So I wrote up a little side-scenario to help show what I think life is like in the PC, but it turns out my group has no interest in the themes so I'll probably never run it. Therefore, I thought I'd share it here. It's a bit light on red herrings and intrigue because it was supposed to be a sideplot I could plug into a campaign rather than a fully independent piece - I hope that isn't too much of a drawback. I hope to hear what you all think :D [hr] - [b]Premise.[/b] [b]The Basics;[/b] The group are approached by a man named Phillipe Delacoure on behalf of a Brothel owner he knows. One of their regular patrons has gone missing, and the group are hired to discover their fate.
- Twist 1 - The patron is an Alpha Fork of one of the indentured workers. The brothel allows all it's workers to create a Fork in order to seek additional employment to pay off their contract.
- Twist 2 – The patron has been kidnapped by one of the Brothel's business rivals, who seeks to discover the source of the Brothel's success.
- Twist 3 - Phillipe Delacoure is a low level Oversight agent, nominally tasked with providing confidential licensing for controlled technologies.
- [i]Four Weeks Earlier[/i] - Bethari van Haitsma becomes aware of the Jasmine Garden's unusual success, and begins searching for candidate to find out it's origin. She contacts Les Ghoules to hire a crew.
- [i]Three Weeks Earlier[/i] - Bethari locates Rowan as a potential Target and begins observation.
- [i]Two Weeks Earlier[/i] - Bethari arranges for Rowan to receive passes for the Luminosity Lounge.
- [i]10 Days Earlier[/i] - Rowan visits the Jasmin Garden, goes to the Luminosity lLounge and meets Bethari van Haitsma. The observation is stepped up.
- [i]9 Days Earlier[/i] - Rowan becomes nervous due to irregularity in his mesh presense and daily routine. He orders a Nanoswarm to monitor himself, and requests a Grimoir from Berlin.
- [i]5 Days earlier[/i] – Rowan is abducted from the Universidade de São Paulo library.
- [i]1 Day earlier[/i] – Coraline Melati contacts Philippe Philippe Delacoure
—In the past we've had to compensate for weaknesses, finding quick solutions that only benefit a few. But what if we never need to feel weak or morally conflicted again?