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Shadow Cabinet Vol 1 2

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Shadow Cabinet Vol 1 2

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"Female Trouble": Iota, Donner and Blitzen are called to the Shadowspire by Iron Butterfly, who wants to take down a white-slave trafficking organization


Quote1 Like I'm not bulletproof. Quote2
-- Donner



Appearing in "Female Trouble"

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Villains:

  • Stavros Kudirka (Single appearance)
  • Zbigniew Ryzk (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "Female Trouble"

Iota, Donner and Blitzen are called to the Shadowspire by Iron Butterfly, who wants to take down a white-slave trafficking organization in Russia. She apparently plans to do this without Dharma's consent in using team resources and facilities. Donner is sent undercover, and begins acting as an escort of sorts to one of the organization leaders, Kudirka. After a minor sting operation involving the smuggling of Iota into Kudirka's room to steal his files, Donner and Blitzen begin destroying the complex, along with the help of Iron Butterfly. The police are called, and all of the guilty parties are arrested when dangerous narcotics are found in their possession, planted by Iota to force the Police to intervene.
Afterwards, it is revealed that Dharma was in fact aware of the mission, and that Iron Butterfly had brought the idea up to him that the Cabinet agents would work better in an environment where they thought they were working behind his back, to which he agrees.



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