Operation: Black Phoenix
You used to uncover secrets, or maybe kill to keep them. You used to serve your country in the shadows, doing things – or stopping things – that couldn't be shown in daylight or on the evening news.
Then you stopped. Maybe you got tired, or maybe you got burned, or maybe you got out while you could.
But you didn't go into the daylight. Not just yet. You stayed in the shadows, in Europe's deniable underground networks of crime and conflict, but you did it on your own terms. You did a few ops, and you asked fewer questions. You worked for money in secret accounts, and for people you didn't know. Who gave you that job in Prague? Who paid for your silence in that Swiss account? You've told yourself it doesn't matter. But you have also found that there are times when sleep does not come easy.