Wednesday, May 11, 2011


I woke up early this morning and walked over to Donnie's house. His wife answered the door, crying. I asked her what was wrong, and what happened to Donnie, since he never showed up to meet me last night.

Her tears come streaming down even harder as she tells me.

Donnie is dead.

She said that she found him in their bed last night, a single bullet hole through his head. The police had already been there and cleaned up everything. She said she made a personal call so that the FBI wouldn't be there. She saw how suspicious Donnie was of them, so she did what she could to avoid dealing with them herself.

She doesn't know why Donnie would kill himself like that. But just like with Diana, I don't believe this is suicide. The FBI did this, I can feel it in my heart. I wouldn't be surprised if Fisk himself did this job personally.

I dont know what to do next. Its not like I can take on the FBI by myself. Hell, it'd probably be safer pulling a Darby and go out hunting proxies.

I think I may need some more help. Count, if you read this, I need your advice.

-Lucien Drage
Leader of the Isabel Initiative and the Keeper Alliance
Fighter for the Cause
Survivor of The Threat
Defender of the Scared
Friend of the Free-willed
Brother to All


  1. I don't think Slender could force someone to commit suicide.
    Survival instincts would not allow it.
    Leaving two options.
    Option one.
    Donnie was put in a no win situation and ended it on his terms instead of those of Slender.
    Option two.
    Donnie was killed by a proxie who is very good at what they do.
    If Slender killed him then he would be hanging on a tree.
    Most proxies just kill and leave without hiding what they have done.
    Be careful either way.
    Enough people have been lost.
    - Indrid

  2. Lucien, I am sending you one final clue. I have to rush through this, because you are in terrible danger. This final clue should help you determine my secret. You must watch out now, though. A storm is indeed brewing, and somebody you care deeply for may be lost if you aren't careful.

    -The Count