Exchanges in Intrigue (Tag Reilly)

Posted Jan. 21, 2023, 8:47 p.m. by Civilian Eryn Romanov (Colonial Intelligence Agent) (Jennifer Ward)

Posted by Civilian Jason Reilly (Assistant Director - Colonial Intelligence) in Exchanges in Intrigue (Tag Reilly)

Posted by Civilian Eryn Romanov (Colonial Intelligence Agent) in Exchanges in Intrigue (Tag Reilly)
It had been several days. There was no need to give Reilly the impression she was overly curious or worried. He had had time to fi d dwellings, Davivica had sent a note thanking her for the recommendation. Such behavior was expected when dealing with the eccentrically famous, Eryn. Davivica said not a word otherwise. She was paid for discretion. The woman would have made a great spy in a different life.

Eryn, or today Marisa Kent, a young early 30’s human woman, with long curly rainbow dyed hair, warm brown eyes, and sun-kissed skin exited the little bakery. A glass of milk and a whole decadent red velvet giant cupcake in hand. Marisa was a wedding planner and she just knew she would become famous planning weddings for all those falling madly in love on the wild frontier of the Federation.

Marisa made the 3 block walk to the rent by the day office spaces. She couldn’t afford a permanent office, yet. She picked up her key at the desk and made her way up to one of the quieter floors. Once inside, Eryn swept the room, set up a couple of portable security devices and anti spy gear.

Reilly had said to reach out to her contacts on Risa, and ask them about a jeweler named Marguerite. Eryn had found her and right now she was placing a call to the the woman. The information the woman held was supposed to ease Eryn’s worry, she was skeptical. Kodek had been absent for a few days. He could be resting, he may have taken a private job. Right now this wasn’t an emergency requiring her contact him immediately. But as soon as she saw him, she would inform him of this newest development.


The call connected to a jewelry store on Risa called, of course, Marguerite’s. Her contacts told her it was a small shop that was known locally for distinctive and well made custom pieces of incredibly high quality and detail. The owner was an older Bjoran woman who had had arrived on Risa just after the Dominion War.

The screen came to life and a woman matching the description smiled and said “Hello? May I help you?”


Marissa smiled brightly, “You are Marguerite, yes? I was told you make custom pieces for Rigelian wedding bracelets and that for something truly stunning they should be made with ‘Isle of White.’“


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