New Kowloon. 2069
Shenghua Street, District 5. LNK
The members of Blue Rose Import/Export were enjoying a meal in the back room of The Osaka Shuffle when a smartly dressed woman approached them. She apologized for interrupting, sat down and explained with great hesitation she needed their help to locate her missing daughter.
“It’s been a week, no one’s heard from her. None of her friends. Not her Boss or her apartment manager. The police let me file a Missing Persons report but they won’t do anything because she’s an adult. They say she probably ran off with some new boyfriend and will turn up later. But that’s not like her. She wasn’t dating anyone and she doesn’t just leave like that. I just know something’s wrong. Will you help me? I can pay you.”
A 1,500 Yuan advance is a great incentive. Add expenses plus another 1,500 when they find her.
So yeah, you took the job.
The evening unfolded as the team split up – one half to her place of employment, the other to the club she frequented. (Gentleman Loser) Leads in both locations point to her apartment building in District 6. It seemed like straightforward easy money job, a “Where’s Waldo” or in this case “Where’s Sun Dai Yu?”
Until they picked up a tail.
I won’t bore you with details, but the evening’s session ended in a messy, back alley brawl as the tail turned out to be a private investigator contracted by the Asian-Pacific military to track down AWOL combat simulacra. He flashed his credentials and a general purpose warrant that would allow him to run ID tests on Derek’s character, C33r. (that’s ‘Seer” to you)
The members of Blue Rose were disinclined to acquiesce to his request.
Part 1 ended with C33r shooting one very nosy drone out of the air and Other Pat’s character, Marlow, using his shot-fist on the investigator’s head. Shot-Fist: 1 Head: 0
The team left District 6 in a hurry with Dai Yu’s laptop. (stolen from her apartment, btw)
More next week.
5 thoughts on “Missing Persons – Part 1”
Looks/sounds like fun.
It was. Derek was called to work Tues eve so we’ll come up with something else. Some Russian-style post-apoc, perhaps.
I look forward to the rules for that.
Nice violent beginning to what could become an excessively violent adventure.
You know, the best kind…
“If at first you don’t succeed, you might want to use a grenade the next time. “