Thursday, July 1, 2010

[Aftermath!] The D.C. Campaign: The Skinheads

Skinheads ("Them")

Location: Alexandria, Virginia. Bounded by W and E Braddock Road in the north and Interstate 95 in the south, between N Quaker Lane (State Route 402) to S Patrick Street (US Highway 1). Includes Ivy Hill Cemetery, Alexandria National Cemetery and the George Washington Masonic National Memorial.

Population: 550 (plus approximately 1000 slaves)
Military Strength: 255
Military Resources: 26 commercial armored vans, in various states of repair, and a bunch of civilian trucks. They are armed with pistols, deer rifles and knives, plenty of knives.

Treaties: None.

Enemies: Nearly everyone.

Resources: Mostly small industry, including chemical explosives and a crude hand grenade. Expert salvage teams made up of slaves directed by guards, ranging all around the District.

Trade: They trade rarely, usually taking what they can using force. Sometimes they trade slaves. If they do trade, meeting them may (50% chance) lead to a shoot-out, a snatch-and-grab (25%), a con (15%) or an honest trade (10%).

General Reaction: -25 (did you expect anything different?)

Background: A combination of hard-core criminals, biker gangs, Weiss und stolz groups and neo-Nazis. They are currently held in check by the Pentagon survivors to the north and the Mennonites west of them. Both groups are in a perpetual state of brush-wars with this community. They don't take kindly to strangers and only value strength - best to deal with them rarely or with might on your side and watch your back.

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