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The Run Down Under/Gettin' Giggy with Shadowrun - Thursday, May 12th, 2005

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May 12th, 2005, 6:15pm - 11:15pm

Keith's Apartment
217 W. Koch St.
Bozeman, MT 59715

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The building is on the corner of Koch and Third. The apartment is at the top of the stairs.

As Giggy moved along the right side of the right hand truck and Michelle moved along the left side of the left hand truck, Buckwheat ducked under the trailer of the left hand truck and moved toward the space between the trucks.

Out of the darkness, a shot was fired at Giggy, who promptly returned the favor, using a heavy pistol with gel rounds - at this point, he didn't want to kill anyone unless absolutely necessary.

Buckwheat pulled his holdout pistol out of his coat pocket and took a shot at the booted foot he could see at the end of the trailer. Though this did no damage (it was a holdout pistol after all), it did cause the guy to drop his pry bar and to be distracted as Michelle, who was reaching the back of the truck just then, rounded the corner and took a shot. having been shot twice, the man, who was off guard and off balance, tried to shoot Michelle. Fortunately for Michelle, he missed.

Meanwhile, the woman who was coming up between the two trucks heard Buckwheat's shot come from under the trailer, and could see his legs from where she stood. She took a shot, hitting Buckwheat in the thigh. Fortunately, Buckwheat was able to catch himself on the chains hanging form the bottom of the trailer and didn't fall, becoming more exposed to her fire.

Quickly, Giggy took another shot at the man on the dock that he could see, taking him down. Once he was down, Giggy quickly came up to the dock that the trucks were backed up to. Unfortunately, as soon as he cleared the back of the truck, another guy took a shot at him. Giggy rolled out of the line of fire.

Michelle took another shot at the guy behind the left trailer, taking him out as Buckwheat turned and cast a mana dart on the woman between the trailers who had shot him.

Now that Giggy knew that there was a second guy behind the trailer, and having been hit, he switched guns. If they were going to play with real bullets, so was he. He slipped against the trailer and fired a quick burst at the guy still standing behind the trailer. Despite the speed of his actions, this shot was well enough placed to take the guy down.

Once her first target was down, Michelle ducked behind the trailer and seeing the Giggy had already taken out two behind the other trailer, she ducked in between the two trucks. The woman between the two trucks had vanished, but Michelle took aim to where she had to be just as Buckwheat shot again, and she fell, dropping her invisibility spell.

Giggy quickly took the one unconscious man, the first one he had shot, and dragged him around the warehouse, toward the nearby truck stop. Meanwhile, Buckwheat and Michelle pulled the other three bodies over to the far end of the parking lot.

"This may knock me out," Buckwheat said, and cast a hellblast on the three bodies. As the flames engulfed the three bodies, Michelle, Giggy and Buckwheat headed back to clean themselves up, then return to the coffee shop and continue watching the trucks.

As the flames on the bodies were dying down, leaving very little besides ashes, LoneStar began to arrive. After spending several minutes looking through the ashes, they began looking around the rest of the parking lot and at the trucks. One detective came over to the coffee shop and spoke to the kid behind the counter briefly, then looked around the room and left.

About half an hour later, while the cops were still looking around the parking lot, Paul came around the end of the warehouse alone and started walking across the parking lot. Giggy stepped out of the coffee shop, and unnoticed by the cops signaled Paul over.

"This isn't any good," Paul said as he walked into the coffee shop.

"Someone came up. It's all been taken care of. The cops are just investigating," Giggy replied.

Paul ordered a coffee. "Yeah, but I have a cargo to load, and that will go much smoother if there aren't half a dozen cops crawling all over everything.

"There's a reason we were waiting until after one in the morning to load," Paul continued after a pause.

"I'm not sure if we can provide a distraction for all the cops here," Giggy said.

"No, that wouldn't work," Paul replied. "It will take about an hour to load both trucks. I'll just have to go out there and see what the status is, and then, unless something goes really wrong, or unless you really fragged the whole situation, we'll have to wait until tomorrow night and then load up and leave.

"There's a cheap hotel about a block up, why don't you go get yourselves a room. Nothing preventable is going to happen with all these cops hanging around, and they'll probably be here for several hours yet." With that, Paul turned and walked out of the coffee shop with his coffee and went right over to the officer in charge.

After a few minutes, Giggy, Michelle, and Buckwheat came out and walked down to the hotel and got a room.

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