It came across so much of the media that could cover it, laptops, phones televisions it was a message meant for the world. It tried to be as politely timed and as nonthreating as such could be. And to the credit of Chase Conglomerate its worked, a good number are looking to the facilities and the skies in a hope of expanding their jurisdiction. Some question what kind of man so fresh on the scene has the right to take such drastic actions. Some however know of their reputation, and savor the potential more then the risk. It stands within good reason that perhaps a new era of heroics is on the horizon. For every bold public play however, there is also a back lash.
Operating outside of the law is a norm for the costumed crusaders, this unified effort runs a chance of bringing down what some see as the only way to get things done. Chase Conglomerate and the mysterious Nightwarden have done good work, but some cant help but see simply where such wasn't. How they didn't help when France was in need, how when a city of gods fell in Nebraska this up and coming force was on neither side. And some villains just want to see the threat laid to rest before it has a chance of taking hold.
Enter Arenaceus, the digital sandstorm who's looked to pay a pretty penny to anyone willing to take action against the installation. An added pretty penny if successfully toppling the installation. Their mission should this band of misfits chose to accept it, bring the satellite crashing down. But can the vigilantes and criminals even work together? And do they stand a chance against the growing number of Wardens and the Chase security.
Rules and Things
1. Standard rules
2. Try and keep it street to mid tier. Instant solutions wouldn't be as fun
3. Most are probably here to join the wardens or hired to raid, if you have other motives please make it one that makes sense
4. has the fun
OP will drop hopefully today or tomorrow