Days of Ruin: Shenandoah Processing Center – a ruin for Shadowrun

Ruinen
Daily ruins (at least it is planned to be daily in the German version).

Day 3: Shadowrun.

Shenandoah Processing Center

The Shenandoah Processing Center was a clandestine prison and interrogation center located in Virginia, jointly operated by multiple agencies to imprison native Americans suspected of being terrorists following the Lone Eagle incident. According to unsubstantiated reports, Shenandoah was a site of systematic torture and murder of native activists. In 2013, the center was nearly completely destroyed by multiple lighting strikes and subsequent fires in a freak thunderstorm.

Today, astral background count at the ruins of the Shenandoah Processing Center is still massive, although it supposedly assists in calling spirits associated with storms.

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    1. My idea was to just have the background count.

      You could throw in ghosts and spirits, but I was more aiming for a sort of empty desolation. Maybe storm spirits manifesting as a side effect of some types of magic use, that could tie in with the background count. But personnaly, I would probably do without. Perhaps if you start a quest there, ghost and spirits could figure more prominently.

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      1. Without this sentance “According to unsubstantiated reports, Shenandoah was a site of systematic torture and murder of native activists.”I would agree with you opinion of only storm spirits.

        If this sentance is true, I would say the place has a bad aura because of the terrible actions which happend here. Because of the actions it is likly that ghosts are created by these actions.

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