Necessary Evil: Temporary Ethics Fault

Heroes Novelty Shop and Roberts Petroleum Chemical Plant

Heroes Novelty Shop

Operation: Blue Shield
Signature: Admiral Veronica Triton

Unnamed cell made contact with the Hippocratic Oath and then performed a theft on a street vendor of black market drugs. The two criminals, Oswald and Glaive, are superhumans unknown to Omega at this time. Cell killed both superhumans and retrieved the required pharmaceuticals for the Oath. This has sealed the agreement – the Oath will perform limited medical interventions for Omega.

Mission is a success.

Signatory’s Addendum

The cell’s lack of a name is becoming obnoxious.

We can confirm that the two criminals are known to Omega. They are former members of an Omega cell that was raided and believed destroyed. Further information is unavailable at this time.

Roberts Petroleum Chemical Plant

Operation: Songline
Signature: REDACTED

To begin with, I submit my strong objection to the fact that the Omega cell performed two operations in as many days.

The cell made contact with the Roberts Plant foreman, and obtained entry. They began a wireless hack to try to silently compromise V’sori data. The operation went well, but there are sketchy details at this time. According to one source, the sound of a high-powered sniper rifle from some distance away was audible, though the K’tharen did not recognize it as such.

The operation was interrupted by a man in black armor named Shane Bismarck, a known criminal. He was brought down by the K’tharen and nearly apprehended. At that point, further wireless hacking was impossible. With the alarm raised, the cell departed immediately, killing one V’sori and two K’tharen in the process. They retrieved Shane Bismarck, who is now a member of the cell.

At some point during the mission, Nicolas Lusk disappeared. No attempts to track him down have been successful.

Signatory’s Addendum

Lusk is nowhere to be found. His CommLink was discovered smashed three blocks from the plant. No form of tracing has found him. The origin of the gunshot is unknown.

Doctor Destruction is en route to contact and indoctrinate Shane Bismarck.

Kessler Building

Operation: Free Exchange
Signature: Me’mur

Cell infiltrated the Kessler Building as planned on the assigned day. Alert was raised almost immediately by heavy explosive. Accoustic signature of detonation is consistent with V’sori fusion grenade. Cell killed every K’tharen guard present in the office building and escaped with two crates of V’sori three dimensional processors. Cell also RESTRICTED SECURITY DATA.

Two survivors were allowed to live. One bore witness to the cell’s activity only on the ground floor, and is deemed a nonsecurity risk. One RESTRICTED SECURITY DATA, named VX. VX was retrieved and is now working for Omega. RESTRICTED SECURITY DATA

The mission is deemed a success.

Signatory’s Addendum

The cell failed to obey orders, and allowed two witnesses to escape. The receptionist is pointless, and trivially easy to kill, although I have no idea why further action against her is not authorized. VX, on the other hand, is a dangerous witness, an increase in RESTRICTED SECURITY DATA. He should not have been allowed to escape, even in Omega custody.

Reply by Dr. Destruction


Southpoint Prisoner Transfer Center

Operation: Jail Break
Signature: REDACTED

Cell contacted by Doctor Destruction. All members of the cell volunteered to enter Omega prior to reaching terminal velocity. They were dispatched into the Transfer Center and went to work. All drones destroyed – K’tharen guard were elsewhere, having been distracted by the rescue of the cell.

Doctor Revelation and Brutality were seriously but not critically injured. Greater medical resources may be needed in the future for this cell.

Cell completed mission in liberating Mindjack. However, cell exceeded mission parameters in rescuing all prisoners except for one identified tentatively as Lord Ripflesh. Twelve prisoners were ferried away by Doctor Destruction himself.

Mission deemed success.

Supplemental Report

Identity of prisoners rescued has been tallied.

Spiro Halikas: Cab driver. No known superpowers. No useful skills.
D-Pack: Member of the Fourth Street Brujahs. No known superpowers. Wanted on five counts of attempted murder, three counts of aggrivated assault, and three counts of aggrivated sexual assault.
Professor Yesteryear
Handgemeen: Dutch superhero, approximately thirteen years of age. Civilian identity unknown. Name translates as “Scuffle”. Known to work with a group of other juvenile superheroes. Manifested powers during or immediately after V’sori invasion.
Crystal Wen: High school freshman. No known superpowers. No useful skills.
Blue Rose
Sergei Nigdeski: Retired gourmand. No known superpowers. Wealthy.
Raven: Sorcerous supervillain. No major achievements.


Sergei Nidgeski’s identity fails. His assets are sham assets, having been suddenly cleared out. Analysis indicates that “Nigdeski” actually means “from nowhere” in Russian. Despite careful analysis, no biological traces of “Sergei” could be found aboard the transport. He has disappeared and left no trace of his passing.


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