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Reader’s Letter: Choas Reigns In London’s East End

April 16, 1906 ·

Mayhems All,

Minutes from our Post-Curfew briefing have now been encrypted and will make their ways to your districts with the next Twilight Drop. You will also all be given updates on the Sifter Redelopment being researched in colaboration with Wentworth Holdings.

Following the open floor discussion we feel that the time and public mood is ideal to incite a little revolutionary thought; and to provide a suitable public distraction from the efforts of The Anatomist and The Chemist.

The curfew is being openly ignored in the East End, providing prime conditions for a ‘counter-crime’ operation/acquisition. Intelligence from JM and our sources in the black market indicate that the criminal linchpin is one Christopher Hargreaves who runs a successful, if somewhat short-sighted and simple, protection and smuggling racket.

Network sources are to make Shifter schematics widely available amough the agreed channels. It is our intention to enable the weak, the abandoned and the honest agitator. With official supervision lacking it should not prove too much of a challenge to encourage an unwitting army to challenge Hargreaves head on and reclaim the streets, and the night, for all. (Mayhems included).

Police interference should be minimal: it is highly unlikely anyone will recognise the difference between lawless rioting and the organised efforts of our collective.

Original plans have been amended to suggest the use of scavenged materials and carry the mark of Mayhem.

Ghosts in the night, Ladies and Gentlemen.

Ella

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