*The tape would be most likely found by any nearby officers, it possess no name label or anything of similar sorts on it, should there be any by passers, they would've seen a bird fly across the department and release the tape just by the entrance.*
*Should the tape be found, and played, it should begin with the image of a masked individual standing in a brick grey-walled room with a small bed by his back, on the bed you'd see a man sitting with his head coverd up with a cloth, he barely moves. the masked male begins with an introduction, stating each step he's going to be performing on the helpless man, he calls such episode ''THE G-SPOT.'' where the masked individual works his skills into piercing the poor man's eyeball in hopes to reach his brain so he may ''penetrate it'' as he states in the video recording.*
*The video is quite disturbing to watch, only the masked individual seems to be visible for the most of the duration until a white colored wolf joins him by the end of the tape, tearing the man apart and devouring his flesh, the recording fades to black as the masked individual declares an upcoming episode 2 which he titles it as ''Big Bad Wolf: how to make an omelete.''
((The roleplay was long, i've only captured a few screens above.))
Aggravated damage is serious business. Someone who can inflict aggravated damage intends to hurt another character grievously. This is not a barroom brawl, this is murderous malice. Aggravated damage is bad news. Think about the sources: sunlight, fire, angry Lupines, etc. Don't suffer aggravated damage. You'll regret it,if you survive long enough. The best way to avoid aggravated damage is the best way to avoid all damage: Don't pick a fight.Vampire is not a game about whaling on people until they see things your way, it's a game of horror and intrigue. Physical violence is always a last resort for a vampire – picking a fight foolishly may cost a Kindred her immortality.