**On the southern edge of the city center, between the Mountain Pass and the Machinists along the Path of the Nine and across the Guildsquare from the Thieves, sits the Falcon's Nest, Ash's home of the Peacekeeper's Guild,
A clean and partan place, The Falcon's next is as hard as its Captain, the uncompromising Jager the Hound. Raised to be obsessed with "The Hunt", Jager is a dogged and unyielding man and the last person a wanted man wants looking for them. Some say he got the post because of his race, others because he bulled his way to the top, others still say it was to get rid of him. Whatever reason, The Next is his den.
Tall and rigid, with numerous towers and plenty of straight vertical architecture, there is little adornment outside of forged metal bird of prey emblems both large and small throughout. Those who exit by the main door will find themselves along Lantern Road in the Brass District.
Those seeking bounties can find Desk Sergeant Intikam in the lobby. A kamul saaur Jager met during a hunt in the Wastes, Intikam quickly became his right hand and zealous disciple.**
PUBLIC SERVICES - Costs Vary Tip Line - Have information regarding a bounty but unable to act on it or unsure what to do with it? We pay for your information. Arbitration - The Peacekeepers are willing and able to help settle disputes between citizens before things get ugly and one of the parties ends up on a bounty list. Private Eyes - So long as there are no legal/moral issues, the Peacekeepers are willing to put their investigative expertise to use for the general public, for a price.
Golan winds up at the Peacekeepers, after sightseeing in Ash for a while. Now ready to start the inevitable wait for partners, Golan put his name in with the desk sergeant in the lobby and took a seat.
Intikam - "Honestly, if I was any of you I'd consider passing. These Nevermores...as far as the Captain and I are concerned, they're a dud. A farce. They're only up as a bounty because some paper pusher from the guild insists that they're a legitimate threat."
Intikam - "From what we've been able to see, they're just a bunch of weird little lordlings wandering around spouting poorly-translated poetry. They haven't actually done anything, but someone in central keeps insisting that they're some sort of serious threat."
Maren grinned and shrugged, if he could set someone's mind at ease by confirming a conspiracy to be false then it was worth it to him. "Well I don't suppose it would hurt to check it out though eh? Have you identified any suspects?"
Alacritas gave a stiff nod. "Just so happens I was about to ask about it myself, but then the person behind me felt he had the privilege to cut ahead. I'm sure he will apologize, though, and then it will all be water under the bridge. Am I right?"
**Motioning that Allona should wait, Intikam answered Golan.**
Intikam - "Well if they actually are a menace, then we'll be glad to have them stopped. And if they aren't, this is a huge waste of Peacekeeper funds, but so was this whole city. So, it isn't too much of an issue."
Maren shrugged with a goodnatured grin. "It's not like we'll be getting paid if it turns out that there was nothing to stop right? So it can't be that big of a waste. Anyway where do we start, your higher ups give you any leads?"