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Matthew Vannaugh

Matthew Vannaugh
IPAmæθju vɑːnæ
Quick Notes
OccupationLawyer
AffiliationsVannaugh and Meyer Est., District Court, City Hall, Knight Errant
Game Rules
Connection3
Loyalty1
Personal Details
AgeUnknown
RaceUnknown
SexMale
DescriptionSee Text
StatusActive and Operational

Cost: 5 points; Each point is payable in ¥2000 or 1 Karma per point.

Description

Have a problem in your neighbourhood? Big bad corporation dumping chemical waste? Gang messing up your day? Can’t deal with it on your own? Better call Vannaugh and Meyer. Should the problem prove too big for the Law to handle then they will handle the problem by less than legal means. No matter how hard V&M will always get results. That said, they don’t work pro bono. Don’t even ask.

  • Likes: Nuyen, polite, and business-minded people
  • Dislikes: Loud and obnoxious people, bail jumpers, losses (of the economic kind), people who mispronounce his name

Special Rules

Bail You Out

If the runners get caught on minor to moderate charges (most things not involving dead people) Matthew Vannaugh can pull some strings at court and KE to make the charges disappear. For a price.

In The Know

Matthew Vannaugh seems to be on a first name basis with a distressing amount of people in the Courthouse, City Hall, Knight Errant, and even Lone Star. He is more than happy to help the runners get some juicy gossip, contacts, or even in to these buildings. For a price.

Defamation Suit

Heat too high for you? Tabloids posting horrid things about you? For a price Vannaugh & Meyer can help you with your PR problems. For 5.000 Nuyen per point of PA (minimum 5.000) Matthew Vannaugh will drop your notoriety and PA by one.

I Don’t Know Him, Officer

If the runners get freed through Bail You Out and then get caught again within two runs (or leave evidence during those runs) they find Matthew is swift to drop them. Every time this happens decrease Vannaugh’s loyalty by one. Runners can get back in his good graces by doing some odd jobs (reduced pay) for him.


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