@Kitschington Cities were, generally, very diverse places, with a lot of different people. It was to be expected; they were basically mixing pots. This could be a good thing, in some cases. In others, it could be quite the opposite. It really depended. At the moment, what was currently happening in an old parking garage could be filed under 'Bad Things Done by Bad People'. There was no wondering if they really meant to do harm, or if it was just something they'd back out of later. No, the place was currently filled to the brim with absolute nut-jobs, intent on summoning some Aztec God of Death, or something of the like. This would probably be less horrible if it wasn't for the circumstances under which the summoning had to happen. Of course, there was no written way on how to summon the thing, but with enough guesswork, and studying the temples, you could possibly piece it together. And, surprisingly, the nut-jobs managed that much. So, here they were. They were about a group of 5. Well, 5 there on purpose. The 6th was not there on their own free will. They happened to be the unlucky victim for the night. Because, you see, what these 5 morons in black clothing needed a sacrifice for this whole thing. And the girl, a young woman with blonde hair and bright blue eyes, happened to be around when they searched. They were fully convinced that summoning this God would work. And, well, no one could exactly say they were wrong to believe so. There had been strange sightings popping up all over. To be fair, though, a God was a bit much. Sure, ghosts, possibly. But Gods? That was a different level. The group had used a small carving in the center of their display, but the rest was cheaply made up with red spray paint. The lady was on a table, currently knocked out and tied up. They stood around, murmuring to one another, and trying to decide who would do the 'honors'. They also had, foolishly, assumed no one else would be around these parts this late at night. This is another thing they'd be wrong about, and that could turn out quite unfortunately for them.