Harlequin Knights

Hate Group?
More stuff I didn't do.

>>So you got this job from an old fixer named Charlie Tarrow. She sent you to eliminate the key members of Association Para-Nobilis, an elf hate group. You’re still there now, so I don’t know what happened.<<

-Cthulhu (15:15:34/04-26-60)

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Missing Out

>>You know… it’s too bad I didn’t go with you on your heist, but despite that I wasn’t there, I guess I’ll do my best. I did my nails, played some games and colored my hair a different color, but I guess you want to keep track of what you did. You ran from some Barghests and stole a elfy manuscript named Mankind Revealed by Ehran the Scribe from Sylvan Publishing. Oh, and you hung out with some BTL junkies, a couple of shaman, and a toxic water spirit (whatever that is) so you could get some moldy old sword. I hope that helps.<<

-Cthulhu (01:15:24/04-21-60)

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First Run
Escape from Hellhound dungeon!

>>Hey guys, Cthulhu here. I’ll keep a short record of what’s happened in our previous runs, so you don’t forget. Wiz?

You met me and Oyakata, bluffed our way by a police barricade, broke into an Universal Omnitech laboratory, I got shot, you killed some rent-a-cops, we released a researcher named Dr. Thaddeus Wagner, you fought some hellhounds, blew past said police barricade (injuring officers and blowing up cars), then wrestled with Renraku, and I had a snack, then we went to the hospital.

Oh yeah, I found out about that Renraku guy. His name is Adrian Black. You’re welcome!<<

-Cthulhu (02:01:52/04-11-60)

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