::the words are written like someone put more pressure into the pen then what’s needed::
Dont they got rules and shit too? Would any of those give us a just clause in fucking him up?
So, as it sounds like to me; we have a non-aggression pact with the Cam, the Cam’s shapeshifting Herald has entered our domains unannounced, impersonating members of our community, wildly embraced a ghoul to stir chaos and SI attention, and made an attempt on Felicia. Their response when our emissary went to say “wtf?” Was to be told to fuck off at, wherever the fuck they meet, and our response is… what? To bicker at each other? It’s obvious that the Cam dont see us more than just little kids playing make believe in mommy and daddy’s dresser, or see us as a viable threat. My belief is this: This fucker attacked us when he attacked Felicia, and we need to REACT to that, find the fucker, pull him out of what ever hole he crawled into and SHOW the cam fucks we ain’t just playing pretend at this. But what do I know, I’m just a hot blooded Brujah, right?
I agree, I’d rather buy influence, or get allies with a hand, say it’s for blade, but take it with me if I ever leave blade.
I have been thinking about this for a while, and thought to present it here first for peer review:
How does everyone feel about the idea of a dead drop? This would be used mostly by folks who have to bounce and couldn’t contact people for safety sake. I’m thinking each Guild could have one that changes on a regular basis as to not create a pattern of someone(s) constantly checking the same location on a regular basis. Ideas? I’m hoping this will prevent any future incidents of people leading danger to our front door. I would also advise not writing the locations down if you can avoid it.
I can throw in my 3 xp, I can delay having actual influence another 2-3 weeks if that means we are more prepared and can react better