Shadowrun: Anarchy

Transit from Salt Lake City to Denver
A rough RV ride...

The Border Crossing

On the group’s way out of Salt Lake City, their RV was stopped by an Aztechnology search crew. Attempting to resolve this amicably, the group agreed to stop at the checkpoint as they were boxed in by traffic. Upon the guards entering the RV, however, they dispatched the three search party members with ridiculous precision. Detective Dead Boy scalped a guard and kept the scalp in his subdermal compartment. They dumped the bodies out the RV at high speed on their way to Boulder, Colorado.


Upon arriving at the precipice of Boulder, Colorado, the team agreed to travel around the outskirts of the town rather than through the center. The outskirts, infested with Insect Spirits, were apparently favorable to the entrenched survivors in the town’s populated section. An Insect Spirit summoned a locust swarm which required the team to exit the RV and commence repairs. Jodoc McQueem was attacked by an Insect Spirit during his repairs, but was rescued by the combined efforts of CSD Docs’ well placed headshots and Detective Dead Boy’s axe piercing the Spirit’s chitinous plates.


Upon entering Denver, the team decided to take a job from a man at a local nightclub. The job: serve as bodyguards for a local celebrity for five days. After some hassling and intimidation, the nightclub manager agreed to pay them 3 Karma now and 4 Karma later. CSD Docs used the advance pay to buy a prototype heated machete from a shipment to a nearby weapons store.

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