Safehouses.   Posted by Game Thread.Group: archive A
Game Thread
 NPC, 10 posts
Fri 1 Aug 2014
at 17:58
Safehouse #3: Rocky River, Ohio.
This small suburban home is carefully identical to those around it.
Jake Montello
 Player, 48 posts
 Unseen, unheard...
 ...still there-and angry
Sat 9 Aug 2014
at 14:46
Re: Safehouse #3: Rocky River, Ohio.
Jake, still cloaked, arrives at the house. Given what he learned at the Mayor's place, the whole thing seemed like a bust. At least he got some recording of that other language they were speaking. That way he would not arrive empty handed. However, he wanted to check on it so he put in his headphones and gave a listen first.
Storyteller
 GM, 156 posts
Sat 9 Aug 2014
at 14:55
Re: Safehouse #3: Rocky River, Ohio.
The recording begins to playback. You hear talking from the other guests around you as well as the music playing in the background. As the recording goes on, you hear a strong static sound, you figure coming from the area of the Mayor, when you pushed the recorder closer to them. No strange language, just static. This lasts for the remainder of the taped conversation.

OOC: Roll Wits + Occult
Jake Montello
 Player, 49 posts
 Unseen, unheard...
 ...still there-and angry
Sat 9 Aug 2014
at 15:18
Re: Safehouse #3: Rocky River, Ohio.
In reply to Storyteller (msg # 3):

Ooc-11:17, Today: Jake Montello rolled 2 successes using 5d10 with the World of Darkness nWoD system with a target of 8, rerolling 10s with rolls of 7,9,2,8,2. Wits + occult.
Storyteller
 GM, 157 posts
Sat 9 Aug 2014
at 15:20
Re: Safehouse #3: Rocky River, Ohio.
The piece of grave-stone in your pocket sends a ripple through your undead body as you finish listening to the recording. Almost like listening to it sent out some sort of etheric ping into the Twilight.
Rue
 Player, 73 posts
 Gangrel: Striking Looks
 Carthian Status 1
Sat 9 Aug 2014
at 23:04
Re: Safehouse #3: Rocky River, Ohio.
"Hmm, our Mayor carries a WNG. Not as stone-age as he pretends to be." Rue called up the lists that she had gotten from the two power players, comparing them to note any differences.
Jake Montello
 Player, 50 posts
 Unseen, unheard...
 ...still there-and angry
Mon 11 Aug 2014
at 19:16
Re: Safehouse #3: Rocky River, Ohio.
"What the crap!?" He said, looking at the recording. "This safehouse may not be so safe." He said, appearing by Rue. "I just tried to listen to the recording I had made-they screwed with it. Worse, it seems to leave a link into the spirit world. We may have to move our meeting spot after tonight. How the fuck is that asshole able to gather so much power from the ghosts and nobody else seems to have noticed?" He asked her.
Rue
 Player, 74 posts
 Gangrel: Striking Looks
 Carthian Status 1
Mon 11 Aug 2014
at 21:47
Re: Safehouse #3: Rocky River, Ohio.
Rue looked startled, but nodded. She didn't get the woo--woo stuff, but it wasn't surprising to her that it had an equivalent of counter-surveillance. "All right, place is clean, we move now." She typed a command into the computer to tell it to strangle itself and swung open the safe. "Bugged item in there, let's move."
Jake Montello
 Player, 51 posts
 Unseen, unheard...
 ...still there-and angry
Thu 14 Aug 2014
at 15:08
Re: Safehouse #3: Rocky River, Ohio.
"Got it." Jake said. He would have to think about another way to get info-but the damn spirit world was a ghostly pain in the ass. Still, he had a way around him for the most part. Other vampires would not. He could use that to see how much power they could use against anyone with obfuscate.
Game Thread
 NPC, 12 posts
Sun 17 Aug 2014
at 00:00
Safehouses
Another nondescript location at the edge of town.
Rue
 Player, 76 posts
 Gangrel: Striking Looks
 Carthian Status 1
Sun 17 Aug 2014
at 21:19
Re: Safehouses
Rue settled in, re-starting her comparison. She also brought up a camera/motion sensor setup remarking "I will be very interested to see just who responds to that ghost bug you picked up."
Jake Montello
 Player, 52 posts
 Unseen, unheard...
 ...still there-and angry
Mon 18 Aug 2014
at 04:17
Re: Safehouses
"It was the mayor. He had his own ghostly gal which was walking around. Warning him of when I was making a recording...and the fact I was there. However, she did not know precisely where-so I was able to get back out again." Jake said.
Rue
 Player, 77 posts
 Gangrel: Striking Looks
 Carthian Status 1
Tue 19 Aug 2014
at 20:30
Re: Safehouses
"Hmm, seems the woo-woo stuff has it's own limits. All very well to have a ghost wandering along, but one is still limited by the abilities of the ghost. If the ghost checks it out we may see nothing. Still, even negative information is useful."
Jake Montello
 Player, 53 posts
 Unseen, unheard...
 ...still there-and angry
Mon 25 Aug 2014
at 14:14
Re: Safehouses
"I would not rely on our regular abilities. They seem able to overcome standard obfuscate fairly easily." He shakes his head. "We need our own ghost expert. Assuming the Mayor has not grabbed every one of them in town..." He pointed out.

[Private to GM: (OOC-Can I use the ghost guy I met in the other game?)]
Storyteller
 GM, 169 posts
Mon 25 Aug 2014
at 14:18
Re: Safehouses
PM

[Private to Jake Montello: Sure, but I'll change him a bit. His name will be Edmund Callow.]
Jake Montello
 Player, 54 posts
 Unseen, unheard...
 ...still there-and angry
Tue 2 Sep 2014
at 18:59
Re: Safehouses
"I know a guy, named Edmund Callow. He's the reason I can fool the dead with my powers. He may be able to help us...but he don't work cheap, and he's sorta weird." Jake said to Rue. Needless to say, what a vampire thought was weird must go beyond strange to the downright unimaginable.
Rue
 Player, 79 posts
 Gangrel: Striking Looks
 Carthian Status 1
Wed 3 Sep 2014
at 10:34
Re: Safehouses
Rue considered, then clarified. She still remembered the geek who thought she was part of the package and would rather not go through that again. "Expensive in what way? Money, favors, what?" And while she was asking, what allies and enemies would they inherit with him? Always worth checking. The Vory boss who could get the passcodes but had a little gang war on his hands came to mind. "And is he a player? Come with any baggage?"
Jake Montello
 Player, 55 posts
 Unseen, unheard...
 ...still there-and angry
Thu 4 Sep 2014
at 18:09
Re: Safehouses
"Favors. His abilities are useful among ghosts-but not as much in terms of conflict. As a result he likes to use vampire muscle-in more ways than one." Jake says, sighing. "He's also one of these crusader types-expect its mostly in regards to dead people."
Rue
 Player, 81 posts
 Gangrel: Striking Looks
 Carthian Status 1
Thu 4 Sep 2014
at 18:21
Re: Safehouses
"Well crusaders are at least predictable. Still, we will want to consider each favor on it's own though. Some of the things that come to mind are just... sad. Avenging a murder victim is fine. Submitting to possession so that some dead girl can have one last bang with her husband is just icky." Rue shrugged. "Talk to him, see what he says."
Jake Montello
 Player, 56 posts
 Unseen, unheard...
 ...still there-and angry
Mon 8 Sep 2014
at 14:27
Re: Safehouses
Jake looked at Rue and raised one of his non-existent eyebrows. "Who the hell is dumb enough to possess a dead body for banging? Even dead people are smarter than that...they possess alive people for such things. At least I hope they do..." He proceeds to make a call to Edmund.
Edmund Callow
 NPC, 1 post
 Cemetery Man
 Sin-Eater
Tue 9 Sep 2014
at 01:32
Re: Safehouses
The phone rang a few times, then a tired voice answered.

Jake? Man, it's late.

What do you want?

Rue
 Player, 82 posts
 Gangrel: Striking Looks
 Carthian Status 1
Tue 9 Sep 2014
at 18:52
Re: Safehouses
Rue flushed slightly, but met Jake's gaze squarely. She wasn't dead that way, or at least she hoped not. She knew that there were vampires who gave up on sex, finding the Kiss much easier and faster; but to her that was a precious chunk of her remaining humanity, and she didn't intend to let it slip away.
Jake Montello
 Player, 57 posts
 Unseen, unheard...
 ...still there-and angry
Wed 10 Sep 2014
at 15:12
Re: Safehouses
He did not smirk at Rue's expression, although he almost let it slip. "You know I can only keep these hours." Jake said, rolling his eyes. "I am putting you on speaker." He puts the phone down, and hits the button. "Ok, we got some possible work for you. We are dealing with vampires enslaving ghosts-or they got someone like you to do it for them."
Edmund Callow
 NPC, 2 posts
 Cemetery Man
 Sin-Eater
Sun 5 Oct 2014
at 15:08
Re: Safehouses
That sounds....well crazy man. I can look into it for you though. There is a pause on the other end of the phone line. You need me tonight? Shoot me a text where you want to meet.
Jake Montello
 Player, 58 posts
 Unseen, unheard...
 ...still there-and angry
Mon 6 Oct 2014
at 14:50
Re: Safehouses
"Sounds good. I will contact you tonight about the when and where." He hangs up, and glanced over at Rue. "Well, he is in. He is big into dead people liberation for some reason. He may very well be the key to take away our enemy's advantage. Then we can really start fucking with them without worrying about ghosties tracking us down."
Rue
 Player, 83 posts
 Gangrel: Striking Looks
 Carthian Status 1
Tue 7 Oct 2014
at 06:34
Re: Safehouses
Rue nodded. "Sounds good." She didn't like the idea that she could be observed by ghosts without the possibility of counter-detection, hopefully this new asset would help to prevent that. Still, there was nothing she could do about it at the moment, and she turned back to her analysis.
Jake Montello
 Player, 59 posts
 Unseen, unheard...
 ...still there-and angry
Thu 9 Oct 2014
at 23:40
Re: Safehouses
Jake proceeded to make arrangements to meet with his ghostly ally via text. Hopefully once they had their meeting, and he told of what he had learned-that would be enough. Of course, Jake knew very little about ghosts-other than they could be a really big pain...
Dylan Ryke
 PC, 14 posts
 Media Mogul
 Rebel Millionaire
Fri 16 Jan 2015
at 01:02
Re: Safehouses
"Sarah needs some colour, so our next request goes out to her.  Cleveland's own Toad and a Microwave from their 1998 self titled ep, this is 'Higher the Rise, Harder the Fall' come to you from KDNA, Beat of the Revolution," the radio squawked out.

Dylan's eyes narrowed and he turned to look at the radio as the thrash punk music started to blare out, his system compensating for the volume change from the AM radio station.  He looked up at the clock and frowned.  This wasn't good news.  She was calling for war, but against whom he didn't know, and that was unsettling.  Was this planned or had it been something done in response to something she just found out.

"Fuck," he said to no one in particular, and fell back into his seat.  The lights were off in the room, and only the display from the radio emitted any light, a pale blue that left shadows everywhere.  It was too late to do anything, especially so close to sun up, and calling her would be a desperate move.  Tomorrow he would have see what he could sell to find out who her intended target was.

This message was last edited by the player at 01:35, Fri 16 Jan 2015.

Elizabeth Carrol
 Player, 474 posts
 A chilling smile
 A nasty bite
Fri 16 Jan 2015
at 01:48
Re: Safehouses
As with so many others of the endless cogs of kindred society... A text came through from an anonymous number. One of a dozen burner phones that any sensible vampire in a domain dominated by Carthians and Acolytes kept on hand.

Trouble at the docks. was the text with an encrypted copy of the Coles' notes and an associated private key for the decryption. Review... See if you can keep the story from getting air time. was all it contained with a simple DA as the signature at the end of the text. Of course, there were few enough vampires in all of the city to have initials or titles that matched their initials.
Dylan Ryke
 PC, 15 posts
 Media Mogul
 Rebel Millionaire
Fri 16 Jan 2015
at 02:03
Re: Safehouses
Dylan smiled at the text.  His hand lifted his throw away cell phone he began to type slowly.  "Sure.  I'll keep them clean, but I'm not that cheap, at least not yet.  Tomorrow, dinner and some pillow talk :)," he typed as his smile twisted from one of happiness to a sly one.
Elizabeth Carrol
 Player, 475 posts
 A chilling smile
 A nasty bite
Fri 16 Jan 2015
at 14:47
Re: Safehouses
Doubt you'll like the pillow talk. War's in the air and it doesn't seem far off. As for dinner, something can be arranged. came the reply from the same anonymous number.
Dylan Ryke
 PC, 16 posts
 Media Mogul
 Rebel Millionaire
Fri 16 Jan 2015
at 16:00
Re: Safehouses
"All war and no play makes Jack an animal.  Tomorrow then," his hands rapidly typed back.  He had already started sending messages out to his handlers from other phones.  His proxies did all the real work in times like these.  His job would come after things had cooled.

This was the problem with what the new order had done.  While they gallivanted around the city, those that had escaped the purge were probably sitting in hiding watching, readying themselves for an assault.  He wondered if Rosey was working alone.  He hoped that was the case.  If there were others however still hiding, they may see her return as a signal to strike, using the chaos of her actions to take care of some key grudges they had been sitting on for over a decade and a half.  He knew better than to get in the middle of a fight like that.

As long as his sire lay dead, he didn't care, and if that mother fucker rose, the thought made Dylan's hair stand on end.

The messages he had sent out was a call to suppress the information.  Police were still investigating, was the excuse and the release of information at this time may hinder that investigation was what it was followed by.  Everything however was to hold until the last minutes of the publications.  They would have two stories, one with everything they had found, the other simply mentioning gun shots at the docks and an ongoing investigation.  They would be contacted now, but told to call back their handler before they ran with any story about the docks for confirmation to hold back or go ahead with it.

His handlers, proxies, ghouls as the more vulgar put it, knew to squash the story when that call came, but they were on watch for something else.  They were looking to find out if someone else had power over their contacts, if someone else had crept their way into their network, knowingly or unknowingly.  A story like this may make the ambitious try to make a name for himself, or the frightened come storming out with all their connections.  If there were orders that clashed with his, and if his contacts would reveal those orders, or go ahead with them was all important information.  His proxies' jobs were more than just phone calls and orders, they were rooting out double agents, and trying to find other agents working for others that Dylan would need to turn to his ends and against their handlers.

Layers beneath management were contacted to keep an eye and see if anyone else was calling their editors and chiefs, making demands.  That included wives to some editors, other members of the news agency, and even cleaning ladies and interns.

At the same time on the ground reporters were being called and offered money, blackmailed, or told how it would please the version of Dylan they had been bound to at one point, for anything they found, and to come to them personally if it was big.  Reporters that had found something big needed work done that only Dylan could do in times like that and keeping them in squared away in a room waiting his arrival was important.

At the same time the most trusted of these reporters were to spy on other reporters, to see if anyone had contacted them.  It was all his, from the bottom up, as far as Dylan saw it.  His unlife depended on it.  As long as he controlled the media outlets they would need him to keep their precious lie alive.  He needed to keep himself one step ahead of everyone in return, spying on their masters through the agents they believed they had, and squashing them should it come to that, simply to prove a point.  This was his domain, his fucking stomping grounds, and he would defend it as ruthlessly as any would a block, a club, their herd, or even a Prince with his city.

This message was last edited by the player at 18:05, Fri 16 Jan 2015.

TheRaconteur
 Storyteller, 249 posts
Fri 16 Jan 2015
at 21:19
Re: Safehouses
OOC:  Advancing the scene 12 hours.  It is now 6pm on Wednesday, January 14th.  If you were up to anything during the day, please state it as part of your first post. 
Dylan Ryke
 PC, 18 posts
 Media Mogul
 Rebel Millionaire
Fri 16 Jan 2015
at 22:10
Re: Safehouses
Dylan's evening had started off busy, reading texts and listening to voice mails left over night, he wanted to make sure his personal touch wasn't needed on any nosy reporter.  If there was one, it would serve as an interesting meeting place, if there was a lot his night would be ruined, and any meeting would need to take place on the road.

As Mary helped him get dressed, and read some of her reports, his fingers typed out a quick text to last evenings informant. "I was promised dinner, and possibly some pillow talk.  Turns out its dinner time," the words said on the screen before he sent the message our.

"Get Mike to grab the CTS, warm her up, and pull it up front.  I got a call to make," he told her.  "You've had a busy day, and tomorrow is going to be no different, so make sure you get your sleep.  If anything urgent comes up call me," he instructed her, and waited until she was gone before he made his call.

In the quiet he dialed Daniel's number, and put it on speaker phone as he placed the phone on his desk, and slipped a gun into his shoulder holster and an extra clip.
Daniel Flanders
 player, 10 posts
 Hello, gentle souls!
 The Man in Red
Fri 16 Jan 2015
at 22:27
Re: Safehouses
"Hello?" Daniel says, in a smooth British accent. "Ah, Mr. Ryke. To what do I owe the honor of this call?"
TheRaconteur
 Storyteller, 256 posts
Fri 16 Jan 2015
at 22:28
Re: Safehouses
Dylan's phone was filled with messages from his contacts within Cleveland's various media outlets.   It appeared that even his considerable reach had its limits, and that he hadn't been entirely able to squash the story on his own.  The press was aware that  at least cop had been killed the night before at the Cleveland Docks, but that the police were keeping extremely quiet about what had happened until an investigation had been concluded.  There were even some reports circulating around the back channels that Homeland Security had gotten involved, due to the potential usage of a biological weapon, but that had yet to be confirmed or denied by any sources.

One of his newspaper editors, a Michael Peters, left an urgent message informing Dylan that he gotten a sneak peak at a coroner's report and seen that there were at least six bodies that had all been killed in somewhat similar circumstances, five found at the Docks and one found closer to Downtown in the Detroit Shoreway District.  The report had quickly been snatched away, but not before Michael had seen a note asking if the cause of death was similar to the two John Does found the day before in the Port.

Two editors for the morning paper reported that three of their journalists had been wanting to publish a more detailed account of the attacks, and had fought long and hard to get their story out.  When they had been routinely denied, one reporter had apparently gone so far as to post the story to Reddit.  The story now had about a hundred upvotes, but hadn't made it to the front page.  The journalists name was Macy Heart, and she denied any knowledge of having done anything despite the article being posted online being an almost word for word copy of her own submitted article.
Dylan Ryke
 PC, 20 posts
 Media Mogul
 Rebel Millionaire
Fri 16 Jan 2015
at 22:48
Re: Safehouses
Dylan laughed, "Honour is it now." Dylan straightened his jacket in front of the mirror, and messed up his hair.  "Seems it's all work and no play these coming nights, so I'm going to keep it short and sweet.  Your plate is going to be full in a couple of hours.  The Cacophony will be blaring loud when I'm done talking with you, and people may be coming to your club for more information.  As always I want a cut, and any information you get out of them."

He picked up the phone and put it his ear, taking it off speaker phone.  "Deal?"
Daniel Flanders
 player, 12 posts
 Hello, gentle souls!
 The Man in Red
Fri 16 Jan 2015
at 23:08
Re: Safehouses
"Oh? Even more so than it already has?" Daniel says. "I will, of course, tell you anything I hear, but I would like to know if I should expect any unwelcome guests tonight."

Dylan can almost hear Daniel smiling over the phone. "And, of course, if you require any more direct assistance, I will be happy to make a quick jaunt wherever I am needed."
Dylan Ryke
 PC, 21 posts
 Media Mogul
 Rebel Millionaire
Sat 17 Jan 2015
at 00:26
Re: Safehouses
"Same deal, and I may take you up on that offer, lets see how busy you are," Dylan said, his mouth twisting as he thought.  He would prefer back up just in case things went wrong, but the list of things that needed to be done tonight was mounting and he needed people he could trust, or at least partially trust, doing their thing.  "A calls going out over the beat.  Cops are loud and in charge tonight, possibly getting federal.  One dead lick."

"I understand your club's not open, but you got the permit.  Well guess what, your getting guests tonight for a private viewing,"
Dylan said with a smile, and paused to let Daniel take it in.  "Three knocks and Oppenheimer's rendition of the Hindu text upon seeing the first A-bomb shudder the world gets you in, and only the dead will come a'knocking."

"I need you to pick up what they know, any missing licks they know off.  Locations where the cops are heavier, and any trouble they may have gotten their asses in while feeding.  If you got blood to offer in bodies or bags, charge higher, for the next couple of nights are a sellers market.  You can also serve as middle man, see if anyone is offering and take a cut.  That is all yours.  I would recommend giving the Carthians a discount, I like them, and you want them on your side.  I'll take them over the Crones any day of the week if this little encounter flairs up."

"Now for the extra information you can sell.  Dead lick is a Crone, part of the Sheriff's own, or his deputy at least.  The cop killing was done by one of the deputies and the Crones."

"Now for information you fucking sit on and don't sell.  A dead lick may be back, and bad as they get.  Rotten Rosey, old Ordo, and the body count she laid before the take over in 1999 was huge.  She experiment on many of our kind.  When the change happened, her actions confirmed that the other covenants got their come uppings, so she needs to die Mr. Flanders, and die hard.  If anyone knows this shit, or makes mention of revenants, or ghouls of the cops then they know more than the average lick.  Play dumb and let me know who they are."


He let it sink in and lay quiet on the phone.

This message was last edited by the player at 00:45, Sat 17 Jan 2015.

Daniel Flanders
 player, 13 posts
 Hello, gentle souls!
 The Man in Red
Sat 17 Jan 2015
at 00:59
Re: Safehouses
"My sire's a Carthian. Always tried to get me in on the Revolution, but I never really bought into the political side of things. Too messy, too... bitter, for my tastes. But I digress- I'll keep a look out for your friends, and I'll keep a couple of my lady friends handy in case people need a quick snack. And if I hear anything interesting... I'll let you know."

There's a pause at the end of the line. "Could you perhaps speak a bit more on this Rotten Rosie? I'd like to know in case I come across anything about her."
Dylan Ryke
 PC, 22 posts
 Media Mogul
 Rebel Millionaire
Sat 17 Jan 2015
at 01:59
Re: Safehouses
"Some Haunt, older than dirt, and had both the crone and god grab their ugly sticks and beat her like a pinata for a century or two, or so I've heard.  I don't really know shit about her.  I tried to avoid creatures like that when I started to my Requiem, and still do as a matter of fact," Dylan commented nonchalantly.  "What you find out I'd like to know, but don't go asking around.  Information I got was sketchy, and we aren't sure, and spreading that around will cause panic and trouble for the both of us, something we'd like to both avoid I'm sure."
Daniel Flanders
 player, 14 posts
 Hello, gentle souls!
 The Man in Red
Sat 17 Jan 2015
at 02:18
Re: Safehouses
"No problem," Daniel said. "I will make sure things stay relatively quiet, at least around here. But as I said... if you need any help, don't be afraid to ask."
Dylan Ryke
 PC, 23 posts
 Media Mogul
 Rebel Millionaire
Sat 17 Jan 2015
at 03:12
Re: Safehouses
"Trust me, I'm keeping your number on speed dial.  If things remain quiet give me a call, I'd rather not take any risks even if I'm only have a few words with kine," he replied, his tone taking on a more serious touch.  "For now I want to get the full picture, or as clear a picture as possible, and having the licks that walk the streets down low feeding us information could help with that.  Don't think what I'm asking you to do is any small matter or one I'd trust to anyone.  I need you to ply information out, get favours owed, that will come handy if the Crones decide to start something with the Acolytes over their dead or we find out that Rosey has allies.  We play this right we come out of this thing better than where we're at."

"Now if its our little Rosey, she may not have resisted her old ways and probably already taken one or two licks that won't be missed.  Find that and we could be a step ahead of sheriff and his lackeys.  So keep me updated."

With another phone he was busy texting.  "Play Hot Nights by Trash, Bash and Crash followed by the Dead don't Rise by Adam House, and finally Savage Garden by Hosts.  Put a plug in for this club that will be opening soon right after," he texted the name and address.  "Keep on going with no commercials.  Three Knocks by Brothers Grim, and a song by Oppenheimer's Folly, don't name the song, just mention the band name."  The code he had used before, but since it was on the fly this time, he was hoping they would pick up on it.

"Look if they fuck up and say Oppenheimer's Folly or simply say Three Knocks, rather than fucking knocking three times correct them and let them in," he said after a moment of quiet on his end.  It was clear he had several things on his hands by the sounds of it.

"By the way, welcome to Cleveland."
Daniel Flanders
 player, 15 posts
 Hello, gentle souls!
 The Man in Red
Sat 17 Jan 2015
at 03:58
Re: Safehouses
"I've seen worse," Daniel said. "I'm frankly more concerned that there's no unified effort to deal with a Masq breach of this level. I'm not sure this Mayor is prepared to actually handle the problems of vampire existence."

"That, however, is something to be dealt with later. For now, I'll bid you adieu." And with that, the phone hangs up.
Elizabeth Carrol
 Player, 478 posts
 A chilling smile
 A nasty bite
Sat 17 Jan 2015
at 04:42
Re: Safehouses
As it always seemed to be, an text came through from an anonymous caller. Initialed as before with 'DA'.

[Private to Dylan Ryke:Name a place. Do be thoughtful though... It's rather difficult for me to go out in public without a touch up.]
Dylan Ryke
 PC, 26 posts
 Media Mogul
 Rebel Millionaire
Sat 17 Jan 2015
at 05:30
Re: Safehouses
"I think Ms. Carrol has taken the reins of this matter after the deputy fucked things up, but I could be mistaken.  As for the Prince.  I mean Mayer, not sure if he is behind her, or what is happening with him, but you seem to have more information about the matter than I do," Dylan said.  He doubted it, but wasn't going to be rude about it, and if Daniel didn't it may remind him to keep such talk down.  "Either way, this suits me just fine.  Always liked my women on top.  Though Liz may be a different matter," he said his voice trailing off a bit.  "That said I'll catch you later.  Caio."

In the background it was clear that Dylan was on the move.  "Your keys, sir," could be heard coming from someone, shortly before a door opened and the wind could be heard on the phones mic.

Dylan donned his gloves, and quickly look at the rear view mirror to make sure they had been set properly.  He was still impressed at how far cars had come, as only yesterday he was driving a beat up VW where nothing was automatic.

No sooner than putting his phone into its car holder another vibrated.  These days if he wasn't carrying three different ones he felt naked it seemed.  He picked up the phone and read the message, then a devilish smile came on his face.

I've heard this century women take the lead when it comes to these matters.  I was hoping you would be the woman to bring me into it.

Lets keep this simple then, tell me where I can pick you up and I promise to have you home before midnight.

This message was last edited by the player at 05:31, Sat 17 Jan 2015.

Elizabeth Carrol
 Player, 480 posts
 A chilling smile
 A nasty bite
Sat 17 Jan 2015
at 19:13
Re: Safehouses
Men and women are as demonized as they are in any other century. You're chatting with a figure of local memetic myth, after all. All through the wonders of telecommunications. Really, it's rather diminished the attention span of the average person but I digress.

I've a few favorite meeting spots around the city. If you'd care for a walk under the moonlight you can meet me at Rockfeller park in the parking lot near the south side. Say around 8 PM.
was the texted response with a coy note and a hint of a well tuned mind behind every word. The attention paid to proper spelling and punctuation in the text certainly insisted on some inclination towards propriety.

This message was last edited by the player at 19:53, Sat 17 Jan 2015.

Dylan Ryke
 PC, 27 posts
 Media Mogul
 Rebel Millionaire
Sat 17 Jan 2015
at 22:06
Re: Safehouses
How can I refuse that.  I'll see you then.

He had a long laundry list of things he needed to do, but this was first.  His wealth was evident from the car he drove to the suit he wore, and that normally was enough to stop the beat or traffic cop from stopping him, but there was no reason to taunt them on a night like this, so he did his full stops at stop signs, and kept his speed to the limit to not give any hint to his urgency to get things done.