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"To the person who has anything to conceal - to the person who wants to lose his identity as one leaf among the leaves of a forest - to the person who asks no more than to pass by and be forgotten, there is one name above others which promises a haven of safety and oblivion. London. Where no one knows his neighbor. Where shops do not know their customers. Where physicians are suddenly called to unknown patients whom they never see again. Where you may lie dead in your house for months together unmissed and unnoticed till the gas-inspector comes to look at the meter. Where strangers are friendly and friends are casual. London, whose rather untidy and grubby bosom is the repository of so many odd secrets. Discreet, incurious and all-enfolding London."
- Dorothy L. Sayers, Unnatural Death (1893 - 1957)

Shadowrun Related Writings:

Curbing the “Über” Character

Archived Messages:
Below are links to the archived threads of messages from a game of Shadowrun III currently being run. The content of the threads is entirely unedited, however the links have been modified to function as intended.

The Funeral

The Drive

The Disk

The Evening

The Green Bat

The Midnight Rondezvous

The Morning

The Response

The Quick-Stop

The Zoo

The Assignment

The Operation[1]

The Operation[2]

The Operation[3]

The Escape

The Matrix[1]

The Matrix[2]

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