Angelica's Thoughts

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  • This is the second time I’ve been asked to join the Paranet. The first time, I easily discounted the invitation. I’ve always been an outsider. Why should I attempt to be anything different? However, Nick’s words have caused me to pause and examine the offer more closely. I might be able to help so many more people. To use my gifts to assist the living and lay the dead to rest. But can I truly expose myself like that? To the entire supernatural community in Portland? I must think on this some more before I give Nick an answer.
  • I was so hopeful that we had caught the Shrouded One, but we only apprehended one of his minions. Somewhere in this city, an evil force lurks in the shadows. I can’t rest until he or she is no longer threatening the innocent.
  • A ghoul is disturbing the dead and has ravaged at least one of the living. It must be stopped! I hope that my new acquaintances can help stop the graveyard assaults.
  • Apparently, my existence in Portland has been noted within the supernatural community. Or, at least, Dillon Krister found out quite a lot about me in a relatively short time. I don’t know quite how I feel about that. I am thankful that my reputation appears to be a good one, but I feel like I have too many eyes on me as of late.
  • Father Buxman is not quite what he seems. He has more insight into the realm of the supernatural than I expected. He thinks God brought our paths together. I don’t know if that’s the case, but I know that we can definitely help each other.
  • I’m still not sure if working with P.I.P.S. was a good idea. I think Charley and I have a lot in common, but our methods differ. However, if our connection means that I have more opportunities to help those suffering from the supernatural, then it was still for the best.
  • I see myself when I look at Mike Ng. It’s almost painful to remember being that young. Being surrounded by the restless dead when no one else believes you. Being so very much the outsider.

Angelica's Thoughts

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