Werewolf: The Apocalypse

Episode 2

A New Ally?

A Cry in the Night

Taking one of the fake police cruisers the pack attempted to cross the river into downtown Calgary to meet an informant of Barry’s. With the windows down they were able to hear a Garou’s howl for help coming from the Bow River. Jaxxon decided he could navigate the car down the bike path and promptly got stuck.

Travelling on foot to the river’s edge, the pack met with several bane including an unidentified four-armed, cleaver-wielding fellow. These bane were attacking a Werewolf named Naoki who was in bad shape. When surrounded the four-armed attacker cut Naoki’s throat and escaped by letting the river current take him.

The Best Laid Plans…

At the top of the bike path the abandoned car had attracted two police officers. The pack escaped by shifting into Crinos form and inciting Delirium in the officers. One attempted to follow but Barry managed to shoot out one of his tires.

When the pack finally managed to meet up with Barry’s informant Jimmy, Jimmy refused to lend the pack his car to travel to Edmonton. Enraged Jaxxon threatened Jimmy severely but to no avail. Knowing that Jimmy was a Rapture user – a Wyrm and magic based drug – Barry offered to locate a large quantity in exchange for the car.

Rapture

Searching the streets quickly led the pack to a dealer of Rapture. To prove that they were not police officers Grimhide and Barry took a large dose of the drugs, unaware that the magical and addictive properties of Rapture make a user dependent almost immediately. high and roaming the night they are found by the other pack members and are barely able to explain the situation.

The pack advanced on the drug house, intending to steal a stash but were caught in a trap. They then abandoned this plan as a complete failure. Now with two members addicted to a very dangerous drug, the pack seeks to simply purchase a vehicle using Jaxxon’s savings.

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