MotorCity By Night

Session 2

The night began at the Envy Lounge…

The coterie (the term for a group of vampires) met up with one another at the Envy Lounge, most of them eager to figure out a new approach to the vampires that they had taken care of the night prior.
They continued the investigation, discussing with Chadwick to figure out where some of the recent disappearances had occurred. They followed through with this, leading them to an apartment building that had recently been the focus of a police investigation. It was blatantly broken into, with blood being on the wall, and no owner in sight. A more thorough search revealed that the resident was a man named Wallace, an EMT at a local hospital, and a vampire at that.
Following up on this lead the coterie to the hospital.
(Still in progress)

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Session 1
Welcome to the First Night of the Rest of Your (Un)Life!

The evening began with….
A great deal of Kindred were brought to the MotorCity Casino for a big display for the new arrival from the Camarilla. Vasili and William arrive of their own volition, Maxxie arriving with Anders.
Said arrival is that of Genevieve, an emissary from the Camarilla with the effective rank of Archon. She manages to impress the Council of Detroit. During the gathering, the sheriff of Detroit, Chadwick, is informed of some violent activity occurring in the suburbs. He gathers Vasili, William, Maxxie, Genevieve, and some other neonates to take care of it.
Once there, they discovered that it was two houses that were suspect. Chadwick took one, and the neonates and fledglings under the command of Genevieve took the other.
Inside the house were three (visible) vampires and a series of victims. Vasili and William took the front, quickly dispatching of two vampires with a combination of claws and dragon’s breath rounds.
The rest came around back to secure the humans and dispatch the remaining vampires. There was an additional vampire that was there, which was taken care of. The humans were then secured for mind-wiping.
Vasili managed to get one of the feral vampires in a hold and they were able to interrogate him using Maxxie’s Dominate.
During this, William searched the house, finding only a basement that was soaked in blood.
The feral vampire was questioned, leading to the following facts:
He and his friends were Embraced in Brujah territory.
They don’t know who Embraced them, only that he was tall, black, and had short hair.

They found themselves in this area, hungry.
After this interrogation, Chadwick came in, having cleared the other house of feral vampires, and put a bullet through the head of the interrogated one. He had the Genevieve, Vasili, William and Maxxie leave as a cleanup crew arrived to dispose of the evidence.

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