Savage Heroes Of Star City

Bar Patrons Attacked By Blue Lizard

Police reports indicate that two days in a row The Dive, in Downtown Star City was attacked by a humanoid reptile like creature. Patron report that this “blue lizard” lept through the bar window and began harassing patrons. This is only made more terrifying by the fact this same creature struck the next day in broad daylight! The owners have closed down until repairs can be completed.

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Uptown Park Battle Calms Bees

Two nights ago, SCPD reports show that citizens near Eisner Park, in Uptown, began calling in reports of weapons being fired and explosions. When the officers arrived on the scene, no culprits were found but there were signs of a disturbance.

Since then the aggression levels of the Bees in this area seems to have decreased. This issue seems to have stabilized, for the time being. Currently, the bees only seem to attack individuals if their nests are approached. Star City’s Department of Parks & Forestry are working on deploying warning signs around these locations for public safety.

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Key Gazetteer Articles
A Collection Of News Headlines Across The City

(The following are news articles to have appeared in reputable news publications in the days/weeks since the failed bank heist.)

Billionaire Couple Killed In Robbery Went Wrong

A spokesman for the West Foundation appeared in a press conference callings for SCPD to track down the person or persons responsible for the cold blooded murder of the beloved family of Star City and the unfortunate traumatic event that has scarred their only son.

The Chief of Police indicates that the Major Crimes Unit hot shot, Detective Malone is hard at work to solve this unspeakable crime.

Fire In South Point Claims The Lives of Five. Eighth In Last Week

Arson is becoming a serious issue in Southpoint and surrounding areas. This is the latest of eight fires to destroy a property within the city. Fire and Rescue report that five individuals were lost as a warehouse erupted into fire.

City Parks Department Reports Increased Bee Activity In Local Parks

A member of the Star City Parks Department made a mention of increased population of bees, that don’t appear to be indigenous to this region, making nests all across the local parks.

Update: The Gazetteer has been made aware that a citizen was attacked in an uptown park. The identity of the individual is currently being withheld but they are currently in critical condition.

Businesses Report Security Breaches

Sources report that local insurance and financial institutions have been reporting cyber security violations. Details are sparse at this moment but it appears that these intrusions have occurred with little to no evidence of who is responsible.

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Top Viewed Underground Articles

(The following are popular news stories from tabloid sources in the days/weeks since the failed bank heist.)

Cat Creature Roams City

Residents of Star City have reported seeing a large human cat hybrid roaming the alleys in Tempest and Southpoint. Some have reported that this creature has killed small time local hoods in these neighborhoods. Opinions vary from citizen to citizen but everyone is concerned where this creature came from. Is it a monster from the city sewers? Is it some sort of genetic experiment? An alien?

Wave Of Amnesia Sweeps Through The City

Individuals report that they have been experiencing moments of memory loss. A local citizen gave this explanation after being arrested for breaking and entering. What explains this disappearance in time? Is it just crazies making excuses or are we being abducted and experimented on?

Ghost Terrorizes Eastpoint Gang

An arrest record of local gang members in Eastpoint report that they were attacked by a ghost or shadow creature. What is happening in our city? If you have information about this, please contact Star City Underground.

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Star City Underground Issue #1

(The following is an excerpt taken from the tabloid magazine Star City Underground.)

This journalist is reporting the presence of a bipedal cat person seen, by eye witnesses, stalking the shadowy alley ways of Southpoint for the last several weeks. The Mayor’s office is attempting to suppress the information of this genetic experiment gone awry but I have it on good authority that police officers in the area have been told to redact information about these sightings from their paperwork.

The Underground is offering a reward for photographic evidence of the existence of this creature.

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Star City Gazetteer Issue#1
Brave Citizens Thwart Daytime Bank Robbery

(Except taken from Star City Gazetteer online article)

Today saw five masked men attempt to rob Star City National Bank. Eye witnesses state two customers with the assistance of a masked vigilante were able to prevent these criminals from completing their goal. Not all individuals were fans of this remarkable act of daring. Bank Manager Stephen Kidto stated “Our highest priority is the safety of our customers. The actions of these individuals could have placed others in harm’s way.”
The would be robbers fled from the scene after the citizens foiled their plans of a heist. The vigilantes pursued the vehicle both in car, and as reported by several on lookers, zipping through the air using some sort of grappling system. The SCPD arrived on the scene and were able to apprehend the culprits without issue. While the detective on the scene would not comment if the identities of the “heroes” were known or if they were going to face legal reprisals he did state that “vigilantism is a crime and that individual citizens taking the law into their own hands is dangerous to all involved” and “can cause issues with appropriate legal action being taken against criminals”.

(Reader comments to the article seem mixed but mostly positive. There are several comments about how police & courts are either unable to take swift or effective action against crime.)

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