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Message no. 1
From: Nightfox <DJWA@******.UCC.NAU.EDU>
Subject: Dagger
Date: Fri, 15 Apr 1994 16:47:08 -0700
Bloody Dagger
"Its not Johnson, its Smith. Mr Smith. I want you to find a stolen artifact,
precisely an old sacrificile dagger."

The run doesn't sound bad, all you have to do is get the dagger from Koeme
Enterprises. Of course, Mr Kromby, the CEO of Keome is well known to be a large
philanthropist, so why would he want a bloody dagger? The dagger is on the 32nd
floor, the only floor which is not connected to the rest of the building, though
it is connected to the 31st floor which is. The connection can only be made by
physically doing it. The elevator goes all the way to the top, but only with a
pressed in hardware command - it isn't in the computer. There is another
elevator from the 31st to 32nd so that staff with the right stuff can go up.

Kromby is not in at the time, but two girls strapped to the beds in the guest
bed room are, along with the dagger on the night stand between them. The girls
seem to be connected to the dagger somehow, they are coherrent and can't be
taken to far away form the dagger safely.

Mr Smith if contacted seems to know what to do, though you though he was a
normal. If you bring the girls and the dagger to him, he'll see what can be
done. Of course, when the runners get there, they do see Smith, but he doesn't
stay in their vision for long, vision that is soon clouded by neuro-stun gas.
When they wake up in the sewer prisons all they have are nice white robes, the
perfect things for sacrifices. NOw all they have to do is escape and save the
girls before they all die. Isn't life fun chummer



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