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Interrogation Tactics [Quest/Thorn]

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#1Thorn Vancarr 

Interrogation Tactics [Quest/Thorn] Empty on Sun Mar 25, 2018 3:28 pm

Thorn Vancarr
Thorn had been on quiet an adventure this past month. Got pissed at an old employer for not paying the woman her full dues. Might have made a bit of a mess out of his people. Was still pissed so when she was offered a job opportunity by a rival faction the mercenary had leaped at the chance to get back at her bastard of an ex-boss, particularly since the new one paid so well. Then lots of nicely paid sabotage happened making Thorn a very happy woman, and the old fart a very mad man. Who had the resources and money to send a hit or two after the woman. So the Curse Magic user decided to skip town. She had been surprised by new newer employer when she got not only his blessing to leave, but also a letter of recommendation to work for some guy in Oak town. He must have learned from his rival’s mistake to not mess with the mercenary.

But anyways, after a long hike through dangerous territory Thorn had arrived at Oak Town, cheery looking even though it was the countries black market capital. Oak was a beautiful town, situated on a hill with a grand castle on the top, with the road curling around the hill like a spiral. Along that road lay the town itself, made from the same material and in the same design as the castle, giving the town a good aesthetic feel to it, along with the grand oak trees growing everywhere, giving the town its name. The cobble stone streets give way to pleasant shops which host nice shops, pleasant pubs, churches, and a region famous art gallery. Yes from the outside without any information given Oak Town is a pleasant looking place, perfect for starting a business or raising a family.

In reality Oak was only slightly better than Dahlia due to the actual firm structure of authority, though still corrupt through-and-through. The towns lord and the guild master of Phantom Lord were supposedly chums, letting the dark guild do as they like though within reason, keeping peace but brewing with criminals. People with bounties like Thorn could stroll down the streets unafraid of getting picked up by local authorities because they probably have a higher bounty than you. Underground trade and the black market was actually a town highlight it seemed. Yes when you heard the words ‘Oak Town’ you usually think of something illegal…. And upon arriving Thorn had immediately set off to find her new employers place of residence, but had trouble since she was too standoffish to ask for directions. But after spotting a job board and what looked like some sort of scavenger hunt with a nice reward, Thorn decided that a nice walk around town gathering random stuff was just what she needed. But when that was finished some lady named Selena Nighless (or something) showed up and told her the job was a hoax. But before Thorn could rip her throat out not only did the woman pay her, but helpfully point out the exact place she was looking for. Nice, but creepy. Hopefully she wouldn’t run into the witch again.

Finally she had met her long-awaited employer and honestly was a little underwhelmed at first until the man began to explain things. Dr. Stephan Mabuz who runs a cute little magic shop in a hard to find side street in Oak which gets little to no traffic. The Doc informed his new employee about not being worried though since he was actually one of the best black market providers for illegal magic goods, particularly dark ones. This is where most of the man’s business comes from and where he got to know Thorn’s old employer. The doc offered Thorn a free dinky room in the apartments above his house to stay in while she works for him and others in Oak town, something she was grateful for since she both didn’t want to waste money on renting a place and wanted a bed to sleep in. Dinky was better than nothing. Not much had happened to Thorn since the last time the good doctor called on her for a job. But honestly after working for him for a while she was beginning to get a little bored, and that never meant good things for the money crazy woman. Boredom meant she wasn't doing anything, and that meant she wasn't making money. It was unacceptable. But Dr. Mabuz threatened to kick her out if she bugged him for more work again so Thorn would just have to bide her time.

So that meant she had to seek out her own work. Thankfully the right type came by easily with her edgy looks and reputation. She had only been out walking for awhile before she was approached by an individual for work. Much easier than Dahlia and the man didn’t even look that shady by Thorns perspective, though he was obviously with organized crime. Turns out the Mertello family needed a third party to interrogate a prisoner from the rivaling crime family to give them room for denial but still get the information they wanted.

So Thorn was quietly led to a warehouse near the edge of town, wary of an ambush or backstab, but thankfully never got any. She was then introduced to their leder Martin Martello, new to Oaks crime world, and given a baklava disguise combo and instructions for what information they wanted from the prisoner. Then men just stared as he was lead to a separate room, had the door opened for her, then slammed shut. In from of the demon hand was a tied up man with a small beard and stupid hairdo. So it began, Thorn using all the intimidation skills she had, though it didn’t help that she was a woman. But beating the crap out of people, mixed with subtle demonic aura, always got people to open up to her.

Twenty minutes later Thorn leaves the room with the information the gang wanted. Impressed, Martin gives the woman her hard-earned gold and they part on good terms.

WC: 1026

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