Father Landry

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One Chip Equals:
Loyalty 1 - 30 hours of downtime or 600 nuyen
Loyalty 2 - 27 hours of downtime or 540 nuyen
Loyalty 3 - 24 hours of downtime or 480 nuyen
Loyalty 4 - 21 hours of downtime or 420 nuyen
Loyalty 5 - 18 hours of downtime or 360 nuyen
Loyalty 6 - 15 hours of downtime or 300 nuyen
You can spend downtime or nuyen to pay back chips, or pay your contacts nuyen for services directly.


Redmond Catholic Priest (Service - Other), Connection 3 (Public)

Common Dice Pools: Medicine 19 [6], Etiquette 9 [4], Automatics 7 [8], Perception 8 [6], First Aid 15 [6], Performance 6 [4], Navigation 8 [6], Instruction 8 [4].
(Eight hours of safe work costs a chip)

Father Landry is a very bad Christian. He had a son before becoming a priest, never was in a marriage for said child, of course, and broke all kinds of tenets in order to provide his son with an acceptable future, even going so far as to hire runners and break the sanctity of confession. Nonetheless, though, Landry lives in Redmond, somewhere between Touristville and Plastic Jungles, and does his best to provide for the people - perhaps as some sort of repentance for sins in a previous life. Organizing a parish in Redmond isn't that easy, but thankfully some gangers don't forget the neighborhood that they live in, and so among a few, the Cutters steadily provide support for the Christians. It's more of a community where religion doesn't matter as much; the community aspect is a lot more relevant. Landry has been given access to many boltholes all across Redmond and liberally will make use of them for friends and those in need.

For a chip, he will give you access to a bolthole for (Loyalty) days. Alternatively, he can make use of his knowledge of medicine. Of course you are always welcome at his church in the Barrens without paying a chip or anything. He might not be happy about you drawing heat there, though.

What Are Friends For? At loyalty 4, if, at the beginning of the month, you owe this contact exactly one chip, you no longer owe them that chip. You can have multiple contacts with this ability, and they all work.

B A R S W L I C Edg Ess
6 4 4 6 2 6 2 1 2 6

Skills: Medicine 7, Etiquette 6, Automatics 3, Perception 3, First Aid 3, Performance 3, Navigation 6, Instruction 5.
(Eight hours of safe work costs a chip)

Skill Pools: Medicine 19 [6], Etiquette 9 [4], Automatics 7 [8], Perception 8 [6], First Aid 15 [6], Performance 6 [4], Navigation 8 [6], Instruction 8 [4].
(Eight hours of safe work costs a chip)

Knowledge Skills: Religion 6, The Catholic Church 7, Redmond 4, Street Gangs 5, Yakuza 4, Charities 5.
(They'll generally tell you what they know for a chip)

Knowledge Skill Pools: Religion 12 [6], The Catholic Church 13 [6], Redmond 10 [6], Street Gangs 11 [6], Yakuza 6 [6], Charities 7 [6].
(They'll generally tell you what they know for a chip)

Ask around 4 [7] (Asking around costs at least two chips). For some topics, the contact has more dice: Medicine 10 [7], Religion 9 [7], The Catholic Church 10 [7], Redmond 7 [7], Street Gangs 8 [7], Yakuza 7 [7], Charities 8 [7].
Networking 12 [7]. (Networking generally costs two chips)
Find Gear 2 [7]. (Finding gear costs a chip)

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Facts about "Father Landry"
Connection3 +
Contact PermissionsPublic +
Contact TitleRedmond Catholic Priest +
Contact TypeService - Other +
First special ability descAt loyalty 4, if, at the beginning of the month, you owe this contact exactly one chip, you no longer owe them that chip. You can have multiple contacts with this ability, and they all work. +
First special ability nameWhat Are Friends For? +