Signup Thread. @Brovo @Goldmarble @Snakey @Seba @Limeypanda @Slade Ordinis Sancti Percute: Time: 23:55 Time to Mission Prosecution: 5 Minutes Location: Giza Plateau The night was oppressive for the small group of infiltrators being sent after the Book of the Dead, that critical first step in the supernatural war against the Thule Society, Bill Fullerton and Julia Matrovka were both present to supervise, advise and aid in this particular mission, it being of such importance that little could be left to chance. They had been smuggled into the country and moved out towards the Giza Plateau late in the night by truck, a truck that had been hidden a couple miles back as they made the final advance on the Pyramids. But what light there was came from the near-full moon and drenched the world in an ethereal half-light as light was reflected and refracted off of the desert sands. Julia stopped and turned to them doing a head-count, "Gaul," The asian man from Canada was an unusual member of the group, but his talents would help against more supernatural elements "Walters," an obnoxious American, but weren't they all? However he seemed to inspire the people around him. "Ituha," The potentially invaluable american-indian member of the unit, Julia suspected that her quiet confidence would make her someone worth knowing. "MacMahon," She counted off next, what an odd fellow Julia concluded it would be interesting to see if he was actually useful for more than grossing out people in the barracks by guzzling gasoline. "Siofra," Another valuable member of the unit, her talents may very well allow the Ordinis Sancti to get into places the would not otherwise be able to, but on the other side of the coin, she seemed perpetually very pretty, and people tended to remember that. "Popescu," A fairly normal werewolf, if larger than the base animals, and that charm of his could get him into things he shouldn't, including women for whom the word 'virtue' was like arsenic. "Vorster," Special orders were in place to keep eyes on him, the Brits practically foamed at the mouth over his inclusion, and he was not trusted by any stretch of the imagination, however he seemed to have an intense dislike for the Nazis, and so his experience could not be turned down at this early stage." She relaxed back into a dune. "As you all know, we're here to stop the Thule Society from getting their hands on the Egyptian Book of the Dead. According to our intelligence, they have managed to discover the means to opening up a secret passage beneath the Sphinx of Khafre. Unfortunately, the Covenant has been unable to provide us with plans of the complex or they'd have entered and removed the book long ago. So now our job is to prevent the Nazis from getting it. Any questions?