CountZero's Monthly Shadowrun Game

Best Served Cold

Characters were hired by a “Mister Jaron” of Falcone Corporate Consultants (a firm that hosts retreats for corporate executives/teams) to retrieve an individual that was abducted from the facilities that same day. The individual in question, one Jonathan Belenkiy, is a mid-level executive with Ares. His abductors were 3 human or amerindian women based on the camera footage. After the abduction, Jaron recieved a note claiming responsability for the abduction and suggesting that if ransom demands are not met, not only will Belenkiy be killed, the abductor will release information stating that it was Falcone Corporate Consultants that made the decision not to rescue the doomed executive, thus ruining the business’ reputation.

The PC’s tracked the kidnappers to a Sioux Warrior Bar named the hardpan. They convinced the bartender, who occasionally works as a fixer for Sioux runners to set up a meet with the individuals in question at a local park after hours.

Parliament of Thieves

Adventure Brief:

The runners were hired by Mark Longfeather to transport a sealed envelope from McAnnelly’s Bar and Grill to the home of a big wig in one of the city’s chief crime syndicates. Borrowing a van, they crossed two borders to get there; one on their own through border security, and the other using a Coyote named Peaches. Along the way, a run-in outside of a cantina in Old Downtown in the CAS sector with the Yakuza and the Triad both gunning for the runners complicated matters. Timmy “recognized” a piece of jewelry (a ring) that one of the Yakuza was wearing and managed to acquire it. A new player was picked up along the way (Ginger). The drop off at the well-guarded home of Omar Chavez went well and plates of celebratory pot roast were had at a nearby greasy spoon.

Threads of Plot:

Someone keeps texting Ginger, however, that she needs to stick close to Timmy, though, they will not say why, nor are the runners able to trace the text. Timmy only knew he recognized the piece of jewelry by getting the migraine of his life upon seeing it and he still does not know where his familiarity with the ring comes from.


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