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From: Simon and Fiona sfuller@******
Subject: elf elp
Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2000 17:19:42 +1100
-----Original Message-----
From: Nexx <nexx@********.net>
To: shadowrn@*********.com <shadowrn@*********.com>
Date: Friday, November 10, 2000 5:50 PM
Subject: Re: elf elp

>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Simon and Fiona" <sfuller@******>
>> Can somebody name me a member of the Council of Princes in Tir Tairngire
>> might be involved in training troops in the Dominican Republic please?
>> If possible, I'd also like info on what dirt they might have that could
>> used against them, and who on the council would want to use that dirt.
>> This is all for a campaign that I'm planning to do with the overthrow of
>> Haiti and the formation of an Ork homeland on Espaniola, but the plot is
>> woven all over the place, with the poor little runners not knowing what's
>> going on.
>I don't have cyberpirates, but a good bet is that some of Ehran's lackeys
>would have a hand in it. He's got a double dozen of warriors called
>"Paladins", who are lead by Rory Donally and Bran Glendower; they'd be
>train people if Ehran were involved.
Ah, dats der bunny. The actual line is "The only way Esfinge keeps control
of so much turf is because she's letting Tir Ghosts and Paladins use the
island as a secret training ground. Cumpa of mine set up the deal betweenher
and some Tir bigshots two years ago."
She also gets to test out new weapons, and gets given old ones for her
trouble. That alone could be the dirt another prince needs, though I think
it would take more than using some elf pirate for jungle training. Oh well,
Ehran's an elf, he's bound to have more secrets than a lingerie catalogue.
See, if the other prince is blackmailing Ehran, then any aid he tries to
send Esfinge will be blocked, meaning Montenegro can take her out without
fear of Tir persecution.
Thanks also to Doc', for inspiring me to throw Lofwyr into the mix. That
should keep the runners REAL happy, dealing with a dragon. -heh heh heh-


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