- The Commander (Doug) - telekinetic super-soldier with a really angry dog (Yukio). The dog is a powerful ally (250-300 points) and very intelligent and very, very aggressive.
- Arc Light (Christian) - battlsuited gadgeteer with electrical powers
- The Rat Queen (Emily) - brick with super-perception; made of actual rats
- Eamon Finnegan (Kyle) - smooth talking gravity-master; Ultimate Fighting Lawyer, to borrow a phrase.
- Zephyr (Merlin) - Real name Murui; Shaolin Kung Fu expert and super-speedster.
We've got three different layers between us and Leslie Singleton. A coffee house, a secure basement, and a trap door down to the sewers where Zephyr and The Rat Queen hollowed out the bunker to hide Leslie. It was faraday caged, isolated, and secure in several different ways.
While we were at it, we made two more of them, because we wanted defense in depth. And since The Rat Queen critically succeeded her roll with a 3 for building them, they're ridiculously well hidden, well built, and well appointed, for a hole in a dank sewer.
So it's all good, at least for the moment. We have about 30 hours to kill, and we decide that the best place to direct Singleton is where he can't go - his home. Arc Light is going to whip up a "wife simulator" that will produce realistic phone traffic, and since The Rat Queen's subcomponents have a Basic Lift of 5 lbs, she can get the actual cell phone into the house.
So we also make plans that implicate the board members of Blue Skies, some of the ones he's tussled with before, and then as a second backup, we point him in the direction of The Pusher. Enough truth to be plausible, far enough away from the actual plan to ensure he's not anywhere near her.