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  • RE: Serial Killer

    How many murderers have our kind been responsible for catching? I imagine we’ve been in almost every city where there’s ever been one, but I can’t imagine our kind routinely dives into it to try to solve it for the authorities, there’s way too many chances of getting caught up in their investigation.

    Wouldn’t the best way to avoid attention be avoiding digging into his victims’ lives, and those of the various suspects?

    I’m not saying it should be dropped completely, just that right now there’s a whole lot of people in this, and that’s really increasing the chances of people running over each other and getting found out.

    Maybe we just need a person or two to organize it, and everything passes through them, rather than playing the telephone game where info can get passed through 5 people and end up completely distorted by the end.

    We just need to be careful here and remember that it’s just a few mortals.

    Anja, that’s also a good point and why I’m not trying to say that we stop looking at things, just get a lot more careful about how we do it.

    -Alex

    posted in The Book
  • RE: Serial Killer

    So on this topic of staying under the radar… A couple observations.

    We have a lot of people looking into this now.
    We’re looking into a murderer that appears to be completely mundane.
    We have no evidence they’ve targeted any supernaturals, nor know of any supernatural existence.
    Our actions have worked to accelerate the murderer’s work (as noted by his most recent note before he took these two girls).
    As the case gets more attention, the likelihood of our own actions running into those of the authorities is growing.

    I know we don’t like the attention this sort of shit brings in our turf, but is this really something we should have so many people chasing? The risk of getting caught just seems to be getting higher the more involved we get.

    Or is there some evidence that shows any relation to the non-mundane that I missed? I mean, we could also use him as a scapegoat for other stuff, too, but it might be too obvious given how serial killers usually work.

    (I’m not saying this should be dropped completely - but we have a lot of people on this, and I think we’re drastically increasing the chances of a breach rather than decreasing.)

    -Alex

    posted in The Book
  • RE: Serial Killer

    At last, someone besides me who thinks “in the round.” Look ahead, behind, to the side, 10 steps ahead and a year, two year, ten years ahead. Always consider every angle and clean up your mess.

    Felicia O’Neill. Baron.

    posted in The Book
  • RE: Serial Killer

    Question, and call me silly for asking but- What happens if or when you find him?

    Felicia O’Neill. Baron.

    posted in The Book
  • RE: Occurrence at the Alley

    If two people are walking down the street and one looks unassuming and “normal” and the other is wearing purple head to toe, who will catch the attention? Who will someone who is scanning for Vampires look at?

    While it may not seem to be a big deal, it is. It is called The Masquerade for a reason.

    Felicia O’Neill. Baron.

    posted in The Book
  • RE: Occurrence at the Alley

    Running outside with bare feet after you hear screaming, and helping someone fight off an attacker with no shoes is not a breach. Can we leave the hyperbole at the door?

    -Alex

    posted in The Book
  • RE: Occurrence at the Alley

    So, which one of you numbskulls is the Prince-wannabe with no shoes or coat on in the dead of winter outside our Market?

    I am getting a bit tired of hearing of the sloppiness of Cainites in this city.

    • Felicia O’Neill. Baron.
    posted in The Book
  • RE: Serial Killer

    Some people were talking about breaking into those dentist offices to check records. I don’t remember who, but Anja mentioned something about prepping them a USB drive to download the dentists’ files. Make sure we don’t have multiple groups barging around there.

    As for the ‘why is it a dentist’ bit - I think because they used a common numbing thing available to dentists, and some of the medical training because of how the organs were removed. I think. If we have more evidence for that please speak up.

    -Alex

    posted in The Book