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OOC Night's Black Agents: The Hesselius Letter

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Quinn wants to do a full recon of the area. He can pour over maps and an atlas of the area in the apt, but he wants to get out. He'll be looking for: Driving times, motorways, traffic and times when traffic is heaviest vs lightest, areas that may be crowded, public transportation stops. Once we are within 15 minutes of the house, Quinn will run a descending concentric circle through the neighboring hamlets looking for safe exfil points. He'll want to find a place to stash a possibly second or third vehicle nearby if time and place allows.

Playing the "looking for my lost dog" role, Quinn wants to drive halfway down the lane towards the house and walk the rest on foot calling for his pup all the while. The plan is to go as far as he can on foot up to the property gate/ fence (or house) without looking overtly suspicious. He'll stay off the property per se, but do a cursory examination of the house and surrounding lands trying to find the 'dog'.
 

EnigmaticOne

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Quinn wants to do a full recon of the area. He can pour over maps and an atlas of the area in the apt, but he wants to get out. He'll be looking for: Driving times, motorways, traffic and times when traffic is heaviest vs lightest, areas that may be crowded, public transportation stops. Once we are within 15 minutes of the house, Quinn will run a descending concentric circle through the neighboring hamlets looking for safe exfil points. He'll want to find a place to stash a possibly second or third vehicle nearby if time and place allows.

Playing the "looking for my lost dog" role, Quinn wants to drive halfway down the lane towards the house and walk the rest on foot calling for his pup all the while. The plan is to go as far as he can on foot up to the property gate/ fence (or house) without looking overtly suspicious. He'll stay off the property per se, but do a cursory examination of the house and surrounding lands trying to find the 'dog'.
Ok, but do we want any camera eyes on the scene?
 
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