While dressing in the morning, a hero finds a note in his pocket directing him to find a particular panel truck and deliver its contents to a specified location. But where did this note come from, and what's in the truck? Distant Signals is the third in the Grim Frequencies adventure series by Rich Redman
The paper seems to be a note written in an unfamiliar hand. It says, "An unmarked white panel truck parked at A&M Warehouses is loaded with lightning equipment and cables for filming. Drive it to the intersection of 5th and Lennox, where you will find a production company filming a movie. You have the keys to the truck. Deliver the lighting equipment to the production company before noon today. Do not fail."
About the Author
Before Rich Redman came to the RPG R&D department at Wizards of the Coast, Inc., he had been an Army officer, a door-to-door salesman, the manager of a computer store, a fundraiser for a veterans' assistance group, and the manager of Wizards of the Coast, Inc.'s Customer Service department. Rich is a prolific game designer who has worked on the Dungeons & Dragons game, the d20 Modern Roleplaying Game, the Marvel Super Heroes Adventure Game, and Dark*Matter. When he's not working as vice president of The Game Mechanics, a d20 design studio, Rich works fulltime, does freelance game design, cooks, and practices yoga, tai chi, and silat.
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