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manata

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  1. I'm curious; are these embers still glowing at all?
  2. I'm headed on vacation Thursday to Monday. I'll likely return on the 11th. Until then I'll pretty much be without internet access the whole time.
  3. No worries, man. Just do your thing and we'll pick it up where we left off. Cheers.
  4. "I think we're good to go. Delgado seems like a bigger fish than the usual riff-raff we collar. If he's for real, he may be a lead on the drug that we're looking for. What he doesn't tell us is the 'who' or the 'why'...This..." Pivnick looks around uncomfortably before continuing. "...Medusa. We don't know how she's connected, but she is. How or why they need the money -- desperate and/or brazen enough to rob a bank to get it -- we just don't know what the end game is. That? That's what we're trying to find out..." Pivnick shruggs, and his amber eyebrows go higher than usual.
  5. Hmmm, seems like the story has stagnated since being in the vehicle. Unless anyone has anything they really want to do while we're in transit to the Station, can we just say we've arrived? We were making great progress, but it seems to have hit a wall.
  6. Ha! I guess I just assumed he had one. Maybe he doesn't, that's your call, but now I can't get that Todd Jones image out of my head.
  7. Yea, I bet Cole could charm the hell out of somebody for an unmarked car if we needed to go that route. Seduction at 4D+2 -- That must be one sexy mustache!
  8. As Cole drives, Pivnick looks down at his phone do-hickey and frowns, thinking That thing cost me my whole first paycheck. "Captain Dunn mentioned that an unmarked my not be available to us until tomorrow. We're either going to have to fudge some paperwork or expedite the process in some other way. Anyone owe you any favors in Motorpool?"
  9. Pivnick chuckles at the thought, then stops suddenly and furrows his eyebrows. Turning to Kitner, he says "Hey, actually, that's not a bad idea. I mean, yea maybe they don't post their criminal activities on Facebook, but trying to track down any digital footprints at all is something we haven't tried yet. How are you at poking around on the computer, Kitner? I'm sure we have what we need at the station, or, you're welcome to use this..." Pivnick reaches into his hip pouch (NO, it's NOT a fanny pack!) and waggles his fancy phone gadget. He continues, "Either way, we'll have to split up a bit so as to not draw too much attention. We might as well be as productive as possible while we do so. Cole your face has been around the block, so sending you in to the bodega may be too early of a red-flag for Delgado. What do you say we take Kitner to do some techno research, where you and I change out of our "dress-blues" into some civilian clothes. Then we can hit up the bodega together -- I'll go in and see what I can find out, you cover me from outside in case..." Pivnick trails off. He shakes his head as he realizes how real this first mission has become in just a few short hours. Steeling himself, he continues, "...Well, just in case. Anyway, I don't know if it's the best plan, but it's a plan. What do you guys think?"
  10. Pivnick addresses the crook, "Alright fine. I've heard what I need to hear from you." He then turns to Cole and Kitner and says "Maybe rolling up in the patrol car isn't the best idea. I say we park it a few blocks away, or see if the paperwork for the undercover vehicle has been processed yet. I don't want any reason to blow an otherwise solid lead." ((OOC: question))
  11. I doubt anyone at Delgado's hideout know me since I'm a rookie, but that's really mbentley's call. Would they recognize Cole or Kitner? Just curious since I was going to have my character suggest who should go in. Sending in all 3 of us together seems like a bad idea.
  12. Pivnick uncuffs his would-be prisoner an backs away, saying to him "Something tells me Delgado isn't going to welcome 'our kind' with open arms. Tell us what we need to know to get access to him. Secret knock? Fancy handshake? Codeword? And if you're lying, we'll be back for you..."
  13. "What do you think, Cole? Should we haul in these nobodies, or should we head to the bodega and check out this Delgado character?"
  14. "Wow. Sounds like they're planning something major. We need to get in front of this Delgado character. This bodega on 21st -- is he usually there around this time?" Pivnick turns to Cole and adds, "If this piece of garbage here is telling the truth, the sooner we get over there the better. What do you say we do with these two in the mean time?
  15. "Why don't we start with who you work for. You're in the streets, and obviously too dumb to organize a racket. And after that, we'll talk about your product line. Specifically if you carry anything a bit more interesting than white powder."
  16. Pivnick sets the knife and packets of power on the ground behind them, out of reach of the criminal. He nods to the contraband and says to Cole, "Check it out. Can't say I'm surprised. I say we give them their wish. What do you say, Cole? Back downtown with these two?"
  17. Pivnick searches the male suspect. (Rolling Wit - 3d6+2 = 17) As he does so, he says, "You know, I gotta ask. You're awful brave to just be flaunting your illegal activity right out here in the open. Makes me think you've got a reason to be confident. Since it's obvious that you two..." Pivnick leans in close to the suspect's ear and stresses the next part, "pieces of human garbage aren't very high up the food chain, why don't you tell us a bit about your boss?"
  18. "Thank you folks, that makes it easy on everyone. Now, is there anything you think we need to know before we start asking our questions?" As Pivnick talks, he walks around to the male suspect cautiously preparing to zip-cuff them if necessary.
  19. Pivnick exits the vehicle as well, hand on nightstick but with an otherwise casual body-language. "Good afternoon, folks" he says as he approaches behind Cole.
  20. Pivnick cracks his knuckles and replies, "Better than most but not as good as some." He chuckles sheeplishly. "Anyway; only one way to find out. You've got point -- I'm right behind you." His hand rests on the door handle, waiting to open it whenever Cole opens his.
  21. Pivnick snaps out of his distraction; he had been poking and tapping on his fancy gadget phone since they sad down. "Huh? Oh yea, he dropped the name Alberto Perez, which isn't too much of a surprise considering the location. And he mentioned that 'dark flower' thing..." Pivnick trails off and then snaps his fingers and adds "...which makes a bit of sense now that we add that to your back alley info. I'm guessing that Night Shadow and this 'dark flower' are one-in-the-same. Maybe that's this freak's M.O.? I mean, it couldn't hurt to cross-reference some case files; anything dealing with the side effects of this Night Shadow ingredient." He looks over to Cole and then to Kitner. "Right?"
  22. Sorry guys. We had a server crap out and it forced me to travel for work. I just walked in the door. Gonna catch up now. Apologies again.
  23. Pivnick fiddles with his hip pouches (not a fanny pack!) a bit, not wanting to get the excitable Kitner riled up to the point of distracting either of them from playing lookout during Cole's meeting. When he sees Cole returning from the alley so quickly he raises his hands and shoulders in an exaggerated fashion as if to say That's it? All done? When Cole is close enough to initiate conversation, Pivnick says "That was fast. Did you get what you were after?"
  24. Pivnick tries hard to keep his eyebrows from flying too high at Pansy's chittering. Turning his attention back to the job, he addresses Cole's question. The Count is a wily one, but we managed to dig up some info on what I think is our perp. Count says the name was...." Pivnick quickly flips open his notebook. "Melantha. Hangs with the Death Heads, probably up north in 2 or 3, with Perez." He snaps the notebook shut again. "For what it's worth, the Count also made it a point tell us that 'Melantha' means 'dark flower'." Pivnick shruggs. What about you -- gleam anything worthwhile in there?
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