New York City.   Posted by The Headmaster.Group: 0
The Headmaster
 GM, 481 posts
Tue 7 Jan 2014
at 05:54
New York City
Jo looked around the alley you find yourselves in.

"So, how do we find Abby now?"
Polly Skladowska
 player, 471 posts
 The Noonday Sun Incarnate
Tue 7 Jan 2014
at 06:37
Re: New York City
"Well, this is where things could get tricky," Polly admitted.  "What I was hoping is that a certain someone with a wolf's nose might be able to track her by smell..."
The Headmaster
 GM, 482 posts
Tue 7 Jan 2014
at 07:21
Re: New York City
"I'll try, but this isn't going to be easy. If she wasn't riding with her windows down this might be impossible," Jo said as she tried to get the scent.
Polly Skladowska
 player, 472 posts
 The Noonday Sun Incarnate
Tue 7 Jan 2014
at 08:33
Re: New York City
Polly kept her eyes open and tried to recall if she knew anything about the location of the vampire court in this city.  It was a reasonably old city by the standards of this continent...

...But she was fairly sure that she'd mostly lived in Europe.

02:32, Tue 07 Jan 2014: Polly Skladowska rolled 17 using 1d20+12 ((5)).
The Headmaster
 GM, 483 posts
Wed 8 Jan 2014
at 09:25
Re: New York City
You do remember something, there are meetings held in a very old bar.

"I think I have something," Jo said. "It's faint, but better than nothing."
Polly Skladowska
 player, 473 posts
 The Noonday Sun Incarnate
Wed 8 Jan 2014
at 20:41
Re: New York City
"Okay, let's try it," said Polly.  "Maybe there was something about a very old tavern?  I'm not sure, though.  It might not still be one."
The Headmaster
 GM, 484 posts
Thu 9 Jan 2014
at 05:59
Re: New York City
Jo headed out into the bustling crowds.

"Keep close," she said.
Polly Skladowska
 player, 474 posts
 The Noonday Sun Incarnate
Thu 9 Jan 2014
at 07:04
Re: New York City
"Will do," said Polly, following.
The Headmaster
 GM, 485 posts
Thu 9 Jan 2014
at 07:39
Re: New York City
"Damn, lost it," Jo said as you entered a rougher looking area that the crowds avoided. "It has to be somewhere around here."
Polly Skladowska
 player, 475 posts
 The Noonday Sun Incarnate
Thu 9 Jan 2014
at 08:34
Re: New York City
"Check the names of the businesses," Polly suggested.  "Maybe they're doing one of those hide-in-plain-sight things."  She scanned the names herself.
The Headmaster
 GM, 486 posts
Fri 10 Jan 2014
at 04:45
Re: New York City
"There're three bars that I can see," Jo said.

She was right. the three were "The Hole in the Wall", "Edgar's Tavern" and "The Black Cat".
Polly Skladowska
 player, 476 posts
 The Noonday Sun Incarnate
Fri 10 Jan 2014
at 06:36
Re: New York City
"Poe theme, eh?" said Polly.  "Let's try Edgar's, first."
The Headmaster
 GM, 487 posts
Fri 10 Jan 2014
at 07:19
Re: New York City
"Hold it," a large man in a tailored suit said. "No minors."
Polly Skladowska
 player, 477 posts
 The Noonday Sun Incarnate
Fri 10 Jan 2014
at 07:23
Re: New York City
Polly gave him a look.

"...Minors who remember when boats first beached on these shores?" she said.
The Headmaster
 GM, 488 posts
Sat 11 Jan 2014
at 07:50
Re: New York City
"I got no idea what you're talkin' about kid," the bouncer said. "You're obviously under twenty-one."
Polly Skladowska
 player, 478 posts
 The Noonday Sun Incarnate
Sat 11 Jan 2014
at 08:17
Re: New York City
"Probably the wrong place, then," said Polly.  "Unless the Smith family is meeting here.  If not..."

She considered heading towards the Hole In The Wall next, if there was no reaction from the bouncer.
The Headmaster
 GM, 489 posts
Sun 12 Jan 2014
at 09:15
Re: New York City
"Yer gonna have to be a bit more specific than that, kid," the bouncer said.
Polly Skladowska
 player, 479 posts
 The Noonday Sun Incarnate
Sun 12 Jan 2014
at 20:10
Re: New York City
"How about 'Lord of Americs'?" Polly suggested.