The Merge: Agents and Powers Chapter 2: Agents Abroad

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Amy

The girl finished up with her sweeping and stowed the broom and dustpan in the utility closet, before heading to her room, which housed a bed, side-table, dresser and a desk with a chair. It wasn't much, but she lived light, so it was enough. "Mmm. Vampires would definitely benefit, so would the various supremacist groups out there." she noted. "Hell, even some governments would love to disrupt this, just to destabilize Germany and give the government a black eye." she said as she sat down on the chair.

"So what sort of living arrangements do we have at this place and what should we pack?"
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" The usual suspects. Natives First, these bozos still haven't come to terms with the Merge. Neo-Nazis and left-wing radicals because it would deprive them of hired muscle. Vampires, of course. And those are just the ones we know about. You will be staying in a hotel in Neustadt. However, I do recommend you pack hiking and camping equipment because the meeting place will be a bit out of the way."
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Amy

The girl nodded as she began jotting down her list on a note book she had pulled from her desk. "Torque, you think you can maybe finagle a basic camper form? Nothing too fancy or anything that'll draw attention to us. Barring that, an all-terrain vehicle would be next best. Either way, the beat-up or well-used look is the way to go. At least, we can pass ourselves off as tourists on vacation or on a day trip to the casual observer with either." she advised, knowing the group could never pass themselves off as local, no matter how they tried.
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"What is hiking and camping equipment?" asks Lilly.
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Amy

"Tents, sleeping bags, backpacks, walking sticks, sturdy clothing, hiking boots, rope, water proof coats, water purifying equipment, cooking equipment, food supplies, animal proof containers, hygiene supplies, bug-spray, water, toilet paper, amulets of protection against evil, good knives, maybe ward-stones, that might be pushing it, appropriate sacrifices for the local kami so they don't get pissed at us..." Amy listed as she jotted down the supplies they'd need.

"How long are we supposed to be staying at this meeting thing and what are the temperatures/weather we're looking at this time of year around there both day and night?" she asked. "Also, what kind of wild-life, supernatural or otherwise is common in the Black Forest area or the areas where we are supposed to go?" she asked. Her information on that particular area was sketchy, except for knowing that the deeper parts of the Forest were dangerous places and she was certain she wouldn't want to go exploring alone in them.

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Viv DeLaCourte (Harbinger)

Viv continued to listen, and to make a few notes, as the others asked their questions (and as the questions were answered). There would be time for her to do most of her own preliminary research on the way to their destination. The idea of some sort of camper seemed like a good one- she was an experienced traveler in her own right, but her tastes tended far more towards glamping than really "Roughing It"...
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Amy

The girl chewed on her pen a bit before venturing. "Even if you can't do a camper form, we could probably attach a small camper to whatever form you do manage Torque, if that's alright?" She asked. "That might be better for us all actually." she said as she added propane to the list. Campers needed that sort of thing....
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" The forecast for the next couple of days predicts fair weather, maybe one or two light showers", Hagen responds, " the meeting itself is supposed to last for three days with the first day being mostly a meet and greet - and sniff, we ARE talking about werewolves here.
The Black Forest post-Merge, has developed a population of about 300 or so wolves. Also, there is one pack of Dire Wolves we know of. They should not cause any trouble, though. Wolves traditionally submit to werewolves or keep out of their way. Besides that, several rare species of birds, deer and a sizable boar population live there. There have been reports about a Dire Boar, but these have not yet been substantiated. Should you encounter a boar the size of a Volkswagen - just assume it has the right of way. They can be vicious. In general, all animals in the region seem to have become smarter since the Merge."
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Amy

"So no problems there. Not with two animal speakers in the group. What about the truly supernatural? Spirits, magical creatures (you did mention dragon-kin) fae, pokemon and the like?" she considered and added heavy, meat-friendly food options to their supplies for any wolves who might want to share their campfire. The Ministry wanted to leave a good impression after all. A shared meal was a classic way to do it.
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