Seindorf's a famous name in San Paro. You can pretty much see the Seindorf Building, in the downtown Financial District, from anywhere in the city. There's another reason why people know the Seindorf name, though, and it's not anything to do with tall buildings or all those bronze plaques on all those public landmarks that various generations of Seindorfs have bequeathed to the city. It's all to do with Clarissa Seindorf, who is - regrettably, from the Seindorf family's point of view - one of San Paro's most famous faces.
At present, the family are writing off Clarissa's unfortunate involvement with one of San Paro's criminal gangs as ''just one of those phases'' she goes through from time to time.
Clarissa's been through a lot of phases for someone still in her early 20s. Expelled from several expensive Virginia Gardens private schools for conduct unbecoming a young lady, she's since gone on to try her hand at 'acting' (casting couch audition tapes available for download all over SPiN), singing (not even the production skills of Suji, backed up by the best recording facilities money could buy, could coax anything listenable out of her weak vocals) and general celeb-around-town. (On that last score, fashion designer Gustav Schaow put her top of his annual San Paro's Worst Dressed list, a decision swiftly rescinded after Charlotte & Lilith Bloodrose kidnapped all three of his beloved English toy spaniel dogs and started mailing pieces of one of them back to him.)
It seemed certain she would next turn to crime, especially after Effigy magazine declared crime to be the new rock'n'roll, with a cover that month featuring a model blatantly imitating the look of Charlotte Bloodrose. Clarissa had already been part of the Blood Roses' travelling court for a while, but it wasn't until she persuaded them to take her out on a heist job with them that she realised just how high a buzz you could get from breaking the law at a level a lot higher than her previous drunk driving and minor drug busts.
As with her other phases, she threw herself wholeheartedly into this one, and her family are no doubt delighted with how fast she can strip and reload an MPG, or remotely disable a silent alarm. She's dropped out of sight on the Havalynd club scene, but only because she's hanging out at the Waterfront underground club scene. Officially, her family are putting out the word that she's travelling the world doing voluntary work for various charities, and they're expending a great deal of money and calling in a lot of favours to keep her involvement with the Blood Roses a secret from the press.
Which suits Jeung Bloodrose just fine. The Seindorf's sponsoring a news blackout on reports of Blood Roses just gives them all the more room to operate in, and helps keep the authorities off their back. To be honest, Clarissa kind of grates on his nerves, but she does have her uses to the organisation.
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Subject Bit of advice for ya
Don't you just hate the Furies? Especially that psycho bitch Lillith. She thinks she's hot shit, just because she's supposed to have chopped up her parents when she was a kid. Big deal.
(Although I wish someone would chop up my parents then I wouldnt have to keep on pretending to be back in rehab. lol!)
The way youre heading, youre going to be meeting a lot more of the Roses soon. Just promise me you wont talk to Lilith, okay?
(PS. Charlottes only friends with her because she thinks its cool to have a psycho party pal. I know Seung told me.)
Golden handshake! lol
Can I ask you a favor? Have you got clean urine? lol! Weird question, huh?
Only Ive kinda got this mandatory test thing tomorrow and Ive been kinda out partying hard with Charlotte and the Roses, so I totally need it otherwise its back to the no-fun rehab clinic for poor little me.
Court orders blow just so much, dont they?
Anyway, let me know if you can help. I will so totally owe you for this!
Just found out I got to be Clarissa for a day and pretend to be a good little girl. Sucks, huh?
I have to dress up nice and smile for the cameras at some dumb charity thing or some dumb prize giving thing or the opening of some dumb new building, or any one of the other zillion dumb fucking things my family give out money for.
Sometimes being part of the richest family in San Paro just blows, you know?
Anyway, be back soon as bad old Britney!
Hey aura buddy
I was telling my psychic therapist about some of the cool stuff youve been doing, and he says you and me are such a powerful force because of our mutually compatible auras.
Hes always so right about things. He told me not to worry last time I was in court, and then all the charges got dropped after Charlotte killed one of the witnesses. Freaky, or what!
Got a feeling hes right about this too. Im so buying him that new Bishada he says he needs to make better contact with the dream world.
Smashed up another new car. Oops! Told my folks I was wasted, so theyll get the family lawyers to cover it up with the traffic cops. Just hope no-one notices all the bullet holes in it!?
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Subject Media: Effigy
"Think style, think San Paro. Think wild side, think San Paro. Think San Paro, think Effigy." So ran the copy on the magazine's latest circulation-boosting ad campaign, and few people would disagree. For many outsiders, Effigy magazine - its glamour, its chic amorality, its obsession with celebrity status no matter how it's achieved, its ruthless drive to find the new zeitgeist and its seemingly effortless ability to stay on top of it ahead of all the competition - is San Paro. The competition tell each other its had its day.....and then go on slavishly imitating it, Celebrities claim to despise it.....and then scream down cellphones at PRs who have to tell them they've bumped off this month's cover spot by a younger and hotter new star. Cultural commentators condemn its shallowness and the celebrity-at-any-cost message it sends out to a status-obsessed population....and then send their PAs out to the newsstand to buy the latest issue.
Editors come and go, burned out by the magazine's relentless pursuit of the latest cutting edge cool, but publisher and editor-in-chief Darius Frank goes on forever, deciding what's in and what's out from his private office atop one of the Needles buildings, a spectacular open-plan minimalist space occupied by little more than a chair, a desk, a telephone and a computer terminal. Frank calls the shots, San Paro responds and the rest of the world rushes to try and catch up. He puts Jeung and Charlotte Bloodrose on the cover and declares that Crime is the New Sex. Two months later, LaRoche is Effigy cover boy, all muscle tone, cool-looking Special Forces tattoos and eyes full of cold and deadly intent. Praetorian recruitment figures spike off the chart, everyone debates the cover-line claim that Enforcement is Everything, and Darius Frank is already moving on to the next cover star, the next trend to unearth and make his own.
Effigy spawns imitations and bargain basement cheaper versions of itself in the same way as any top-range fashion brand. They come and go on the newsstands, shrivelling up and dying under the glare of Effigy's market domination. A few survive. Most notable of these is underground scene-zine, F'n'G, which takes Effigy's fixation with celebrity and street gang cool and strips them down to their basic components. F'n'G - Fashion'n'Guns.
Biography: Nekrova International
Nekrova International is a Russian firearms manufacturer that began life as a state-run assembly plant for motorcycles. Named after Denva Nekrovazhinsky - a Communist revolutionary hero - the Nekrovazhinsky Motorcycle Works was built over the period 1933-1939 at an industrial location just outside of Kharkiv. Following the German invasion of 1941, Stalin ordered hundreds of factories moved east out of Ukraine and western Russia and Nekrova's main factory was moved by rail to Jekaterinburg and merged with the Serega Aero Factory No. 168 to create the Stalin Ural Aero Factory No. 168. The factory went on to provide vital materials for the Russian war effort, in particular aeronautical engines and airframes, though materials shortages during the latter stages of the war meant many production lines were recalibrated for firearm production, particularly in the run up to the Siege of Stalingrad. After the war, aeronautical production was scaled back and the company moved into manufacturing ICBM rocket components, while more fully devoting itself to the manufacture of small and heavy arms.
Name Stages Final Stage GANGLAND ANNEXATION 4 TerritoryControl STANDING OUT FROM THE CROWD 4 Bombing THE ARTISTRY OF THE SPRAYCAN 3 Graffiti NO SERVICE? NO STORE! 4 Graffiti SPARE WHEELS 4 MovingTarget CASH FOR CLUNKERS 4 TerritoryControl R. O. A. R. 3 Graffiti CONFLAGRATE TO ACCUMULATE 4 TerritoryControl THE BIG CONTE 5 TerritoryControl DOUGH FOR THE DOORMAN 5 MovingTarget IT'S A STEAL! 5 Deathmatch BLIND JUSTICE 4 Graffiti DELIVER THE LIVER 5 MovingTarget THE PRICE OF FAME 5 MovingTarget POWDER TRAIL 3 Deathmatch KLEPTOMANIA 5 TerritoryControl A BLOOD ROSE WITH A BADGE 5 TerritoryControl DO THE GAS CASH MASH 4 MovingTarget SPRAY TO PLAY 3 TerritoryControl
Level Name 10 Lead Poisoning (5 Joker Tickets)
Some Enforcer posers were rolling around Prentiss like they owned the place. Could you be a lamb and send a message? <col: Yellow>Kill 5 Enforcers</col> just to send a message.
Kill <col: Yellow>5</col> enemies.