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Author Topic: Murdermachines - Return of the VoidGod (Deathgate II)  (Read 497730 times)

Amperzand

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Re: Murdermachines - Return of the VoidGod (Deathgate II)
« Reply #4020 on: April 10, 2015, 01:39:43 am »

Hah.
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Re: Murdermachines - Return of the VoidGod (Deathgate II)
« Reply #4021 on: April 10, 2015, 09:37:50 am »

[Robot Devil voice] ♫ Trapped forever here in update HELLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL ♫

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Re: Murdermachines - Return of the VoidGod (Deathgate II)
« Reply #4022 on: April 10, 2015, 10:52:00 pm »

On second thought, the end will come when I don't have huge English projects. Now I know how Asmoth feels writing Demongate's ending.
Same with my mods, only Math and EECE (Electrical & Computer Engineering) instead of English.

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Re: Murdermachines - Return of the VoidGod (Deathgate II)
« Reply #4023 on: April 20, 2015, 04:42:03 pm »

[Robot Devil voice] ♫ Trapped forever here in update HELLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL ♫
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Is there a word that combines comedy with tragedy and farce?
Heiterverzweiflung. Not a legit German word so much as something a friend and I made up in German class once. "Carefree despair". When life is so fucked that you can't stop laughing.
http://www.collinsdictionary.com

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Re: Murdermachines - Return of the VoidGod (Deathgate II)
« Reply #4024 on: April 20, 2015, 05:06:38 pm »

I'm to the part where stuff happens. I have no idea how much I have left to write. Half, maybe? It'll be worth the wait, trust me.

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Re: Murdermachines - Return of the VoidGod (Deathgate II)
« Reply #4025 on: April 21, 2015, 02:13:43 am »

I don't doubt it.
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...why do your hydras have two more heads than mine? 
Does that mean male hydras... oh god dammit.

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Re: Murdermachines - Return of the VoidGod (Deathgate II)
« Reply #4026 on: April 21, 2015, 04:58:18 pm »

I'm to the part where stuff happens. I have no idea how much I have left to write. Half, maybe? It'll be worth the wait, trust me.
Write more, write descriptively, revise as much as possible: The more you stall, the longer I have to prepare. Also: Finals soon. Study for finals. We can start in July. :P

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Re: Murdermachines - Return of the VoidGod (Deathgate II)
« Reply #4027 on: April 24, 2015, 06:48:07 pm »

Well, whatever's happening, good luck.
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Is there a word that combines comedy with tragedy and farce?
Heiterverzweiflung. Not a legit German word so much as something a friend and I made up in German class once. "Carefree despair". When life is so fucked that you can't stop laughing.
http://www.collinsdictionary.com

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Re: Murdermachines - Return of the VoidGod (Deathgate II)
« Reply #4028 on: April 25, 2015, 11:03:30 pm »

Forgot my password for a good month

Whats going on in this thread now?
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When all is lost, remember the bees.
What the fuck. Is some random undorfed recruit now our new Darkwing? Hell, even Darkwing just managed to kill two clowns before he went down. It's beyond me that a frigging recruit in the Official Voidspawn Feeding Detachment managed a triple kill on Forgotten Armokhumping Beasts.

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Re: Murdermachines - Return of the VoidGod (Deathgate II)
« Reply #4029 on: April 26, 2015, 10:42:14 am »

I'm writing the end of Murdermachines.

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Re: Murdermachines - Return of the VoidGod (Deathgate II)
« Reply #4030 on: April 26, 2015, 01:53:50 pm »

Veery slooowly.
« Last Edit: April 26, 2015, 06:19:20 pm by Amperzand »
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Is there a word that combines comedy with tragedy and farce?
Heiterverzweiflung. Not a legit German word so much as something a friend and I made up in German class once. "Carefree despair". When life is so fucked that you can't stop laughing.
http://www.collinsdictionary.com

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Re: Murdermachines - Return of the VoidGod (Deathgate II)
« Reply #4031 on: April 26, 2015, 07:23:58 pm »

Forgot my password for a good month

Whats going on in this thread now?
I'm studying for finals and playing on Steam and doing some prepping on the next game. I might just have to drop the Nightbringers and try focusing on different aspects of my mod.

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Re: Murdermachines - Return of the VoidGod (Deathgate II)
« Reply #4032 on: April 30, 2015, 06:24:04 pm »

TO KEEP THIS ALIVE YOU GET PART ONE





Armok looked down at his favorite fortress, Murdermachines. He knew it was doomed, be it from voidspawn, demons, goblins, or even simply the stupidity of an overseer. He knew it could not last. There would be a quick burst of blood and then nothing. The constant flow would stop, and Armok would have to move on. So he decided to do something about it.



Flame thought about the shattered military. There were too few dwarves to draft. Even with tricks like the danger room and the shaft of enlightenment, there was still no way to train enough dwarves. Her only hope was to reinforce what she had. With adamantine.



Down in once of the many catacombs, in a forgotten stockpile, there lay a skeleton. Nobody knew who it belonged to, their profession, or even their gender. All they knew is that it was dwarven. There was no moss or lichen on the bones, they had lain there so long the moss had long since died. The bones lay in a rough arrangement, where the corpse had been placed all those years before.

Slowly, the skeleton's bones began to blacken. The gnaw marks from vermin began to fill in with fresh bone. From the joints grew rough gray ligaments and muscle. Over the muscle formed shining gray skin. Through the skin the glow of the earth's blood could be seen. Closed eyes and a mouth formed on the face. The eyes opened, revealing a fiery glow beneath. Finally, a magnificent beard of glowing blue strands grew on the face.

Armok rose from where he lay. He walked into the nearby catacombs, raising his godly hand toward the coffins.



Wolfkit chipped away at the adamantine, cutting it into a boulder. Suddenly, his pick met no resistance. The adamantine crumbled away to reveal a grinning, contorted face. He barely had time to cry out before being consumed in fire.



Flame stood in front of one of the coffins of her former bodies. She occasionally visited the catacombs, for sometimes her past lives remembered helped her in this one. Suddenly, her perception seemed split. She felt as if her whole body was itching terribly, but it didn't. She saw darkness, but she also saw the coffin in front of her. She pushed the coffin lid open, but she stayed standing where she was. And she saw herself standing in front of her coffin, and she saw herself rise out of the coffin in front of her, fully formed and very much alive.

All around her, corpses rose from their coffins, flesh forming on their bones. And in the center of it all, a dwarf with metal skin and glowing eyes. A god. Armok.

Armok turned his glowing eyes toward the overseer. He opened his mouth and spoke. "I HAVE GIVEN YOU A BOON, TERRYSLAYER. USE IT WISELY. YOUR BROKEN MILITARY MAY NOT BE ABLE TO WITHSTAND WHAT IS COMING. SO I HAVE GIVEN YOU THE TOOLS TO FIX IT."

As he spoke, a cry was heard from the depths.

"DEMONS IN THE DEEP!"

A second cry echoed down from above.

"VOIDSPAWN! DWARVES TO THE GATES!"

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Re: Murdermachines - Return of the VoidGod (Deathgate II)
« Reply #4033 on: April 30, 2015, 11:15:54 pm »

That moment when you realize divine intervention probably won't be enough.
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Is there a word that combines comedy with tragedy and farce?
Heiterverzweiflung. Not a legit German word so much as something a friend and I made up in German class once. "Carefree despair". When life is so fucked that you can't stop laughing.
http://www.collinsdictionary.com

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Re: Murdermachines - Return of the VoidGod (Deathgate II)
« Reply #4034 on: May 01, 2015, 12:20:56 pm »

Poor Armok. Sure, we may have almost four or five hundred dead dwarves in our catacombs, but can they take on both the Voidspawn and the demons?
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Or at least, that's what I thought until I remembered that we probably have both of the prime incarnations of the Void God down there.
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And yet another bit of proof that RNG is toying with us. We do 1984, it does animal farm
...why do your hydras have two more heads than mine? 
Does that mean male hydras... oh god dammit.
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