Justin OOC Posted April 14, 2016 Share Posted April 14, 2016 Atlanta is a center for many things in the United States, a thriving city, home to thousands. Unlike many government agencies with large headquarters that are marvels of architecture, the Supernatural Investigation Agency calls a rather nondescript warehouse-like structure on the north side of town home. The Agency deals with things beyond normal ken, the supernatural monsters, artifacts, abilities, and people who have come forth into the light of the modern age. The day started as many others do for the team. Each has an office within the large warehouse, and the members of SpecOps3 each received a text message that read "Meeting room 3, Fifteen minutes, Mission Briefing" When they arrived, they found their Team leader, Ryusei Hideyoshi seated to the right of a man who was known for many things, but a sense of Humor was not among them. Director John Smith. Once everyone was there he began, as the doors locked . "I will jump right in. We have a situation in New Orleans." He paused giving Mia a look. "Given that one of your team has extensive knowledge of the area, as well as a special affinity for what is causing this trouble, It has been decided to send your full team there." He clicked a remote in his hand and the wall behind him showed pictures of several grisly corpses. "We've had a dozen murders in the last week, which while not uncommon for New Orleans, is certainly part of something more. The next 4 pictures were of strange wispy like figures, in other parts of the city, at night, each with a face of the murder victims. "These are the first conclusive proof of the existence of Ghosts, Taken by one of our investigators, who has since gone missing. You are to go to New Orleans, find the killer, and prevent the city from becoming home to any more ghosts than it is already home to." He looked around at them "Are there any questions?" Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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