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Into the spotlight
So begins our new career as heroes. The press conference was more than a little scary, but I think we held it together all right. I know that the reporter who threw the question to me about --what was she asked?-- what message I would have for young people from my culture? -- I know she wasn't happy with my answer but I can't speak for everybody brown skin or Indian culture or heritage. I think I did pretty well. I just really hope the city will give us half a chance to try and be heroes they need. I know we're going to have to be as transparent as we can, and as careful as we can. I know that everything we do is going to be judged and a very high standard and every mistake will be a very big deal indeed. We have to do better than our best. I just hope someday it's enough. If we fail to make a good impression, I suppose there's always retirement. A Quiet life somewhere. How boring.
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Dear diary,
This is a first but i thinks i need to start one of these, cause hero stuff and reflection and what not. We had a press confrence today and i was totally fine just standin in the back like i always do, but the reporters angled questions toward me. They asked if my past conections to the gangs round here will complicate mw.bein a hero. My answer my be troublesome ro the team, i kinda called out all the bosses i ever worked for, tellin them i will use what i know to take em down. Might be trouble down the line but trouble is fun most of the time so hey whatev. All in all i think i did a good job representin the team in my answer. Also i am ready ro wear the crown i think, the one i got from whats his face at other world dark burger. Cant wait to see them gain tell em how cool we are now.
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Meet the Press
It was suggested that we hold a sort of press conference, to give ourselves a chance to get a mostly positive message out. Ophelia seemed pleased when I suggested that we start with a prepared statement, which would become our official press release. We worked on it as a group, and I think the message was on target.

After the statement, we were asked some questions. I can't speak for the others (their answers seemed pretty good - although we might have to talk to Golden Gloves about the War on Crime he's declared) but I tried to be as sincere as possible, and I hope that came across.

It was sort of intoxicating, too, to be on stage again, even if it was just in front of a gaggle of reporters. Being the center of attention like that - it's been a while, and I forgot how much I love it.

I just hope the protesters and the people who agree with them can eventually be swayed - and that they saw sincerity and contrition, and not just ego in our statement.

And then, I suppose as proof of our intentions, we went to the latest Green Scream crime scene, even going through proper channels and everything. Hopefully we can win over Lt. Victoria Bellingham at least a little. She seems like a woman who I'd rather have on my side than not. It felt like she was willing to give us an honest chance though, and was honest enough with us.

I was able to find that the security system at the auction house had experienced some sort of glitch - it was almost as if the computer had received two sets of data and picked the wrong one. When I floated that past DD she felt like almost the same thing had happened to the people there, and when she (after asking permission, I'm so proud!) poked into the memories of one of the guards, it sort of confirmed that. He had been looking at the object, and it was gone before he could even register that it was gone.

When I mentioned the glitch to the Lieutenant (with the intent of asking to see one or two of the previous crime scenes), she not only knew where I was going, she actually finished my sentence. And with a hard look, informed me that that wasn't information which had been given to the press. (It may have come off a little cheeky, but the only response I could think of was to say "well yeah, I don't see why you would have..").

So none of the work I did seemed to bring anything new to the table (although I may have given Bellingham some more insight into my (and DD's) abilities). The rest of the group, however, found a quarter-sized cluster of dust under one of the auction tables, at odds with the rest of the immaculately clean room. The police took it for examination, and it turned out to be some burned-out nanobots. Zephyr requested to look at a few of them, although the lab in our building hasn't been set up yet, so I'm not sure where she's going to do her analysis.

Kay took the time to try to find the items with her magic, but her efforts were blocked. She could tell that they were still relatively close (and still on this plane), but couldn't narrow down the specific location very much.

So our first official investigation as The Stormchasers is going at least relatively well, so far. I mean, we haven't caught the thief yet, but we've found a new clue. And we haven't gotten into a battle with the police or the SOC, which is definitely a win. Hopefully Zephyr can come back with something to point us in the right direction.

It would be great if we could solve this thing, obviously, and I worry a little that if we can't it will take a great deal of the air out of our sails. I think this team needs to start with a win - a big one.
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Mummy's Mask
The Hall of Illumination
The party entered the Sanctum of the Erudite Eye through the Hall of Illumination. A group of undead Jackals attacked while an Ahkhat watched passively from a wall. The Ahkhat continued to observe the party while they were attacked by zombies and by an Aghash Div which used a sandstorm and dimension door to avoid the party. The party was able to maneuver fast enough to keep the Aghash Div from successfully cursing anyone and it fled severely wounded. It was discovered that another group of four people have been ahead of the party with signs of bleeding. The other party some how avoided the Graven Guardian of Nethys. The party knew that the Graven Guardian of Nethys would never attack a priest of Nethys. In a reliquary a serpentine construct snake like creature, a Necrophidius attacked the party, only attacking anyone inside the reliquary.
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