B&E, very different from B&B
The whole gang piles into a truck and heads off to do some breaking and entering at a very unfortunate grad student’s house. Using a variety of infiltration techniques, the group finds…that there is nothing to be found. The mysterious, shady individual seems to be completely innocuous in regards to blowing up the dam. The group takes his computer (and apparently his only research notes) just to be sure. Meanwhile, Eric has a talk with Louis about a troubled ghost wolf.
The following day, Luna does some googling and hacking on a certain computer with a certain set of notes.
The group is tasked with yet again getting the North Park Pack out of some hot water, needing to go talk to Mount Terror (who is being fantastically whiny about not being talked to by an outside pack). A short trip thru the Hisil and a brief conversation later, and the group manages to entirely offend the mountain, ensuring whatever task lay at hand to be much more difficult. Jason sends Terence off to investigate the real world area around Mount Terror for some manner of poaching, gem thieves, or other tomfoolery. He reports back the next day with some strange findings – creepy predator markings and odd animal behavior. The same day, Luna finds a missing person and cracks a computer.
The group heads out for some lively Friday fun with a social group dedicated to saving Leopard Frogs. The group seems mostly harmless, short of some odd conspiracies, but it is decided to track some members just to be sure. To prevent the pack from feeling bad for stealing a grad students research notes, his computer is returned to him (although his back door is left a bit awry).
The weekend is fairly quiet – some contacts happen and some conversations happen but things get all crazy when Eric and Sorrel decide to trot into Indigo’s pack territory totally unannounced. Indigo is angry, Rick is disappointed-angry, and after the dust settles, surprisingly nobody is dead but Eric and Sorrel are totally banned from the North Park Pack territory.
Monday goes as poorly as any Monday goes, with Eric and Sorrel getting their pee-pees spanked by Rick. Evy manages to play an awesome defense lawyer/teacher, following it up by smoothing some things over with Indigo afterwards. Jason puts up some game cameras to figure out what’s happening around Mount Terror.
Tuesday gets really crazy, with hikers getting caught in strange bear traps and trap spirits running amok around the Wolf Den. A short jaunt thru the Hisil takes care of them, but on the way Jason is lured away by what appears to be Bigfoot. The pack is then instructed by Rick that this is a BFD and that Jason needs rescued. The pack encounters more trap spirits, but some applied tooth and claw manages to fix that problem. It is discovered that Bigfoot is apparently the spirit of Tourism, the head spirit in the area.
Over beers later that night, the pack talks about the problems that have been going on lately, and what possible steps may be needed to ensure the sanctity and safety of the park as a whole. With Indigo’s pack having so many problems, maybe some drastic steps need to be taken. After all, every wolf knows what happens when another wolf can’t take care of their territory…