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From: The Powerhouse <P.C.Steele@*********.AC.UK>
Subject: The Miranda plot..
Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1993 18:01:56 BST
Ok I may need a little help from everyone here to help make my story line
a little more realistic. Either that or start creating lots of NPC's.

Over the next week could people who have characters in Seattle post little
snipets about odd small disasters across the city. Things like a train going
off the rails and 15 people killed, electrical machinary plumetting a lift
full of people to their deaths, air conditioning in a building suddenly
playing up and killing the inhabitants of 7 offices. That sort of thing,
the only restrictions are that the disasters should be natural occuring as in
wear and tear of parts or odd computer errors, and nothing too big try to keep
the limit of dead in any one particular case below 20.

People with astrally active characters who happen to be astrally perceiving
when the disaster occurs or for 15 minutes afterwards will notice that the
background count normally associated with such events seems to drain away
very rapidly. Very high powered magical characters (init grade 6 or higher)
may notice that a thread of astral energy seems to connect the site to somewhere
in the direction of Bellevue. They probably won't have chance to follow it

The only other thing is spread the events out over the next week with them
stopping after next weekend. Probably no more than 4 events a day would be
a suitable limit but don't feel tied to that amount.

Many thanks,

Phillip Steele - Email addres P.C.Steele@*** | An Uzi a day keeps the
Department Of Electrical & Electronic Engineering | politicians at bay O O
University Of Newcastle Upon Tyne, England | |
Land of the mad Geordies | The Powerhouse \_/


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