How marketable would it be if I started screaming to the people to rebel against their corporate masters?
After crashing a party and having a bit of fun, the party meets with Edward White, learning that superheroes to operate without being made swiss cheese by the police, need a very extensive superhero licence. After being creeped out my White’s marketing eye for superheroing, they decide to refuse his sponsorship offer, and instead try to go “Indie”.
Their current plan is to take out as many supervillains possible, on the down low, and re-sell their equipment until they manage to make enough to buy superhero licences.
The first step is getting a radio scanner… fortunately Jim Duggan‘s daughter, Stacey Duggan, is an… acquaintance… of Coyote. He calls her for a makeout-session, which serves as a distraction for Akagi and Bo to sneak in the house and steal a police radio. While doing so they also end up discovering that Jim Duggan has a locked down room full with all kind of weapons, that don’t seem like standard issues from the RCMU.