I am curious how much interest there would be for a game focused on a Task Force Valkyrie team from Hunter: the Vigil.
The plot would be focused on them hunting down and dealing with various ENEs, as well as internal politics, backstabbing, etc. The game would be rated as Extreme, as they would be facing some true monsters. However I am willing to fade to black if a player isn't comfortable with a scene their character is in, or take a scene to another thread if a player isn't comfortable with a scene someone else's character is in. I wouldn't be pulling punches, and character death would be a possibility.
Characters would begin as new recruits, brought in to replace the soldiers from a decimated TFV team. The team's leader would, at least initially, be an NPC.
Unit 1058C was founded in 1979 as part of a push to create flexible teams of field agents capable of rapidly deploying to deal with a variety of threats. It served with distinction, at least as much distinction as you could get in a secret organization, before being nearly wiped out in 2010 during an operation in Alaska. The details are classified, but only two members survived, and only one of them was capable of continuing as a field agent despite months of treatment.
The office was labelled as the "Agricultural Inspection Agency" on the building directory. It filled the entire 13th floor and looked, for all outside purposes, to be just what it was labelled as. It was only when one went deeper into the offices, past a high security door controlled by a biometric scanner, that a hint of its true purpose was revealed.
The conference room was dominated by a large oval table lined with chairs. A series of screens filled one wall, each displaying a picture of some strange monstrous entity or horrific crime scene. The scenes changed periodically, never repeating.
At the head of the table stood an attractive woman who looked to be in her early to mid-thirties. Her dark brown hair was pulled back in a bun, and piercing blue eyes stared out of a no-nonsense face. She was dressed in a typical business suit, only the holstered pistol at her waist ruining the look.