Maybe he could get some sort of shotgun with a detachable stock and barrel, which would give him a better excuse than "I found it this way."
Okay, I think I'm going to put 4 GP into an armored tux with taser cufflinks, starlight sunglasses, and a tracking business card. The other two I cede to ADS for bad-ass vehicle purposes(which, since he's tricking it out, actually acts as 4).
Also a good idea for someone intending to break in and rummage thru Stewart's stuff might be memory paper.
(Edited by Threadbare at 12:27 am on Nov. 12, 2002)
Requesting equipment from the mobile Q-branch (I assume it was requesting and not the package I ordered...heh...although a hotel mini-bar with a 9mm would be something to see...) as previously stated on the character sheet I nolonger have access to, until my laptop gets back from the shop.
Additionally, going to request a red filter for the flashlight...they run about $5 at astronomy stores, which I'm fine with paying out of mission expenses....presuming I get any?
The story in "A Kite" basically centered about two teenage assassins who were actually hired by the cop who was chasing them. As they fall in love, the boy is killed by an even younger assasin working for the same cop. What's important here is the suitcase the kids have. The girl applies pressure to a part of the handle, and a gun is propelled out of the side of it - the assasin catches it, and quickly dispatches her victim with it.
Or for a better analogy, think of the gun rigs of Rally Vincent from Gunsmith Cats, only worked into a handbag. Press the handle with the left hand, free the gun with the right one and start blasting.
I was Procuring them with the idea that the two Soldiers would have the rifles, and the shotguns would go to everyone else. Dave suggested that maybe Jess hanging back and providing rifle fire might work too, but we don't even know where we're going yet, just that we had some downtime and I didn't want to face a riot squad again while armed with only pistols.