Open Tall Glass

Ann Tickwittee

Archaeology Expert
Known Aliases
Tick, Ticky, Blinky, Annaconda
Color #
A60035
#1
I have been informed by an archaeologist comrade of a recently discovered aircraft crash site in eastern Algeria. Accompanying me to participate in the recovery of this wrecked plane are @Eugene Grovington and our medical intern @Constance. There will be other crewmen present, and slots for archaeology students--and possibly a few advanced flight students--to get some experience at a real dig site and learn some accident investigation/observational archaeology skills.

Details on the aircraft: Approximately 70 years old, this is a true antique bomber plane. The British Bristol Blenheim craft was utilized in the North Africa campaign during World War II, and this particular airplane, named Tall Glass, appears to have suffered significant combat damage and could not limp home. The plane is now being threatened by Saharan sand dunes, and it's best that we salvage it before nature rips apart this gem.


What we are hoping for is some VILE participation in this RP. If we could get two (maybe three) VILE characters for us to outwit, that would be snazzy.

Post here if you would like to participate.
 

Ann Tickwittee

Archaeology Expert
Known Aliases
Tick, Ticky, Blinky, Annaconda
Color #
A60035
#4
Glad to get some enthusiastic responses. That fills out our VILE roster for this round. I believe @Spring-Heeled Jack will be leading the VILE side of things, so please contact him about your nefarious plans.
 

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