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Basil is a detective who needs your help investigating the theft of his prized possession. Basil is unlocked when you reach Frenemy level with Myx.

Personality[]

Trivia[]

  • He is likely named after Basil Rathbone, an actor who portrayed Sherlock Holmes and voiced Basil of Baker Street in Disney's "The Great Mouse Detective."

Messages[]

Note that pauses under 1 minute long are not indicated. Where the progress column says (A) or (B), these are your left and right options for how to respond.

SFW Version[]

Progress SFW chat
1/28 Salutations.
2/28 Might I steal a moment of your time?
3/28 I have an inquiry that needs to be sated, and yet I find myself unable to resolve such.
4/28 Perhaps you might lend me your ear.
5/28 Or eyes, considering that we're communicating on such an intimate channel.
(A) Ooh, very formal! Alright, sir. I'll lend my eyes and ears.
(B) I'm currently trying to get my daily clicks in, but sure! What can I do for you?
6/28 Delightful! It always pleases me to have a cooperative witness. It shouldn't take too long. It simply depends on where my investigation leads me.
7/28 You see, I find myself in a predicament.
8/28 One with a great deal of intrigue behind it. One I must find an answer for.
9/28 For you see, I have had something stolen from me.
(A) Stolen? Should you call the police, or something?
(B) That's rough. The world is full of jerks.
10/28 One, unfortunately, would find that very hard to do when you're blacklisted by the yard. Perhaps. I hope, at least, whomever did it is taking care of what they stole.
11/28 But that's a story to tell for another time. The devastation I would feel... Knowing that my precious belonging is being mistreated...
12/28 My colleague, Winston, has failed to reply to my phone calls or letters of late, claiming he is taking a vacation.
13/28 He even had the nerve to claim that I needed a new hobby. How rude!
14/28 Analyzing blood stains while playing my violin is a perfectly acceptable hobby, thank you very much.
15/28 Nevertheless, as I delved further into my collected clues, I stumbled across your number.
16/28 Perhaps a sign that I'm on the right track? Indubitably!
17/28 Thus, I wish to ask you, my dear stranger, if you would help me solve this mystery.
(A) How'd you stumble across my number? Did I leave it somewhere weird again?
(B) This sounds like an awesome detective thriller, and I'm living for it.
18/28 If wedged in a book called 'Every Animal's Favorite Tea' is weird, then yes. Good. That means you'll be more inclined to stay and assist me.
19/28 Supposedly, snakes favor Blood Orange Citrus. A good choice, but I'm more of a Lapsang Souchong man myself. Two thrill-seekers on the hunt for clues is better than one, if I do say so myself.
20/28 Nevertheless, I am pleased to know I have your company as we search for the culprit.
21/28 Might I gain your name, however? Before we delve any further.
22/28 After all, I cannot call you 'cellular companion' as easily as I can address you by your name.
(A) Well, my name tag always says Marshmallow for some reason, so just call me that.
(B) Marshmallow! Though I don't mind you calling me your cellular companion either!
23/28 Marshmallow... I see. Like the sweet sugary concoction that you put in cocoa. It pleases me to know that I may refer to you with all sorts of interesting titles.
24/28 A pleasure to meet you then, my dear. I shall commit this to memory! But Marshmallow will suffice, considering the title of 'cellular companion' belongs to another.
25/28 You may refer to me as Basil of Baskerville. Or Basil, if you wish to drop the formalities.
26/28 Consider me your guide, your confidant, your ally...
27/28 And, of course, the greatest detective to have ever made your acquaintance.
28/28 [Basil photo 1]
1/26 I look forward to playing this game with you, my sweet.
(A) A hot detective calling me 'sweet?' Be still, my heart!
(B) A game? I thought I was solving a mystery with a dashing fellow.
2/26 If you help me solve this mystery, I shall call you many other things as well. We're doing both, dear Marshmallow.
3/26 Now that introductions are concluded, let us proceed. After all, there's a prize at the end of all of this, and thus, I intend to win said prize back.
4/26 First, I must recollect my notes and scavenge for more clues.
5/26 In the meantime, please familiarize yourself with any possible motives, so we may delve further into the criminal mind.
6/26 After all, one must know thy enemy, inside and out, in order to catch them.
(A) Right! I look forward to working with you, Sir Basil!
(B) Knowing your enemy inside and out sounds a lot more inappropriate than it's supposed to sound.
7/26 Oh come now. Sir Basil is my father's name. It does if you intend for it to be lewd and inappropriate.
8/26 Basil will suffice as a name, and not any other herb or spice, yes? But if that's where our investigation takes us, I would not mind engaging with the enemy, if you will.
9/26 Alright. Onward into our investigation, dear Marshmallow!
Pause 1 day pause
10/26 My sweet, have you come to any revelations yet?
11/26 I have found a plethora of clues, but I just need another perspective to hone in on my own inferences.
(A) I'm still trying to follow some leads, but I did have some things I wanted to ask.
(B) Actually, I wanted to take a different approach. I want to interview the victim!
12/26 Things to ask me? Interesting... Oh? The victim? As in me?
13/26 I'll oblige with your request -- especially when it may help with our investigation. I'm not sure what information I'm capable in giving you, but I will allow this.
14/26 What would you like to ask me, my sweet?
(A) Walk me through this - how did you get this "something" stolen from you?
(B) What did you do to even be targeted by a thief?
15/26 Oh, it was a rather simple story, really. Perhaps it feels a bit peculiar to say. Even downright embarrassing...
16/26 But I suppose I can elucidate my tale, considering that you wish to help me solve this mystery of mine. For the sake of this investigation, allow me to walk you through the scenario.
17/26 I had found myself in attendance to a rather elegant and formal party. A masquerade, as I recall.
18/26 Although I was primarily there with Winston in order to investigate a missing painting, I admit I did indulge.
19/26 And as the night progressed, things became all but a blur to me.
20/26 However, there was one thing that stood out in my mind...
21/26 I was in the company of a rather illustrious and SOFT individual. Thus, I found myself charmed.
(A) Do you think they had anything to do with what was stolen from you?
(B) Hey! Mixing business with pleasure, right? Hopefully you found the painting too.
22/26 Perhaps. They were very pleasant. SWEET even. Of course I did! I'm THE Basil of Baskerville, after all.
23/26 It would be a shame to know that they were a thief. But wouldn't that be a plot twist? I even managed to outwit that talking dog and find it first. I always did enjoy the SUGAR RUSH that victory gives.
24/26 Regardless, you do make a good point here...
25/26 For after the MASQUERADE had ceased, I was lacking my prized possession!
26/26 [Basil photo 2]
1/34 Instead, all I was left with was a mysterious stain upon my britches and a sense of desire that lingered behind.
(A) Did you spill something on yourself or something less savory...?
(B) Fascinating. It seems your body must have overreacted to this stranger then!
2/34 Perhaps a bit of both? This is an interview, not an interrogation, my sweet. Indubitably! Their touch is something that still lingers on my mind and causes me to MELT.
3/34 You'll have to pry my lips open yourself if you desire more answers. In this case, though, they merely spilled something on me on accident. But they made an impression.
4/34 I am most impressed by your interest in the finer details! Interviewing the victim is a very important task.
5/34 Brilliant detective work, my sweet!
(A) I think I'm getting the hang of this detective work!
(B) Heck yes! Now where's my reward?
6/34 Of course! Patience, my sweet, for the game only continues.
7/34 And at the very end of this investigation, we can revel in the HOT COCOA of justice. Once you finish collecting your clues, then perhaps you'll have your just DESSERTS.
8/34 Now then, we're slowly approaching the final phase of our investigation.
9/34 However, I shall leave you to organizing your thoughts on whom the culprit may be.
10/34 For we are one step closer to revealing the one who stole from me!
(A) Wait, something doesn't add up... Can I ask you one more question?
(B) Hey! Before you run off elsewhere...
11/34 So full of questions, are you? How delicious! Oh, no need to run when the clues are coming to me instead.
12/34 What do you wish of me?
(A) Why recruit my help when you could have solved this mystery yourself, ace detective?
(B) Why do you keep writing all these sugar references in ALL CAPS?
13/34 Why, my sweet! You assume that I have some sort of ulterior motives to contact you? Not just sugar references, my dear. I also did emphasize the word MASQUERADE.
14/34 Well, I would imagine that you wouldn't assume... Considering you most likely already know why. You're familiar with those, aren't you? After all, MARSHMALLOWS are the talk of the ball during many a date.
15/34 Take what you will with the clues that I had given you, my sweet.
16/34 But I will leave you with one more clue to reflect on.
17/34 The SOFT and SWEET thief from the MASQUERADE...
18/34 Had stolen my heart.
Pause 2 day pause
19/34 Well...?
20/34 Have you managed to solve this mystery, my sweet Marshmallow?
21/34 Lend me your thoughts, my dear.
(A) Well, I'll assume YOU knew from the very beginning who stole your heart.
(B) I think I'm on the right track, but this game definitely took a turn!
22/34 Of course. I always know who did it. That's the exciting thing about these games that we play.
23/34 I am the greatest detective to have ever graced your presence. You never know just where it might lead you.
24/34 But continue... I'm listening...
(A) You met this person at a masquerade and fell for them. But you didn't get to tell the stranger before they left.
(B) So I was a little tipped off by specific emphasis on words. You wanted me to find those words in our convo.
25/34 A sad story, I'm afraid. But l still managed to secure myself the opportunity to mention it. Of course. As much as I enjoy winning, I believe this victory was meant to be someone else's.
26/34 With these things in mind, I will finally ask you...
27/34 Whom do you believe the true culprit that stole my heart?
(A) Someone soft and sweet... Slightly gelatinous....
(B) Is it me? Oh god, I hope it's me.
28/34 Mm... The sweetest treat as can be. A marshmallow. Be careful what you wish for, because you just might get it.
29/34 Also supposedly VERY good for a sore throat, if I do say so myself. Especially with how darling you have been. I should have revealed myself earlier.
30/34 I saw you in attendance at a masquerade. And the moment I laid my eyes upon you, I was smitten.
31/34 I knew that after one glance, I had to encounter you yet again.
32/34 For no matter how much I attempt to distract myself, I find that my mind is filled with thoughts of you.
33/34 I searched for you and devised a plan to entice and enrapture you in this perfect little game of mine.
34/34 [Basil photo 3]
1/∞ Quite the elaborate plan, wouldn't you agree?
(A) It was! And you would have gotten away with it too, if it weren't for... logic? I suppose.
(B) So... After going through all that trouble, I'm hoping you're planning on asking me out.
2/∞ Oh, I KNOW I would have gotten away with it. Oh, I intend on it.
3/∞ But seeing you get so excited about solving a grand mystery was much cuter than I anticipated. After all of the intrigue and intellect between us, I certainly wouldn't wish to let the culprit who stole my heart leave.
4/∞ You ultimately bested me with your cuteness. Would that make us arch nemesis of sorts? Mm... Interesting to ponder on~
5/∞ I most certainly enjoyed the little game between you and I.
6/∞ Like a game of cat and mouse, was it I who was the cat and you the mouse? Or was it the other way around?
7/∞ Regardless, I look forward to a chance of solving more mysteries with you.
8/∞ Perhaps our next adventure will be us determining the mystery of where I may take you to dinner.
(A) Somewhere with a fine DESSERT menu, I suppose.
(B) Sounds like a mystery indeed! Do you think we'll run into a conspiracy theory along the way?
9/∞ Oh, that is glorious. My sweet, if there wasn't a conspiracy theory involved, then it wouldn't be an adventure to begin with!
10/∞ Unfortunately, as our game comes to a close, I must bid you farewell for now.
11/∞ I must investigate a league of redheads before you and I can have a scandal in Bohemia.
12/∞ Well met, my sweet.
13/∞ I can't wait to see what our next tale may be.
14/∞ Until our paths cross once more.

Uncut Version[]

The NSFW track is identical to the SFW track until your reply to message 22/28, right before the first photo, and then it diverges. All three pictures are different between versions.

Progress "Uncut" chat
1/28 Salutations.
2/28 Might I steal a moment of your time?
3/28 I have an inquiry that needs to be sated, and yet I find myself unable to resolve such.
4/28 Perhaps you might lend me your ear.
5/28 Or eyes, considering that we're communicating on such an intimate channel.
(A) Ooh, very formal! Alright, sir. I'll lend my eyes and ears.
(B) I'm currently trying to get my daily clicks in, but sure! What can I do for you?
6/28 Delightful! It always pleases me to have a cooperative witness. It shouldn't take too long. It simply depends on where my investigation leads me.
7/28 You see, I find myself in a predicament.
8/28 One with a great deal of intrigue behind it. One I must find an answer for.
9/28 For you see, I have had something stolen from me.
(A) Stolen? Should you call the police, or something?
(B) That's rough. The world is full of jerks.
10/28 One, unfortunately, would find that very hard to do when you're blacklisted by the yard. Perhaps. I hope, at least, whomever did it is taking care of what they stole.
11/28 But that's a story to tell for another time. The devastation I would feel... Knowing that my precious belonging is being mistreated...
12/28 My colleague, Winston, has failed to reply to my phone calls or letters of late, claiming he is taking a vacation.
13/28 He even had the nerve to claim that I needed a new hobby. How rude!
14/28 Analyzing blood stains while playing my violin is a perfectly acceptable hobby, thank you very much.
15/28 Nevertheless, as I delved further into my collected clues, I stumbled across your number.
16/28 Perhaps a sign that I'm on the right track? Indubitably!
17/28 Thus, I wish to ask you, my dear stranger, if you would help me solve this mystery.
(A) How'd you stumble across my number? Did I leave it somewhere weird again?
(B) This sounds like an awesome detective thriller, and I'm living for it.
18/28 If wedged in a book called 'Every Animal's Favorite Tea' is weird, then yes. Good. That means you'll be more inclined to stay and assist me.
19/28 Supposedly, snakes favor Blood Orange Citrus. A good choice, but I'm more of a Lapsang Souchong man myself. Two thrill-seekers on the hunt for clues is better than one, if I do say so myself.
20/28 Nevertheless, I am pleased to know I have your company as we search for the culprit.
21/28 Might I gain your name, however? Before we delve any further.
22/28 After all, I cannot call you 'cellular companion' as easily as I can address you by your name.
(A) Most folks call me Marshmallow. Or Your Majesty. Whatever's the spiciest.
(B) Oh, you can call me whatever you like, darling~
23/28 Your Majesty? Interesting, and something I shall commit to memory. Well, according to the clue here with your number on it, most address you as Marshmallow.
24/28 But alas, until you and I find ourselves in intimacy, then I'll have to refrain and call you Marshmallow instead. Marshmallow is a name that rolls off the tongue, and is just as savory as the food itself. Delicious~
25/28 You may refer to me as Basil of Baskerville. Or Basil, if you wish to drop the formalities.
26/28 Consider me your guide, your confidant, your ally...
27/28 And, of course, the greatest detective to have ever made your acquaintance.
28/28 [NSFW photo]
1/26 I look forward to playing this game with you, my sweet.
(A) With a look like that, it seems you're wanting to do more than just play games with me.
(B) My sweet? Is it because I'm a Marshmallow?
2/26 Well, I always did find such novelty in games and puzzles. Yes, but also because I myself have a ravenous sweet tooth.
3/26 Especially when I get to play a thrilling game of cat and mouse. It's absolutely insatiable. And you seem like a delight, so why not mix a little bit of naming business with my sweet pleasure?
4/26 First, I must recollect my notes and scavenge for more clues.
5/26 In the meantime, please familiarize yourself with any possible motives, so we may delve further into the criminal mind.
6/26 After all, one must know thy enemy, inside and out, in order to come over them convincingly.
(A) Don't you mean overcome...?
(B) We're talking about dominating folks now, huh? That sounds like a delight.
7/26 Hm... No. I think I know what I meant. Indeed it does! Being able to force the culprit into submission with the power of evidence and intrigue is exciting.
8/26 Though I suppose overcome is a perfectly suitable word for the situation as well, if not more socially appropriate. And handcuffs also add to the excitement.
9/26 Alright. Onward into our investigation, dear Marshmallow!
Pause 1 day pause
10/26 My sweet, have you come to any revelations yet?
11/26 I have found a plethora of clues, but I just need another perspective to hone in on my own inferences.
(A) I'm still trying to follow some leads, but I did have some things I wanted to ask.
(B) Actually, I wanted to take a different approach. I want to interview the victim!
12/26 Things to ask me? Interesting... Oh? The victim? As in me?
13/26 I'll oblige with your request -- especially when it may help with our investigation. I'm not sure what information I'm capable in giving you, but I will allow this.
14/26 What would you like to ask me, my sweet?
(A) You seem sharp, and... Very capable. How were you stolen from at all?
(B) So I'm going to assume that your virginity wasn't the thing taken from you, right?
15/26 Well, what is life without a bit of a thrill? Perhaps the danger is why I found myself in such a predicament to begin with. Take? Oh, never. One cannot take love, after all.
16/26 I assure you - there were unique circumstances that lead to this. One must give love to receive it. Or even better, make love. But I digress...
17/26 I had found myself in attendance to a rather elegant and formal party. A masquerade, as I recall.
18/26 Although I was primarily there with Winston in order to investigate a missing painting, I admit I did indulge.
19/26 And as the night progressed, things became all but a blur to me.
20/26 However, there was one thing that stood out in my mind...
21/26 I was in the company of a rather illustrious and SOFT individual. Thus, I found myself charmed.
(A) Do you think they had anything to do with what was stolen from you?
(B) Hey! Mixing business with pleasure, right? Hopefully you found the painting too.
22/26 Perhaps. They were very pleasant. SWEET even. Of course I did! I'm THE Basil of Baskerville, after all.
23/26 It would be a shame to know that they were a thief. But wouldn't that be a plot twist? I even managed to outwit that talking dog and find it first. I always did enjoy the SUGAR RUSH that victory gives.
24/26 Regardless, you do make a good point here...
25/26 For after the MASQUERADE had ceased, I was lacking my prized possession!
26/26 [NSFW photo]
1/34 Instead, I was merely left with a terrible yearning within my body as I was behind within the study.
(A) How dare they leave you hanging!
(B) Well then. There's certainly no mystery to how well-endowed you are.
2/34 You gave me a bit of a chuckle with that remark... Hanging. Clever. Of course. My body is something I take a great deal of pride in.
3/34 But tis the tragedy of a single night's romantics, for there were many admiring the perfect stranger as well. I'm a perfectionist, after all. Which is why I'm such an enthusiast for the perfect mystery.
4/34 I am most impressed by your interest in the finer details! Interviewing the victim is a very important task.
5/34 Brilliant detective work, my sweet!
(A) I think I'm getting the hang of this detective work!
(B) Heck yes! Now where's my reward?
6/34 Of course! Patience, my sweet, for the game only continues.
7/34 And at the very end of this investigation, we can revel in the HOT COCOA of justice. Once you finish collecting your clues, then perhaps you'll have your just DESSERTS.
8/34 Now then, we're slowly approaching the final phase of our investigation.
9/34 However, I shall leave you to organizing your thoughts on whom the culprit may be.
10/34 For we are one step closer to revealing the one who stole from me!
(A) Wait, something doesn't add up... Can I ask you one more question?
(B) Hey! Before you run off elsewhere...
11/34 So full of questions, are you? How delicious! Oh, no need to run when the clues are coming to me instead.
12/34 What do you wish of me?
(A) Why recruit my help when you could have solved this mystery yourself, ace detective?
(B) Why do you keep writing all these sugar references in ALL CAPS?
13/34 Why, my sweet! You assume that I have some sort of ulterior motives to contact you? Not just sugar references, my dear. I also did emphasize the word MASQUERADE.
14/34 Well, I would imagine that you wouldn't assume... Considering you most likely already know why. You're familiar with those, aren't you? After all, MARSHMALLOWS are the talk of the ball during many a date.
15/34 Take what you will with the clues that I had given you, my sweet.
16/34 But I will leave you with one more clue to reflect on.
17/34 The SOFT and SWEET thief from the MASQUERADE...
18/34 Had stolen my heart.
Pause 2 day pause
19/34 Well...?
20/34 Have you managed to solve this mystery, my sweet Marshmallow?
21/34 Lend me your thoughts, my dear.
(A) Well, I'll assume YOU knew from the very beginning who stole your heart.
(B) I think I'm on the right track, but this game definitely took a turn!
22/34 Of course. I always know who did it. That's the exciting thing about these games that we play.
23/34 I am the greatest detective to have ever graced your presence. You never know just where it might lead you.
24/34 But continue... I'm listening...
(A) You met this person at a masquerade and fell for them. But you didn't get to tell the stranger before they left.
(B) So I was a little tipped off by specific emphasis on words. You wanted me to find those words in our convo.
25/34 A sad story, I'm afraid. But l still managed to secure myself the opportunity to mention it. Of course. As much as I enjoy winning, I believe this victory was meant to be someone else's.
26/34 With these things in mind, I will finally ask you...
27/34 Whom do you believe the true culprit that stole my heart?
(A) If I say who it is, are you going to slap a pair of cuffs on me and frisk me?
(B) If it's me, then I hope you prosecute me to the highest extent of the law.
28/34 With that kind of insinuation and confession, I'm tempted to do that just for the fun of it. I'm not a lawyer, I'm afraid. I'm merely a high functioning perfectionist who just so happens to be the detective.
29/34 Perhaps then, I'll get you to talk~ `It would be my job to search for clues all over your body to unravel its mysteries.
30/34 I saw you in attendance at a masquerade. And the moment I laid my eyes upon you, I was smitten.
31/34 I knew that after one glance, I wished to have you.
32/34 For no matter how much I attempt to distract myself, I find that my mind is filled with thoughts of you.
33/34 I searched for you and devised a plan to entice and enrapture you in this perfect little game of mine.
34/34 [NSFW Photo]
1/∞ Quite the elaborate plan, wouldn't you agree?
(A) An elaborate way to send me nudes, but I'm genuinely impressed. Well done.
(B) Does this mean that my reward for solving this mystery is you?
2/∞ I do like myself a bit of class and intrigue, after all. I suppose I can figure out something for you, my sweet.
3/∞ Perhaps a bit more lewd than what I'm personally used to, but it was too tempting to pass up. It wouldn't be the first time I found myself tied up in ribbons while splayed out on a bed.
4/∞ Especially when this game has been so delicious to indulge in. A story to tell during our pillow talk.
5/∞ I most certainly enjoyed the little game between you and I.
6/∞ Like a game of cat and mouse, was it I who was the cat and you the mouse? Or was it the other way around?
7/∞ Regardless, I look forward to a chance of solving more mysteries with you.
8/∞ Perhaps our next adventure is where my pants could have possibly gone off to.
(A) Or we can leave it a mystery. I'm enjoying the architecture.
(B) Where could have they gone to... Maybe on my bedroom floor?
9/∞ Why simply stare and observe when you can possibly feel its structure, my sweet? Perhaps! I may need to come over in order to see for myself.
10/∞ Unfortunately, as our game comes to a close, I must bid you farewell for now.
11/∞ I must investigate a league of redheads before you and I can have a scandal in Bohemia.
12/∞ Well met, my sweet.
13/∞ I can't wait to see what our next tale may be.
14/∞ Until our paths cross once more.

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