The Blackmailer
Waiting to blackmail someone takes time and planning.

The blackmailer stares at you. You stare back wondering, “A trade or a craft?” You know, even among thieves, the blackmailer’s trade is not an honorable one. Only the kidnapper is more poorly regarded, out of all the unground professions. You know blackmailing for something, usually money, is the intent. Some say it’s an art to gain favors, to set up the “fix”, or to use as leverage in negotiations for something of value…something you may value. To blackmail for money is monetarily favorable if done carefully, so you think, “It might be a profession, and not a craft.” Professional blackmailers are rarely, else seldomly seen by the victims, working through runners and established safe drops. Knowing this may help you gain their service.

How to play Dungeons and Dragons.

Contact Juan

Feel free to contact me. I will respond as soon as possible, trust.

Sending

Log in with your credentials

Forgot your details