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Sunday, June 25, 2017

Babes in London: Act Two, Scene Four (Leyila’s House, Part 2: Authorised Entry)

SCENE 4A: INVESTIGATING LEYILA’S HOME

AUTHORISED ENTRY

After consulting briefly with someone on his mobile phone, the young constable nods. Closing the handset and turning to you, he says: “If you go through to the living room, D.I. Mullins will introduce you to the girl’s parents before you start. First door on the left.” He unlocks the door and, once you are through, closes it carefully behind you.
You find yourselves in what is obviously an entry hall: Mirror, shoe rack, coat rack, and umbrella stand. A beautifully painted landscape hangs on one wall above a wooden sideboard, and there is a vase of carefully arranged flowers towering over the notepad and pen beside the phone. There are two doorways: the one on the left is open; the one on the right is closed. Both are made of a dark brown timber with inlaid patterns in the wood.

NOTE: For those that ask, the top page of the notepad is blank. (Using pencil rubbing will only reveal the telephone number for the police and the day’s date with DI Mullins written beside it. The flowers are the tall, reedy kind with yellow flowers—golden rod and cat-tail reeds, nothing fancy.

From beyond the open door to the left, you can hear muted voices. These stop as you reach the doorway. Go to First Floor: Lounge Room.

NOTE: This adventure is not sanctioned in any way, shape or form by Fantasy Flight. It is not an official product, and I am in no way affiliated with them or they with me. There is no relationship between us. This adventure is mine, for fun, and for you, because some of you asked me to finish it.

Also, if you like this adventure and want to play it, please go buy the official rulebooks from somewhere where the original creators and publisher of the setting will be paid. I got mine from a Melbourne game store, but I’ve found PDF versions of the Player's Handbook and the Gamemaster's Handbook are now available from DriveThruFiction. If you enjoy their world, this is the best way to thank them.



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