Shadowrun

session 3
Of Orcs and Elves

Hair appointments, dress appointments and fundraiser dinners. Time to ruin a young womans day, and another ones life.

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session 2
Jailbirds

They needed someplace relatively private to take the boy and get rid of his guards. Only problem was, that someplace was in the middle of ganger territory. Time to help a few gangers take up a collection, and get a a baby brother out of a confessional cell.

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session 1
Meeting Mrs Johnson

She needed to meet them. Needed to know the faces of the people she’d be trusting her son to. But she always had bodyguards and security, as did her son. So she arranged a very public meeting with “an old college friend” and gave them the few details she could. Her husband was planning on taking her son to a very private research firm this friday, and she wasn’t supposed to know. She didn’t have much time to get him out. She gave them the few details she could in the few minutes she had to chat with “her old friend”. And slipped them a datajack with a few more details about their itinerary as well as the security passwords. Only problem there was that she was being watched far better than she knew.

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