The Atomic Midwestern

Taking out the Trash

Monroe and Jinx, refugees from the remnants of Misery, were hired and deputized by Jack Murphy, a Ranger with the Midwest Democratic Republic, and mayor of Toadcrawl, to eliminate a local gang going by the name of the Atomic Scum.

After Jinx fired a crossbow bolt through the back of Snaggle Tooth’s head, she took Snaggle Tooth’s hockey mask, then led a critically injured Monroe to a local doctor named Arcane Hanson. In exchange for a couple Mini Fusion Cells and a few grams of speed, Arcane was able to save Monroe from bleeding to death.

Murphy, upon receiving the hockey mask as proof of Snaggle Tooth’s demise, agreed to give the few buildings that were controlled by the Atomic Scum to Jinx and Monroe. Soon after, the citizens of Toadcrawl began to refer to the property as Misery’s Graveyard due to the swift death that was dealt to the Scum.

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Arachnophobia!

After exploring the town of Toadcrawl, Vic came across an abandoned school. He heard rumors from the locals that the squatters living there haven’t been seen in a while. Vic entered the rundown building, finding the room mostly empty, save for a cobwebs, gold, and a small rotting figure bundled in a pink nursing blanket.

Locating the basement stairs, Vic began to descend before being attacked by a giant, mutated brown recluse spider. Vic was able to overpower the creature, pushing the spider down the stairs and causing it to mortally injure it’s self. An arachnophobe since childhood, Vic stomped on the mutant’s head until the screeching stopped and his boot was slick with mucus.

The basement was filled with the remains of the squatters. They were all completely covered in webbing, and some were already sacs of liquid waiting to be fed on. Vic managed to slay the last to recluses, but not before getting a nasty bite on his left thigh. Critically injured, Vic escaped with what treasures he could carry and made his way to Arcane Hanson, the town doctor.

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