Zack: Kurt abandons his plans to transfuse her blood and returns to the motel room where Eazy-E and Left Eye have been setting up and he acts like nothing is going on. "Everything cool with you guys? Cool? Let's start investigating."
Steve: They are eager to get started.
Zack: Kurt is going to comb the book of Dylan or whatever it was called for any more clues that may pertain to this cult.
Steve: Fire features prominently and there are suggestions that it might be located underground somewhere.
Zack: Like in a ghoul tunnel?
Steve: There is no mention of ghouls in the book.
Zack: Okay, this guy was a businessman, so Left Eye is going to connect her laptop computer to a local BBS and see if she can find out anything about electronics businesses in East Chicago.
Steve: What about Eazy-E?
Zack: He will go to the antique books library of East Chicago and see if they have any ancient texts containing references to a flame cult that operates underground.
Steve: Since Kurt and Left Eye are both doing work from the motel room, let's leave them there and follow Eazy-E.
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Zack Parsons, Steve "Malak" Sumner, and friends tackle bizarre role playing game products that make them wonder, "What the fuck!?" From the early days of Gygax to contemporary role playing games, none will be spared.