California Free State Newsletter - October 3rd, 2071

The California Free State Adventure March 1st, 2014

Game Summary

DATE/TIME IN THE WORLD: Oct 2nd - 3rd, 2071 Time AM PST)

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Surviving the Session 3
Great Role-playing 1
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Voice from behind the Game Screen


Welcome to New York - The Rotten Apple. I am glad you have left the California Free State area, life should get much more interesting.

I have started to work on managing the game a little better


Motivational Poster for your Safehouse

On the News

.: CNN :.

A man with suspected ties to the Yakuza was shot and killed by Airport Security while being questioned in Oakland, law enforcement officials said on Friday, after an anonymous tip was given about the bag he was carrying.

The man who was shot, Shohei Manabe, 27, was not suspected of having played any role in the Screaming Eagle (A subsidiary of Aztechnology) heist in April, they said, but he was in possession of an experimental prototype that was reported stolen during the heist.

Manabe, they say, had spent some time in the Boston area, where he was a cage fighter, and had an alibi for the heist. Investigators were also looking at whether Manabe might have had any role in a triple murder in 2069, in which three men were murdered in an apartment in Waltham, Mass.

Their throats had been cut, and their bodies were covered with novacoke. No suspects have been arrested in that case.

Officials say Airport Security were questioning Manabe on Friday. He was cooperative at first, they say, but while they searched his bag, he attacked and killed an agent, but was then shot and killed himself.

No further details have been released.


.: Infotainment! :.

The Emanu-El Homeless Shelter will be officially opening the doors to its new ¥30,000,000 Kraft Street Shelter on Saturday in a ribbon-cutting ceremony that also named the facility after it's strongest and most inspiring volunteer, Kishijoten. Fofana Mbemba, the Chairman of the shelter, in a very brief statement, said he saw the need for the building, but "God was the power" in getting the job done.

Majors Grady and Shelly Pearson will be greeting over one hundred city and business leaders, along with the general public, gathered for tours of the building, a "dream" that became reality because of strong community support.

"Finally, New York has a new shelter. It's a blessing to the community, and there is indeed a need for this," said Advisory Board Chairman Jill Crow when discussing the opening dedication ceremony. The theme for the day will be "Because of all of you, prays do get answered."


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New York City police say a former member of a band fatally shot three of his bandmates, wounded a fourth and went on a sniping rampage on top of a Queens row house before being mauled to death by a large animal.

Police say it's not clear why the man opened fire early Saturday on top of the six-story building.

Police say the shooter had been kicked out of the band, but they aren't sure if that motivated the shooting.

The victims were found on the second and third floors. The shooter was discovered on the roof dead, apparently the victim of attack by wild animals.

They discovered puncture wounds on the victim's body in many different locations," said Officer Chris Jones, of the NYPD. "All of these puncture wounds are consistent with a large dog bite, but we are not ruling out it could've been another type of animal."

One puncture in the neck severed arteries, police said, and seems to have been the cause of death.

More than one animal may have mauled the sniper, identified as Carter Patrick Ridge Delaney. How the animals entered the roof or exited the roof, are still a mystery. The death is being investigated as suspicious.

Another bandmate was wounded on the arm and has been hospitalized in stable condition.

Police say officers didn't fire their weapons, and reports of sniper fire on them are incorrect.

If the responsible dogs are found, animal control will ask that they be euthanized, as they would be considered vicious.