Business Name:  Liquor

Staff/Proprietor: 

Name

Race

P.S.A.

STR/S TA

DEX/ RS

INT/L OG

PER/L DR

PS

IM

RW

MW

Special Abilities

Skills

Equipment

Viyizzi

Yazirian (Female)

Military

45/45

65/55

55/55

35/35

3

6

33

33

Gliding, Battle Rage 5%, Night Vision

Beam 2, Projectile 2

Magnigoggles, Radiophone, Laser Pistol, Skiensuit

Pharmacy

Accomodation: N/A

Goods/Services:

Cult Affiliation: The Zenk

Item

Mass

Avail

Cost

Quantity

Questions about "The Zenk"

-

-

100+

 

Customer:

 

 

 

  

  The Zenk (Vrusk for "family") is a Frontierwide criminal organization that currently is responsible for most high-credit criminal activities on the Frontier.  The Zenk sells its services to anyone, but it nearly always operates in its own best interests. There is no criminal activity that the Zenk cannot perform, though it prefers to stay away from anything directly relating to Star Law, Spacefleet, or Landfleet. No one knows who governs the organization, but referees should create NPCs who run local operations, as player characters may want (or be forced) to tangle with them at some time.  The Zenk is divided into eight different sections:

  • Acquisitions: robbery, forgery, embezzlement, etc.
  • Administration: executives, crime planning, accounting, etc.
  • Eliminations: murder, arson, body disposals, etc.
  • Enforcement: strong-arm activities that do not usually involve killing, security, etc.
  • Information: blackmail, bugging, spying, computer crimes, etc.
  • Leisure activities: providing illegal intoxicants, entertainment, etc.
  • Research and development: creation of new items or methods that held the other sections, maintaining the Zenk's equipment, etc.

Support services: activities that support the other sections but that are not included in the definitions of those sections, such as fencing stolen goods, buying off the authorities, etc.   An interesting note on the Information section is that it supposedly has personnel working within most law-enforcement agencies. On the other hand, most law-enforcement agencies, especially Star Law, have personnel working within the Zenk. Consequently, information obtained by both sides is sometimes planted or altered in efforts to flush out spies on either side.

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