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The Dark Queen of the West

December 18th 2010 - Blush AAR


Dr. James Spence

Westin Snopes

Marie Brey
Participation: 1
Learning Curve: 1
Roleplaying: 1
Heroism: ?
Total: 3
Participation: 1
Learning Curve: 1
Roleplaying: 1
Heroism: ?
Total: 3
Participation: 1
Learning Curve: 1
Roleplaying: 1
Heroism: ?
Total: 3




Well… this has been a very interesting night indeed, I don’t even know where to begin. I can’t believe that Vampires are real! I mean, I probably shouldn’t be surprised, since i can actually use freakin’ magic, but still… I wonder what other creatures are out there that I thought were just stories…?

Speaking of magic, I think I need to be a little more careful. I mean, that was awesome getting that cop to take off, but I can’t rely on magic every time I have a little problem… can I? That’s always the moral of the story anyway, but I could definitely get used to this. Maybe I should mention it to Marie? Or the other guys? We’ll see.

Which brings us to our current “job”. I hope that Westin has some ideas, because I have no idea what we’re supposed to do about these vampires. Are we just supposed to ask them nicely to stop eating people? I have a feeling that won’t go over very well, and I’m not looking forward to trying to use my little light show on a group of angry vamps. Vamps. Yeah, I like the ring to that, much less threatening… I suppose we’ll see if us mages are all we’re cracked up to be.

This is just absolutely unbelievable! Magic is flipping real! Really real! And I’ve got access to not just one, but two full-fledged wizards to interrogate on the subject! Good lord, the opportunity here…it’s incredible! To learn the truth behind the legends and lore, and discern fact from fiction and apply that new understanding to the whole cloth of history – a man could devote a lifetime to scholarship like this! Fortunately, I’ve got all the time in the world to milk them for information…if only I could publish on it. Ah well. Perhaps some of the Kindred would be interested in such a work?

On a side note, I’m starting to understand why blood bonds are so discouraged – and feared. I mean, this is a hell of a hassle – being bound clearly doesn’t prevent one from having a mind of their own. But on the other hand, if I ask, Sarah will obey, however grudgingly. I’m really not sure how I ought to feel about it, but I don’t feel great. That’s for certain.

As for this deal in Cabrini Green, it sounds like a few small fries overstepping their bounds. Regardless, lets hope that magic has a bit of bite to its bark. I may be a good fencer, but going in outnumbered by other Kindred of unknown descent, and telling them to change their ways? Yeah, that kind of sounds like asking for a beat down. Just a bit.

Dear Journal,
Why should I even be surprised that vampires exist? That’s what the facts led to at James’ office – body drained of blood, two puncture marks, victim killed like this before he had time to react, blood research stolen. But really, I blame today’s media for the lack of total shock. If only those Twilighters knew…

That leads me to Joe. I’m not sure if we should wholeheartedly trust him. He seemed like he was holding something back about the coin, but I didn’t want to push the issue since the would be another piece of the puzzle that James and I need. This job for Joe just makes me that much more edgy. And why can’t he manage this bit of dirty work on his own? He didn’t appear weak. He’s not even getting some huge thugs to crush the little rebellion. Joe asked us! Maybe he thinks we’re more advanced in magic than is the case. I think I’ll voice some of these concerns to James the next time I see him.

-Marie

Comments

Well… this has been a very interesting night indeed, I don’t even know where to begin. I can’t believe that Vampires are real! I mean, I probably shouldn’t be surprised, since i can actually use freakin’ magic, but still… I wonder what other creatures are out there that I thought were just stories…?

Speaking of magic, I think I need to be a little more careful. I mean, that was awesome getting that cop to take off, but I can’t rely on magic every time I have a little problem… can I? That’s always the moral of the story anyway, but I could definitely get used to this. Maybe I should mention it to Marie? Or the other guys? We’ll see.

Which brings us to our current “job”. I hope that Westin has some ideas, because I have no idea what we’re supposed to do about these vampires. Are we just supposed to ask them nicely to stop eating people? I have a feeling that won’t go over very well, and I’m not looking forward to trying to use my little light show on a group of angry vamps. Vamps. Yeah, I like the ring to that, much less threatening… I suppose we’ll see if us mages are all we’re cracked up to be.

December 18th 2010 - Blush AAR
 

Dear Journal,

Why should I even be surprised that vampires exist? That’s what the facts led to at James’ office – body drained of blood, two puncture marks, victim killed like this before he had time to react, blood research stolen. But really, I blame today’s media for the lack of total shock. If only those Twilighters knew…

That leads me to Joe. I’m not sure if we should wholeheartedly trust him. He seemed like he was holding something back about the coin, but I didn’t want to push the issue since the would be another piece of the puzzle that James and I need. This job for Joe just makes me that much more edgy. And why can’t he manage this bit of dirty work on his own? He didn’t appear weak. He’s not even getting some huge thugs to crush the little rebellion. Joe asked us! Maybe he thinks we’re more advanced in magic than is the case. I think I’ll voice some of these concerns to James the next time I see him.

-Marie

December 18th 2010 - Blush AAR
 

This is just absolutely unbelievable! Magic is flipping real! Really real! And I’ve got access to not just one, but two full-fledged wizards to interrogate on the subject! Good lord, the opportunity here…it’s incredible! To learn the truth behind the legends and lore, and discern fact from fiction and apply that new understanding to the whole cloth of history – a man could devote a lifetime to scholarship like this! Fortunately, I’ve got all the time in the world to milk them for information…if only I could publish on it. Ah well. Perhaps some of the Kindred would be interested in such a work?

On a side note, I’m starting to understand why blood bonds are so discouraged – and feared. I mean, this is a hell of a hassle – being bound clearly doesn’t prevent one from having a mind of their own. But on the other hand, if I ask, Sarah will obey, however grudgingly. I’m really not sure how I ought to feel about it, but I don’t feel great. That’s for certain.

As for this deal in Cabrini Green, it sounds like a few small fries overstepping their bounds. Regardless, lets hope that magic has a bit of bite to its bark. I may be a good fencer, but going in outnumbered by other Kindred of unknown descent, and telling them to change their ways? Yeah, that kind of sounds like asking for a beat down. Just a bit.

December 18th 2010 - Blush AAR
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