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Battle at Blenheim Palace
From Simon de Bret (Edward Robinson)
The idea was to deal with some of the rubbish messing up park-town.
Jarralin's initial scouting revealed Walks-On-Numbers talking to
several other spirals but before we had time to take any action they
set off in a Limo. It was obviously not an ordinary car as it ignored
our attempts to stop it and then drove straight \through/ a car that
Jarralin made swerve in front of it.
When we arrived the three Blenheim Garou were surrounded. Jarralin
drew one off and then blew it apart with Oliver's bullets. A slight
ripple in the earth preceded Walker's arrival as a fifteen foot
Chronos. He dismembered one of the Garou as he emerged in the middle
of the Cairn. One of the others then grew to twice his size and we
hoped that it would at least make a fight of it but Richard
dispatched it with Pitiful ease. Fortunately we hadmanaged to dispose
of all but one of the Spirals [it proved to be immune to
Oliover's bullets] before Walker turned to us. The surviving Spiral
leapt on the helpless Goode but Jarraline slapped some smetex on it's
back, getting the timing just right to avoid the explosion. She then
engaged it heroically in close combat: ultimately emerging victorious
at great personal cost.
Meanwhile the abomination caught the fleeing Saracen and Rollands in
the van and was about to slaughter them when I intervened. Jack had
reagined control by then and was even flying safely out of the
Abomination's range yet the abomination had plenty of time to attack
me before anyone bothered to help. Incredibly I was still alive when
Hyde finally saw fit to help: he managed to send it howling
towards the city! In apparently perfect health! Without any attempt
Meanwhile Patricia had dealt with the Nexus Crawler
and it was sent back rather confused to the sewers where it belongs.
Returning to Christ Church Oliver was able to help and get the
Abomination out of frenzy before it did any damage: this cost him
a frightful amount of power and I fear he may not be the same again.
Simon de Bret,