Aug. 13th, 2008


An identity to be uncovered.

Subject: Finding someone new to investigate
Where: Near the French Embassy
Who: Xavière Sevin, a French immigrant.
Warnings: None.
Open to: Jacques Belmont, and whoever would be around the French Embassy at late hours.

Jul. 13th, 2008


Léon Belmont: Posion Hath Been His Untimely Death

Subject: Posion
Who: Léon Belmont
Where: The French Embassy
Warnings: To Be Added
Open to: Elisamarie


Jun. 3rd, 2008


Léon Belmont, Plotting

Subject: Plotting
Where: Bridge Theatre, Lower Pitt Street
Who: Léon Belmont
Warnings: TBA
Open to: Nell Abbot

May. 19th, 2008


Subject: Lucien goes to Jacques for information about his brother
Where: The Embassy
Who: Lucien Régnier
Warnings: None
Open to: Jacques Belmont, others who might be at the Embassy

It was a beautiful day outside. )

May. 9th, 2008


Subject: Lunch and an Introduction
Where: Jacques's office in the Embassy
Who: Jacques Belmon
Warnings: None
Open to: Lucrète Vernet and Léon Belmont

May. 1st, 2008


Harry Fisher, Business Card

Item: Harry's Business card
Warnings: NC-17 Under-age relationships
Open to: Nell, Léon, Jamie and any other clients and business associates.

Apr. 18th, 2008


Grand Opening!


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Mar. 28th, 2008


An Invitation to the French Ambassador's Ball

Subject: The Ambassadors Ball
Where: The French Embassy
Who: Léon Belmont, the French Ambassador to the English court
Warnings: none as yet
Open to: All (all players may attend either as invited guests of the ambassador, as servants or guests of those invited, as staff, or as gate-crashers.)

The ballroom of the Embassy was already growing busy, and when Citizen Belmont paused for a moment besides one of the large windows, he could see yet more carriages pulling up outside, wreathed in the mist blowing in from the river.

The quartet had been playing now for a good half an hour, new French tunes as well as those the English favoured. His staff was busy handing out good French wine, and then refilling those glasses when they were drained.

It was going to be a good evening, and not only in the eyes of the party-goers. With some of England’s most prominent aristos on the guest list, and some than some newly arrived French nationals, tonight would be a night of information gathering, of sizing up the opposition, and perhaps even ensuring some of those French escapees were returned to face justice.

October 2008




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