Seattle 2074

Oh, the Humanis-ty!

The team's attempt at Legwork goes horribly awry.

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After being hired by Mr. Johnson to find a girl named Rebecca, the team first goes to her last known location, Trey’s Place.

The bar is a dive over in the Everett district, just north of the Everett Beacon Mall. Showing the picture around the bar, none of the patrons seem to recognize the photo of the girl. They do manage to secure some of the security footage of the night Rebecca went missing though, and caught a glimpse of the man Rebecca left with. The team decides to call it a night and go back to their respective homes.

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The next evening, Vlad and Una decide to go back to the bar in hopes of securing some info on the financial transactions from the bar the night Rebecca disappeared, Yngwie, Dorf and Vince decide to tag along as well. Everything seems to be going well until 4 thugs walk into the bar, and right up to Vladamir. One thing leads to another and a “fight” ensues (more like Vlad starts to take the trash out). When one of the thugs decides to pull a knife out, Dorf thought it was his Stretch Armstrong doll and broke the man’s neck in one punch. The fight immediately stops when everyone hears the tell tale sound of a shotgun being racked. Trey orders them all to leave and contacts the police. Dorf, having no way to get home by himself, waits out by the curb for his sister to come pick him up. Unfortunately, the man that was killed happened to be Senator Charles Seaver’s son and the police had clear camera footage showing that Dorf was the killer. The team found this out later that night.

Meanwhile, Una and Vlad went to a local strip joint to blow off steam while Yngwie searched for more leads at a nearby night club. Yngwie’s work did pay off a bit as he found out the dark haired man had visited the club on more than one occasion.

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