Index was once a small and close-knit community, but the town located on the western side of Washington state has grown in recent years beyond anyone's expectations. It is the ideal place for those who work in Seattle but can't afford the city's high real estate prices, and for others the natural beauty attracts them to the town. And Index truly is a beautiful place - surrounded by thick evergreen trees, tall mountains and glistening rivers and lakes. While weather is typically rainy with overcast skies even this does nothing to take away from the beauty of the town, and it is only highlighted further when the heavy snow graces the town and caps the mountains in winter. To many, Index would seem like a paradise. And yet lurking beneath this visual beauty there is more to this town than anyone might ever imagine...

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Malakai Greenmantle III | Warlock; Elementalist

Posted on Fri Mar 17, 2017 12:53 am

Worker bees swarmed the Index-Pickett Historical Museum. I’d dug deep into my bank accounts to garner the attentions of every independent cleaner, moving company, electrician and builder. The place wasn’t decrepit but it had suffered at the hands of a curator that liked things antiquated. The type of man that thought preserving history involved transporting clientele into the dark ages as soon as they walked in the doors. All the lighting appeared to be almost as old as the building itself, so I immediately begun replacing it all. Even as cleaners vanquished colonies of dust bunnies, the floor was continuously littered with ceiling debris and grit from various packing crates. Instead of dividing my workload into two sections, organizing and categorizing what inventory the museum already had and then bringing in parts of my own collections, plus on loan exhibits. I had just shoved everything into one very chaotic basket. Very unlike me.

Squeezing myself between packing crates I signed countless clipboards and touchpads to accept new display cabinets as well as new exhibit items. Simultaneously trying to decide what to keep, what to dispose of and what to send to another Museum or put into storage. The whole time my mind was stuck on the avalanche of occult paraphernalia that had been haphazardly stationed in the upper most section of the building. Two exhibits I knew were always going to remain the same. A homage to the Skykomish Indians who had populated the region well before settlers had and the influences of Gold Rush fever on Index and the surrounding small counties. Throughout the building I had found various animal skulls, some damaged, others pristine and had decided that one cabinet at least was going to contain the skeletal remains of animals found now and in the past within the Snoqualmie National Forest.

That’s as far as I had gotten because any thoughts of the forest made me think about that white tree. The shadow creatures and the pale delicate necromancer who I’d gotten into informal debt with. What was even a worse distraction was stumbling upon a selection of nymph-like statues in one storage room. Random pieces given the content of the rest of the museum and moving them upstairs myself had not only proved to be tiring but also tipped my thoughts to Michelle. They were practically naked and all had expressions that suggested they were Succubus in disguise.

Standing in the vast room that covered the entire upper most floor I knew I was going to need further help. The current staff were aging and hadn’t looked too comfortable when I had revealed my plans for renovations. They were comfortable with the dimly lit location as it was. Happy to drift in and out when it pleased them. What was going to be tricky would be attempting to hire not just someone who could take care of the main Museum of which all objects and information was public domain but a second someone who either knew about the supernatural or was a species not quite human.



The Index-Pickett Historical Museum has gained itself a new Curator who is undertaking a complete re-development of the premises. As part of this renovation, the museum requires two new members of staff. Knowledge of the occult, as that is a passion of the new curator, is essential for one position. No previous experience is required though knowledge of Index’s history would be beneficial. Hours of work and salary are negotiable.

Responsible for the following:

  • Contributing to the development, description and preservation of the Archival collections;

  • Ongoing promotion and support of the research application of the Archives;

  • Ensuring access to archives collections is supported through high-quality, reliable descriptive records;

  • Participating in the ongoing development and maintenance of both physical and digital archive collections.

  • Customer Service in concerns to visitors.

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