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Dated on: August 3rd day, 2019.
Opening the gates to ℋụḍṣọṇℐṇṣṭịṭụṭẹ, step in students!
Ⅰˢᵗ P H A S E T H E B E G I N N I N G ● T H E S P Y A C A D E M Y
The year is 1952. The Cold War is continuing to tense relations between the United States and
the USSR, and between communist scares and the threat of nuclear war, people are panicking. The Second
Red Scare has people running terrified and the government wondering: what are we doing to
protect ourselves? The proposal came from the country’s most powerful businessmen and politicians: the
creation of an institute to train spies as great as those from the USSR. And so, unofficially, the
government signed off on the creation of this institute as an addition to the recently established CIA. The
Hudson Institute opened its doors in 1954 to a group of the country’s most promising young
adults. With high security, the government intended to keep Hudson a secret from any not directly involved
in its creation and maintenance. For the staff, it meant that this school was their entire life. For
the students, it meant that their life was over. The deal was simple. You get to travel the world. You get paid
beyond your wildest dreams. You get to do something everyone dreams of: become a spy. Only,
you can never speak to your family again. Upon graduation of the program in five years, you’re officially
declared dead and given an entirely new identity. Never again can you see the people you once
cared about, and chances are you can never again care about anyone.
♦▬▬▬▬▬▬▬๑۩ What? Ṣụḍḍẹṇḷỵ becoming a spy? ۩๑▬▬▬▬▬▬▬♦
Ⅱⁿᵈ P H A S E T H E P R E S E N T ● T H E M O D E R N H U D S O N
The year is 2019. For nearly eighty years Hudson has been fighting for the United States
in secret, their recent work going completely unknown. The Institute, however, has
grown. The field is opening up; not only can students go on to be official United States spies,
but the private sector holds more than a few opportunities. But still, after graduation, you
lose the life you once had; you are given a new name and instructed to never speak
your old one again. Every three years, as one class of pupils graduates, a new one begins at
the Hudson Institute, recruited from across the country for their raw talent across many
skill sets. Over their three years at Hudson, the new class will learn to master those
skills and new ones, until they can become whatever they dream of. Would you give it all up
for the chance to be a spy? For the chance to serve your country and the oligarchs that
support it? Some see Hudson as an opportunity to escape the world that is against
them, others regret their decision. One thing is for sure: there is no going back once you’re in.
Your father always told you, ❛What’s the point of doing something
if you’re not going to be the best at it?❜ At least he can’t see you here.
◊ S U M M A R Y: The Hudson Institute is a spy academy for young adults that was
established during the Cold War. Its ownership has changed over time, but still
today it trains those who agree in espionage. Each class studies at Hudson for three
years before graduation, and the rp will follow a class, beginning on the their
first day of instruction. The only catch is that upon graduation, you are given an entirely
new i d e n t i t y and must f o r g e t your old one c o m p l e t e l y.
Official Taken list of Hudson’s Institute of spies:
✓ Dominic Hughes [Code name: Indigo]. ✓ Vera Hawthorne [Code name: Venus].
✓ Warren Dolph [Code name: Adonis]. ✓ Malia Vela [Code name: Ghost].
✓ Jude Hampton [Code name: Gizmo]. ✓ Georgia Brock [Code name: Venom].
The wanted characters are listed down below. Choose your matching alter ego and let’s spy!
Note that the face-claims are negotiable if the one proposed fits as much as the previous.
Yours truly, Apparently.sunphoto.ro