglass: ================================================== 50/50 (+1 from TFT)
The Pact: ================================================== 10/50 (+6 from Cobalt)
(+2 from jondanger in reserve)
I +3 crystalcat.
The Scribe wastes no time introducing his next summon. He packs his bags and loads up a massive amount of guns into his coat pocket. Stepping on a pressure plate in a chamber of his lab, machinery around the room activates and, in a chorus of sparks, a swirling purple portal appears in the middle of the room. The Scribe feels drawn to it, and not in the metaphorical sense - it's pulling him in. Steeling himself, the Scribe enters the portal...
...And steps into the Wasteland.
The Scribe plunges feet-first into a barren desert littered with mutated cacti, skulls, and fish that aren't okay to eat. There's a series of trenches carved into the desert rock and populated with bandits and other assorted enemies. The Scribe must kill them all in his depressing quest. He was only one simple task: reach the Nuclear Throne. And so his journey begins, amidst a blazing ballad of acoustic guitar, an ominous chorus, a harmonica, and some drums.
After laying waste to the denizens of the desert, the Scribe continues onwards. He collects many tiny green rods, each one amplifying a green haze over his eyes. The Scribe knows the Wasteland is changing him. Its radiation is mutating him. For the better? For the worse? He'll have to find out on his way to the Throne. Four shots from a grenade launcher and the Big Bandit is down. The Scribe continues.
He enters an array of catacomb sewers. The smell is undeniable. He kills a pack of rats and bandits before moving onwards, ignoring a shell-shaped sewer grate. The Scribe picks up even more weaponry on his way, and his various mutations are starting to catch up with him. They augment his power, yet cripple his body. Next up is a massive scrapyard filled with cars. Each explosion of a car engine takes out another pack of enemies. The Scribe shoots a specific golden car without a second thought. Rap music dies off in the distance.
The Scribe meets a hulking abomination - the Big Dog. His spinning bullet hell patterns are no match for the Scribe's own seemingly-lightspeed projectiles. Big Dog falls, creating what might as well be a nuclear explosion. The Scribe continues, going on and on through the Wasteland. Past crystal caves. Past frozen cities. Past laboratories. Past vaults with crowns. All the while, the Scribe keeps mutating and mutating. Until, finally, he hits the limit. The Scribe's skin becomes a pale green. His blood burns with lime power, his eyes flickering with emerald novas. The Scribe is now the Mutation.
Storming into the palace, the Scribe fights off everything, running straight for the grand prize. The ultimate treasure at the end of this dungeon. The light at the end of the tunnel. Standing at the end of a humongous red carpet - or rather, sitting - is a skeleton. And the glorified chair that skeleton is sitting on... The one burned with a green insignia of power... is the Nuclear Throne.
At the foot of this beast, the Scribe makes no effort to run or fight. Instead, he pulls out a guitar... And then he plays a song. A song that echoes the lives of everyone and everything at home. He sings a song about the Kings and Queens of Wasteland.
Gun smoke in the air
Friend weeping in pain
Blood pools everywhere
It's pouring acid rain
Our homes destroyed
Wishing this to end
Hey, someone's coming here
I hope it's a friend
It's not fair, it's not right, there's no reason to fight
But still that is our daily lives
Guns loaded, blind hatred, no eyes that are kind
And no sleep at night
Kings and Queens of Wasteland we were
And already forgotten the reasons to fight
From the day we were born was bloodshed forever
We've seen enough comrades go dead in the night
Distant call for help
Only thing I can hear
What did they just say?
Only beam of light in our lives are
Occasional mutated fish
I'm not even sure if it's OK to eat, but still it feels like
We were granted a wish
It's not fair, it's not right, there's no reason to fight
But still that is our daily lives
Guns loaded, blind hatred, no eyes that are kind
And no sleep at night
Kings and Queens of Wasteland we were
And already forgotten the reasons to fight
From the day we were born was bloodshed forever
We've seen enough comrades go dead in the night
Kings and Queens of Wasteland we still are
After so many fights, the ground all in blood
Today is the day we all call ourselves free
And we throw all our weapons, into the sludge
By the time the song is done, the Scribe is crying. "Please... Just let me be free."
The throne does not move. Not until a minute has passed. Then, whirring noises fill the entire chamber. The throne rises out of the ground on top of a massive robotic tank. It sprouts huge metal tendrils for legs, gains chrome exhaust pipes that bellow green fire, and prepares a large array of silver cylinders that flash with green light. The Nuclear Throne is ready to end another apocalyptic war.
[AZ] The Nuclear Throne: 200,000 HP. Throne Statues: x10. Nuclear Generator: III Guardian: II King Me: IIII
This is it. The legend of the throne rings true. This is what lies beyond the portal. The Nuclear Throne is a coveted artifact of immense power in a post-apocalyptic future known only as the Wasteland. Many have tried and failed to reach the Nuclear Throne and unlock its secrets... But such a throne does not go quietly into the night. The Nuclear Throne is the king of the Wasteland. Here's how it works.
Radiation: The majority of the Throne's attacks inflict the Radiation debuff. It's a normal DOT status effect, but it powers some of the Throne's more powerful attacks, including its main gimmick.
Throne Statues: The Throne spawns with ten Throne Statues that are invulnerable and can only be destroyed when the Throne activates the Guardian special attack. When destroyed, each Throne Statue will spawn a Guardian. Five Throne Statues will be respawned after two turns have passed, and then another five will respawn after two more turns.
Heavy is the Head: The Throne's main draw is its ability to summon any of the Mutants from Nuclear Throne. However, these Mutants are Nuclear versions of their former selves, corrupted by the Throne's influence. They will use their abilities to help the Nuclear Throne in combat. Each Mutant will let all the Throne's attacks minicrit and will give it a special passive. A single Mutant can sit on the Throne for three turns at a time.
Resignation: The Throne creates a massive explosion on death that deals moderately high damage to all enemy entities and inflicts them with Radiation for three turns. It also leaves behind... something.
Nuclear Fission: The Throne fires two large green orbs that split into many smaller orbs with each passing second. All of these green orbs bombard various enemies, dealing moderately high damage to two enemies. Inflicts both enemies with Radiation for three turns.
Uranium Turret: The Throne readies its two shoulder turrets and fires a large volley of bullets in a triple shot formation, dealing moderate damage to three enemies. Inflicts all enemies with Radiation for two turns. Has a 50% chance of repeating this attack again after its initial use, but it targets another side at random - AG, N, H, or GS.
Giga Beam: The Throne fires one massive beam of radiation out of its superlaser that deals high damage to one enemy. Inflicts the enemy with Radiation for four turns.
Nuclear Fusion: The Throne takes all the Radiation debuffs it's applied and compounds them together into one massive ball of energy that deals moderately high damage to an enemy multiplied by the number of Radiation debuffs currently on the field. This removes all Radiation debuffs.
Firewall: The Throne uses its exhaust pipes to create a ring of fire around it. Any enemy that tries to attack the Throne that turn will take moderate damage and their attack will fail. Inflicts the enemy with Radiation for a turn.
Nuclear Generator: The Throne summons two Large Generators, huge constructs with large HP. They are allied with the Throne. Each turn, they will give passive regen to the Nuclear Throne. They can be targeted by anyone and anything, including allied entities and players. Upon destruction, the Nuclear Generator will create a massive explosion that will deal high damage to two enemies and inflict moderately low recoil damage. Takes three turns to charge.
Guardian: The Throne destroys all ten Throne Statues. Each one spawns a Guardian with moderately large HP, and each deals moderately low damage. The entity that deals the killing blow to a Guardian gains the Radiation debuff for two turns. Takes two turns to charge.
King Me: Activates the Throne's power to summon any Mutant from Nuclear Throne. Possible candidates include Fish, Crystal, Eyes, Melting, Plant, Y.V., Steroids, Robot, Chicken, Rebel, Horror, and Rogue. Two additional candidates will be unlocked if King Me is used three times. Each Mutant has a special power on the field. Takes four turns to charge.
Fish: Nuclear Wave: The Throne lights with green fire, counterattacking any enemy that attacks it for three turns by rolling throne-first into it. The counterattack deals the same amount of damage the enemy dealt to the Throne.
Crystal: Nuclear Shield: The Throne gains a massive nuclear crystal shield that gives it 75% damage resistance for three turns.
Eyes: Nuclear Sight: The Throne gains a large amount of holographic eyes that have a 50% chance to reflect enemy fire sent at its allies (and it) to an enemy, dealing the same amount of damage that would have normally been dealt to the ally.
Melting: Nuclear Death: The Throne gradually gathers up the corpses of all the fallen entities across the battle over the course of three turns, ultimately detonating them in front of two enemies and dealing very high damage. It cannot attack normally during this time.
Plant: Nuclear Growth: The Throne gains an extra set of mutated legs that have the power to ensnare enemies. For three turns, any enemy that attacks the Nuclear Throne will become Ensnared, unable to attack for a turn.
Y.V.: Nuclear Bling: The Throne becomes plated with solid gold for three turns. During this time, all of its attacks will generate 5-10 Pennies that will be used to help Ultra Greed if he is still alive during the time Nuclear Bling is active. If he isn't, the bling will be used to heal the Nuclear Throne instead.
Steroids: Nuclear Muscles: The Throne gains duplicates of all its weapons, letting it attack twice for three turns.
Robot: Nuclear Conversion: The Throne sacrifices its ability to attack for three turns. In exchange, it gains a large passive regen and gives three random allies crits for three turns.
Chicken: Nuclear Undeath: The Throne instantly dies, but it is still able to attack. This means it can't actually be killed since it's already dead. The Throne stays in this undead state for three turns, attacking normally. When the three turns are up, the Throne is revived with 25,000 HP regardless of previous HP.
Rebel: Nuclear Sacrifice: The Throne will take moderately high recoil damage each turn for three turns to summon miniature Nuclear Thrones that attack in tandem with the real Throne. Each Nuclear Throne adds a +25% bonus to the regular Nuclear Throne's attack power.
Horror: Nuclear Nuclear: The Throne will forfeit the ability to inflict Radiation for three turns, but in exchange, all of its attacks will crit instead of minicrit.
Rogue: Nuclear Strike: The Throne immediately creates a long line of explosions that deals moderate damage to two enemies. However, because it has used illegal tech to activate the attack, the Throne is now wanted by the I.D.P.D., who travel to the battlefield for three turns. The Throne takes control of them and uses the I.D.P.D. to deal moderately high damage to a random entity for three turns.
The Meaning of Life, the Universe, and Everything.
Defending my castle
The Hidden Rogue Hunter 35/50
+1 nulitor crusher and hector
Changes Forms, but must use both actions, or change forms on a respawn. Current Form: Spellcaster: Forms:
Beast: 10% Minicrit chance Minicrit Chain
Spellcaster: -2000 to healing and damage Bonus to healing/damage: ((Consecutive times the healing/damage (Opposite) has been used - 1)*6000)- the base 2000 penalty
???: Can't you see now, you must show your now, do you know why you are here.
John: No, I don't and would you stop speaking to me whoever you are
???: You don't remember me? You taught me your powers, you saved my life.
???: And now I will save you.
???: I will send someone to help you, someone you know... Or used to know.
Fear No Anvil: Level 10: Stop! It's hammertime! It's also time to drop it like its hot. All obligatory Snoop Dog references aside, this beast, made with a broken anachronism and the most pure of sacred metals, is the stuff of legends. This forging hammer is a mighty BEAST of a weapon, capable of controlling time and fire, sending all who are hit by it into an infernal timelock.
The Forge Stoker: Level 4
Holy Flame: Level 3
Peacetime: Level 3: A staff that gives off a calming vibe. It's powers grow with the level of peace around you, so as it stands its very weak. When it is strong, however, it can do great things.
Iron Forge Hammer: Level 2
Coldheart Hard Drive: Level 1: It's a hard drive that keeps itself very cool
Essence of Corruption: Level 1: The Brittlestroker: Level 5 If a metal is tempered improperly in the forge, it goes brittle, frail, easy to break. This is a representation of failure in creation, whist the Forge Stoker itself represents creation as a whole. As such, weapons coming into contact with the Brittlestroker are weakened, possibly even breaking. It is cold to the touch, and aside from the aformentioned propery, also has powers over the cold.
Holy Flame OOO Water Bottle = Scalding Holy Water (Level 4: 0/5)
Scalding Holy Water X 1 Scalding Unholy Water X1
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OK, update may be today, may be tomorrow (bad timing+catastrpohic loss of skeledop pushing it towards tomorrow). However, among every post this update, one made me stop (and due to my obsession with this kind of thing may have actually stopped the update itself)
First off, you really do have to stop and think how people are going to react to your rants, especially since you're aware they're rants. In this case, I was actually, honestly pretty peeved, as you really didn't bring up a real point and just whined over the plot being thrashed against your favor. HEADS UP, PUNK! I'm about to sit down and tell you what you're going to do in response. It'll be convoluted, so just bear with me.
First off: You cannot accuse me of makign the plot seem dark. That was DTG2, that Cerberus Syndrome already happened-by and large I'm not really making the plot much more dark than it already was, as by and large the only reason this isn't a Cosmic Horror story is because you're superpowerful. Realistically, this plot is dense and wacky, as you're literally fighting for the fate of the universe in a minecraft server and nuclear bombs and candy corn scythes and top hats all share the level 0 on the power scale, and you can damage the woman made of diamond and with a gelotin skin with an ordinary stick. But when DTG as a whole actually started thinking about itself as a plot, between the fact that everyone's a mass murderer and your main opponents are nigh-omnipotent reality warpers at weakest, it was only ever gonna go dark. Tastes differ; I'm OK with that. I'm just clearing something up. I also think this is partially because of sans? sans as a character is mostly defined by being a joker with bad puns and pranks, and when things go REALLY south, reminding a genocide player that they're complete monsters; HERE, however, mass murder is a norm and sans was basically sent to die, so he's not going for the joke-ridden side; it creates a dissonance and I'm kind of annoyed with it myself, because there was really no way sans would have ever sided with anyone in this war if only because there was a moral dissonance with him and others (part of the reason why I'm really getting sour about the unofficial 'Undertale invasion' that everyone and their mothers seem insistant on enforcing). The instant he realized that UserZero blowing up worlds is kind of just business for her, on top of the fact that the AZs and GSes are now fully aware of the fact they're fighting a real monster, on top of his former issues...Well, he's rethinking his place.
The other issue is, DTG2 did somethign that I really disliked. I already talked about this with Twin, and now I'm gonna say it out loud: DTG2 was OBSESSED with Deus Ex Machina. In hindsight, I really hated Act 4 as a whole, not because of any ONE thing, but because altogether the whole plot was either 'get rid of this mostly-irrelevant pillar of Richard's power' for the first two, then 'get rid of this mostly-irrelevant bug invasion' for the third, THEN 'kill Psi-Scratch who already killed you, but you need this power trinket from limbo to do so, oh and he wins anyways,' THEN 'blow up a tower to free everyone who was already transported to the moon, boo-hoo.' THEN "blow up the Incarnate because he'll obliterate Minecraft, except that happens anyways later on.' Trial 7, as a whole, was us doing jack; we really didn't kill Project Binary despite blowing up the Artemissile, and we REALLY didn't do anything relevant in Godmodder Soul's mind. And then EoA4 came, and basically every world we actually cared about exploded, and ultimately, in the end, it wasn't even a bittersweet ending: Earth is OK, but we literally lost the thing we were fighting for in the first place, There's now TWO Godmodders so we didn't stop him for good there, and really, did we do anything of note? All of our victories were due to outside sources. It was a string of Deus Ex Machina that saved us, every time. In a game about being an overpowered reality-warper to fight the even-more powerful reality warper, it was really depowering to have everything not be in our hands and have the supposed 'main villain' amount to nothing.
HERE, I intend to change that. You are NOT in fact getting any Deus Ex Machina shenanigans. You are the Deus Ex Machina shenanigans. You could literally overturn my plot and smsah UserZero's plans to pieces, rebuild earth, snipe Bill Cipher/Flumpty Bumpty/Project Nexus/Engietech, give Asriel his freaking soul back so you get rid of the whole Flowey sthick, whatever other random player or storyline villain you see and end them before ANY of that crud happens, and even if you rolled the dreaded 1 on the Paradox Roll, even THAT threat could be rendered a massive ally instead if you palyed your cards right. You could do most of that with a sufficiently big enough Charge. You ARE the big funcitoning force here, YOU have the power to actually DO things, the direction of this plot is in YOUR hands, and you can quite literally undo any destruction UserZero sends your way if you honestly tried hard enough (and it's not NEARLY as hard as you think it is). I'll also say this: No matter what, Richard might be a douche, but Richard is nowhere near the level of UserZero, who has two universes under her killing belt. I'll say this: UserZero WINS if you stop playing, as she's proved that, YES, she can actually make you ragequit, she can actually demoralize people to the point where they refuse to fight you, and if enough do so she kills Richard, she kills you, she kills everything you ever hold remotely dear, and she'll stomp on the ashes, laugh, mock you, and ultimately get no justice!. YOU are the Heroes, people! YOU are the ones who can make or break this plot! I'm not saying it'll be easy! But I am saying YOU CAN!
Talist, MY Kind of plot, is the kind where you EARN your ubiquitously happy ending-where the bad guys get their recompence, where the good guys live happy, where there didn't HAVE to be any heroic sacrifies or deus-ex-machina because the heroes absolutely refused to give up, spat odds in the face, punched the odds in the crotch, and overcame all opposition to end the bad guy. THIS is the game about you guys saying 'heck no this is unreasonable,' fashioning your own path, and figuring out how to actually, actually get a good ending where everyone who honestly deserved happiness GETS their happiness. If you REALLY REALLY wanted to, you could style upon (read: completely annihilate) literally every mechanic I told you about in PMs and actually allow the Gatekeepers to LIVE! You are accepting what I say for what is! You have the power to change that! It'll be hard! But you INFURIATE me for your lack of trying! And this is in a game about creativity, hence, trying EVERYTHING!
AS for your issue about Minecraft not being his favorite game: The Narrative cheated there. I'll admit it! That being said, Talist, you're where you are because the Narrative is basically banking on you to solve the problem. Let's be clear: The (kinda) sentient cosmic force has deliberately saved your life because it believes YOU, Talist/Veteran, to be one of the best possible heroes the world of Fiction actually has to solving its problems, and right now the biggest problem it has is right here, right now, against the horrendous excuse of a human being that is UserZero! She is right here, right now, conveniently in range for the killing! If you desired, you could literally kill her SO hard that the UserZero you met in DTG2 is actually someone else entirely. Literally the closest DTG has to a Big Good is officially saying that YOU are the best shots to actually stop her! Not the Secret of the Void! Not the Few! Not Problem Sleuth! Not Frisk! Not Johnny Cage! Not Steve! Not Alex! YOU!
THIS, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, IS THE PLOT.
I feel like that had to come out-however emotional it came out, however angry or irrational, I absolutely cannot tolerate this kind of defeatism anymore in the game about you being hope! HOPE! Fate and destiny my hindquarters, everyone, I have advice for you: CHANGE FATE.
With that, I'll leave the night and a +1 to all charges.
To let this go off on a considerably lighter note, first off, because I'll be late, +1 to all charges! And second off, the Alchemiter has been upgraded! Officially, you can now create Alchemies that are Level 15 in level! I would have announced it after Twitchy died, but I kind of got wrapped up in finishing up the storypost.
Speaking of rebuilding Earth, any 3 people from the future want to join me in making a charge that does just that?
This could be important, and it should be people who either know that there is a time limit for the Earth coming back, or just people who are that good.
50/50 JUST WHO THE HECK DO YOU THINK I AM!?
37/50 CAPTAIN MEME!
7/50 Beat Beat Beat To the left!
0/50 To save the Earth, one charge point at a time
Mind if i support? I would rather like to NOT die in case my avatar somehow dies. Besides, if the [PZ]'s just blame Richard for everything, while a few [AZ]'s actually do something, UserZero will look very suspicious.
Charge Allocated: 1/50 To save the Earth, one charge point at a time
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Posts may contain high amounts of stupid.
. And you know what the best part of all this is? You'll DO it. And then you'll lose to me again. And again. And again!!! Because you want a "happy ending." Because you "love your friends." Because you "never give up." Isn't that delicious? Your "determination." The power that let you get this far... It's gonna be your downfall!
"THIS IS EQUAL PARTS FUNNY AND SAD."
"STOP LAUGHING AND KILL THE BUNNY!"
"YOU'RE GETTING QUOTED ON THAT ONE, CALLING IT NOW. WHY ARE YOU LOSING IT OVER ONE ENEMY ANYWAY?"
"I DON'T KNOW! THERE'S A BLANK SCREEN WHENEVER I PERFORM A MEMORY SEARCH! NOTHING SHOWS UP!"
Speed is fully in on this. I'll pitch next turn, I want this turn focused. Even though he is PZ, honestly, he doesn't care. He would rather limit casulaties, and he won't care is he gets a berating from Zero. Might even help throw the suspicion (further) off.
Well, I'll tell you what I'll do. I'll hunt you to the ends of REALITY to find you and kill you if you pull another stunt like this. You know why, don't you? Because to strike against my land, or a single one of my subjects... no, ANY innocent... I consider that an attack against me. And the consequences are severe, and they will not be relieved until they are performed. There is not one person I truly consider an enemy. Except for you. I'm a dangerous enemy to have, because I can cause ANNIHILATION. You understand, yes? I can cause it in thousands of different ways. With my hands bound. Blindfolded. You will leave this place, and never return, for if you do, I will have NO MERCY.
I might end up contributing. But the problem is, the GS faction is having enough trouble keeping any entities on the field already, and we currently need to devote all available resources to offense. As long as someone rebuilds Earth, it shouldn't be a problem if it happens later than usual.
[Apparently, BBCode doesn't like quotes. I don't know why this text got purged, but it did.]
CoolestBrother: Well, we have to deal with this at least twice a month, so we're kinda in this automatically.
CoolestBrother: See every sci-fi movie since 2002 or Xenoblade Chronicles X.
MistressSarah: Um, don't we have to remain neutral in this?
StepMaster376: Both sides are doing it, so technically we can still remain neutral
MistressSarah: Right. Well, we have to chip in on this, it's also our responsibility.
Another interesting thing: Every time I try something to stop the Narrative or the Conflict's railroading, I get railroaded anyways. So the whole idea of "players having more than a tangential effect on the plot" does not seem to actually apply. After all, the Narrative would likely rather railroad away any potential shot at the GS team achieving their goals instead of risking 50000 paradoxes from us actually accomplishing something. Then again, if we can find a way to create thousands of paradoxes if something happens, we can force the Narrative to prevent that from happening and steal the Plot Armor.
@Crusher: See, for most efforts, you try for one post. You'd need a LOT more effort than that, mate-either a stupid amount of charge well beyond 50 (you'll need your whole team for this given how small it is, in fact) OR a stupid amount of effort into your posts to the point where you'd get sick of DTG for how much you put into those posts. The EARN in Earn your Happy Ending, so to speak-you'll need team effort, and possibly trading off, say, losing the entity battle or worse. Granted, I actually kind of like you because you're willing to experiment and defy the standard rules, rain or shine-its a weird relationship.
@Talist: First off, I was pretty emotional when I wrote that, so I'd disregard some of that, though I do NOT take back the fact that it came off as whining to me at the time. Disliking something is OK in my book, but again, when you have to call it a RANT...Well, what did you think I was gonna take it as but some guy just getting overly-angry? Not really all that peeved about it right now, but still. I'll read the PM when I have time.
@Everyone: OK, life hasn't been very good for me today and I'm having focus troubles, plus it's too late to finish this update clean or even get very far. Update must be delayed for another day again.
I'd like not to be the "Shining Light of Hope" in this game, I'm just some guy who supports his teammates and keep the fight going on.
And the assassin who's in it for the killing.
However, analyzing the bad rolls the world makes in DTG2 (provoked by your speech) kind of wonder if this timeline is the one we want and if it's worth preserving. If the world's going to undergo terrible things in the future, then why are we preserving this timeline? If we prevent Richard's rise to power, then maybe things could be different. For the better. Or maybe perhaps for worse. Uzi's not too good of an opponent herself, so things could turn out even worse than they did in DTG2. There's also the ever-looming possibility of an Unstable Time Loop or a paradox, which would probably induce some... undesirable effects. In short, I'm questioning my alignment based on my values.
On a non-conflict inducing note, I've got a new avatar!
The Throne: ================================================== 43/50 (+2 from Tazz, +1 from ninjatwist, TFT, teag2 and Revan)
The Hourglass: ================================================== 48/50 (+2 from Tazz, +1 from ninjatwist)
The Pact: ================================================== 3/50 (+2 from Tazz)
I +3 crystalcat.
An unearthly amber light fills the Scribe. He twitches slightly before moving on. And then he hears it. The Scribe hears Tazz. He somehow knows it's him despite having never heard him before. He knows because only a voice so all-encompassing and powerful, yet personal and calm could come from someone who has complete authority over everything. The Scribe doubles over, clamping his hands over his ears, as if trying to ignore Tazz despite the voice coming from practically inside his own head.
Flowey comes over to the Scribe, looking at him with a bemused expression. The Scribe turns around, angrily muttering at Flowey. "What are you looking at." Flowey laughs. * Oh, nothing. I just think it's interesting how easily you despise anyone with complete power over you. Kinda makes it look like you've got an inferiority complex or something, huh? The Scribe chuckles. "Yeah. Sure. Tazz just told me... we'll need to fight him and win once the Pact is completed." Flowey stares at the Scribe. * We'd better make sure to do what the mighty Game Master says, huh?
The two burst out with laughter.
Flowey stops moving, turning back to look at Sans. Something crosses his face for the briefest of seconds until his face lurches into a twisted grin. * She will suffer. And if she doesn't, I'll make her suffer. Flowey then burrows back into the ground.
It's that time of the month again! Uncle Grandpa's returned for another amazing attack! He sizes up the competition, deciding to just pick a PZ entity to attack at random! Better than that, he decides to not even do the picking! He'll hire someone else to do it! He gathers a variety of people to the field and asks them what the most threatening entity is! Everyone votes Sans because he's currently beating the tar out of everyone and everything in the game. Uncle Grandpa sighs, grows some muscles, and takes a good look at Sans.
Sans stares back with a grin that stretches across the corners of his face, two empty soulless eye sockets, and flames of cyan energy curling from his bleached white skull. Sans extends a bony hand and, instantly, a row of bones knocks into Uncle Grandpa, launching him into the air like he was shot out of a cannon. That isn't where Uncle Grandpa started, but that's where he's ending up - Uncle Grandpa sails through the air in a perfect arc and lands in the barrel of a large cannon that aims itself at a location far off in the horizon.
When Uncle Grandpa lands, he finds himself in a weird and strange world. This world has an orange sky, a black sun, red grass, and dull blue wood. Everything's opposite, and nothing is as it should be. But for some absurd reason, in this world, it's kill or be killed everything is made out of bones, down to the atomic level. Uncle Grandpa looks closer, seeing that the world is an exact replica of the server he's on, complete with skeleton replicas of every player, entity, and godmodder. And there, standing in the middle of it all, is the replica of Sans.
This replica of Sans is... weird. He still has the grin and his hands are in his pockets, but everything else about him is completely different. He has a baseball cap on his head, a yellow-and-blue striped shirt, blue shorts, some sort of badge, and he appears to be an actual human. Surrounding him, instead of columns of bones, appears to be towers of elemental psionic energy. Yep. There's no doubt about it. SANS IS NESS CONFIRMED.
I mean, it's pretty obvious. Just take a look at the fact that Sans repeatedly talks about how he "can't go back". What's the "back" he's talking about? Could it be the realm of Earthbound, which he abandoned when he died and turned into a skeleton? He also knows what the sun is, something none of the other monsters mention, and explicitly says "we call that the sun" when all the monsters see it on the surface, implying him and others know about the sun, which furthers the connection to Sans and people on the surface.
And remember in Sans's secret lab, when there's a picture of him with others the player doesn't recognize? Obviously those people were the other protagonists of Earthbound, and the player is able to recognize Ness as Sans because they look similar because they're the same person! Not to mention the fact that there's a badge in Sans' secret lab - Franklin Badge, anyone? Oh, and Papyrus has the Starman logo on his battle body, so he must be a Starman!
...Let's face it, this theory sucks. But there's gotta be some kind of truth to it, because Sans is quite clearly Ness in this nega-dimension! Uncle Grandpa grabs Ness and plot holes his way back to reality. Ness and Sans have an intense staredown which culminates in them having a nice long chat about their pasts. Eventually the two realize that in this reality, Sans isn't Ness, but in the nega-reality, Sans is Ness. As it turns out, in this reality, Sans is actually just Sans! Mind-blowing, huh? What's next, you're gonna tell me the Employer is actually just the Employer?
Ness has become good friends with Sans and decides he doesn't want to attack him. Uncle Grandpa, sensing the two have formed an unbreakable bond, directs Ness to attack a random PZ entity. The group of people Uncle Grandpa gathered to survey on who he should attack are outraged that their votes meant nothing, but Uncle Grandpa assures them that their lives still have meaning when he arranges them into the formation of pins in a bowling alley. Ness PK Thunders a thunderball into himself, skyrocketing into the crowd and knocking them over into a random PZ entity. The electricity damage and Ness going at really high speeds deals additional damage.
Tangent: I cannot get PK Thunder to do recovery for me consistently even though I know how to use it. Second Tangent: Ness can't learn PK Thunder at all in Earthbound, though trophies in smash imply Paula and/or Poo (yes; 'this game stinks' indeed) might have taught him for Smash.
Regardless of all Tangents, 31,000 damage to Lil' Chub!
Sans acknowledges Flowey and doesn't act further on it, beyond a wink with the eye that isn't glowing.
Charge #3: 18/30 (+2 from Tazz.)
Charge #4: 16/40 (+2 from Tazz.) The Pact 6/50 (+3 from Twin.) (+2 from Tazz.)
+3 to Bomber.
True Essence of Quintessence && Crystal Orb == Orb of Perfection 3/16
Greater Essence of Magic && Silver Pentacle Pendant == Pendant of the Archmage 1/11?
Magic Cueball Eye && Jar of Concentrated Magic == Pure Magic Eye 2/11
An unearthly purple light fills Crystal. He twitches slightly before moving on.
Crystal decides to buff up the Imperator again, even if it earns him the wrath of UserZero. He takes out his four elemental weapons again, as well as the Flowmetal Wand. First, he uses the Disc of Deepest Depths to summon a massive amount of sand, which he fires into glass with the Blade of Hottest Flame. He dissolves the glass into Vitreus essentia, which he then separates into Ordo and Terra. He then summons water from the Cup of Coldest Seas and dissolves it into Aqua essentia. He fuses the Aqua and Terra essentia into Victus essentia, then adds the Ordo to make Sano. He then just summons a bunch of Machina essentia, before infusing both the Machina and Sano into the Flowmetal Wand, then into a massive crystal he summons with the Disc of Deepest Depths. He merges the crystal into the Imperator’s back, the essences of machines and healing blending together to make a passive machine-healing effect. Every turn, some of the essence stored within the crystal seeps out and repairs the Imperator, meaning the sum of all of this text should be a few turns, maybe 3, of a relatively strong Regen effect on the Imperator, once again boosted by Contract from Below. 3 turns before the boost, that is.
The Imperator fires its Plasma Annihilator at Homulily! Ramsay attacks Homulily with a barrage of nuts of every kind, since she's the Nutcracker Witch who can no longer crack any nuts. He then follows up with a barrage of nutcrackers, and then a barrage of knives for good measure.
The other chefs use their special abilities, Good Eats targeting the Asterism and Ultra Greed. The Guest Star ability summons a Wizened Hag, another cook - along with her black iron pot! She licks her lips... it looks like she's looking for some food, and she is not especially focusing on any cows around.
Wizened Hag [AZ] (Guest Star) - HP 125,000/125,000
Hag's Cauldron [AZ] (Guest Star) - HP 175,000/175,000 Life Absorbed: X
(Credit to Bomber for the idea and stats!)
A twisted, cannibalistic monster. She used to be a young woman with great knowledge in horticulture and arcane practices, but soon began self-experimentation. She continued her experiments deep in the woods, cooking and eating anyone unfortunate enough to be captured. Now, she has been given the great honor of being our first Guest Star!
Into The Pot - ||||
Can be cast immediately after the Wizened Hag is summoned. Cannot be used if the Hag's Cauldron is destroyed. The Hag throws an entity into the pot for four turns, where they are unable to attack. Every turn, the entity takes 5,000 damage until they are released from the Cauldron.
Taste The Stew - |||
The Wizened Hag tastes her stew in the cauldron, healing for a base of 20,000. This base increases by 1,000 for every turn an entity is in the pot. Obviously, cannot be used if the Hag's Cauldron is destroyed.
Tenderize - ||
The Wizened Hag attacks a target brutally, softening their flesh and lowering their defenses.
Seasoned To Perfection - ||||||||
The Wizened Hag improves her stew with rare herbs, doubling how much it heals her and how much damage it deals per turn!
Feel free to balance as needed, Tazz. To start off, the Wizened Hag uses Into the Pot, tossing in Homulily!
You only get 2 turns of Regen before buffing, but 4 turns of strong Regen is still pretty good! Yeah, UserZero is definitely gonna have your head for this.
Ante Up!: 18/50 ==================================================
Scourge of the Beast: 35/50 ==================================================
The Pact: 6/50 ================================================== (+3 from Crystal, +2 from Tazz)
+3 to mythicZoologist
An unearthly maroon light fills Bomber. He twitches slightly before moving on.
Bomber would continue to aid the Imperator. Wielding the Empowered Gargoyle Staff in his right hand. The swirling orb at the staff's end glowed like molten lava, radiating heat into the air around it. Flames began to wisp off of the surface of the orb. The crackling of fire grew into a roar. The staff's tip was engulfed in flame. Pointing the staff at the Imperator, Bomber released the molten spell. It soared through the air before splashing across the Imperator's Void Shield. Though, the shield didn't seem to absorb the flame. Instead, the flame spread across the surface of the Imperator. Soon enough, the titanic mech was engulfed in flame, yet took no damage. Bomber watched as a resident pig attempted to approach the Void Shield, only to slowly roast to death as it metaphorically flew too close to the sun.
Indeed, Bomber has Immolated the Imperator. For a period of time, the Imperator is engulfed in a shield of flame, causing any enemies that attack the Imperator to take damage! On top of that, the Imperator will deal bonus damage to enemies it attacks due to the Immolation!
((Remove that second bit if it isn't balanced, Tazz.))
My Personal Notebook && Grimoire for the Summoning of Fantastic Beasts [Level 3] && Heart Gauge [0 Collected*] = Seeker's Bestiary [Level 10] (11/11)
I think this is my first weapon that's actually mine.
"I appear to have missed out on something."
I construct a bow of mana, integrating Heavy Class Commandment's archer form into it.
"A good number of you stopped moving for no discernible reason"
Drawing back the 'string', I invoke Fuoco for more power.
"Oh, and now that the mind creature is gone, I can focus on other targets, like that dethroned of yours."
Releasing the string, I shower Homulilly with arrows of fire.
Fenris is attacking EngieNinja
- - - Battle Relevant Phenomena Ends- - -
Main Roleplay Chunk: ==> [Stop being in first person]
An unearthly silver light fills Mythic. He twitches slightly before moving on.
But I prefer- Fine, have it your way.
[The way in which you observe Mythic has changed]
The sudden change in perspective allows you a better look at him.
He's not a Minecraftain. As far as you can tell, he's some kind of humanoid with animal ears? You can't make out what species they're meant to be on, and the tail isn't helping matters, mainly because he's consistently rotating to face you.
You did realize I can tell you're watching?
I was even playing along before you tried this.
It seems he's even more aware he's being watched than before, and while he's not willing to cooperate for now, there's really not much he can do to interfere.
Sans Centric Roleplay Chunk:
Sorry about that, then.
You seem like a reasonable person...
... Not that a monster like me know would know much about being reasonable.
But you're at least someone who really doesn't want anyone here to die.
...I really wish that were possible.
I'm really only here to protect certain people and gather resources.
But I can't leave, and I can't avoid conflict if I stay.
The fighting is more or less an unavoidable consequence of who I'm protecting.
Heh, no good deed goes unpunished, right?
Just keep working towards what you believe in, and hope for a brighter darkness.
And based on what seems to have happened, that would hopefully include a planet salvage
I'm not going to bother asking you to pick a side, but....
Let me know if you're up for negotiating anything else.
Single Use Items: (Used items saved as alchemy codes)
Explosive Gryphon Plush [Level 1] (Used up?)
Plush Phoenix Healing Grenade [Level 4]
Phoenix Extract [Level 4]
Dragon Coffee [Level 2]
Alchemies in Progress:
Heavy Class Commandment [Level 9] /\/ Heavy Monster Edict [Level 9] (6/10)
The Pact ========== 6/50 (+2 from Tazz, +3 from Bomber):
Can You Spare... A Heart? ========== 20/50 (+2 from Tazz): Looks like a won't finish in time, and even if I do...
Twoscore Mirror Gaze ===== 23/25 (+2 From Tazz): Some static blows by on the breeze...
+3 to Irecreeper
sans: considering that i lived in a world where there was a perfectly peaceful monster community-well, mostly peaceful... sans: i'd say you're just putting yourself down. sans: i've seen 'human' been used in the same context you use 'monster.' sans: beyond that...well, you understand me, to a degree. sans: i don't think i understand myself sometimes. sans: but I understand whats going on now...i think.
Seeker's Beastiary: A catalouge of basically any inherently hostile beast you could possibly find (and I mean the kind that mindlessly attack you on sight-or not-so-mindlessly in some cases), it also doubles as a heart storage. Whatever that is in this context. Kingdom Hearts style? In any caes, you can still summon the monsters within.
An unearthly jade light fills The Sleuth. He twitches before moving on...
I then just do a little dance. The amazingness of this dance stuns one random entity.
...no time for a proper attack.
ut: Hey, Chloe.
ut: Ever get the feeling you just suddenly died?
ga: ...sadly, that's far from the strangest question you just asked me...
ga: ...but yes.
ut: Anyway, progress on the Sleuth; he's personally remained stable.
ut: All attempted copies of his code have generally combusted and/or died.
ut: Then there's the matter of Attempt #1; still concerning...
ut: There is one main problem today; it seems that having copies of the Sleuth at any given moment causes problems; as proven by tests 4 and 5.
ga: (Still kinda sad they died, but oh well.)
ga: Should we see what's going on at the tree?
ut: Welp, not in person.
ut: Not sure if there's permadeath going on here or something.
ut: I'll send SOMETHING over, just to view the carnage...
+$HaveARottenDay$: I can assure you there isn't any Permadeath on! +$HaveARottenDay$: Respawns still work, everyone! That being said, well...
+$HaveARottenDay$: I'm not gonna lie, it HURTS. Plus, respawning too much at once has...Red consequences.
+$HaveARottenDay$: Usually wouldn't matter if you were just playing a regular game, but now, that's different. +$HaveARottenDay$: Also, KeepInventory is on, so don't worry about losing any of your $ from dying!
Huh. It appears UserZero hasn't bothered to explicitly mention who was AZ/GS for the purposes of ratting you out. It also appears, after the initial quiet, the main chat's gone eerily quiet. You also realize that, just checking who's on, that even though quite a few people logged on, this cannot possibly be the entire population of Minecraft-And probably too few even then.
+$HaveARottenDay$: As some of you may have noticed, not everyone who's ever played Minecraft ever is here!
+$HaveARottenDay$: That's because this is mostly just a 'default' in case people bounced around servers a lot!
+$HaveARottenDay$: There's other people on other servers-I think the Avatar effect REALLY leans towards multiplayer servers over Singleplayer, thankfully, but if people have only played Singleplayer, well...
+$HaveARottenDay$: In any case, it'll be a small duty of ours to get in contact with all of the Servers! It'll be on the horizon!
+$HaveARottenDay$: It's secondary, however, to just getting everyone situated! Shelter, Water, Food-that's the priority right now!
Just before the Hivemind's SOUL breaks, a flash of light is seen, and the Hivemind's SOUL is gone. The Golem holds up a jar containing the Hivemind's SOUL, albeit in a non-sentient form.
Golem: Alright, I've got a spare SOUL now. The Hivemind's a chaotic cluster of discordant thoughts, voices, and actions, its SOUL should behave similarly, and be more than powerful enough for my purposes. Now to absorb it.
The Golem quickly grabs the SOUL out of the jar, absorbing it.
An unearthly blue light fills the Golem. He twitches slightly before moving on.
Golem: Wait. Seriously. Ughhhhhhhhh. You just. Wow.
Golem: Sadly, there's several factors you've neglected to keep in mind when you decided to blow up the planet here, UserZero. Let's list them.
Golem: First off, many people don't own games. You actually probably already knew that, but let's continue from there.
Golem: The second thing is that the the majority of people who don't own games are either A. too poor to afford them, B. in third world countries, and therefore unable to have access to them, or both.
Golem: Therefore you can argue that in blowing up the Earth, you were being incredibly classist.
Golem: The third thing you neglected to keep in mind is that the SJWs are still around. And they all saw you do that.
Golem: You freaking classist.
Golem: DOWN WITH THE ONE PERCENT!!!
The SJWs promptly swarm UserZero for being a classist 1%er.
((Quick note: Occupy Wall Street started in around September 2011. As this is set around November 2011, Occupy Wall Street should still be a thing people know about. Also, even if UserZero wasn't actually in the 1%, she probably is by now, what with the global population having taken a massive hit.))
Golem: Oh, and uh. Build might be dead now, but he's probably still alive somehow. For some reason. Maybe he was playing D&D back now.
You attempt to absorb the Hivemind's SOUL, or even preserve it-it is too powerful to just break because you killed it! This isn't Undertale! And I will keep saying it until it registers!. You also fail to absorb the SOUL, but do draw it out of the ether. Your observations are apt.
The Jar promptly starts twitching, and then flings itself free of your grasp and flies into the air. I'm not going to describe the rest-but you must understand this bit, that the jar, in the span of several seconds, mutates back into a Brand new Twitchy.
She looks as confused as you probably are////OR-MAYBE-YOU-WILL-JUST-DRAG-MY-SOUL-OUT-OF-THE-THOUGHTWAYS-AND-ALLOW-ME-TO-RESPAWN?-I-GUESS-THAT-WORKS!-I-HAVE-NO-REAL-REASON-TO-BUG-ANYONE-SO-SEE-YA-LATER!////. She doesn't stick around for round two, though, thank goodness-Indeed, she pulls out a fedora and a briefca////NOW-TO-FIND-UNCLE-GRANDPA-AND-GET-BACK-TO-PLAYING-THAT-D&D-GAME!////se and LE VANISHES. UserZero just looks annoyed.
You really thought just taking the soul of such a powerful and chaotic, mutation-prone being would work out like you expected it? Lucky for us there wasn't a REAL problem.
The SJWs are a horde, and even if the call can't be proven because of a distinct lack of evidence, they still swarm her, but they are no match for UserZero's mighty dual-wielding Uzis! That and everyone else 'friendly-firing' them. No-one cares, not even sans. Everyone hates SJWs.
Telum Warded Jar && Blacksmith's Briefcase = The Weaponcase (3/8)
Lux Warded Jar1 && Brightsteel = ??? (1/?)
1Lux Warded Jar: A warded jar containing 64 Lux essentia. Lux is the aspect of light.
- - : Generating light level 40.
- - : 0/40,000 EMC. Receiving light level 40. Generating 10,000 EMC per post and transferring 5,000 EMC into , 5,000 EMC into .
- - : 26,000/409,600,000 EMC. Receiving 1,000 EMC per post from . Transferring no EMC.
- - : Condensing nothing. 14,965/1,000,000 EMC. Receiving 5,000 EMC per post from .
- - : Contains 101 Arrows of the Primal and 1 Tracking Rocket Chainsaw. Receiving items from .
- - : Receiving sunlight. Generating 81,920 EU per post. Transferring 81,920 EU per post to .
- - : 407,562/320,000,000 EU. Receiving 81,920 EU per post from . Transferring 106 EU per post to .
- - : Receiving 106 EU per post as power supply from .
- - : Being powered and operated by .
Project M11-Puzzlehunters (30/50)
Project M12-The Typographer (18/50)
Project M10-The Java Programmer (50/50) (+6 from Bomber, +2 to all from Tazz, +4 from Generic)
+3 to Twin
RD 9 February 2016
DTG Multiversal Cluster
I look around, regaining my battle sense, and see Fennia's gone. She must have teleported back to her home dimension. Immediately, I activate my next charge.
I draw a perfect tetradecagon on the ground in summoning chalk. I line each edge with minuscule letters each spelling out a Java program. A JFrame appears, painted to look like a door. The JFrame door opens and another teenage girl steps out, with several holographic screens surrounding her.
107. The Java Programmer - Yuzita Rukura has been summoned!
Data Protection (Passive): Yuzita will not take damage until half of all Coding Drive data is removed. Damage dealt to Yuzita before this point transfers over to the Coding Drive at the rate of 100 damage = 0.2 GB. After reaching 128.0 GB remaining Coding Drive data, the Coding Drive can still be targeted to reduce her damage output.
Code Repository (Passive): Yuzita uses code from her Coding Drive to deal damage. Based on how much data remains on the Coding Drive, Yuzita will get a damage multiplier.
256.0 - 192.2 GB = x1.20
192.0 - 128.2 GB = x1.10
128.0 - 96.2 GB = x1.00
96.0 - 64.2 GB = x0.75
64.0 - 32.2 GB = x0.50
32.0 - 0.2 GB = x0.25
Coding Drive destroyed = x0.10
If her Coding Drive is destroyed, she will be near-unable to fight effectively as she is untrained in standard combat.
Another Passive: Yuzita will leave the battlefield upon reaching 0 EHP or lower.
Storypost, part 2
"Urgent news from *verse.monitor! Everyone to the main room!"
Rinon got off her computer, where she was studying the phonetics of Proto-Esperloglan.
"Earth, Universe B, DTG Multiverse has blown up." Silence.
"Oh. Oh Lord Gabenoid, Bob Saget, SCP-343, and Billy Mays," one of the HLV Units says.
"We've lost contact with Cobalt, but Yuzita just left, so she will bring back news on him when she comes back, if she does."
"Who did that? If it's where I think it is, I swear I'm going to-"
"It was traced to a plunger on the very server you were in."
Rinon stormed out of the room.
I pull out SCP-4517-DTG and conduct the EAS Tones Orchestra to accompany Shizuki and I singing an epic duet medley:Life-Cheating Game
(instrumental) Tokyo Cyber Detective Brigade One, two, three, pulling the steel trigger, If time would slow for me at that second, Full of warning and error The city's moving onUnhappy Refrain You say that, but is it, even RNG? Repeating every 89 seconds the same things go What I saw, what I heard, is it RNG? It doesn't matter at all, but no one will know! The Muzzle of Nemesis Hello and goodbye, Mr. Michael Rosen I've set your plamz storehouse ablaze, so now make your final choice Will you give up your plamz or will you give up your life? Burn, you were never noice!If It's Making a Song, Let's Get Started!The ultimate legend, it all starts here and nowYour very own, personal EAS!
Sign on the dotted line, on this here contract,If we're making a new set of tones,now, now, now, it's time!Justitia of LifeBut as I pray to the RNG, and find them unansweredBe reincarnated, our life and our [random numbers]No matter what may strike usYou can't erase our existence now!Tin Plate Dance x Bare Earth TravelThe emperor now calls checkmate ISCII re-encode to ASCII / Crossing paths vertically with a tired painThe deluded Roflican church dances through the dark halls / The magnetic reversal beginsIt's like time is finally stopping right in its tracks / While you pray for an auspicious futureEveryone join hands and join in, ROFLCOPTER DANCE / The underground New Rofl City is open for businessIsolation≡ThanatosHey, does your voice exist solely just to cause me pain?Can your tongue only articulate insults, put-downs and so on?
If the patient will break down only after three hits,I will crush you after just one slap to the face.Transparent ElegyAh, well, it hurts, or something like thatMy voice must have reached you by now, so let me askDo you hate, dislike, or something like thatYour sound is unclear and I can't really hear you, soLiterature Girl InsaneThough we cry out and we scream out and we shout out and go insane but then after thatThe world won't change at all! (get frikin rekt m8)So let the combustible lemons burn down your housenow, let's play childishly together and degenerate!Ah, let me be with you and this guy and that guy and everyone else in being fools! (skrub)And with those left-behind hopes with nobody to thinkNow, farewell to you, and as for you, good riddance!
I start a new charge.
Project M11-Puzzlehunters (28/50)
Project M12-The Typographer (16/50)
Project M13-ON THE OTHER SIDE (3/50) (+2 from Generic)
Lux Warded Jar && Brightsteel = Luminite (1/?)
Yuzita summoned! She'll do as you say.
that song was lovely, but what was it supposed to accomplish?
Adventure Fredbear: Block all attacks aim at the annoying dog
Annoy dog: USE YOUR ULTIMATE WHILE YOU STILL LIVE.
==== Charged heal: 3/3 15/15 (6+ from engie)10/10
Combining the power of those, i seek out the mystical factory of the Healing Orange. Rumor has it that it was once to be used to heal a gatekeepers friend, but failed, for the friend was dead. Being [PZ], i simply ask the owner for it's location. Boom. Search Over. Once i have extracted the healing orange from the factory, i present it to the Dog. His wounds regenerate... But not enough.
Over time, Science March's On, and so does the color of the Healing Color's. Indeed, a great many new Healing Colors are invented. The Annoy Dog is put in a machine where he can see the healing colors of the rainbow. He is in a massive fortified lab, designed to take a massive assault from even a godmodder and survive. At the center, the dog rests in a large area, designed to allow him to live normally while enjoying the healing colors. Over time, more colors are added. Finally, all the colors of the rainbow are created. Then, finally, they are fused and used to create first a rainbow healing beam, which then condenses into a white beam, which not only has immense healing property's, but is immensely powerful when used on any white object. Which the dog is.oops.
The resulting beam heals the dog so much, he is empowered. His soul breaks free, no longer afraid of death, having achieved ultimate enlightenment. He knows that he must do. And now, his soul, his mind, and body are all heal, repaired, fix, and cleared, ready for one final action.
This of course only occurs if possible. if not, i just shrug and toss the charges at UserZero. if thats not possible and she cannot accept charges, which i think is the case, i accept the refund.
Richard, of course, notices the lab, and decides to storm it. But alas. It is too late. The Dog is already healed. Still, in vain, he decides to storm it. But first, he must go though several rooms though which he cannot just teleport though.
Room one: Room of ice, wizards and glue.
The rules are simple. No attacking the Icemonkeys, or the Glue Monkeys. Richard is moving at the speed of a red bloon without being slowed. Though out the entire room, 4/4 Glue Gunners and 4/4 ice monkeys will slow him immensely, while a horde of Sun Gods pepper him with pain. Once he gets to the end, 5 Monkey Wizards trained in teleportation will teleport him to the back of the room, but one dies per teleport. If he plows though it with his armor, he takes damage for cheating. This rule apply's to all other rooms.
Room Two: The Might of The Red Army
The entire red army from 1945 is in this room. There guns are strong enough to phase though friendly's, and they must be killed one by one. Planes take 3 hits to kill, tanks take 4 hits to kill. Oh, and each soldier has one respawn and infinite ammo. No AoE attacks.
Once he gets past this, he has to face a massive ZOMG painted red and with 1 million HP, that also has the entire red army on board.
Room 3: The Anti-Richard Turret
A massive turret that is just really strong and really unfair is in this room. It respawns once, and has a massive number of ability's that rapidly charge along side constantly inflicting status debuffs while constantly stunning.
room 4: The Hurting Whites
The room is covering in healing whites run though the 1/1 machine. They cannot be inverted back to healing whites, and Richard cannot fly. He will constantly be damage by the Hurting Whites while also having to deal with a debuff that slows his speed down to one block per hour.
Room 5: Cog Run
Upon entering, Richard temporary becomes a cog. He is easily the most powerful cog, so normally this would be easy, but it's just a edit of the first room- the Arctic Winds and Glue Gunners are still there. Meanwhile, he is constantly pelted with level seven gags, including some from the Gag Turret in the next room, making him take loads of damage due to being a cog. At the end, the floor that he walked on flips upside own, drowning him in molten salt stolen from Irecreeper's attack. Then, the room flips back up. He can now proceed to the next
Room 6: Gag Turret and Anti Richard Turret 2.0
The Gag turret spams 50 Level 7 gags at richard as a cog per second. The Catch: it's HP is one and it's attacks have no knockback. It dies fast, and Richard's Cog Suit explodes, turning him back into a normal minecraftian godmodder.
The anti richard turret 2.0 is simple: it spams a single, immensely overpowered attack at absurd rates, while two Anti-richard turrets make dodging it hard. He easy wrecks it though, and passes to room 8, realizing that the last room counted for two rooms.
Room 8: IT'S A TRAP!
He finally comes though to the command Center. He walks up to the control panel, and disables the healing whites... Then realizes the annoying dog is long gone.
Suddenly, the worlds "IT'S A TRAP!" ring out, moments before he is dumped into the Toxic Hurting Color waste under the lab. You know, were all the failed toxic experiments are for the healing colors?
Then, finally, he escapes, and teleports back to the battlefield
Thanks, Rich. That didn't bother me in the slightest.
Just so you are aware... I happen to be fine. Speed saw this kind of Earth Shattering Kaboom coming. I'm in Camelot, which is the Capital of Elementia... And I'm perfectly fine with the fact that Earth no longer exists.
Naturaaly, I know exactly what happened. I jump down to Speed's level, and walk over to Richard. One may be able to see a red-gloved hand. This may or may not be a Godmodder glove.
You would destroy a planet though. A real planet. Just because I survived, and mostly don't care, doesn't mean I'm not taking this seriously. The destruction you caused... That makes you a threat. I am not stopping you. But be warned, there shall be dire consequences when Mr. Darke returns to a battle you are in.
I return to my cloud and bring a bar fridge filled with Pepsi Maxes in it.
Wait, you said Dragon Charges?
Speed says, hands outstretched, looking at the portal to Earth I created.
Damn, those things are powerful. I'm gonna need help fixing this, even I can't do it alone
Speed says, them redirects his attention to, and points his sword at Chef-Class Imperator Titan.
I've fought bigger, faster, stronger and tougher than you. Single handed. I have a small army here to help me right now. Mr. Titan person, you're going down!
Damn, Speed. I thought you were trying to forget Ex.
I tried. So I use him as a comparison to all enemies I fight. The
It's not exactly a fair comparison. He was the Ultimate Demon.
You say it like I care. I'm taking this guy down.
Speed then creates a small ocean under him and drops his sword into it
Are you going to get that?
Speed looks at his left Inhibitor Ring, where there's a screen with a timer reading... 00:00 on it.o
Speed dives into the ocean, swimming down faster than he should be able to. He then comes up with his sword in tow, but the blade is now high-pressured water with the same runes running down the middle. He then uses Braver on the top layer of Chef-Class Imperator Titan's armour, an an attempt to disperse the flames.
But honestly... You need to cool down a bit!
What is with you and crappy one-liners at the moment?
The ocean promptly disperses. Action Summary:
Speed uses a Water-Infused Braver on Chef-Class Imperator Titan. Special Attacks:
Gauss Rifle: I'm reverting it back to 50 turns. Right on cap. Somebody very experienced here told me it was too overpowered. 9/50
3 charges to Scott Cawthon- I mean battlefury13. Because I know he is absolutely definitely a PZ.
OK, being an actual Godmodder straight-up is kind of...Err. It's a power I don't want people to just GET effortlessly, you know? Sorry. That being said, good news: Anti-Godmodders (as well as the other general players) are generally in the same level of power as the lowest-ranked Godmodder, so you could have probably just looted that from a Dead Alpha. Like, sorry dog, but yeah, can't let that fly easy (though you can make an Alchemy to make yourself an Alpha)
IN any case, 25,000 damage to the Imperator! I have a feeling you REALLY fit for this game.
Flip Lighter || Panda Tibbers (teddy bear form) && Soul of a Fireworks Demon && Weasly-Approved Fireworks = ? (Level ? - 1/?)
1+ to Teag 1+ to Twin 1+ to MeGa
Switched out ire for teag here because I can expect ire to be busy for a while with the spooky scary Pact charge.
| Inventory | ~
Eye of Nagakaborous (Level 6)
The Chain Warden (Level 9)
Gangplank's Caliber (Level 4)
Destiny (Level 10)
Sodarayg (Level 10)
Source of Confusion (Level 10)
| Action |
~Toast activates OldSpice.exe! (again)
~Toast slathers herself in Old Spice: she now smells like a man because she's not using lady scented body wash. Suddenly, everyone realises anything can happen when you smell like a man and not a lady. One of the things that happens is ~Toast suddenly develops synthaesia. She is now both chromesthesic and blind. Also she is no longer a man. Not that she ever was or anything, but 'anything can happen when you stop using lady scented body wash'.
Although honestly, given how lax and chill ~Toast is, she just lets herself see anyway. Because she's cool like that. No flying off the handle like anything. Like she wanted nothing to do with the handle. Like she had rejected the handle's advances, as well as it's interview, because of her previous relationship with the handle. Nope. None of that.
~Toast has 3 colours. Every time she deals damage, she gets damage counters (DMG) towards her current colour, which level up seperately and gain different bonuses. She can change to different colours freely (but max. once per post). ~Toast only gets EXP for the colour she is using curr.ently, and as such only gets bonuses from that colour while using it. She can also mix two colours once every 6 posts to gain the bonuses from both colours temporarily, in addition to applying DMG to both colours.
Red - Level 1 - 0/50'000
Yellow - Level 1 - 0/50'000
Blue - Level 1 - 0/50'000
Old spice expended! I'll assume you're red to start.
Flip Lighter || Panda Tibbers (teddy bear form) && Soul of a Fireworks Demon && Weasly-Approved Fireworks = Wildfire (Level 10: 1/11)
(Hmm, you know, since I'm worse at posting then Tazz is at updating apparently... aaaaaaaaaaaand I haven't played Undertale yet (Might not get a chance to play it until the end of the year :/) I think I'll have to sit out DTG until I can work out a schedule and hopefully the Undertale dies down. Gah, why am I always so slow to do things : P, I'll never get to be hip with the modern gaming/nerd community pop-culture!)
Awwwww...Well, I can see the issue from a mile away. Hope you come back!
48/50 The Only Proper Way to Defeat an Enemy Mech (+2 Tazz)
35/50 CAPTAIN MEME! (+2 Tazz)
5/50 Beat Beat Beat To the left! (+2 Tazz)
+1 Ire, Crystal, Twin
Sandstorm-Darude Version II Sandstorm-TM version: Irritation 5/5
Mooshroom II Mega Mushroom: Mega Mooshroom 5/5
What does it do? Well, it gives milk. And mushrooms.
Defibrillator && Magic Thorn: Pain Link 2/7
Causes two beings to feel the same pain as the other is feeling.
Mega Mushroom (x 9)
Ocarina of Thyme
Irritation-Still don't really know what this does. All I know is that it's on a disc.
I surreptitiously take out a phone, and press record, hoping to record the battlefield's response to the carnage.
Reinforced Phone: 10/10 HP, cannot lose more than 4 HP in one turn, records conversations in thread for others to see. Basically, the more people who mention that Uzi caused the destruction this turn, the better for me and the AZs.
"Okay, the time for marveling at mass destruction and joking around has passed. This is serious, and I shall treat it as such. The one who activated the dragon charge (you know who you are). Your heinous actions will be judged appropriately. The time for leniency has passed. The time for fun and games is over. This is no longer a vacation, this is now my self-proclaimed job.
This is as far as you go."
Star takes a look around the battlefield, keeping an eye on specific people. He wants to see the PZ's reaction. And hear the PZ's reaction. Their testimony will carry more weight, as they are currently allied with the person in charge of this server.
Dialga uses Flash Cannon on Conversion_of_Ninjutsu
Irritation: The ULTIMATE in the titular, combining an annoying and painful weather condition with an annoying and painful high-energy song. Bound to get under anyone's skin!
Your phone is summoned, BUT you notice a brief flash of glitch as you pull it out. It doesn't appear again, though, but you definitely saw it...
Your entities will do as you say.
Your speech, while definitely much better than most you've made, is also really kind of midgigated by the fact that, in this case, the one responsible not being able to go farther would only be advantageous as that means YOU couldn't get farther either. Well, in a literal sense anyways. Point made either way.
Walker decides to stab Maurice. The stab results in a fountain of blood. He does it again. And again. And again. And again. And again. And again. And again. And again. And again. Then gives up because all the stabbing is starting to tire out his arms. He then transfers the tiredness of his arms into Maurice's will to live.
Not-Verdana takes a wander over to Sans. He pauses once in close proximity, then sits down beside Sans. Strangely, he doesn't seem to be attacking. He turns to Sans, the green in his eyes almost seeming to shine with uncried tears...?
"So... You seem to be having a few issues of some sort. The planet blowing up, for example. I felt that from here... honestly, it reminded me of home. No doubt my family members of this timeline are all dead now... oh well. That's not the key point."
It's not like they mattered much to me... ever since I accepted...
"The point is, well... look, I'm not very good with words. Or, for that matter, comforting people. But, see, you aren't going to accomplish anything by sitting here. There's some sort of end goal that you're working towards. I just know there is. Perhaps you're trying to free someone, bring someone close to you back... hell, maybe it's as generic as wanting to change the world for the better. Whatever it is you're trying to do, it's not going to happen by you just sitting here."
The look in his eyes is one of someone who would initiate a tight hug if it weren't potentially fatal.
"The world is only going to change if you make it change. So, for lack of a better phrase, I really hope you understand this one... Sans. Stay determined."
He pauses, then rises to his feet, offering Sans a hand up.
OK, if it's NOT Verdana, then what is your name?
Sans nods along and acknowledges you but doesn't seem to be able to respond beyond turning down the hand.
Don't worry, I read everything. To briefly describe the major points:
-the Foundation (on earth) is dead. Deader than dead, in fact, and UserZero's ensured it. Not one SCP capable of magically undoing this situation survived (and in fact, I will hithero assume you somehow have exact copies of any SCP you mention, no matter who or what or if that's even possible, except those). EXOS scans for why-the Dragon Charges apparently literally wiped out more than their lives, but their ability TO live at all, in any sense, even as an exact clone-however, for SOME reason, you actually pick up on Foundation signals despite Earth being gone...Completely, and without a place they could be at. It appears a body was sufficiently different enough to allot their consciousness, which cheats the Dragon Bomb-aka the Avatar effect. The location they're at is...Some place called the Trope Pantheon. You get a sense that the most recent PZ, Sp33d0n, knows of it. They are not currently making any plans that you know of to do anything. (By which I mean, at this point, I think the SCP Foundation ought to be in the hands of the GM, if you would be so kind. I'm sorry-but I really just can't let there be a magic solution already in place, I want players to really feel like they REALLY earned their victory here, and I can't think of a real way to get rid of them. For the bad surprise on this much, I'll give you a free Charge Token, which is basically +10 whenever you need it.)
- You check the data before handing it to him, and to your very unfortunate surprise...It's ridiculously corrupted. It looks like the glitch took an extended stay in your case while you weren't looking. Your data corrupts by LOOKING at it, and you wisely close it before adverse effects occur. It will take Great Effort (which is my codeword for 'the thing you REALLY need some big trying on) to uncorrupt this case. You can bet UserZero did it, but you can't find out for sure until you uncorrupted the data-the nature of this world means finding out who did it with the data completely uncorrupted will be a cinch.
-EXOS fails to get any data from his future selves for no discernible reason whatsoever. Further investigation is gonna be needed.
-sans looks at you, but not at YOU-more accurately it's at Y that he's looking at.
-The Data portal collapses, but not before triggering a Paradox! The roll is 1825, which kills the Dark Star Core instantly! HOwever, the core twitches...Something's gonna happen!
As for Hyperstorm Balancing...Weath Ray CANNOT auto-damage the Godmodder on crit because anything with guarenteed damage on the Godmodder is automatically OP enough to roll over the OP scale. The Hyperstorm's death won't trigger GM damage regardless barring having an allied GM at the time, as faction-specific bosses can only damage godmodders they're allied to! The choose-who-gets-hurt thing only applies to N and H bosses is because they benefit NONE of the 3 factions. Crit chance on Weath Ray goes down to 5%, 20% if it's a singular 'focused' action by the Hyperstorm (40,000 with Penetration at base is one thing, nailing a crit for 200,000 with the same properties is insane), and there is a 10% chance of missing either way. finally, Mind control only works on bosses below 20% HP. Beyond that, it's honestly pretty well-balanced for a massive boss, so let's rock it. Hyperstorm summoned!
Wow... so, Userzero, you, uh... killed everyone. I mean, RICHARD killed everyone. Wow. Uh... I guess there's nothing to do but... stay on the PZ side, I guess. I mean, really, how can you kill us all if we're already dead? It's probably totally safe to let you win.
I stare (literal) daggers at Richard, for blowing up everyone and getting us into this mess. HOW COULD YOU, RICHARD?
Richard stares literal daggers right back! Daggers dipped in hate and laced with poison and acid that destory your daggers and your eyes!
Uzi do you hear me? You trifled with something that belongs to me. The Humans are mine. I promise that you will only live long enough to regret taking them from me. You know who I am. Be honored that I have seen you as a nuisance. It isn't everyday I fight a Godmodder.
Revan is recovering from the sheer pain, of feeling a phaetocide. All those lives forced to end in a single moment... Nothing they could do... They struggles to their feet and appears to be making a time out hand signal, they want to talk with sans
((Current Idea: Revan is now going to be referred to in gender-neutral pronouns. It also appears that Canon be gorilla. Also Phaetocide is a word I made up because it appears there is no word in the English language that describes the destruction of a planet. Phaeton is a theoretical/hypothetical planet that supposedly exploded in our solar system.))
Charges The Crawling Chaos: 22/??
Assists +2 Pit, +1 Twin
Hey Flowey, I like your style kid, but why not dream bigger?
sans doesn't seem to notice you. He's mostly lost in thought.
I open a gift hoping to find a Blue Charge Token (which is marked as [AZ]) Not the Red or White or Green ones.
Coarsebot? 25/40 +2 from Superbowl/Tazz
Collab Summon: The Rune Master 1/50 (Wont started until Toast and MeGa joined Hey Toast and MeGa! can we do the Rune Master now? Boss.
The Plusinator Crystals 16/50 +1 from Revan, +2 from Superbowl/Tazz (Will be added as one of the Alchemiter Ingredient or Module making process for upgrading or creating items that has the + next to the level Also it wont moves up a level that it will be at 10+ if I made a Level 10 Alchemy while using the Plusinator Crystal. If a Level 10 Alchemy deals 4,000 damage, However the Level 10+ Alchemy deals 4,200 damage)
Canister && Mini Impetus Comb Fragment && Belt && bit of Problem Sleuth references = Contained Impetus Comb on the Belt 1/-1
Description (Translated): The Impetus Comb that is miniature version of the real one that is also the same power as the real one and it is located on the belt used for Combo Raves and such, however that is way too strong to use and handle the belt sadly...
Cannon && a pile of Black Midis && Minigun && Lag Reducers = Black (MIDI) Flag 2/11
Trying to find a recipe for the 2nd Gatekeeper Alchemy... Knife && Glass of TPP Hivemind && Playing Cards && Heart = ??? 1/??
Joke Alchemy: Nope
Project Telekinetic Line: Not started yet,
Storm Weapon Line: Not started yet,
REKT Cannon Line: Items in the First Alchemy Tree: Red Dead Retribution, ??? (Any Level), ??? (Any Level), ??? (Only Level 10 and Above Alchemy) If all the weapons I made for the first Alchemy Tree, I had to combine all these to make the part of the Extremely Powerful Alchemy
Lunabade sends the Healing Token on Ultra Greed (That what heals him a bit)
Ebbotine Temmie: i am NOT HERE, i am IN LMBO.
The Light Magician casts Light Heal to heal Lunabade
+1 Generic +1 Twin +1 Irecreeper for The Pact
Charge Bank: N/A
Angelic Blessing: [Power Rank V] Heals the target for very large healing
Best of Times, Worst of Times (Also known as BoT,WoT) [Power Rank X] Can be used for Damage or Healing and have forms of it's Weapons Current Form: Blade Form. Current Time: Good Times. After Attack Charges III (Used after 2 uses)
Tao's Edge/Twilight's [Power Rank VII] Deals Light/Dark (Based on Forms) Damage to the Foes however, You can switch Weapon forms for Different Elements Current Form Dark
Red Dead Retribution [Power Rank VII] Ranged Weapon and part of the REKT Cannon Alchemy Tree
Like a Boss [Power Rank X] Melee/Ranged Weapon Sadly it don't have the Damage up Buff against Bosses because of Balance
Potion of Critmist: 2x (Used on the Target for Instant Crits) (I am saving these until another Big Boss/Gatekeeper appeared.)
Potion of Dire Nectar: 1x (Used on the Target for Healing + Instant Crits)
Broken Temmie Crown (h0I!)
Essence of Sp00p (Used for Sp00pinat0r's Sp00py Slasher (Level 15+ (+ is i want to make the Plusinator Crystal via the 50 post Charge.)))
OOC: Hey Toast and MeGa! can we do the Rune Master now?
Knife && Glass of TPP Hivemind && Playing Cards && Heart = Broken Twist (Level 15: 1/16)
Alchemiter upgrade, to the rescue!
LIght Magician summoned! Mostly just so I don't forget about it!
Mega Mushroom II Invincibility Star: True Mega Mushroom 1/16 (I believe you said this was level 15)
The ultimate in one turn buffs. Massive raise in attack power, and invincibility. What's not to like? Other than the long charge time.
Star's reinforced Phone II Nintendium: Star's Armored Phone 1/??
Prevents more than 2 damage to be done to Star's phone per turn. Vital for intelligence gathering.
Defibrillator && Magic Thorn: Pain Link 3/7
Causes two beings to feel the same pain as the other is feeling.
TT2000, staring literal daggers at someone seems like a good way to lose eyesight painfully.
Well, time for the next saga in Star's story: the campaign to clear Richard's name.
(Considering who Richard is, this isn't going to be easy. However, considering that it is true...I have to believe I can do it.)
Episode One: Intelligence Gathering
It is a terrible stain on one's conscience to prove a guilty man innocent. Unfortunately, Richard, despite other faults, is innocent in this case. I know he's killed before, I know he will kill again, but he did not blow up a planet.
That would be the elephant in the room. Userzero-who's real name seems to be Hera-just blew up Earth. Not my Earth, thankfully, if this conflict gets THAT far reaching, then the OP scale will have to work into overtime. The weapon was a Dragon Charge owned by Richard, connected to a plunger pulled-and owned-by Uzi. Which apparently means that the Earth must be rebuilt from scratch.
I don't know what these Dragon Charges are, but they appear to be indiscriminate weapons of massive annihilation that puts conventional weaponry, and even much unconventional weaponry, to shame. Worthy of the name, "Dragon".
First, I must find out what a Dragon Charge does. Next, I must check my video records, and see if there's any video that proves Richard's innocence.
There is a problem with this endeavor, though, and it's a detail that makes this personal. Userzero pinned her crime on Richard, and proclaimed us to be hapless pawns who didn't know what we were getting into.
I agree with that last part. Some of us came here on accident, and Userzero willingly trapped us on the server. Thus, they chose their best chance of survival...what that choice was varied. Others came from the future, to prevent a paradox. I came here as a vacation, not expecting this.
In doing so, she's given the AZs, and possibly the GSs and neutrals, the tag of unwitting accomplices, which more fits the PZ players in this case. Basically, she's framed all of us for the crime of causing the apocalypse and aiding the formation of the apocalypse.
That will make gathering intelligence all the more difficult, and means I cannot just go around getting testimony from all the AZ players about how Uzi pressed the plunger of her own accord, without any "being knocked back into it" nonsense.
While Richard is innocent in this case, it is his Dragon Charge, which means he knows what they do.
I ask Richard what the effects of a Dragon Charge are.
"Hey, Richard. What is a Dragon Charge, and what are its effects?"
Richard is about to speak, then looks like he just got an awesome idea. He quickly writes down something on a piece of paper and hands it to you. It reeks of Godmodding, a protective sort to prevent its contents from being corrupted. Given Crusher's attempt, you could see why...It might serve you well to uncorrupt his data, as that is basically a guilty case on UserZero's hands even if the actual case wouldn't do anything.
IN any case, the paper reads thus:
Dragon Charges are, in form, similar to TNT, though it is instead marked with a greek-labeled eqivalent and all the individual sticks of dynamite are colored black, with red fuses, to make sure its distinguishable from a regular charge. Its denotative effect is unparalleled amongst the arsenal of a godmodder, and a godmodder gets one per Rank they climb, for a possible total of 10 (and instinctively know of the effects EXACTLY); however, so destructive are they that they cannot be resummoned by any other method, and most godmodders put up significant defense (even by the standards of godmodders) to guard these ultra explosives. Dragon Charges have only ever been used (well, prior to Uzi blowing up his) on dead worlds due to their horrific power; their combination of Oblivion energies and godmodding powers can nullify any and all possible defenses around the area of detonation before instantly obliterating whatever is in the way, and the combination also ensures that they literally cannot survive as they are. Godmodders have used this, rarely, to kill otherwise impossible to annihilate entities before, when every other option has been out of their reach, though they rarely do so lightly due to the immense blast radius. No survivors from such an incident, bar other godmodders, have ever been known, and those godmodders have NEVER came out unscathed-weaker ones have outright died from the blast. The Avatar effect was discovered due to this, in fact; an accident lead to one of the godmodders becoming a full-on Minecraftian. It appears the Avatar Effect is an internal Narrative loophole for these instances.
Dragon charges are stable-state and cannot be detonated by accident. Dragon Charges are 3x3x3 meters in volume exactly. Dragon charges are named for the Red Dragon-a mythological being that, naturally, Richard doesn't believe in, but nevertheless apparently resides at the very core of the true Nether of Minecraft, a core so thick that the usual creative mode players digging into it wouldn't even do so and would be under a complex illusion of thinking they did so. the Red Dragon is sealed so tightly (apparently) for good reason; its ltierally a dragon-shaped embodient of oblivion itself, infinite in size and potential power, and its only desire is to return all to ambiguity; such a powerful figure, given for the name of a powerful explosive.
He also notes that, due to how the charge works, you'd have to literally rebuild the planet from scratch, if you so attempted. Richard would back you on this, mostly just to clear his name on the matter, but is too busy to commit to anything other than potential defense, which he adds, is likely to crop up.