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Sabbat


Sabbat is one of the most recognisable faces in San Paro. She's been on the cover of Effigy five times in the last two years. Hundreds of thousands of San Parites see her striking features gazing at them every day from dozens of billboards around the city. As one of San Paro's top models, she's in high demand. Photo-shoots and catwalk work take her all around the world. In her home city, she's a regular fixture on the high-end party circuit, attending all the must-go premiers, opening nights and charity events. Monday she's at the launch party for Kiki Monroe's new chatshow. Tuesday, it's a celebrity guest DJ spot at Kriminal Enterprise on Satori Strip. Wednesday, she's attending the surprise birthday party for San Paro Old Money billionaire Marvin Seindorf at the KunstMuseum. Thursday she's out partying with hip movie director Crispin Q who's in town scouting locations for his next project. Friday, it's a gala fundraiser for Hea Choi's handguns-for-women charity. Saturday and Sunday, she puts on her Kevlar vest, straps on a pair of Colby pistols, checks her spare clips of ammo one more time, and goes out on patrol with her Praetorian unit.

She doesn't like to make a big thing about it, or attract too much attention to herself. Everyone knows her as Sabbat, but she enlisted under her real name, and, anyway, she's practically unrecognisable without the professional makeup and styling and wearing body armour and combat fatigues instead of a $20,000 Hector Marx dress.

Her business manager and agent hate the whole idea. Not only might their most lucrative client deal get killed out there, but this whole law enforcement thing doesn't score well with the 16-24 age group Urban Edge demographic that makes up a large chunk of her fanbase and her employers' target consumer group. So far, the efforts of two top-flight PR agencies and a lot of expensive favours called in have managed to keep the media away from the news that San Paro's most famous fashion model spends her nights off hunting gang kids down on the Waterfront.

Justin Teng saw PR opportunities stacked up high when he heard the news about his organisation's latest recruit. So far, though, Sabbat just wants to be treated like any other grunt-level Praetorian, and shows little willingness to become chief poster girl for the Praetorians. Her people are talking numbers with Teng's people, but nothing's been agreed, and, in the meantime, she just keeps on strapping on those pistols and going out on patrol with her squad buddies.

She likes it that way. She's not doing any of this for PR opportunities or out of some bullshit sense of giving something back to the community. Her motives are strictly personal.

She's got an apartment in the Needles, with views right across the city, but her hunting ground is the Waterfront. It was there that the animals she hunts dumped what was left of her kid sister.

'Dumpster dating', the crime blogs quickly christened it. Snatching girls off the streets, partying with them for a couple of days and then abandoning the leftovers in some back-alley dumpster. It happened to Sabbat's younger sister. They took her when she was on her way home from her private college in Virginia Gardens. They left her three days later, in a dingy alley in Yard Stretch. She was alive, but she would never be the same again.

Sabbat paid for her sister's college education and paid the rent on her apartment. Now she pays the care costs for the upstate private psychiatric clinic where her sister's a long-term patient.

Dumpster dating was last year's crime fad, but it still goes on. Sabbat thinks the animals who took her sister are still out there and still doing it. She joined the Praetorians and volunteered for Waterfront duty because the area seems to be their chosen dumping ground, and she thinks it's her best chance of finally meeting up with them.

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    Thanks  and remember, keep it to yourself.

    Hi there

    Nice meeting you recently, and thanks for not making a big deal about... well, who I am. I appreciate it. We all have our reasons for doing what were doing with the Praetorians, and mine are as important to me as Im sure yours are to you.

    I guess youre not some creepy stalker or an undercover reporter from Effigy looking for a story, so Im hoping us working together will produce some real results.

    S

    A huge thanks!

    Hi

    Those crims you took down the other day? Im glad you left at least one of them alive, because it turned out he had info on something Ive been wanting to hear about for a while.??Cant say much  we all have our reasons why fighting these animals is important to us, right?  but this could be the break Ive been looking for.

    So, thanks. Youve no idea what this might mean to me, and to someone else really important to me. Hopefully Ill be able to explain it to you one day.

    Take care,

    Sabbat

    Courtesy of the media office.

    Hi there

    Nice meeting you recently, and thanks for not making a big deal about... well, who I am. I appreciate it. We all have our reasons for doing what were doing with the Praetorians, and mine are as important to me as Im sure yours are to you.

    I guess youre not some creepy stalker or an undercover reporter from Effigy looking for a story, so Im hoping us working together will produce some real results.

    S

    PS. Sending you something, as a way of saying thanks for keeping quiet about me. When I said I appreciated it, I meant it.

    Got them!

    Hi

    Those crims you took down the other day? Im glad you left at least one of them alive, because it turned out he had info on something Ive been wanting to hear about for a while.

    Cant say much  we all have our reasons why fighting these animals is important to us, right?  but this could be the break Ive been looking for.

    So, thanks. Youve no idea what this might mean to me, and to someone else really important to me. Hopefully Ill be able to explain it to you one day.

    Take care,

    Sabbat

    Thanks, partner.

    Hey there.

    I wish people would leave me alone. Theres so many great people in the Praetorians, but none of them are those jerks in the media office.

    They keep trying to give me stuff  probably hoping Ill use it and they can get some sponsorship money out of it, because of who I am  but thats not why Im here.

    I dont need any of it, but I guess others might, so see what you can do with this. Going by what Ive seen so far, youll know how to put it to great use!

    Enjoy!

    S

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    Biography: Advertising

    San Paro likes violence. It also likes sex, glamour and celebrity. Put all those things together, and you've got the still-exploding growth market of the San Paro advertising industry, where virtually anything goes. Models in ads for products as diverse as soft drinks, designer clothes, cellphones and sports cars, pose as heisters, as street gang members, as getaway drivers, as hitmen, as urban guerrillas. Criminal - or 'Urban Edge', as they prefer to euphemistically call it in the cocktail bars and private networking clubs where San Paro's ad, PR and fashion industry style-makers gather - was definitely in.

    Now, the passing of the CSA and the appearance of the Enforcers on the city streets has only upped the ante, opening up a whole new demographic to be exploited; one that had previously been resistant to the use of the Urban Edge look in advertising. Vigilante Vibe/Enforcement Cool (the style-makers are still split on what to call the new phenomenon) is also in, sending san Paro's image consultants and advertising agencies into a frenzy of activity as they try to capture the new mood of the times. There was a lot of doubt and initial resistance to the idea that the Enforcement ethos would capture the imaginations (and, more importantly, the spending power) of those vital areas of the youth demographic, but the first glimpse of that now iconic Effigy cover featuring LaRocha, or of Mirri Kent's Prentiss Tigers presentation, and the opinion makers were scrambling to reverse their previous scepticism.

    Enforcement Cool was now here to stay on the San Paro cultural landscape.

    Since then, there's been a realignment of the city's advertising ethos, as agencies and clients - all keen to jump on one of the two style bandwagons - have had to choose which side of the Crime/Enforcement divide they want to stand on. Many choose to stay neutral (after all, everyone, Criminal and Enforcer alike, drinks soda and eats Tastyburgers) but there's money and street cred to be made in aligning your products with one faction or the other, although there's obviously problems with doing this too explicitly, in the case of the Criminal Faction. Some of the larger agencies, with access to the best legal representation, have already taken the plunge. They use middle men, and smaller sub-agencies to give them plausible deniability, but the end results are the same. They're paying wanted criminals to advertise their clients' products. Yo-Dawg was the face of Tyler Beer in their controversial 'Fully Loaded' campaign. The G-Kings' Zombie advertises XS Chill and Zoosh. The latest Bishada ad campaign featured the new-model Bishada decked out in Blood Roses colours and with Jeung & Charlotte Bloodrose posing alongside it. The Mayor's Office accused those responsible for all this of glamorizing crime and wanted felons. The agencies claimed it was a freedom of speech and artistic expression matter, and profits were more than high enough to allow them to throw enough money at the lawyers to keep the issue tied up in litigation for a long time yet.

    Meanwhile, some of the smaller agencies, unable to afford that level of legal firepower, and priced out of the chase to sign up the hottest and most expensive criminal icons, have had to make do with using stand-ins and lookalikes, for which there's now something of a flourishing market. One San Paro model agency has four Charlotte Bloodrose lookalikes on its books, although the most in-demand of them was recently killed in what the SPPD are calling a case of mistaken identity assassination.

    Elsewhere, some enterprising companies, avoiding the controversy of criminal celebrity, have already found their own 'mascot' characters to represent them in the public's imagination. The most well-known of these is the Tastyburger Bandit, who only robs Tastyburger outlets, only takes the burgers and never any money, and has never yet been known to use violence in any of the robberies. What was initially for Tastyburger just another unwelcome stick-up artist targeting their businesses soon became a visionary marketing opportunity when they realised that more customers were coming to their restaurants specific ally in the hope of seeing the Bandit in action - particularly with his new trick of gunpoint-ordering the staff to give out free burgers to everyone in the place - and, with some Tastyburger corporate stealth-marketing behind him, the Bandit quickly became another San Paro cult figure. (Rumours persist, however, that the original Bandit was killed while robbing a Tastyburger outlet in Trasket, shotgun-blasted to death by an over-zealous night shift manager, and that the current masked Bandit is in fact an actor hired by the company to keep the gimmick and legend alive. These rumours always elicit a strict 'no comment' from Tastyburger's press office...)

    Biography: Nightlife

    San Paro comes to life at night, when all the beautiful, dangerous and exotic people come out to play. They congregate together at loud and congested nightclubs along the Satori Strip, at quiet private events inside walled compounds off the quiet boulevard streets of the Concession; at exclusive and glamorous parties and launch events in the clubs around the Needles; in the latest word-of-mouth-only underground clubs held in the basements of derelict Cortland Point power stations or aircraft hangers in Silverfield; in fashionably dingy after-hours joints in Montebank catering to Downtown adventurers on slumming expeditions; at glittering charity ball events in at the Kunst Museum or the Vincenzi Opera House; at expensive and painfully modish Canalside art galleries; at Virginia Gardens rooftop soirees overlooking the Park; at flashmob parties on the San Paro metro and the lobbies of Havalynd corporate headquarters; at Waterfront warehouse clubs and the backstage areas of gig venues.

    There's always a party happening someplace. Most of the time, you, I and the rest of the population of San Paro aren't invited.

    Status in San Paro is all about getting on the guest list. Getting past the red rope and through the door. Getting ushered through the milling crowds of rubberneckers and past the final and most serious security checks and into the VIP lounge. Many are called, few are chosen. Celebrity is like an unbreakable plate-glass window; the mob on one side, noses pressed against the glass, watching the beautiful people pass serenely by on the other side.

    The city's vast choice of clubs, bars and after-hours joints are the few places where you can get up close and personal to them. Or, at least, close enough to blog about it the next day as you share with your handful of readers the deep and meaningful connection you made with Vanessa Seindorf at the entrance to the VIP lounge at End of Daze, just before her bodyguards pushed you out of the way, or what Jada was wearing when you saw her dancing at Cacophony.

    Clubs come and go, falling in and out of fashion with the passing trends and the in/out checklists in new monthly issue of Effigy. The Satori Strip, and the streets clustered around it, are one big neon constellation of club-life glamour and partied-out excess. At any one time, half the clubs on the Strip are on their way up, and the other half are on their down, and then, finally, out. Regular Strip-goers face an agony of decisions. Which clubs are the most in this month, and which of them are they most likely to get into? Some clubs are notoriously Faction-specific - Criminal Enterprise, Safari, Pax San Paro, Obsidian - while others, generally neutral, sway between one Faction and the other depending on who's winning the street wars this month. No matter which Faction you might sympathise with, you've got to (sometimes quite literally...) take care which side of the street you're on when you're on the Strip.

    Then there's the question of personal safety to consider. That essential vibe of dangerous Urban Edge is always in. Hanging out with - or, at least, being in the same room as - glamorous and dangerous stars of the San Paro street wars is cool. Getting caught up in a full-on nightclub shootout between them and their rivals is considerably less fun. Although it does give you something interesting to blog about the next morning, assuming you survive the experience.

    The Strip is street level. There's plenty of similar action happening away from it - new glamour enclaves, like the one now long established on the Waterfront, popping up in Virginia Gardens, Montebank, Red Hill, even out in the Yard - to catch some of the style heat now starting to dissipate away from the Strip. The side-effect of too many Faction shootouts and too many rubbernecking tourists and suburban latecomers hitting the Strip for a night out on the town in big, bad San Paro.

    The Needles is definitely non-street. A string of exclusive clubs strung across the upper echelons of Havalynd's most notable cluster of skyscrapers. Executive membership buys you a personal glamour escort through the automatic weapon-toting security force deployed at ground level on club nights and a keycard to the private elevators that blast you up dozens of floors to the eternal parties in the sky. The Needles clubs are brilliantly lit up at night. Glittering palaces in the sky, clearly visible all across the city. The point, though, isn't to draw in new customers; it's to remind the rest of the city that there's always a bigger and better party going on somewhere else, and one they're not invited to.

    Biography: Packer Automotive

    Packer Automotive

    Alvin Kelley founded Packer Automotive in 1928 from Frisco Casting and Hue-Copeland Agricultural. Initially the company controlled foundries and auto parts businesses, but began automobile manufacture for domestic consumption in 1933. Packer's road vehicles were slow starters in comparison to their agricultural equipment (such as the "Packer 8 Corn Picker", which became a byword for reliability in the American mid west). However, practical design and exemplary engineering have meant Packer vehicles have been consistently exported around the world since the 1950s. Though a consistent performer, the company does have a history of labour disputes. In 2001, Packer workers - members of United Conglomerate Workers - downed tools in dispute over wages and conditions. Packer's Silverfield plant in San Paro was hit along with the rest. The strike lasted four years; one of the longest running labour disputes in San Paro's history. With scab workers running the assembly lines, the quality of Packer's automobiles suffered and the company almost collapsed over night. However, President Lillian Mendoza's dramatic "U Plan" and a 2005 merger with the Navaho Motor Company, created a leaner and more dynamic company. Surviving to fight another day, Packer continues to create some of the world's best utility and four wheel drive vehicles, including its iconic compact pickup trucks.

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