The CIA [CVU Organization / Headquarters] (Under Repair)

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The Central Intelligence Agency is a foreign intelligence organization tasked with the gathering and analysis of national security information. Founded in 1947, they have been responsible for hundreds of clandestine operations around the world, and with today's ubiquitous extranormal threats giving pause to nations all around the world, the Agency has never been busier...or more necessary. Evolving with the rest of the world, the Agency has upgraded itself beyond conventional intelligence gathering to become one of the most elite data-controllers on planet Earth. Eyes and ears everywhere, the CIA keeps track of extranormal threats before they can materialize, working behind the scenes to ensure that teams like the Equalizers and STRIKE can operate at the best of their ability. The man behind the man, the Agency has evolved into a network unlike any other, in the name of truth, justice, and liberty.

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CIA Headquarters: Fairfax County, Virginia

The Central Intelligence Agency's primary base of operations is located in the unincorporated community of Langley, Virginia. The complex itself sits off of George Washington National Parkway, but the requirements for secrecy (particularly in the past decade) have led to a slew of new security advancements. The roads themselves are protected by several security checkpoints, manned at all times by an ever-rotating cast of armed guards. On most records, the CIA premises is about 1,400,000 square feet of space, but in reality, the property extends to nearly twice that, the complex's sublevel comprising a majority of this "hidden area." There are easy-access "horizontal elevators" that can transport employees from one part of the complex to another quickly, but like all other methods of transport, this would require authorization. The entire premises is subject to constant surveillance. Recent developments have led to even tighter security within the Agency. There is a Starbucks located on-site.

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Security

Movement-sensing nodes line every entrance to the CIA Headquarters, complicated devices that can scan an intruder to reveal any concealed weaponry and provide a trace-lock on their location. These nodes are clustered around windows, vents, doors, and gates, and constantly refresh their surveillance waves by means of micro-wipers designed to oscillate every twenty seconds, cleaning off any unwanted signatures and providing a clear, unimpeded picture of their surroundings. This prevents any gases or wavelengths from obfuscating their readings, because they constantly adapt to new frequencies and continue to collect the data. These nodes are accompanied by high-voltage shock-sensors that can incapacitate an intruder as soon as they so much as touch a door without proper clearance. To enter the facility through the parking lot, one would need to provide their ID, listed car model, and license plate number.

The entire facility constitutes a no-fly zone; any aircraft or airborne metahuman are instantly deemed threats worthy of lethal force unless otherwise directed, and will immediately be targeted by a plethora of laser-type weaponry, installed in early 1997 with the emergence of self-propelled rocket-packs, as well as growing numbers of homo-superior, colloquially known as mutants. While at first highly rudimentary in nature, these defenses have also evolved with the times, with targeting computers guaranteed by the manufacturer to be able to record and anticipate the motions of hypersonic targets, such as superhuman speedsters. These high-energy displacement turrets also decorate certain locations within the building, making infiltration of any sort an exceedingly risky prospect.

The surveillance cameras within the buildings themselves are beyond state-of-the-art, with high-class software that goes beyond simple facial recognition. The cameras within, maintained by what can only be described as an elite 24-7 live crew, functionally recognize even the smallest mannerisms, movements, and habits of every single staff member. These cameras purportedly record even the employee restrooms and the sewage system underneath the building. The cameras are never unmanned, with a security hub nestled inside the West Hall keeping constant track of the building's inner workings. The Deputy Director's office, however, is not under camera surveillance, but audio recorders keep note of any goings-on within.

CIA agents patrol the hallways constantly, armed with top-tier weaponry and trained to respond instantly in any threat-level situation. Additionally, with recent conflicts in Spain, Venezuela, and Greece, Maverick Incorporated specialists have been stationed within Langley, trained to operate against extranormal threats and to supplement the organization's already-impressive defenses. The crew have undergone Maverick anti-teleportation drills as of recent, perhaps due to the nature of the most recent raid on the facility, the only one since 1993 (See: Michael Vasquez incident) to have experienced any measure of success.

The windows within the building have been manufactured out of glass thick enough to endure blasts from rocket-propelled grenades. These windows have been developed as to be perpetually "shut," even from the inside; opening one without clearance is functionally impossible. Even the ventilation ducts are heavily secured, with patent-pending "thread" technology making it impossible for any small-scale infiltration units, such as insects or size-altering metahumans, to navigate the ducts. Sensory-depriving weapons, such as electroshock pellets and tear gas, are present within these ducts.

Restricted areas, in addition to the measures above, boast an additional layer of security, requiring precise retinal scan, handprint, and an entirely different identification card to enter. Unseen laser-guided scans are set to move in chaos-theory subpatterns, unpredictably rotating throughout the room and set to trip devious traps whenever triggered, as well as instantly raising the alarm.

In the event of a power-outage, the building's backup generator can resupply power to the entire complex in a mere eight seconds.

Locations of Interest

Deputy Director's Office: Deputy Director Donn's private office is the nest from which he operates, and he can be found within almost constantly, when not out on one of his own...personal errands. The office itself boasts a large ebony chair, in which the Director is reputed to sleep every night; such odd rumors only add to the mystique surrounding him. A tattered American flag rests on the far wall, provoking patriotic thoughts and symbolic questions alike. What instigates further curiosity is rumor that his desk conceals a secret compartment, itself containing a plethora of unique gadgets and vestments suitable only for a man of action. What mysteries lie within this restricted room? The world may never know.

Lichter's Operations Nest: Part of his reward for completing his first assignment as a member of Central Intelligence, the enigmatic free-agent who pledged his allegiance to Donn in exchange for his freedom now has access to a small storeroom. Formerly little more than a broom closet, Klaus von Lichter managed to convert it into a veritable office of his own, partially be removing three of the four walls with his energy-weapon and resculpting the remaining architecture in order to accommodate his needs. After about a day of rewiring the room, he was able to install an encrypted computer, plugged directly into the CIA network, within the former closet. Using his teletransportation-device, he also installed an armoire full of clothes and a small bed. Retrofitting the door, Klaus managed to turn the former storeroom into a fortified, fully-stocked cubicle in about a 48-hour period. Nobody knows he's done this.

The Vault: Heavily-fortified, the Vault contains enough confiscated weaponry to arm a small country, from doomsday devices stolen out of the hands of super-villains to mere schematics for even deadlier weapons. As a restricted area, the Vault is subject to all above security measures, and is also accompanied by Maverick Corporation-grade automatic turrets.

Dress Code Policy

CIA agents represent the organization's cultural identity and reputation. Having a professional image is as crucial to the agency as their work ethic and successful missions. Good hygiene and appropriate formal attire inspires a cohesive workplace and confidence in those who follow it.

All CIA personnel are obliged to maintain a businesslike appearance to superiors, visitors, and the public. Equally important is the organization of the person's desk and office; janitorial services are limited in the building for security reasons. In other words, it is expected for the agents to clean up after themselves. Supervisors will brief new members of the what's appropriate to wear during the orientation presentations. If a staff member fails to meet the dress code requirements, disciplinary actions will be taken or he/she might be asked to leave the property to meet our designated grooming and attire standards.

Inside the office and when meeting with handlers, regulators, superiors, etc. it is prohibited to wear field uniforms, in order to maintain our workplace appearances. Men are expected to wear on a daily basis a long sleeved shirt, a tie, a tailored sports coat complemented by dress trousers, and dress shoes. Women's uniforms are business dresses, tailored pantsuits, coordinated dressy separates worn with or without a blazer, and closed toe shoes.

In the field, CIA agents are required to wear a standard kevlar vest, different styles are far more liberal in this area. Should the person possess a more effective armor with other materials (i.e adamantium, vibranium, trion) it is acceptable for them to wear that instead of the standard issued body armor.

Related Locations

Box Nine, the CIA holding cell [Greenland]

Boxes One to Eight, locations unrevealed

Current Status

Under repair following an attack made by Katraya working under the Blue Order. On heavy lockdown.

OOC / Rules

  • No unauthorized access to the complex; all that security's there for a reason. The sublevels themselves would be a secret to anyone without some sort of inside access.
  • PM my account for CIA-related stuff.
  • No god-modding, no-selling, or destruction. You know that drill.
  • Have fun :)

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I like it! Nice job! I may have someone come here at some point

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#3  Edited By Geth

Nice.

Didn't Avery Bullock do this already?

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#5  Edited By Maverick_6

@geth:

I've talked to him in a PM and he's generally too busy to come on much anymore. He does want to see something done with the CIA though and he probably wouldn't mind this.

@superior_nobody@lichter:

Have an arch that can be done here, if you wanna do somethin' :)

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@admirallogic: Weird Al. Nice.

In other news, Mr. Blade is employed here, so, yeah.

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@geth said:

@admirallogic: Weird Al. Nice.

In other news, Mr. Blade is employed here, so, yeah.

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#12  Edited By Synergy_X

If Trump becomes POTUS will we call regime change 'Your fireds'?

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@synergy_x: I think we'll be too busy fighting each other for beef jerky and canned beans to RP. ;)

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Great! Now I know where to attack!

Actually I do feel this could be really good for canon as well. Assuming more comes out of the CIA and the LoS (and Abby), this helps to make the CIA party feel more concrete in concept, in terms of CVnU. And in general, having a thread/location for your faction is generally always a good move.

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Great! Now I know where to attack!

Actually I do feel this could be really good for canon as well. Assuming more comes out of the CIA and the LoS (and Abby), this helps to make the CIA party feel more concrete in concept, in terms of CVnU. And in general, having a thread/location for your faction is generally always a good move.

Oh please, you'd never hurt Lichter. He's far too sweet :1

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@lichter: If he and his old man are coming after me I'm at least going for broken bones.

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#19  Edited By Longshanks

Nice work.

Did someone make one for the Pentagon?

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@arquitenens: Well, just remember that nobody knows he ratted them out yet.

Also, he totally requested that they spare her life :P

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@lichter: Tch! Who're you telling? I'm the queen of non-metagaming! Eff outta here with that!

Well, for his sake I hope "spare her life" is code for "leave her the hell alone." Or else. -____-

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@lichter: Not gonna stop Sparrow though lol

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@lichter: Tch! Who're you telling? I'm the queen of non-metagaming! Eff outta here with that!

Well, for his sake I hope "spare her life" is code for "leave her the hell alone." Or else. -____-

Yeah, about that...

@lichter: Not gonna stop Sparrow though lol

Do as I command!!!

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#24  Edited By Arquitenens

@lichter: You are paving a road to Hell, I hope you know...

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@lichter: You think you;re the one with the power in this relationship?

Hah! Sparrow could stab you six ways to Saturday before you laid a finger on your precious death ray.

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*Sniffs, goes to sink the nonexistent Lichter/Abby ship*

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@lichter: You are paving a road to Hell, I hope you know...

And it makes him all the more interesting ;)

@lichter: You think you;re the one with the power in this relationship?

Hah! Sparrow could stab you six ways to Saturday before you laid a finger on your precious death ray.

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@lichter: Waitwaitwait.

You;re coming to the defense of the guy who has been in ONE FIGHT against the guy who has trained his whole life and has abut ten times his weaponry and experience as a fighter and assassin.

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@subject47: It's not about fighting skill. It's about subtlety ;)

Sparrow's about as subtle as Snoop Dogg at an airhorn convention. First thing he did after meeting Lichter was ask him to help betray the League.

"Hey random guy, wanna help me kill your friends?" ;)

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@lichter: ...

Well, maybe that was why he requested the assignment to pick him up. It was his sinister plan all along!

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@lichter: Did you....did you get the "good intentions" reference? Did you get it? Because I made that for you. [Oh yeah, OOC I'm loving it. Compelling characters.]

@dreadpool10:Oh yeah...That was you, wasn't it?

Heh, shipping Zauby....Clearly you have never sailed with me before.

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@arquitenens: I got it ;)

Thanks for the compliment. Couldn't have done any of this without you!

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@lichter: Delighted to be of assistance! And looking forward to seeing how far this goes.

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#37  Edited By Lichter

@arquitenens: I don't know exactly where it'll go. I'm just gonna let it flow.

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@dreadpool10:Oh yeah...That was you, wasn't it?

Heh, shipping Zauby....Clearly you have never sailed with me before.

Now teeechnically... *Dabbles in a psychology explanation about how you mentioned it first so it must have already had some place in your thoughts*

???

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@arquitenens said:

@dreadpool10:Oh yeah...That was you, wasn't it?

Heh, shipping Zauby....Clearly you have never sailed with me before.

Now teeechnically... *Dabbles in a psychology explanation about how you mentioned it first so it must have already had some place in your thoughts*

???

I love it when things get weird
I love it when things get weird

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@lichter: Precisely!

@dreadpool10:Yeah, nuh, that Sigmund Freud crap doesn't work on me. My understanding was simply understanding of the signs that you people [yes "you people"] were sending out. I've seen the patterns. Even Mav noticed them. Now get your mongrel ass back in line.

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#41  Edited By _Drake

Certain secret agencies don't care about your missing pet, we do.

Odd Jobs Drake - caring since 2016.
Odd Jobs Drake - caring since 2016.

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#42  Edited By Lichter

@_drake: Get yer Chinese cartoons outta here!

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#43  Edited By _Drake

Certain secret agencies think they're above other countries, we don't.

Odd Jobs Drake - supporting equality since 2016.
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Lichter's Office

Having finally been granted access to a room of his own, the Lichter Legacy had taken the time to install his own desk and computer, on which he was currently hard at work organizing a new group of files. His most important annotations, such as his personal journals, were always hard copies, never transcribed to the screen; but he could still appreciate the value of the CIA's internal network when it came to logistics work. He'd signed in using the ID Donn had given him, and he was in no way looking to cause any sort of trouble within the system; instead, he'd simply gather information from looking at the screen.

His ID marked him at a lower security clearance level, but with subsequent missions, he had no doubt his access to the system would rise. At present, he could view most of the files within the system, but not open them, and of course, any attempt to analyze them through a specific program would be instantly picked up upon. Instead, he went to work developing his own files to be added later, including data on Castle Lichter and a few pertinent points regarding the logistics of the League of Shadows. Over his ears, massive headphones pulsated with the sounds of newer electronic-bass based music. He spent most of his time listening to classical, but he'd found an appreciation for the bass-heavy "step" music in recent times.

Clicking "enter" for the last time, he spun around in his chair twice before sliding over to his filing cabinet, the wheels on the bottom of his seat carrying him through what had previously been but a storeroom. He figured it was bigger than most offices now, his personal little cubicle. Removing one of his novels, he pushed off the cabinet, spinning back over to his desk. Kicking his feet up onto the top of the desk, he opened the book, leaning far back in the chair.

At first the CIA Headquarters had seemed a dark and intimidating place, but now, with his own little office, and the security clearance needed to truly call himself an agent? It was beginning to feel like the comfortable nest he needed.

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@lichter: (this is dope, tell Hound too lol)

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Lichter's Office: Post-STRIKE Assassination Incident

Klaus had watched the assault take place with great fascination, witnessing a complete mystery man take on STRIKE's director, a woman of equal mystique labeled in her files only as Tyrus. It was a suicidal engagement, the would-be assassin bursting through her door in a vain attempt to gun down one of the world's leading intelligence officers. Rather than accept capture and interrogation, he'd willingly blown up the STRIKE Helicarrier's aft engines, blasting his body into the ocean beneath and wounding the Director. Klaus had spent the past hour attempting to decipher the motivation behind the attack, as well as the dead man's identity. They'd not yet recovered the body, and it was possible that the corpse would reveal clues of the man's origin, but Klaus doubted he'd have direct access to the cadaver. Morbid as it was, his fascination with this mystery overrode any reservations he'd have about inspecting a dead human body.

The plethora of dead ends regarding the man's origin had instead lead him to pursue a new field of inquiry, and that would be Tyrus herself. Her file was remarkably sparse, devoid of any personal information and extremely vague when it came to her combat capabilities. Even her genetic makeup was in question; typically, agents could be labeled as homo sapiens, mutants, or undefined extranormals. Tyrus, it seemed, was above such petty classifications.

What's she so eager to hide? he wondered, sipping from his coffee, and spinning back to the second monitor. He had three set up at his desk, each one running a separate task. One was currently scanning any available databases for facial recognition match with the mystery man, and another currently had Tyrus' blank STRIKE file opened up. STRIKE would be monitoring any file he accessed, of course, but nobody knew it was him specifically; they would see only that the CIA had the files in question opened. With the recent attack on the helicarrier, this would be perfectly justifiable. Cooperation between the two organizations was only natural, after all. But for there to be cooperation, there would need to be trust, and for Klaus to trust Tyrus, well, he'd need to know what she was concealing.

I wonder...

Moving back to the first computer, he stopped the scan, instead re-configuring the program to work with Tyrus' face. Even her STRIKE profile lacked a distinct model, so he couldn't copy her image from their; he'd have to recreate it himself, with footage from the attack. Using the various camera angles, he zoomed in on Tyrus' head, rotating every available angle and taking screencaptures of each. Next, he used software to combine the multiple images into one three-dimensional headshot, which he then exported to the facial-recognition program. If the CIA had any files on Tyrus, he'd have them soon enough.

He sat in silence, leaning backwards in his wheeled office chair. Idly, he tapped his fingers together, staring at the glowing screens...

*Ding.*

Sitting up quickly, he pulled himself back to the desk, shocked to have a result so soon. Tapping away frantically at the keys, he opened up the search results, finding an image of Tyrus' face stamped on a hard-copy file, which would be available in the lower levels.

A hard copy file? This is old. Very old. Or very secret.

He dashed from his chair to the door, slipping out of what had previously been but a storeroom. He straightened his tie as he went, mindful of the dress-code, and spun to take an elevator to the lower levels. Tapping his foot impatiently, he exited the elevator, waving his identification over several scanners and checking in with the three guards at the door to one of many file rooms. They may have scowled, but his papers were in order. Striding through the long, dark hallways, cabinets lining either side, he approached the labelled section, opening the cabinet and retrieving the questionable file.

Moments later, he was back in his office, pushing his other notes to the side and laying the folder on his desk. It was a classic CIA masterpiece, the kind you'd see in any thriller. Black-and-white photos, a large "classified" stamp on the cover...and yes, a picture of Director Tyrus herself. But she wasn't referred to as Tyrus...no, no, she had another name. Her real name.

"Hmmm," he murmured to himself, spreading out the contents of the folder, and taking another drink of the coffee. He wondered if anyone else at the CIA had made the same connection...

Interesting indeed.

Done with permission from @tyrus_, of course

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*draws wiener on the wall of the HQ*