Day 1 is now over. Deadline for new plans in 48 hours, 10:00 AM GMT +8
A mysterious man picked up the Dunshaughlin Insider and drank some coffee with his other hand.
The front headline read:
'Mysterious Green Man terrorizes Dunshaughlin!!'
It seemed that some kind of green-eyed terrorist, dressed in green, had destroyed a large section of Bridge 2 with explosives. It is still crossable, but the authorities have cordoned off a large section of it. Eyewitnesses swear that the man was screaming defiance against the British Kingdom, but the authorities have confirmed that it was not linked to any groups and seems to be more of a single madman's work.
The article also claimed that a house in Middle Income 1 was attacked as well in a similar fashion by the same man. Thankfully, a family of four was unharmed. A quote from Ben O`Reilly (34):
'We were just minding our own business and then this brown-haired guy appeared, all dressed in green, and then he threw some kind of fireball, might have been a Molotov Cocktail or something cause I can't imagine how he was holding fire in his hands. And he was cackling madly. That guy's insane.'
The mysterious man turned to the next page and was greeted with a GIANT ADVERTISEMENT.
It said only one thing, in INCREDIBLY BIG FONT and CAPITAL LETTERS.
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO ALLY WITH ME, MEET ME ON BRIDGE 2 AT 10:00 AM TODAY.
What could that possibly mean?
The next article warned of a new terrorist cell in the city, operating in groups of 2. It heavily suggests that the authorities be on the lookout for them. What a strange article.
Somewhat more sensational news followed that article.
"Boy on Wolf Runs Through The Foggy Street!"
The subheading below those words read: 'Remote-Controlled Mopeds Give Chase!"
Apparently, eyewitnesses are prepared to swear that a boy, dressed in dirty clothes, had rode through the streets while on a giant wolf, pursued by mopeds with no riders. The article asserted that it was likely that the mopeds were remote controlled.
The mysterious man sighed, put down the paper, and looked out of his window, where the town awaited.
<%Raikage> oh I know