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    A Beginner's Guide to the End of the Universe vol. II

    Attention, new readers:

    This is the second thread for this adventure. If you continue reading, the risk of encountering spoilers is very high and the chance that you will be really damn confused is practically a guarantee.

    But I'm glad you decided to check it out.

    You can go to the first thread here.

    You can also scope out the mirrored version here, but I can't promise it's all been translated to that format yet.

    For everyone else, let's continue...

    Investigate still intact orbit-orb.


    As soon as you look at it, the MINIATURE BLACK MOON begins to orbit your own head.

    Ever considered making some food? You need the health, if you forgot.


    You decide to save up your newfound CREATIVITY for getting the hell out of here purposes. Instead, you just eat the RATIONS you brought with you.

    They're pretty bland, but each can grants 5 NUTRITION points, which you immediately convert to HIT POINTS.

    You open up your MENU and check on your status before continuing.








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    Re: A Beginner's Guide to the End of the Universe vol. II

    Hooray for Volume II!

    > Realize that you are now (and have been, technically) the closest thing this dimension has to a god. (Save for an actual god who may or may not exist.) Party.

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    Re: A Beginner's Guide to the End of the Universe vol. II

    Damn. I knew it wouldn't be that easy.



    > There's no time to waste: open a RAPPORT with Chairman Jack. Check up on your friends.
    Last edited by Naesr Tazam; 10-13-2010 at 10:32 AM.

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    Re: A Beginner's Guide to the End of the Universe vol. II

    Quote Originally Posted by Naesr Tazam View Post
    > There's no time to waste: open a RAPPORT with Chairman Jack. Check up on your friends.
    Nope. We don't have a link to Jack right now. Can't do that. We should get to the surface anyway.
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    Re: A Beginner's Guide to the End of the Universe vol. II

    > Now that "A Beginner's Guide to the End of the Universe" has a thread in the completed forum, go read it.

    Your IMAGINATION gauge has been refilled. You are now AMAZED.

    > COMPOSERTECH LVL. 65: INTROSPECTION IN THE KEY OF B FLAT


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    Re: A Beginner's Guide to the End of the Universe vol. II

    > Attempt to commune with moon, see if you can influence it.

    > Examine area for exits.
    The only constant is Chaos.
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    Re: A Beginner's Guide to the End of the Universe vol. II

    use some creativity to make a door out of here.

    WARNING.
    DANGEROUSLY COOL.

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    Re: A Beginner's Guide to the End of the Universe vol. II

    Quote Originally Posted by BSBen View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Naesr Tazam View Post
    > There's no time to waste: open a RAPPORT with Chairman Jack. Check up on your friends.
    Nope. We don't have a link to Jack right now. Can't do that. We should get to the surface anyway.


    > Inspect and discern nature of the BLACK MOON. Is this what remains of THE UNIVERSE? Or would that be the BLACK STAR?

    > CREATE a pair of giant WINGS. COMBINE them with your ARMOR WITH MAD UPS.
    Last edited by Naesr Tazam; 10-13-2010 at 11:09 AM.

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    Re: A Beginner's Guide to the End of the Universe vol. II

    >Give our armor more UPS so we can leave this place.

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    Re: A Beginner's Guide to the End of the Universe vol. II

    >Create a jetpack so you can fly out of the trap door you fell in from.

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    Re: A Beginner's Guide to the End of the Universe vol. II

    Make a cellphone, then answer it.
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    Re: A Beginner's Guide to the End of the Universe vol. II

    >Try to touch and/or grab the floating orb.

    Also congrats on the second thread and on making such an amazing adventure!

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    Re: A Beginner's Guide to the End of the Universe vol. II

    > INSPECT both our FLOATY OBRITAL BUDDY and the BLACK MESS on the floor. See if we can discern anything about them. If not, find an exit and leave by it.

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    Re: A Beginner's Guide to the End of the Universe vol. II

    >Imbue the shitty tribal tattoo on your leg with the power of teleportation (or maybe inertia-less movement).

    I wonder if this would just allow the tattoo to move or if we'd come along with it.

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    Re: A Beginner's Guide to the End of the Universe vol. II

    Quote Originally Posted by General Disorder View Post
    >Imbue the shitty tribal tattoo on your leg with the power of teleportation (or maybe inertia-less movement).

    I wonder if this would just allow the tattoo to move or if we'd come along with it.
    Odds are that we'd probably tear our own leg off. Wasn't that the issue the last time we tried to imbue the Shitty Tribal? That the effect would only apply to the leg?

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    Re: A Beginner's Guide to the End of the Universe vol. II

    Quote Originally Posted by Naesr Tazam View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by General Disorder View Post
    >Imbue the shitty tribal tattoo on your leg with the power of teleportation (or maybe inertia-less movement).

    I wonder if this would just allow the tattoo to move or if we'd come along with it.
    Odds are that we'd probably tear our own leg off. Wasn't that the issue the last time we tried to imbue the Shitty Tribal? That the effect would only apply to the leg?
    Leotard of Teleportation go go go.
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    Re: A Beginner's Guide to the End of the Universe vol. II

    Get the remains of the SINGULARITY and fuse them into a BLACK HOLE HANDGUN.

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    Re: A Beginner's Guide to the End of the Universe vol. II

    combine the shitty tribal tattoo with the spring
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    Re: A Beginner's Guide to the End of the Universe vol. II

    ... Is the Radioactivity Ailment new?

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    Re: A Beginner's Guide to the End of the Universe vol. II

    Quote Originally Posted by Onamar View Post
    ... Is the Radioactivity Ailment new?
    I don't think so, but I could be wrong.

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    ==>

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    Re: A Beginner's Guide to the End of the Universe vol. II

    It's from when he passed through that haze around the black star, right?
    The only constant is Chaos.
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    Re: A Beginner's Guide to the End of the Universe vol. II

    Attempt to commune with moon, see if you can influence it.
    INSPECT both our FLOATY OBRITAL BUDDY and the BLACK MESS on the floor. See if we can discern anything about them. If not, find an exit and leave by it.


    The QUANTUM PUDDLE is all that remains of the ANTHROPOMORPHIZED SINGULARITY CONSTRUCT you just defeated. It seems to act like a liquid, but is so dense and heavy that you are unable to scoop up a single drop of it in the intense gravity well you're currently in.



    You take a closer look at the MINIATURE BLACK MOON currently buzzing around your head. Its surface is pocked with what appear to be craters. When you touch it, it feels like ordinary rock. It ceases to float about when you grab it, but resumes its orbit when you release it. Perhaps it served as some sort of companion or familiar for your fallen foe.

    Create a jetpack so you can fly out of the trap door you fell in from.


    You spend 6 CREATIVITY MANIFESTING a sweet JETPACK. It doesn't look particularly reliable, but based on your understanding of this stuff, you're confident it will fly. You can't make any predictions regarding safety, but there's basically no way this isn't going to be fun to use.

    You fire it up and head for the SURFACE.











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    Re: A Beginner's Guide to the End of the Universe vol. II

    Oh my god this is so sweet.
    Now, zoom over to the brick ship and IMBUE it with LEAD WALLS. And more UPS, to counteract the heaviness of the lead.
    RADIATION MUST NOT DEFEAT US

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    Re: A Beginner's Guide to the End of the Universe vol. II

    > Land and try to focus, see if you can create something other than mountains on the planet, like a lake or a forest.
    The only constant is Chaos.
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