(See OOC) The problem with the Sleepy Selkie was concluded and Debbie was enjoying her break while still in Seattle. Eventually she'd be sent somewhere else to trouble shoot, but for the moment there wasn't a care in the world. That all changed when her pager went off. Going to the nearest pay phone she dialed the number on there. "Look to the East," the voice on the other end told her. Debbie did what she was told, but she wasn't sure what she was looking at, across the street were more shops, as she looked up she saw the typical Seattle skyline with its most prominent feature. "We have had some odd occurrences for the last two months. Today we got the confirmation, the tower wizard is dead." "Did he die this morning?" Debbie asked her attention now on the "tower" in question, Seattle's Space Needle. "Doubtfully. We are unsure when he died. In fact there are a lot of unknowns." Debbie frowned. This did not sound good in the least. "Go to Pike Place Market, and meet with Prospero Burdon. Inform him of the current status of the tower." "What is the current status of the tower?" Debbie asked as she looked up at the remarkable city icon. "Unknown. Considering the deliberate nature of our lack of knowledge though..." "Assume it's in hostile hands. Got it." Debbie had a sinking feeling about all of this. Debbie followed the instructions give to her, they were not very encouraging. Go to the Newsstand out front and the guy selling magazines should know where Burdon is. There was a degree of uncertainty, but it was unwise to use more direct, magical, ways of finding the man unfortunately. After all the very lack of information made it difficult to know if more forceful ways would be noticed. So Debbie got out of the cab and walked into the newsstand and grabbed a copy of Cosmo. When the merchant leaned over to ask her if that was her only purpose she asked him, "Can you tell me where to find Uncle Pleasant?"