Our mutants must make tough choices in this episode as the ark has multiple fires to put out. Tenebris has taken their mother, Maryna into his "safe keeping" to keep our mutants in line. He also has control of the dogsbane plants that surround the ark and can use them against the citizens if they get in his way. Trissa is the new leader of the Helldrivers and needs to keep their respect if she wants to stay on top. Leski has been shot and Breckett and Astrina are nowhere to be found...
December 21st, 1998: Vince McMahon leaves the arena to go train for the Royal Rumble, and so he leaves his son Shane in charge for the night. However, that may prove to be a mistake as an out-of-his-element Shane ends up booking himself into his very first wrestling match against Mankind. Triple-H & X-Pac team up to face The Rock and a man who is also making his in-ring debut: Test! Mark Henry & D'Lo Brown are scheduled to face The Headbangers, but "Sexual Chocolate" may not be able to resist the advances of Terri Runnels and Jacqueline. Ken Shamrock puts his Intercontinental Title on the line against "Badd Ass" Billy Gunn.... or does he? WWF Hardcore Champion The Big Boss Man squares off with "The Road Dogg" in what is supposed to be a non-title match, but Jesse James may be able to convince him to put the belt up for grabs. Five weeks after being pushed off the TitanTron, Road Warrior Hawk returns to the WWF and reveals some dark secrets about his relationship with Droz. Even though The Blue Blazer was unmasked last week, the caped superhero returns to seek revenge on Steve Blackman. Gangrel steps into the ring with Al Snow, and a post-match "bloodbath" may cause Al to go completely insane (well okay, more than usual). The Acolytes take on J.O.B. Squad members Bob Holly & Scorpio in what turns out to be the final "Raw" match for the man formerly known as Flash Funk. Plus, Jeff Jarrett rants about what pisses him off, "Classy" Freddie Blassie dresses up as a perverted mall Santa Claus for some reason, and The Corporation shockingly adds a new member to its growing ranks!
Meanwhile in WCW, we get the final episode of "Nitro" before the controversial "Starrcade 1998" pay-per-view, with the highlight of the show being Scott Steiner mocking someone for using steroids (yes, seriously).
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In this episode, Charlotte gets caught up in the burgeoning anarch movement happening in Chicago and must decide if she will become a vampire before Sheriff Balthazar and his Archon, Grady, break into the room, more than likely killing her (as she's the only human around). Sunshine gets invited aboard The Spirit of Chicago (a yacht on Lake Michigan) for a high roller game of Black Jack by the mysteriously dark beauty, Isabella Giovanni. To her horror, she finds out what has happened to her mother and her brother as she is trapped onboard with no one, but two powerful vampires, caught between their rivalries.
Vampire the Masquerade (20th Anniversary)- http://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/94815/Vampire-The-Masquerade-20th-Anniversary-Edition?term=vampire+the+masquerade&test_epoch=0 Storyteller: Kristy Cutsforth
Troupe: Johnny Graves - Kerry Cutsforth
Slater- James Shannon
Sandra- Valerie Mazzone
Sunshine- Karley Wahl
Charlotte- Brenna Young
Attila- Rob Grindle
Ramrod- Cody Young