Vondy Posted September 20, 2004 Report Share Posted September 20, 2004 The Game I'm starting an solo-espionage game with some pulp undercurrents for my wife. It will center around the adventures of a female Mossad agent who works for the Mossad's special operations division, also known as Metzada (spelled "Masada" by Anglos). Metzada specializes in assassination, sabotage, and psychological warfare operations. It is intended to globe-trot and get pulpy from time to time (most likely with some occult or weird science issues comming into play). The character she envisioned is one part James Bond, one part Chow Yun Fat, and one part Lara Croft. She's a fan of the TV show Alias (we don't own a TV, but she rented all of them and watched them on the computer) so it wouldn't suprise me if it sometimes goes that direction a bit. I thought I'd keep track of the game and info here in this very thread. As for the thread title: the character's first name is Zevah, which is Hebrew (feminine tense) for "Wolf" or "She Wolf." Zev Wolff (Wolf Wolff, what a name) is a famous chassid (circa 1780) from the lubavitch chassidic movement. I meet a Zevah now and again, but its rare. Based on that we named the campaign, adventure serial, whatever, "The She Wolf Files." Anyways, away we go! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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