Saints in the Shadows
Cloak and Dagger Solutions
‘All your problems, solved.’
Cloak & Dagger Solutions is a Private Investigation firm, formerly operating out of a back room of the Boneyard Taven in the Roseland district. Recent success has relocated it into a respectable office building in Burbank. Founded in July 2089, by Reese Carmichael, a former local policeman, it has quickly earned a reputation of effective work, even if it seems somewhat amateur in appearance, and unconventional in approach. While officially classified as a private investigation firm, they have also been effectively employed as bounty hunters, detectives, security & recovery specialists, as well as many other ‘off the book’ operations of legal concern.
District: Burbank (Good)
Renown Points: 22
Agency Bennies: 1
Agency Employees: 2/2
- Cloak is a former policeman, turned private eye. A keen detective who knows his way around the streets.
- Dagger is the muscle of the pair – a battle-ready cyborg who can more than hold his own in a fight.
- Ajacutty is the name of a ‘pet’ dog that has taken to more or less living (or freeloading, as Cloak suspects) at the office.
- Blink (Errand Boy, Hacking d8)
- Someone? (Secretary; Investigation d6, Jack of All Trades)
Cloak and Dagger Solutions shares the bottom floor of NAME,A medium-sized office building in Burbank. It is evident that this agency is a motif of a pulp-era detective office. The lobby is decorated in a dark synth-wood, complete with a few benches for waiting. A painted sign “Claok & Dagger Solutions” (a gift from Bonz hangs on the wall as a memento. Off the lobby is an office/conference room, complete with a stocked liquor cabinet (mostly synth liquors, but some branded liquors for special occasions. In that back is an open kitchen/dining room, secure store room & workshop.
This less than spacious room fits the noir style of old. A beat-up desk sits facing the door covered in newspapers and case files (along with the occasional police-file), and the occasional bottle of cheap synth-whiskey. A pair of mismatched chairs face the desk for the clients convenince. A few book shelves and filing cabinets sit overloaded in apparent disorder, and a digital VR clipboard with images and feeds posted to it is off to the side. This is all for show, most of the work is stored on the computer.