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== Missions ==
 
== Missions ==
{{Mission Common Recover the tome from the Vahzilok}}
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{{Mission:Common - Recover the tome from the Vahzilok}}
{{Mission Common Interrogate some Outcasts on the street}}
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{{Mission:Common - Interrogate some Outcasts on the street}}
{{Mission Common Defeat Outcasts in Steel Canyon}}
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{{Mission:Common - Defeat Outcasts in Steel Canyon}}
{{Mission Common Go to Faultline and stop the Vahzilok raids}}
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{{Mission:Common - Go to Faultline and stop the Vahzilok raids}}
{{Mission Common Recover the Talisman of Jiang Li}}
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{{Mission:Common - Recover the Talisman of Jiang Li}}
{{Mission Common Hit the streets and cull the numbers of the Vahzilok}}
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{{Mission:Common - Hit the streets and cull the numbers of the Vahzilok}}
{{Mission Common Go to Boomtown and stop the Outcasts from harassing the populace}}
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{{Mission:Common - Go to Boomtown and stop the Outcasts from harassing the populace}}
{{Mission Common Stop the Vahzilok from making off with Steel Canyon citizens}}
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{{Mission:Common - Stop the Vahzilok from making off with Steel Canyon citizens}}
  
 
== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==

Revision as of 23:44, 21 September 2011

Overview

Olivia Chung
Olivia Chung.jpg
Publisher
Zone Steel Canyon
Coordinates (-2902, -68, -2384)
Level Range 15-19
Introduced By == Level 10-14 ==
Sanjay Chandra
Alfonse Rubel
Wilson Zucco
== Level 15-19 ==
Fareed Abdullah
Wyatt Anderson
Kong Bao
Sgt. Suzanne Bernhard
Tom Bowden
Vitaly Cherenko
Guy Denson
Mark Freeman
Cho Ge
Maggie Greene
Virginia Hoffman
Thao Ku
Jake Montoya
Karen Parker
Colleen Saramago
Warren Trudeau
Introduces == Level 15-19 ==
Fareed Abdullah
Wyatt Anderson
Kong Bao
Sgt. Suzanne Bernhard
Tom Bowden
Vitaly Cherenko
Guy Denson
Mark Freeman
Cho Ge
Maggie Greene
Virginia Hoffman
Thao Ku
Jake Montoya
Karen Parker
Colleen Saramago
Warren Trudeau
== Level 20-24 ==
Jim Bell
Dennis Ewell
Tyler French
Amanda Loomis
Hinckley Rasmussen
Lt. Manuel Ruiz
Enemy Groups Badge villain cot.png Circle of Thorns
Badge villain hellions.png Hellions
Badge villain outcasts.png Outcasts
Badge villain tsoo.png Tsoo
Badge villain vahzilok.png Vahzilok
Badges Badge stature 03.png Plague Stopper Badge
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Olivia Chung is a hero contact in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Steel Canyon at coordinates (-2902, -68, -2384). Olivia Chung is a Mutation origin contact. Her level range is 15-19.

Introductions

Contact Introduced By

Level 10-14

Level 15-19

Contact Introduces

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You should meet a friend of mine.

Level 15-19

There's a technology expert named Fareed Abdullah you should talk to. He's a very interesting guy and knows a great deal about the Clockwork and the Lost. Fareed deals with folks out of Steel Canyon these days.

Fareed is very kind and courteous.

There's a great young historian you should talk to named Wyatt Anderson. He's an expert on the history of all things super-powered, and he can be a big help to new heroes like you. He's especially interested in taking down the Clockwork and the Trolls. Wyatt's research has him in Steel Canyon these days.

Wyatt has a wealth of information.

There's a Hmong businessman named Kong Bao who's a real leader in his community. You should talk to him. I'm sure you'd find him quite helpful, especially when it comes to the Tsoo and the Circle of Thorns. Mr. Kong has strong ties to Skyway City.

You will be helping a great man, Character.

I suggest you go speak to Sgt. Suzanne Bernhard in the street crimes division. She's a good person to know, especially when you're dealing with the Tsoo or the Council. Sgt. Bernhard works the desk in Skyway City.

Suzanne always has her eyes on the streets.

You should meet Tom Bowden. He's an NSA agent recently assigned to Paragon City. His first assignment is trying to crack the Clockwork puzzle, but he also has a chip on his shoulder for the Lost. Tom's government connections have him in Steel Canyon these days.

Tom is very focused, and knows what he is doing.

Have you ever met Vitaly Cherenko, the mystic healer? He's a walking hospital, only he uses magic instead of bandages. You should talk to him and see if you can help each other defeat the Tsoo and the Circle of Thorns. Vitaly can usually be found in Skyway City.

Many people don't understand the work Vitaly is doing, but that doesn't mean it's not important.

I know a courier named Guy Denson who would like to meet you. He runs all over town delivering important packages, and he's helped lots of heroes with the Clockwork and the Lost. Guy's routes have him in Steel Canyon now.

Guy will steer you to the heart of trouble.

Mark Freeman is a mutant with the ability to communicate with machines. He has been focusing his attention on the Clockwork activity lately, altough he's also interested in the mysterious Lost. Mark makes his home in Skyway City.

Mark can be a little brusque, but he has a connection that no one else can possibly match.

I know this guy, his name's Cho Ge. He's a little shady. He even used to be a gangster, but these days he's working for the good guys. He knows everything about the Tsoo and the Council. Cho Ge hangs out in Skyway City nowadays.

As long as you watch your step with Cho Ge, you will benefit from his knowledge

Maggie Greene is a class act and a good reporter. She'll do good by you. Her investigations have led her to focus on the Clockwork and the Trolls. Maggie files her reports in Skyway City.

Maggie has better instincts than almost anyone I know. Listen to her and you will have plenty of action.

You'd never guess it to look at her, but the sculptor Virginia Hoffman really knows a lot about what's going on in this town, especially with the Tsoo and the Circle of Thorns. You should talk to her. Ms. Hoffman lives in Steel Canyon these days.

Virginia is very eccentric, but she has a good heart and is really interested in doing the right thing.

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Did you ever hear of the Red Tiger? He retired right after the war, and now he's just Jake Montoya. He may not wear a costume anymore, but he can sure help those who do, especially with information on the Clockwork and the Trolls. Jake has retired to Skyway City.

Jake has his eye out for new blood to take up the mantle of heroism.

Detective Karen Parker has a great reputation as a tough but fair-minded cop. If you're respectful and show her you're competent, I'm sure she'll be happy to work with you on the Tsoo and Council. Detective Parker investigates crimes out of the Skyway City precinct.

Detective Parker can be harsh, but only when it's warranted.

Do you have any contacts with Hero Corps yet? Even if you do, you should really talk to Colleen Saramago. I think she'd be happy to give you some assignments dealing with the Clockwork and the Trolls. Hero Corps has stationed Colleen in Steel Canyon.

Hero Corps has a very good information network.

FBI Special Agent Warren Trudeau would like to have a word with you. He's particularly eager to work with new heroes like you in combating the Tsoo and the Council. Agent Trudeau is on special assignment to Skyway City.

I think you will find Agent Trudeau to be very helpful.

Level 20-24

Have you ever read any of Jim Bell's articles in the paper? He's a great reporter who's been doing a lot of articles on the Tsoo and the Warriors. Jim has access to Training Enhancements.

Jim is outspoken and opinionated, but he is extremely well informed.

Do you ever read Dennis Ewell's columns? He's quite a writer, and he told me he'd like your help taking out the Tsoo and the Warriors. Dennis has access to Training Enhancements.

Dennis isn't convinced that the heroes of Paragon City are much better than the villains, but he is coming around.

There's an amazing guy named Tyler French who runs a youth sports program; it keeps troubled teens off the streets. He hears a lot and likes to help heroes out, especially with the Tsoo and the Warriors. Tyler has access to Training Enhancements.

Tyler is really great for the kids, Character. Help him out however you can.

The INS has a woman named Amanda Loomis who works well with heroes. She is trying to keep the Tsoo situation from turning any uglier than it already has, and she also has a deep interest in the Warriors. Amanda should be able to get you Training Enhancements.

Amanda likes to use metaphors, but she understands the realities of Paragon City all too well.

I know a rather interesting fellow named Hinckley Rasmussen. He works as a researcher for the Midnight Squad and takes an interest in helping heroes like you fight the Tsoo and the Warriors. Hinckley has access to Training Enhancements.

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Information

Publisher

Olivia Chung was born in Taiwan and moved to the United States with her family when she was ten years old. Ever since, she has lived a life carefully balanced between two cultures, embracing American ways while retaining her Chinese roots. An accomplished entrepreneur and author of several books, it was a natural step for her to start publishing a weekly paper aimed at Asian-Americans and immigrants living in Paragon City. Called the Asian Paragon, this paper is a valuable resource to tens of thousands of readers each week. Publishing the paper has put Olivia in touch with all the strata of the immigrant community in Paragon City. She is especially troubled by the growing power of the Vahzilok, and she's always eager to help police and heroes by telling them whatever she hears through her web of contacts.

Prior to Introduction

I'm so sorry, but I'm on deadline. Try talking to Active Contact if you need a lead.

Initial Contact

I try to help as much as I can, but I am glad you are here. Your strength and skill are needed.

Greeting

  • I want to thank you in advance for helping with these problems.
  • Oh, hello! I have much to tell you.

Too Busy

You're overworked as it is.

No More Missions

I don't have any leads for you; Character. Check with your other contacts.

Store

You are a friend, Character. I have some new Enhancements in my store, if you would crae to look. I am always happy to help such a devoted person. I will give you my private number, if you will promise to use it.

Missing Store Unlock Dialogue

  • Level 15 Mutation/Science Dual Origin Enhancements (200% base costs)
  • Level 20 Mutation/Science Dual Origin Enhancements (200% base costs)

Badge Mission

Template:Mission Badge Plague Stopper

Story Arc

E ICON MeritToken.png Merit Rewards: This activity awards 12 Reward Merits.

The Vahzilok Plague (15-19)

Mission:StoryArc The Vahzilok Plague

Missions

Recover the tome from the Vahzilok

Briefing

I've learned that an Eidolon called (random-boss) has stolen the Tome of (random-god). She's holed up in the Yellow Rose Cosmetics office, along with a bunch of Vahzilok. There's no telling what will happen if they manage to translate that book. I need you to recover the tome from the Vahzilok. You only have 90 minutes to deal with the Vahzilok.

Mission Acceptance

The Tome of (random-god) describes a number of powerful ceremonies. I don't want the Vahzilok performing any of them!

Unnecessary Solicitation

I need you to recover that tome, and quickly!

Mission Objective(s)

Sewer slime is smeared across the foyer's cheery wallpaper

  • Defeat (random-boss) and her minions - 1:30 timed)
    • 7 office workers to rescue, recover the tome

You have defeated the Vahzilok, rescued the office workers, and recovered the Tome of (random-god)

Enemies

Badge villain vahzilok.png Vahzilok

Notable NPCs

Icon clue generic.png
Tome of (random-god)
This tome is dedicated to the ancient god (random-god). It is written in an alphabet that you have never seen before.

Notes

  • The name of the tome and the eidolon can vary.
    • Possible tome names are Bion, Hermes, Ignis, Phobos, Suzerain, and Telos.
    • Possible eidolon names are Carver, Dicer, Filleter, Hunter, and Slicer.

Debriefing

I've heard that the eidolons retain working brains and all the memories of their human lives. I guess the memory of being beautiful must have tortured (random-boss). So she decided to regain her lost looks by performing one of the rituals described in the Tome of (random-god).

It's sad, really. How could anyone trade her life, however short, for a hollow existence as one of Vahzilok's zombies?

Interrogate some Outcasts on the street

Briefing

The Outcasts often move minor artifacts to anyone in the city interested in getting an edge. There's a rumor that they're planning a big auction of magical artifacts, but none of my sources have found anything concrete. Normally the Outcasts are big boasters; when they get quiet, I start to worry. I need someone to interrogate some of the Outcasts on the street. See if you can find out what's going on.

Mission Acceptance

The last thing this city needs is more dangerous mystic items in the hands of the wrong people.

Get information from Outcasts

Unnecessary Solicitation

One of the Outcasts has to know something about this auction.

Mission Objective(s)

  • Get information from Outcasts
    • Defeat 15 Outcasts

One of the Outcasts you defeated was carrying an invitation to an auction.

Icon clue generic.png
Auction advertisement
This is an invitation to an auction of mystic artifacts. It designates the time and place for the auction to commence.

Defeat auctioneer and his crew

Unnecessary Solicitation

You need to stop that auction and recover all the artifacts up for bid.

Mission Objective(s)

There are villains from multiple mystic groups here, all ready to bid on relics of mystic power.

  • Defeat auctioneer and his crew - 1:30 timed
    • 4 artifacts to recover

You have stopped the Outcast's auction.

Enemies

Badge villain outcasts.png Outcasts
Badge villain hellions.png Hellions
Badge villain tsoo.png Tsoo
Badge villain cot.png Circle of Thorns

Notable NPCs

Temporary Powers

During the mission some of the objects you retrieve can be useful against the villains:

Temporary RingofPain.png Ring of Pain Ranged, Foe -Defense, Self Damage over Time
The Ring of Pain is a dark device. It can severely reduce a target's defense at the cost of the owner's health. As the target's defense is lowered, you will continue to lose hit points until you deactivate the ring. The Ring of Pain can remain active for about 10 minutes before it is exhausted of its negative energy.
Temporary ScrollofRuin.png Scroll of Ruin Ranged (Targeted Area of Effect), Foe -Defense
This incantation will drastically reduce the defense of all foes in the affected area. The affected foes become vulnerable and incredibly easy to hit. This scroll possesses powerful dark magics, and its effects are almost impossible to resist or avoid. The Scroll of Ruin can only be used once.
Icon clue generic.png
Artifacts
The artifacts you recovered seem to buzz with power, but you cannot deduce their purpose.

Debriefing

I'm glad you were able to stop this auction. The Outcasts have been putting a lot of these magic items out on the streets lately. They always seem to have a downside or a curse on them, but the Outcasts still seem to find ready buyers. I guess there are a lot of people in this city who are desperate for a little power.

Defeat Outcasts in Steel Canyon

Briefing

The Outcasts have claimed Steel Canyon as their territory, and are terrorizing the streets. It's going to take constant heroic action to keep them from cementing their hold on the entire zone. I need a hero who can get to Steel Canyon and show them that the streets don't belong to them.

The Outcasts don't just think they're above the law, they think that they can make the laws now. If you can defeat about 20 of them, it should help to knock their egos down some. Good luck, Hero.

Mission Objective(s)

  • Defeat Outcasts in Steel Canyon
    • Defeat 20 Outcasts

Debriefing

Great job dealing with those Outcasts, Hero. They're going to be a problem in Steel Canyon for a long time, but you've taught them a lesson today.

Go to Faultline and stop the Vahzilok raids

Briefing

I've learned that the Vahzilok have been raiding the labs and medical centers in Faultline. In the last raid, they took a number of organs that were intended for transplants. You've got to get over to Faultline and stop the Vahzilok raids.

A lot of the raids have taken place in New Overbrook. Start looking for Vahzilok around there.

Mission Objective(s)

  • Combat Vahzilok in Faultline
    • Defeat 15 Vahzilok

You have discouraged the Vahzilok from raiding Faultline's medical centers for human organs.

Debriefing

Thanks for putting down those Vahzilok raids. I'm sure Paragon City's medical community is as grateful as I.

Recover the Talisman of Jiang Li

Briefing

We've got a problem, Character. According to the mystics of MAGI, the Outcasts recently got their hands on the Talisman of Jiang Li. It's a powerful artifact that gives the bearer the power to incinerate those with righteous souls. I can't think of anyone more righteous than the heroes of Paragon City! If the Outcasts figure out how to use that talisman, every hero could be in danger! You've got to recover the Talisman of Jiang Li!

Mission Acceptance

Try seeking the Talisman in Boomtown or Steel Canyon. Those are the zones where the Outcasts usually hang out.

Unnecessary Solicitation

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Mission Objective(s)

  • Recover Talisman of Jiang Li
    • Defeat 15 Outcasts

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Icon clue generic.png
Talisman of Jiang Li
This evil talisman could easily be mistaken for a simple black pebble, were it not for the fact that it burns your hand.

Debriefing

Thanks for recovering this talisman, Character. If you hadn't acted quickly, the Outcasts might have figured out how to use it.

Hit the streets and cull the numbers of the Vahzilok

Briefing

Every time the Vahzilok population increases, so does the disease rate. The hospital wards are filling up, Hero, and something has to be done. I want you to hit the streets and cull the numbers of the Vahzilok. Maybe that will get the city back on the mend.

There are Vahzilok all over Faultline and Steel Canyon. I'd like you to start in those areas.

Mission Objective(s)

  • Stop wave of illnesses
    • Defeat 15 Vahzilok

Debriefing

You did a good job dealing with those Vahzilok, Hero. Thanks to you, the hospitals are clearing up.

Go to Boomtown and stop the Outcasts from harassing the populace

Briefing

I guess you've heard that many of the Outcasts long for the life of a superhero. Well, in Boomtown, they've started acting out their fantasies. I've heard reports of Outcasts harassing civilians for small crimes such as littering, jaywalking, and riding bikes on the sidewalk. Nobody likes a jaywalker, but this is just too much! I want you to get over to Boomtown and stop the Outcasts from harassing the populace.

I'm hearing the most reports from Grenadier and the Cannonade. You should probably start in those neighborhoods.

Mission Objective(s)

  • Combat Outcasts in Boomtown
    • Defeat 15 Outcasts

Debriefing

With their powers, many of the Outcasts could have found work as heroes. It's a pity that they chose a life of crime instead.

Stop the Vahzilok from making off with Steel Canyon citizens

Briefing

The neighborhood watch in Steel Canyon is reporting an increase in Vahzilok kidnappings. Someone has to stop the Vahzilok from making off with Steel Canyon citizens! I need you over there, on the double!

There have been recent incidents in Gimry Ridge and the Copper District. I recommend starting near those neighborhoods.

Mission Objective(s)

  • Combat Vahzilok in Steel Canyon
    • Defeat 15 Vahzilok

Debriefing

It is every hero's job to keep our citizens safe from the Vahzilok. They are an enemy without mercy or regret.

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