Abandon

Meeting with the Loyalists of Thule

Infiltration of Sotanath Securities

On this past Monday :
Sean discovered Maria arguing with Avi Schoenstein in the Janitor’s closet. Upon questioning, Mr. Schoenstein divulged absolutely no information regarding the fight.

When we arrived home at the end of the day, Scarface was in the hallway accosting Derek Engblom. He seemed to be upset that Derek was wearing a jacket with a Demons emblem. Charles threatened the bum’s life at point blank gunpoint. Scarface didn’t seem afraid. When Leah Cohen came out into the hall, she was able to talk him down.

On this past Tuesday :
Charles O’Donnell had an interesting encounter with Stroika in the police office. Stroika was arrested for throwing a man out of a window. He was caught on camera doing so. Charles decided to help Stroika out by convincing Officer Pietrangelo to release him. Charles forgot to ask him about the 7XL suit jacket that Albert found in the river.

That night the group decided to infiltrate Sotanath Securities and complete the mission given to them by Curio. We had to destroy three copies of the sensitive document. One copy was on a local computer system. The second copy was in an archive room. The third copy was in a basement vault which required two keys to open. Three keys were in the building – one in the director’s office, one with a guard and one in the main entrance security desk. Fitts provided surveillance of the building and coordination via headset. Casper and Zed were on lookout duty. Griffon Turned invisible and stole the main desk key. Fang snuck in the director’s office for the key. L33T hacked into the network and deleted the electronic version, then proceeded to the archives and stole the paper copy. Griffon and L33T snuck into the underground vault while Zed created a distraction. They were able to retrieve the vaulted hard drives and escape without incident. Overall the mission was a complete success, with the exception of Zed having given up his identity to the security guards (acting as a police officer). As it turns out, one of the guards belongs to The Loyalists of Thule. They now know a little more about us than I would like. We do, however have some leverage because L33T made a copy of the sensitive document before destroying it.

Tonight :
We had a meeting with the Syracuse Loyalists Cell. They informed us that the Loyalists are a humanitarian organization founded during World War II to atone for the crimes of the Nazis against humanity. The organization was originally called Thule Gesellschaft, two members of which split off to form the Nazi party. The other three members, disgusted by this, reformed the organization to atone for their indirect hand in the Nazi party‚Äôs creation. They have some extremely wealthy benefactors, but could use more associates like us with them. We saw Mr. Curio’s face via webcam. Mr. Curio seems to be the director (at least locally) for the Loyalists. We were given a laptop with which we can communicate with him. He told us that from what they can tell, the Loyalists believe Church fled to Canada, and then to Rome under Catholic protection. He was in his late sixties during the 1970s, and is assumed to be dead now.

Comments

Just to clear up some erroneous stuff…

Stroika threw that guy through a first floor window of a storefront, alarms went off and it was caught on camera. Both Stroika and his attackers fled at that time, except Stroika got caught.

The guy named Church that Stroika described didn’t match the description of the older Church, and was likely someone else using a similar moniker. Stroika also didn’t kill him, but was involved in a mission where the younger Church was brutalized by a monster.

Lastly, Hitler didn’t form the Loyalists. The organization was originally called Thule Gesellschaft, two members of which split off to form the Nazi party. The other three members, disgusted by this, reformed the organization to atone for their indirect hand in the Nazi party’s creation.

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