Posts Tagged ‘play’

Act I. Sc. 3: All pictures lead to…

April 4, 2008

Charlie - cell phoneChef Ludwig: Yes, that’s the same picture she sent me earlier.

Charlie: Falbala has sent you this picture?

Chef Ludwig: Yes, just before that stranger came in.

Stan: Did she tell you why?

Chef Ludwig: No, again we were cut off, like just now.

Charlie (looking at the screen): Oh, Stan! That’s the picture that came up when you punched in those coordinates from the sheet at the library. It’s the Roman Forum!

Stan
: There’s a reason Falbala keeps sending us this picture…

Charlie: Yep, it’s definitely time to hit the road.

Pedro (who had been also looking at the screen): May I go with you? I think I can be of help…

Stan: Oh? How?

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Act I. Sc. 3: Falbala calling

April 2, 2008

Charlie: How would a Venezuelan get to Spain in the 16th century?
Charlie - Falbala on the phone
Chef Ludwig’s phone rings.

Pedro: It’s a long story…

Chef Ludwig: Hallo?.. Falbala! Where are you, liebschen? Yes, yes..they’re here…Hang on… Charlie!

Charlie takes the phone from Chef Ludwig.

Charlie: Falbala? Where are you? We’ve been looking for you. Where?… Speak up! I can’t hear you…What?…Go where?…You’re sending me what?…Falbala, I can’t hear you…Falbala?…Falbala?…

Stan: What’s going on?

Charlie
: She hung up.

Stan: What did she say?

Charlie: I couldn’t hear much of it. There was such a din in the background. It was something about a forum… Or a column?…

The phone beeps.

Stan: There’s a message coming in…

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Act I. Sc. 3: The rosary

April 1, 2008

Jet Rosary - WikipediaPedro: A family member was traveling through Spain and was robbed while staying in one of the inns.

Stan: Was he a merchant?

Pedro: No, a missionary.

Charlie: Oh? Is your family Spanish?

Pedro: No. Venezuelan.

Charlie and Stan look at each other, confused.

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Act I. Sc. 3: The heirloom

March 31, 2008

Pedro: A family heirloom.

Stan: What kind of heirloom?

Pedro (hesitating) :  It’s a pendant. It’s believe to have been in the family for centuries.

Charlie: What happened to it?

Pedro: It disappeared sometime in the 16th century.

Charlie: How?

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Act I. Sc. 3: Something?

March 30, 2008

Pedro (hesitating):  I am also searching for something…

Charlie: Oh? What kind of something?

Act I. Sc. 3: The quest

March 29, 2008

Charlie: Me?

Stan: Why her?

Pedro: I don’t know. All he said is that I needed to show you this map. That you needed it for the quest.

Charlie: The quest?

Stan: Why did you agree to this?

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Act I. Sc. 3: Run and tell that

March 28, 2008

Charlie CooperPedro: Now, it seems one original map has been found.

Charlie: Did he tell you where?

Stan: And, how do they know it’s authentic?

Pedro: I asked him that, and again he did not answer.

Charlie: So, where does that leave us?

Pedro: Exactly. I asked him, why tell me all of this? He replied that someone else needed to know about these maps, and I should be the one to tell that person.

Stan: Did he say who that person was?

Pedro (motioning to Charlie): Yes, you.

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Act I. Sc. 3: The forgotten

March 27, 2008

Pedro: He hesitated again and finally said that strong evidence has recently surfaced about a set of complete maps.

Stan: I’m still not sure about the significance of all of this…

Pedro: Over the centuries, maps have been copied and passed on. It is believed that some lairs, where shipments were sometimes kept between pickups, may have been dropped in the copying process and forgotten.

Charlie: Ahhhh….I think I’m starting to understand…

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Act I. Sc. 3: One map

March 26, 2008

Guido _ Coffee with PedroPedro: He asked me if I had ever seen a complete map of a network. I said no, as far as I knew, they did not exist. He smiled.

Charlie: Then what?

Pedro: He came to speak, then stopped. So I asked him why was he so interested in the map. He replied he was not the only one who was interested. I asked him who else would be in this old map? He smiled again.

Stan:  Again?

Pedro: Yes. So again I asked him who? He asked me if somebody else had approached me about the map. I said no.

Charlie: Not exactly forthcoming with information, was he?

Pedro:  No. So I asked him point blank: Is there a full map I should be aware of? And if so, why were so many people interested in it?

Stan: What did he say?

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Act I. Sc. 3: The friend

March 25, 2008

Chef Ludwig: That sounds like the guy that was here before you showed up.
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Stan: Really? Pedro, did he introduce himself?

Pedro: I did ask his name, but he just said “a friend”.

Charlie: What did he say about the map?

Pedro: He started by asking me what I knew about it. So I told him what I told you.

Charlie: When did he tell you about the complete map?

Pedro: Well, he didn’t exactly come out and say that…

Stan: What did he say, then?

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