DayTrippers Session 5-2 (The Rat Pack)

by | Feb 12, 2018 | LoTT Actual Play

Jack Nash – John
Charles (Chip) Parsons – Jesse
Reggie Carlisle – John (Beta)
GM- Tod Foley

Nash slides down from the tunnel shooting, trying to make his way towards the pit. Chip grabs Reggie’s rifle and begins firing at the rats. Meanwhile Joan throws the rope down to Reggie, who apparently has other ideas related to his escape. Reggie, in his somewhat isolation in the pit, spies a puddle of Joan’s urine. Most people wouldn’t pay any mind to a puddle of pee but to Reggie, he sensed an opportunity.

Concentrating deeply, his attention focusing on the urine, the pit in front of the tunnel rumbles closed trapping and killing many of the rats. Just then Reggie bursts from the holding pit riding a surfboard on a wave of Joan’s pee. He grabs Joan and the wave crashes below the tunnel, that much closer to freedom. Chip, with a crazy idea of his own, attempted to construct a makeshift bomb from a flashlight. As the wave dissipates he tosses the flashlight and again lays down suppressing fire.

Between Chip, Reggie and Nash they are able to defeat the remaining guards standing in their way and make a break down the tunnel towards the outside. Unfortunately when they get out of the tunnel there are 4 more rat guards waiting for them. After a fierce but short battle they are again victorious and begin the long journey back to the Marduk.

The hike back is uneventful and Reggie is easily able to make the jump back to Diaspora Ranch. Joan thanks her rescuers and tells them that she can’t wait to go back. The guys are perplexed and plead with her not to go or to at least go with an escort.

Bento is waiting and is somewhat surprised that the team was successful. He tells Reggie that he will be getting a glowing report and says that he want to make a business deal. Nash tells Bento that he’s going to need a favor so Bento gives Nash his card and then leaves with Joan to return her to her father. Use Code Legends10 to get 10% off your order!

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