The Hunting Pack deals with a society growing beyond their comprehension and control. Tensions rise between the leaders. Can the Pack hold together? What course of action will they take in guiding Nagalisitu? When it is all done, perhaps they will be unable to live with themselves…
While excavating land around Catholic church near Norfolk, Virginia as part of a larger renovation, local construction workers have unearthed a strange burial site. Inside a hillside crypt nearly 200 yards from the church, workers found nearly 30 skeletal remains arranged in a circle along the walls of the crypt. Each skeleton was found to have had it’s skull removed and placed in front of a central skeleton holding a long blade with spiral etching. Initial observations from friendlies on the site have determined that the blade may be a point of concern. Delta Green activates a cell to investigate the site and identify any potential vectors.
The leaders of the Hunting Pack have decided that Nagalisitu needs warriors to strengthen its people and teach them in the art of war. They know that a penal legion could easily be recruited if someone could extract them from their current location. Rescuing besieged soldiers requires a bit of skulduggery, but if there’s one thing the Hunting Pack is good at, it’s underhanded schemes!
Having unearthed far more than they wished, the grandchildren of the fallen Shelby Matriarch take matters into their own hands to determine the accepted disposition of her assets . . . and the truth. Will they follow the letter of the law? Will they mete out their own justice? Or will they act for their own benefit in this confusing matter?
In order to prove that evil exists and the faith is necessary, the Hunting Pack is mounting an expedition to an unexplored region of Nagalisitu. Many have tried, but none have returned. Something dark and dangerous lurks in the wilderness and the Hunting Pack is determined to find and stop it, no matter the cost.