Revenger Assignments: The Tyrene Code!

superheroes_civil-war-by-leinilyuMorning fellow superheroes! Here are your homework assignments for the coming mission. As you have been made aware, we have a matter of stolen artwork that may or may not contain clues to a matter of national security. Since this mission contains several potential threads, we will be forced to divide into teams. I do hope people approve of the following division of teams and objectives…

Team #1: Track the first stolen painting
As my friend in securities used to say, “if you want to find a hot item, go to where the hot market”. There’s only place in town that deals with precious items such as artwork, cultural artifacts and rare items can be fenced. The shipping district in the western burb of Craigflower Hill, where a man named Arthur Goehner runs stolen goods out of an abandoned storage facility.

Word around the campfire is that Goehner comes from a long line of people who cut their teeth moving stolen and precious goods from one country to another, usually during times of war (hint, hint). He needs to be taken aside and made to offer up any and all information he might have on who stole Tyrene’s painting and whether or not they tried to move it.

Judgement: Muscle and no-nonsense interrogation
Bonfire: Intimidation
Freedom Fighter: Ass-kicking and flight

Team #2: Steal the second painting from the Art Museum
The second painting needs to be procured from the Art Museum before the thieves in question decide to steal it as well. In this case, we need tact, stealth, and flexibility. In short, this mission calls for a light touch, otherwise we might find ourselves in some hot water!

Atrum Auditor: Disable the Security feeds, presense any problems
Erotica Girl: Distract the guards should they be alerted, and take them down!
Pax: Teleport through the building’s walls, let the other team members in to retrieve the artwork

Team #3: Procure the third from the Old Lady
Next, we need to get our hands on the only other painting created by Tyrene. This mission is also of particular importance, and requires some serious tact and maybe even diplomacy. As a result, I’m sending in the superheroes who specialize in being unseen and dealing with more sensitive cases.

Styka: Use invisibility to beat the ladies security and sense her presence
Convince the old lady to part with her precious object should she become aware of our presence

Team #4: Meet with the NSA Source
A final team, led by me, will meet with the high level-source from the National Security Agency. Based on our last conversation, he has information vital to our mission and will only pass it on to me. He said “come alone”, and as far as he knows, I will be!

Me: Meet with the informant and get the info
Dark Angel: Backup and overwatch should things turn hairy
Veiled Tsunami: Backup and telepathy to scan my informant

Well, that’s everyone. You have your homework assignments, people. Let’s make it happen!

10 thoughts on “Revenger Assignments: The Tyrene Code!

      1. I got the assignment. I have thought of something, I’ll either write it up Friday night or Saturday morning. If that’s too late, I understand.

      2. What??? No, there’s no due dates on this stuff. It’s all about audience participation and having fun. Write it when you can and remember, it’s just a report. Nothing too fancy or creative, that’s what I like to do 😉

      3. Good I like to inspire and let someone else do the writing. Here is my report.
        Mrs. Fonter is gray haired, wrinkled skinned, but she has bright blue eyes and moves with the ease of a dancer. She was home when Styka and I arrived.
        Mrs. Fonter seemed like such a nice lady. Styka thought we should talk to her first.
        At first she was kind enough, but as we explained what we wanted, her eyes darkened and her body stiffened with age.
        We tried to explain that we were trying to out smart some bad guys.
        “Why would I want to give my painting to two skinny vigilantly girls in tights? My husband gave that painting to me on our 50th wedding anniversary.”
        That’s when I began to understand the problem.
        I looked around at the pictures on the wall and on the cabinet. There were no photos of children or grandchildren. There were plenty of photographs of two people enjoying life, as they grew old together.
        I’m the goddess of healing so I took her hand and felt her heartbreak. Her husband had recently died and she was having trouble grieving. The bright eyes and ease of walk was a cover up. She was ignoring the pain of loneliness.
        I gently gave her enough healing so she could properly grieve.
        As the needed tears came, she told us she wanted to be alone. She also told us to take the painting.
        We promised to safely return it when we were finished with it.
        As we were looking at the painting, Styka noticed something that might be important.

      4. Sweet! What was the important thing? Should I fill that in, leave it vague, or did you have something in mind? Since it’s one of three paintings, it should be 1/3 of the code…

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