The Crow of Seattle
Charon, the hundred year old vampire and antagonistic ally of Agamemnon has searched for fifteen old enemies for over seventy years. Bit by bit, she's closing in on their locations and murdering them in cold blood.
December 5th 2081, Charon managed to track down a scumbag called Hollis Oswald. Charon remembered the man by being insufferably smug and facetiously gentle to rub salt in her wounds back when he first attacked her. Now, over half a century later, he was paid off by Regency MegaMedia to live the rest of his days in a squalid retirement home. Charon got a tip from Agamemnon, pretended to be a visitor and entered the alias-toting Oswald's room. He was almost senile and barely recognized the girl from the early 2000s that hadn't aged a day. After he spent his last moments in disemboweled agony and terror, Charon painted her warning for the other fourteen on the room's wall in Hollis' blood.
January 4th 2082, another target made itself known. This time Marion followed through with some commlink information he'd dug up from Hollis Oswald's belongings. Garik von Louv, a made man of the Vory had made an operation in Tacoma. Charon waltzed right through the front gates, got an audience surrounded by bodyguards and even surrendered her weapons to the guards to strike a deal with Garik. The man had clearly made himself into a proper veteran, a far cry from the wreck Oswald had been. It didn't help much -- while he put up a fight and Charon had to heal through jaw-shattering punch after another, she ripped his throat out and repeated the blood-written warning for the remaining thirteen.
February 11th, 2082, Charon tracks down an infuriating memory of hers. A man who once had a fake tan, wore surfer shades and Hawaiian shirts, now a retired military man and a loving father. Killian. Considering he's in Ft. Lewis, she's smart enough to know she can't reach him by herself, so instead she asks some shadowrunners to help her out. With a moment of infiltration and meeting the retired man's daughter on the front door as fake pizza deliverers, the entire neighborhood turns to chaos as Charon makes a mad dash for him and rips him apart in his own bedroom. His daughter's allowed to live, surprisingly, though she might just end up tracking down the crazy monster that showed up and ruined her life out of nowhere.
It's March 29th. Zenith hates Charon. He really does. Charon doesn't return the sentiment quite as strongly and is even somewhat enjoying the sudden team-up, since they're both after the same person. Ol' Tusk, or as Charon knows him, Erik Steward, one of the bastards that attacked her. Going through the Ork Underground and getting a meeting is rough, but the two of them make do with what they have. Tusk's prepared for Charon, however, and Zenith saves her life by shooting out UV lights and letting the beast rampage. While he's tempted to shoot her as she exacts her vengeance on Ol' Tusk, he got enough out of him to continue his own quest. Charon, on the other hand? She felt exceptionally satisfied at getting to squeeze the life out of Erik with her own hands. Is she losing herself to bloodlust or only embracing her nature as a monstrosity more and more each time?